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THE 



Canadian 
Newspaper Directory 



FIFTH EDITION 

1907 



A COMPLETE LIST OF THE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 
PUBLISHED IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND NEW- 
FOUNDLAND, WITH FULL PARTICULARS. 



PUBUSHBD BY 

A. McKIM, LIMITED ^. ^^ 

Advertising Agency -A^ ' 



MONTREAL — TORONTO 



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Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year one 

thousand nine hundred and seven, by A. McKim, Limited, 

of Montreal and Toronto, at the department 

of Agriculture, Ottawa. 



PREFACE 



The fifth edition of the Canadian Newspaper Directory 
may fairly claim to be a thoroughly complete and up to date 
hand-book of Canadian Journalism. The newspaper lists 
have been corrected with the utmost care, accuracy in cir- 
culation ratings achieved as nearly as possible, and the de- 
tails concerning each paper carefully revised. Apart from 
its avowed purpose, the book will be found a valuable 
gazetteer of every city, town and village that can boast of a 
local paper. This gazetteer is compiled to show the busi- 
ness possibilities of any particular section of the country, 
and within its scope will be found very complete. It gives 
the population of each town, indicates county seats, gives 
the railroads touching each place, names the villages sur- 
rounding each newspaper town, shows the telephone, tele- 
graph and postal facilities and mentions the principal indus- 
tries and chief shipments. Its usefulness to advertisers and 
others who have dealings with newspapers is obvious. From 
no other source can they obtain the data g^ven in this vol- 
ume, which is the condensed result of many years' study 
and experience in the newspaper field. 

The Canadian Newspaper Directory is useful in a sphere 
wider than the local advertising field. It is an advertise- 
ment in foreign countries for the Dominion of Canada. 
Copies of this edition will find their way into the jhands of 
hundreds of prominent manufacturers in Great Britain and 
the United States, giving them a better idea of the progress 
and importance of Canada than they would otherwise have. 

The condition and influence of the press of a country is 
an accurate indication of its advancement, and the fact that 
Canada possesses so many excellent papers, circulating so 
widely and extending over so great an area, will show out- 
siders how extensive is the field here and how great its pos- 
sibilities. 



6 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

A Special feature of the Directory is a set of five news- 
paper maps, covering the whole Dominion. These maps 
have been corrected up to date, but instead of binding them 
in the book where they are easily torn, they are issued as a 
supplement and enclosed in a special envelope. They give 
in a very prominent way the names and correct location of 
every city, town and village in which one or more news- 
papers are published. This is a manifest advantage, as it 
enables the reader to pick out the principal town in any sec- 
tion of the country at a glance. 

The publishers of the Directory gratefully acknowledge 
the generous support given by the most prominent dailies, 
weeklies and monthlies throughout the country to this and 
former editions of the Directory, and thank them for the 
promptness with which all the information asked for has 
been supplied. It is gratifying to note the increasing num- 
ber of publishers who keep careful records of their circula- 
tion and furnish detailed and sworn statements whenever 
required, as evinced by the black face and starred ratings in 
this edition. There is still, however, a very large number 
who neglect to keep records in their own offices and decline 
to give any information whatever, which, of course, renders 
it absolutely impossible for any directory to give correct 
figures regarding their circulations. In such cases the 
ratings are of necessity only approximate, as they are based 
upon what information can be gleaned from other sources. 

Every care has been taken to avoid doing any publisher 
an injustice, and no pains will be spared to rectify as far as 
possible any error that may have occurred. 



OONXENTS. 



Paob 

Abbrevia tions, explanation of 8 

Advertisements, index to 9 

Agricultural Papers 268 

ALBERTA 

Gazetteer 219 

Detailed list 220 

Condensed list 275 

County list. . ; 299 

Alphabetical list 29 

Architectural 302 

Athletics 302 

Baptist 307 

Bill Posting 282 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Gazetteer 230 

Detailed list ^ . 231 

Condensed list 276 

County list 300 

Brotherhood 302 

Canadian Imports 15 

Catholic 307 

Church of England 307 

Classified list 287 

Clients of A. McKim, I^td., partial list.. 26 

Collegiate 302 

Comic 303 

Commercial 303 

Condensed list 251 

Congregational 308 

County list 289 

Customs tariff 17 

Daily papers, list of 279 

Danish 306 

Dental 303 

Domestic 303 

Druggist 304 

Dry Goods 305 

Educational 303 

Electrical 305 

English Church 307 

Farming 302 

Fashion 303 

Finance, Insurance & Real Estate 303 

French 306 

Galician 306 

German 306 

Government papers 303 

Grocery trade 305 

Hardware 305 

Humorous 303 



Paos 

Hungarian 306 

Hygiene 304 

Icelandic 306 

Illustrated 303 

Index to class papers 8 

Italian 306 

Jewelry 305 

Jewish 306 

Juvenile 303 

Key to circulations Inside front cover 

I/abor .' 503 

I^anguages 306 

I<eather 305 

I*egal 304 

I^iterary. 304 

I^ive Stock 302 

I,umber 305 

lyUtheran 308 

Manufacturing 304 

MANITOBA 

Gazetteer 183 

Detailed list ........ 184 

Condensed list 271 

County list 297 

Medical 304 

Miscellaneous class papers 304 

Methodist 307 

Mining 304 

Municipal 304 

Musical 304 

Natural History 304 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

Gazetteer 155 

Detailed list.... 156 

Condensed list 268 

County list 295 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

Gazetteer 244 

Detailed list 245 

Condensed list ? 278 

County list 301 

Official papers 303 

One hundred and fifty Advertisers 96 

NOVA SCOTIA 

Gazetteer 164 

Detailed list 165 

Condensed list 269 

County list 296 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



ONTARIO 

Page 

Gazetteer 29 

Detailed list 30 

Condensed list 252 

County list 289 

Pharmaceutical 304 

Polish 306 

Poultry, Dogs & Pet Stock 304 

Preface 5 

Presbyterian 307 

Prohibition 304 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

Gazetteer ; 180 

Detailed list 181 

Condensed list 270 

County list 297 

QUEBEC 

Gazetteer 129 

Detailed list 130 

Condensed list 264 

County list 294 

Religious 3°? 

Roman Catholic 307 



SASKATCHEWAN 

Page 

Gazetteer 203 

Detailed list 204 

Condensed list 273 

CountylistI .. 298 

School 305 

Scientific 304 

Societies 305 

Society News 305 

Sporting 305 

Swedish 306 

Systematic Advertising 19 

Tariff 17 

Temperance 305 

Textile trades 305 

Trade papers 305 

Travel and Transportation 305 

YUKON TERRITORY 

Gazetteer , 243 

Detailed list 243 

Condensed list 278 

County list , 301 



INDEX TO THE CLASS PAPERS. 



Page 

Agricultural 302 

Baptist 307 

Brotherhoods '...., 302 

Church of England 307 

College 302 

Commercial 303 

Danish 306 

Dental 303 

Domestic 303 

Druggist 304 

Educational i 303 

Fashion 303 

Financial 303 

French 306 

Freethought. 303 

Galician 306 

German 306 

Government 303 

Humorous 303 

Hungarian 306 

Icelandic 306 

Illustrated 303 

Insurance •. 303 

Italian .». 306 

Jewish 306 

Juvenile 303 

I«abor 303 



Page 

I^anguages 306 

lyegal 304 

I<iterary 304 

Manufacturing 304 

Medical 304 

Mercantile 304 

Methodist. 307 

Mining 304 

Miscellaneous 304 

" Religious 308 

Non-Sectarian 308 

Natural History 304 

Polish 306 

Poultry, Dogs & Pet Stock 304 

Presbyterian 307 

Prohibition 304 

Religious 30? 

Roman Catholic 3°? 

Scientific 304 

School 305 

Societies 305 

Society News 305 

Sports 305 

Swedish 306 

Temperance 305 

Trade 305 

Travel & Transportation 305 



EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. 

Ex.— Express. M. O.— Money Order. Tel.— Telegraph. 

T. — Telephone. * — County town. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ONTARIO. 

Page 

Almonte Gazette ... 41 

Arnprior Chronicle 40 

Athens Reporter 78 

Ay Imer Express 45 

Beaverton Express , 32 

Belleville Intellig-encer 54 

* ' Ontario 32 

Belmont Times 42 

Berlin Berliner Journal 40 

Brantford Expositor 60 

Bridg-eburg- Review 94 

Brig-hton Ensig^n 38 

Brockville Recorder 13 

Caledonia Haldimand Banner 70 

Carleton Place Herald 50 

Cayug-a Haldimand Advocate. . . , 43 

Chatham Le Canadien 62 

'* News 90 

Planet 88 

*' Poultry and Dog"s 43 

Clifford Express 46 

Clinton New Era 77 

* ' News-Record 72 

Cobalt Nug-g-et 84 

Colborne Express 94 

Cornwall Freeholder 102 

* ' Standard 44 

Deseronto Tribune 54 

Dundas Star 32 

Durham , Chronicle 45 

Eg-anville Leader 46 

Elmira Advertiser 46 

" Sigfnet 50 

Erin Advocate 60 

Essex Free Press 52 

Ferg-us News-Record 96 

Fort Frances Times 78 

Fort William Times Journal 57 

Gait Reformer 81 

Gananoque Reporter 66 

Georgetown Herald 60 

Goderich Sig-nal 77 

Gravenhurst Herald 52 

Grimsby Weekly Fruit Grower 80 

Guelph Mercury 82 

Haileybury Haileyburian , 82 

Hamilton Hamilton Newspaper Union List 74 

" Herald 8,9 

" Review 94 

* ' Spectator 20, 21, 22 

'* Times 39 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



lo THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Page 

Ing-ersoU Chronicle 80 

♦* Oxford Tribune 72 

Kenora Miner and News 94 

Kincardine Reporter 85 

King^ston British Whig 76 

Leamington Post 97 

Lindsay Post 37 

'• Watchman-Warder 35 

London Advertiser 17 

♦ ' Catholic Record 84 

" Echo 68 

" Farmer's Advocate 73 

Markham Economist 68 

Marmora Herald 84 

Merrickville Star 86 

Milverton Sun 38 

Mount Forest Representative 64 

Napanee Beaver 62 

New Liskeard Herald 87 

Newmarket Era 46 

Niagara Falls Review 37 

North Bay Tribune 84 

Norwood Register 87 

Orangeville Banner 98 

Orillia News-Letter 48 

Ottawa Danebrog 58 

" ,. Dipper 72 

'* Le Temps 98 

Owen Sound Can. Poultry News 96 

'« '' Sun 42 

'* '* Times 98 

Paris Review 64 

Parkhill Gazette-Review 76 

Pembroke Deutsche Post 52 

«* Standard 90 

Peterborough Examiner 74 

" Review 98 

Petrolia Advertiser 56 

Picton Gazette 93 

Port Arthur Evening Chronicle 68 

Port Colborne Times 66 

Port Dover Maple Leaf 62 

Port Hope Times 88 

Renfrew Mercury 'Jo 

St. Catharines Standard 73 

St. Thomas Journal 85 

" Municipal World 61 

•' Times 106 

Sarnia Canadian 83 

" Observer 41 

" Post no 

Seaforth Huron Expositor 64 

Simcoe Simcoe Reformer 106 

Stratford Beacon 65 

" Canadischer Kolonist 4° 

Tara Leader 24 

Tillsonburg Liberal 7^ 

" Observer 82 

Toronto Canada First 67 

*• Canadian Baptist 90 

.. A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 

Toronto . .♦ Canadian Churchman 36 

" Canadian Dairyman 93 

" Canadian Drug-g-ist 70 

*' Canadian Harness and Carr. Journal 70 

* ' Canadian Horticulturist 93 

" Canadian Magazine 89 

' * Canadian Nurse 98 

" Catholic Register 34 

*' Christian Guardian 53 

** Farming: World 49 

•••. Globe 4,5 

*' Home Journal 116 

" Mail & Empire 6, 7 

*' News 18,19 

** Pioneer 103 

** , Presbyterian 97 

" Sentinel 34 



Star 23 

" Sun 86 

' * Teleg-ram 29 

World 31 

Trenton Courier 48 

Tweed News 95 

Uxbridge Times 104 

Walkerton Bruce Herald 58 

" Ontario Glocke 40 

W^alkerville Herald 82 

Wallaceburg Herald-Record 85 

" News 74 

Waterloo Can. Bauemfreund 86 

'* Chronicle-Telegraph 99 

" Citizen.. 86 

" Deutsche Zeitung- 86 

Welland Telegraph 100 

West Lome Elgin Sun ' 100 

Wheatley Journal 34 

W^iarton Echo 92 

Winchester Press 36 

Windsor Record 87 

Woodstock Express . 50 

Rod & Gun 99 

" Sentinel Review 25 



QUEBEC. 

Aylmer Review 48 

Cookshire Chronicle 104 

Levis Le Quotidien 76 

Montreal Can. Messeng-er of the Sacred Heart 115 

*' Can. Pictorial 24 

" Dry Goods Record 40 

" Gazette 47 

Herald 26 

*' Journal of Agriculture 105 

*' La Patrie Opposite Ins. back cover 

•' La Presse Inside back cover 

** La Revue Canadienne 51 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



12 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Page 

Mont real Le Bulletin ^ 58 

*' Le Canada 108 

*' Le Canard 58 

'* Le Nationaliste loi 

*' Northern Messenger 30 

" Standard iii 

" Star 1-2-3 

*' Witness 107 

Worldwide. 81 

Quebec Chronicle 28 

" La Libre Parole 97 

" L'Evenement 103 

LeSoleil 84 

" Telegraph 91 

Rectory Hill Megantic Gazette 44 

Rimouski Le Progres du Golfe 38 

St. Hyacinthe La Tribune 72 

St. Johns Le Canada Francais 60 

** News (seven editions) 16 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 

Sherbrooke Le Progres de I'Est 80 

" Record 33 

Valleyfield Le Progres ^ 87 

Waterloo Journal de Waterloo 36 



Bedford 

Huntingdon , 
Knowlton . . . . 

Lachute. 

Magog 

Richmond. .. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Campbellton Tribune . . 77 

Chatham Commercial 93 

Fredericton Herald 70 

Moncton Transcript 104 

Perth-Andover Victoria Co. News 103 

Richibucto Review no 

St. Andrews Beacon 97 

St. John Maritime Baptist 83 

'* Telegraph 112,113 

•' Times 112,113 

St. Stephen Courier 98 

Sackville Post 88 

Sussex Kings County Record 61 

" Maritime Farmer , 62 

Woodstock Carleton Sentinel 38 

** Press 42 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



Amherst News 92 

Antigonish Casket 35 

Arichat Richmond Co. Record 90 

Digby Courier ; 56 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 13 

Page 

Halifax Church Work 66 

Lunenburg- Progress-Enterprise 74 

New Glasgow Enterprise 102 

North Sydney Cape Breton Enterprise 72 

Pictou Advocate 105 

Port Hood Greetings ... 68 

Sydney Post 114 

" Record. 106 

Sydney Mines Star 72 

Truro Colchester Sun 30 

*' News 48 

Westville Free Lance 100 

Weymouth Bridgfe Gazette 65 

Windsor Hants Journal 95 

Yarmouth Ligrht 78 

" Times 96 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Charlottetown Examiner 85 

" Guardian 59 

" Watchman 50 

Summerside Island Farmer 100 

" Pioneer 100 

Tig-nish L'Impartial 32 



MANITOBA. 

Baldur Gazette 80 

Brandon Times 104 

Neepawa Press 44 

Oak Lake News 34 

Plumas Standard 34 

Rapid City Reporter 37 

Russell Banner 89 ' 

Swan Lake Echo 95 

Treherne Times 43 

Winnipeg- Can. Hotels Journal 92 

'* Can. Thresherman 71 

* ' Farmer's Advocate 83 

" Free Press i4> 15 

** Market Record 45 

" Nordwesten 64 

" N.W. Farmer 27 

'* Teleg-ram 109 

" Wag-horn's Guide 72 

" Western Home Monthly 63 

'* Western Mun. News 56 

' * Western Sportsman 66 



SASKATCHEWAN. 



Borden Advocate 38 

Carlyle Herald 76 

Caron Enterprise 77 

Duck Lake Chronicle 100 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



14 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Page 

Fielding Gazette 38 

Fleming . . Review 77 

Grenfell Sun 105 

Indian Head Vidette 82 

Lashburn Record 77 

Manor Advocate 32 

Maymont Star 38 

Moosomin World 96 

Mortlach . . . t News 77 

Pense Advance 77 

Prince Albert Advocate 102 

" " Times 52 

Quill Lake Quill 37 

Radisson News 38 

Regina Rundschau '. 54 

" Standard no 

Saskatoon Phoenix 12 

Sedley Tribuue 77 

Stoughton . Times 40 

Tisdale Monitor 100 

Ty van Signal 77 



ALBERTA. 

Calgary Albertan 75 

" Herald 28 

Camrose Mail 86 

Edmonton Alberta Herold 41 

" Saturday News 55 

Gleichen Call 105 

Innisfail Province 38 

Lethbridge Herald 36 

Medicine Hat News 46 

Ponoka Herald 103 

Stettler • Independent 79 

Strathcona Chronicle 99 

Vegreville Observer 46 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Chilliwack Eraser Advance 94 

Cranbrook Prospector 114 

Enderby Progress 32 

Fernie Free Press 87 

Greenwood Ledge 102 

Hedley Gazette 43 

Kelowna Courier 106 

Nelson News 42 

Rossland Miner 78 

Vancouver Province 10, 11 

" Saturday Sunset no 

Week 35 

Vernon News 40 



* MISCELLANEOUS. 

Montreal Advertising Plate Co 114 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



Canadian Imports 

OF ARTICLES CONNECTED WITH THE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING TRADES, 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1906, COMPILED FROM 

OFFICIAL SOURCES. 

DUTIABLE GOODS. 

Books, periodicals and pamphlets N. E. S.* $1,046,511 

Books, novels and light literature, unbound or in sheets 99,323 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of exchange, cheques, drafts and 

similar blank forms and other printed matter, N.E.S. 125,035 

Posters, advertising bills and folders 23,809 

Labels for cigar boxes, fruit, vegetable, ,jind fish cans and 
cases, etc.; price tickets, tags or labels, lithographed 

or printed 170,926 

Maps and charts, N. E. S 20,902 

Newspapers or supplemental editions, partly printed and 

intended to be completed and published in Canada.. .. 2,874 
Advertising pamphlets, show cards, price books, catalogues, 
calendars, almanacs, patent medicine circulars and fly- 
sheets 161,016 

Printed music, bound or in sheets 110,266 

Photographs, oleographs, artotypes, paintings, drawings, 
engravings, prints and proofs of works of art; blue 

prints and building plans 606,475 

^ Ink, writing 54»959 

Ink, printing 100,291 

Lithographic presses and accessories 64,810 

Lithographic stones, not engraved 6,772 

Stereotypes, electros and celluloids for almanacs, calendars, 
advts. and other commercial work N.E.S. and matrices 

or copper shells for same I5,7i7 

Stereotypes, electros and celluloid, for newspaper columns 

and bases for the same 4>^75 

Stereotypes, matrices or copper shells for same 50 

Type for printing, including chases, quoins and slugs of all 

kinds 115,082 

Type metal 8,675 

Albumenized and other paper for photographers 124,794 

Paper bags or sacks, printed or not 33,622 

Cards, playing, '587,748 packs 67,179 

Cardboard, pasteboard, in sheets or cut to size, N.E.S • 79,526 

Felt or strawboard paper, tarred and not tarred 238,923 

Wallpaper or paper hangings, including borders 217,207 

Leatherboard, leatheroid and mfrs. of 36,028 

Millboard, not straw board 4478o 

Collar cloth paper, in rolls or sheets, no.t finished 1,108 

Collar cloth paper, in rolls or sheets, finished 400 

Envelopes 64,786 

Pads not printed, papier mache ware and mfrs. of paper, 

N.E.S 743.934 



•The abbreviation N.E.S. means "Not elsewhere specified." 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



i6 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Printing paper of not greater value than 2^c per lb $ 5,594 

Printing paper, N.E.S , 515,796 

Ruled paper, border, coated and box papers 212,695 

Straw board, in sheets or rolls 8,631 

Paper window blinds 376 

Wrapping paper, 1,812,485 lbs 61,644 

Paper, all kinds, N.E.S 691,961 

Pens, pen holders and rulers, all kinds 180,203 

Plates, engraved on wood, steel or other metal and transfers 
of same, including engravers' plates of polished steel, 

either engraved or for engraving purposes 14,887 

Printing presses, folding machines, bookbinders' machines, 
ruling, embossing and paper cutting machines and 

parts of aboAje p.f^t'cles, N.E.S 387,429 

Wood pulp ^i.. ,. 51,579 

FREE GOODS. 

Bibles, prayer books, psalm and hymn books and religious 

tracts 238,655 

Books, printed by governments, for the promotion of 
science, and reports of religious and scientific associa- 
tions 2,89s 

Books for the blind, deaf and dumb . . . : 340 

Text books for universities and books imported for public 
libraries and scientific societies, and also books that 

have been printed more than 12 years 282,947 

Technical books and books printed in languages other than 

English or French 112,428 

Bookbinders' cloth 44,443 

Tailors,' milliners' and mantle makers' fashion plates 4j^53 

Stereotypes, electros and celluloids of books or papers in 

languages other than English or French 15,824 

Newspapers and magazines unbound 314,363 



EXPORTS. 

Am't of Exports 

Total Exports produced 

in Canada 

Books, pamphlets, maps, etc $325,254 $253,024 

Electrotypes, etc 5,061 3,050 

Wall paper 38,267 35,535 

Wood pulp 2,649,106 2,649,106 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency,^ Montreal and Toronto 



Canadian Customs Tariff 

ON IMPORTS CONNECTED WITH THE PRINTING AND 
PUBLISHING TRADES. 

NOTE. — Where there are three rates of Duty givef st t's the British Prefer- 

ential Tariff, the second is the Intermediate Tariff and the th.t. is the General Tariff. 

Books, periodicals and pamphlets, N.E.S 5; lo; lo per cent. 

Novels and similar literature, unbound or paper bound or 
sheets, including freight rates for railways or tele- 
graph rates, bound in book or pamphlet form, not 
including Christmas annuals or publications com- 
monly known as juvenile and toy books.. 15; 22^^; 25 per cent. 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of exchange, cheques, promissory 
notes, drafts unsigned, and other commercial blank 
forms printed or lithographed, and other printed 
matter, N.E.S 22H ; 32^ ; 35 per cent. 

Labels for cigar boxes, fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, 
confectionery or other goods or wares, shipping, 
price or other tags, tickets or labels, and railroad 
or other tickets, whether lithographed or printed 
or partly printed, N.E.S 22j^ ; 32^^; 35 per cent. 

Maps and charts, N.E.S 15 ; 22j^ ; 25 per cent. 

Newspapers or^ supplemental editions, or parts thereof, 
partly printed and intended to be completed and 
published in Canada 15; 22y2', 25 per cent. 

Advertising pamphlets, pictorial show cards, illustrated 
advertising periodicals, price books, catalogues, and 
price lists, advertising calendars and almanacs, 
patent medicine or other advertising circulars, fly 
sheets or pamphlets, advertising chromos, chromo- 
types, oleographs or like work produced by any 
process other than hand painting or drawing, and 
having any advertisement printed, lithographed or 
stamped thereon, or attached thereto, including 
advertising bills, folders and posters, or other 
similar artistic work, lithographed, printed or 
stamped on paper or cardboard for business or 
advertising purposes, N.E.S per pound loc; 15c.; 15c. 

Printed music, bound or in sheets S; 7^; 10 per cent. 

Photographs, chromos, chromotypes, artotypes, oleo- 
graphs, paintings, drawings, pictures, decalcomania 
transfers of all kinds, engravings or prints, or 
proofs therefrom, and similar works of art, N.E.S., 
also blue prints and building plans 15; 225^; 25 per cent. 

Ink, writing 15 ; 225^ ; 25 per cent. 

Ink, printing 1254 ; 17^ ; 20 per cent. 

Typewriting machines 12^ ; 17 J/^ ; 20 per cent. 

Lithographic presses and accessories 5; 10; 10 per cent. 

Lithographic stones, not engraved 12H; 17H; 20 per cent. 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 
2 



i8 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Stereos, electros, and celluloids for almanacs, calendars, 
pamphlets, newspapers or other advertisements, 
N.E.S., and matrices or copper shells for same, per 
sq. in ic; i^c; i^c. 

Stereos, electros and celluloids for newspaper columns, 

and bases for same, per sq. in ^c; ^c; ^c. 

Type for printing, including chases, quoins and slugs of 

all kinds 12^ ; 1714; 20 per cent. 

Type metal 10; 15; 15 per cent. 

Paper, albumenized for photographers '....15; 25; 30 per cent. 

Paper, bags or sacks, printed or not 15; 25; 27^/2 per cent. 

Paper, cards for playing, per pack 5c.; 7c.; 8c. 

Paper, strawboard, millboard and cardboard; tarred 
paper, feltboard, sand paper, glass or flint paper and 
emery paper or emery cloth 15; 22]^; 25 per cent. 

Paper, hanging, or wallpaper borders or bordering, and 

window blinds of paper of all kinds. ...221^; 32]^/^; 35 per cent. 

Paper, collar cloth in rolls or sheets, unfinished 10; 12^; 15 p.c. 

Paper, collar cloth in rolls, or sheets, glazed or 

finished 12^ ; 17^ ; 20 per cent. 

Paper, envelopes, papeteries and all manufactures of 

N.E.S 2214; 32^; 35 per cent. 

Paper, news printing, in sheets and rolls, including all 
printing paper valued at not more than 2% cents 
per lb 10; I2j^ ; 15 per cent. 

Paper, ruled, border, coated and box papers, pads not 

printed, papier mache ware, N.E.S 225^; 32^; 35 per cent. 

Paper, all kinds, N.E.S 15 ; 22^ ; 25 per cent. 

Plates engraved, on wood, steel or other metal, and 
transfers from same including engravers' plates of 
polished steel or other metal engraved or, for en- 
graving purposes 15 ; 17% ; 20 per cent. 

Printing presses, folding machines, bookbinders' machines, 

ruling, embossing and paper cutting machines. .. .5; 10; 10 p.c. 

Parts of above machines 5; 10; 10 per cent. 

Pulp of wood or straw 15 ; 22>^ ; 25" per cent. 

Note. — For articles on the free list see "Free Goods," under head 
of " Canadian Imports and Exports." 

The importation of the following articles is prohibited under a 
penalty of $200.00, together with the forfeiture of the parcel or pack- 
in which the same may be imported: books, printed paper, drawings, 
paintings, prints, photographs or representations of any kind of a 
treasonable or seditious character, or of an immoral or indecent char- 
acter; reprints of Canadian copyright works and reprints of British 
copyright works which have been also copyrighted in Canada. 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



SYSTEMATIC ADVERTISING 

Intelligently Planned and Placed 
Forms a Highway to Success. 



Many of the leading firms in ahnost every hne of husi- 
ness owe their success largely to newspaper advertising. 
Many have started in a very small way — the advertising 
brought active demand for their goods — with this active 
demand capital came easily, larger premises were secured, 
modern equipment introduced, expanded systems of produc- 
tion and sale inaugurated, economy of administration en- 
forced, and with larger profits more extensive advertising, 
until almost the limit of consumption has been reached. 

Being associated with many of these successes in the 
capacity of advertising agents, A. McKim, Limited, are 
naturally interested in analyzing the relation of advertising 
and the advertising agency to modern business. 

Looking broadly over the field of advertising, it is 
apparent that there is scarcely any limit to its profitable 
application. 

Every manufacturer producing an article that the public 
needs requires to advertise in some form. , 

No business is so solidly established, or enjoys so large a 
trade, as to be superior to the advantages of advertising. 

In this age of keen competition and close margins, busi- 
ness success depends to a great extent upon an efficient 
system of selling the goods, and advertising is simply sales- 
manship in print. 

A good article is of no more value than a poor one as a 
money maker until the public knows about it. Just here is 
where the work of the Advertising Agency begins. It places 
before its client the means of communication with every 
man, woman and child in the whole country who is able to 
read. It can lay out for him the most economical way of 
talking to the people of any particular district, class, trade 
or profession throughout the land, thereby enabling the 



20 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

producer of any saleable article to reach the purchasing 
public with economy of expenditure and in a way to secure 
the best possible results. 

Newspaper Values — An Unknown Quantity to the 
Inexperienced. 

There are very few commodities in which the basis of 
value is so continually shifting as in that of Newspaper 
Advertising. 

In Canada there are over one thousand Daily and 
Weekly papers, outside of the Magazines and other monthly 
publications. Each publication, from the big city Daily 
down to the little village Weekly, has its own individual 
basis of value, and that, too, is subject to constant change. 
Even if the circulation of a paper remain the same from 
year to year, there are many other conditions that influence 
the price which the publisher will ask for his space. It is 
therefore evident at a glance that the producer who starts 
out unaided in an extensive campaign of newspaper adver- 
tising, would go floundering around in the dark, wasting 
valuable time and a great deal of money in gaining the 
knowledge which he could have had for the asking from the 
experienced agency, without it costing him a single dollar. 

What the Agency Must Know. 

To have absolutely correct information as to the circula- 
tion of every newspaper would make a long draft upon all 
the knowledge of gods and men. Only the agency with the 
work of many years behind it, and the knowledge gained by 
the regular publication of such a work as The Canadian 
Newspaper Directory, can be expected to give to an adver- 
tiser anything like correct figures regarding circulations. 
But circulation is only one of the many things that go to 
make up the value of a newspaper as an advertising 
medium. The quality of the circulation is almost as import- 
ant as the quantity. A paper circulating entirely among the 
working classes is of little value to the advertiser of an 
article which only the rich can aflFord to buy and vice versa. 

A paper may be well or badly printed — contain a great 
deal of original matter and small proportion of advertising, 
or the reverse — it may be made up largely of " boiler-plate " 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. ai 

of little interest to anybody, or nearly all of local news that 
is of live interest to everybody — it may comprise four out- 
'Side pages of live matter and four inside pages where the 
black cure-all advts. are dumped — it may, in its editorial 
columns, advocate principles which are diametrically 
opposed to the interests of certain advertisers — and there 
are many other circumstances and conditions that must be 
taken into consideration in estimating the real value of a 
medium to any particular advertiser. 

The Agency, besides knowing the papers, must know 
something of the localities in which they are published, the 
class of people they reach, and something of their habits 
and modes of living, and the class of goods that meet their 
requirements. As an illustration — some districts are large 
consumers of tea — others drink coffee almost entirely. 
Throughout the Province of Quebec large quantities of 
tonic wines are used, while in parts of Ontario and the 
Maritime Provinces to advertise anything of a spirituous 
nature would be absolute waste of money. The up-to-date 
agency must be informed upon all these points, and be able 
to use the information intelligently in placing the business 
of its customers. 

Prices. 

In the Advertising Agency business, as in all other lines 
•of trade, the concern that has ample capital and controls the 
largest volume of business is in the best position to com- 
mand the lowest prices. It goes without saying, therefore, 
that an Agency, such as A. McKim, Limited, carrying well 
on to half a million of business yearly with the newspapers 
of Canada, can get for its clients everything in the way of 
price, position and other preferments that it is possible to 
secure. The publishers of the country recognize this 
Agency, with its splendid system and its admirable methods 
of paying accounts promptly, as business builders, and are 
anxious therefore to assist them in every reasonable way in 
their work of promoting and creating advertising. 

There Are Agencies and Agencies. 

As in other lines of business, and other professions, only 
^yy long experience, large practice, extensive operations, can 
one gain the information, create the system, build up the 



22 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

organization necessary to render the most efficient service. 
The so-called agent, with office in his hat, without informa- 
tion, experience or capital, who exists for the purpose of 
trying to get the legitimate agent's commission, has come 
to be considered a destroyer rather than a promoter of the 
best interests of advertiser and publisher, and is not now 
recognized by papers of any importance. 

Planning Advertising is the First Step. 

Each of the large general advertisers throughout the 
country who are clients of A. McKim, Limited, has added 
valuable experience to this Agency's store of knowledge. 
Experience in advertising eliminates experimentation. Ex- 
periments are often expensive, but they are reduced to the 
minimum by an Agency that has scored many successes 
and secured the knowledge that enables it to steer clear of 
the breakers which are likely to bring disastrous results. 

This experience is particularly valuable in the first step 
of profitable advertising — the planning. 

To plan well, the agent must know the field to be cul- 
tivated for the particular article .to be advertised, the 
amount of money necessary to be expended. He must con- 
sider the people that are to be influenced, whether men or 
women, or both, whether rich or poor, or everybody, whe- 
ther city or country, whether English or French, or both — 
and this is important in Canada — very important. The 
points that must be brought out to influence trade. The 
points that will stimulate the dealer as well as the con- 
sumer. What papers to use — whether Dailies or Weeklies, 
or both. What size of advts. will bring the best results for 
the money. What style of type will get the best display in 
the space. What wording. What illustrations, if any. 
What booklets, circulars, and follow-up letters should be 
used so that all may work in harmony and within the appro- 
priation, and all be done at the right time. 

It is safe to say that many a large advertiser would 
never have used the newspapers at all but for the agent, 
who planned his campaign so as to enable him to grow from 
small beginnings to large results. 



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Preparing Advertising. 

Next to planning comes the preparing. 

For this the Agency has to maintain a staff of advt. 
writers and illustrators, who must take up the points which 
have been decided upon in the planning and put them into 
advts. which are the right size, style, shape, tone and type. 
The Agency and its staff of artists, writers and experts, 
working in conjunction with the advertiser with his prac- 
tical knowledge of the goods, turn out a series of advertise- 
ments that will tell the story in such a way as to attract and 
influence the public — creating for each different advertiser 
a style of advertising that will fittingly represent the goods 
advertised. 

After copy and illustrations comes the problem of get- 
ting the best effect with type and cuts in the different 
classes of publications which must be used. What would 
come out well in a magazine might appear only as a black 
smudge in the ordinary daily paper. Usually an entirely 
different character of advt. is required for publications that 
use highly calendered paper. Again, a style of advt. which 
would be suitable for a medicine would be quite inappro- 
priate for a brand of flour. 

The advts. of each advertiser should have a distinctive 
appearance — an originality of typesetting and illustrating 
that will make his advertisements stand out from other 
advertisements and be seen and read wherever they are 
published. 

Thus the Agency works with the engraver and the com- 
positor to get the right result, and even goes so far as to 
have special fonts of type purchased to give his client some- 
thing new. 

Then there is the question of plates.. , 

Most general advertising goes out in plate form, as in no 
other way can an advertiser have his advertisement appear 
exactly as wanted in each paper. The type is sent from the 
printer to an electrotyper and a copper plate electro made of 
each advertisement. This electrotype is kept as an original 
from which duplicates can be made at any time. From the 



24 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

original electrotype a sufficient number of duplicate stereo 
plates is made to furnish each paper on the list with a com- 
plete set of the advertisements to be used. 

The plates put out by A. McKim, Limited, are the finest 
that modern machinery and equipment can produce, and 
their requirement is so large as to take almost the entire 
output of one stereotype factory. 

Now, as to the placing of advertising. 

The Advertising Agent as a Purchaser of Space. 

The agent having figured as counsel of advertising, 
editor of advertising, and distributor of advertising, is called 
upon to serve also in the capacity of purchasing agent. He 
is for his clients the expert buyer of advertising space. 

He has all the advantages that accrue from long expe- 
rience and from doing this work for a large number of 
clients — practically a purchasing combination by which 
each client secures many advantages. In the case of A. Mc- 
Kim, Limited, this advantage is particularly notable, as the 
amount of advertising purchased in Canadian newspapers 
by this agency is about equal to that of all other Canadian 
agencies combined. 

All dealings with A. McKim, Limited, are free and above 
board. The exact amount paid to each paper is known to 
the client. The advertiser has access to every item regard- 
ing his expenditures, the same as he would have if the 
accounts were kept under his own roof. In effect this ad- 
vertising agency might be a department of the advertiser's 
•own business as far as transactions for his account are con- 
cerned. Likewise every publisher may know the exact 
amount paid to this agency by any advertiser for his parti- 
cular paper. By this method a mutual confidence is at once 
established between the advertiser, the agency and the 
publisher. 

Every issue of every paper in which a client's advertis- 
ing appears is carefully checked to see that he gets what is 
contracted for — the right position, the right insertion and 
the right space — and these papers are kept on file as vouch- 
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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 25 

The accounting is done as it is in a bank — ^with a system 
that brings the most perfect and accurate results — a large 
staff being maintained so that the work can be subdivided 
into departments with responsible heads to supervise the 
details ; in fact, the manager of one of the largest agencies 
of the United States, after visiting the McKim Agency, said 
that this agency has the most complete system of any 
agency on the continent, a fact mentioned to show that 
Canada in this particular is quite abreast with any other 
nation. 

The McKim Agency may be considered conservative, in 
that it invariably recommends spending the smallest 
amount of money that will do the work effectually. The 
plans are carefully thought out, large advertisements being 
used when they will be most effective, but never for the 
sake of size. Advts. are illustrated or not, accordingly as 
they will bring the best results for the money. What is 
aimed at all through is not so much " smart " advertising, 
but the honest, frank, confidence-inspiring advts. that make 
the reader feel like giving the article a trial. 

Toronto Branch of A. McKim, Limited. 

For many years a great many of the leading advertisers 
of Toronto and the West have been regular clients of this 
agency, but the rapid development of the advertising idea 
throughout Ontario a fewyears ago necessitated the estab- 
lishment of offices in Toronto, with a local manager and full 
staff, in order that every requirement of Western advertis- 
ers might be promptly attended to. The wisdom of the 
enterprise has been amply proven by the increased volume 
of business from that territory year after year. Many 
Ontario manufacturers who had never advertised before, 
liave taken advantage of the greater facilities offered by A. 
McKim, Limited, and are increasing their appropriations 
year by year. Now, with fully equipped offices in Canada's 
two chief cities, and with correspondents in New York, Bos- 
ton and London, England, this agency is one of the strong- 
est influences of the present day in the field of profitable 
publicity. « 



One Hundred and Fifty Advertisers 



We can offer no better evidence of our facilities for the effective 
handling of advertising in Canadian Newspapers than this list of One 
Hundred and Fifty of our clients. 



ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SAI,T CO. 

AMAI^GAMATED DISTII,I,ERS' CO. 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

AMES HOI^DEN lylMITED Boots and vShoes 

ANCHOR FENCE CO. 

ARMOUR lylMITED Extract of Beef 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA 

BANK OF MONTREAIv 

BECK-IDEN I^AMP CO. Acetylene I^amps 

BENEDICT, F. 'L,. & CO. Suchard's Cocoa, etc. 

BERIylNER GRAMOPHONE CO. 

BIRKS, HENRY & SONS, I.TD. Jewellers 

BISSEIyly, T. E. Agricultural Implements 

BOIVIN, WII^SON & CO. St Michel Wine, etc. 

BOI.E DRUG CO. Gin Pills 

BURRITT, A. & CO. Woollen Goods 

CAIylFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 

CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 

CANADIAN NORTHERN RY. 

CANADIAN RUBBER CO. 

CANADIAN SAIyT CO. 

CANADIAN STEEI. & WIRE CO. 

CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE CO. 

CAPITAIv NURSHRY CO. 

CARTER MEDICINE CO. Carter's lyittle I,iver Pills 

CHASE & SANBORN "Seal Brand" Coffee 

CHATHAM MOTOR CAR CO. 

CHEMISTS CO. 

CHENEY, C. J. & CO. 

CI.AFI,IN CHEMICAI, CO. 

ClyARE BROS. & CO Peninsular Stoves and Ranges 

COI.MAN, J. & J., I^IMITED Colman's Starch 

COMMON SENSE MFG. CO. 

CORBY DISTlI^IyERY CO. 



Windsor Salt 
Wire Fencing 



Mira Ointment 
Hall's Catarrh Cure 
Bu-Ju Kidney Pills 



Proprietary Articles 



COWAN CO., I<TD. 
CRAVENETTE, CO., THE 
CROMPTON CORSET CO. 
CROWN TAII^ORING CO. 
DAIRY ASSOCIATION CO, 
DAIvIyEY, F. F. & CO. 
DAVIS, S. & SONS 
DEVINS, R. J. 
DODS, P. D. & CO. 
DOMINION COAIy CO. 
DOMINION IRON & STEEly CO 
DOMINION I.INSEED OH, CO. 



Cocoa and Chocolate 
Waterproof Cloth 



' 2 in I " Shoe Polish 

Cigars 

IvUby's for the Hair 

Island City Paint 



Montreal and lyondon, Eng. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Stratford, Ont. 

Chicago and Toronto 

Head Office, Montreal 

Head Office, Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Flora, Ont. 

Montreal 

Winnipeg 

Mitchell, Ont. 

lyouisville, Ky. 

Montreal 

Head Office, Toronto 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Windsor, Ont. 

Hamilton, Ont. 

Hamilton, Ont. 

Ottawa 

New York 

Montreal & Boston 

Chatham, Ont. 

Hamilton, Ont. 

Toledo, Ohio 

Windsor, Ont. 

Preston, Ont. 

I^ondon, Eng. 

Toronto 

Belleville, Ont. 

Toronto 

Bradford, Eng. 

Toronto 

Toronto 

I^yndonville, Vt. 

Hamilton, Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Sydney, N.S. 

Montreal 

Montreal 



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DOMINION THREAD MII,I,S 
DOUGIyAS. J. M. & CO. 
DOWSWEIyly MFG. CO. 
DUNN, W. H, 
EATON. T. & CO., I.TD. 
EI^MIRA FElyT CO 
BPPS, JAMES & CO. 
!EVANS & SONS 
FIT-REFORM CIvOTHING 
FORTIER, J. M. 
FRONTENAC CEREAI. CO 
FRUITATIVES IvIMlTED 
■GANONG BROS. 
GlI^IvESPlES & CO. 
•GOI.D MEDAIy FURNITURE CO. 
GOOI,D, SHAPI^EY & MUIR 
GRANBY RUBBER CO. 
GREENSHIEI.DS I^IMITED 
HANSON BROS. 
HAVERGAI, COI^IvEGE 
HIGEI. CO., OTTO 
HIRSCH, J., SONS & CO. 
HOPE, JOHN & CO 
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO. 
INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY 
INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO. 
JOHNSON, RICHARDSON CO. " Dy-o-la" 

JULES & CHARLES Hair Goods 

KENDALL. DR B. J. CO Kendall's Spavin Cure 

KENT, AMBROSE & SONS Jewellers 

KNIT-TO-FIT MFG. CO, Underwear 

LABATT, JOHN Ales and Stout 

LAING PACKING & PROVISION CO. 



Dewar's Whisky 
Washing Machines 
Cailler's Chocolate 
Departmental Store 
Felt Shoes 
Epps' Cocca 
Montserrat Lime Juice, etc. 



Chamberlain " Cigars 

"Orange Meat " 
Fruit Liver Tablets " 
G. B." Chocolates 
Whiskey Blanc 

Hercules Spring Beds 
Windmills 



Black Dress Goods 
Financial Agents 



Piano Actions 

The Irving Cigar 

Liquors 



Champagne 
Gombault's Caustic Balsam 
Worcestershire Sauce 
Nestles' Food 
Trusses 
Friars Balsam 
Blair's Pills, etc. 



LAW, YOUNG & CO. 

LAWRENCE. WILLIAMS CO, 

LEA & PERRINS 

LEEMING, MILES & CO. 

LINDMAN. BERNARD 

LONDON DRUG CO. 

LYMAN, SONS & CO. 

McGILL UNIVERSITY 

McKENNA. R. H. Keystone Dehorner 

MCLAREN, W. D. Cook's Friend Baking Powder 

McMASTER UNIVERSITY 

MALE ATTIRE CO Clothing 

MAYPOLE SOAP CO 

MEAGHER BROS. & CO. Three Swallows Whiskey 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA 



Montreal 

Montreal 

Hamilton. Ont. 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Elmira, Ont. 

London, Eng. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Kingston, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont. 

St. Stephen, N.B. 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Brantford. Ont. 

Granby, Quebec 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Montreal 

New York, N.Y. 

Moncton, N.B. 

Toronto & Minneapolis 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Enosburg Falls, Vt. 

Toronto 

Montreal 

London. Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Cleyeland, Ohio 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

London, Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Picton, Ont. 

Montreal 

Toronto 

• Montreal 

Montreal, & London, Eng. 

Montreal 

Montreal 



MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO. 

METAL SHINGLE & SIDING CO. 

MINERVA MFG. CO. Dress Skirts 

MOLSON, J. H. & BRO. Ales 

MOONEY BISCUIT & CANDY CO. 

MORGAN, HENRY, & CO, Departmental Store 

MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA 



Hamilton, & Meriden, Conn. 

Preston, Ont. 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Stratford, Ont. 

Montreal 

Waterloo, Ont. 



NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. St. George's Baking Powder, etc. Montreal 

NATIONAL TRUST CO, • Montreal 

OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS CO., LTD. Montreal 

O'KEEFE BREWERY CO,. LTD. Toronto 

ONTARIO FLOUR MILLERS ASSOCIATION Toronto 



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White Rock," etc. 
Surprise Soap 



"Oxydonor 



ONTARIO LADIES' COLLEGE 

PEACH. S., & SONS 

PEARS, A. & F. Pears' Soap 

PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. 

PRIESTLEY, B.. & SONS Priestleys' Dress Goods 

QUEBEC STEAMSHIP CO. 

RADNOR WATER CO. 

RAMSAY, A., & SON CO, Paints 

REFORD CO., LTD., THE ROBT. Donaldson S.S Line 

RICE, DR. W. S Rupture Cure 

ROBINSON, B. N., & CO. Zutoo Headache Powders 

ROYAL CROWN LIMITED Witch Hazel Toilet Soap 

ROYAL TRUST CO. 

ROYAL VICTORIA COLLEGE 

ST. CHARLES. F. X., & CO. 

ST. CROIX SOAP MFG. CO. 

ST. MARGARET'S COLLEGE 

SAMARIA REMEDY CO. 

SANCHE. DR. 

SANITARIS LIMITED 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., THE Paints 

SLATER SHOE CO., THE 

SPROULE, DR Catarrh Specialist 

STANDARD BANK OF CANADA 

STANDARD PAINT CO. Ruberoid Roofing 

STANFIELDS' LIMITED 

STEWART CO. Stewart's Chocolates 

STRATFORD CLOTHING CO. 

TAYLOR CO., LTD., THE T. H. Beaver Flour 

TOOKE BROS., LIMITED Shirts and Collars 

TUDHOPE CARRIAGE CO., LTD. 

UNION BANK OF CANADA 

UNITED FACTORIES LTD. Boeckh Brushes 

VANDERHOOF & CO. Patent Medicines 

ITERMONT FARM MACHINE CO. 

VINEBERG, H. & CO. " Progress " Clothing 

WATSON, D., & CO. Gray's Syrup of Red Spruce Gum 

WATSON, FOSTER CO. LTD. Wall Paper 

WELLS & RICHARDSON CO. Paine's Celery Compound 

WESTMINSTER LADIES' COLLEGE 

WILLIAMS PIANO CO., LTD. 

WILSON CO. LTD., LAWRENCE A. 

WINGATE CHEMICAL CO. 

^WONHAM, W. R. & SONS Wines and Liquors 

YONKERMAN CONSUMPTION REM. CO. 

YOUNG, W. F.,P.D.F. Veterinary Remedies 



Whitby 

Nottingham, Eng. 

London, Eng. 

Lynn, Mass. 

Bradford, Eng. 

Quebec, Que. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Coaticooke, Que. 

Winnipeg 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

St. Stephen, N.B. 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Montreal & Detroit 

Arnprior, Ont. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Montreal 

Boston, Mass. 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Truro. N.S. 

Toronto 

Stratford, Ont. 

Chatham, Ont. 

Montreal 

Orillia, Ont. 

Quebec, Que. 

Toronto 

South Bend, Indiana 

Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Oshawa, Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Kalamnzoo Mich. 

Springfield, Mass. 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Ontario is the most populous and wealthy of all the provinces o^ 
Canada. It has a land area of 220,508 square miles and a water area of 
40,354 square miles, with a population at the census of 1901 of 2,182,947, 
It has 43 counties besides six districts as larg-e as some European states, 
out of which future counties will be formed. The province has 16 incor- 
porated cities, 121 incorporated towns and about 131 (org-anized) villag-es- 
Its facilities for railway and water communication combined are not 
surpassed by any division of the American continent. The River St. 
Lawrence and the g-reat lakes, Ontario, Erie, Huron and Superior, touch 
it on its entire southern and western boundaries, while from the " Height 
of land," which forms the back bone of the province, many fine rivers flow 
down to those lakes on the south, or to James Bay or Hudsons Bay on the 
north. No important county is unreached by a railway, and out of a total 
of 21,353 miles of railway in Canada about 40 per cent, are in Ontario. 
In the extent and variety of its agricultural, dairy and fruit products 
Ontario leads the Dominion, while its wealth of gold, nickel, silver, iron, 
cobalt and other valuable minerals is proving to be greater than was ever 
anticipated by geolog-ists ten years ago. Not over ten per cent, of the 
land is as yet cultivated, yet so larg-e is the total area of the Province, 
and so great the fertility of the land, that the crops are very large. 
The province in 1905 showed 672,781 head of horses, 2,889,503 head of 
cattle, 1,324,153 head of sheep, and 1,896,460 head of swine, while some 
items of the agricultural products in the same year were as follows : 
21,516,588 bushels of wheat, 24,265,394 bushels of barley, 105,563,572 
bushels of oats, 7,100,021 bushels of pease, 4,700,000 bushels of other 
grain, 14,366,049 bushels of potatoes, 92,717,675 bushels of turnips and 
other feeding- roots, and 8,132,306 tons of hay and silage. The average 
yield per acre of crops in Ontario, though not so large as in the Northwest 
Provinces and Territories, is greater than in any state in the American 
Union, the comparison holding good in all kinds of grain in all states, 
except one kind of grain in one state — oats in Kansas. In 1904 Ontario 
had 5,753 public schools, besides 419 Roman Catholic separate schools, 
and 5 Protestant separate schools, 129 kindergartens and 11 night schools. 
Of pupils, the public schools had 396,495, the R. C. separate schools 
47,807, the Protestant separate schools 319, the kindergartens 12,021, the 
night schools 702. The teachers in public schools numbered 8,610, and in 
all other primary schools 1,218, making a total of 9,828 primary teachers. 
In higher education Ontario has a normal college and several normal 
schools for the training of teachers, 54 model schools, an art and industrial 
school, two technical schools, 138 high schools and collegiate institutes, 
with 27,709 pupils and 661 teachers. It has also a training institute, at 
Guelph, for teachers and others in manual training and domestic science 
and art. It has 140 free and 306 subscription libraries. In 1902 the 
province had 3,321 post offices, through which passed 105,600,000 letters, 
and 17,180,000 post cards, 2,332,000 registered letters, 5,172,000 free 
letters and $10,565,274 in money orders. Ontario is represented in the 
Dominion parliament by 22 senators and 86 members of the House of 
Commons. Its local government is carried on by a single chamber having 
98 members. Capital, Toronto. 

For statistics and other information regarding the facers of the 
province see other ;parts of this zvork. 



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30 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

ACTON, pop. 1, 800, Co. Halton on G. T. Ry., 35 miles W. of Toronto 
and 30 miles N. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : gflove manufacturing- (having- the largest factory in 
Canada), sole, upper and harness leather manufacturing-. The 
centre of a fine grain and stock raising- country. Chief Ship- 
ments : leather, g^loves, g-rain, produce and live stock. The town 
has six churches and a public library containing 2,500 volumes. 
Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Rockwood, Limehouse, Speyside, Ospringe, KnatchbuU, Eden Mills, 
and Ballinafad. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; H. P. Moore, editor and publisher; 
established 1875; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
. pag-es, size 21 x 27. 

Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 984 

AILSA CRAIG, pop. 900, Co. Middlesex, on Main line G. T. R. and 
Aux Sauble river; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
flour, planing-, saw and flax mills, foundry, machine shops and other 
industries. Chief Shipments : flour, g:rain, wood, timber and live 
stock (the latter being carried on extensively). The villag-e contains 
four churches, public school, town hall, etc. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Nairn, Fernhill, Denfield, Brinsley, 
Falkirk, Lieury, Mooresville and Centralia. 

BAN N ER, weekly ; W. E. Clothier, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1893 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 60 cents ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 20. Circ'n i 

ALEXANDRIA, pop. 2,100, Co. Glengarry, on the Canada Atlantic 
Ry., 13 miles from Lancaster; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. The 
largest and most important town in the county. Chief Industries : 
cheese box factory, cheese, saw, leather and iron manufacturing, 
carriage works, wood export company. Chief Shipments : timber, 
cheese, leather, grain, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Glen Robertson, Lancaster, Williamstown 
and Martintown. 

GLENGARRIAN, weekly; Glengarrian Printing & Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1884 ; conservative ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

NEWS, weekly; Glengarry Reformer Newspaper Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; A. G. F. Macdonald, editor and manager ; established 
1892 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 months to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,060 

ALLISTON, pop. 1,600, Co. Simcoe, on the Hamilton and North 
Western Div. of the G. T. Ry., and Toronto-Sudbury Div. of the 
C. P. Ry., 50 miles from Toronto, 71 miles from Hamilton ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: agricultural implements, 
threshing machinery, lumber, flour and woollen manufacturing. 
Chief Shipments : farm produce, implements, flour, lumber and 
woollens. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Rosemont, Newton, Robinson, Arlington, Bondhead, 
Everett, Clover Hill, Thompsonville, Nicholson, Deerhurst, Lisle, 
Ivy, Fintona and Stanton. 

HERALD, weekly ; R. J. Wallace, editor and proprietor ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n 1%. 

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ALMONTE, pop. 3,300, Co. Lanark, on the Mississippi River and 
C.P.Ry., 36 miles from Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries ; woollen, iron, and knitted g-oods manufacturing. Chief 
Shipments : farm produce, woollens, live stock, agricultural, saw 
and woollen mills machinery. The town contains seven churches of 
different denominations, g-ood hig-h, public and separate schools, 
public library, town hall, public hall, fire department ; has unlimited 
power from the river, and electric lig"ht owned by ratepayers. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : Gal- 
braith, Watson's Corners, Clayton, Fergiason's Falls, Antrim, 
Bennie's Corners, Innisville, Pakenham, Blakenay, Middleville, 
Appleton, Panmure, Hopetown, Powell, McKinlay and Tatlock. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; Jas. McLeod, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1867 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, 
size 17^ X 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31st, 1906, 2,876 
See Advt. Page 41. 

TIMES, weekly ; Wm. W. Pittard, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $r.oo ; eig-ht - 
pag-es, size 17^^ x 24. Circ'n i 

ALVINSTON^ pop. 1,200, Co. Lambton, on Sydenham River, and 
St. Clair Branch Mich. Central Ry. and Kingscourt-Glencoe 
branch of G.T. Ry., 35 miles W. of St. Thomas ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, flour and saw mills, flax mill, 
canning- factory, fruit evaporator and cider mill. Chief Shipments : 
farm produce, lumber, flour, woollens, dried fruit and live stock. 
The town contains five churches of different denominations, public 
school, music hall and general stores. Surrounding- towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Longfwood, Melbourne, 
Inwood and Sombra. 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; Albert E. Ketch, publisher ; established 
1885 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
size, 15 X 22, 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 900* 

AMHERSTBURG, pop. 2,279, Co. Essex, on the Detroit River and 
M. C. Ry., 18 miles from Windsor; g-ood steamboat connection to ' 
Windsor and Detroit, also electric railway connection with Windsor 
by S. W. & A. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour, lumber manufacturings, machine shop, foundry and quarries. 
Chief Shipments : corn, fruit, agfricultural implements, live stock, 
farm produce, tobacco and stone. The town contains six churches 
of different denominations, g-raded public and separate schools, town 
hall and a library. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : Comet, Oxley, Gesto, Colchester, McGregor, 
Gordon, Cottam, Sandwich, Vereker, Arner, New Canaan, Edgar 
Mills, Canard River and Ojibwa. 

ECHO, weekly; Echo Printing Co., publishers; Jno., A. Auld, 
M. P. P., President; A. W. Marsh, Sec.-Treas. ; established 1874; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pag-es, size I7>^ x 24. 

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ARNPRIOR, pop, 4,152, Co. Renfrew, on the Madawaska River at 
its confluence with the Ottawa, 50 miles S.E. of Pembroke, on 
C.P.R. and G.T.Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
woollen and saw mills, brick kilns, shirt and knitting- factory, 
Sanitaris mineral water bottling works. Chief Shipments : woollen 

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g-oods, brick, Sanitaris mineral water, lumber, flour and live stock. 
The town contains eig-ht churches, high, separate and public 
schools, public library and town hall seating- 600, good fire 
department, waterworks, sewers, electric light, and well-kept 
streets. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Kinburn, Fitzroy Harbor, Braeside, Galetta, White 
Lake, Antrim, Stewartville, Burnstown, Sand Point, Pakenham and 
Bristol. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; R. A. Jeffrey, publisher; established 
1879 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
23 X 15. Sworn circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,6Y& 

See Advt., Page 40. 

WATCH MAN, weekly ; Jas. C. Williams, editor and publisher ; 
established 1890 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, 
size 17^ X 24. Circ'n \% 

ARTHUR, pop. 1,600, Co. Wellington, on the Conestogo andC.P. Ry., 
25 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, woollen, planing, saw, shingle and flax mills, a 
foundry and barrel factory, stock-raising and farming. Chief 
Shipments : flour, grain, shingles, flax, barrels and live stock. The 
town contains five churches, high, public and separate schools, drill 
hall and a town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Monck, Damascus, Waldemere, Alton, 
Holstein, Gordonville, Rothsay and Alma. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; H. E. By water, proprietor and 
publisher ; established 1869 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n \)^ 

ATHENS, pop. 1,200, Co. Leeds, on the B. W. and N. W. Railroad, 
15 miles W. of Brockville; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw, flour, woollen mills and farming. Chief Shipments : 
lumber, grain and farm produce. The town contains six churches, 
model, high and public schools, town hall. House of Industry, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Newboro, Mallorytown, Toledo, Chantry, Portland, Seely's Bay and 
Lyndhurst. 

REPORTER, AND COUNTY OF LEEDS ADVERTISER, 
weekly ; Geo. F. Donnelley, editor and publisher ; established 1885 ; 
independent-liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15x22. Sworn circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 690 

See Advt. Page 78. 

ATWOOD, pop. 700, Co. Perth, on the G. T. Ry., 30 miles N. of 
Stratford, 6 miles S. W. of Listowel ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw, shingle, flour and flax mills, planing mills 
and cheese box factory. Chief Shipments : lumber, cheese, grain, ^ 
live stock and leather. The town contains four churches and one* 
public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Bornholm, Donegal, Monkton, Ethel, Trowbridge and 
Henfryn. 

BEE, weekly ; D. G. Anderson, editor and publisher ; established 
1890; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pages, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n % 

AURORA, pop. 2,000, Co. York, on the G. T. Ry., 30 miles N. of 
Toronto, with which it has street railway connection ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, saw, planing and shingle 

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mills, agricultural implement works, shoe factory, tannings and 
other industries. Chief Shipments: g"rain, flour, leather, farm 
implements and produce. The town contains five churches, public 
schools, a larg-e public library, a public hall seating- 600 and town 
hall seating- 700. Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers 
are published ; Schomberg-, Lloydtown and Kettleby. 

BANNER, weekly ; S. H. Lundy, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1 86 1 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
17^ X 22. Circ'n ^ 

AYLMER, pop. 2,300, Co. Elgin, on G. T. Ry., M. C. R. and Wabash 
R. R., 12 miles E. of St. Thomas; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, shoe factory, and 
one of the largest canning factories in the Dominion, wood turning, 
iron works, foundry, handles and turned goods, staves and headings, 
pork factory, roller mills, saw mills, sash and door factories, organ 
factories, spray pumps, truck scales and leather nets. Chief 
Shipments : Canned goods, grain, live stock and farm produce, salt 
pork and the various products of its manufactories. The town is 
surrounded by fine agricultural and dairying country, and contains 
five churches, collegiate institute and public schools, public library 
of 5,000 volumes, and fine opera house ; the town owns and operates 
its waterworks and electric light plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Strafford ville, Vienna, 
Orwell, Sparta, Bayham, Corinth, Jaffa and Lyons. 

EXPRESS, weekly; D. H. Price, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve 
pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,003* 

See Advt. Page 45. 

SUN, weekly ; E, C. Monteith, editor and publisher ; established 
1886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n 1 

AYR, pop. 1,000, Co. Waterloo, on C. P. Ry., 14 miles S. of Berlin ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour mills, saw mill, 
agricultural implement works, iron foundry, plow works, and 
hockey stick factory. Chief Shipments : flour, grain, cooperage 
supplies and live stock. The country surrounding is very rich and 
fertile, and considerable attention is paid to stock raising. Sur- 
rounding villages where no papers are published : Ratho, Bright, 
Drumbo, Roseville and New Dundee. 

NEWS, weekly; G. W. Dawson, publisher; established 1898; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
izYz X 21. Circ'n % 

AYTON, pop. 500, Co. Grey, on the South Saugeen River, and on 
the G. B. & L. E. division G. T. R., 9 miles from Clifford ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M. O., Bank. The town contains five churches, three 
hotels, school, stores, etc. Chief Industries : two chopping and 
one saw mill, grist and cider mills, one stave, hoop and barrel and 
cordage factory. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Alsfeldt, Glen Eden, Dren, Holstein, Murdock, 
Nenagh, Orchard, Hampden, Varney, Allan Park, Aberdeen, 
Carlsruhe, Neustadt, Moltke, and Deemerton. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; M. B. Flynn, publisher ; established 1895 ; 
Thursday ; independent ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n |^ 

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BANCROFT, jDop. 815, Co- Hastings, terminus of Central Ontario 
Railway. Tel., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw mills, 
two woollen mills, flour mill, and machine shop. Chief Shipments : 
lumber, flour, live stock, and general farm produce. It 
"has several good general stores. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Bronson, Deer Lake, Cheddar, 
Maynooth, Greenview, Herman, ;Mount Eagle Valley, L'Amable, 
,. tlmfrayille and Faraday. 

\, TIMES, weekly; D. H. Morrison, publisher ; established 1894; 

independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages; size 
13 X 20. ' Circ'n ^ 

BARRIE, pop. 7,000, Co. Simcoe, on Kempenfeldt Bay, off" Lake 
Simcoe, on Northern and North Western division of the G. T. Ry., 
64 miles N.N.W. from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
industries: woollen and planing mills, machine shops, three breweries, 
boat building and carriage factories, foundries, creameries and 
. large up-to-date tannery, G. T. R. machine repair shops. Chief 
Shipments : grain, cream, live stock and farm produce, and the 
products of its several factories and mills. The 4;own contains eleven 
churches, a collegiate institute and five schools, public library with 
5,600 volumes, a public hall seating 700, opera house and music hall, 
court house ; is lighted with gas and electric light, has waterworks 
and a good fire department, good wharves and steamboat connection, 
fine cement side walks and permanent roadways, and is a summer 
resort. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published ; Thornton, Lefroy, Dalston, Stroud, Angus, Hillsdale, 
Minesing, New Lowell, Edgar, Craighurst and Ivy. 

EXAMINER, weekly; J. A. MacLaren, editor and publisher; 
"established 1863 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages ; size 17/^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,QV7 

GAZETTE, weekly; Alfred Wilkes, publisher; established 
1868; liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 1^)4 X 22. Circ'n i^ 

NORTHERN ADVANCE, weekly ; Wesley & Crew, pub- 
lishers ; established 1851 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15^ x.22. 

'Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,363* 

BEAMSVILLE, pop. 900, Co. Lincoln, i mile S. of Beamsville 

Station, G.T. Ry., 12 miles W. of St. Catharines ; Hamilton, 

Grimsby & Beamsville Electric Ry. gives an hourly car service 

to Hamilton, 22 miles west. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 

Industries ; several mills and extensive limestone quarries, and one 

* of the largest canning factories on the Continent. Chief Shipments : 

grain, flour, live stock, limestone, fruit and farm produce. It con- 

■' tains five churches, high, public and county model schools, and one 

of the best limestone quarries in Ontario. It has a public library, 

' water works, and electric lighting. Surrounding towns and 

' villages where no papers are published : Campden, Smithville, 

Rosedene, Tintern and Jordan. 

EXPRESS, weekly; R. H. Davey, publisher; established 
1895; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 20. Circ'n }4 

BEAVERTON, pop. i,ooo, Co. Ontario, on G. T. Ry., Can. 

Nor. Ont. Ry., and Lake Simcoe, 45 miles N. of Whitby, 75 miles 

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flour and woollen mills and tanneries. Chief Shipments : flour, 
brick, tiles, leather, yarn, g^rain and produce. It has four churches, 
one school, public library containinjf l,ooo volumes, and town hall 
seating^ 500. A charming- summer resort, beingf situated on the 
eastern shore of Lake Simcoe, reached by the G. T. Ry., Midland 
Division, two trains daily, and Can. Nor. Ont. Ry. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Woodville, 
Oakwood, Lorneville, Eldon, Kirkfield and Brechin. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Jos. J. Cave, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1879 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17 x 24. Circ n i 

Issues also the Woodville Advocate and Canning-ton Echo, the 
circulations of which are included in above rating. 

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BEETON, pop, 1,000, Co. Simcoe, on N. and N.W. division G. T. Ry., 
and Toronto and Sudbury division C.P. Ry., 26 miles S. of Barrie, 
55 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
bee-keeping, hosiery factory and farming. Chief Shipments : live 
stock, grain and produce. It contains three churches, one school, 
two public halls, and fire-proof elevator, storing 100,000 bushels of 
grain. The town has water works, electric light, etc. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are publislted : Bondhead, 
Pennville, Thompsonville, Newton, Robinson, Athlone, Schoniberg, 
Loretto and Keenansville. 

WORLD, weekly; W. H. Davis, publisher; established 1882; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
18 X 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,663* 

BELLEVILLE, pop. 10,000, Co. Hastings, on G.T. Ry., Moira River, 
* and Bay of Quinte, 220 miles from Montreal and 113 miles from 
Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Steamboat connection to all 
points. Chief Industries : woollen, knitting, paper, saw, and planing 
mills, rolling mills, and cement works, foundries and cheese factories. 
Chief Shipments : cheese, grain, lumber, furniture, stoves, stoneware 
and produce. It contains twelve churches, several schools and 
colleges, public library containing 3,000 vols., an opera house seating 
1,200, city hall seating 500, deaf and dumb institute, hospital and 
home for the friendless, gas and electric light, and a good fire 
department. Surrounding towns amd villages where no papers are 
published : Ameliasburg, Foxboro', Bridgewater, Frankford, 
Wellington and Canifton. 

INTELLIGENCER, every evening except Sunday; C. J. 
Bowell, publisher ; established 1866 ; conservative ; subscription 
$3.00; eight pages, size 17)^x24^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,403* 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1834 ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,014* 
See Advt. Pfige 54. 

ONTARIO, every evening except Sunday ; T. S. and S. E. 
Carman, publishers ; established 1870 ; reform ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight pages, size 22 x 15/^. • Circ'n i 

WEEKLY {Chronicle), established 1830 ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 23. See Advt. Page 32. 

CANADIAN MUTE, semi-monthly; Institution for the Deaf and 
Dumb, publishers; established 1892; special for the deaf; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; eight pages, size 11 x 17. Circ'n }^ 

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BELMONT, pop. 600, Co. Middlesex, on C. P. Ry., 15 miles S. E. of 
London and 9 miles N. E. of St. Thomas; Tel., Ex,, M. O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour-milling^ and agriculture. Chief Shipments : 
g^rain, flour, dairy produce, cattle and hog^s. Surrounding- towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Nilestown, Der- 
went, Harrietville, Glanworth, Mapleton and Lyons. 

TIMES, weekly; Strachan Bros., publishers; established 1888; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig"ht pages, size 
13 X 20. See Advt. Page 42. Circ'n %, 

BERLIN, pop. 10,446, Co. Waterloo, on G. T. Ry., 62 miles from 
* Toronto, connected with Waterloo by Electric Railway and has 
C. P. Ry. connection with Gait by electric line from Preston ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief Industries : shirts, collars, and sus- 
penders, buttons, furniture, boot and shoe, felt, piano and organ 
manufactories, tanneries, foundries, grist, saw and planing mills, 
beet sug-ar refinery, "two rubber footwear and two automobile 
factories, and g"as eng-ine and meter works. Chief shipments : the 
products of its factories. The town contains three wholesale 
houses, sixteen churches, R. C. College, high and public and separ- 
ate schools and a public library. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : New Dundee, Baden, Blair, Free- 
port, Bloomingdale, Doon, Hawksville, St. Jacobs, Petersburg-, 
Manheim, Breslau, Bridgeport, Heidelburg and Winterbourne. 

NEWS RECORD, every evening except Sunday : German Ptg. 
and Pub. Co. of Berlin, Limited, publishers ; W. V. Uttley, manager 
and editor; established 1878; conservative; subscription $3.00; 
eig^ht pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average tor 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,340* 

WEEKLY, established 1878 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 17 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Waterloo Bauernfreund and Deutsche Zeitung. 

TELEGRAPH, every evening- except Sunday ; Teleg-raph Print- 
ings Co., publishers; established 1895; liberal; subscription $3.00; 
six pag-es, size 17 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

GOSPEL BANNER, weekly; H. S. Kallmann, editor; Men- 
nonite Brethren in Christ Pub. Co., publishers; established 1877; 
Mennonite ; Saturday; subscription $1.25 ; sixteen pages, size 9x12. 

MISSIONARY, weekly ; Mennonite Brethren in Christ Pub. Co., 
publishers ; H. S. Kallmann, editor ; Mennonite ; Saturday ; 
subscription 25c. 

YOUTH'S BANNER, weekly; K. S. Kallman, publisher; 
established 1897 ; Saturday ; religious ; subscription 50 cents ; four 
pages, size 9x12. Circ'n i 

BERLINERJOURNAL, German, weekly; Rittinger & Motz, 
publishers ; established 1859 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; eigfht pag^es, size 15)^ x 21 j^. All advertise- 
ments are inserted in Berliner Journal, Ontario Glocke, Walkerton, 
and Canadischer /Colonist, Stratford ; will not accept advertisements 
for one edition only. 

Sworn combined Circ'n of Berliner Journal, Ontario Glocke, 
and Canadisher /Colonist^ actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 

See Advt. Page 40. 1906, 4,447* 

ST. JEROME SCHOOLMAN, monthly ; students of Jerome 
College, publishers ; a college paper published only during 
collegiate year. 

DER EVANGELIUMS BOTE, monthly; German; S. R. 
Knechtel, publisher; established 1889; evangelical; subscription 
50c ; eight pages, size, 9 x 13. 

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BLENHEIM, pop. 1,708, Co. Kent, on the Pere Marquette Ry., 
6 miles N. W. of Rondeau Harbor on Lake Erie, and 12 miles S. E. 
of Chatham; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, 
saw and planing^ mills ; headquarters for the fresh bean and tobacco 
business of Southern Kent. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, flour, 
beans, peaches, apples, small fruits and tobacco. The town con- 
tains eig-ht churches, public schools, public hall seating 450, and a 
fire brig-ade. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Port Alma, Cedar Springs, Rondeau, Morpeth, Fargo, 
Mull, New Scotland, Harwich, Ridley and Charing Cross. 

NEWS-TRIBUNE, weekly ; Pickering and Denholm, publish- 
ers ; established 1874 ; subscription $1.00 ; independent ; Thursday; 
eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,407 

BLYTH, pop. 876, Co. Huron, on G. T. Ry. and C. P. Ry., 18 miles E. 
of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, 
flour, planing, shingle and flax mills, salt works, brick yard, saeh, 
door and blind factory, woolen mill, handle factory, glove factory 
and machine shops. Chief Shipments : salt, flour, grain, lumber, 
live stock, building materials, etc. ^The town contains four churches, 
a public school, a public hall and a public library. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published ; Belgrave, 
Auburn, Londesboro, Walton, Dungannon, Westfield, St. Augustine 
and Leadbury. 

STANDARD, weekly; J. Leslie Kerr, publisher; established 
1887; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

BOBCAYGEON, pop. i,oi8, Co. Victoria, on the Bobcaygeon 
River, and Lindsay and Bobcaygeon branch of C. P. Ry., 12 miles 
N. E. of Lindsay and 11 miles E. of Fenelon Falls ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M. 0., Bank. Chief Industries: saw, flour, shingle and other 
mills. Chief Shipments : flour, shingles, lumber and live stock. 
The town contains five churches and a public school, and has steam- 
boat service during navigation. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dunsford and Coboconk. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly ; C. E. Stewart, editor and publisher ; 
I. R. Stewart, business manager; established 1870; independent; 
Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 20 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

BOLTON, pop. 900, Co. Peel, on the Humber River and Owen 
Sound division of the C. P. Ry., 26 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour mill, foundries, potteries, 
carriage and horse blanket factories and brick yards. Chief Ship- 
ments : grain, flour, produce, live stock, agricultural implements, 
horse blankets, brick and tiles. The town contains four churches, a 
public school and a town hall. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Caledon East, Nobleton, Lloyd- 
town, Mono Road, Sand Hill, Lockton, Coleraine, Palgrave, 
Kleinberg and Coventry. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; F. N. Leavens, editor and publisher ; 
established 1888 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17)^ x 22. Circ'n ^ 

BOTH WELL, pop. 994, Co. Kent, on Thames River and G. T. Ry., 
22 miles N. E. of Chatham ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : oil, live stock, grain and produce, flour mills, heading 

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and planing- mills and foundry. Chief Shipments : live stock and 
agricultural produce. The town contains six churches, schools, 
town hall seating 400. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Sutherland's Corners, Aughrim, Aberfeldy, 
Mosside, Clachan, Wardsville, Cashmere and Newbury. 

Tl M ES, weekly ; H.J. Jerome, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1874; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n yi 

BOWMANVILLE, pop. 3,500, Co. Durham, on Lake Ontario and 
G. T. Ry., 25 miles W. of Cobourg, 40 miles E. of Toronto ; steam- 
boat communication daily east and west; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : piano, organ, carriage, rubber goods, 
woollen and wooden-ware factories, flour, pearl barley and oatmeal 
mills, bicycle rims, foundries, machine -shops, barrel factory, silver 
plating works. Great apple growing section. Chief Shipments : 
grain, live stock, flour, fruit, oatmeal, pearl barley, organs, pianos, 
machinery and other products and farm produce. The town con- 
tains eight churches, three public schools and high school, library, 
opera house and free reading room and is lighted by electricity. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Hampton, Enniskillen, Enfield, Blackstock, Courtice, Newtonville, 
Solina, Cadmus, Lotus, Pontypool, Tyrone, Caesarea, Kendall, 
Taunton, Leskard, Kirby, Burketon, Nestleton, Purple Hill and 
Cedardale. 

CANADIAN STATESMAN, weekly; MA. James & Son, 
editors and publishers ; established 1854 ; independent ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17/^ x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

N EWS, weekly ; James Gale, editor and publisher ; established 
1874; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n \% 

dRACEBRIDGE, pop. 3,100; Muskoka District, on the Muskoka 
* River and G. T. Ry., 12 miles from Gravenhurst ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, saw, planing, shingle and 
linen mills, match and furniture factories, foundry, tanneries, etc. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, live stock and produce. The town is a 
summer resort and contains besides its stores, hotels, etc., ten 
churches, public and high schools, free library, is lighted by elec- 
tricity, and has excellent waterworks, both owned by the munici- 
pality. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Baysville, Port Carling, Ufflngton, Dorset and Utterson. 
GAZETTE, weekly ; Bracebridge Gazette Ptg. and Pub. Co., 
publishers; established 1872 ; independent-liberal; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n i 

MUSKOKA HERALD, weekly; D. E. Bastedo, editor and 
publisher ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n |^ 

BRADFORD, pop. 1,000, Co. Simcoe, on the Holland River and 
G. T. Ry., 22 miles S. E. of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : planing, flour mill and carriage factory. Chief 
Shipments : grain, flour, lumber, marsh hay, etc. The town con- 
tains four churches, schools, public library of 1,000 volumes, town 
hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Bondhead, Holland Landing and Gilford. 

WITNESS AND SOUTH SIMCOE NEWS, weekly; E. 
Garrett, publisher; established 1865 ; liberal-conservative; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n "^ 

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BRAMPTON, pop. 2,917, Co. Peel, on G. T. Ry. and C. P. Ry., 

* 21 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : three g-reenhouses, one the larg^est in Canada ; Loose-leaf 
business systems factory, two g-love factories, Spanish leather manu- 
facturing^ establishment, sash and door factories and flour mill. 
Chief Shipments : flour, g-rain, farm produce, live stock. The town 
contains six churches, also hig-h and public schools, public library 
and town hall, three banks, county court house, jail, public hall and 
first-class waterworks, gas and electric lig-ht. Surrounding: villag-es ' 
where no papers are published : Malton, Meadowvale, Norval, 
Claireville, Caledon East, Ing^lewood and Huttonville. 

BANNER AND TIMES, weekly; A. F. Dick, publisher; 

established 1868 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, 
size i7>^ X 24. Circ'n i>^ 

CONSERVATOR, weekly; S. Charters, editor and publisher; 
established 1873; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2 

BRANTFORD, pop. 19,104, Co. Brant, on G. T. Ry. and T. H. & 

* B. Ry., Grand River, 66 miles from Toronto, 400 miles from Montreal 
and 22^ miles from Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : woollen mills, foundries, potteries, pork packing factories, 
binder twine factories, stove works, nut and bolt factories, cigar 
factories, malleable iron works, carriage, scissor, wind mill, 
refrigerator, starch, nail, binder and plow works, agricultural 
implement works, radiator, engine and machine works. Chief 
Shipments : grain, flour, lime. The city contains twenty-three 
churches, nine schools and colleges, collegiate institute, free library, 
opera house, hospital, public halls, and asylum for the blind. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Cainsville, Harrisburg, Vanessa, Scotland, Mount Pleasant, Alberton, 
Burford, Jerseyville, Ancaster, Harley, Hartford, Longford, 
Oakland, Copetown, Lynden, Echo Place and Onondaga. 

COURIER, every evening except Sundays Courier Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1870 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight pages up, size 17)^ x 22 j^. Circ'n 2^ 

WEEKLY, established 1834 5 Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen pages, size 17^ x 22>^. Circ'n i}i 

EXPOSITOR, every evening except Sunday; T. H. Preston, 
publisher ; established 1869 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight to 
sixteen pages, size 18 x 23 ; Saturday edition, twelve to sixteen 
pages, size 18 x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 4403* 

WEEKLY, established 1852 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen pages, size 18 x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1482* 

See Advt. Page 60. 

CAN. BEE JOURNAL, monthly : W. J. Craig, editor ; Goold, 
Shapley & Muir Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1884 ; bee-culture ; 
subscription $1.00 ; 24 pages, size 5x7. Circ'n ^ 

BRIDGEBURG, pop. t,6oo, Co. Welland, on G. T. R., Canada 
' Southern, M.C.R., T.H. and B. and Pere Marquette Railways, 
opposite Buffalo, on the Niagara River, west end of the International 
Bridge. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. The town contains four 
churches, ten stores, four hotels, three patent medicine factories. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 

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Stevensville, Ridgeway, Humberstone, Mulgrave, Brookfield, 
Sherkston and Netherby. 

REVIEW, weekly; Review Printing- Co., publishers ; established 
1894; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n }( 

Also publishes Fort Erie Times^ circulation of which is included 
in above statement. See Advt. Page 94. 

dRIGDEN, pop. 700, Co. Lambton, on the St. Clair Branch of Mich. 
Central Ry., 15 miles from Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries ; flour, oatmeal and saw mills, heading, stave and 
hoop mills. Chief Shipments : farm produce, lumber, flour, live 
stock, oatmeal, and products of mills. The town contains three 
churches, public school and general stores. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Courtright, Wilkesport, 
Bradshaw, Kimball. 

PROGRESS, weekly ; J. E. Burns, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pag-es, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

BRIGHTON, pop. 1,479, ^^' Northumberland, on G. T. R. and Lake 
Ontario, and at the head of the Murray Canal, 25 miles E. of 
Cobourg, 92 miles E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour and planing mills, canning factory and fruit 
evaporators. Chief Shipments ; grain, produce, apples for export, 
and the products of its factories. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Frankford, Smithfield, Lovett, 
Wooler, Codrington, Orland and Dundonald. 

ENSIGN, weekly ; C. A. Lapp & Son, publishers; established 
1871 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht pages ; size 
15 X 22. See Advt. Page 38. Circ'n 1 

BROCK VI LLE, pop. 9,000, Co. Leeds, on the St. Lawrence River, 
* the G. T. Ry., C. P. Ry., and B. W. & N. W. Ry., boats daily 
east and west; 125 miles from Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : stove foundry, hardware actory, biscuit, 
candy, glove, boat and carriage factories and agricultural works. 
Centre of leading dairy district of Ontario. Over 200 cheese 
factories and dairies are represented at the Brockville cheese board. 
Chief Shipments : cheese, butter, grain, live stock and the products 
of its manufactories. The town contains, besides its factories, nine 
churches, collegiate institute and public schools, aslyum for the 
insane, town hall. Board of Trade, public hall, two hospitals, opera 
house, fine docks, hotels, stores, streets wide and well kept, fine fire 
protection, water works, and sewer systems, gas and electric light. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Maitland, Caintown, Yong^e's Mills, Lyn, Toledo, Addison, Lans- 
downe and Frankville. 

RECORDER, every evening except Sunday ; Recorder Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1873 ; liberal ; subscription 
$3.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY ; established 1820 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig^ht 
pagfes, size 17)^ x 24. Circ'n \% 

Advt, — &^ years established in the centre of the greatest dairying district of 
Ontario, -where the people have plenty of ready money, the Recorder — Daily and 
Weekly — covers the field a7id pulls profitable business for advertisers. See Advt. 
Page 13. 

TIMES, every evening except Sunday ; A. T. Wilg-ress, editor 
and publisher ; established 1882 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
four pages, 17 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY ; established 1882 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n 2^ 

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BRUCE MINESi pop. 900, Algoma District, on the north shore of 
Georgian Bay and the S. Ste. Marie Branch of the C.P. Ry., 12 miles 
from Thessalon and 30 miles S. of Sault Ste. Marie. Tel., Ex., 
M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering^, ag-riculture and mining-. 
The town has several stores, saw and planing mills, churches, 2 
hotels, etc. 

SPECTATOR, weekly ; Rickaby & Son, publishers; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 12H X 20. Circ'n ^ 

BRUSSELS, pop. 1,200, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and 
G. T. Ry., 30 miles E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and flax mills, stave and heading 
factories, steam and fire engine factory, machine shop, salt wells, 
etc. Chief Shipments : grain, salt, flour, engines, farm produce, 
etc. The town contains four churches, a school, and a public 
library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Cranbrooke, Ethel, Walton and Jamestown. 

POST, weekly ; William H. Kerr, publisher ; established 1872 ; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Circ'n i^ 

BURKS FALLS, pop. 1,250, District of Parry Sound on main line of 
Northern Division G. T. Ry. ; Tel., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : tannery, saw mills, electric power house, planing factory and 
mining claims. Chief Shipments : leather, tanbark, pulpwood, 
lumber and live stock. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Berridale, Magnetawan, Ahmic Harbor, 
Dunchurch, Katrine, Sprucedale, Novar and Kearney. 

ARROW, weekly ; Fawcett & Co., publishers; Alex. R. Fawcett, 
manager; established 1885; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 22 x 15. ' Circ'n i 

BURLINGTON, pop. 1,300, Co. Halton, on G. T. R. and C. P. R. 
and Lake Ontario, 9 miles N. E. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : fruit growing and farming. Chief Ship- 
ments : fruit and farm produce. It is visited by large numbers of 
summer tourists. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Waterdown, Bronte, Flamboro, Carlisle, Cummins- 
ville and Lowville. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Elgin A. Harris, pnblisher ; established 
1899; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n )4 

CALEDONIA, pop. 900, Co. Haldimand, on the Grand River and 
G. T. Ry., 14 miles S. W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour mills, machine shop, foundry and agriculture. 
Chief Shipments : building stone, lime, plaster, grain, stock and 
farm produce. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools, public library, new opera house, and town hall seating 250. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
York, Selkirk and Cheapside. 

GRAND RIVER SACHEM, weekly; H. B. Sawle, editor 
and publisher ; established 1856 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subs- 
cription $1.00; four pages, size 20x27. Circ'n 1 

HALDIMAND BANNER, weekly ; Albert T. Mitchell, pub- 
lisher ; established 1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15x22. Circ'n ^ 

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CAMPBELLFORD, pop. 2,424, Co. Northumberland, on the Trent 
River and G. T. Ry. , 40 miles N. E. of Cobourg ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , M. O. , 
Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, flour, paper, saw and planing- 
mills, foundry, machine shop, etc. Chief Shipments : paper, carpet 
felt, grain, woollens, lumber and farm produce. The town contains 
five churches, high and public schools, public hall seating 550. The 
Trent River furnishes the town with a magnificent water power. 
A beautiful iron bridge spans the river. Its streets are wide 
and well laid out and kept in good repair. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Keene, Birdshalls, Tilton, 
Dartford and Rylestone. 

DESPATCH, weekly ; H. B. R. Dryden, publisher ; established 
1898 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 22 x 15. 

HERALD, weekly; G. A. Kingston, editor and publisher; 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size i']/4, x 24. Circ'n i 

CANNINGTON, pop. 1,400, Co. Ontario, on Beaver River and G. 
T. Ry. , 40 miles N. of Whitby and i6 miles W. of Lindsay ;Tel., T. , 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, 
tannery, foundry, carriage and other manufactories. Chief Ship- 
ments : grain, live stock, leather, lumber, farm produce, etc. The 
town contains four churches, a public school, a public library, town 
hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Wilfrid, Pefferlaw, Woodville, Manilla, Sutton, Blackwater, 
Oakwood and Mariposa. 

ECHO, See Beaver t07i. 

ONTARIO GLEANER, weekly ; Wm. A. Robinson, editor and 
publisher ; established 1870 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Smiderlatid Banner, BeavertoJi Standai'd, and 
Woodville Record, the circulations of which are included in above 
rating. 

CARLETON PLACE, pop. 4,325, Co. Lanark, on the Mississippi 
River and C. P. Ry., 20 miles N. of Perth, 18 miles from Smiths 
Falls and 28 miles from Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : woollen, flour and planing mills, stove foundry, engine 
works and steam yacht building. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, 
produce, stoves and lime. The town contains seven churches, high 
and public schools, free public library containing 8,000 volumes, 
C. P. R. locomotive repair shops and dining rooms, good water 
power furnished by the river, electric light, etc. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Innisville, Clayton, 
Appleton, Franktown and Ashton. 

CENTRAL CANADIAN, weekly; W. W. Cliff, editor and 
publisher ; established 1875 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

H ERALD, weekly ; W. H. & S. J. Allen, editors and publishers ; 
established 1850 ; liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
15>^X22>^. Circ'n I X 

See Advt., Page 50. 

CARP, pop. 800, Co. Carleton, on G. T. R.;Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Twenty miles W. of Ottawa and 20 miles E. of Arnprior. 
Chief Industries : flour and feed mills, apples, cheese and box fac- 
tories, lumber, shingles and dairy produce. Chief Shipments : flour, 

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grain, cheese, butter and live stock, etc. The villag^e contains four 
churches, public school, town hall, two hotels, exhibition hall and 
grounds. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Richmond, Stittsville, Kinburn, Galetta, Huntley, South March, 
Dunrobin, Kilmaurs, Marathon, Woodlawn and Panmure. 

RE VI EW, weekly ; James A. Evoy, publisher ; established 1904 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
18 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

CAYUGA, pop. 1,100, Co. Haldimand, on Grand River and G. T. Ry., 

* Wabash and M. C. Rys., 76 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: flour, saw and planing mills, glass 
factory, limestone, sandstone and gypsum quarries. Chief Shipments: 
grain, plaster, products of quarries and farm produce. 
The town contains four churches, high and public schools, 
handsome court house and county buildings, and town hall seating- 
350. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Kohler, Selkirk, Clanbrassil, S. Cayuga, Cheapside, Empire, Bal- 
moral, Rainham, York, Canfield, Oneida, Nanticoke and Fisherville. 

HALDIMAND ADVOCATE AND HAGERSVILLE 

STANDARD, weekly ; Geo. Reeves, publisher; established 1857 ; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, size 15 x 22. 
See Advt. Fag-e i^2' Circ'n i}( 

CHATHAM, pop. 10,100, Co. Kent, on G. T. Ry., C. P. Ry., 

* Wabash Ry., Pere Marquette Ry., Chatham, Wallaceburg & Lake 
Erie Electric Radial Ry., and River Thames, 46 miles from Windsor 
and 60 miles from London ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : canning, flour, and woollen mills, engine, boiler and 
machine works, foundries, carriage factory, evaporator, incubator, 

. scales, office furniture and fatming mill factories, wheel works, 
spring- and axle works, etc., and the larg^est wag-on factories in the 
Dominion. Chief Shipments : grain, fruit, flour, lumber, wagons, 
machinery, ag^ricultural implements, farm produce and products of 
its manufactories. The town contains ten churches, colleges, 
schools, collegiate institute, convents, hospitals, public library of 
6,000 volumes, opera house seating 1,500, music hall seating 1,300, 
good skating^ and curling rink, public parks, municipal water works, 
electric light and fire department and natural gas supply. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Buxton, 
Louisville, Charing Cross, Mitchell's Bay, Rondeau and Paincourt. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday ; A. C. W^oodward, pub- 
lisher ; established 1862; liberal; subscription $4.00; eight to 
twelve pages, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n 1^ 

WEEKLY {Banner- Nezus), established 1862 ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve to sixteen pag^es, size 16 x 22. Circ'n 2% 

Advt.—The city of Chatham and Kerit County present an excellent market for 
exploitation. Chatham has twenty factories employing mayiy hundred people. 
Natural gas is furnished at a low rate. A large field of oil has been opened up in 
Kent County. The Daily News and Weekly Edition— The Banner News— have a 
large circulation, and can guarantee to reach the ear and eye ofjo,ooo consumers. 

See Advt. Page 90. 

PLANET, every evening except Sunday; S. Stephenson, pub- 
lisher ; established 1863 ; conservative; snbscription $4.00 ; eight 
pag-es, size 18 x 22. Circn i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1851 ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen pages, size 18 x 22. Circ'n 3^ 

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CANADIAN OIL AND GAS DERRICK, weekly; A. C. 
Woodward, publisher ; established 1907 ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. 

LE CANADIEN, weekly; Jas. G. Duval, manager and pub- 
lisher; established 1906; liberal; Monday; subscription $1.00; 
six to ten pages, size 13^ x 19. Circ'n yi 

See Advt. Page 62. 

POULTRY AND DOGS, monthly; J. R. Cote, editor and 
manager ; established 1906 ; poultry and dog interests ; subscrip- 
tion 10 cents ; 24 to 36 pages, size 8^ x 1 1^. Circ'n 1 1 % 

Advt. — A new monthly, devoted to the interests of Poultry and Dogs. Bright 
and Newsy — Practical — Popular, Circulation increasing very rapidly. Read by over 
SO,ooo thrifty people, well supplied with spending money. Write for sample copy and 
rates. See Advt. Page 43. 

CHATSWORTH, pop. 600, Co. Grey, on C. P. Ry., 9 miles S. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw 
and planing mills, foundry, etc. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, 
live stock, etc. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, 
four churches and public school. Sui rounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Holland Centre, Massie, Desboro 
and Williamsford. 

N EWS, weekly ; G. J. Blyth, editor and publisher ; established 
1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 14 X 20. 

CHESLEY, pop. 1,800, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River and G. T. 
Ry., 19 miles N. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, woollen and flour mills, foundry, furniture and 
bedstead factories. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, bark, felt 
goods, live stock and farm produce. The town contains, besides its 
mills, factories, etc., six churches, public and high schools and volun- 
teer fire brigade. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Dobbinton, Desboro and Elmwood. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. McDonald, editor and publisher; 
established 1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size i8 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

ASSO. PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE, monthly; S. H. 
McNeel, publisher; established 1858; religious; subscription $1.25; 
44 pages, size 6 x 8^. Circ'n yi 

C H ESTER VI LLE, pop. 950, Co. Dundas, on C.P.Ry. and Petite 
Nation River, 17^ miles from Morrisburg; Tel., T., Ex.,M.O., Banks. 
It has five churches, three hotels, separate and public schools, sash 
and door factory, foundry, tannery, roller, planing, shingle and saw 
- mills, large stores and a cold storage. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : North Winchester, Ormond, 
Connaught, Morewood, Berwick, Grantley, Beckstead, Dunbar, 
Finch, Crysler, Goldfield, Elma and Inkerman. 

RECORD, weekly ; T. T. Shaw, publisher ; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n i 

CLARE MO NT, pop. 500, Co. Ontario, on C. P. Ry., 28 miles N. E. 
of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 
Chief Shipments: grain and live stock. Besides its stores, the 
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skating rink, etc. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Greenwood, Goodwood, Whitevale, Balsam, Ashburn and 
Altona. 

.BANNER, weekly; C. A. Goodfellow, publisher; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday : subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Also publishes Whitby Gazette and IVhitby Chronicle. 

CLIFFORD, pop. 700, Co. Wellington, on Red River Creek and G. 
T. R., so miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw, woollen, planing and flour mills, evaporating, jelly 
and pump factories, machine shop and tanneries. Chief Shipments : 
grain, flour, live stock, lumber, bark. The town contains five 
churches, public schools and public hall seating 500. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Lakelet, 
Huntingfield, Alsfeldt, Drew, Belmore and Orchardville. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Jas. R. Aitchison, editor and publisher ; 
established 1893 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page. 46. 

CLINTON, pop. 2,800, Co. Huron, on G. T. Ry., 12 miles S. E. of 
Goderich,the county seat ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries; 
saw, flour and knitting mills, salt wells, organ factory, boys' clothing 
factory, planing mills and show case and thresher works. Chief 
Shipments: musical instruments, hides, clothing, stockings, threshers, 
show cases and office fixtures, building materials, cordage, agricul- 
tural implements, farm produce and salt. The town contains six 
churches, collegiate institute and public school, public library, and 
a hall seating 600. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Varna, Bayfield, Holmesville, Brucefield, Summerhill, 
Porter's Hill, Auburn, Kippen and Londesboro. 

NEW ERA, weekly ; Robt. Holmes, publisher; established 1865 ; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17)^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,850 

See Advt. Page 77. 

NEWS-RECORD, weekly; W. J. Mitchell, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 24 x 18. Circ'n \% 

See Advt. Page 72. 

COBALT, the site of the now famous mining camp in Nipissing 
District, New Ontario, on the shore of Lake Temiskaming ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industry: mining. Chief Shipments: 
silver and cobalt ore. The population is growing very rapidly. 

NUGGET, weekly ; R. H. C. Browne, editor; established 1906 ; 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 17^ x 22. 
See North Bay Tribune. 

COB DEN, pop. 750, Co. Renfrew, on Main Line of C.P.Ry., about 
100 miles N.W. of Ottawa, 18 miles from Renfrew and 20 miles from 
Pembroke ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour and 
lumber, the centre of one of the finest grain and stock raising districts 
in Ontario. Chief Shipments : flour, cheese, butter and live stock. 
The town contains five churches, schools, and town hall. Surround- 
ing villages where no papers are published : Forester's Falls, Haley's, 
Osceola and Beachburg. 

SUN, weekly; F. B. Elliott, publisher; established 1895; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 
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COBOL) RG, pop. 5,149, Co. Northumberland, on G. T. Ry., and 
* on Factory Creek, 69^ miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : woollen mills, railroad coach and freig-ht 
car factory and mattings factory. Chief Shipments : grain, beef 
cattle, hog's, cheese, horses, lumber, railway coaches and freigfht 
cars. The town contains six churches, colleg-iate institute, consoli- 
dated school and convent school, Y. M. C. A., library containing- 
1,000 volumes, public hall seating- 800. The town is noted for manu- 
facturing- fine railroad coaches and cars. Surrounding- towns and 
villag^es where no papers are published : Grafton Dale, Wicklow, 
Centreton, Eddystone, Baltimore and Harwood. 

SATURDAY MORNING POST, weekly ; Floyd & McGuire, 
editors and publishers ; established 1890 ; independent ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,060 

SENTINEL-STAR, weekly; Isaac Wilson, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1828; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht pag-es, 
size 17;^ X 22. Circ'n i^ 

WORLD, weekly ; Thos. B. Lapp, publisher; established 1866 ; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag^es, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n i 

COLBORNE, pop. 1,200, Co. Northumberland, on Lake Ontario and 
G.T.Ry., 15 miles E. of Cobourg-, 25 miles from Hasting-s, 84 miles 
from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour 
mill, canning- factories, soap factory, sash and door factory, foundry, 
barrel factory, machine shops, etc. Chief Shipments : gfrain, apples, 
live stock, farm produce, nursery stock and the products of its 
manufactories. The town contains four churches, high and public 
schools, public library and public hall. Steamboat to all lake points. 
Its streets are well laid out. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Castleton, Codrington, Wooler, Grafton 
and Baltimore. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; S. H. Gale, editor and pubHsher ; 
established 1882 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Geo. and H. S. Keyes, editors and pub 
Ushers ; established 1866 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

See Advt. , Page 94, 

OOLDWATER, pop. 800, Co. Simcoe, on Coldwater River, C.P. 
Ry., and G. T. Ry. i6 miles N. W. of Orillia , 30 miles N. of 
Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, saw 
and shingle mills. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, shingles, 
lumber, etc. The town contains three churches, schools, general 
stores, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Lovering, Medonte, Fesserton, Wyevale, Saurin, Uhthofi, 
Silver Creek and Waubaushene. 

PLANET, weekly; H. Chester, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1896 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17^^ x 22. Circ'n ^ 

COLLINGWOOD, pop. 7,500, C6. Simcoe, on the Georgian Bay 
and G. T. Ry., 90 miles N. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : elevators, saw, planing, flour and grist 
mills, pork packing, hosiery mills, foundries, tanneries, dry dock and 
steel ship building. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, pork, produce, 

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etc. The town contains seven churches, also public schools, colle- 
g-iate institute, free library containing- over 5,000 volumes, opera 
house seating" i,2qo, good fire and water department, and 
excellent steamboat service. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published: Nottawa, Duntroon, Batteau, Glen Huron, and Sing- 
hampton. 

BULLETIN, weekly; Bulletin Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1870 ; liberal ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 24 X 18. Circ'n zyi 

Also publishes Sattirday Nezus. 

ENTERPRISE MESSENGER, weekly ; W. A. Hog^g, pub- 
Usher; established 1857 ; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

SATURDAY NEWS, weekly; Bulletin Printing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1906 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription ; 
50 cents ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Collingzvood Bulletin. 

COMBER, pop. 1,000, Co. Essex, on the M.C.Ry., 31 miles E. from 
Detroit, 15 miles E. of Essex, and 14 miles north of Leaming^ton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, planing-, stave, 
heading and flour mills and furniture factories. Chief Shipments : 
furniture, barrels, flour, g-rain and produce. It contains, besides 
various mills and factories, three churches, school, etc. Surrounding- 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Stoney Point, 
Staples, Haycroft, Woodslee, Quinn, Strangfield, Windfall and Rus- 
comb Station. 

HERALD, weekly; Chas. Clark, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1 88 1 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. . Circ'n )/i^ 

COOKSTOWN, pop. 900, Co. Simcoe, a thriving- station on the 
Hamilton & N. W. Div. of G.T. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour mill, sash and door factory, machine 
shop, saw and planing mill. It contains three churches, Anglican, 
Methodist and Presbyterian, six stores and two hotels. Surround- 
ing- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Newton, Robinson, Deerhurst, Killyleagh, Gilford, Bondhead, 
Bell Ewart, Egbert, Nicolstoh, Elm Grove and Thornton. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; H. M. Moore, publisher ; established 
1898 ; conservative; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
22 X 15. Circ'n ^ 

COPPER CLIFF, pop. 2,000, District of Nipissing-, on Sault Ste. 
Marie Branch of C. P. Ry., 5 miles from Sudbury; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industry : mining. Chief Shipment : copper. The 
village has several stores. ' 

COURIER AND MINERS' NEWS, weekly; J. J. Pratt, 
editor and publisher ; established 1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1 .00 ; eight pagfes, size 20 x i3>^. Circ'n % 

CORNWALL, pop. 8,000, Co. Stormont, on the St. Lawrence River, 
* Cornwall Canal, G. T. Ry. and O. & N. Y. Ry., 67)^ miles from 
Montreal, 105 miles from Kingston ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : cotton, woollen, flour, gfrist, paper and pulp mills, 
pottery, foundries, furniture, chair and lacrosse stick factories. 
Chief Shipments : grain, stone, live stock, lumber, farm produce, 
cottons, furniture, chairs, pottery, etc. The town contains nine 

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churches, two hospitals, high, public and separate schools, and a 
music hall seating^ 1,000. Its streets are wide, straight and well 
kept, lighted by electric light ; it has good water, fire and police 
departments^ and several fine hotels. There is an excellent electric 
street railway service from all depots to all parts of the town. The 
post office is one of the finest in Eastern Ontario. Cornwall is also 
a port of call for river and lake steamers. The Cornwall Canal 
furnishes a magnificent water power for a large number of mills. 
The electric plant of the St. Lawrence Power Co. is situated four 
miles above the town, furnishing power for factories and electric 
light for canal. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Williamstown, Monkland, Wales, Aultsville, Avon- 
more, Moulinette, Summerstown, Martintown, Mille Roches and 
Osnabruck Centre. 

FREEHOLDER, weekly ; C. W. Young, publisher ; established 
1846 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 17^ X24. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,827* 
See Advt, Page 102. 

STAN DARD, weekly ; W. Gibbens, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1872 ; liberal-conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,800 

Advt. — The Standard has the largest circulation of any paper published in the 
United Counties 0/ Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. Our press room is 
always open to the public, and there is a standing invitation to advertisers to call 
or send their agents on publication day to satisfy themselves that this statement is 
correct. See Advt. Page 44. 

CREEMORE, pop. 750, Co. Simcoe, on Mad River and G.T.Ry., 22 
miles W. of Barrie; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour mill, planing mill, agricultural implements factory, woollen mill 
and apple evaporator. Chief Shipments : live stock, grain, flour, 
fruit and farm produce. The town contains four churches, schools, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Baoda, Dunedin, Glencairn and Avening. 

STAR, weekly; A. H. Watson, editor and publisher ; established 
1886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n yi 

DELHI, pop, 975, Co. Norfolk, on River Rowan andG.T.R., 90 miles 
from Toronto, 12 miles W. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : canning and cheese factories, flour, saw, lumber 
and planing mills, tanneries, robe, mitt, glove and hosiery factories, 
etc. Chief Shipments : the products of its factories. The town 
contains four churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Hawtrey, Windham Centre, 
La Salette, Courtland, Nixon and Lynedock. 

REPORTER, weekly; W. Pemberton, editor and publisher; 
established 1887 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n yz 

DELTA, pop. 500, Co. Leeds, on the B. & W. Ry., 30 miles N. W. of 
Brockville; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and 
dairying. Chief Shipments : cheese, butter and grain. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Forfar, Elgin, 
Harlem, Frankville, Lyndhurst and Morton. 

PI LOT, weekly ; Geo. W. Conners, editor and proprietor ; 
established 1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n yi 

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DESERONTO, pop. 3,338, Co. Hastings, on Bay of Quinte, at 
mouth of Napanee River; G. T. Ry. and Bay of Quinte Ry. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Steamer connection with all points. Chief 
Industries : lumber manufacturing- in all its departments, car shops, 
ship yards, chemical works, furniture factory, marine railway, flour 
mills, locomotive works, foundry and iron smelting works. Chief 
Shipments : lumber, building materials, Portland cement, cars, iron, 
railway supplies, furniture, grain and produce. The town contains 
six churches, public and high schools and a town hall seating 400 
and opera house seating 800. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Shannonville, Melrose, Solmesville, 
Demorestville, Northport, Read, Milltown, Marysville, Lonsdale and 
Kingsford. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Deseronto News Co. Ltd., publishers; 
established 1883 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to sixteen pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 54. 

DRAYTON, pop. 900, Co. Wellington, on G. T. Ry. and Conestogo 
River, 30 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : door and sash factories, shoe and over-gaiter factory, 
very extensive tile works, saw and flour mills and carriage works. 
Chief Shipments : grain, live stock and produce. The town contains 
five churches, a school, free library containing 2,500 volumes, town 
hall seating 300 and electric light plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Goldstone, Parker, Bos- 
worth, Hallin, Moorefield, Stirton and Glenallan. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Jabez Coram, editor and publisher ; es- 
tablished 1890 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 6oc. ; four 
pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,418 

DRESDEN, pop. 1,613, Co. Kent, on Sydenham River and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 12 miles N. of Chatham, the county town ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, shipping, hoop and 
stave making and bent wood, hub, spoke, saw and planing mills, 
foundry, flour mills, etc. Chief Shipments : grain, bent wood, 
cordwood, lumber and produce. The town contains five churches, 
two schools, and town hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Dawn Mills, Keith, Kent 
Bridge, Oldfield and Croton. 

TIMES, weekly; Wells & Co., editors and publishers; estab- 
lished 1872 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13 x 22. Circ'n % 

DRUMBO, pop. 500, Co. Oxford on G. T. and C. P. Ry's., 18 miles 
from Woodstock, 18 miles from Brantford and 25 miles from Strat- 
ford. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, awn- 
ings, tents and fire escapes. Chief Shipments : grain, turnips and 
cattle. Besides its stores, etc., the village contains four churches, 
library, public and high schools. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Princeton, Wolverton, Richwood, 
Chesterfield, Washington, Bright, Innerkip, Gobies, Showers, Cann- 
ing and Blandford Station. 

BEAVER, weekly; E. W. Johnston, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; four pages, 
size ^zYt X 20. Circ'n % 

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DRYDEN, pop. 450, Rainy River District, on main line of C. P. Ry., 
midway between Winnipeg- and Fort William ; Tel., Ex.,M. O. 
Chief Industry : farming. Dryden is the centre of a fertile farming 
reg-ion, and a few miles south are the gold mines of the mineral belt. 
It has three churches, two schools, two hotels, and a private bank. 
Surroundings towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Oxdrift, Eag-le River, Notman and Vermillion Bay. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; Jas. Osborne, editor; established 1905; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pag^es, size 
13 X 20. See Wabig^oon Star. 

DUNDALK, pop. 900, Co. Grey, on the C. P. Ry., 40 miles S.E. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: farm- 
ing, flour, woollen, saw and planing- mills. Chief Shipments : g-rain, 
lumber, produce, etc. The town contains four churches, public 
schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are 
published : Hopeville, Shrigley, Badjeros, Priceville, Maybourne, 
Horning-'s Mills, Proton Station, Corbetton, Ventry, Riverview, 
Cedarville, Ceylon and Swinton Park. 

HERALD, weekly; J. R. Mclntyre, editor and publisher; 
established 1880; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 18 x 25. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,100 

UUNDAo, pop. 4,000, Co. Wentworth, on Desjardins Canal, T. H. & 
B. Ry. and G. T. Ry., 5 miles W. of Hamilton, connected by elec- 
tric railway, and 25 miles from Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : canister, woollen and paper mills, axe factory and 
g^love works, mill machinery and supplies. Chief Shipments : mill 
machinery, woollen and knitted goods, gloves, acetylene gas plants, 
and other products of the factories. The town contains five 
churches, high, public and separate schools, public library, town hall, 
water, natural g^as, and electric lig-ht works and fire department. 
Surrounding villages where no papers .are published ; Copetown, 
Troy, Greensville, Ancaster, West Flamboro and Waterdown. 

BANNER, weekly; Banner Printing- Co., publishers, Wm. 
Robertson, editor ; established 1858 ; liberal ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,350 

STAR, weekly ; Thos. W. Whalley, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1875 5 liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, l,015"Ar 

See Advt. Page 32. 

WENTWORTH LIGHT, weekly; N. H. Boden, publisher; 
established 1901 ; liberal ; Thursday ; eig-ht pages, size 
15 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

DUNNVILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. Haldimand, on Lake Erie and the 
B.&G. branch G.T.Ry. 15 miles S.E. of Cay ug-a, 40 miles S.E. of Ha- 
milton, and 40 miles by water W. of Buffalo, N. Y. Tel., T., 
Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour and woollen mills, 
knitting, hammock and sash and blind factories, agricultural 
implement, saw and planing mills, foundries, machine shops, etc. 
Chief Shipments : grain, flour, farm produce, furniture, leather, fish 
and woollen g-oods. The town contains five churches, public schools, 
opera house, public library, and has fine water power, fire 

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brig-ade and electric ligfht, waterworks and natural g-as. Surround- 
ing towns and villag-es where no papers are published: Port Maitland, 
Byng, Selkirk, Canfield, and Attercliffe Station. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; W. A. Fry, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1896; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 17)^ X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to April 30, 1907, 1,412* 

GAZETTE, weekly; David Hastings, publisher; established 
1870 ; Friday ; liberal-conservative ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n yi 

REFORM PRESS, weekly; W. L. Weatherby, editor and 
publisher ; established 1872 ; reform ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

DURHAM, pop, 1,800, Co. Grey, on Saug-een River and G.T. Ry., 
28 miles S. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : grist, saw and woollen mills, sash, furniture, wood- 
working, wagon and cream separator factories, cement works and 
foundry. Chief Shipments : timber, live stock, grain, wagons, 
building material and cement. The town contains four churches, 
public school, public library with 4,500 volumes, town hall seating 
400. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Priceville, Varney, Allan Park, Dornoch, Neustadt, 
Orchard, Williamsford and Traverston. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; W. Irwin, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1867 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,700 

^ee Advt. Page 45. 

REVIEW, weekly; Charles Ramage, editor and publisher; 
established 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 17^ by 22. Circ'n i 

DUTTON, pop. 900, Co. Elgin, on the M.C. Ry. and Pere Marquette 
Ry., 20 miles S.W. of St. Thomas; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : milling, stave factory, lumbering and agricul- 
tural implements. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, farip produce 
and live stock. The town contains four churches, also high and 
public schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Shedden, lona, Wallacetown, West Lome, 
Tyrconnell, Fingal, Lawrence, and Eagle. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Blue and Smith, editors and publishers; 
established 1889; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

EAST TORONTO, pop. 2,000 ; York Co.— A residential suburb 
of Toronto, with which it is connected by electric car service. 

STAN DARD, weekly ; G. S. MacDonald, publisher ; established 
1896 ; Saturday; subscription $i.oo ; four pages, size i6 x 24. 

Circ'n 2}^ 

EGANVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Renfrew, on Bonnechere River, 25 
miles S. of Pembroke; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
lumbering, farming, woollen, carding, saw, planing and flour mills and 
furniture factory. Chief Shipments: grain, live stock, lumber 
and produce. The town contains six churches, public schools, etc. 
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Combermere, Brudenell, Rocking-ham, Osceola, Killaloe, Douglas, 
Barry's Bay, Golden Lake, Tramore, Killaloe Station and 
Micksburg-. 

LEADER, weekly ; P. McHug-h, publisher; established 1902; 
independent-liberal; Friday; subscription $i.oo;eig-ht pages, size 
15 X 22. See Advt. Pa^e 46. Circ'n i^ 

STAR-ENTERPRISE, weekly; Dan. A. Jones, publisher; 
established 1878; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 months, to Dec. 31st, 1906, 1,600 

ELMIRA, pop. 1,550, Co. Waterloo, on the Canagagigue River, 12 
miles N. of Berlin ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
woollen, flour, saw and planing mills, foundry and machine shops, 
furniture and felt shoe factories, etc. Chief Shipments : grain, live 
stock and produce and manufactured goods. The town contains five 
churches, public schools, town hall and public library. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Yatton, Glen 
Allen, Weissenburg, St. Jacobs, Winterbourne, Hawkesville, 
Floradale, Heidelberg, Conestogo, West Montrose and Winfield. 

ADVERTISER, semi-weekly ; C. W. Schierholtz, pubHsher ; 
established 1882 ; independent ; Wednesday and Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 46. 

SIGNET, weekly; Geo. Klinck, publisher; established 1893; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription 50c ; 8 pages, size 15 x 22. 
See Advt. Page 50. ' Circ'n 1 

ELMVALE, pop. 800, Co. Simcoe, on G. T. Ry., 18 miles N. W. of 
Barrie, the county seat, 17 miles S. of Penetanguishene ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour mills, saw, shingle mills 
and planing factories. Chief Shipments : flour, lumber, agricultural 
products and live stock. The town contains, besides general 
stores, three churches and three hotels, and first-class public 
schools. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Waverley, Wyebridge, Hillsdale, Phelpston and 
Wyevale. 

LANCE, weekly; Walls Bros., publishers; established 1901 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
17)^ X 22. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 months to Dec. 31st, 1906, 919* 

tLORA, pop. 1,400, Co. Wellington, on C. P. Ry., G. T. R., and at the 
Junction of the Grand and Irvine Rivers, 13 miles N. W. of Guelph. 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : three furniture 
factories, foundry, woollen, flour and saw mills, and farming. Chief 
Shipments : live stock, farm produce and products of factories. 
The town contains four churches, high and public schools, armory, 
water and fire department. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Salem, Alma, Floradale, Pentland, Stirton 
Creek, Inverhaugh and Aboyne. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; R. E. Mills, publisher; established 1859; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

EMBRO, pop. 627, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, on C. P. Ry., and 
10 miles W. of Woodstock. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
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stock, grain, flax, flour, lumber and farm produce. The town con- 
tains four churches, public school and opera house. Surrounding- 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Beachville, Brook- 
dale, Youngsville, Maplewood and Nissouri. 

COURIER, weekly; O. M. Alger, editor; The Courier 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1880 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

ERIN, pop. 800, Co. Wellington, on Credit River, on C. P. Ry., and 
20 miles N. E. ofGuelph; Tel.,T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
grist, planing, knitting, flour, saw and woollen mills, two grain eleva- 
tors, stone quarries and lime kilns, sash and door factories. Chief 
Shipments : stock, grain, farm produce, etc. Erin is the centre of 
the great stock-raising district. The village contains five churches, 
public and high schools, and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Belfountain, 
Cataract, Alton, Inglewood, Terra Cotta, Orton, Tullamore, Charles- 
ton, Ospringe, Cheltenham and Ballingford. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. Hull, publisher ; established i8t'^ 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
22 x 15. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, lo*" 

See Advt, Page 60. 

ESSEX, pop. 1,700, Co. Essex, on M.C.Ry.; Tel., "^ 
Banks. Chief Industries: canning factory, boil*^- 
flax, hemp, flour, stave, planing and saw mills 
tories and foundry. Chief Shipments : cannec^ 
ware, tobacco, farm produce, brick and t^' 
five churches, high and public schools, pu' 
and electric light. Surrounding villag 
published : Blytheswood, Olinda, Vert 
Maidstone, Sandwich, South Woodslee 
ven, Edgar Mills and McGregor. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; Brett .- 
established 1878 ; independent ; F 
pages, size 18 x 22. 

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EXETER, pop. 1,950, Co. Hur 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks, 
salt well, flour, saw, planing, 
canning factory. Chief f 
town contains four churcl 
rounding towns and village, 
ville, Kirkton, Farquhar, -e 

Centralia. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Sanders & Creech 
lished 1887 ; liberal-conserVative ; Thursday ; s 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

TIMES, weekly; Exeter Times Printing Co., Li 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscripti 
eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

FENELON FALLS, pop. 1,500, Co. Victoria, on the Fenelon Ri. 
andG.T.Ry., 14 miles N. of Lindsay. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : saw, shingle and chemical mills. Chief Ship- 
ments : timber, ties, telegraph poles, lumber, wood alcohol, acetate 

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of lime and live stock. The town contains five churches, public 
schools, public library, Board of Trade and municipally owned 
electric light and power plant. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dunsford, Hartley, Islay and 
Cambray. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; E. D. Hand, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1873 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
20 X 13. Circ'n ^ 

STAR, weekly; R.J. Moore, editor and publisher ; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 20 X 13. Circ'n ^ 

FERGUS, pop. 1,800, Co. Wellington, on Grand River and G. T. 

Ry., and C. P. R., 13 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 

Banks. Chief Industries : flour, oatmeal, peas and pot barley and 

saw mills, carriage and implement shops, planing mill, seed grain 

separator factory, hay fork and litter carrier factory, lime and stone 

quarries, and electric light and power plant. Chief Shipments : 

"•rain, oatmeal, live stock, flour, lime and farm produce. The town 

itains five churches, high and public schools, town hall and a 

" library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 

lished : Belwood, Orton, Cumnock and Alma. 

'-RECORD, weekly; J. C. Templin, editor and pro- 
i.blished 1858; independent-reform; Thursday; subscrip- 
-ht pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

^e 96. 

-^. 750, Co. Grey, on Boyne River and C.P.Ry. , 

"ound; Tel.,T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indu^ 

planing mills. Chief Shipments : flour, grain, 

iduce. The village contains three churches 

towns and villages where no papers are 

ioge. Maxwell, Kimberley and Proton. 

H. Thurston, editor and publisher ; es- 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 

Circ'n ^ 

on, on the east branch of Syden- 

othwell Station; Tel., Ex., M.O. 

nill and furniture factory. Chief 

in. The town contains besides 

'■•otels. 

publisher; established 1896; 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 

Circ'n % 

00, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River, and on the 

\V. of Harriston and 55 miles from Orangeville ; 

.0., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and plan- 

.se and butter factories. Chief Shipments : grain, 

stock, cheese and butter. The village contains 

.lurches, public school, several stores, town hall, public 

J and hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 

. published : Newbridge, Lakelet, Molesworth, Belmore and 

..vurtzville. 

RECORD, weekly; Wm. Watters, publisher; established 1896; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
17 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

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FOREST, pop. 2,000, Co. Lambton, onG.T.Ry., 22 miles N.E. of Sar- 
nia; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : implement works, 
concrete block works, flax, flour, saw and planing- mills and foundry. 
Chief Shipments : flour, grain, live stock, lumber and produce. 
The town contains seven churches, also schools, town hall seating- 
600, and public library. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Ravenswood, Aberarder, Warwick and Camlachie. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; H. J. Pettypiece, editor and publisher ; 
established 1879; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,808* 

STANDARD, weekly ; The Forest Standard Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; independent ; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pages, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n i^ 

FORT ERIE, pop. 1,000, Co. Welland, on G. T. Ry., M. C. Ry. and 
.T. H. and B. Ry., opposite Buifalo, N. Y., on the Niagara River. 
Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. The town contains five churches, 
several stores, lubricating oil factory, public school and public 
library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Stevensville, Humberstone, Ridgeway, Mulgrove and 
Chippewa. 

TIMES, weekly; Review Ptg-. Co., publishers; established 
1894; independent; Thursday; subscription, $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. See Bridgehurg Revieiv. 

FORT FRANCES, pop. i,6oo. Rainy River District, on Canada 
Northern Railway, Duluth, Rainy Lake and Winnipeg- Ry., and 
N. P. Ry., at terminus of navigation head waters of Rainy 
River; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: lumbering-, mining 
and farming, saw mills, furniture factory, foundry, cement and 
building stone works. Chief Shipments : ore, timber and grain, 
building stone, brick, etc. The town has schools, churches, several 
stores, and there is water power in process of development with a 
capacity of 60,000 horse-power. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Mine Centre, Devlin, Boxalder, 
La Vallee, Big Fork, Isherwood and Crbzier. 

TIMES AND RAINY LAKE HERALD, weekly; J. A. 
Osborne, publisher and editor ; established 1894 ; independent ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 78. 

Also publishes Rainy River Gazette. 

FORT WILLIAM, pop. 12,000, Thunder Bay District, on Kaministi- 
qua River, at the head of Lake Superior,, the lake terminus of the 
C. P. Ry. and of the Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., and the terminal of 
the Can. Nor. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. The gateway of 
the Northwest. Chief Industries : iron and foundry plant, brick 
manufacturing:, saw and planing mills, sash and door factories, stove 
foundry, broom and brush factory, flour mills. The centre of the 
mining district. Chief Shipments : grain, bricks, stones, etc., and 
minerals. It has the largest grain elevator on the continent, which, 
with others, give a combined capacity of about 14,000,000 bushels ; 
35,000 h.p. of electric energy is being developed at Kakabeka Falls 
near by, and 15,000 h.p. is now being- distributed to manufacturers 
in the city. The C. P. R. pay roll in Fort William for 1906 was 
$929,000. Fort William has a street railway, water works, electric 
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here annually, and customs collections amount to $400,000 a year. 
Surrounding" towns and villagfes where no papers are published : 
Mackenzie, Pearl River, Murillo, Dexter, Ross Port, Slate River, 
Ignace, White River and Schreiber. 

HERALD, every morning- except Sunday ; Herald Printing- Co. , 
publishers ; established 1906 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; six pag-es 
up, size 16 X 22. 

TIMES-JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday; Superior 
Printing- Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1893; independent; 
subscription $3.00 ; six to sixteen pag-es, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag^e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,69*7* 

WEEKLY, established 1886; Saturday ; subscription $1.00; four 
to six pages, size 22 x 15. Circ'n Yz 

Advt. — The Times-Journal has maintained its position as the leading newspaper 
at the head of the Great Lakes. Circulation books open to all. Controls the field 
from an advertising standpoint, and reaches all classes. Has a branch office in 
Port Arthur, and also reaches the outlying settlements. Local advertisers give it 
great Praise, and it carries some of the best outside advertising. See Advt. Page 57. 

GALT, pop. 10,350, Co. Waterloo, on Grand River and Mill Creek and 
C.P.R., G.T.Ry., Gait and Elmira Ry., and Gait, Preston and 
Hespeler Electric Ry., 13 miles S.K. of Berlin and 25 miles N.W. 
of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex.,M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
oatmeal, saw, planing- and wo^ollen mills, foundries, iron machinery 
works, edg-e tool works, hub and spoke works, brass and iron bed- 
stead factories, eng-ine and boiler works, saw and safe works, 
knitting and shoe factories. Chief Shipments : grain, flour, cast- 
ings, saws of all descriptions, safes and machinery. The town con- 
tains nine churches (having one of the largest Presbyterian churches 
in Canada), schools, music hall, public library, town hall, collegiate 
institute, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Blair, Branchton, Clyde, Dover, Glen Morris, Kossuth, 
Roseville, Strasburg, Rockton, Sheffield, Troy, Kirkwall, Breslau, 
New Dundee, Westover, Baden and Freeport. 

REFORM ER, every evening except Sunday ; Reformer Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; A. E. Bradwin, Bus. Manager and Editor; 
established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, size 
i5>^ X 22. 

WEEKLY, established 1848; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; 
twelve pages, size 17)^ x 22. 
See Advt. Page 81. 

REPORTER, every evening except Sunday; Jaffray Bros., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1896 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight pages, size 16 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,735* 

WEEKLY, established 1846; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 24 x 20. Circ'n 2 

GANANOQUE, pop. 4,000, Co. Leeds, on G. T. Ry., and Thousand 
Island Ry. The town is situated at the junction of St. Lawrence 
and Gananoque Rivers, 32 miles W. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : carriage, axle, rivet, spring, agri- 
cultural implements, nail, hinge and copper works, corset steel 
factory and flour mills. Chief Shipments : grain and farm produce, 
and the products of its various manufactories and mills. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, opera house, two 
music halls, has fire brigade, water works and sewerage system, 
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Montreal and intermediate points. Gananoque is the Canadian 
Gateway to the Thousand Islands, and an important summer resort, 
and from June to September its population is in consequence larg-ely 
increased. Surrounding- villag-es where no papers are published : 
Lansdowne, Lyndhurst, Washburn, South Lake, Rockport, Morton, 
Mallorytown and Elgin. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Jas. A. Thomson, editor and publisher; 
established 1883; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. 

.Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,000 

REPORTER, weekly ; B. O. Britton, editor and publisher ; 
established i860 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt, Page 66. 

GEORGETOWN, pop. 1,590, Co. Halton, on the River Credit and 
G. T. Ry., 30 miles west of Toronto and 36 miles N.W. of Hamilton; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: paper mills, boot 
and shoe factory, planing mills, knitting machine factories, type 
writer, dynamo, water motor, gasoline engine, cotton batting, hosiery 
and woollen factories, lime kilns, foundry and stone quarries. Chief 
Shipments : grain, stone, lime, paper, knitting machines, boots and 
shoes and other products. It contains six churches of different 
denominations, high and public schools, three well equipped hotels, 
town, masonic and oddfellows' halls and public library. Sur- 
rounding villages where no papers are published : Glen Williams, 
Norval, Stewarton, Ballinafad, Limehouse, Salmonville and 
Ashgrove. 

HERALD, weekly ; R. D. Warren, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1865 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, size 19^^ x 27. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 60. 

GLENGOE, pop. 1,175, Co. Middlesex, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 
30 miles S. W. of London ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : knitting factory, saw mill, sash and door factory, 
woodenware factory, foundry, woollen mill, creamery and farming. 
Chief Shipments : fruit and farm produce, live stock and products of 
its several manufactories. The town contains four churches, high 
and public schools, public library of 2,000 volumes, a good public 
hall ; it is lighted by electric light. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Appin, Melbourne, Middlemiss, 
Wardsville, Napier, Mayfair, Newbury, Strathburn and Kilmartin. 

TRANSCRIPT, weekly ; A. E. Sutherland, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1870 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,350 

GODERICH, pop. 4,500, Co. Huron, on G. T. Ry. and C. P. Ry., 
* Lake Huron and River Maitland, 63 miles from London and 125 
miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
salt works, flour mills, machine and carriage shops, marine and 
stationary engine works, foundry, organ, furniture, knitting and 
ready made clothing factories, stave and barrel factories, two grain 
elevators, saw mill, manufactory of railway supplies, and one oi 
the deepest and safest harbors on the great lakes. Chief Ship- 
ments : flour, salt, lumber, grain, fish, live stock, manufactured 
articles, fruit, dairy products, etc. The town contains six churches, 
several hotels, high and public schools, a public library, public hall, 
electric light, water works and sewage system, fire brigade, and 

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is the larg^est fishing place on the lake. It is also a popular summer 
resort, with steamer connections north and south on Lake Huron. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Bayfield, Nile, Port Albert, Auburn, Dungannon, Benmiller, Salt- 
Ford, Carlow and Kintail. 

SIGNAL, weekly; Vanatter & Robertson, publishers; established 
1848; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,930* 

See Advt. Page 77. 

STAR, weekly ; Mitchell and Todd, publishers ; established 
1859; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight to ten 
pages, size 20 x 26^. Circ'n i^ 

GORE BAY, pop. 1,000, Algoma District, on the Georgian Bay, and 
Grand Manitoulin Island, 90 miles S.E. of Sault St. Marie ; steam- 
boats call during the season of navigation; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw, planing and flour mills, and pump factory. 
Chief Shipments : fish, lumber and flour. The town contains four 
churches and a good public school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Meldrum Bay, Britainville, Provi- 
dence Bay, Morrisville, Honora and Kagawong. 

CONSERVATOR, weekly; R. R. McKessock, proprietor, 
A. R. Ennis, editor and manager; established 1898; conservative; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 775 

MANITOULIN GUIDE, weekly; W. G. White, publisher; 
established 1877; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 13)^ x 20. Circ'n % 

MANITOULIN REFORMER, weekly; Manitoulin Reformer 
Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 606 

GORRIE, pop. 400, Co. Huron, on the Maitland Riverand C.P.Ry., 50 
miles N.E. of Goderich; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
flour, saw and planing mills, excelsior factory, carriage and pump 
factories. Chief Shipments: grain, flour, pumps, carriages and farm 
produce. The village contains four churches, public schools, town 
hall and two society halls. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Lakelet, Newbridge, Morrisbank, Moles- 
worth and Belmore. 

VIDETTE, weekly ; W. J. Sharpin, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1885 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

GRAND VALLEY, pop. 750, Co. Dufferin, on Grand River, and 
C.P.Ry., 12 miles N. of Orangeville ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries: carriage and pump factories, saw, flour, planing, 
shingle and lath mills. Chief Shipments : lumber, laths, shingles, 
grain, produce and live stock. The village contains four churches 
and public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Colbeck, Monticello, Waldemar, Belwood, Marsville, 
Laurel, Bowling Green, Hereward, Kaldon, Orton and Damascus. 

STAR AND VIDETTE, weekly ; W. Logan Craig, editor and 
publisher ; established 1886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,104* 

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GRAVEN HURST, pop. 2,500, Muskoka District, on Muskoka 
Lake, and the G.T.Ry., ii fniles S.W. of Bracebridge, 25 miles N. 
of Orillia ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering-, 
saw and planing- mills, foundry and chair factory. Chief Shipments : 
lumber, laths, shingles, dental and barber chairs, wire furniture 
and farm produce. The town contains five churches, high and 
public schools, and a free library. It has an international 
reputation as a health resort. The National Sanitorium for 
Consumption is located here. It is the gateway to the Mus- 
koka Lakes, in which steamers run daily during season of 
navigation. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Severn, Washago, Rosseau, Port Carling, Bala, 
Port Sandfield, Barkway, Uffing^on, Windermere and Beaumaris. 

BANNER, weekly; D. J. Grant, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1880; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 22 x 15. Circ'n % 

HERALD, weekly; A. E. Mark, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Pag^e 52. 

GRIMSBY, pop. 1,300, Co. Lincoln, on Lake Ontario and G. T. Ry., 
half way between Hamilton and St. Catharines. Connected with 
Hamilton by H. G. & B. Electric Railway; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : flour and saw mills, basket and canning 
factories, evaporators and nurseries, agricultural implement works, 
stove foundry and stone quarries. Chief shipments : grain, live . 
stock, baskets, stoves and fruit. The town contains five churches, 
free public library containing 5,000 volumes, high and public schools, 
g-ood fire department, electric light and waterworks. It is the 
centre of a fine fruit district and a favorite camping ground, having- 
the annual Methodist camp in Grimsby Park. Surrounding- towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Jordan, Stoney Creek, 
Campden, Smithville and Winona. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly ; Jas. A. Livingston, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1885; independent; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 13^ x 20. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,132* 

(Dated at Grimsby, Beamsville and Smithville.) 

WEEKLY FRUIT GROWER, MARKET GARDENER AND 

POULTRYMAN, weekly ; Fruit Grower Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1907; market gardening, etc.; subscription $1.00; 
twenty pages, size 8)^ x 12. 
See Advt. Page 80. 

GUELPH, pop. 13,500 ; Co. Wellington, on the River Speed, C. P. Ry., 
and G. T. Ry., 28 miles N.E. of Hamilton; Tel., T., Ex.,M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : sewing machine, organ and piano, 
carriage, lawn-mower, hardware, cream separator, agricultural 
implement, furniture, hosiery and carpet factories, flour mills, iron 
tubing mills, stoves and furnaces, and gasoline engine factories. 
Chief Shipments : grain, produce, live stock, limestone, and the 
product of its manufactories. The city contains thirteen churches, 
collegiate institute, colleges, schools, fine public buildings, water- 
works, fire department, free library containing- 5,000 volumes, etc., 
and the celebrated " Ontario Agricultural College " ; is lighted by 
gas and electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Rockwood, Eden Mills, Arkel, Blair, Doon, 

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Limehouse, Belwood, New Germany, Alma, Winterbourne, Ballina- 
fad, Morriston, Aberfoyle, Marden and Ospringe. 

HERALD, every evening- except Sunday ; H. Gummer, editor 
and publisher ; established 1872, conservative ; subscription $4.00 ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 17^^ x 24. Circ'n i}i 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1847 ; conservative ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; twelve to sixteen pag-es, size 15 x 24. Circ'n 4^^ 
Also publishes Canadian Forester and Chosen Friend. 

MERCURY AND ADVERTISER, every evening- except Sun- 
day ; J. I. Mcintosh, editor and publisher ; established 1867 ; liberal ; 
subscription $4.00 ; six to twelve pag-es, size 17}^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,166* 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1844 ; liberal ; subscription 
$1.00 ; twelve to sixteen pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 4,860* 
See Advt. Page 82. 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE REVIEW, 

monthly ; Committee of the Students of the Ontario Ag^ricultural 
Collegfe, editors and publishers ; established 1889 ; colleg^e and 
ag-ricultural ; subscription 50c. ; eighty pages, size 6^ x 9^. A 
colleg-e paper, issued only during colleg-iate year. 

CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST, monthly; Entomological 
Society of Ontario, publishers ; C. J. S. Bethune, editor ; established 
1868 ; scientific ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six pages, size 6x9. 

Circ'n yz 

CANADIAN FORESTER, monthly; H. Gummer, editor and 
publisher ; established 1881 ; organ of Canadian Order of Foresters; 
subscription 50c. ; eight pages, size 18 x 12. Does not insert adver- 
tiseme?its. 

CHOSEN FRIEND, monthly; H. Gummer, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1890; organ of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends ; 
subscription 50c.; eight pages, size 14 x 12. Does not insert 
advertisements. 

HAGERSVILLE, pop. 1,300,00. Haldimand, on the G.T.R. and Mi- 

chigan Central Ry., 25 miles from Hamilton; Tel., T., Ex., M.O. 
Bank. Chief Industries : agricultural implement and repair shops, 
grist mills and stone quarries. Chief Shipments : agricultural imple- 
ments, stone and lumber. The town contains, besides its mills and 
stores, four churches and three hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Cheapside, Erie, Foreman 
Garnet, Nanticoke, Nober, Selkirk and Springvale. 

N EWS, weekly ; D. & W. H. Seymour, publishers ; established 
1888; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

HAILEYBURY, pop. 3,000, Dist. of Nipissing, on Lake 
Temiskaming, and on T. & N. O. Ry., io8 miles N. of North Bay. 
Point of call for Steamers of Temiskaming Nav. Co.; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. De Forest Wireless Telegraph Station. Chief Industries : 
saw mill, planing mills. Chief Shipments : lumber and supplies to 
Cobalt mining camps. The town has, besides its stores, five 
churches, public school. Government wharf, Mining Recorder's 
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installed. Being- the nearest town to Cobalt, and the distributing 
centre for the mining district, Haileybury is gfrowing- rapidly. 

SILVER CITY NEWS, semi-weekly; Silver City News, Ltd., 
publishers; established 1907; independent; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

HAILEYBURIAN and Temiskaming- Mining Journal, weekly; 
C. C. Farr, publisher ; established 1904 ; conservative ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 20 x 28. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 82. 

HAMILTON, pop. 70,000, Co. Wentworth, on Hamilton Bay, 2 
* miles S. of Lake Ontario, 39 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Connections : various steamboat lines, G.T.R., T. H. 
& B. R. and C.P.R. ; H. & D., H. G. & B. and Hamilton 
Radial Electric Railways, supplied with unlimited electric 
power, connect the citv with Dundas, Grimsby, Beamsville and 
Burlington, east of city, centre of the g-reat Fruit District. 
Chief Industries : International (Deering Div.) Harvester Co., 
Canadian Westinghouse Co., blast furnaces, smelting 
works, stove and implement works, machinery, water and 
g-as pipes, cotton mills, furniture, saw and planing- mills, 
rolling mills, bolt and tack works, pottery, breweries, clothing-, 
eng-ines, glass, screw, sewing machine, scales, boot and shoe 
factories, etc. Surrounding country contains many fine fruit 
farms. Chief Shipments : live stock, fruits, stoves, rolled 
iron, nails and screws, g-rain, flour and products of its various 
manufactories. The city contains several fine public buildings and 
well-built churches, a high school, twenty public schools, four separ- 
ate schools whose system is very complete, Y. M. C. 
A. hall, various public and masonic and oddfellows' halls, finest 
insane asylum in Ontario, two opera houses, two hospitals 
and large free library, fine fire brigade and water works. 
Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Stoney Creek, Albion Mills, West Flamboro', Mount Hope, Bullock's 
Corners, Winona, Bartonville, Ancaster, Elfrida, Waterdown and 
Aldershot. • 

HERALD, every afternoon except Sunday ; Herald Printings Co. 
of Hamilton, Limited, publishers ; established 1889 ; independent ; 
subscription $3.60 ; ten to twenty-four pages, size 19^ x 24. Circ'n 9^ 

Advt. — Results prove the Herald — the pioneer one cent paper — the best advertis- 
ing medium in Hamilton. Famous for Results. The recognized H'ant medium, 
reaches the best classes in the city and peninsula of Niagara — the Garden of 
Canada. Daily, $2.00 a year outside city, superseding weeklies. The Herald is 
considered the Model Evening Paper 0/ Canada. Circulation books open. Send 
for advertisers testimonials, rates, etc. See Advt. Pages 8 and g. 

SPECTATOR, every evening except Sunday; Spectator Print- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1848; conservative; subscription 
$3.60 in city, $2.00 by mail ; tw^elve to thirty-two pages, size 
17 X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 11,763* 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1848 ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
eig^ht to sixteen pages, size 17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 6,813* 

Advt. — By actual test, an average of four out of every seven homes in Hamilton 
regularly receive the Spectator. In the ntajoritv of these homes no othrr paper is 
taken. The Tun'ce-a- fVeek Spectator covers tAe rich surrounding country in thf 
same way. To cover Hamilton and District you MUST use the Spectator, It is 
preeminently the paper that gets results. See Advt. Pages 20, 21 and 22. 

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TIMES every evening- except Sunday; John Carrick, editor; 
Times Printings Co., publishers ; established 1857 ; liberal ; subscrip- 
tion $3.60; eig-ht to thirty-two pages, size 19 x 23)^. Circ'n 6 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1857 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eig-ht pagfes, size 17 x 23^^. Circ'n 3^ 

Advt. — The " Times" t's one of the progressive papers of Canada — clean and 
interesting. See Advt. Page jg. 

RECORD, weekly. The Record paper of the Hamilton News- 
paper Union List. 

REVIEW AND SATURDAY JOURNAL, weekly; M. Lynch 
Staunton, publisher ; established 1899 ; independent ; Friday ; dis- 
tribution free; eig-ht pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 10,000 

See Advt. Page 94. 

CANADIAN ROYAL TEMPLAR, monthly; T. J. Shanks, 
editor ; Dominion Council of Royal Templars of Temperance, pub- 
lishers ; established 1886 ; temperance ; subscription 50c. ; sixteen 
pages, size 14^ x 10^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 14,208* 

HAMILTON NEWSPAPER UNION LIST, a list of 80 
country weeklies ; established 1878 : inside or outside pages are 
printed in Hamilton and the balance by each individual paper. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 56,110* 

See Advt. Page 74. 

HANOVER, pop. 2,500, Co. Grey, on the G.T.Ry. and Saugeen 
River, 40 miles S. of Owen Sound and 6 miles from Walkerton ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and woollen 
mills, tannery and foundry, farming, lumbering and furniture manu- 
facturing. Hanover is a great furniture manufacturing centre. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, telegraph poles, hay, grain and furni- 
ture. The town contains ten churches and a school, and public 
library containing 1,000 volumes. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Varney, Elmwood, Dornoch, 
Habermeil, Maple Hill, Mulock, Neustadt, Allan Park and 
Carlsruhe. 

POST, weekly; Geo. H. Mitchell, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1880; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 20 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

HARRISTON, pop. i,86o, Co. Wellington, on the Maitland River, 
G.T.Ry. and C.P.Ry., 40 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M. 
O., Banks. Chief Industries : pork -packing house, saw, planing 
and flour mills, brick yards, furniture factory and agricultural 
implements. Chief Shipments : grain, flour, bricks, live stock, 
furniture and agricultural implements. The town contains four 
churches, high school and public school, public library of 3,500 
volumes, a town hall seating 450, Avater works and fire department. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Cotsworld, Teviotdale, Drew, Rothsay, Glenlee, Newbridge, 
, Beehive and Redgrave. 

REVIEW, weekly; E. H. Dewar, publisher; established 1882; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, size 
21^ X 17X. Circ'n i 

TRIBUNE, weekly; John A. Copland, publisher,; established 
1866; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, 
size \^%, X 22. Circ'n ^ 

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HARROW, pop. 575, Co. Essex, on Pere Marquette Ry., 23 miles 
from Windsor ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : g^rist mill, 
planing- and saw mill, evaporator, cheese factory. Chief Shipments: 
hog-s, tobacco, farm produce, and the products of its factories. The 
town is lighted by electric lig^ht, has five churches, a public library 
and good school. 

SENTINEL, weekly; Geo. Rogers, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pag^es, 
size 15 X 22. ■ Circ'n ^ 

HASTINGS, pop, 850, Co'. Northumberland, on the Trent River and 
G.T.Ry., 10 miles W. of Campbellford ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, wool, saw, and planing" mills, cheese factories 
and tanneries. Chief Shipments : flour, grain, lumber, leather, stock 
and cheese. The town contains four churches and public and 
separate schools, and has fine water power. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Roseneath, Keene, Dartford and 
Westwood. 

STAR, weekly; F. G. Hubbs, publisher; established 1878; 
independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht 
pag-es, size 15 by 20. Circ'n }4 

HAVELOCK, pop. 1,500, Co. Peterboro', on theC.P. Ry. ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., bank. Chief Industries : saw and planing mills and 
railway divisional point of C.P.Ry., employing- 200 men. Chief 
Shipments ; lumber, cheese, cattle, hogs. The town contains, 
besides its mills and stores, four churches and three hotels. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villagfes where no papers are published : Rock- 
dale, Cordova, Trent Bridg^e, Blairton, Round Lake and Victoria. 

STANDARD, weekly; T. P. Lancaster, publisher; established 
1895 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n )4 

HAWKESBURY, pop. 5,000, on Ottawa River and Grand Trunk 
Ry.; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : lumber and pulp mills, 
sash and door factories and flour mill. Chief Shipments ; lumber, pulp 
and farm produce. The town contains four churches, high, public 
and separate schools. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : Grenville, Cassburn. 

ECHO, weekly ; Laurin and Sabourin, publishers; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, size 
13^ X 20. Circ'n ^ 

HENSALL, pop. 915, Co. Huron, on the L.H. & B. Ry., 12 miles 
from Clinton, 12 miles from Seaforth ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief industries : salt works, flour mills, oil wells, eng^ine and 
boiler works, saw, planing and grist mills, one pork packings estab- 
lishment, two carriage shopij, shipping point for sheep, cattle, 
horses, g-rain, onions, etc. Surrounding villag-es where no papers 
are published : St. Joseph, Bayfield, Kippen, Varma, Binnefield 
and Hilt's Green. 

OBSERVER, weekly; Mrs. Louise Neelands, publisher; estab- 
lished 1894; Independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 20 x 27. Circ'n ^ 

HEPWORTH, pop. 800, Co. Bruce, 12 miles W. of Owen Sound ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : furniture factory, 
brickmaking^ and lumbering-. Chief Shipments : lumber, furniture, 
wood, bricks and tan bark. The town contains besides its stores, 

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etc., three hotels, three churches, school and a public library. It is 
lig-hted and heated by natural g-as. Surrounding- towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Clavering, Allenford, Shallow 
Lake and Park Head. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Wm. Buchanan, publisher; established 
1891 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n )^ 

HESPELER, pop. 2,521, Co. Waterloo, on the River Speed, and on 
the W. G. & B. Division G. T. R., C. P. R., Electric Railway con- 
nection with Gait, 7 miles distant ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, saw, grist and planing mills, furniture 
factory and three foundries. Chief Shipments : wool, grain and 
lumber. The town contains, besides its mills, stores, etc., seven 
churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Doon, Breslau, Blair, New Dundee and 
Puslinch. 

HERALD, weekly; O. S. Eby, publisher; established 1895; 
Thursday; independent; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 22 x 
1^/2. • Circ'n ^ 

HIGHGATE, pop. 700, Co. Kent, on M. C. Ry. and Pere Marquette 
Ry., 30 miles S. W. of St. Thomas and 30 miles from Chatham, the 
county seat. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : lumber, 
flour and brick manufacturing. Chief Shipments : lumber, flour and 
bricks. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Maple Leaf, Muir Kirk, Palmyra, Turin and Slabtown. 

MONITOR, weekly; S. Gosnell, publisher; established 1894; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

HILLSBURG, pop. 400, Co. Wellington, on the Credit River and 
C. P. Ry., 20 miles N. of Guelph, 10 miles S. of Orang^eville ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour and saw mills, tannings 
and farming. Chief Shipments : flour, lumber, leather and farm 
produce. The town contains five churches, hotel and public school, 
and several good stores. It is situated in a good agricultural 
district. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Reading, Marsville, Coning-sby, Mimosa, Cataract, Gara- 
fraxa and Brisbane. 

BEAVER, weekly; Geo. A. Lacey, editor and publisher; inde- 
pendent ; Tuesday ; subscription 50 cents ; four pages, size 18 x 12. 

Circ'n % 

HOLSTEIN, pop.- 250, Co. Grey, on the G. T. Ry., 40 miles S. of 
Owen Sound; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: mixed 
farming. 

LEADER, weekly; 0. M. Seim, publisher; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pag-es. 

HUNTSVILLE, pop. 2,300, Muskoka District on the Muskoka River 
and G. T. Ry., 24 miles N. of Bracebridg-e ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries: tannery, saw and woollen mills and handle 
factory. Chief Shipments : lumber, tan bark, grain and farm pro- 
duce. The town contains five churches and a public school. Sur- 
rounding towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Ravenscliff", Muskoka Falls, Uffington, Novar, Utterson, Hillside, 
Dorset and Falkenberg-. 

FORESTER, weekly; Geo. Hutcheson, publisher; H. E. Rice, 
manager ; established 1877 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 18 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

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INGERSOLL, pop. 5,000, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, G. T. R., 
C. P. Ry., T. L. E. & P. Ry., W. T. V. & I. Electric Ry. ; lo miles 
S. W. of Woodstock, 20 miles N. E. of London ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : pork packing- establishment, agricultural 
implement works, piano and furniture factories, flour, pea, oatmeal, 
woollen and planing- mills, foundry, tannery, screw and nut works, 
knitting^ factory and evaporated cream factories, etc. Chief Ship- 
ments : grain, cheese, live stock, produce and the products of its 
factories. The town is the centre of the g-reat dairy industry^ 
contains eig-ht churches and four schools, a free library with 3,000 
volumes, hall seating: 4.50, has waterworks, electric power, a g-ood 
fire brig-ade and is lighted with gas and electricity. Surrounding 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Dorchester 
Station, Salford, Sweaborg, Mount Elgin, Culloden, Foldens, 
Beachville, Putnam and Verschoyle. 

CHRONICLE, every evening except Sunday; W.J. Elliott> 
editor; Chronicle Printing Co., publishers; established 1897 ? 
liberal ; subscription $2.50; four pag-es, size 19^ x 22%. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, {Chronicle and Canadian Dairynian)^ established 
1853 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 12 pag^es, size 15 x 22, 

See Advt. Page 80. Circ'n 1 % 

OXFORD TRIBUNE. AND CANADA DAIRY REPORTER, 
weekly ; E. L. Smith & Son, editors and publishers; established 
1873; liberal-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; ten 
pag-es, size 17)^ x 24. See Advt. Page 72. Circ'n i 

SUN, weekly ; T. A. Bellamy, editor and publisher; established 
1882 ; independent-liberal ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. 

IROQUOIS, pop. 1,200, Co. Dundas, on G. T. R. and St. Lawrence 
River, 33 miles W. of Cornwall ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw and flour mills, stave factory, foundry, and machine 
works. Chief Shipments : g-rain, cheese, staves, furniture and 
produce. The town contains three churches, one public school, one 
hig-h school and a town hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Cardinal, Ventnor, Brins- 
ton's Corners and Shanly. 

ST. LAWRENCE NEWS, weekly ; R. S. Pelton, publisher ; 
established 1889 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. ^ Circ'n i 

JAR VIS, pop. 1,000, Co. Haldimand, on G. T. Ry. and Wabash Ry., 
14 miles S. W. of Cayuga, 11 miles E. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : grist and saw mills, foundry and 
cheese factory. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, live stock, and 
produce. The town contains three churches, a school, and a music 
hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Nanticoke, Varency, Selkirk and Cheapside. 

RECORD, weekly; Mrs. J. W. Rodgers, publisher ; established 
1878; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n i 

KEEWATIN, pop. 500, Rainy River District, on C .P. Ry., Fort 
William and Winnipeg branch, 129 miles from Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., 
M. 0., Bank. Chief Industries : saw and planing mills, flour mills. 
Chief Shipments : flour and lumber. The village has several 
stores, etc. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Jas. Wiedman, publisher; established 
1899 '■> liheral ; Friday; subscription $1.25; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

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KEMPT VI LLE, pop. 1,700, Co. prenville, on the navigable branch of 
the Rideau Canal, and the St. L. & O. Ry. and Ont. & Que. Div. of 
C.P. Ry., 24 miles N. of Prescott, 34 miles N.E. of Brockville. Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : roller, saw, planing- and 
shingle mills, concrete works, foundry, etc. Chief Shipments ; 
cheese, live stock, potatoes, lumber, grain, fruit, stock food, farm 
implements, concrete products and farm produce. The town is an 
agricultural centre and contains six churches, public and high 
schools, three concert halls, public library and free reading room. 
It has an elevator and electric power plant for industries and is 
lighted by electricity. There is a weekly cheese board and quar- 
terly horse fairs, besides agricultural and horticultural societies, 
farmers' institute and fruit growers' association, etc. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : South Gower, 
Heckston, Oxford Mills, Bishop's Mills, Burritt's Rapids, North 
Gower, Richmond, Kars, Manotick, Metcalfe, Vernon, Osgoode, 
Ventnor, Cardinal, Oxford Station, Andrewsville, Newmanville, 
Groveton, Van Camp, Inkerman, North Mountain, Dalmeny, 
Dawson, West Osgoode, Wilson's Bay, Reeve Craig, Carsonby, 
Goodstown, Malakoffand North Rideau. 

ADVANCE, weekly; B. A. Seely, publisher; established 1880; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 
size 17^ X 22)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,100 

TELEGRAM, weekly; Telegram Ptg., Co., publishers; J. M. 
Thompson, editor and manager ; established 1901 ; conservative ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n i 

KENORA, pop. 6,000, Rainy River District, on C. P. Ry., 297 
miles W. of Port Arthur, and 135 miles E. of Winnipeg, head of 300 
miles of navigation. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 

■ flour milling, fishing, lumbering, brewery, minmg and farming. 

■ Chief Shipments : flour, lumber, minerals (gold), furs, fish and ber- 

■ ries. The town contains nine churches, schools and public library, 
town hall, opera house and two foundries, and owns 6,000 h.p. water 
power plant, electric light system and waterworks system. 

MINER AND N EWS, semi-weekly ; Miner Publishing Co., 
publishers ; J. P. Earngey, manager ; established 1898 ; independent- 
conservative and mining ; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription 
$1.50; four pages, 17^ x 22. See Advt. Page (^\. Circ'n i 

KINCARDINE, pop. 2,700, Co. Bruce, on Lake Huron, the 
Penetangore River and G. T. Ry., 28 miles W. of Walkerton, 159 
miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries ; 
flour, woollen and planing mills, foundry and bridge works, pork 
factory, furniture factories, engine and salt works, etc. Chief 
Shipments : salt, machinery, lumber, flour, pork, grain and other 
products. The town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
public library containing 300 volumes, and a town hall seating 600. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Holyrood, Kinlough, Riversdale, Millarton, Kinloss, Bervie, Am- 
berley, Armow, Underwood and Glamis. 

REPORTER, weekly; J. J. Hunter, editor and publisher; 
established 1866 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 22. See Advt. Page 85. Circ'n \]^ 

REVI EW, weekly ; Hugh Clark, editor and publisher ; established 
1863 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n iJJ^ 

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KINGSTON, pop. 20,000, Co. Frontenac, at foot of Lake Ontario 

* and at the head of St. Lawrence River, at junction with Cataraqui 
River; on G. T. Ry., K. & P. R. and Bay of Quinte R., 104 
miles from Renfrew, 172 miles from Montreal and 115 miles from 
Ottawa. Tel., T.,Ex.,M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : locomo- 
tives, eng-ine shops, quarries, cotton and hosiery, pianos. Chief 
Shipments : g'rain, lumber, locomotives, machinery, minerals, stone 
and products of its factories. The town contains Ang-lican and 
Roman cathedrals, several well-built churches, excellent public 
building-s, schools and collegfes, among- which "Queen's" stands 
foremost, making it an educational city. Has three large elevators 
and splendid fleet of river steamers. The celebrated Royal Military 
college and "A" and " B" batteries of artillery are stationed here. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Barriefield, Harrowsmith, Westbrook, Seely's Bay, Camden East, 
Cape Vincent, Cataraqui, Collins Bay, Inverary, Odessa, Marys- 
ville, Elginburg, Bath, Battersea and Sydenham. 

BRITISH WHIG, every evening except Sunday ; British Whig 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; E. J. B. Pense, manag-ing 
director; established 1849; liberal; subscription $6.00; eight to 
sixteen pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 4,105'A' 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1834 ; Monday and Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; six to eight pages, size 17^ x 22^, 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 5,08&Ar 

See Advt. Page 76. 

Also publishes Ontario Chttrchman. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday ; S. M. Newton, publisher, 
J. R. Black, editor ; established 1851 ; conservative ; subscription 
$5.00 ; eight pages, size i6j5^ x 23. Circ'n 2 

CANADIAN FREEMAN, weekly ; Rev. J. F. Coffey, L.L.D., 
editor ; P. Daley, publisher ; established 1884. ; Roman Catholic ; 
liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 2i. 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY JOURNAL, bi-weekly; established 

1873 ; the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University, editors and 
publishers ; literary; subscription $1.00; forty-two pages, size 6x 10. 
(A college paper ; issued only during collegiate year.) Circ'n^ 

ONTARIO CHURCHMAN, monthly ; British Whig Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1894; religious, Church of England; 
15th of each month ; subscription 25c; eight to twelve pages ; size 
13 x 19. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 5^314* 

Also publishes British Whig. 

QUEEN'S MEDICAL QUARTERLY, quarterly; Medical 
Faculty Queen's University, publishers; established 1896; medical; 
Jan., April, July, Oct. ; free to graduates of Queen's ; forty pages ; 
size 6}i X 10. Circ'n i 

QUEEN'S QUARTERLY, quarterly; N. R. Carraichael, 
business manager ; established 1893; university; subscription $1^00; 
eighty-four pages ; size 6}^ x 9^. 

KINGSVILLE, pop. 1,500, Co. Essex, 28 miles S.E. of Sandwich and 

* eight miles W. of Leamington, on P^re Marquette Railway; Tel., 
T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : evaporator, saw, flour, 
woollen and planing- mills, foundry, pump, tobacco and canning 

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factories. Chief Shipments : pork, fruit, tobacco, lumber, grain, 
fiour and other products. The town contains three churches, a 
school and opera house, and it has natural g-as. Surrounding- towns 
and villagfes where no papers are published : Ruthven, Goldsmith 
and Staples. 

REPORTER, weekly ; W. H. Hellems, editor and publisher ; 
established 1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n \( 

LAKEFIELD, pop. 1,400, Co. Peterboro, on the Otanabee River and 
G. T. Ry., 9 miles N. of Peterboro; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw, planing and flour mills, a canoe factory and 
extensive granite quarries. Chief Shipments : granite, flour, lumber, 
grain, canoes and farm products. The town contains four churches, 
a public school, and has steamboat connection with adjoining towns. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Nasseau, Apsley, Lakehurst, Selwyn, Warsaw, Blairton and 
Ennismore. 

NEWS, weekly; J. W. Ridpath, publisher; established 1886; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n ^ 

LANARK, pop. 979, Co. Lanark, on the River Clyde. Tel., T., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : two woollen factories, roller grist mill, 
saw mill, and planing mills. Chief Shipments : woollens, cheese and 
lumber. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Brightside, Galbraith, Fallbrook, Balderson, Prestonvale, 
Ferguson's Falls, Herron's Mills, Hopetown,Middleville and Rosetta. 

ERA, weekly; Robt. Wilson, proprietor; established 1895; inde- 
pendent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n i^ 

LEAMINGTON, pop. 2,500, Co. Essex, on Pere Marquette Ry. and 
M. C. R., 17 miles S. E. of Essex and 38 miles S. E. of Windsor; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : tobacco raising, flour, 
saw and planing mills, ladder, canning, cereal coffee and evapor- 
ating factories, handle and basket factories. Chief Shipments : fruit, 
live stock, lumber, grain, tobacco, lime, timber and ties. The town 
contains five churches, public and high schools and has good steam- 
boat service. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ruthven, Goldsmith, Blythewood, Romney and Staples. 

NEWS, weekly ; McKay & Statia, publishers ; established 1896; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17)^ x 24. 

Circ'n ^ 

POST, weekly; Post Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 
1874; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
18 X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,012 

See Advt. Page 97. 

LINDSAY, pop. 7,500, Co. Victoria, on Scugog River, G. T. Ry. and 
* C. P. Ry., 56 miles S. of Haliburton, 78 miles S. E. of Georgian Bay 
and 24 miles W. of Peterboro' ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, woollen, saw and planing mills, tannery, agricul- 
tural implement, turbine water wheel, saw mill machinery and other 
factories. Chief Shipments : grain, flour, lumber, agricultural imple- 
ments and the products of its factories. The town contains six fine 
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house seating- 800, and a public library of 4,000 volumes. Surround- 
ing: towns and villages where no papers are published : Dunsford, 
Sturg-eon Point, Downeyville, Oakwood, Cambray, Reaboro, Halls, 
Grasshill, Manilla and Little Britain. 

POST, every evening: except Sunday ; Wilson and Wilson, pub- 
lishers ; established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 13 X 21. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, l,220'Ar 

WEEKLY, established 1854; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, size 18 x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,408'^ 
See Advt. Page 37. 

WATCHMAN-WARDER, weekly; Watchman-Warder Print- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1889; conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; eig^ht to twelve pages, size 17)^x23^. Circ'n 3)^ 

See Advt, Page 35. 

LIN WOOD, pop. 400, Co. Waterloo, on Guelph & Goderich 
& Listowel-Linwood branches of C. P. Ry., 20 miles W. of Guelph. 
Tel., T., Ex., M. 0., Bank. Chief Industries : saw mill, heading 
factory, machine shop, pump factory, elevator. Chief Ship- 
ments : grain, live stock, lumber and fruit. The town is very 
finely situated, with a splendid water supply, and contains, besides 
its stores, three churches, public and separate schools and a public 
library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Glenallan, Hawkesville, Millbank, St. Jacobs, Marden, 
Hesson. 

N EWS, weekly ; Malcolm MacBeth, publisher ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, size 
17)^ X 24. 

Also publishes Milverton Sun. 

LISTOWEL, pop. 2,750, Co. Perth, on the Maitiand River and G. T. 
Ry. and C. P. Ry., connecting- at Linwood with the Guelph- 
Goderich branch; 27 miles N.. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, planing, saw and flour mills, 
foundry, furniture and chair factories, and the larg-est sole leather 
tannery in Canada, brewery and piano factory, and is in the centre 
of the leading- dairy sections in Western Ontario. Chief Shipments : 
cheese, live stock, grain, flour, leather and other products. The 
town contains seven churches, hig-h and public schools, public free 
library of 4,000 volumes, a public hall seating^ 800, and a fire 
department ; the town is lig-hted with g-as and electricity. Surround- 
ing: towns and villages where no papers are published : Trowbridg-e, 
Molesworth, Moorefield, Tyrone, Britton, Millbank, Newton, 
Carthage, Dorking, Hesson, Shipley, Doneg-al, Kurtzville, New- 
bridge and Wyandotte. 

B A N N E R, weekly ; Banner Publishing- Co. , publishers; W. Climie, 
editor ; established 1866 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pag-es, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,066* 

STANDARD, weekly ; A. St. Geo. Hawkins, editor and publish- 
er ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 17)^ x 24. Circ'n i 

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LITTLE CURRENT, pop. i,ooo, Grand Manitoulin Island, District 
of Alg^oma, on the North Shore Channel, 19 miles S. E. of Massey 
on theC.P.Ry., which is the nearest R.R. station. Chief Industries: 
farmings and lumbering^. Chief Shipments : timber, lumber and live 
stock. The town contains four churches, and a school of four divi- 
sions, and has good steamboat connection during- navig^ation. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Manitowaning-, Sandfield Mills, Kag-awong^, Michael's Bay, Pro- 
vidence Bay, Killarney, Honora, Shequindah, Mindemoya and Spanish 
River. 

MANITOULIN EXPOSITOR, weekly; Rev. J. F. Snowdon, 
editor and publisher ; established 1879 ; independent-liberal ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1,00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 22 x 15.' Circ'n ^ 

LONDON, pop, 45,000, Co. Middlesex, on River Thames, C. P. Ry. 
* Pere Marquette, M.C.R., and G.T.Ry., and Southern Electric 
Railway, 454 miles from Montreal, 121 miles from Toronto and 
76 miles from Hamilton, 120 miles E. of Detroit; Tel., T., Ex., 
M. O., Banks. Chief Industries : agricultural implements, 
breweries, car shops, chemical works, foundries, brick and tile 
works, biscuit, confectionery, cig-ar, stove and boot and shoe fac- 
tories. Chief Shipments: g^rain, and the products of its factories. 
The city contains some fine churches and public buildingfs, g-ood 
public, normal and separate schools, city hall, music hall, electric 
railway and radial road, and water works. It is also a military 
post, and has a provincial lunatic asylum. Surrounding- towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Appin, Arva, Clandeboye, 
Delaware, Dorchester, Glanworth, Ilderton, Lambeth, Nilestown, 
Thorndale and Wardsville. 

ADVERTISER, every evening except Sunday ; London Adver- 
tiser Co., Ltd., publishers; R. D. Millar, manag-er; established 
1863 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; ten to twenty pag-es, size 17 x 22. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to April 30, i9O7,ll,404'A- 
WEEKLY {Western Advertiser), established 1863; Wednesday; 
subscription 75 cents ; twelve to twenty pag-es, size 17 by 22. 

Circ'n 4 

Advt. — The London Advertiser publishes tivo editions daily. The first edition 
is delivered to all mail stcbscribers. The circulation is g^iaranteed. It is the most 
ppPula-t Daily of Western Ontario. It has special features that no other Daily 
in Western Ontario has. Any advertiser ivho uses its columns has a class of readers 
that take no other paper. Published for 4^ years and alivays in the lead. See Advt. 
Page 77. 

FREE PRESS, every morning, noon and evening- except 
Sunday; London Free Press Ptg-. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 
1855 ; conservative ; subscription, morning- $6.00, evening- $5.00 ; 
ten to twenty-four pag-es, size 17 x 21^. 

Sworn Circn, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 16,924* 
WEEKLY, established 1849; Thursday; subscription 75 cents; 
twelve pag-es, size 17 x 21^. Circ'n \)^ 

CATHOLIC RECORD, weekly; Thos. Coffey, publisher; 
established 1878 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; eight pages, size 15^ x 21)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 16,860* 

See Advt. Page 84. 

ECHO, weekly ; A. Talbot & Co. publishers ; established 1879 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription 50 cents by mail, city distri- 
bution free ; eight pages, size 17^^ x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 8,500 

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FARMERS' ADVOCATE AND HOME MAGAZINE, weekly ; 

. Wm. Weld Co., Ltd., pvblishers ; established 1866; agricultural; 
Thursday; subscription $1.^; twenty-four pa,gfes, size 14^ x loX- 

Circ'n 29 

Adv{. — The Farmer's Advocate and Home Magazine. Sworn Circulation 
30,000. Established 1S66. The oldest and most widely reAd agricultural Journal 
in Canada. Advertisers desiring to reach the mcst progre.ssive farmers throughout 
Canada, find it" necessary to use its advertising columns. .Subscription $1.30 pet 
year, which is a guarantee of quality of circulation. See Advt. Page 7J. 

CANADIAN WHITE RIBBON TIDINGS, semi-monthly ; 
Official Orj^an of Ontario W.C.T.U., published for the Society 
by London Advertiser Co. ; established 1903 ; temperance ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; sixteen pages, size 10^ xi3^. 

ANCIENT FORESTER, monthly; Org-an of the Ancient 
Order of Foresters ; subscription 25 cents ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

Does ?iot insert advertisements . 

CANADIAN, monthly in English and French ; Catholic 
Mutual Benefit Assoc, of Canada, publishers ; established 1895 ; 
brotherhood ; subscription 50 cents ; twelve pages, size 10^ x 13^^. 

CANADIAN WOODMAN, monthly; W, C. Pitzg^erald, pub- 
lisher ; established 1896 ; official org^an of Order of Can. Woodmen ; 
subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, size 10^ x 13^. Circ'n 11)^ 

INDUSTRIAL BANNER, monthly; Labor Educational Asso- 
ciation of Canada, publishers; Joseph T. Marks, editor; established 
1892 ; labor news ; subscription 25 cents ; four pages, size 15 x 21. 

Circ'n 5 

ONTARIO REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, monthly; D. H. 
Tennent, editor ; established 1900 ; farms and properties for sale. 

L ORIGNAL, pop. 1,400, Co. Prescott, on the Ottawa River and C. 

* P. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw and flour 

mills, tanning- and lumbering^. The town contains four churches, 

school and masonic hall. Surrounding- villages where no papers are 

published : Fournier, Plantag-enet and Riceville. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; B. R. Poulin, editor and publisher ; es- 
tablished 1888; liberal ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four pag-es, 
size 16 x 22. Circ'n % 

LUCAN, pop. 1,000, Co. Middlesex, on G. T. Ry., 17 miles from 
London; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, flax, 
live stock, grain and farm produce. The village contains four 
churches, a hig-h school, two public schools and a public library. 
Surrounding towns . and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Devizes, Elginfield, McGillivray, Granton, Ilderton, Ettrick, Thorn- 
dale and Denfield. \ 

SUN, weekly; W. Sovereign & Co., publishers; established 
1895 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription 75c.; eight pag-es, size' '' 
13K X 20. Circ'n % 

LUCKNOW, pop. 1,700; Co. Bruce, on Nine Mile Creek and G. 
T. Ry., 21 miles S.W. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., B^inVs. 
Chief Industries : flour, woollen and saw mills, tannery and carriag-e 
factory. Chief Shipments : g-rain, live stock, lumber, flour, leather 
and farm produce. The town contains three churches, a public 
school and a town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published ; Kinloss, Langside, Belfast, Ulster and Holy- 
wood. 

SENTINEL, weekly; W.J. A. MacGregor, publisher; estab- 
lished 1873; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n i 

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MADOC, pop. 1, 600, Co. Hastings, on Deer Creek and G. T. Ry., 
Tel.,'T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: flour, saw, woollen 
and planing- mills, tannery and larg-e marble quarries, iron and grold 
mines. Chief shipments : flour, live stock, lumber, leather, marble, 
and iron ore. The town contains four churches, schools and town 
hall. Surrounding: towns and villag-es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Bridg-ewater, Queensboro' and Rimingfton. 

REVIEW, weekly; B. J. McKerracher, publisher; established 
1877 ? independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag^es, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n i 

MARKDALE, pop. 1,025, Co. Grey, on the Saug-een River and C. P. 
Ry., 30 miles S. E. of Owen Sound, 92 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : cheese box factory, 
woollen, flour and saw mills, etc. Chief Shipments : live stock, 
grain, flour, cheese, wood and farm produce. The town contains 
four churches, hotel, public schools, public hall, g-rain elevators, 
besides several g^ood stores, etc. Surrounding- towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Kimberley, Eug-enia, Princeville, 
Walters' Falls and Holland Centre. 

STANDARD, weekly; C. W. Rutledge, publisher; established 
1875; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht pag-es, 
size 17 j^ X 24. Circ'n i^ 

MARKHAM, pop. 1,400, Co. York, on the River Roug-e and G. T. 
Ry., 22 miles N. E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : carriag-e and implement factories, woollen mills, cereal 
mill, flour and saw mills. Chief Shipments : g-rain, flour, live stock, 
wag-ons, ag-ricultural implements, fine flannels, etc. It contains five 
churches, hig-h and public schools, public library and town hall. 
Surrounding: towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Unionville, Cedar Grove, Malvern, Ag-incourt, Locust Hill, Ring-- 
wood, Milliken, Woburn, Green River, Box Grove, Whitevale and 
Broug^ham. 

ECONOMIST, weekly ; Corson & Son, publishers and editors ; 
established 1855 ; ind. -liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pag-es, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,520 

See Advt. Page 68. 

SUN, weekly; J. O. Herity, publisher; established 1881 ; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n }^ 

IVIAKIVlORA, pop. 1,000, Co. Hastings, on Crow River and on the 
Central Ontario Ry., 41 miles from Peterborough, 32 miles N. N. W. 
of Belleville : Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, 
grist and planing mills, and woollen factory, and gold and iron 
mines. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, cheese, wool, gold, arsenic 
and iron. It is the centre of the mining district including Cordova, 
Canadia Gold Fields, Atlas Arsenic and Gawley Gold mines and 
many others. The town contains, besides its stores and factories, 
etc., four churches and three hotels. 

HERALD, weekly; Howard W. Sabine, publisher; established 
1896 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 22 X 15. Circ'n ^ 

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MASSEY, pop. i,ooo, District of Alg^oma, at the confluence of the 
Spanish and Sable Rivers, on Soo Branch of C. P. Ry. ; water com- 
munication with the Great Lakes. Chief Industries : himbering and 
copper mining-. Centre of copper belt on the North Shore of Lake 
Huron. The town contains five churches and two schools. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Webb- 
wood, Espanola, Nairn, Walford, Spanish Station and Cutler. 

NORTH SHORE NEWS, weekly; Chas. A. Rickaby & Co., 
publishers ; esablished 1905 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n >^ 

JvlAXVILLE, pop. 1,000, Co. Glengarry, on G. T. Ry., 44 miles E. 
of Ottawa and 76 miles W. of Montreal. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : two lumber mills, sash and door factory, machine 
shop, tannery, foundrj- and butter factory. The town is lighted 
with gas, has cement sidewalks and contains, besides its stores, four 
churches, three-storey brick school, and a public hall. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Dunvegan, Greenfield, St. 
Isidore, Moose Creek, Avonmore and Apple Hill. 

ADVERTISER AND MAXVILLE WEEKLY REPORTER, 
weekly; William G. Colgate, publisher; established J 904; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13^ x 20. 

Circ'n yi 

JVIEAFORD, pop. 2,800, Co. Grey, on Big Head River and G.T.Ry., 

18 miles N. E. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : planing, flour and woollen mills, foundries and ship 
building. Chief Shipments : fish, grain, lumber, leather, machinery 
and farm produce. The town contains six churches, public and high 
schools, public library, town hall, hotels, several good stores, etc.> 
and has well-kept streets, good water supply and an excellent harbor 
with steamboat service during navigation. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Woodford, Morley and 
Griersville. 

EXPRESS, weekly; F. E. Secord, publisher; established 
1906 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages ; size 
15 x 22. Circ'n % 

MIRROR, weekly ; Jas. Patterson, publisher; established 1882 ; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n i 

MONITOR, weekly: T. C. Dean, publisher ; established 1868; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription 35 cents ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Circ'n ^ 

IVIERLIN, pop. 350, Co. Kent, i6 miles S. of Chatham, the county seat. 
Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour and saw 
mills and staves. Chief Shipments : flour, lumber and staves. 
The town contains several churches and public school. Surround- 
ing villages where no papers are published : Buxton, Sandison, 
Cedar Spring and Fargo. 

MIRROR, weekly ; C. A. Burns, publisher; established 1898; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages. Circ'n % 

MERRICKVILLE, pop. i,ioo, Co. Grenville, on C. P. Ry., Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : plow and stove foundry, 
roller mill, woollen mill, shingle mill, furniture factory, saw 
and planing mills, malleable iron, wire fence and brick works, 
marble works, farming, dairying. Chief Shipments : plows, 

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stoves, malleable casting-s, wire fence, bricks, farm produce, butter 
and cheese. The town contains several stores, four churches, two 
schools and a public library. Surrounding^ towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Andrewsville, Burritt's Rapids, Oxford 
Mills, Newmanville, Bishop's Mills, Mount Zion, Easton's Corners, 
Jasper and Kilmarnock, 

STAR, weekly ; F. A. J. Davis, publisher ; established 1899 ; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pages, size 13)^ x 20. 
See Advt. Page 86. Circ'n i 

MIDLAND, pop. 4,500, Co. Simcoe, on the Georgian Bay and G. T. 
Ry., 32 miles N. of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief In- 
dustries: saw, shing-le, flour, woollen and planing mills, foundry, blast 
furnace and two grain elevators. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, 
lumber, flour and farm produce. It contains five churches, two public 
schools, a public hall and a free library. The town has an electric 
lig^ht plant, with powerhouses in connection, a waterworks system, 
fire engine and volunteer fire brigade. It has also an excellent 
harbor. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
, lished : Byng^ Inlet, French River, Algoma Mills, Wye Bridg-e, 
Victoria Harbor, Waubaushene and W^averley. 

ARGUS, weekly ; W. G. Cave, publisher; established 1889; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig^ht pages, size 
17^ X 24. Circ'n % 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; J. F. Goodfellow, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1882; liberal; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 24 X 17^. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 900 

IviILDIyIAY, pop. 1,200, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River and 
on the G.T.R. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
grist and saw mills, butter, shingles, sash and door factories. Chief 
' Shipments : butter, grain and lumber. The town contains besides 
its mills and factories, five churches, stores, etc. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Wroxter, Gowans, 
Cargill and Deemerton. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; John A. Johnston, publisher; established - 
1893 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n % 

MILLBROOK, pop. i,ooo, Co. Durham, on G. T. R. and C. P. 
Ry., 18 miles N. W. of Port Hope ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, foundry, woollen, planing, saw and grist 
mills, steam pump and veneer factory. Chief Shipments : flour, 
lumber, grain and pumps. It has three churches, two public schools 
and a town hall, good electric ligrht plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Ida, Glamorgan, Ballyduff", 
Pontypool, Bethany, Caven, Mount Pleasant, Garden Hill, Bewdly, 
Bailieboro and South Monag-han. 

MILLBROOK AND OMEMEE MIRROR, weekly ; Chas. W. 
Richards, editor and publisher; established 1893; independent- 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size • 
24 x 17>^. Circ'n ^ 

REPORTER, weekly ; A. Given, publisher ; W. S. Given, 
editor; established 1857; independent-conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, size 20 x 26. Circ'n ^ 

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MILTON, pop. 1,550. Co. Halton, on Sixteen Mile Creek, G. T. Ry. 
* and C. P. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
foundry, sash, door, shoe and carpet factories, terra cotta brick 
works, limekilns and sandstone quarries. Chief Shipments : lime, 
stone, bricks, building- material, live stock, leather, boots and shoes, 
carpets, lumber and grain. The town contains four churches, public 
schools, public library, town hall, county court house, etc. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Lowville, Stewarton, Cumminsville, Omagh, Boyne, Palermo, 
Hornby, Tansley, Zimmerman, Campbellville and Kilbride. 

CANADIAN CHAMPION, weekly; Wm. Panton, editor and 
publisher; established i860; independent; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, size 19^ x 25. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag^e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 828 

REFORMER, weekly; Richard White, editor and publisher; 
established 1885; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 20 x 27. Circ'n yz 

MILVERTON, pop. 900, Co. Perth, is situated about the centre of 
the county, on G.T.R. and on Guelph-Goderich branch of C. P. Rv., 
17 miles N. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Ex., M. C, Banks. Chief 
Industries : furniture and cooperage shops and cement block 
factory, flax, saw^ and grist mills and tannery, felt shoe factory, 
planing mill and box factory. Chief Shipments : the product of its 
factories and farm produce. The town contains five churches, 
public library, and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Brunner, Millbank, Newton, Monk- 
ton, Poole, Carthage, Burns, Donegal, Gadshill and Rostock. 

SUN, weekly ; Malcolm MacBeth, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1891 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $i.oo; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,032 

Also publishes Linxvood Nezvs. See Advt. Page 38. 

Ml N DEN, pop. 300, Co. Haliburton, on Gull River, 7 miles N. W. of 
Galert Station, on G. T. R., 43 miles from Lindsay; Tel., T., M.O. ; 
Bank at Lindsay. Chief Industries : saw, flour, oatmeal and woollen 
mills, furniture factory. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, flour, and 
farm produce. The village contains three churches and a public 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished ; Coboconk, Kinmount, Greenwood and Ingoldsby. 

ECHO, weekly; R. H. Baker, publisher; established 1873; 
independent-conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n % 

MITCHELL, pop. 1,900; Co. Perth, on G. T. R., 12 miles N.W. of 
Stratford; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, 
flax, hosiery, woollen, saw, and planing mills, foundry and other 
manufactories. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, live stock, and 
the product of its factories. The town^contains six churches, 
high and public schools, town hall, opera house, public library, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Sebringville, Carlingford and FuUarton. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. R. Davis, editor and publisher; 
established i860; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n 2 

RECORDER, weekly; Thos. H. Race, publisher; established 
1877; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Circ'n ^ 

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MORRISBURG, pop. 1,693, Co. Dundas, on St. Lawrence River, 
at foot of Morrisburg- Canal, and G.T.Ry., 27 miles W. of Cornwall ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : implement works, 
tinplate and sheet steel works, stove foundry, flour, saw and planing- 
mills. Chief Shipments : g"rain, live stock and produce. The town 
contains five churches, schools, a public hall, etc., and owns its own 
waterworks, electric lig^ht and power system. Surrounding towns 
and villag-es where no papers are published : Dunbar, Morewood, 
North Williamsburg, Aultsville, Van Camp, Hallville, Wales, Dun- 
dela, Rowena and Winchester Springs. 

HERALD, weekly; Martha M. Plantz, proprietor; J. Smyth 
Carter, editor and manag-er; established 1874; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

LEADER, weekly; Leader Pub. Co., publishers; L. E. Murphy, 
editor and manager; established 1889; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; four pag-es, size 18 x 24. Circ'n j^ 

MOUNT BRYDGES, pop. 650; Co. Middlesex, on G.T. and C.P. 
Rys., 15 miles W. of London. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : lumber and planing- mills, apple-evaporating factory, live 
stock and farming^. Chief Shipments : cattle, hog-s, apples, cheese 
and g-rain. The village is in the centre of a thickly populated and 
rich agricultural belt and has, besides its stores, etc., four churches, 
two hotels, town hall and public library. Surrounding- villages 
where no papers are published : Komoka, Delaware, Melbourne, 
Christena, Long-wood and Appin. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; F. J. Auger, publisher; established 
1903; independent; Friday; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, size 
15 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

MOUNT FOREST, pop. 2,500, Co. Welling-ton, on the Saugeen 
River, G.T.Ry. and C.P.Ry., 42 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, woollen, saw and planing- 
mills, sash, door, wardrobe, casket, carriage and threshing- machine 
factories. The town contains five churches, public and separate 
schools, public library and town hall. Surrounding: towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Dromore, Varney, 
Kenilworth, Conn, Cedarville, Drew and Farewell. 

CONFEDERATE, weekly; A. W. Wright, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1867 ; liberal; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pag-es, size 20 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

REPRESENTATIVE, weekly ; J. A. Lambert, editor and 
publisher ; established 1885 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 24 x 20. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 months to Dec. 31, 1906, IjQIT* 

See Advt. Page 64. 

NAPANEE, pop. 3,537, Co. Lennox, on Napanee River, G.T.Ry. and 
* Napanee, Tamworth & Quebec Ry., 25 miles from King^ston ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: foundries, paper, woollen, flour, 
oatmeal and saw mills, cheese, furniture, carriage and soap factories. 
Chief Shipments : g-rain, live stock, dairy products and the products 
of its mills and factories. The town contains six churches, two 
schools, collegfiate institute, public library, gfood opera house, is 
lig-hted by gas and electricity, and has an abundant water supply. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Odessa, Bath, Selby, Ernestown, Newburg-h, Lonsdale, Camden 

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East, Moscow, Qolebrook, Erinsville, Marlbank, Tamworth, 
Fredericksburg, Deseronto Jet., Strathcona, Enterprise, Yarker 
and Marysville. 

BEAVER, weekly; Wm. Templeton, publisher; established 
1870 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size i7>^ X 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to April 30, 1907, 3,827* 

See Adz't. Page 62. 

EXPRESS, weekly; E. J. Pollard, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1861 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
20 X 26>i. Circ'n 2 

NEWCASTLE, pop. 700, Co. Durham, on the G.T.Ry., 47 miles 
east of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
flour mills. Chief Shipments : flour. The town contains, besides 
its mills, three churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns where 
no papers are published : Newtonville and Welcome. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; L. B. Davidson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 20. Circ'n. %, 

NEW HAMBURG, pop. 1,600, Co. Waterloo, on the River Nith 
and G.T.R., 14 miles W. of Berlin and 75 miles from Toronto ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : traction engine and 
thresher works, felt shoe factorv, brass, furniture and trimmings 
works, iron stamping and wagon works, flour, planing and saw mills, 
brewery, carriage works, brick and tile yard. Chief Shipments : 
grain, cheese, produce and the product of its various factories. The 
town contains six churches, public schools, free library, public 
hall, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Baden, Wellesley, St. Agathe, Lisbon, Phillipsburg, New 
Dundee, Shakespeare, Bright, Petersburg and Haysville. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; Daniel Ritz, publisher; estab- 
lished 1879 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 18 x 24. Also publishes Canadisches Volksblatt. Circ'n ^ 

CANADISCHES VOLKSBLATT, German, weekly; Daniel 
Ritz, publisher ; established 1854 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 16 x 22. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Indefendent. 

NEW LISKEARD, pop. 3,000, District of Nipissing, on Temiskaming 
Lake, and T. & N. O. Ry. ; terminal point of the S. T. Ry. from 
Toronto, and connects with C. P. Ry. by boat, 310 miles from 
Toronto, 10 miles from Cobalt, and one day's trip from Larder Lake 
Gold Regions. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
mining, lumbering and farming. The town is headquarters for two 
steamboat companies, having about a dozen boats. It contains six 
churches, public school, free library, two hospitals, departmental 
stores, cement block factories, brick yards, planing and saw mills, 
steam laundry and die works. It is lighted by electricity, and a 
waterworks system is being installed. 

H ERALD, weekly ; A. W. Roebuck and J. H. Brown, publishers ; 
established 1904; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 22. See Advt. Page 87. , Circ'n |^ 

SPEAKER, weekly; Stephenson and Son, publishers ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, size 
17 X 22. Circ'n. ^ 

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NEWMARKET, pop. 3,500, Co. York, on the Holland River and 
G. T. R., 34 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex.,M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : manufacturing- pails, tubs and all kinds of wooden 
ware, school desks, office furniture, tannery, flour mill, and 
foundry. Chief Shipments : flour, g-rain, produce, live stock, 
leather, woodenware, etc. The town contains seven churches, public 
schools, public library, town hall, electric lig^ht, water works and fire 
department. Surrounding- towns and villag"es where no papers are 
published : Ravenshoe, Holt, Kettleby, Schomberg-, Glenville, Pine 
Orchard, Keswick, Mount Albert, Queensville, Sharon, Holland 
Landing-, Roaches Point, Belhaven, Sutton and Baldwin. 

ERA, weekly ; L. G. Jackson, editor and publisher ; established 
1852 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eig-ht pag-es, size 17 x 22. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,888* 

See Advt. Page 46. 

EXPRESS-HERALD, weekly ; J. D. McKay, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1895; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 3>, 1906, 1,698"^ 

CHRISTIAN VANGUARD, semi-monthly; Conference of the 
Christian Church in Ontario, publishers ; J. N. Dales, M.A., editor; 
relig-ious ; non-sectarian ; subscription 50c. ; sixteen pag-es, size 
6^ X loX- Circ'n %. 

NIAGARA FALLS, pop. 9,000, Co. Welland, on the Niagara River, 
2 miles below the Falls ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Thousands of 
tourists pass through here on the way to the Falls. Chief Industries : 
powder works, furnace, shoe, tie and suspender factories, metal 
works, wire fencing-, foundries, shredded wheat mill, two silver works, 
ethinite, graphite, chicle, essential oils and fine chemicals, bolts 
and nuts, railway frogs and switches, automatic shutters and 
roller bearings works. Chief Shipments : powder, products of its 
factories, fruit, grain, live stock and farm produce. The city 
contains fourteen churches, public and separate schools, collegiate 
institute, hotels and general stores, public library, city hall, 
electric light, fire department, street railways and two electric 
railways. A steel cantilever bridge and two steel bridges span the 
river at this points Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Queenston, Chippawa, St. Davids, 
Niagara Falls South, and Stamford. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday; Niagara Falls Printing 
& Advertising Co., publishers ; T. A. Dyas, sec-treasurer ; estab- 
lished 1900; conservative; subscription $3.00; six to ten pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n \% 

WEEKLY, established 1879; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ n yi 

REVIEW, weekly ; Frank H. Leslie, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1879; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size i5>^ X 2i>^. See Advt. Page 37. Circ'n i 

NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, pop. 800, Co. Welland, on M.C.R. 
and Niagara River, on the upper end of Lake Ontario, connected 
with Niagara Falls by electric railway. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
It is a splendid fruit growing district and an important summer 
resort. Thousands of tourists pass through here on their way to the 
Falls. 

TIMES, weekly ; Mrs. J. S. Clarke, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1896; independent; Friday; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

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NORTH AUGUSTA, pop. 500, Co. Grenville, on the south branch 
of the Rideau River, 4^ miles from Bellamy, on the C. P. Ry. ; Tel., 
T., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries; saw and g-rist mills. Chief 
Shipments : g-rain and lumber. The town contains, besides its mills 
and stores, three churches. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Algonquin, Charleville, Domville, Garret- 
ton, Glenmore, Maitland, Maynard, Roebuck, and Throoptown. 

CITIZEN, weekly; G. W. Chapman, publisher; established 
1892 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 715 cents ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20, Circ'n X 

NORTH BAY, pop. 5,000, District of Nipissing, on G. T. Ry. and 
* C. P. Ry., and terminal of T. & N. O. Ry., and on the shore of Lake 
Nipissing, 244 miles N. W. of Ottawa (225 miles North of Toronto) ; 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: mining, saw mills, agri- 
culture, C. P. Ry. sectional shops and T. & N. O. Ry. shops. 
Chief Shipments : lumber and fish. The town contains five 
churches, public, separate, normal and high schools and the shops 
of the C. P. Ry., which employ a large number of hands, beside the 
traffic caused by the junction of the N. & N. W. R. and the 
C. P. Ry., going west. Surrounding- towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Callandar, Trout Creek, Bonfield, Verner, 
and Warren. 

DESPATCH, weekly; Geo. H. Newton, publisher; established 
1892; liberal-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n Vi 



TIMES, weekly; N. Phelps, editor and publisher; established 
1885 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, size 15 
X 22. Circ'n % 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Nipissing Tribune Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1906 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Cobalt Nttgget. See Adz'l. Page 84. 

NORWICH, pop. 1,300, Co. Oxford, on the Otter Creek and G.T. 
Ry., 13 miles S.E. of Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Cfhief 
Industries : broom factory, cider and vinegar works, saw, flour and 
planing mills. Chief Shipments: g^rain, produce and the products of 
its farms and factories. The town contains four churches', public 
schools, town hall, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Mount Elg-in, Newark, Ranelag-h, Scotland 
and Harley. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; T. C. Bartholomew, editor and publisher; 
established 1877 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, size 17)^ x 22. Circ'n ^ 

NORWOOD, pop. 945, Co. Peterboro*, on the River Ouse and C. 
P.Ry., i8 miles E. of Peterboro; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries : machine shops, flour, butter, cheese and saw mills, 
veneering, heading-, cheese-box, hub, spoke and pump factories. 
Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, woodenware, hubs, spokes, 
pumps, etc. The town contains five churches, hig-h and public 
schools, etc. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers 
are published : Westwood, Trent Bridge, Clarina, Keene, Villiers, 
Tilton, Blairton and Warsaw. 

REGISTER, weekly ; J. G. Keefer, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1870; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. See Advt. Page 87. Circ'n ^ 

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OAKVILLE, pop. 1,900, Co. Halton, on Sixteen Mile Creek, Lake 
Ontario, and G. T. Ry. and C. P. R., 16 miles S. E. of Milton, 21 J^ 
miles from Toronto ; electric railway connection with Hamilton, 
18 miles west ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
tanneries, basket factory and ship building. Chief Shipments : fruit, 
grain, live stock and leather. The town contains four churches, high, 
separate and public schools, masonic and oddfellows' halls, public 
library, good harbor and lighthouse ; steamboat connection with 
Hamilton and Toronto. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Bronte, Palermo, Trafalgar, Sheridan, 
Clarkson, Port Credit and Postville. 

OAKVILLE RECORD, weekly; F. J. Plenty, publisher; estab- 
lished 1899; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 22 x 15. Circ'n ^ 

STAR, weekly; A. S. Forster, publisher: established 1883; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13/^ x 20. 

Circ'n ^ 

OIL SPRINGS, pop. 1,500, Co. Lambton, on Black Creek and on 
Michigan Central Ry., 2^ miles from Oil City ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : chopping and planing mills and many oil 
wells. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain and oil. The town contains, 
besides its mills, stores, etc., five churches and three hotels. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Oil 
City and Edyville. 

CHRONICLE, weekly ; Chronicle Ptg. Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1862 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

ORANGEVILLE, pop. 2,000, Co. Dufferin, on River Credit and 
* C. P. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
woollen, carding, saw and lumber mills, coffin factory and cement 
works and furniture factory. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, 
farm produce, lumber, coffins and caskets and woollen goods. The 
town contains five churches, high and public schools, public library, 
three society halls, town hall, court house, water works and fire 
department. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Mono Mills, Alton, Charleston, Mono Road, Cataract, 
Caledon, Palgrave, Caledon East, Waldemar, Laurel, Hockley, 
Camilla and Mono Centre. 

BANNER, weekly; McGuire and McKitrick, publishers; estab- 
lished 1893 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,039"^ 

See Advt. Page 98. 

DUFFERIN POST, weekly ; Mungovan Bros., editors and 
publishers ; established 1879 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 22 x 15. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 raos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,460 

SUN, weekly ; John Foley, editor and publisher; established 
i860 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n 2 

ORILLIA, pop. 5,379, Co. Simcoe, on Lakes Couchiching and Sim- 
coe and G.T.R., Junction of Midland and Northern Divisions, 86 
miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
lumber mills, tanneries, woodenware, and woollen mills, foun- 

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dries, veneer, sash and door, furniture, clothing^, lock, wroug-ht iron 
wheels and carriage factories. Chief Shipments: lumber, farm 
produce, live stock and the product of its factories. The town 
contains five churches, colleg-iate institute, public and separate 
schools, public hall, water works and fire department, and owns its 
own power and light plant. It has a good steamboat service 
during navigation. It is a popular ' ummer resort and during the 
season entertains a great many tourists. Surrounding towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Atherley, Washago, 
Hawkestone, Brechin, Longford and Waubaushene. 

NEWS LETTER, weekly ; Curran Bros., editors and publish- 
ers; established 1884; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eig-ht pages, size 17^ x 22. See Adx>t. Page 48. Circ'n 2%. 

PACKET, weekly ; Hale Bros., editors and publishers ; estab- 
lished 1870 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; six to eight pages, size 22^ x 27. Circ'n 2 

TIMES, weekly ; H. T. Blackstone, editor; Times Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1867 ; reform ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pag^es, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,768* 

CANADIAN WORKMAN, monthly ; John Curran, publisher ; 
established 1879 ; A. O. U. W. ; subscription 50c. ; eight pages, size 
• i3>^ x 2o>^. Circ'n 50 

GOSPEL HERALD, monthly ; S.W. Benner, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1886 ; religious ; subscription 20c ; eig-ht pages, size 6x9. 

ORONO, pop. 700, Co. Durham, on the Orono Creek, 15 miles W. 
of Port Hope. Nearest railway point on the G.T.Ry. is Newcastle, 
which is 5 miles S. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
cabinet factory, tannery, flour mill, foundry and machine shops. 
Chief Shipments : gfrain and live stock. The town contains four 
churches and a school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Tyrone, Hampton, Clark, Enniskillen, Ken- 
dal, Newtonville, Kirby, Leskard aud Pontypool. 

NEWS, weekly; Saml. Cuttell, editor and publisher; established 
1885; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

OSHAWA, pop. 6,000, Co. Ontario, on Warren Creek and G. T. Ry., 
4 miles E. of Whitby; Tel., T.; Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour, woollen and grist mills, piano, farm implement and carriage 
factories, foundries, metal roofing and siding factory, harness, steam 
and gas fittings, sash and door and women's whitewcar factories, 
malleable iron works, tannery, canning- factory, etc. Chief Ship- 
ments : manufactured articles, grain, flour and farm produce. The 
town contains eight churches, high and public schools, a ladies' 
college, new Carnegie library, town hall, music hall, and is lighted 
by electric light and has a fire department, gas works, water 
works and sewage system. Electric Railway to Cedar Dale and 
Oshawa-on-the-Lake. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Brooklin, Taunton, Columbus, Myrtle, Raglan, 
Whitevale, Foley, Courtice, Enfield and Cedar Dale. 

ONTARIO REFORMER, weekly; E. Mundy & Son, editors 
and publishers; established 1871; liberal; Friday; subscriotion $r.oo; 
eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,400 

VINDICATOR, weekly; S. H. Graham, editor and publisher; 
established 1854; conservative; Friday, subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size \1% x 24. Circ'n i 



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OTTAWA, pop. 67,572 ; Co. Carleton, on Ottawa River and Rideau 
* Canal, C. P. Ry., G. T. Ry., and St. L. & O. Ry., N. Y. C. Ry., 
P. & P. J. Ry., and O. & G. V. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : lumber, square timber, deals, machinery, foundries, 
saw and planing^, box, pulp, woollen and other mills and industries. 
Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, boxes, manufactured pulp and 
matches. Lumber by the millions of feet is shipped to Great 
Britain, United States and other places. The city is the capital of 
the Dominion of Canada, and is picturesquely situated on the Ottawa 
" River. It has wide, regular streets, possesses many handsome 
stone building-s, including- the Parliamentary and Departmental 
building's, and several handsome churches, a university, colleges, 
convents, model, normal, and several public and separate schools, 
excellent fire brigade and water department. The city is lighted by 
electric light and gas, and has electric street car ser-vice. Popula- 
tion within 3 miles of City Hall, 100,000. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Chelsea, Clarkston, Iron- 
sides, Pakenham, Finch, Rockland, Metcalfe, Crysler, Berwick, 
Newington, Kenmore, Vernon, Manotick, Stittsville, Casselman, 
Hammond, Masson, Thurso, Wakefield, Stewarton, Eastman's 
Springs and Caledonia Springs. 

CITIZEN, every morning and evening except Sunday ; Southam 
Limited, publishers; established 1844; conservative; subscription, 
morning $6.00, evening $3.60 ; ten to twenty-four pages, size 

17 X 23'^ 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr, 30, 1907, 12,567* 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1844; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00; ten to twelve pages, size 17 x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 9,898* 

FREE PRESS, every evening except Sunday; Ottawa Free 
Press, Ltd., publishers; established 1869; liberal; subscription 
$3.00; ten to twenty-four pages, size 17 x 23, 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 6,435* 

JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday ; Journal Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1885 ; independent ; subscription $3.00; 
twelve pages; Saturdays twenty to twenty-four pages, size 17 x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 9,344* 

OTTAWA VALLEY JOURNAL (semi-weekly edition of Jour- 
nal), established 1886 ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
ten to twelve pages, size 17 x 23)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 8,360* 

LE TEMPS, French; every evening except Sunday ; Le 
Temps Printing Co., publishers ; Leopold Moffet, manager ; 
established 1893; liberal; subscription $3.00; six to eight pages, 
size 22)4 X 18. 

Sworn Circ'n, -average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3,200 

See Advt. Page 98. 

CANADA GAZETTE, weekly; Government of Canada (King's 
Printer), publisher ; Government notices, etc. ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $4.00; about sixty pages, size 8x 13. Inserts Government 
advertisements o?ily. 

DIPPER, weekly; Kuhn Brothers, publishers; established 
1905 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; free distribution ; four to eight 
pages, size 17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 8, GOO 

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DOMINION PRESBYTERIAN, weekly ; C. Blackett Robin- 
son, publisher ; established 1898 ; relig-ious, Presbyterian ; Wednes- 
day ; subscription $1.50 ; sixteen pages, size 9 x i3)4- Circ'n 6^ 

Also dated at Winnipeg^ and Montreal. 

UNITED CANADA, weekly; Rev. Dr. J. F. Coffey, editor ; 
Jno. D. Grace, publisher ; established 1888; independent, Roman 
Catholic ; Saturday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 30 x 42. 

DANEBROG, Danish, weekly; Chas. C. Meyer, editor and 
publisher; established 1892; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, size 13 x 20. See Advt, Page 58. Circ'n \%, 

MILITARY GAZETTE, semi-monthly; established 1885; 
2nd and 4th Tuesdays ; military ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-four 
pages, size 9x12. 

CANADIAN PATENT OFFICE RECORD, monthly; pub- 
lished by the Patent Dept. of the Dominion Government ; subscription 
$2.00. Does not insert advertisements . 

NATURALIST, monthly ; Ottawa Field Naturalists' Club, 
publishers ; established 1879 ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen to thirty- 
two pages, size 8^ x 6. 

REAL ESTATE CHRONICLE, monthly; J. Y. Caldwell, 
editor and publisher; established 1900; real estate; free distribution; 
twenty pages, size 11^ x 9. 

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA REVIEW, monthly; University 
Students, publishers; established 1898; college; subscription $i.oo ; 
thirty-two pages, size 6^ x 9^. Circ'n % 

OWEN SOUND, pop. 10,765, Co. Grey, on the Sydenham River and 
* Georgian Bay (Owen Sound), and on C.P.Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries ; woollen, flour, saw and planing mills, 
machine shops, foundries, tanneries, grain elevators, lime kilns, 
Portland cement mills, chair and table, biscuit and confectionery, 
wire fence, and pickle factories, breweries, stone quarries, cannery, 
cigar factory and iron and steel ship building. Chief Shipments ; 
grain, flour, live stock, produce, saw and cement mill machinery, 
water and propeller wheels and other products of its various factor- 
ies. The town contains six churches, collegiate institute and busi- 
ness college, three public schools, public library, town hall seating 
600, elevator, good water works, fire department, electric light 
works, steamship and steamboat lines, and the finest harbor on 
Georgian Bay, the Sound being 12 miles long and 5 miles wide at its 
mouth, sheltered on both sides its entire length, and a depth of water 
sufficient for the largest vessels on the lake. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Big Bay, Presqu'ile, 
Kilsyth, Leith, Woodford, Johnson, Bothwell Corners, Sydenham, 
Kemble, Brooke, Desboro and Shallow Lake. 

ADVERTISER, semi-weekly ; James H. Little, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1862 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 24 x 18. 

SUN, semi-weekly; C. A. Fleming & Son, editors and publishers; 
established 1890 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,717* 

See Advt. Page 42. 

TIMES, semi-weekly ; Jas. H. Rutherford, editor and publisher; 
established 1 853 ; conservative ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 24. See Advt. Page 98. Circ'n 3 

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CHRISTIAN MESSENGER, semi-monthly; C. A. Fleming, 
publisher ; established 1897 ; relig^ous, Disciples of Christ ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; eight pages, size 10^ x 14. Circ'n ^ 

CANADIAN POULTRY N EWS, monthly ; Robt. R. Cameron, 
publisher; established 1898; poultry ; subscription 25 cents; twelve 
to sixteen pages, size 9)^ x I3>^. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 96. 

PAISLEY, pop. 1,154, Co. Bruce, at the confluence of the Saugeen 
and Teeswater rivers, on the G. T. Ry., 30 miles S. W. of Owen 
Sound and 15 miles N.E. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and woollen mills, carpet factory, pork 
packing establishment, and machine shop. Ch|ief Shipments : 
flour, grain, wool, pork and farm produce. The town contains four 
churches, a public school, town hall, public library, etc. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Dobbinton, 
Underwood, Glamis, Pinkerton, Eden Grove, Williscroft, Lockerby, 
Bruce, Queen Hill, Saugeen and Dunblane. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; D. McKenzie, publisher; established 
1863 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n i^ 

PALMERSTON, pop. 2,200, Co. Wellington, on the G.T.Ry., Stratford 
and Huron and Wellington Ry., 43 miles N. W. of Guelph, the 
county seat; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, 
flour, flax, oatmeal and other mills, sash and door factory, car 
and- engine shops, malthouse, pork packing house and carriage 
factory. Chief Shipments : grain, malt, bacon, carriages, flour, 
live stock and produce. The town contains fi^ie churches, 
public school, town hall and public library, several hotels and good 
stores. It is lighted by electric light. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Moorefield, Trecastle, 
Gowanstown, Cotswold and Newbridge. 

SPECTATOR, weekly; T. H. Kay & Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1897; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n }^ 

PARIS, pop. 3,400, Qo. Brant, at the confluence of the Nith and Grand 
Rivers, on the G. T. and S. V. Ry., 61 miles S,W. of Toronto ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen , knitting, flour, 
and wincey mills, alabastine, needle, screen door, plow and refrig- 
erator factories and chemical works. Chief Shipments : grain, 
flour, live stock, plaster, farm produce, and the output of its mills. 
^ The town contains six churches, high, public and separate schools, 
one of the finest equipped Y.M.C.A. Buildings in Western Canada, 
Y.W.C.A., town hall, public library, fire department and water 
works. The town is lighted by electric light, electric power for 
manufacturers is supplied from Niagara, and natural gas is also 
used for power, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Princeton, Burford, Falkland, Glenmorris, 
Canning and Drumbo. 

REVIEW, weekly ;C.W. Lawton, publisher ; established 1878; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n i 

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STAR-TRANSCRIPT, weekly; G. W. Featherstone, editor 
and publisher ; established 1850; liberal; Wednesday; subscription 
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PARKHILL, pop. 1,430, Co. Middlesex, 31 miles N.W. of London ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, planing^, flour, 
wool and flax mills, tannery, foundry, salt well, soda water and pop 
factory. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock and farm produce, 
and the products of its mills and factories. The town contains five 
churches, high and public schools, public library, and a volunteer 
fire brigade. 

GAZETTE-REVIEW, weekly; William Dawson, proprietor ; 
established 1892 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig"ht 
pag-es, size 17^ x 22. See Advt. Page 76. Circ'n \% 

POST, weekly ; Clothier and Kennedy, publishers ; established 
1903 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Sworn Circ'n., average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,200 

PARRY SOUND, pop. 4,000, District of Parry Sound, situated at 
the mouth of Seguin River, on the Eastern shore of Georgian Bay, 
on the G. T. Ry., 50 miles from Midland. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, mining and farming, also 
several factories and a tannery. Chief Shipments : timber, tan 
bark, copper ore, ties and wood manufactures. The town contains 
five churches, two public schools, court house, registry office, a good 
harbor and daily connection by boat to all points. The town is also 
a popular summer resort and during" the season the population will 
run as high as 5,000. Surrounding* towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Dunchurch, Depot Harbor, McKellar, 
Orrville and Sprucedale. 

CANADIAN, weekly ; Chas. Sarney, publisher ; established 
1895; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; twelve pag-es, 
size 15 x 22. 

NORTH STAR, weekly ; Ireland & Bundy, editors and publish- 
ers ; established 1874 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen 
pages, size 15 x 20. Circ'n i|^ 

PEMBROKE, pop. 5,800, Co. Renfrew, on Indian, Muskrat and 
* Ottawa Rivers and C.P.Ry. and G.T.Ry., 96 miles N.W. of Ottawa, 
the capital of the Dominion. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : lumbering and lumber supplies, flour, saw and woollen 
mills, foundry and machine shops. Chief Shipments : lumber, g^rain, 
live stock, flour and produce, lumbering- supplies, incubators and 
cream separators. The town contains eight churches, a convent, 
public and separate schools, a high school, a court house, g-aol, 
town hall, fire brig-ade hall and music hall ; it also contains the . 
finest agricultural driving park in the Upper Ottawa valley, sewerag-e, 
water works and fire department, and is lig-hted by electric ligrht. 
Surrounding- villages where no papers are published : Beachburg, 
Osceola, Westmeath, Chalk River, Petewawa and Rankin. 

OBSERVER AND OTTAWA VALLEY ADVOCATE, weekly; 
M. Ringrose, publisher; established 1854; liberal; Thursday; sub- 
scription $i.oo; eig-ht pag-es, size x^Yz x 22. 

STAN DARD, weekly ; W. H. Bone, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 21. See Advt. Page 90. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to April 30, 1907, 1,570 
DEUTSCHE POST, German, weekly; A. P. Christiansen, 
editor and publisher; established 1902; independent; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15x22. See Advt. Page 52. Circ'n i 

KIRCH EN BLATT, German, weekly; Evangelical Lutheran 
Synod of Canada, publishers ; established 1867 ; relig^ious ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size q x 12^. Circ'n \% 

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PENETANGUISHENE, pop. 2,917, Co. Simcoe, on G. T. Ry., 
and at head of Penetangoiishene Bay, 34 miles N.W. of Barrie, 
103 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour, saw and planing^ mills, foundry, tannery, box and 
carriag"e factories, etc. Chief Shipments : lumber, boxes, flour, 
machinery, leather, carriag-es, live stock, furs, fish, cordwood, 
railway ties, teleg'raph poles, etc. The town is a popular summer 
resort and contains four churches, public schools, separate schools, 
free library, fine harbor and wharves, with railway sidingfs and 
g^ood steamboat service during- navig-ation. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wyebridg-e, St. Patrick, 
Vasey and Waverley. 

HERALD, weekly ; Herald Printing- Co., publishers ; established 
1881 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pag^es, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

PERTH, pop. 4,000, Co. Lanark, on the Tay Canal and C.P.Ry. ; Tel., 

* T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries ; Wampole laboratory, 
knitting factories, distilleries, tannery, flour mill, felt mill, car wheel 
works, bolt works, small hardware factory, peat works and foundry. 
Chief Shipments : cheese, creamery butter, g^rain, live stock, phos- 
phate of lime and farm produce. The town contains five churches, 
three schools, a public library and has waterworks and electric 
lighting. There are also extensive mica and plumbago mines in 
the vicinity. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Glen Tay, Innisville, McDonald's Corners, Maberly 
and Port Elmsley. 

COU Rl ER, weekly ; Walker Bros., editors and publishers ; estab- 
lished 1834 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 
17^ X 22. Circ'n 2 

EXPOSITOR, weekly; Chas. F. Stone, editor and publisher; 
established i860; conservative ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,675 

PETERBOROUGH, pop. 15,000, Co. Peterborough, on the Otona- 

* bee River, G. T. Ry. and C. P. Ry., and Trent Canal; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : sash and door factories, flour, 

. oatmeal and woollen mills, carpet factories, agricultural implement, 
underwear, woven labels, mining- and sawmill machinery, piano 
and canoe factories, machine shops, electrical and carbon works, 
furniture, lock, harness, tent and awning works, bit and tool 
factory, shovel works, potteries and brick yards. The American 
Cereal Co. and Peterboro Cereal Co. operate large mills for the pur- 
pose of manufacturing- flour and cereal foods. The Canadian Cordag-e 
works and Can. General Electric works are also located here. Chief 
Shipments: electrical supplies, canoes, woollens, furniture, live stock 
and the products of its factories and farms. This town is rapidly 
becoming a great manufacturing centre ; the water power, extending 
a distance of ten miles along the Otonabee River, is regarded as 
equal to any on the continent. Surrounding country is devoted to 
agriculture and lumbering. The town is a popular summer resort 
and during the season is visited by large numbers of tourists. The 
city contains fourteen churches, one of the three new Normal 
Schools, six public schools, and collegiate institute, theatre, armory, 
business college, two hospitals, public library, court house, opera 
house, Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. buildings, and has wafer works, 
fire department, electric light, etc. Surrounding towns and villages 

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where no papers are published: Warsaw, Keene, Baillieboro', 
Selwyn, Bridg-enorth, Fraserville, Centreville, Young's Point, Mount 
Pleasant and Ida. , 

EXAMINER, every evening- except Sunday, J. R. Stratton, 
editor and publisher ; established 1885 ; reform ; subscription $4.00 ; 
eigfht to sixteen pages, size 17^ x 21^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,263* 

WEEKLY, established 1853 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
12 to 16 pages, size 17^ x 21^. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 74. 

REVIEW, every evening except Sunday ; Review Printing and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., editors and publishers ; established 1879 ; con- 
servative ; subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, size 17^ x 22)^. 

Circ'n \% 

WEEKLY, established 1853 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve 
to sixteen pages, size 17^ x 22^. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 98. 

TIMES, every morning except Sunday; Times Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1884 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. 

WEEKLY, established 1884 ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pag-es, size 18 x 24. 

PETROLIA, pop. 4,359, Co. Lambton, on Bear Creek, G.T.Ry. and 
M.C.Ry., 16 miles S.E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries: foundries, boiler and machine shops, wagon and pork 
factories, saw, planing and flour mills. Chief Shipments: petroleum, 
hay, wagons. The town is the centre of an immense petroleum belt, 
and contains an oil refinery, and ample facilities for the storag-e 
of oil. It has five churches, high and public schools, a town hall, 
masonic temple, public library, opera house, electric lig-ht, gas 
works, an excellent waterworks system, and a good fire depart- 
ment. Surrounding towns and villag^es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Copleston, Inwood, Weidman, Warwick, Kertch and 
Oil City. 

ADVERTISER weekly ;Mrs. E. Wilson, publisher, J. G. Hutch- 
croft, manager ; established 1867 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,189'A' 

See Advt. Page 56. 

TOPIC, weekly ; Kedwell & Co. publishers ; J. W. Kedwell, 
editor and manager ; established 1879 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,732'A" 

CANADIAN PIGEON FANCIER, monthly ; Kedwell & Co., 
publishers; established 1903; pigeon raising; 1st of each month ; 
subscription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, size 6x9. Circ'n %. 

POULTRY ADVOCATE, monthly; Kedwell Publishing Co., 
Ltd. , publishers ; established 1897 ; poultry raising; 15th of each 
month ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-six pages up, size 8)^ x iij^. 

Circ'n 3X 

PICKERING, pop. 1,000, Co. Ontario, on Duffin's Cr^k, about. ^ 

miles N.E. of outlet into Lake Ontario at Pickerings Harbor, and <;fSi. 

V the G.T.Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : appl^ 

evaporator, flour and planing- mills. Chief Shipments^t ^ain, live 

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stock, fruit, principally apples, and produce. The town contains 
seven churches, a Society of Friends meeting- house, a public school, 
etc. Surrounding- towns and villagfes where no papers are pub- 
lished : Brougham, Claremont, Dunbarton, Whitevale, Greenwood, 
Green River, Audley, Balsam, Altona, Atha, Liverpool, Cherry- 
wood and Kinsale. 

N EWS, weekly ; Murkar & Thexton publishers ; established 
iSSi ; independent; Friday; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n r^ 

PIC T ON, pop. 4,000, Co. Prince Edward, on the Bay of Quinte and 
* C. O. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : several 
•creameries, canning:, cheese factories, foundry, seed warehouses 
and extensive ship yards. Chief Shipments : canned g-oods, seeds, 
g-rain, flour, live stock, cheese and farm produce. The town con- 
tains five churches, collegiate institute, business college, public 
schools, town hall, society hall, and has g-ood steamboat connec- 
tion. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ameliasburgh, Bloomfield, Cherry Valley, Consecon, 
Demorestville, Milford, Albury, Rednerville, Carrying Place, Mas- 
sassag-a, Huntingdon, Westlake, North Cressy, Salmon Point, Rose 
Hall, Glenora, Chisholm, Hig-h Shore and Welling-ton. 

GAZETTE, semi-weekly; S. M. Congfer & Bro., publishers; 
established 1831 ; conservative ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pagfes, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 93. 

TIMES, weekly; J. W. McLean, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1854; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
.size 17^ X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,593*^^ 

PLATTSVILLE, pop. 800, Co. Oxford, on the River Nith, i8 miles 
N. E. of Woodstock, four miles N.E. of Brig-ht, its nearest railway 
ipoint ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : planing:, 
^woollen and flour mills, carriage, furniture and pump factories, tan- 
neries, etc. Chief Shipments : g-rain, lumber, leather, live stock, 
brick and tile, carriages and furniture. The village contains four 
•churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and villag-es 
■where no papers are published : Washington, New Dundee, Hays- 
ville, Drumbo, Wolverton and Brig-ht. 

ECHO, weekly; Robinson Bros., publishers; established 1887; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, size 
x-^Yz X 20. Circ'n Yz 

PORT ARTHUR, pop. 12,000, District of Thunder Bay, on W. 
shore of Lake Superior, C.P.Ry., Port Arthur, Duluth Extension and 
Can. Nor. Rys.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : min- 
ing-, lumbering and farming. Chief Shipments : grain, fish, minerals 
and lumber. The town contains eig-ht churches, hig-h school, public 
and separate schools, court house and several hotels. It is a centre 
of shipping for the Northwest and is also the northern terminus of 
the C. P. R., Montreal & Lake Superior and other steamship lines 
running between Owen Sound, S. Ste. Marie, Montreal, Sarnia and 
Duluth and this port. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : Silver Mountain, Murillo, Chapleau, Schreiber, 
McKenzie River, and Nepigon. 

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EVENING CHRONICLE, every evehing- except Sunday; 
Chronicle Printing- Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903 ; liberal ; 
subscription to out-of-town subscribers $2.00, others $3.50 ; eig"ht 
to sixteen pag-es, size 15 x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,580^ 

See Advt. Page 68. 

NEWS, every evening- except Sunday ; E. B. Mackay, publisher ; 
established 1906 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; eight to twenty 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

PORT COLBORNE, pop. 1,400, Co. Welland, on Lake Erie, at 
entrance of Welland Canal, on the G. T. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries, glass and brass factories, grist and planing 
mills, lime kilns, brewery and cement works. Chief Shipments : the 
products of its factories. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Humberstown, Wainfleet, Lowbanks, 
Stromness. 

TIMES AND HUMBERSTONE NEWS, weekly; Geo. J. 

Bell, publisher; established 1899 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 
See Advt. Page 66. 

PORT DOVER, pop. 1,700, Co. Norfolk, on Lake Erie, River Lynn 
and G. T. Ry., 79 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : tannery, vineg-ar works, evaporator, saw, planing-, 
knitting- and flour mills. Chief Shipments : g-rain, fish, fresh and 
dried fruits, vineg-ar, leather and knitted g-oods, limestone. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, town hall, opera 
house and free library, and has good water power. Port Dover is a 
popular summer resort. Surrounding- towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Nanticoke, Port Ryerse, Renton and 
Vittoria. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; L. G. Morg-an, editor and publisher; 
established 1871 ; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 13^^ x 20. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 62. 

PORT ELGIN, pop. r,6oo, Co. Bruce, on G.T.Ry., 28 miles N. W. of 
Walkerton; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: tannery, 
brush and broom factory, flour, saw, planing^ and woollen mills. 
Chief Shipments : g"rain, lumber, flour, brooms, leather, etc. The 
town contains seven churches, five schools, public library, etc. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Underwood, Burg-oyne, Inverraay, Arkwrig-ht, Saugfeen, Elsinore 
and Chippewa. 

TIMES, weekly; Robert Munro, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1886; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag-es, size 15 x 22. 

PORT HOPE, pop. 5,042, Co. Durham, at the confluence of 
Generaska River and Lake Ontario, and junction of Midland Division 
with main line G.T.Ry., 63 miles East of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : preserving and canning^, iron sewer pipe, 
threaded pipe and connecting irons works, enamelled ware, plumbers' 
supplies, file factory, flour and plaster mills, tanneries, foundries, 
brewery, pottery and red brick plant, extensive greenhouses, planing- 
mills and machine shops, lace and carpet mills, carriage and 
implement factories. Chief Shipments : lumber, g-rain, leather, fruit, 
flour, live stock and products of factories, etc. The town contains 



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eig-ht churches, three public schools, a new hig-h school and Trinity 
College School, a public library, town hall and opera house. 
It has a fine harbor, custom house and U. S. Consulate, life boat 
service, bathing beach, g^ood water works, filtered water, fire 
department, daily steamboat service to Rochester, N.Y., and all 
points East and West, and is lighted by electricity and g-as. The 
town stands hig-hest in g-overnment health report. Surroundings 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Canton, Dale, 
Gores Landing, Garden Hill, Ballyduff, Enniskillen, Bethany, Ken- 
dall, Newtonville, Perrytown, Pontypool, Welcome and Bewdley. 

GUIDE, every evening except Sunday; Geo. Wilson & Son, 
editors and publishers ; established 1878 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; 
four pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, established 1831 ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2% 

TIMES, weekly; E. G. Rooke, publisher; established 1856; 
independent conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pag-es, size 17^^ x 22. Circ'n 2}i 

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PORT PERRY, pop. 1,600, Co. Ontario, on Lake Scugog and G.T. 
Ry., 18 miles N. of Whitby ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief In- 
dustries : farming, fruit growing-, flour and saw mills. Chief Ship- 
ments : live stock, grain, lumber, flour and farm produce. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, public library, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Marsh Hill, Prince Albert, Manchester, Cadmus, Raglan, Myrtle, 
Blackstock, Greenbank, Utica, Seagrave, Sonya, Caesarea, Epsom, 
Ashburn, Columbus, Scugog and Yelverton. 

OBSERVER, weekly; H. Parsons, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1857; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 20 x 27^. Circ'n ^ 

STAR AND STANDARD, weekly; W. H. Cline, publisher; 
established 1865 ; independent liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

PORT ROWAN, pop. 759., Co. Norfolk, on South Norfolk branch 
G.T.Ry., 21 miles from Simcoe ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : planing mills, grist and saw mills. Chief Shipments ; 
lumber and grain. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, 
three churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Jacksonburg, Rowan Mills, Walsing- 
ham Centre and St. Williams. 

NEWS, weekly; S. H. Harding, publisher; established 1893; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; ten pages, size 13^ x 20. 

Circ'n X 

POWASSAN, pop. 900, District of Parry Sound, on G. T. Ry., 
near Lake Nipissing, 207 miles N. of Toronto, 20 miles S. of North 
Bay; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : mining, lumbering and 
farming. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Barrett, Trout Creek, Callender, Frank's Bay and Commanda. 

N EWS, weekly ; J. B. Lake, editor and publisher ; established 
1907 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size II X 17. Circ'n % 

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PRESCOTT, pop. 3,019, Co. Grenville, on the St. Lawrence River, 
*C. P. Ry., and G.T.Ry., 12 miles E. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: emery wheel factory, casket 
factory, brewery and distillery. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, 
ale and spirits, and farm produce. The town contains five churches, 
public, higfh and separate schools, town hall, opera house and public 
library ; it has a ferry service across the river to Og-densburg^ on 
the American side, and steamboat connection to all points. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villag^es where no papers are published : 
Cardinal, Spencerville, Charleville, Maitland, and Algonquin. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; G. W. Mason & Son, pubhshers ; establish- 
ed 1847 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht pag-es, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

MESSENGER, weekly; G. R. T. Sawle, editor and publisher; 
established 1855 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

PRESTON, pop. 3,020, Co. Waterloo, at the confluence of the Grand 
and Speed rivers and on the G. T. Ry., 4 miles N. of Gait, with 
which it is connected by electric railway, 8 miles S. E. of Berlin, 
also connected by electric railway ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen and flour mills, stove and furnace found- 
ries, piano players and piano player actions, hockey sticks, metal 
shingfles, siding, roofing-, etc., factories, school and office furniture 
factory, cig-ar factory and brewery. Chief Shipments : g-rain, pro- 
duce, live stock, ale and the product of its factories. The town 
contains six churches, public and separate schools, public library, 
opera house seating 550, and artesian mineral spring-s. Surround- 
ing- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Doon, 
Breslau, Ayr, Blair, New Dundee, Myrriston and Puslinch. 

PROGRESS, weekly; Preston Progress Printing Co., Ltd., 
publishers, Thos. H. Arntfield, editor ; established 1886 ; indepen- 
dent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17^^ x 22. Circ'n ^ 

RAINY RIVER, pop. 2,000, Rainy River District, on Rainy River 
and on Canadian Northern Ry. Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : lumbering and fishing. Chief Shipment : lumber. The 
village has four churches, four hotels and several stores. 

GAZETTE, weekly; J. A. Osborne, publisher; W. T. Noonan, 
manager ; established 1902 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Fort Frances Times. 

RENFREW, pop. 3,400, Co. Renfrew, on Smith's Creek, Bonnechere 
River, C. P. Ry., G. T. Ry., and K. & P. Ry., 35 miles S. E. of 
Pembroke and 53 miles from Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : creamery, flour, saw, planing and woollen mills, 
wooden-ware and steel notions factories, and farming. Chief Ship- 
ments : butter, grain, live stock, farm produce, flour, lime, wooden- 
ware and woollen goods. The town contains five churches, high 
and public schools, kindergarten, manual training and domestic 
science schools, public library, town hall and public hall, electric 
light, power and heat, and a fine system of waterworks and sewer- 
age. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Calabogie, Shamrock, Stewartville, Forrester's Falls, Burnstown, 
Castleford, Sand Point, Braeside and White Lake. 

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JOURNAL, weekly; Journal Printing: Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1886 ; conservative ; Thursday ; suscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

MERCURY AND COUNTY OF RENFREW ADVERTISER, 
weekly; Smallfield & Son, editors and publishers ; established 1871; 
independent-liberal; Fridays; subscription $1.25; eig"ht pag-es, 
size 15 X 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag"e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,600 

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RICHARDS LANDING, pop. 300, Alg^oma district, on N. shore 
of St. Joseph's Island ; steamboat connection with the mainland. 
Nearest railroad station, Desbarats, on the C.P.Ry. Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished: Hilton, Jocelyn and Tenby Bay. 

ST. JOE H ERALD, weekly; Jos. Rickaby, publisher; estab- 
lished 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight 
pages. Circ'n X 

RICHMOND HI LL, pop. 700, Co. York, on C. N. Ry. , 3 V^ miles E. of 
Maple Station, on Grand Trunk Ry., 12 miles N. of Toronto ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: carriage works, foundry, 
saw mills and tannery. Chief Shipments : g^rain, lumber, carriages, 
castings and farm produce. The villag-e contains four churches, 
high and public schools. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Thornhill, Maple, King, Unionville, Noble- 
ton, Langfstaff, Kleinburg and Victoria Square. 

LI BERAL, weekly ; T. F. McMahon, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n yi 

RIDGETOWN, pop. 2,500, Co. Kent, on M.C. Ry., and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 20 miles E. of Chatham ; Tel.,T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries: flour, saw and planing mills, hoop and stave mill, 
five grain elevators, evaporating", basket and pump factories, etc. 
Chief Shipments : grain, flour, live stock, fresh fish and produce. The 
town contains six churches, colleg-iate institute, g^raded schools, public 
library, opera house, etc. Surrounding- towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Morpeth, Clearville, Palmyra, Vosburg, 
Buckhorn, Charing Cross and Harwich. 

DOMINION, weekly; Bowyer & Co., publishers; established 
1895; conservative; Thursday; subscription $i.oo ; eig-ht pagfes, 
size 22 x 15. Circ'n ^ 

PLAINDEALER AND STAN DARD, weekly ; Geo. J. Clax- 

ton, editor and proprietor; established 1876; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n \% 

RIPLEY, pop. 650, Co. Bruce, on the G.T. Ry., 8 miles from Kincar- 
dine ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, grist and 
planing mills. Chief Shipments : lumber, flour, live stock and g-rain. 
The town contains besides its mills and stores, three churches and 
three hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Lochalsh, Rapid City, Askfield, Holyrood, Kintail, 
Bervie, Amberley and Laurier. 

EXPRESS, weekly; G. H. Mooney, publisher; established 
1894 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, 
size 20 X 21. Circ'n X 

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RODNEY, pop. 900, Co. Elgin, on M. C. Ry., 29 miles S. W. of St. 
Thomas ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : agriculture, 
flour, stave and saw mills. Chief Shipments : flour, grain, lumber, 
farm produce, etc. The town contains six dhurches, school, two 
hotels and several good stores, etc. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Eagle, Tryconnell, Bismarck, 
Cashmere, Wallacetown, Aldborough, New Glasgow, Thames 
Valley, Crinan and Wardsville. 

MERCURY, weekly; F. A. McCallum, publisher ; established 
1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n Yi 

RUSSELL, pop. 700, Co. Russell, situated on Castor River (which 
furnishes power), and Ottawa & N. Y. Ry., 60 miles S. W. of 
LOrignal, the county seat; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : woollen, saw and flour mills. Chief Shipments : wool, 
lumber, cattle, hogs, sheep, cheese and flour. The town contains 
besides its stores, etc., four churches and three hotels, public library 
and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : St. Onge, Embrum, Marvelville, Felton, 
Kenmore, Vars, Osgoode, Echo Valley and Metcalfe. 

LEADER, weekly; Lowrie Bros., publishers; established 1899; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
13^ X 20. Circ'n ^ 

ST. CATHARINES, pop. 11,780, Co. Lincoln, on Twelve Mile Creek 
* and Welland Canal, G. T. Ry., S. C. & N. C. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Connected with Thorold, Merritton, Port Dalhousie 
and Niagara Falls by electric cars. Chief Industries : edge tools, 
saws, axes, bent stuff", news and writing paper mills, flour mills, 
traction engines, agricultural implements, wine vaults, harvest tools, 
brewery, planing mills, machine shops, mining and hydraulic 
machinery, locomotive boilers, cash register factory, carbide 
works, knitting factories, etc. Chief Shipments : fruit, flour, grain, 
paper, stone, harvest tools, chains, lamps, edge tools of all kinds, 
agricultural implements and products. The city contains sixteen 
churches, two colleges, one collegiate institute, public and separate 
schools, free library, opera house, court house, custom house. 
General and Marine Hospital, orphan asylum, and other charitable 
institutions : extensive stone quarries are worked in the neighbor- 
hood : excellent water works and good railway facilities with daily 
steamboat connections to all points. The city is lighted by elec- 
tricity and has an electric car service. It is the County town and is 
located in the heart of a rich agricultural and fruit growing district. 
The city has some repute as a health resort owing to the natural 
mineral water springs. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : St. David's, Queenston, Virgil, Jordan, 
Drummondville and Port Dalhousie. 

STANDARD, every evening except Sunday; Burgoyne & 
Calkins, publishers ; established 1891 ; conservative ; subscription 
$3.00 ; six to ten pages, size 15 x 22)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3,530'Ar 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1891; Monday and Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00; six pages up, size x'jYz x 22>^. Circ'n }^ 

See Advt. Page 73. 

STAR-JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday; Journal Print- 
ing Co., editors and publishers; N. R. MacGregor, Business Man- 
ager; R. W. Dillon, Editor; established 1859; liberal; subscription 
$3.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 20. Circ'n 1^ 

WEEKLY (Journal)y established 1826 ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

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CANADIAN PRINTERS' NEWS, monthly; record paper of 
The Co-Operative Newspaper List; Can. Printers, Ltd., publishers; 
four pag-es, size 13 x 20. 

FACTORY SITE TRADE BULLETIN, monthly ; real estate. 

ST. GEORGE, pop. 900, Co. Brant, on Mill Creek, and G.T.Ry., 
five miles from Brantford; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour, saw and planing* mills, sash and door factory, foundry, 
ag"ricultural and wag-on works. Chief Shipments: flour, g^rain, lumber, 
wagfons, agfricultural implements and farm produce. The villag-e 
contains three churches, public school and public library. Surround- 
ing- towns and villag^es where no papers are published : Glen Morris, 
Rose Bank, Richmond, Princeton, Falkland, Lynden, and Troy. 

SENTINEL, weekly; James Heveron, editor and publisher; 
established 1894 » independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; 
eight pag-es, size 20 x 13. 

ST. MARY S, pop. 3,416, Co. Perth, on the River Thames and G. T. 
Ry., II miles S. W. of Stratford; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : woollen, flax, flour and oatmeal mills, sash, door and 
blind factories, cooperag-e, carriag-e factory, foundry, stone quarries, 
ag-ricultural works and larg-est creamery in Canada. Chief Ship- 
ments : flour, g-rain, casting-s, leather, live stock, stone, lime and 
produce. The town is called the Stone Town, and is located in 
a valley between Trout Creek and River Thames ; the supply of 
stone is practically inexhaustible. It has five churches, an Odd- 
fellows' .Hall containing- the opera house, public schools, free library, 
colleg-iate institute, and is lig-hted by electric lig-ht. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published ; Avonbank, 
Prospect Hill, Kirkton, Granton, Thorridale, Wellburn and Whalen. 

ARGUS, weekly; A. C. Wood, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1857 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 18x24. Circ'n i^ 

JOURNAL, weekly ; John W. Eedy, publisher; established 1879; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
17^ X 24. Circ'n i^ 

ST. THOMAS, pop. 13,400, Co. Elgin, situated on banks of Kettle 
* Creek on M.C.Ry., G.T.Ry., Wabash R.R., C.P.Ry., and Pere 
Marquette Ry., 9 miles from Port Stanley ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : saw, planing, flour, flax and rolling 
mills, stave factory, broom and brush factories, foundries, 
brick yards, breweries, car, car wheel and engine shops. Chief 
Shipments : grain, live stock, fruit and products of its factories 
and mills. The city contains thirteen churches, collegiate institute, 
Alma Ladies' College, Sinclair College, business college, model, 
public and separate schools, free library, city hall, two opera 
houses, has electric light, fire department and electric street railway. 
This city is an important railway centre. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Glanworth, Fingal, Port 
Stanley, Shedden, Talbotville, Union, Vienna, Sparta, Payne's 
Mills and Frome. 

JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday; Journal Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1881; liberal; subscription $3.00 and 
$4.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 3,012* 

WEEKLY (Southe7'n Coufities Journal) , established 1859; Thurs- 
day; subscription $1.00; eight to sixteen pages, size 17^x22^. 

See Advt. Page 85. Circ'n i^ 

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TIMES, every evening^ except Sunday; Times Printing- Co., 
publishers ; L. H. Dingman, managing director ; estal?lished 1882 ; 
conservative; subscription $3.00 and $4.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 
size 17 Ji X 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for i2.mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 3,892^ 

WEEKLY, established 1873 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to twelve pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,586'A' 

See Advt. Page 106. 

MUNICIPAL WORLD, monthly; The Municipal World, Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1891 ; municipal work ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty-eight pages, size 9x12. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1907, 4,42*7"^^ 

See Advt. Page 61. 

SARNIA, pop. 9,500, Co. Lambton, on the St. Clair River and G.T. 

* Ry. and P. M. Ry. ; headquarters of the Sarnia and Lake Superior 
S. S. Co., Hamilton Steel and Iron Co's. steamships. Imperial Oil 
Co's. and Reid Wrecking Co's. ships and port of call for many 
other lines; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: oil 
refinery, planing and saw mills, foundries, machine shops, brew- 
eries, salt, and other works. 500 men are employed by G. T. R. 
and Tunnel Co. Chief Shipments : refined oil, salt, lumber, grain, 
live stock, and farm produce. Sarnia is an important trans-shipping 
point for iron ore, coal, etc. The town contains twelve churches, 
public schools, business college, high and model schools, library, 
town hall, steam ferry service and Pere Marquette car ferries to 
the United States. The celebrated St. Clair Tunnel under the St. 
Clair River connects Sarnia with Port Huron, Mich. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Point Edward, 
Corunna, Sombra, Mooretown, Camlachie, Courtright, Port Lamb- 
ton, Kimball, Seckerton and Osborne. 

OBSERVER, every evening except Sunday ; H. Gorman, pub- 
lisher ; established 1895 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15x21^. Circ'n 1 

WEEKLY, established 1853 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 17^ x 22 J^. See Advt. Page 41, Circ'n i)^ 

CANADIAN, weekly ; Canadian Ptg. Co., Ltd., editors and 
publishers ; established i860 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 20 x 24. Circ'n 2\ 

See Advt. Page 83. 

POST, weekly in two parts, Sarnia Post issued Saturday and 
Lambton Co. Post issued Thursday; W. B.J. Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1886; independent; subscription, either edition 
in Canada $1.00 ; eight pages, size 20 x 24. Combined Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page no. 

SAULT ST. MARIE, pop. 8,500, Algoma District, on St. Mary 

* River and C.P.Ry. and Algoma Central R.R. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : steel rail mills, blastfurnaces, iron works, 
reduction works, veneer mill, saw mill, agriculture, mining, lumber- 
ing, pulp making and fishing. Chief Shipments : steel rails, pig iron, 
pulp, pulp wood, lumber and minerals. The town contains six 
churches, public library, public and separate schools. The steam- 
boats of the C.P.Ry. call tri-weekly. The Sault canal to overcome 
the rapids passes through the town. The town lies at the foot of the 
rapids and is connected by Ferry with Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Algoma 
Mills, Gordon Lake, Echo Bay and Marksville. , 

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EXPRESS, weekly; C. N. Smith, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1885; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, 
size 16 X 24. 

STAR, weekly ; J. W. Curran, publisher ; established 1897 ; con- 
servative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,252'^ 

SEAFORTH, pop. 3,000, Co. Huron, on the G.T.Ry., 21 miles S.E. 
of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : salt 
wells, agricultural works, furniture factory, engine works, tannery, 
glove, shoe and legging factories, woollen, saw, flour and oatmeal 
mills. Chief Shipments: grain, lumber, salt, live stock, portable 
and traction engines, furniture, gloves, leggings, and woollen goods 
and farm produce. The town contains four churches, high and 
public and separate schools, public library, town hall, public hall, 
etc. , water works and fire department. Near by are extensive beds 
of pure rock salt. Surounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Edgmondville, Winthrop, Walton, Constance, Dub- 
lin, Brucefield, Bayfield, Leadbury, Ashfield, Morris, Cromarty, 
Beech wood, Brodbogen, St. Columban and Staffa. 

HURON EXPOSITOR, weekly; M. Y. McLean, editor; 
McLean Bros., publishers ; established i860 ; liberal ; Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 4,080'A' 

See Advt^ Page 64. 

NEWS, weekly ; W. R. Veale, proprietor; established 1904; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
17 X 24. Circ'n i 

SHELBURNE, pop. 1,500, Co. Dufferin, on the C. P. Ry., i6 miles 
N. W. ofOrangeville;Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
flour, saw, planing and shingle mills, hoop and stave factories, 
tanneries, agricultural works, etc. Chief Shipments : grain, live 
stock, timber and farm produce. The town contains four churches, 
schools, town hall and library, and has water works and electric 
light. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Elba, Mono Centre, Primrose, Whitfield, Perm, Horning's 
Mills, Stanton, Jessopville, Keldon, Campania, Camilla, Laurel, 
Honeywood, Riverview, Melancthon and Corbetton. 

ECONOMIST, weekly; T. F. E. Claridge, editor and publisher; 
established 1883 ; Thursday ; independent ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size \'j% x 22. Circ'n 1 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; R. L. Mortimer, editor and publisher; 
established 1875 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17 x 21)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,398* 

SIMCOE, pop. 3,000, Co. Norfolk, on River Lynn, G. T. Ry. and 
Wabash Ry., 80 miles from Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries: canning factory, woollen and shoddy mills, foundry 
an4 machine shop, flour, saw and planing mills. Chief Shipments : 
grain, live stock, canned goods, wool goods and shoddy and pro- 
duce. The town contains five churches, public schools and high 
school, opera house, town hall, public library, etc. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Lynedoch, 
Nixon, Port Ryerse, St. Williams, Vittoria, Langton, Walsingham 
Centre, Tyrell, Ellaton, Bealton, Nanticoke, Lynnville, Scotland, 
Erie View, Atherton, Renton, Townsend Centre, Bloomsburg and 
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BRITISH CANADIAN, weekly; W. Y. Wallace, publisher; 
established i860; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pag"es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

SIMCOE REFORMER, weekly; H. B. Donly, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1858; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22 j^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,510* 

See Advt. Page 106, 

SMITH'S FALLS, pop. 5,500, Co. Lanark, on the Rideau River 
and Canal and C. P. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief In- 
dustries : saw, flour, shingle, woollen, carding and planing mills, 
agricultural implements, malleable castings and plow works, and 
stove foundries. Chief shipments; flour, g"rain, live stock, castings,, 
stoves and agricultural implements. The town contains six churches, 
high and public schools, public library, opera house, town hall, two 
electric light systems, water works, and has reg-ular steamboat 
service on the river. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Jasper, Easton's Corners, Lombardy, Port- 
land, Franktown, Montague, Frankville, Toledo, Pakenham, Oxford 
Mills, Newboro, North Gower, Lyndhurst and Addison. 

NEWS, semi-weekly; James H. Ross, publisher and editor; 
established 1883; conservative ; Wednesday and Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,300 

RIDEAU RECORD, semi-weekly; G. F. McKimm, publisher ; 
established 1886; liberal; Tuesday and Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 17^ x 21^. Circ'n i^ 

SOUTHAMPTON, pop. 2,400, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River, 
at its outlet into Lake Huron, where it forms an excellent harbor, 
and on the G. T. Ry., 32 miles N. W. of Walkerton, five miles N. of^ 
Port Elgin; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: furni- 
ture, planing and lumber mills, spring and mattress factory, and 
grist mill. Chief Shipments: fish, mineral water, lumber, railway 
ties, grain, etc. The town contains five churches, public and high 
schools, town hall, three hotels and several good stores. It is a 
port of call for steamboats semi-weekly throughout navigation. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published r 
Allenford, Arkwright, Burgoyne, Chippewa Hill, Elsinore, Skipness 
and Sauble. 

BEACON, weekly; Ernest E. Short, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1888; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN, pop. 500, Co. Dundas, 4 miles from C.P.R. 
and 16 miles from G.T.R. (connected by stage route daily), 93 miles 
west of Montreal ; Tel., M.O. The town contains five churches and 
two public halls. Chief Industries : carriage factories, tannery, 
planing mill, grist mill, press-board and ladder factory. Chief Ship- 
ments : farm produce and live stock. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Mountain Station, Hallville, 
Heckston, Ventnor, Brinston's Corners, Inkerman and Cardinal. 

HERALD, weekly; James Stewart, publisher; established 
1899; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 17^^x24. Circ'n^ 

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SPRINGFIELD, pop. 800, Co. Elg-in, on the M. C. Ry., 17 miles E. 
of St. Thomas, 6 miles N.E. of Aylmer; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : two flour and saw mills, sash and door factory, 
machine shop, cheese and butter factory, cooperag-e and engine works. 
Chief Shipments : g"rain, timber, hog's, cheese, dressed wood and 
farm produce. The village contains three churches, public schools, 
and several stores. Surrounding towns and villag'es where no papers, 
are published: Lyons, Brownsville, Orwell, Harrietsville, Avon, 
Corinth, King-smill, CuUoden and Mapleton. 

ECHO, weekly; I. Lindsley, publisher; established 1898; inde- 
pendent ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n Yz 

STAYNER, pop. 1,200, Co. Simcoe, on the G.T.Ry., 25 miles N.W. 
of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, 
saw, woollen and shingle mills, stove factory, foundries, tannery, 
etc. Chief Shipments : gfrain, flour, timber, stoves and leather. 
The town contains five churches, public schools, public hall, etc. 
Surrounding- towns and villag'es where no papers are published ; 
Russellton, Sunnidale, Brentwood, Batteaux and Glencairn. 

SU N, weekly ; W. L. C. Richardson, publisher ; established 1877 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

STIRLING, pop. 900, Co. Hastings, on the G.T.Ry. and Rawdon 
Creek, 16 miles N. W. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour and planing mills, foundry, machine shops 
and other industries. Chief Shipments : flour, cheese, grain and 
produce. The town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
music hall, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Huntingdon, Springbrook, Wallbridge, Madoc Jet., 
Foxboro, Halloway and Wellman's Corners. 

NEWS-ARGUS, weekly ; James Currie, editor and publisher ; 
established 1879; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 2\%. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 850 

STOUFFVILLE, pop. 1,225, Co. York, on G.T.Ry., 29 miles N.E. of 
Toronto ; Tel., T. , Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mills, 
saw and planing mills, tobacco growing, farming (this being a very 
fine farming district). Chief Shipments ; general farm produce, live 
stock and flour. The town contains six churches, public school, 
public library and public hall. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Altona, Goodwood, Almira, 
Lemonville, Ringwood, Mount Albert, Mongolia, Bloomington, 
Vivian and Ballantrae. 

PI LOT, weekly ; Nicholson & Sinclair, publishers ; established 
1894; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 22 x 15. 

Circ'n %, 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Wm. Malloy, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1888 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 18 x 22. Circ'n % 

STRATFORD, pop. 14,500, Co. Perth, on River Avon and G.T.R. ; 

* Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : G.T.Ry. locomotive 

repair and engineering shops, flour mill, mill building works, flax 

and cordage factory, woollen, flour, saw and planing mills, foundries, 

pork packing house, breweries, four furniture factories, four clothing 

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factories, wire fence factory and tannery, carriage and farm imple- 
ment factories, bridge and wind mill works. Chief Shipments : 
grain, live stock, cheese, butter and other produce and the products 
of its factories. The city contains fourteen churches, normal, high, 
public and separate schools, convent, public library, gas, electric 
light, water works, fire department, new city hall, court house ; 
its business streets are paved with asphalt block and brick. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Shakespeare, Sebringville and Millbank. 

BEACON, every evening except Sunday ; W. M. O'Beirne, edi- 
tor and publisher ; established 1887 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17)^ x 22. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1854 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve to sixteen pages, size i^)4 x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 65. 

H ERALD, every evening except Sunday ; Stratford Herald Print- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1887 ; conservative ; subscription 
$4.00 ; eight pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,005* 

SEMI-WEEKLY ; established 1863 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, size 17^^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,969*^^ 

CANADISCHER KOLONIST, German, weekly; Rittinger 
& Motz, Berlin, publishers; established 1863; independent; Wed- 
nesday ; subscription $1.50 ; twelve pages, size 15^ x 21^. 

Published in combination with Berliner Jouryial and Walkertoti 
Glocke. For Circ'n, see Berliner JourfiaL See Advt. Page 40. 

S T RATHROY, pop. 3,200, Co. Middlesex, on the Sydenham River 
and G. T. R., 20 miles W. of London; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries: furniture factory, canning factory, woollen, flour, planing 
and knitting mills, agricultural works, tannery, brewery, upholstered 
goods and mattress factory, stove works and stave mill. Chief 
Shipments : grain, live stock, produce and the products of its 
factories. The town contains five churches, high, public and 
model schools, public library and two public halls, and municipally 
owned electric light plant and waterworks. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Komoka, Delaware, 
Napier, Kerwooa, Poplar Hill, Arkora and Adelaide. 

AGE, weekly ; Evans Bros., editors and publishers ; established 
1866 ; liberal ; "Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
23>^ X 17. Circ'n i^ 

DISPATCH, weekly; Richardson Bros., editors and publishers; 
established 1861 ; Wednesday ; conservative ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n i}( 

STREETSVILLE, pop. 600, Co. Peel, on Credit River and 
C. P. R., 10 miles S. of Brampton ; Tel., T., Ex. M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : woollen, flour, saw, shingle and knitting mills, 
sash and door factories, brick yards, pump and windmill factory. 
Chief Shipments : flour, lumber, grain, tiles, bricks, woollen goods 
and produce. The town contains four churches, high and public 
schools and is the headquarters of the Beekeepers' Association. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Cooks- 
ville, Dixie and Meadowvale. 

REVIEW AND HERALD, weekly; O. R. Church, editor and 
publisher ; established 1867 ; re-established 1887 ; independent ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n }i 

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STURGEON FALLS, pop. 2,800, District of Nipissing^, on C. P. 
Ry., 24 miles W. of North Bay; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing, shing^le, pulp and paper mills, sash and 
door factory, cheese factory, brick yards. The town contains six 
churches, public and separate schools, opera house, and four hotels. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Cache Bay, Frank Bay, Verner and Warren. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; The Sturgeon Falls Advertiser, Co., 
Limited, publishers ; established 1895 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

SUDBURY, pop. 3,000, Nipissing District, 220 miles W. of Pem- 
broke, 442 W. of Montreal, on main line of C. P. Ry., junction of 
Soo Line to St. Paul & Minneapolis, and C. P. Ry. Sudbury-Toronto 
line, on Can. Nor. Ry. from Toronto, and on Manitoulin & North 
Shore Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: gold 
nickel and copper mining, lumbering, saw and planing mills. Chie. 
Shipments : ores and lumber. The surrounding country is rich in 
iron, nickel, copper, gold and other minerals, and Sudbury is the 
centre of the greatest nickel mining operations of the world. 
Business centre of the great lumber industry. The town contains 
four churches, and is headquarters of the C. P. Ry. on the Sudbury 
division. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Wahnapitae, Warren, Whitefish, Nairn Centre, Victoria 
Mines, Worthington, Webbwood, Bisco, Espanola and Chelmsford. 
JOURNAL, weekly ; Orr & Cressy, publishers ; established 1891 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

SUNDERLAND, pop. 600, Co. Ontario, situated on Beaver River 
and on the Mid. Div. G. T. Ry., 28 miles north of Whitby and 6 miles 
S. of Cannington ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
saw and planing mills and farming. Chief Shipments : lumber and 
farm produce. The town contains besides its stores, etc., four 
churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Gamebridge and Brechin. 

BANNER, weekly; W. A. Robinson, publisher; established 
1897; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. See Cannington Gleaner. 

TIMES, weekly; J. H. Chinn, publisher ; established 1887 ; con- 
servative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 
See Uxbridge Times. 

SUND RIDGE, pop. 700, District Parry Sound, on the G. T. Ry., 60 
miles from Bracebridge ; 44 miles south of North Bay ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank at Bracebridge. Chief Industries : lumbering and farming. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, telegraph poles, railway ties and square 
timber. The town contains three churches, public schools and 
large saw mills. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published ; South River, Magnetawan, Eagle Lake and Trout 
Creek. 

ECHO, weekly ; Thom & Harper, publishers ; established 1890 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13^ 
x 22. Circ'n ^ 

TAR A, pop. 800, Co. Bruce, on Aux Sables River and G.T.Ry., 30 
miles N. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour and woollen mills, sash and door factory, foundry, etc. 
Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, live stock and produce. The vil- 

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lag-e contains four churches, free library, public hall, public schools, 
etc. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Invermay, Arkwright, Allanford, Saug-een, Kilsyth, Mount 
Hope, Keady, Elsinore and Burg-oyne. 

LEADER, weekly; H. A. Vandusen, editor and publisher; 
established 1881 ; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n., actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,329'A- 

See 4^dvt. Page 24. 

TAVISTOCK, pop. 1,200, Co. Oxford, on the G.T.R. (Buffalo and 
Goderich branch) 8 miles from Stratford ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, flax and flour mills, furniture, stave and 
broom factories, dairying and stock-raising. Chief Shipments : 
wool, flax, flour, staves and brooms. The town contains, besides 
its mills and stores, five churches, five hotels and opera hall. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Braemar, Cassel, Hickson, Maplewood, Shakespeare, Bright and 
Innerkip. 

GAZETTE, weekly, Chas. Fraser, publisher; established 1895; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n yi 

TEES WATER, pop. 940, Co. Bruce, on Teeswater River and C. 
P.Ry., 16 miles S. W. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, flour, saw and planing mills, foundry, etc. 
Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, live stock, and the various pro- 
ducts of its factories. The town contains five churches, public 
schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Formosa, Belmore, Riversdale, Langside, Howick, CuU 
ross, Carrick, Greenock, Whitechurch and Enniskillen. 

N EWS, weekly ; A. D. McKenzie, publisher ; Thursday ; estab- 
lished 1874; independent; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n y^ 

THAMESFORD, pop. 500, Co. Oxford, on North branch Thames 
River and C.P.Ry., 15 miles S.W. of Woodstock; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: large stave mills, flour mills, two 
carriage shops, flax mill, tannery, dairy farming. Chief Shipments : 
besides products of industries named, cattle, sheep, hogs, timber 
and cheese. The town has three churches, public school and library 
and is lighted by acetylene gas (town plant). Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Thorndale, Kintore, 
Medina, Banner, Lakeside and Dorchester. 

STAR, weekly; O. M. Alger, publisher, Ed. H. Brennan, editor 
and manager ; established 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 2iJ!^. Circ'n ^ 

THAMESVILLE, pop. i,ooo, Co. Kent, on River Thames, G. T. Ry., 
Wabash and C. P. Ry's., 16 miles N.E. of Chatham ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: canning factory, evaporator, hub 
and spoke factory and flour mills. Chief Shipments : lumber, 
grain, flour, live stock and farm produce. The town contains five 
churches, graded schools, public hall, opera house, public library, 
etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Kent Bridge, Wabash, Croton, Northwood, Selton, Clachan, 
Dante and Botany. 

H ERALD, weekly ; Thos. W. Sims, publisher ; established 1887 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. ^ Circ'n ^ 

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TH ED FORD, pop. 800, Co. Lambton, on the G.T. Ry., 32 miles N.E. 
of Sarnia and 137 west of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries: flax mill, turning- factories, saw mill, stave factory, 
machine shop, roller mill and evaporator. Chief Shipments : celery, 
fruit, farm produce and the products of its factories and mills. The 
village contains five churches and a public school, hotel and several 
stores. Surrounding towns and villag^es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Arkona, Sylvan, Port Frank and Jura. 

EAST LAMBTON TRI BUN E, weekly, W. Bryant, publisher; 
established 1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eig"ht pag-es, size 13 x 20. Circ'n %, 

THESSALON, pop. 1,200, Alg-oma District, on C.P.Ry,, and north 
shore of Lake Huron, 49 miles from Sault Ste. Marie; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: ag-riculture, mining* and lum- 
bering-. Chief Shipments : farm produce, minerals and lumber. 
The villag-e contains besides its stores, etc., four churches, a hotel 
and a public school. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published: Little Rapids, Day Mills, Walford Station, 
Alg^oma Mills and Cockburn Island. 

ALGOMA ADVOCATE, weekly; J. H. R. Elliott, publisher; 
established 1887; independent; Friday; subscription $i.oo ; eight 
pag-es, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n i 

THORNBURY, pop. 1,000, Co. Grey, on Beaver River, at its out- 
let into Nottawasag-a Bay, on the South Shore of Georg-ian Bay, and 
on G. T. Ry., 28 miles E. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : flour and oatmeal mills, saw and shingle 
mills, basket, sash and door, box and other factories. Chief Ship- 
ments : flour, oatmeal, baskets, g-rain, fruit, especially apples, live 
stock and lumber. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Heathcote, Ravenna, Blantyre, Griersville and 
Rocklyn. • 

HERALD-REFLECTOR, weekly; W. J. Fanson, publisher ; 
established 1893 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

THOROLD, pop. 2,500, Co. Welland, on Welland Canal, G.T. Ry., 
and Niagara Falls, St. Catharines & Toronto Ry., 10 miles N. of 
Welland ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: flour and 
knitting- mills, basket factory, stone quarries, cement woi'ks, foun- 
dries, saw mills, machine shops, paper mills, etc. Chief Shipments : 
gfrain, flour, cement, stone and other products. The town con- 
tains five churches, high, public and separate schools, public library 
and public hall. It has an electric railway to St. Catharines and 
Merritton, Fonthill, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. It is the centre of 
a rich agricultural territory and a large business is carried on in 
the manufacture of flour, lumber, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : AUanburgh, Port Robinson, 
Chippawa, Stevensville and Ridgeway. 

POST, semi-weekly ; The Thorold Post Printing and Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1875; independent; Wednesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 3^ 

TILBURY, pop. 1,400, Co. Kent, on M.C.Ry. and C.P.Ry.; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : grist and lumber mills, 
woodenware, stave and handle factories, etc. Chief Shipments : 
grain, lumber, woodenware, live stock. The town contains 

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five churches and two schools. Surrounding- towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Fletcher, Jeannettes Creek, 
Stoney Point, Valetta and Quinn. 

TIMES, weekly ; W. A. Shaw, editor and publisher ; established 
1884; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 22 X 15. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, G60 

TILLSONBURG, pop. 2,500, Co. Oxford, on Big Otter Creek, M. 
C. Ry., G. T. Ry., Wabash and T. L. E. & P. Ry., 26 miles S. of 
Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
oatmeal, split pea and pot barley mills, furniture, cheese and 
butter factories, carriag-e factory, harvest tool, vineg-ar and brick 
works. Chief Shipments: g^rain, lumber, live stock, cheese, 
creamery butter, farm produce and the products of its factories. 
The town contains five churches, public and hig-h schools, society 
hall, public hall, excellent water works and fire department. Sur- • 
rounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Brownsville, Cornell, Courtland, CuUoden, Corinth, Eden, Glen 
Meyer, Guysboro, Lang-ton, Mount Elgin, Xew Eng-land, Spring-- 
ford, Straffordville, Otterville, Verschoyle and Vienna. 

LIBERAL, weekly; F. E. Aldrich, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, 
size lyyz x 22. Circ'n i 

See Adz^t. Page 78. 

OBSERVER, AND FARMERS' FIRESIDE COMPANION, 
weekly; Jno. Law & Co., publishers ; established 1863; conservative; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; ten pag-es, size 17)^ x 21)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,130 

See Advt Page 82. 

TIVERTON, pop. 500, Co. Bruce, 9 miles N. E. of Kincardine, 
its nearest railway point and banking- town ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O. 
Chief Industries : butter factory, flour and saw and planing- 
mills. Chief Shipments : grain, farm produce and live stock. The 
villag-e contains three churches, public school and public library. 
Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are published ; 
Underwood, Eden Grove, Pinkerton, and North Bruce. 

WATCHMAN, weekly ; A. McDougall, editor and publisher ; 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

TORONTO, pop. 300,000, Co. York. It is situated on the shore of a 
* spacious Bay and Lake Ontario. The citv has an extensive system 
of railways formed by the C. P. Ry., G.T.Ry., T.H. & B.Ry.,and their 
various branches. It has a good harbor. Steamboats ply to all points 
on the upper lakes and to Montreal throughout the season of navi- 
g-ation, also to the various American lake ports. It is the capital of 
the Province of Ontario, and has good telegraph and telephone faci- 
lities, and one or more branches of each of twenty-three chartered 
banks, over seventy-five branches in all. Chief Industries : its man- 
ufactories embrace nearly everything required by the public, among 
which' may be mentioned : organs, pianos, boilers, building mate- 
rials, agricultural implements, cast iron work of every description, 
pressed brick, hardware, machine and boiler shops, foundries, dis- 
tilleries, breweries, etc. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, lumb- 

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er, oils, furniture, machinery, farm produce, fruit and fruit trees, 
flour, etc., pressed brick, tin work, bridg-e work, steel and cast iron 
piping, beer, whisk}', groceries, paints, oils, varnishes, dry goods, 
etc. The city contains three large universities — Toronto, Trinity 
and McMaster — with a large number of colleges, many of them in 
affiliation with Toronto University. The more important are 
Knox, Wycliffe, Victoria, St. Michael's, Upper Canada, Royal 
College of Dentistry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Musical 
and Veterinary colleges, School of Pharmacy, Women's Medical 
College, Technical School and several business colleges. Its schools 
comprise a model school, normal school, three collegiate institutes 
and fifty-seven public schools. The Department of Education has 
a library of 8,500 volumes. The Government library contains 
35,000 volumes. The Law Society of Ontario has a library 
of 20,000 volumes, the public library contains 60,892 volumes 
and 1 1 ,000 pamphlets, and the Canadian Institute library contains 
4,000 volumes. The city has a large number of massive and hand- ^ 
some buildings, including the Government buildings, the Govern- 
ment House, University of Toronto, Custom House, Post Office, 
Asylum for Insane, Central Prison, Mercer Reformatory, Osgood 
Hall, Normal School, Museum, Forester's Temple, Confedera- 
tion Life, Canada Life, Traders" Bank, Freehold Loan, new 
Parliament Buildings costing $2,000,000, and the City Hall 
which cost $2,500,000. The public buildings especially noted 
for their architecture are the Bank of Montreal, the municipal 
buildings now being completed, the Forester's Temple, Board 
of Trade, British American Assurance Building and Loan Chambers, 
Canadian Bank of Commerce, Canadian Institute, Canada Life 
Assurance Chambei-s, Central Prison, Confederation Buildings, the 
Educational Buildings, Dominion Bank, Imperial Bank, McMaster 
Hall and General Hospital, etc. Toronto is noted for its numerous 
charitable institutions, among which are the General Hospital, the 
Boys' and Girls' Homes, Home for Incurables, Infants' Home and 
Infirmary, Hospital for Sick Children, St. Nicholas Institute for Boys 
and House of Providence and Notre Dame Institute. There are 
public parks, squares and gardens, including the Horticultural 
Gardens, the Island Park, Exhibition Park, Queen's Park, 
Munro Park, High Park containing over one hundred acres, 
etc., the Grand Opera House, seating 1,700 ; the Toronto 
Opera House, seating 1,800; Massey Hall; Princess Theatre, 
Bijou Theatre, Royal Theatre, Pavilion Music Hall, seating- 
2,200, and several society, music and dancing halls. The city 
has an excellent water supply, pumped from Lake Ontario, beyond 
the Island, and an efficient fire brigade with eighteen stations. The 
city also has a fire alarm telegraph and police patrol wagon 
system, and a mounted police force and ambulance corps. It 
is lighted with gas and electricity and has a well-arrang-ed 
electric street car system, including several suburban lines, cover- 
ing the country districts, including the Metropolitan R. R. to New- 
market. It has the best annual exhibition in the world, held in fine 
g-rounds containing^ 425 acres. There are 206 churches in the city, 
116 miles of steam and 102 miles of electric railway within the 
limits, 276 miles of streets, 146 hotels and nearly 20,000 tele- 
phones. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published ; Leslieville, Davisville, Eglinton, Mimico, Carleton, 
Woodbridge, Chester, Downsview, Davenport, Lambton Mills, 
Doncaster, Scarboro and Scarboro Junction, Don, Willowdkle, 
Agincourt, Elmbank, Patterson, Cooksville, Port Credit and Maple. 

GLOBE, every morning- and evening except Sunday; Globe 
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Melinda Sts. ; established 1844 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; twelve 
to fourteen pages, Saturday twenty-four to thirty-two pag-es and 
illus. magazine section of twelve pages, size 24 x 17. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 60,603* 

WEEKLY {Globe atid Cariada Farmer)^ established 1844 ; Wed- 
nesday ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, size 17 x 24, and illus. 
magazine section of eight pages. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 19,094* 

Advt. — Established in 1844, the Toronto Globe has in sixty years gained its place 
in the consideration of the world at home and abroad as the leading daily paper- 
in Canada, in circulation, in power and in influence on public opinion. The Daily 
Globe average circulation for first four months of igofj was _SO,g2Q. These figures 
are sworn to. See Advt. Pages 4 and S- 

MAIL AND EMPIRE every morning except Sunday; Mail 
Printing Co., publishers ; W. J. Douglas, general manager, cor. 
King and Bay Sts.; established 1872 ; conservative ; subscription 
$4.00 ; twelve to thirty-two pages, size 17 x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 39,138'A' 

WEEKLY, established 1872; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
twenty-four pages, size 17 x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos, to Dec. 31, 1906, 14,444'A' 

Advt. — The Daily Mail and Empire has the largest morning circulation of any 
paper in Canada Sworn statements published monthly — May igorj — shows daily 
average of 41,322. Books open to Advertisers. The only paper in Canada having 
its oivn leased ivire to Nevu York, receiving every night and publishing every 
morning simultaneously and in full the Nevi York Sun's Financial ser^ce. 
The acknowledged Financial Authority. Reaches the best and most prosperous 
homes iti Toronto and Ontario. The Weekly Mail and Empire is a 24 page paper. 
Circulates among farmers only. See Advt. Pages 6 and 7. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday; News Publishing Co. ot 
Toronto, Ltd., publishers; J. S. Willison, managing director ; C. T. 
Pearce, general manager, 116 Yonge St.; established i88o ; inde- 
pendent ; subscription $3.00 ; twelve to sixteen pages, Saturday 
twenty-four to thirty-two pages, size 24 x 17. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 37,794* 
Advt. — The News ( Toronto) has increased its circulation, since com.ing under its 
present management four years ago, from 15,100 to 40,000. These papers go entirely 
into the hatids of the well-to-do and middle classes. Advertising rates are flat, soc. 
per inch. See Advt. Pages 18 and ,ig. ^-^ 

STAR, every evening except Sunday ; Star Ptg. and Pub. Co., 
publishers; J. E. Atkinson, man. director, 18-20 King St. W ; estab- 
lished 1892 ; independent-liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; sixteen pages, 
Saturday twenty-eight to 32 pages, size 19 x 21^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 43,580* 
Advt. — The Star has a greater circulation than any after>ioon paper published 
in the Province of Ontario. The Star is the great home paper of the city of Toronto 
and carries more local and general advertising than any paper published in Toronto. 
The Star is recognized by the local advertiser as giving the best results and a 
greater amount ^publicity for a less amount of tnoney than any paper published in 
Toronto. See Advt. Page 23- 

TELEGRAM, every evening except Sunday ; John Ross Robert- 
son, publisher, cor. Melinda and Bay Sts. ; established 1876 ; inde- 
pendent ; subscription $3.00 ; sixteen to thirty-two pages, size 

17 X-2I^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 38,123* 

Advt. — Through The Evening Telegram, single-handed, an advertiser can thor- 
oughly cover the biggest Eftglish-'ipeaking city in Canada. The Telegram reaches 
one in seven of the men, -women and children in Toronto. The fact that it is the 
greatest " fVant-Ad" medium in the Dominion of Canada shows that its readers 
realize its advertising strength. Circulation books always open for examination. 
See Advt., Page 2g. 

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WORLD, every morning- except Sunday. The World Newspaper 
Co., publishers ; W. F. Maclean, M. P., manager, Yong-e St. ; estab- 
lished 1880 ; independent ; subscription $3.00, including^ Sunday 
edition $5.00 ; twelve to twenty-four pag^es, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 27,952* 

SUNDAY WORLD, subscription $2.00 ; thirty-six to forty pages, 
size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 23,688* 

Advt. — The circulatio7t of The Momiing World in the City of Toronto is larger 
than the combined Toronto Circulation of both its morning contemporaries. A 
cam'ass of the neivs agents of Toronto proves this. The Sunday World goes hito 
.30,206 Toronto homes ex^ery Saturday night and is read at a tim.e when each me?n- 
ber of the fatnily has both time and inclination for reading. See Adi^. Page ji. 

CANADA LUMBERMAN, weekly; C. H. Mortimer Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers. Confederation Life Building ; established 
1894 ; commercial ; Wednesday ; subscription, including monthly, 
$1.00; eight pages, size 14^ x 9^. Circ'n 3^ 

MONTHLY, established 1879; 36 pages, size 14^ x 9^. Circ'n 2 
Issues also CaTiadiati Contract Record, Architect and Builder and 
Electrical Neivs. 

CANADIAN BAPTIST, weekly ; Board of Publication of 
the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec, publishers, 17 
Richmond St., W. ; R. D. Warren, manager. Drawer 2651 ; estab- 
lished 1854 ; religious ; Baptist ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50; 
sixteen pages, size 10^ x 15^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 6,688* 

See Advt. Page 90. 

CANADIAN CHURCHMAN, weekly ; Frank Wootten, editor 
and publisher ; 36 Toronto St.; established 1868 ; new series, 1875; 
religious ; Church of England ; illustrated ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; sixteen pages, size 10 x 14/^. Circ'n 7^ 

See Advt. Page 36. 

CANADIAN CONGREGATIONALIST, weekly; W. Edwin 
Mertens, manager and publisher ; 166 Queen St. East ; established 
1854; religious; Congregational; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen pages, size 8^ x 11^. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN CONTRACT RECORD, weekly ; C. H. Morti- 
mer Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers. Confederation Life Building; 
established 1889; building contracts, etc.; Saturday; subscription 
$2.00 ; twelve pages, size 9 x 13. Circ'n 3^ 

See Architect and Builder. 

Issues also Canada Lumberman, Architect a?td Builder and Elec- 
trical Nevus. 

CANADIAN COURIER, weekly; Courier Press Ltd., pub- 
lishers; John A. Cooper, editor; established 1906; literary, illustrated; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.50 ; thirty-two pages, size 9 x 13. 

CANADIAN DAIRYMAN, weekly ; Dairyman Publishing Co., 
publishers ; established 1905 ; dairy farming and live stock ; Wednes- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty pages, size 10^ x 15. Circ'n 5^ 

See Advt. Page 93. 

CANADIAN ENGINEER, weekly; Monetary Times Printing 
Co., publishers. 

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CANADIAN GROCER, weekly; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., editors and publishers, 10 Front St. E. ; established 1886; 
groceries, provisions, and all food stuffs; Friday; subscription $2.00; 
eig-hty pages, size 9x12. Also dated at 232 McGill St., Montreal, 
and Union Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. Circ'ny^' 

Also publishes Dry Goods Revieiv, Hardzvare and Metal, Printer 
and Publisher, Bookseller and Stationer^ Financial Post, Canadian 
Machinery and Mannfacturinfr Nezus, and Busy Man's Magazine, 

CANADIAN SPORTSMAN AND LIVE STOCK JOUR- 
NAL, weekly ; E. King Dodds, editor ; Canadian Sportsman and 
Live Stock Journal Publishing Co., publishers, 105 York St.; es- 
tablished 1870; sporting; subscription $2.00 ; twelve pages, size 12 
X 18. 

CATHOLIC REGISTER, weekly; Catholic Register Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, 117 Wellington St. W., P. F. Cronin, editor; 
established 1892; religious, Roman Catholic; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion in the city by delivery, $1.50; to all outside points, $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 24. 

See Advt. Pa^e 34. 

CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN, weekly; Methodist Book and Pub- 
lishing House, publishers, 2,3 Richmond St. W. ; Rev. W. B. Creig-h- 
ton, B. A. , B.D. , editor; Rev. W. Briggs, D.D., business manager; 
established 1829; religious; Methodist; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.50; thirty-two pages, size 9 x 13. 

Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 26,691 

Advt. — The Christian Guardian is the official, organ of one million wide-aivake 
Methodists. It is the best mail order medium in Canada ; it goes into over 25,000 
good class families every -week — every member of these families believes in th* 
Guardian s advertisemeitts, and the Guardian accepts only high-grade business. 
See Advt. page 5J. 

Issues also Onivard, Pleasatit Hours, etc. 

DEW DROPS, weekly; Methodist Book and Publishing House, 
publishers; established 1879; juvenile, Sunday School; subscription 
8 cents ; four pages, size 5 j^ x 8. Does not insert advertisements. 

EAST AND WEST, weekly; Rev. R. Douglas Eraser, editor; 
Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers; established 1903 ; Pres- 
byterian ; Saturday ; subscription 75 cents ; eight pages, size 15^ 
XII. Circ'n 27^ 

Also pxxhVishe^ Jezuels , Kitig's Ozv?i, Le Rayo7i de Soleil^ Teacher's 
Mofithly, Primary Leajiet, Intermediate Leaflet, Home Study Leaflet, 
Home Study Quarterly, lyitermediate Quarterly and Primary Quar- 
terly. 

EAST EN D ECHO, weekly ; C. A. Wilson, manag-er ; North- 
Ender Publishing Co., publishers, no Mail Building- ; established 
1887 ; independent, local ; Thursday ; subscf-iption 50 cents ; four 
pages or more, size 17 x 24. 

Note. — East-Ender, A^orth-Ender, IVest-Ender and IVest-End 
Echo also published by the North-Ender Publishing^ Co. Combined 
Circ'n, sworn actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 25,778* 

EAST-ENDER, weekly; North-Ender Pub. Co. publishers; 
established 1889; independent, local; Thursday; subscription 50 
cents ; four or more pages, size 17 x 24. See Note to East-End Echo. 

FINANCIAL POST, weekly; Financial Post Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers, Stewart Houston, managing- editor, 10 Front St. E. ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; financial ; Saturday ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, 
size 16 X 22. 

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HARDWARE & METAL AND CANADIAN MACHINIST, 
weekly ; MacLean Publishing- Co., publishers, lo Front Street E. ; 
established 1889 ; Saturdays ; subscription $2.00 ; eig-hty pag-es, 
size 9x12. Also dated at 232 McGill Street, Montreal. Circ'n 4^ 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

JEWELS, weekly ; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; 
established 1900 ; subscription 30 cents ; four pag-es, size 9x7. Does 
not insert advertisements. Also publishes East and West, etc. 

KING'S OWN, weekly; Presbyterian Church in Canada, 
publishers ; established 1 886 ; subscription 40 cents ; four pag-es, 
size 14 X 10^. Does not insert advertisements. Also publishes 
East and West, etc. 

MONETARY TIMES, weekly; Monetary Times Printing: Co., 
62 Church St., publishers; established 1866; finance, insurance and 
commerce ; Saturday; subscription $2.00 ; forty pag-es, size 9 x 13. 

Circ'n 4^ 

Also publish Canadiayi Engineer and Canadian Cement and Con- 
crete Journal. 

NORTH ENDER, weekly; C.W.Wilson, manag-er ; North 
Ender Publishing Co., publishers; established 1887; independent; 
local; Thursday; subscription 50 cents; four to six pag-es, size 
1 7 X 24. See Note to East End Echo. 

OFFICE AND FIELD, weekly ; W. B. Campbell, publisher; 
established 1905; insurance; Thursday; subscription $2.00 ; sixteen 
to twenty-four pag-es, size 6^ x 9^. Circ'n i 

ONCE-A-WEEK, weekly; Thos. W. Dudg-eon, publisher; 
established 1895 ; independent ; free distribution ; four pag-es, size 
19 X 21^. 

ONTARIO GAZETTE, weekly; Ontario Government Official 
Gazette, 68 Front St. W. Inserts only Government advertisements. 

ONTARIO WEEKLY REPORTER, weekly; The Carswell 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; law reports; Friday; sub- 
scription $6.50 ; averag-e 36 pag-es, size 9x6. 

Also publishes Canadia?i Lazu Times, Western Lazu Reporter and 
Eastern Lazu Reporter. 

ONWARD, weekly; W. H. Withrow, D.D., editor; Methodist 
Book and Publishing- House, publishers ; Rev. Wm. Brig-g-s, D.D., 
book steward, 31 Richmond St., W. ; established 1891 ; juvenile, 
relig^ious ; subscription 60 cents; eig-ht pag-es, size 11% x 17. 

Does 7iot insert advertisements . 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, Pleasant Hours, etc. 

PIONEER, weekly ; Dominion Alliance, publishers ; established 
1902; temperance; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pag-es, size 
22 X 17. See Advt. Page 103. Circ'n 5^ 

PLAYMATE, weekly; Methodist Book and Publishing House, 
publishers, 31 Richmond St.W. ; established 1907; juvenile, religious; 
Saturday; subscription 30 cents; four pages, size 10^ x 14^^. 

Does not insert advertisements. 

Also publishes Christia?i Guardian, etc. 

PLEASANT HOURS, weekly ; Methodist Book and Publish- 
ing House, publishers; 31 Richmond St., W. ; established 1876; 
juvenile; Saturday ; subscription 30 cents; four pages, size 10)4. x 16. 

Does not insert advertisem.ents. 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, etc. 

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PRESBYTERIAN, weekly ; The Westminster Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1896 ; religfious, Presbyterian ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; thirty-two pag-es, size 13x9. Circ'n 11^ 

Also publishes Westminster. See Advt. Page 97. 

SATURDAY NIGHT, weekly; Saturday Nig-ht Ltd., publishers, 
Jos. T. Clark, editor, 26 Adelaide St., W. ; established 1887; society, 
illustrated; Saturday; subscription $2.00; twenty pag^es, size 15 x 21. 

Circ'n 17^ 

SECULAR THOUGHT, weekly; C. M. Ellis, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1887; free thought; Thursday; subscription 
$2.00 ; twelve pages, size 9x12. 

SENTINEL AND ORANGE AND PROTESTANT ADVO- 
CATE, weekly; Sentinel Publishing Co., publishers, 26 and 28 Ade- 
laide W.; established 1874; Protestant; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
ten pag-es, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 13,439* 

See Advt. Page 34. 

SUN, weekly; Sun Printing Co. (Ltd.), publishers, 18 and 20 King 
St. W. ; established 1891 ; agricultural ; independent ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n 16 

Advt. — The practical up-to-date agricultural features, '^^ Bystander s" unique 
'^Comments on current events" and the trend of its editorials in farmers' interests 
make the Weekly Sun the foremost farmers' paper in Canada. Advertisers gladly 
confirm this. No Immoral, Deceptive, or Swindling Advertising inserted at any 
price. See Advt. Page 86. 

VARSITY, weekly ; students of the University of Toronto, 
editors and publishers ; established 1881 ; literary ; subscription 
$1.00; fourteen pages, size 9 x 12 ; a college paper issued during 
the collegiate year. 

WAR CRY, weekly ; Salvation Army, publishers, 16 Albert St.; 
established 1883 ; religious, organ of Salvation Army ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00; sixteen pag-es, size ii}4. x 16. Inserts only 
Salvation Army advertisements. 

WEST-END ECHO, weekly; North-Ender Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1887 ; independent, local ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription 50 cents; four to six pag-es, size 17 x 24. 

See Note to East-End Echo. 

WEST-ENDER, weekly, ; North-Ender Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1887 ; independent, local ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion ; 50 cents ; four to six pages, size 17 x 24. 

See Note to East-End Echo. 

YOUNG SOLDIER, weekly; Salvation Army, publishers, 18 
Albert St.; established 1888; religious; Salvation Army Juvenile; 
subscription 50 -cents ; eight pages, size 8x11. Inserts otdy Sal- 
vation Army advertisements. 

LE RAYON DE SOLEIL, weekly; Rev. R. Douglas Eraser, 
editor ; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; Sunday School 
literature ; subscription 20 cents. Does not insert advertisements. 

Also publish East and West, etc. 

CANADA LAW JOURNAL, semi-monthly ; Canada Law Book 
Co., publishers ; legal ; ist and 15th of each month (except July, 
Aug-ust and January, when it is issued on the 15th only) ; subscription 
$5.00 ; forty-eig-ht pag-es, size 7 x 10. Circ'n 2^ 

CANADIAN FLORIST, semi-monthly ; Horticultural Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1906; commercial floriculture; 
every other Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, size 
8>^ X 12. 

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CANADIAN MANUFACTURER, semi-monthly; Canadian 
Manufacturer Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers, McKinnon Bldg-. ; 
J. J. Cassidey, editor, D. O. McKinnon, bus. mgr. ; established 1880 ; 
manufacturing: ; subscription $1.00 ; fifty-two pag-es, size 9x12. 

Circ'n 41/ 

CANADIAN MINING JOURNAL, with which is incor- 
porated the " Canadian Mining Review " ; semi-monthly ; Mines 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1907; (Can. Mining- 
Review established 1884) ; mining, metallurgy and engineering ; 
subscription $2.00 ; sixty-four pag-es, size 9x12. 

CANADIAN MUSIC TRADES JOURNAL, semi-monthly; 
FuUerton & Shaw, publishers ; established 1900 ; music trades ; 
subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, size 10 x 13. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN TEACHER, semi-r»pnthly; Educational Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1897 ; educational ; subscription 
$1.25 ; eighty pagfes, size iqi^^ x 7. Circ'n 7^ 

FARMING WORLD, semi-monthly ; Farming: World, Limited, 
publishers; established 1882; ag:ricultural ; subscription 60 cents; 
fifty-two pag:es, size 9x13. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 9,900 

Advt. — The Farming World is now oivned and controlled by a company composed 
almost entirely of leading and successful agriculturists and stock-breeders. Hon. 
John Dryden,ex-Minister of Agriculture for Ontario, is President ; Mr. Wm,. Smith. 
President of the Ontario Horse Breeders' Association, is Vice-President and Mr. 
F. IV. Hodson, ex-Dominion Live Stock Commissioner, is Managing Director. 
The Farming World is issued in magazine form. Each issue is extensively illus- 
trated, and is of interest to all members of the Fat-mer's Household. See Advt. 
Page 4g. 

ACTA VICTORIAN A, monthly ; Union Literary Society of Vic- 
toria University, publishers ; forty pag:es, size 6^ x 10. Published 
only during- colleg-iate year. 

ALGOMA MISSIONARY NEWS, monthly; new series estab- 
lished 1888 ; Church of Eng-land ; official org-an of the Diocese of 
Alg-oma ; subscription 50 cents ; eig-ht pag-es, size 9x12. 

BAPTIST VISITOR, monthly; Standard Publishing Co., 
publishers ; Mrs. A. R. McMaster, editor ; religious ; Baptist 
home missions. 

BEREAN LESSON LEAF, monthly; Methodist Book and Pub- 
lishing House, publishers, 31 Richmond St. W. ; established 1882 ; 
Methodist Sunday School literature ; subscription 5^^ cents ; four 
pages, size 6 x 9^. Does not insert advertisements. 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, monthly; MacLean 
Pub. Co., Ltd., editors and publishers, 10 Front St. E.; established 
1883 ; book and stationery trade ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six 
pages, size 9x12. Circ'n 2% 

Also dated at 232 McGill St., Montreal, and Union Bank Bldg., 
Winnipeg. Also publishes Canadia?i Grocer, Hardivare atid Metal, 
Dry Goods Revieiv, Printer and Publisher., Financial Post, 
Canadian Machinery and Manufacturing Netvs and Busy Man s 
Magazine. 

BULLETIN, monthly ; The Bulletin Pub. Co., of Toronto, Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1893 ; insurance ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty- 
^ eight pages, size 9x12. Circ'n i 

BUSY MAN'S MAGAZINE (formerly "Business "), monthly; 
MacLean Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers, 10 Front St. E. ; established 
1895 5 literary ; subscription $2.00 ; one hundred and ninety-eight 
pages, size 6x9. 

Also publishes Caw. Grocer, Hardzvare and Metal, etc. 

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CANADA FIRST, monthly ; Canada First Limited, publishers ; 
established 1904 ; literary ; subscription $1.00 ; sixty to one hundred 
and sixty pages, size 7 x 10. See Advt, Page 67. 

CANADA LANCET, monthly; The Ontario Publishing-Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; John Ferguson, M.D., editor ; established 1867 ; me- 
dical ; subscription $2.00 ; ninety-six pages, size 6^ x g^. Circ'n 2% 

CANADIAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, monthly; 
C. H. Mortimer Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; Confederation Life 
Bldg. ; established 1887 ; building ; subscription, $2.00, including 
Contract Record ; also publish an edition on better paper for 
architects at $3.00 per. year ; forty pages ; size 9 x 13^^. Circ'n 2^ 

Issues Canadia7i Contract Record as a supplement to above. 
Issues also Canada Lumberman and Electrical News. 

CANADIAN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, monthly ; 

James Acton Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1889 ; 
trade ; subscription $1.00 ; sixty pages, size 10 x 13^. Circ'n 1 ^ 

Also publishes Cati. Shoe and Leather Jour tial. Can. Painter and 
Decorator ?Lnd Furniture and Upholstery Journal. 

CANADIAN BOOKSELLER AND STATIONERS JOUR- 
NAL, monthly ; P. J. V. McKian, manager and editor, 100 and 102 
Church St. ; established 1888 ; book and stationery trade ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; thirty-six pages, size 8 x 10^. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN CEMENT AND CONCRETE JOURNAL. 

monthly ; Monetary Times Publishing Co. , publishers ; established 
1906; cement and concrete trades; subscription $1.00; thirty-six 
pages, size 9x12. 

Also publish Monetary Times and Catiadiart littgineer. 

CANADIAN CHURCH JUVENILE, monthly; Church of 
England Missionary Society, publishers ; juvenile ; subscription 10 
cents ; eight pages, size 6^ x 10. 

CANADIAN CIGAR & TOBACCO JOURNAL, monthly ; 
H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers ; established 1894 ; manufacturing and 
wholesale tobacco trade ; subscription $1.00 ; eighty-two pages, 
size 10 X 14. 

Also dated at Montreal. Also issues Clothier and ILaberdasher 
and Wine and Sfirit Journal. 

CANADIAN CRAFTSMAN AND MASONIC RECORD, 

monthly ; Rose Newspaper Co., publishers; established 1865; 
masonic; subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, size 8 x loX- 

Circ'n 4^ 

CANADIAN DRUGGIST, monthly; W. J. Dyas, publisher, 
15 Toronto Street ; established 1888 ; drug trade ; subscription 
$1.00; sixty-two pages, size 12 x 9. Circ'n 2 

Also publishes Canadian LLarness and Carriage Journal and 
Verney's Monthly. See Advt. Page 70. 

CANADIAN ELECTRICAL NEWS AND ENGINEERING 
JOURNAL, monthly; C. H. Mortimer Publishing Co., Ltd., editors 
and publishers. Confederation Life Bldg. ; established, old series 
1883, new series 1891 ; electrical and engineering ; subscription 
$1.00 ; forty -eight pages, size 9 x 13^. Circ'n i}^ 

Also publishes Canada L.umberman, Canadian Architect and 
Builder and Canadian Contract Record. 

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CANADIAN ENGINEER, monthly; Monetary Times Publish- 
ing' Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1893; eng-ineering trade; 
I St Friday ; sabscription $1.00 ; eighty -four pages, size 9 x 13^. 

WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT, published Fridays on which monthly 
does not appear ; 16 pages, size 9 x 13^. 

Also dated at Montreal. Circ'n 6 

Also publish Monetary Times and Canadia?i Cement and Concrete 
Reinexv. 

CANADIAN EPWORTH ERA, monthly; Methodist Book & 
Publishing House, publishers, Richmond St. W. ; Rev. A. C. Crews, 
D.D., editor ; Rev. Wm. Briggs, D.D., book steward ; established 
1899; Organ of Epworth Leagues and other young peoples' societies; 
subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, size 8^ x i2j^. Circ'n 6^ 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, etc. 

CANADIAN HARNESS AND CARRIAGE JOURNAL, 

monthly ; W. J. Dyas, publisher ; established 1890 ; harness and 
carriage trade ; subscription $1.00 ; forty pages, size 9x12. 

Circ'n i^ 

Also publishes Canadian Druggist and Vertiey's Mo?ithly. 

See Advt. Page 70. 

CANADIAN HORTICULTURIST, monthly; Horticultural 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, H. Bronson Cowan and A. B. 
Cutting, B.S.A., editors, 506 Manning Chambers ; established 
1877 ; fruit, vegetable and amateur flower culture ; subscription 
50 cents ; forty pages, size 9x12. See Advt. Page 93. Circ'n 7^ 

CANADIAN IMPLEMENT AND VEHICLE TRADE, 

monthly; Vehicle Publishers, Ltd., publishers; established 1900; 
agricultural implement and vehicle trade ; subscription 50 cents ; 
forty-eight pages, size loj^ x 14. Circ'n 6 

Also publish Ca7tadian Motor. 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FABRICS, monthly; Biggar- 
Wilson, Ltd., publishers. Confederation Life Bldg.; established 1883; 
textile trades ; subscription $1.00 ; 32 pages, size 12x9. Circ'n ^ 

Also dated at Montreal. Also publishes F7d;p and Pafer Magaz- 
ine of Ca?iada and Telepho?ie Age. 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SUR- 
GERY, monthly; W\ A. Young, M.D., publisher, 145 College St.; 
established 1896; medical; subscription $1.00; 180 to 212 pages, 
size 7 X 10. 

CANADIAN KENNEL GAZETTE, monthly; H. B. Donovan, 
editor and publisher, 124 Victoria St. ; established 1888 ; dogs ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twenty to twenty-four pages, size 9x12. Circ'n lyQ 

Also publishes Canadian Poidtry Revieiv^ 

CANADIAN LAW REVIEW, monthly; Can. Law Review Co., 
publishers ; established 1901 ; legal ; subscription $5.00 ; ninety-six 
pages, size 6^ x 10. Circ'n i^ 

CANADIAN LAW TIMES, monthly; and occasionally semi- 
monthl}', about 21 issues in a year; The Carswell Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers, 30 Adelaide St. E.; estabHshed 1881 ; legal; subscription 
$5.00 ; one thousand pages a year, size 6x9. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Ontario Weekly Re^porter, Western Law Reporter 
and Eastern Lazu Reporter. 

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CANADIAN MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURING 
NEWS, monthly ; McLean Publishing Co., publishers, 10 Front St. 
E., Toronto; established 1905; manufacturing- interests, covering- 
mechanical, power and foundry fields; subsqription $1.00 ; eighty- 
four pages, size 9x12. Circ'n 4^ 

Also publishes Canaduxn Grocer^ etc. 

CANADIAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Ontario Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; Newton McTavish, editor; established 1893; 
literary ; illustrated ; subscription $2.50 ; ninety-six pages, size 
7 X 10. See Advt. Page 89. Circ'n 16^ 

CANADIAN MISSIONARY LINK, monthly; P. R. Wilson 
Printing Co., 16 Adelaide St. W., publishers ; Mrs. L. L. Porter, 
572 Huron St., editor; religious; Baptist foreign missions; sub- 
scription 25 cents ; sixteen pages, size 7 x 10. 

CANADIAN MOTOR, monthly; Vehicle Publishers Ltd., pub- 
lishers; established 1905; motors; subscription $1.00 ; one hundred 
and twelve pages, size 7^^ x 10. Circ'n 4^ 

Also publish Can. Invplement and Vehicle Trade. 

CANADIAN NURSE, monthly; printed for the Editorial Board 
by William Briggs ; established 1905; nursing ; subscription $1.00 ; 
seventy to eighty pages, size 6^ x 10. Circ'n %f 

See Advt. Page 98. 

CANADIAN PAINTER AND DECORATOR, monthly ; Jas. 

Acton Publishing Co. Ltd. , publishers ; established 1903; painters' 
and decorators' trade ; subscription $1.00 ; forty pages up, size 
10 X 13X. 

Also publishes Canadian Baker and Confectioner, Shoe and 
Leather Journal And Furniture a^id upholstery Jouryial. 

CANADIAN PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly ; 
Pharmaceutical Publishing Co. of Toronto, Ltd., publishers ; 
established 1868 ; drugs ; subscription $1.00 ; fifty-two pages, size 
11x8. Circ'n i^ 

CANADIAN POTTERY AND GLASS GAZETTE, monthly; 
Publishers Limited, publishers; established 1907; trade ; subscription 
$2.00; fifty-two pages, size 10)^ x \2%. 

CANADIAN POULTRY REVIEW, monthly; H. B. Dono- 
van, editor and publisher, 124 Victoria St. ; established 1877; poultry 
raising ; subscription 50 cents ; forty-eight to seventy-two pages, 
size 8^x11^. Circ'n 9^ 

Also publishes Canadia^i Kennel Gazette. 

CANADIAN PRACTITIONER AND REVIEW, monthly ; 

Practitioner Publishing Co., publishers; established 1876; medical; 
subscription $2.00 ; eighty to one hundred pages, size 7x10. 

CANADIAN SHOE AND LEATHER JOURNAL, monthly; 
Jas. Acton Publishing Co., Ltd. , publishers ; established 1888; shoe 
and leather trade ; subscription $1.00 ; seven ty-tw^o to one hundred 
pages, size 10 x 13^. 

Also publish Canadian Baker and Confectioner, Painter and 
Decorator and Furniture and Ufholstery Journal. 

CHINA'S MILLIONS, monthly; China Inland Mission, 
H. W. Frost, director and publisher ; missions ; established 1893 ; 
subscription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, size 8)^ x 11. Does not insert 
advertisements. 

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114 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

CLOTHIER AND HABERDASH ER, monthly ; H. Ga^nier, 
Ltd,, publishers ; established 1900 ; trade ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-hty-four pag-es, size 10 x 13^. Also dated at Montreal. 

Also publish Cigar a7id Tobacco Joia'7ial Siud Wine and Spirit 
Journal. 

DOMINION DENTAL JOURNAL, monthly; Nesbett Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; established 1889 ; dental; subscription $1.00; 
seventy-six pages, size 6x9. 

DOMINION MEDICAL MONTHLY, monthly; George 
Elliott, publisher ; established 1892 ; medical ; subscription $2.00 ; 
sixty-two pages, size 7 x 10. 

DRY GOODS REVIEW, monthly ; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, 10 Front St., East ; established 1891 ; dry goods, 
furs, clothing and millinery trades ; subscriptiort $2.00 ; one hundred 
and sixty pages, size 12x9. Also dated at Montreal and Winnipeg. 

Also publish Can. Grocer, etc. Circ'n 4^ 

EASTERN LAW REPORTER, monthly; Carswell Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1906 ; law reports ; subscription $10.00 ; 
twelve hundred pages a year, size 6x9. 

Also publish Ontario Weekly Reporter, Cafiadian Lazv Times 
and Wester ?i Lazv Reporter. 

ECONOMIST, monthly ; Economist Ptg. and Publishing Co. of 
Toronto, Ltd., no Bay St.; established 1897; insurance and 
financial ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-eight pages, size 12x9. 

Circ'n 2\ 

ENGINEERING JOURNAL OF CANADA, monthly; 
Arch. W. Smith & Partners, Ltd., publishers; established 1905; 
power ; subscription $1.00. 

Also publish Hardivare Moyithly and Office Digest. 

FORESTER, monthly; official organ of I. O.F. ; Temple Build- 
ing ; established 1881 ; subscription $1.00, but free to members; 
twenty-eight pages, size 9)^ x 6)^. 

Total circulation claimed 244,000, of zvhich 114,000 is Canadian. 

FREEMASON, monthly ; Cowan & Co., publishers ; J. W. 
Cowan, editor ; established 1881 ; masonic ; subscription 50 cents ; 
sixteen pages, size 11x8. 

FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY JOURNAL, AND 

UNDERTAKERS' GAZETTE, monthly ; James Acton Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; trade; subscription $1.00; seventy-two 
pages up, size 10 x isX* 

Also publishes Canadian Baker and Confectioner, Painter and 
Decorator and Shoe afid Leather Journal, 

HARDWARE MONTHLY, monthly; Arch. W. Smith & Part- 
ners, Ltd., publishers, 36-38 Lombard St. ; established 1904 ; trade ; 
subscription $1.00 for two years ; forty-eight pages, size 8^ x 12. 

Also publish Engi?teering Journal of Canada and Office Digest. 

HOME JOURNAL, monthly; Canadian Woman's Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1905 ; literary, illustrated ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; twenty-four pages, size 10 x 13^. Circ'n 14 

Advt. — TTie Home Journal is the one medium in Canada devoted excltcsively to 
■rural homes. Its popularity is proved hy the fact that its circulation has doubled 
three times in sixteen months. For reaching the buyers in Canadian rural homes it 
is unsurpassed. See Advt. Page 116. 

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HOME STUDY LEAFLET, monthly; Rev. R. Doug^las Fraser, 
editor, Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; established 
1895 ; Sunday School lessons ; subscription 5 cents ; two pag-es, 
size 8^ X 6. Does tiot insert advertisements. 

Also publishes East and West, etc. 

INDEPENDENT ODDFELLOW, monthly ; W. S. Johnston, 
publisher, Adelaide St., W. ; established 1898; Oddfellowship ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve to twenty pages, size 10^ x 14)^. Circ'n 3 

INDUSTRIAL CANADA, monthly; Canadian Manufacturers' 
Association, publishers; established 1900; national trade; sub- 
scription $1.00; seventy pages, size 9x12. Circ'n ^% 

INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL REVIEW, monthly; F. 
McPhillips, editor and publisher ; established 1905 ; insurance, 
banking" and finance ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-eight to thirty-six 
pages, size 9x12. Circ'n i^ 

INTERMEDIATE LEAFLET, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas 
Fraser, editor ; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; Sunday School literature ; subscription 5 cents per 
annum. Does 7iot insert advertisemetits. 

Also publishes East a?id West, etc. 

LAM P OF LIFE, monthly ; Rev. A. Sims, editor and proprietor ; 
established 1903; religious, undenominational; subscription 50 
cents ; eight pages, size 10^ x 13^. 

LAY WORKER, monthly ; William J. Dyas, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; religious. Church of England ; subscription 50 cents; 
sixteen pages, size 9x12. 

LORD'S DAY ADVOCATE, monthly ; Lord's Day Alliance 
of Canada, publishers; established 1903; sabbath observance; 
subscription 50 cents ; twelve pages, size 6x9,. 

McM ASTER UNIVERSITY, monthly; published by the 
students of the University ; established 1891 ; college; subscription 
$1.00 ; one hundred and ninety-two pages, size 10 x 6. Circ'n y^ 

MERCHANT, AND GENERAL STORE KEEPER, monthly ; 
R. S. Mortley, managing editor. The Merchant Publishing Co., 
publishers, i Wellington St. E. ; established 1885 ; commercial ; 
subscription $1.50 ; twenty-four pages, size 10 x 13^. Circ'n I 

MISSIONARY OUTLOOK, monthly; Rev. A. Sutherland, 
editor; Methodist Missionary Societies, publishers, 33 Richmond St., 
W. ; established 1880 ; Methodist Missions ; subscription 40 cts ; 
twenty-four pages, size I2j^ x 8^^. Circ'n 12^ 

MONEY AND RISKS, monthly; National Pub. Co. of Toronto, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; insurance, financial and com- 
mercial ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-eight pages, size 9^ x 7. 

MOTORING, monthly; E. M. Wilcox, publisher; established 
1906 ; automobiles and motor boats ; illustrated ; subscription 
$1.00 ; one hundred pages up, size 7^ x \o]4.. Circ'n 3^ 

MUSICAL CANADA, monthly; E. R. Parkhurst, editor; 
established 1907 ; music ; subscription $1.00 ; fifty-six pages, size 
7x10. 

NEW ERA, monthly; Church of England Missionary Society 
in Canada, publishers ; L. Norman Tucker, editor in chief ; estab- 
lished 1902 ; missionary review ; subscription 50 cents ; forty pages, 
size 6|^ X 10. 

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NOTES FOR BIBLE STUDY, monthly; Lionel S. Haynes, 
publisher; established 1881 ; Biblical study ; subscription 50 cents; 
forty to forty-eight pag-es, size 7^ x 5^. Circ'n 2 

Selected advts. of Evangelical Books or Matter only. 

OFFICE DIGEST, monthly; Arch'd. W. Smith & Partners, 
Ltd., publishers; established 1907; office interests; subscription 
$1.00 for two years ; twenty four pages, size 8^ x 12. 

Also publish Engineering Journal of Canada and Hardxvare 
Monthly. 

ON THE ROAD, monthly; Travellers Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1906 ; commercial travellers ; subscription 
$1.00 ; forty-eight pages, size 7 x 10. 

OUTDOOR CANADA, monthly ; Can. Newspaper Co., Ltd., 
publishers, 34 Victoria St.; established 1905; recreation; first of 
each month ; subscription $1.00. See Advt. Page 69. 

PRIMARY LEAFLET, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas Eraser, 
editor ; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; established 
1896 ; Sunday School literature ; subscription 5 cents per annum. 

Does not insert advertisements. 

Also publishes East and West, etc. 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, monthly ; The MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 10 Front St. E. ; established 1892 ; 
typographical ; subscription $2.00 ; forty-eight pages, size 9x12. 

Also dated at Montreal and Winnipeg. Circ'n 2}^ 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

PULP AND PAPER MAGAZINE OF CANADA, monthly; 
Biggar- Wilson Ltd. , publishers, Confederation Life Bldg. ; estab- 
lished 1903; pulp and paper trades; subscription $1.00; sixty pages, 
size 6x9; also dated at Montreal. 

Also publishes Journal of Fabrics and Telephone Age. 

RAILWAY AND MARINE WORLD, monthly; Acton Bur- 
rows Ltd., publishers, 33 Melinda St.; established 1890 ; steam and 
electric railway, marine, grain elevator, express, telegraph, tele- 
phone and contractors' interests; subscription $1.00 ; seventy-four 
pages, size 12x9. 

ROD AND GUN AND MOTOR SPORTS IN CANADA, 
monthly; W. J. Taylor, publisher, 117 Mail Bldg. See Woodstock, 
Ont. 

ST. LUKE'S PARISH MAGAZINE, monthly; St. Lukes 
Parish, publishers; established 1907; religious; Church of England; 
subscription 50 cents; thirty pages, size 7^ x 9)^. 

SCOTTISH CANADIAN, monthly; Scottish Canadian, pub- 
lishers ; established 1895 ; national ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two 
pages, size 8x12. Circ'n 5 

SONS OF ENGLAND RECORD, monthly; Sons of Eng- 
land Society, publishers ; established 1896 ; brotherhood ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents : twelve pages, size 13^ x 9. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BANNER, monthly; Rev. W. H. With- 
row, D.D., editor; Methodist Book and Publishing House, pub- 
lishers ; Rev. W. Briggs, D.D., book steward, 31 Richmond St. W. ; 
established 1866 ; Sunday School ; subscription 60 cents ; sixty-four 
pages, size 6^ x 9)^. Circ'n 17)^ 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, etc. 

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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON HELPS, monthly ; H. Mor- 
timer, publisher ; Church of Eng^land Sunday School Literature; 
established 1886; thirteen issues a year, each issue covering four 
weeks; subscription 30 cents ; twenty-four pages, size 6x9. Circ'n 3 

TEACHERS' ASSISTANT, monthly; The Church Book 
Room, publishers ; established 1887 ; Sunday School ; subscription 
50 cents ; thirty-six pages, size 6x9. Circ'n 4X 

TEACHERS' MONTHLY, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas Fraser, 
editor; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers; established 1895; 
Sunday Schools ; subscription 60 cents ; forty pages, size 9^ x 6^. 

Also publishes East and West, etc. Circ'n 14^^ 

TELEPHONE AGE, monthly; Biggar-Wilson Ltd., publishers; 
established 1906 ; independent ; telephone interests ; subscription 
$1.00; forty pages ; size 9x12. 

Also publish Pulfi and Paper Magazine of Canada and Journal of 
Fabrics. 

TRADER, AND CANADIAN JEWELER, monthly : Trader 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 34 Lombard St. W.; established 
1879 ; ist of each month ; jewelry trade ; free to dealers ; to others, 
subscription $1.00; sixty pages, size 9 x 12. Circ'n i 

TRINITY UNIVERSITY REVIEW, monthly; Publication 
Committee of Students of Trinity University, editors and publishers; 
educational; established 1888; subscription $1.00; sixteen to twenty- 
four pages, size 8^ x 12. Circ'n ^ 

VERNEY'S MONTHLY, monthly; W. J. Dyas, publisher; 
established 1886; Canadian Banker's Gazette ; subscription $2.00; 
eighty pages up, size 6x8^. Circ'n i^ 

Also publishes Canadian Druggist and Canadian Harness and 
Carriage Journal. 

WESTERN LAW REPORTER, monthly; Cars well Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1905; law reports; subscription $10.00; 
twelve hundred pages a year, size 6x9. 

Also publishes Ontario Weekly Re-porter, Canadian Law Times 
and Eastern Lait' Reporter. 

WESTMINSTER, monthly; Westminster Co., Ltd., publishers, 
Confederation Life Bldg. ; established 1896; religious, literary; 
subscription $1.50 ; one hundred pages, size 7 x 10. Circ'n 9^ 

Also publishes Presbyterian. 

Advt. — The Westminster — An illustrated monthly magazine. Largest paid-in- 
advance circulation of any paid magazine. Constituency unrivalled. High class 
advertising only admitted to its columns. Write The Westminster, Torwtto, for 



WINE AND SPIRIT JOURNAL, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., 
publishers; established 1898 ; trade ; subscription $1.00; one hundred 
and twelve pages, size 10 x 13^^. 

Also dated at Montreal. Also publishes Clothier and Haberdasher 
and Cigar and Tobacco Journal. 

M ASS EY- HARRIS ILLUSTRATED, bi-monthly; Massey 
Press, publishers ; established 1892 ; agricultural; 30 cents and free 
distribution; thirty-six pages, size 9^ x 6^. 

CHRISTIAN WORKER, quarterly; A. W. Roflfe, publisher; 
established 1892; evangelical; subscription 25 cents. 

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HOME STUDY QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. Douglas 
Eraser, editor; Presbyterian Church in Canada, pubHshers; estab- 
lished 1896; Presbyterian Sunday School Literature; subscription 
30 cents; th'irty-two pages, size 9^^ x 6}4' 

Also publishes East and West, etc. 

IDEAL MEN, quarterly; Provincial Committee of Y. M. C. A., 

of Ontario and Quebec, publishers; established 1898; Y. M. C. A., 
March, June, Sept., Dec; subscription 25 cents; eight pages, except 
September issue, sixteen pages, size 6 x 8^. 

INSTITUTE LEAFLET QUARTERLY,quarterly;TheChurch 

Book Room, publishers; established 1881; Church of England Sun- 
day School literature; subscription 10 cents; thirty-two pages, size 
6x9. 

INTERMEDIATE QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. Douglas 
Eraser, editor ; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers; estab- 
lished 1907 ; Sunday School literature ; subscription 20 cents. 

Also publishes East and West, etc. 

PRIMARY QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. D. Eraser, editor; 
Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers; established 1896; sub- 
scription 20 cents; thirty-two pages, size 9^ x 6^. 

Also publishes East aud West, etc. 

QUARTERLY REVIEW SERVICE, quarterly; Methodist 
Book and Publishing House, editors and publishers, 31 Richmond 
St. W. ; Methodist Sunday School Literature ; subscription 24 cents 
per dozen;' four pages, size 6^ x 9. 

Does 7iot insert advertisements. "^ 

TORONTO JUNCTION, pop. 10,000, Co. York, on the C. P. 
Ry., four miles N.W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : brass and iron foundries, piano factory, soap 
works, brick and tile yards, stock yards, planing mills, plough, farm 
machinery and wire works, whitewear and artificial silk factories, 
etc. Chief Shipments : products of its various manufactories. The 
town contains eight churches, collegiate institute and four schools ; 
the C.P. Ry. yards are located here. 

LEADER AN D RECORDER, weekly; H. H. Demers, editorand 
publisher; established 1889; independent-conservative; Friday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n 3 

TRI BU N E, weekly ; E. B. Wright , publisher ; established 1886; 
liberal ; Eriday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n I %. 

TOTTENHAM, pop. i,ooo, Co. Simcoe, on G.T.Ry. and C.P.Ry., 
40 miles S. of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour, saw, planing and grist mills, street railway fare 
box factory and wagon factory. Chief Shipments : grain, 
flour, lumber and live stock. The village contains four churches 
and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published ; Athlone, Ballycroy, Cedarville, Colgan, En- 
nis, Hockey, Romilly, Penville, Kenansville and Loretto. 

SENTINEL, weekly; L. C. Hughes, editor and publisher; 
established 1864; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n |^ 

TRENTON, pop. 4,217, Co. Hastings, on River Trent, G. T. Ry. 
and C. O. Ry., 12 miles W. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : bridge works, lumber, saw and shingle 

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mills, sash, door and box factory, foundries, machine shops, en- 
g-ine works, shipbuilding and railway repair shops. Chief Ship- 
ments : lumber, doors, flour, and farm produce. The town is 
situated at the head of Bay of Quinte and mouth of Murray 
and Trent Valley Canals, has five churches, public schools, high 
school, opera house, electric light, water works, fire depart- 
ment, daily steamboat service, has a paper mill and large water 
power. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Albury, Bayside, Coderington, Consecon, Frankford, 
Murray, Smithfield, Wellington and Wooler. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; P. J. O'Rourke, editor and publisher ; 
established 1879 ; liberal-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. ' Circ'n Yz 

COURIER, weekly; Clarence G. Young-, editor and publisher; 
established 1866; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 17 x 22. See Advt. Page 48. Circ'n ^ 

TWEED, pop. 1,500, Co. Hastings, on Moira River, C.P.Ry., and 
Bay of Quinte Ry., 25 miles N. E. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: mining, flour and lumber mills, 
cheese, sash and blind factories, foundries, tannery, hub, and steel 
hog-trough factories, asbestos and actinolite mines, extensive acid 
works, machine shops, elevator, brickyards and powder mill. Chief 
Shipments : g^rain, live stock, lumber, cheese, powder, brick 
and tile, asbestos and actinolite. The village contains four 
churches and two schools, has iron, gold, copper and mica 
mines in the vicinity. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Bridgewater, Bogart, Flinton, Marl- 
bank, Roslin, Thomasburg, Stoco, Sheffield, Kaladar, Arden, 
Mountain Grove, Denbigh, Northbrook, Queensboro, Bannockburn, 
Ivanhoe, Crookston, West Huntingdon, Tuftsville and Moira. 

NEWS, weekly; W. J. Taylor; publisher; D. B. Taylor, editor 
and manager ; established 1887 ; independent ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 21^ x 15. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,163* 

Advt. — The Tweed Weekly News is as good an advertising tnediutn as can be 
obtained in the County of Hastings. Its circulatioii , if not the largest in the county, 
is exceeded slightly only by one other paper (and that paper is published in a city six 
times the size of Tweed), and it covers thoroughly the central and best portion of 
the county. See Advt. Page %. 

UXBRIDGE, pop. 1,700, Co. Ontario, on Beaver Creek and G.T.Ry., 
22 miles N.W. of Whitby ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : piano and org-an factories, flour, oatmeal and planing mills, 
tannery, agricultural works and foundries. Chief shipments : lumber, 
flour, grain, oatmeal, leather, organs, pianos, cattle, hogs and 
general farm produce. The town contains seven churches, high 
and public schools, public library, water works, fire department and 
is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Epsom, Utica, Glen Major, Goodwood, Green- 
bank, Saintfield, Sandfotd, Leaskdale, Valentine, Udora, 
Zephyr and Vroomanton. 

JOURNAL, weekly : W. H. Keller, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1869 ; reform ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pag^es 
size 17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,400* 

NORTH ONTARIO TIMES, weekly; J. H. Chinn, publisher; 
established 1887; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pag-es, size 15 x 22. See Advt. Page 104. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Sunderland TimeSy the circulation of which is 
included in above rating. 

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VAN K LEEK HILL, pop. i,8oo, Co. Prescott, on the C. P. Ry., 
and the G.T. Ry., Hawkesbury branch, 53 miles from Ottawa and 
58 miles from Montreal. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : larg-e foundry, sash and door factories and saw 
mills. Chief Shipments : pork, fowl, g"rain, cheese, farm 
produce and lumber. Town contains six churches, of different 
denominations, hig^h, public and model schools, a convent, town 
hall, electric ligrht, close connection to both cities by all C.P.Ry. 
and G.T.Ry. trains. Twelve trains daily. Surrounding- towns and 
villag^es where no papers are published : Plantag^enet, Alfred, Rock- 
land, Caledonia Spring's, St. Eugene, Stardale, Barb, Dalkeith, 
Riceville, Clarence, Fournier, Dominionville, Dunvegan, Glen 
Robertson, Papineauville and Ste. Anne de Prescotte. 

REVIEW, weekly ; Herbert Carl Jones, publisher ; established 
1893 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,440 

WABIGOON, pop. 250, Rainy River district, on Wabigoon Lake 
and on the Main Line of the C.P.Ry., 210 miles west of Fort 
William, 230 miles east of Winnipeg- ; Tel., Ex., M. O. Chief 
Industries : g"old mining, farming and fishing and lumber mills 
on the edge of the lake. Steamers leave daily in the summer to 
the g-old fields on the Manitou Lakes, and a Government road 
leads to the Minnetakie g-old fields in the north. The town has 
two churches, two hotels, public school and savings bank. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Dyment, Dinowic, Oxdrift and Goldrock. 

STAR, weekly ; Star Publishing Co., publishers ; Jos. Osborne, 
editor ; established 1897 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Dryden Observer, circulation of which is included 
in above rating. 

WALKERTON, pop. 3,100, Co. Bruce, on Saugeen River and G.T. 
* Ry., 70 miles from Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : planing mills, furniture factory, rattan factory, binder 
twine factory, foundries, machine shops and tanneries. Chief 
Shipments : farm produce and the products of its manufactories. 
The town contains seven churches, high, separate and public 
schools, public library, opera house, water works, fire department, 
and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Carlsruhe, Elmwood, Formosa, 
Belmore, Neustadt, Cargill, Eden Grove, Pinkerton and Chepstow. 

BRUCE HERALD, weekly; L. H. McNamara, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1861 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 24 x 17. See Advt. Page 58. Circ'n 2^ 

BRUCE TIMES, weekly ; Wesley & Son, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1905 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n i^ 

TELESCOPE, weekly; A. W. Robb, editor and publisher; 
established 1869 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 20 x 27. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,890 

ONTARIO GLOCKE, German, weekly; Rittinger & Motz, 
Berlin, publishers; established 1869; independent; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.50 ; twelve pages, size 15^ x 21^. 

Published in combination with Berliner Journal and Stratford 
Kolonist. For circulation see Berliner Journal^ Berlin. 

See Advt. Page 40. 

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WALKER V ILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. Essex, on Detroit River, and on 
G.T.R., C.S.R., Wabash and Pere Marquette Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: a distillery and brewery, lumber and 
planing mills, cooperage, furniture factory, foundry and engine 
works, bridge, ladder and rattan works, three wire fence factories, 
trussed concrete, steel works, laboratories, automobile factory, 
pant and shirt, carriage goods and varnish factories and malleable 
iron works and in the neighborhood are extensive hop fields and 
tobacco farms. Chief Shipments : products of above factories, 
hops, tobacco and produce. The town contains churches, public 
and separate schools, music hall ; is lighted by gas, and has good 
water supply and street railway. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Woodslee, Tecumseh, Sandwich, 
Belle River, St. Clair, Vereker and Maidstone. 

HERALD, weekly; J. E. Dobie, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1896 ; conservative ; Friday; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 
size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,000 

See Advt. Pa^e 82. 

WALLACEBURG, pop. 3,500, Co. Kent, on Sydenham River, on 
C. W. and L. E. Electric Ry. and on P. & M. Ry., i8 miles N.W. of 
Chatham ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief Industries : lumber, 
flour and planing mills, glass factory, brass works, beet sugar fac- 
tory, canning factory, evaporator, flax mill, etc. Chief Shipments : 
sugar, glassware, brass goods, cordwood, oak and elm timber, 
staves, hoops, grain and farm produce. The town contains 
six churches, public and separate schools, and has steamers 
to Sarnia and Detroit. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Port Lambton, Sombra, Tupperville, 
Wilkesport, Whitebread, Becher and Mitchell's Bay. 

HERALD- RECORD, weekly ; Colville & Myland, publishers ; 
established 187 1 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 85. 

NEWS, weekly; Colwell Bros., publishers; established 1895 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 
15 X 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,224* 

See Advt. Page 74. 

WARKWORTH, pop. 800, Co. Northumberland, on Mill Creek, 
II miles from Hastings, the nearest railroad station on the 
G.T.R. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: grist and saw 
mill, sash and blind factory, a large cheese factory and 
creamery. Chief Shipments ; grain, lumber and cheese. The town 
contains, besides its mills and factories, three churches, two hotels and 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Dartford, Castleton, Roseneath, Godolphin and Norham. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; W. H. Henry, publisher; established 1892; 
Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

WATER FORD, pop. 1,200, Co. Norfolk, on the Nanticoke Creek 
and M.C.Ry., 8 miles N. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, canning factory, 
foundry and machine shops, farming and fruit growing. Chief 
Shipments : grain, live stock and produce. The town contains three 
churches, two schools, water works and fire departments, and is 

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lig-hted by electricity. It has three hotels, several g-ood stores and 
an excellent water supply. Surroundings towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : Boston, Bealton, Villa Nova, Vanessa, 
Bloomsbusg-, Windham and Lynville. 

STAR, weekly ; P. Geo. Pearce, editor and publisher ; established 
1874 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
20 X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,300 

WATERLOO, pop. 4,209, Co. Waterloo, on the G.T.Ry., 2 miles 
N.W. of Berlin, 40 miles from Hamilton, 63 miles from Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Connected with Berlin by an electric 
railway. Chief Industries : flour mills, button factory, furniture and 
shoe factories, brewery, distillery, foundries, etc. Chief Shipments : 
flour, live stock, farm implements, furniture and buttons. The town 
contains six churches, public and separate schools, free library, 
town hall, etc. Waterloo is situated in the centre of one of the 
finest agricultural districts in Ontario and is an important manufac- 
turing centre, containing ;^;^ manufacturing establishments. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Cross 
Hill, Conestogo, Freeport, Kossuth, Hawkesville, St. Clements, 
St. Agatha, St. Jacobs, Breslau, Heidelberg, Baden, and Winter- 
bourne. 

CITIZEN, every evening except Sunday; German Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers; established 1905; independent; subscrip- 
tion $3.00; four pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 684 

See Advt. Page 86. 

Also publishes Ca^iadischer Batiern/reufid and Deutsche Zeitung. 

CHRONICLE-TELEGRAPH, weekly ; David Bean, editor 
and publisher; established 1856; liberal; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,750 

Also publishes Berlin Telegraph. See Advt. Page 99. 

CANADISCHER BAUERNFREUN D, German, weekly ; 
German Printing and Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1850 ; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 
17 X 22. See Advt. Page 86. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906 (including 

Deutsche Zeitung), 2,243 

Also publishes Waterloo Citizen and Deutsche Zeitung. 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG, German, weekly ; German Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1892 ; conservative ; 
Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

See Advt. Page 86. For Circ'n see Canadischer Bauernfreund. 

Also publishes Waterloo Citize?i and Canadischer Bauernfreund. 

WATFORD, pop. 1,470, Co. Lambton, on G.T.Ry., 28 miles E. of 
Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : wagon fac- 
tory, wire works, saw, flour and planing mills, cheese factory and 
electrical works. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, farm produce 
and the products of its manufactories. The town contains six 
churches and high and public schools, music hall, public library, etc. 
It is the centre of a rich agricultural district. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Arkona, Kerwood, 
Kingscourt, Warwick and Wanstead. 

GUIDE-ADVOCATE, weekly; Harris & Co., editors and 
publishers ; H. F. Williams, local editor; established 1875 ; inde- 
pendent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13^^ x 20^. 

Circ'n i ^ 

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WELLAND, pop. 3,000, Co. Welland, on G. T. Ry., M. C. Ry., 
* Wabash, Pere Marquette, T. H. & B. and C.P. Rys., Welland River 
and Canal, 8 miles N. of Lake Erie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing- mills, foundry, forge 
works, steel plant, binder twine factory, bed factory, boiler and 
machine shops. The town contains six churches, hig"h and public 
schools, court house, public library, water works, natural g^as, 
electric lig^ht and power. Surrounding- towns and villagfes where no 
papers are published : Marshville, Fonthill, Ridg^eway, Ridgeville, 
St. Johns, Sherkston, Bertie, Port Robinson, Humberstone, Allan- 
berg-, Fenwick and Crowland. 

TELEGRAPH, semi-weekly; Sears & Duff", publishers; estab- 
lished 1863; conservative; Tuesday and Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 23. Circ'n 3 

See Advt. Page 100. 

PEOPLES PRESS, weekly; The Press Co., publishers; estab- 
iished 1898 ; liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription 60 cents ; four pag-es, 
size i4>^ X 23. Circ'n 2>)i 

TRIBUNE, weekly; J. J. Sidey, publisher ; established 1854 ; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; ten to twelve pag-es, size 
14^ X 22. Circ'n 3I4!' 

HOME CIRCLE LEADER, monthly; Order of Canadian 
Home Circles, publishers ; established 1890 ; brotherhood ; sub- 
scription 20 cents ; distributed free to members of the Order ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 10 x 13^. Circ'n 18^ 

WELLESLEY, pop. 950, Co. Waterloo, on Smith River, i6 miles 
from Berlin, i8 miles from Stratford ; Tel., T., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : woollen mills, knittings factory, 250 barrel roller mill, 
planing- mill, saw mill, cheese factory. Chief Shipments : g-rain, 
stock and the products of its manufactories. The villag-e contains 
four churches, a g^ood school, public library, opera house, three hotels, 
fine water privileg-e and fishing- preserves. Surrounding- towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Baden, Hawkesville, St. 
Clements, Heidelberg-, Shakespeare, and Millbank. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly ; J. W. Green, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pagfes, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n % 

WEST LORNE,pop. i,ooo, Co. Elg^in,onM.C.Ry.andPere Marquette 
Ry., 28 miles west of St. Thomas. Chief Industries : wag-g-on works, 
canning- factory, bending- factory, flour, woollen, saw and planing- 
mills, foundry, bicycle works, Lome stock farm. Chief Shipments : 
wag-g-ons, g-rain, flour, live stock, produce, bent g^oods, lumber, 
timber, wood and canned g-oods. The town contains six churches, 
opera houses and public halls, g-raded schools, public library and 
several stores. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers 
are published ; Eagle, Crinan, Woodgreen, Wardsville, Newbury, 
Aldboro, Campbellton and Wallacetovvn. 

ELGIN SUN, weekly; W. H. Bole, publisher; established 
1899 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 22 X 15. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 100. 

CANADIAN CHECKER PLAYER, monthly; Manson D. 
Teetzel, publisher ; established 1907 ; checker players' interests ; 
subscription $2.00 ; forty pages, size 6x9. 

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WESTON, pop. 1,542, Co. York, on G.T.Ry. and C.P.Ry., 9 miles 
N.W. of Toronto, the provincial capital, with which it is also con- 
nected by Electric Railway ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw and flour mills, stove foundry, pump works, 
bedstead factory, carriagfe and waggon works. Chief Shipments : 
lumber, grain, flour and farm produce. The town contains four 
churches, public, separate and high schools, public library, a 
public hall, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Carleton, Clairviell, Richview, Ellesmere, Wood- 
bridge, Highfield, Downsview and Thornhill. 

T4MES AND GUIDE, weekly ; J. K. Keefler, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1890 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,314 

WESTPORT, pop. 1,000, Co. Leeds, on the Upper Rideau Lake 
and B. W. & N. W. Ry. , 45 miles N.W. of Brockville, 20 miles from 
Perth, also has steamboat connection with Kingston and Ottawa 
during navigation. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
flour mills, two furniture factories, tannery, mica cleaning works, 
two saw mills and a large foundry. Chief Shipments : flour, lumber, 
and mica, etc. The village has six churches, public and separate 
schools, three hotels and several stores, etc. 

MIRROR, weekly ; W. B. Adams, publisher ; established 1893 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

WHEATLEY, pop. 800, Co. Essex, situated on Lake Erie and Detroit 
River Ry., 8 miles from Leamington. Tel., T., Ex., M.O. Chief 
Industries: saw, grist and planing mills, tile and brick, and cheese and 
butter factories, and is the centre of the newly-discovered oil field. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, beef, pork, flour, staves, fish and grain.- 
The town contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels, three churches, 
public schools and public library. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Renwick, Coatsworth, Glenwood, 
Blytheswood and Staples. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; T. Frank Epplett, publisher ; established 
1895; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 22 X 15. See Advt. Page 34. Circ'n %. 

WHITBY, pop. 2,500, Co. Ontario, on Lake Ontario and G.T.Ry., 4 
* miles from Oshawa, 30 miles from Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, foundries, machine shops and 
tanneries. Chief Shipments : farm produce and products of its 
manufactories. The town contains five churches and four schools, 
collegiate institute, ladies' college, music hall, and good grain ele- 
vator. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Brooklin, Greenwood, Myrtle, Raglan, Columbus and Scar- 
boro'. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; C. A. Goodfellow, editor and publisher; 
established 1856; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; twelve 
pages, size 17X x 23^. Circ'n (including Gazette) \}i 

Also publishes Whitby Gazette and Claremont Banner. 

GAZETTE, weekly; C. A. Goodfellow, editor and publisher; 
established 1862; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; twelve 
pages, size 17)^ x 23^. For Circ'n see Chrofticle. 

Also publishes Whitby Chronicle and Claremont Banner. 

VOX COLLEGM, monthly ; Literary and Musical Society of 
Ontario Ladies' College, publishers ; established 1881 ; subscription 
35 cents ; twenty-six to forty pages, size 7 x 9)^. A college paper. 
Eight issues only during college year. Circ'n ^ 

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WIARTON, pop. 3,000, Co. Bruce, at the head of Colpoy's Bay, an 
arm of the Georg^ian Bay, on the G. T. Ry., 60 miles N. of 
Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, 
flour and woollen mills, novelty works, bobbin and spool factory, 
cement and flooring^ factories, beet sug-ar factory, turning and 
furniture factories and limestone quarries. Chief Shipments : live 
stock, g-rain, furniture, lumber, railway ties, fish, limestone and 
teleg^raph poles. The town contains seven churches, three schools, 
public library, town hall, water works, five hotels, and is lig-hted by 
electricity and natural g^as. It has a fine harbor and docks, 1,040 
feet longf and 200 feet wide. Surrounding- towns and villag^es 
where no papers are published : AUenford, Oxenden, Sable Falls, 
Lion's Head, Shallow Lake, Pike Bay, Lake Charles, Amabel, 
Wolsley, Dyer's Bay, Purple Valley, Oliphant, Cape Crocker, 
Keppel, Eastnor, Tobermory, Stokes Bay, Park Head, Hope Bay, 
Barrow Bay, Dobbinton and Colpoy's Bay. 

CANADIAN, weekly; W. J. Whitlock, publisher; established 
1893; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
size i-jyi X 22. Circ'n i 

ECHO, weekly; A. Logan, publisher; established 1879; liberal; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag^es, size 17^^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag^e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,200 
See Advt. Page 92. 

WINCHESTER, pop. 1,200, Co. Dundas, on C. P. Ry., 93 miles W. 
of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: foun- 
dry, woollen, flour, saw and planing- mills and furniture factory. 
Chief Shipments : cheese, farm produce and the products of its mills 
and factories. The town contains five churches, hig-h and public 
schools, and is the centre of a fine ag-ricultural and dairying- section. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Inkerman, Kenmore, Morewood, Hallville, Ormond, Vernon, Van 
Camp, Mountain Ridg-e, Cass Bridge, Vinegar Hill, Nation Valley, 
Irena, Rowena, Maple Ridge Mountain and Winchester Springs. 

PRESS, weekly ; Byron Lane, editor and publisher; established 
1888; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 13)^ X 20. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 940 

See Adx't. Page 36. 

WINDSOR, pop. 14,509, Co. Essex, on the Detroit River, C. P. Ry., 
M. C. Ry., G. T. Ry., Wabash Ry., and Pere Marquette Ry. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: turned goods, Canadian 
Salt Co.'s salt works, lumber and saw mills, canning, cigar, varnish, 
brush, paper box, typesetting machines, fur robe, patent medicine 
and other factories. Chief Shipments: fish, grain, salt, lumber 
and the products of its various manufactories. The city has a large 
trade in grain and other agricultural products and a great deal of 
tobacco is also raised in the vicinity. Vessels from all parts of the 
lakes arrive and depart daily during the season of navigation. 
Several of its manufactories are branches of Detroit ♦houses, the 
American city being exactly opposite, across the river. The city 
contains several churches, an excellent school system, gas, water 
supply, electric light, city hall, armoury and public library, and has 
a passenger ferry service to Detroit every ten minutes, also three 
car ferry services, and an efficient electric car service. It is lighted 
by electricity and has a good fire department. Surrounding towns 

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and villages where no papers are published : Sandwich, Woodslee, 
Belle River, Maidstone, Pike Creek, Puce, Elmstead, Fairplay, 
Pelton and Oldcastle. 

EVENING RECORD, every evening except Sunday ; Record 
Ptg-. Co. of Windsor, Ltd., publishers; John A. McKay, sec.-treas. ; 
established 1890; independent-liberal; subscription $3.00; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,800 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established i860; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3,800 

Advt. — The Record covers the County of Essex thoroughly and has for its con- 
stituency sixty thousand -well-to-do people -who have ^enty oj money to spend. The 
Evening Record is the only daily in the county. The Evening Record and the 
Semi-Weekly Record are the only papers in the district that regularly furnish 
sworn statements of circulationy The Record leads in the County of Essex. See 
Advt. Page 87. 

STANDARD, weekly ; Standard Printing Co. of Windsor, Ltd., 
pubUshers ; F. J. Hughes, bus. mgr., C. E. Percy, editor; estab- 
lished 1903; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 21. Circ'n ^ 

LE PROGRES, French, weekly; Aurele Pacaud, editor and 
publisher; established 1881 ; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, size 24 x 18. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,200 

WINGHAM, pop. 2,500, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River, G.T.Ry. 
and C.P.Ry., 25 miles N.E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : stove foundry, saw, planing, flour, oatmeal, chair 
and four furniture factories, carriage, door and glove factories, 
tanneries and salt wells. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, live stock, 
and the products of its factories. The town contains five churches, 
high and public schools, town hall, water works and fire department. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Belmore, Bluevale, Whitechurch, Belgrave, Dungannon, St. Helen's 
and St. Augustine. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; Theo. Hall, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17^^ x 24. Circ'n \}^ 

Tl M ES, weekly; H. B. Elliott, editor and publisher ; estabhshed 
1872 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
17^ X 22. Circ'n i 

WOODSTOCK, pop. £0,500, Co. Oxford, on Cedar Creek, River 
* Thames, G.T.Ry., and C.P.Ry., 27 miles N.E. of London ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : organs and pianos, waggon, 
carpet, furniture, leather and soap factories, flour, saw and planing 
mills, stove foundries, machine shop, automobile works, cereal mills, 
knitting goods, wire fence, pipe organs, and agricultural implement 
works. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, organs, pianos, cheese, 
butter, agricultural implements, wagons, lumber, farm produce and 
the products of its manufactories. The town contains several well 
built churches, a college, several public schools, a town hall, fire hall 
and court house, water works and fire department, and is lighted 
by gas and electricity. It is the geographical centre of the richest 
and most fertile agricultural county in the province and is the distri- 
buting point for 100,000 people. The lines of the two great railway 
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villages where no papers are published : Beachville, Brig-ht, East- 
wood, Innerkip, Hickson, Goble's Corners, Sweaburg, Strathallan, 
Princeton, Rayside, Raneleigh, Cooley Pond, Springford, Burford, 
Zenda, Mount Elgin, Granthurst, Bennington, Vandecar, Golspie, 
Centreville and South Norra. 

EXPRESS, every evening except Sunday ; Woodstock Express 
Ptg. Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1898 ; conservative ; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; eight pages, size 23 x 18. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1898 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen pages, size 23 x 18. See Advt. Page 50. 

SENTINEL- REVIEW, every evening except Sunday ; Sentinel- 
Review Co., Ltd., publishers ; W. J. Taylor, president and 
managing director ; established 1886 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight to sixteen pages, size 18 x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 4,190* 

WEEKLY, established 1854 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen and twenty-four pages, size 18 x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 4,390* 

Advt. — Population considered, the Woodstock Sentinel-Reviev) has the largest 
circulation of any paper in Canada. For a quarter of a century it has been the 
representative paper of the wealthiest coicnty in Ontario. It goes into four-ffths of 
the homes of city and county. Circulation more than equals the combined circulations 
of all other advertising mediums in the county. See Advt. Page 23. 

ROD AND GUN AND MOTOR SPORTS IN CANADA, 
monthly ; W. J. Taylor, publisher ; established 1899 ; fishing, hunt- 
ing, exploration and out-door life generally ; subscription $1.00 ; 
one hundred and ninety-two to two hundred pages, size 6^ x 10. 
Also dated at 117 Mail Bldg. , Toronto, and Herald Bldg., Montreal. 

Advt. — Rod and Gun is the only magazine of its kind published in the Dominion. 
It is read by the sportsmen, tourists and lovers of otd-door life in Canada from, 
ocean to ocean and by the thousands of American sportsmen and tourists -who 
visit Canada annually. As an advertising medium for goods of interest to sports' 
men and tourists it is unsurpassed. No tnagazine in America has experienced 
the growth in circulation and advertising patronage that " Rod and Gun" has 
had during the past eight years. See Advt. Page gg. 

WOODVILLE, pop. 900, Co. Victoria, on G.T.Ry., 18 miles N. W. 
of Lindsay, 5 miles N. of Cannington, its nearest banking town. 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: flour, lumber, grain and 
live stock. The village contains two churches and two public schools. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Islay, Glenarm, Hartley, Cambray, Argyle, Oakwood and Manilla. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; J. J. Cave, publisher; independent; Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages. See Beaver-ton Express. 

RECORD, weekly ; W. A. Robinson, publisher ; conservative ; 
Friday ; subscription $1.00; four pages. See Can7iingt07i Gleaner. 

WROXETER, pop. 550, Co. Huron, on C.P.Ry., 10 miles E. of 
Wingham and 50 miles from Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw and planing mills, oatmeal and roller flour 
mills, cider mill, foundry, tannery and machine shop. Chief ship- 
ments : lumber, oatmeal and flour. The town contains, besides its 
mills, stores, etc., three churches, two hotels, public library, with 
4,500 volumes, and has electric light. 

STAR, weekly ; B. H. Townsend, publisher; established 1900; 
independent ; Thursday ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

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WYOMING, pop. 700, Co. Lambton, on the southern division G.T. 
Ry. and junction for Petrolia, 19 miles E. of Sarnia. Tel., T,, 
Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, saw and woollen 
mills and evaporator. Chief Shipments : grain and hog-s, fruit and 
vegetables. The town contains, beside its stores and mills, etc., 
three hotels and five churches, public library and good school. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Kingscourt, Marthaville, Camlachie, Hillsborough, Kertch, Man- 
damin, Ogemah, Uttoxeter and Wanstead. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. S. Nichol, editor and publisher; 
established 1894; independent; Thursday ; eight pages, size 14 x 20. 

Circ'n ^ 

ZURICH, pop. 600, Co. Huron, 24 miles south of Goderich and six 
. miles west of Hensall, its nearest railway station. Tel., T., Ex., M. 
O., Bank. The town contains four churches and a public school. 

HERALD, weekly; E. Zeller, editor and publisher ; established 
1900 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages. 

Circ'n % 



' ' Any intelligent community is covered by its news- 
papers — absolutely. No thoughtful man, woman, boy or 
girl goes through the day's details without looking at a live 
newspaper. It is practically the only source of local and 
general information. It keeps its readers up to date. It 
helps to make the poorly informed intelligent and the intelli- 
gent more intelligent. Civilization and conventionality 
demand that we read the newspapers, which we would daily 
do anyway, simply to feed intellectual hunger. In short, 
newspapers are so closely connected with modern life that 
no reader could do without them, and very few advertisers 
could. 

Brains. 



It was once supposed that the man who bided his time 
would win out in the end. Nowadays we know that the man 
who bides his time will not be heard of until his obituary 
appears. 



" The meek shall inherit the earth — but not this earth ** 
is true, though perhaps not too orthodox. If there is any- 
thing you want particularly you'd better get out and after it. 

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PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



The Province of Quebec, the cradle of civilization in Canada, has a 
history more abounding^ in romance and episode than that of any other 
division of the American continent. Its discovery dates from 1534, and its 
regular colonization from the beg-inningf of the 17th century. From this 
colony went forth the hardy French pioneers, who penetrated througfh the 
wilds surrounding the Great Lakes, into the plains and prairies of the 
unknown West and North- West, and down the valley of the Mississippi to 
the Gulf of Mexico, and whose names still survive in many a town, lake 
and river, of Western Canada and the United States. The scenery of 
Quebec, along the St. Lawrence and Saguenay to Lake St. John and the 
regions beyond, is unsurpassed in grandeur, and is year by year attracting 
visitors from all parts of the continent and from Europe. The wealth of 
Quebec in minerals is proving to be very great, the asbestos mines, among 
others, being now acknowledged to be the richest in the world. The pro- 
duction from these mines in 1904 amounted to $1,186,795, while the other 
mineral products of the province totalled $1,771,657. There are large 
deposits, yet undeveloped to any great extent, of peat, gold, silver, etc. 
Quebec is penetrated in every part by rivers and streams, and the amount 
of water power still unutilized is inconceivable to those who have not explored 
the province. The facilities thus afforded for mill operations point out the 
province as a great future seat of manufacturing, especially in paper and 
pulp making, these water powers being interspersed among vast tracts of 
spruce, poplar, hemlock and other pulp woods, unequalled in the world for 
their qualities for pulp and paper making. By an Order in Council passed 
in 1896 the northern boundaries have been extended to the shores ot 
Hudson Bay, the area of Quebec being now 351,873 sq. miles. The popu- 
lation at the last census in 1901, was 1,648,898, and is now estimated at 
1,650,000. It has 65 counties, five districts, eight cities, 10 1 towns, and 
over 1,500 villages. A dual system of education exists in the province, 
there being Roman Catholic school boards and Protestant school boards. 
The Roman Catholic boards have under their charge 4,464 elementary 
schools, 528 model schools, 149 academies, two normal schools, 16 classical 
colleges and two universities, these institutions having 298,524 pupils of all 
grades. Under the Protestant school boards, there are 898 elementary 
schools, 44 model schools, 30 academies, one normal school, three classical 
colleges and two universities, these schools, with the exception of colleges 
and universities, having 37,407 pupils of all grades. Besides these, there 
are seven non-sectarian schools of arts and manufactures, five schools of 
agriculture and dairying and other miscellaneous institutions of learning, 
Quebec sends to the Dominion parliament 65 members, and is represented 
there by 24 senators, the same number as for Ontario. Its provincial 
legislature has two Houses, the Upper House, or Legislative Council, 
having 24 members, and the Legislative Assembly, 74 members. The 
provincial capital is Quebec city. 

For statistics and other information regarding the nevjsfafers of 
the province, see other j>arts of this -work. 

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ARTHABASKA, pop. 1,400, Co. Anhabaska, on the Nicolet River 

* and G. T. Ry., 36 miles S. of Three Rivers and 65 miles S. W. of 
■ Quebec, the capital of the province. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 

Chief Industries : furniture, cheese and cheese box factories, tan- 
neries, saw, planing" and g-rist mills. Chief Shipments : gfrain, lum- 
ber and farm produce. The town contains five churches and two 
schools, the county buildings, court house, gfaol, convent, monastery, 
hospital and college. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Stanfold, St. Norbert, Plessisville, Warwick, 
Tingwick, Chesterville, etc. 

L'UNION DES CANTON DE L'EST, French, weekly ; L. R. 
Laverg-ne, manag-er ; La Compagnie d'Imprimerie d'Arthabaskaville, 
publishers; established 1865; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
four pag-es, size 25 x 18^. Circ'n ^ 

AYLMER, pop. 3,000, Co. Wright, on Ottawa River, eig^ht 
miles W. of Ottawa, with which it is connected by Hull Electric 
Ry. and C. P. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
saw mills, planing mills, mica factories and greenhouses. The 
town has four churches, academy, convent, separate school, town 
hall, water works and electric light. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Chelsea, Wakefield, Grace- 
field and Maniwaki. 

REVIEW, weekly ; R. A. Millions, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1898; re-established 1906; liberal j Friday; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 21. Circ'n }4, 

See Advt. Page 48. 

BAIE ST"PAUL, pop. 1,408, Co. Charlevoix, on the north shore 

* of River St. Lawrence, 55 miles below Quebec; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : g^rist and saw mills, cheese factories and a shingle 
mill. Chief Shipments : g^rain, lumber and produce. . The town 
contains the county buildings, etc., a convent, and there are iron 
and plumbag-o mines in the vicinity. Surrounding- towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : St. Urbain and St. Tite des Caps. 

L'ECHO DE CHARLEVOIX, French, weekly; Joseph T: 
Fortin, publisher ; established 1898 ; liberal ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; ten to twelve pag-es, size 22 x 16. 

BEDFORD, pop. 1,400, Co. Missisquoi, on C.P.Ry., 18 miles from St. 

* Johns and 20 miles from St. Albans, Vt., 60 miles from Montreal. 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : knitting machine 
(latch needles), paint works, butter box and chair factory, hay rakes 
and wash boards, beekeepers' supplies, foundry, ag-ricultural imple- 
ment, scythe and axe, sash and door factories, saw, planing and 
g-rist mills. Chief Shipments : g-rain, hay, lumber and farm pro- 
duce and the prodiicts of its factories. The town contains three 
churches, three hotels and twenty stores. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Mystic, Stanbridge, St. 

° Armand, Pig-eon Hill, Dunham, Frelighsburg and Stanbridge East. 

NEWS, AND MISSISQUOI COUNTY ADVOCATE, weekly; 
E. R. Smith & Sons, publishers ; established 1899 ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 17 x 24. See St. Johyis Neivs. 

See Advt. Page 16. ■ 

BUCKINGHAM, pop. 3,000, Co. Labelle, on the C. P. R. and River 
du Lievre and Ottawa River, 20 miles east of Ottawa and 100 miles 
west of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw and planing mills, match factory, door and sash factories, 

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electric reduction works, pulp mills, lumber mills and brick works, 
' mining-, and chemical works. Chief Shipments : lumber, bricks, 
phosphate and plumbago. The town contains besides its stores, 
etc. ; four churches, six hotels, a convent, two schools and good 
water power, water works and electric light systems. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Rockland, 
Montebello, Cantley, North Wakefield and Thurso. 

POST, AND LABELLE COUNTY ECHO, weekly; A. H. 
Parker, publisher ; established 1895 ; independent ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n i 

CHICOUTIIvll, pop. 4,000, Co. Chicoutimi, on Saguenay River and 
* Q. & L. St. J. Ry., 100 miles N. W. of Fraserville and 210 miles 
from Quebec ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : pulp 
mills, foundry and carriage factories. Chief Shipments : wood pulp, 
cheese, butter and farm produce. The town contains two churches, 
seminaries, convents, hospital, orphan asylum and schools ; it is 
lighted by electricity, has wholesale and retail stores, water works, 
and a good harbour, and also has good steamboat connection with 
Quebec. Its pulp mills are the largest in Canada. Twenty- five 
British steamers are loaded in the port of Chicoutimi and more 
than 50,000 tons of wet pulp is exported to England. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : St. Domi- 
nique, St. Alphonse, Bagotville, St. Anne de Laterriere, Jonquiere, 
Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi, St. Alexis, St Ambroise and Notre Dame. 

LE PROGRES DU SAGUENAY, French, weekly ; J. D. 
Guay, publisher ; H. Magnan, editor and manager ; established 
1886; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six pages, size 
t8 x 24. 

LE TRAVAILLEUR, weekly; Chicoutimi Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

LE MESSAGER DE ST. ANTOINE, French, monthly ; 
Rev. E. De Lamarre, publisher ; established 1895 ; religious, 
' Roman Catholic ; subscription 25 cents ; twenty pages, size 8x5. 

Circ'n 12% 

COATICOOK, pop. 3,086, Co. Stansitead, on the Coaticook River, 
and G.T.Ry., 122 miles from Montreal, Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
, Chief Industries : saw, grist, cotton, knitting, woollen and mohair 
braid mills, foundry, chair factory, sash and door factory, agricultu- 
ral implement works, etc. The town contains five churches and 
about forty stores. Surrounding towns , and villages where no 
papers are published : Compton, Dixville, Barnston, Hatley, Water- 
ville, Norton Mills, Lennoxville, Barford, Hereford, Stanhope, Clif- 
ton and Baldwin's Mills. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; W. L. Shurtleff, editor ; Observer Print- ! 
' ing Co., publishers; established 1869 ; independent ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages,, size 15 x 22. Circ'n^ 



COOKSHIRE, pop. 900, Co. Compton, on the Eaton River, Maine 

* Central and C. P. Rvs., 16 miles from Sherbrooke and 13 miles from 

Lennoxville. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : sash 

and door and chemical factories, saw and flour mills and machine 

sHops. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock and farm produce. The 

*' toWn contains the county buildings, three churches, and two hotels. 

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Surrounding" towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Eaton, Sawyerville, Marbleton, East Angus, Compton, Waterville, 
Scotstown and Robinson. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Chronicle Ptg. Co., publishers ; L. E. 
Charbonnel, editor and proprietor; established 1891 ; independent; 
Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

Also issues Lake Megantic Chronicle, circulation of which is in- 
cluded in above rating-. 

See Advt. Page 104. 

COWANSVILLE, pop. i,ooo, Co, Missisquoi, on the South Branch " 
of the Yamaska River, and on the C.P.Ry., 49 miles S.E. of Mont- 
real. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : furniture, sash, 
door and blind, maple sugar and carriage factories, flour mill, oil 
works, foundry and agricultural implement works. Chief Shipments, 
g-rain, furniture, butter, cheese and live stock. The town contains 
three churches and two hotels ; district is adapted to stock rais- 
ing-, butter and cheese making". Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Sutton Junction, Glen Farnham. 
Sweetsburg, East and West Farnham. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; J. J. Barker, editor and publisher ; 
established 1870 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

DANVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Richmond, on the G.T.Ry. 84 miles south 
west of Quebec and 87 miles north-east of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: saw and g^rist mills, four waggon 
factories, tannery, and beltingf factory. Surrounding- towns and 
villages where no papers are published : King-sey Falls and Denni- 
son's Mills. 

TIMES, weekly ; A. L. Lance and J. P. Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers; established 1878; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. 

See Richmoyid Times. 

FARNHAM, pop. 3,200, Co. Missisquoi, on the Yamaska River and 
C.P.R. and C. V. R., 14 miles E. of St. Johns, 15 miles S. W. 
ofGranby and 40 miles S.E. of Montreal. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. It contains four chyrches, stores, eight hotels, flour and 
saw mill, corset factory and C.P.R. car shops. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Versailles, Iberville, 
St. Sabine, Brig-ham, Adamsville and Angeline. 

LEADER, weekly; Granby Ptg. & Pub. Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1892 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. 

See Granby Leader-Mail. 

FRASERVILLE, pop. 7,500, Co. Temiscouata, on the south shore 
of the St. Lawrence River, on the I. C. Ry., and at the Junction of 
the Intercolonial and Temiscouata Railways (in operation to Edmund- 
ston, N. B.), 116 miles below Quebec. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : foundries, tanneries, pulp, grist and saw mills, 
L C. Ry. and Temiscouata mechanical shops for engines, furniture 
and chair factories. Chief Shipments : pulp, paper, leather, lumber 
and farm produce. The town contains six churches, a boys' college, 
a convent, hospital, a court house and several hotels. It is a 
popular summer resort. Surrounding towns and villages where no 

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papers are published : Trois-Pistoles, St. Paschal, St. Alexandre, 
St. Anne de la Pocatiere, Rimouski, Riviere du Loup Station, 
Cacouna and Bic. 

LE JOURNAL DE FRASERVILLE, French, weekly ; J. E. 
Mercier, editor and publisher ; established 1884 ; independent ; 
Friday ; subscription 50 cents ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 1^ 

LE ST. LAUU RE NT, French, weekly; S. J. Frenette, pub- 
lisher; established 1894; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
six pag^es, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag^e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,600 

GRAN BY, pop. 5,000, Co. ShefFord, on the Yamaska River and C.V. 
Ry., 19 miles from Waterloo, 29 miles from St. Johns, and 55 miles 
from Montreal. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : large 
rubber factories, tobacco, cig-ar, lasts, cigar box, paper and wood 
boxes and carriage factories, sash and door factory, plumbing sup- 
plies factory, combs and celluloid goods factory, saw and grist mills, 
tanneries, etc. Chief Shipments : rubbers, rattan ware, leather, 
tobacco, sashes and doors. The town contains four churches, three 
hotels and about thirty stores ; it is lighted by electricity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Abbotsford, Dunham, Eastman, Roxton, Sweetsburg, WestShefford, 
Granboro', Adamsville, Mawcook, Milton and St. Joachim. 

LEADER-MAIL, weekly; Granby Pt'g. and Pub. Co., Ltd., 
publishers; Geo. Legge, editor; established 1891 ; independent; 
Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Farnham Leader, circulation of which is included 
in above rating. 

HULL, pop. 14,000, Co. Wright, on the Ottawa River, % mile from 

* Ottawa (the Capital of the Dominion, to which it is connected by 
two iron bridges over the Ottawa River), and on C. P. Ry. ; Tel., T. , 
Ex., M, O. , Banks. Chief Industries : large saw mills, tanneries, 
match, pail, wooden and fibre ware factories,' lubricating oil and 
clothing factories, large Portland cement factory, paper, pulp, card- 
ing and woollen mills and axe factory ; it also has valuable iron 
mines in its vicinity. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain, matches, 
fibre ware, and the product of its mills and factories. The town 
contains several fine churches, electric light, water works, fire 
department, a college, a convent and public schools, and has three 
lumber shipping yards. The supply of water power from the 
Ottawa River is practically unlimited. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Thurso, Wakefield, Monte- 
bello, Papineauville, Kazubazua and Desert. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; Jas. Thos. Pattison, publisher ; estabhshed 
1900 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 
18 X 24. Circ'n ^ 

LE SPECTATEUR, French, weekly; Napoleon Pag^, editor 
and publisher ; established 1889 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, size 13^ x 20. Circ'n 2 

HUNTINGDON, pop. 1,200, Co. Huntingdon, on the Chateauguay 

* River and G. T. Ry. and N. Y. C. Ry., 48 miles from Montreal. 
Tel., T., Ex., M. O. , Bank. Chief Industries: saw, planing and 
grist mills, foundry, agricultural implement works, condensed milk 
and cheese factories. Chief Shipments : grain, hay, cord wood, live 
stock, cheese and butter and products of its manufactories. The 
town contains four churches, hotels, numerous stores, oddfellows', 

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masonic and foresters' halls, county building-s, etc. ; it is the centre 
of a fine farming" and dairying" country, has water works and sewers 
and a fine electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : St. Louis de Gonzague, La Guerre, 
St. Anicet, Athelstan, Dundee, Kelso, Howick, Franklin Centre, 
Allan's Corners, Hemmingford, Whites, Helena, Kensington, Port 
Lewis, Dewittville, Anderson's Corners and St. Stanislaus de 
Kostka. 

CANADIAN GLEANER, weekly; R. Sellar, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1863 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, size 20 x 26. Circ'n i^ 

HUNTINGDON NEWS AND ENTERPRISE, weekly; 
E. R. Smith & Son, publishers, C. Dewick, local editor ; established 
1893 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 17 x 24. 

See St. Johns N^ezvs. See Advt. Page 16. 

JOLIET T E, pop. 5,225, Co. Joliette, on the River I'Assomption, and 

* on the C. P. Ry. and Can. Nor. Ry., 16 miles S. W. of Berthierville 
r and 45 miles N. of Montreal. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 

Industries : paper, grist, saw, planing and fulling mills, foundry, two 
tanneries, biscuit, cigar and tobacco and boot and shoe factories, 
and machine shops. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock, farm pro- 
duce, paper, etc. The town contains four churches, a college, 
convent, hospital, industrial school, and large quantities of limestone 
in adjacent quarries ; it is a business centre for thirty parishes, and 
has a large trade in pine and spruce timber; within a short distance 
is a waterfall of considerable height. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published: L'Assomption, Terrebonne, St. Alexis, 
St Paul and St. Gabriel de Brandon. 

L'ETOILE DU NORD, French, weekly; Albert Gervais, editor 
and publisher ; established 1884; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents ; four pages, size 18 x 24^. Circ'n 2^ 

KNOWLTON, pop. 850, Co. Brome, near head of Brome Lake, on 

* C.P.Ry., 60 miles from Montreal and 10 miles from Waterloo. 
Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief Industries: saw and grist 
mills and tannery. Chief Shipments : lumber, farm produce and 
products of its factories. It is the chief town of Brome Co., and 
contains four churches, academy and schools and sanitarium ; it is 
also a summer resort for visitors from Montreal. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Mansonville, Sutton, 
West Bolton, Eastman, Abbotsford, Abbot's Corners, Frelighsburg, 
Dunham, St. Armand West and Clarenceville. 

NEWS, AND BROME COUNTY ADVOCATE, weekly; E. 
R. Smith & Son, editors and publishers ; established 1885 ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00; twelve pages, size 17 x 24. See St. Johyis N'ezvs. 

See Advt. Page 16. 

LACHINE, pop. 7,000, Co. Jacques Cartier, a suburb of Montreal, 
on River St. Lawrence, at the head of Lachine Canal, and on G.T. 
Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. A rapidly growing and important 
manufacturing town, and a popular summer resort. 

LAKE SHORE, weekly; established 1903; Wednesday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; ten pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

LACHUTE, pop. 2,500, Co. Argenteuil, on the North River and 

* Canadian Pacific Railway, and Great Northern R.R., 44 miles North 
of Montreal. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : paper 

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and pulp mills, woollen mill, two carriag-e factories, bobbin and 
shuttle and wooden-ware factories, two foundries, grist and saw 
mills, furniture factory, butter, cheese and cheese box factory and 
brick yard. Chief Shipments : g-rain, lumber, farm produce and the 
products of its manufactories. The town contains six churches, 
academy, French convent and school, the county building's, six 
hotels and several stores. Surrounding^ towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Brownsburg, Dalesville, St. Columbin, 
Cushing-, Carillon, St. Andrews, Grenville and Avoca. 

NEWS, AND ARGENTEUIL CO. ADVOCATE, weekly; E. R. 
Smith & Son, publishers ; G. E. Bampton, local editor ; established 
1894 ; FriHay ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pag-es, size 17 x 24. See 
St. Johns Nexvs. ^ 

See Advt. Page 16. 

WATCHMAN, AND OTTAWA VALLEY ADVOCATE, week- 
ly ; J. S. Giles, editor and publisher ; established 1875 ; conserva- 
tive ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

LAKE MEG ANTIC, pop. 1,500, Co. Compton, on the C. P. R., 60 

miles E. of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw and pulp mills, sash and door factory. Chief Shipments: lumber 
and pulp. The town contains, besides its stores, mills, etc., one 
church and a couple of hotels. Surroundings towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Compton, East Angus, Robinson 
and Scotstown. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Chronicle Printing Co., publishers; 
established 1896 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pag"es, size 15 x 22. See Cookshire Chrotiicle . 

LEVISj pop. 9,000, Co. Levis, on the south shore of the St. Law- 
* rence River, opposite the Citv of Quebec. It is the terminus 
of the G.T.Ry., of the I.C.Ry. and of the Quebec Central Ry., 172 
miles from Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw mills, boot and shoe factories, boiler and machine shops. Chief 
Shipments : g^rain, lumber, live stock, etc. The town contains three 
churches, convents, colleg-e and schools, and the county building-s ; 
the celebrated Levis Dry Docks are a few minutes walk from the 
centre of the town ; ferries run to Quebec throug^hout the 3'ear, and 
numbers of merchants and clerks in Quebec reside in Levis. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : St. 
Romuald, St. Joseph, St. Henri, Bienville, Etchemin, St. Jean and 
St. Nicholas. 

LEQUOTIDIEN, French; every evening except Sunday; 
J. E. Mercier Co., publishers ; established 1879 ; independent ; sub- 
scription $2.50 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 4^ 

WEEKLY {Hebdomadaire) ; established 1881 ; Wednesday ; sub- 
. scription 50 cents ; four pag-es, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 76. 

MAGOG, pop. 3,500, Co. Stanstead, at the outlet of Lake Memphre- 
mag-og, and on the E. Div. C. P. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. 
The town contains excellent water power. Chief Industries : the 
Dominion Textile Co., print works and cotton mills, creameries, 
g-rist and saw mills, door, sash and carriage factories. Chief Ship- 
ments : lumber, flour, farm produce and the products of its factories. 
The town contains four churches. Surrounding- towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Fitch Bay, Eastman, Georg-eville, 
Bolton Centre, Mansonville. Ayer's Flat, Hatley, Barnston, Massa- 
wippi, Rock Forest and Cherry River. 

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ENTERPRISE, weekly; John R. Wilcox, publisher; estab- 
lished 1895 ; ind. -conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, weekly; E. R. Smith & Sons, publishers; established 
1891 ; Friday; subscription $1.00; twelve pages, size 17 x 24. 
See St. Johns Nervs. 

See Advt. Page 16. 

MONTMAGNY, pop. i,6oo, Co. Montmagny, on the south shore of 
* the St. Lawrence, at the mouth of South River and Bras St. 
Nicholas River, and on the I.C.Ry., 33 miles E. of Quebec. Tel., 
T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries: saw, pulp, grist and 
carding miljs, foundries, machine shops, tanneries, sash and door 
and cigar factories, brick kilns and aerated water works and two 
butter factories. Chief Shipments : lumber, the products of its 
factories, grain and farm produce. The town contains besides 
its stores, mills, etc., Roman Catholic church, college, academy, 
hospital and four hotels, has water works and is lighted by elec- 
tricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : St. Ignace and St. Francois. 

COURRIER, French, weekly; Alphonse Caron, publisher; 
established 1883; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 18 X 24. Circ'n i 

LE PEUPLE, French, weekly; L'Evenement PubHshing Co., 
Quebec, publishers, Jos. C. Hibert, manager ; established 1900 ; 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription 50 cents ; six pages, size 
16^ X 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,090* 

MOINlTREAL, pop. 365,000, including suburbs 420,000, Co. Hoche- 
laga. The commercial metropolis of the Dominion of Canada, situ- 
ated on the north side of an island formed by the confluence of the 
Ottawa River with the River St. Lawrence, and known as the Island 
of Montreal, latitude 45° 31' N., longitude 73° 34' W. Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Montreal is distant from Quebec 172 miles; from Ot- 
tawa 120 miles ; Toronto 333 ; Hamilton 373 ; Halifax 758 ; Freder- 
icton 457; Winnipeg 1423; Victoria 2990; Regina 1779; Boston 
334 ; New York 400 ; Chicago 845 ; and 2750 miles from Liverpool. 
Chief Industries : boot and shoe factories, fur and hat factories, 
coffee and spice mills, flour, rolling, saw and planing, woollen and 
cotton mills, two large sugar refineries, brass, stove and iron found- 
ries, type foundry, and among its other manufactories are : aerated 
waters, ginger ale, cider, beer, baking powder, bank notes, baskets, 
bedding, belting, bells, bicycles, biscuits, braces, bricks, brooms, 
brushes, buttons, car wheels, carbide, card board, card clothing, 
clay pipes, clothing, confectionery, cordage, corks, corsets, chemi- 
cals, chocolate, cigars, collars, confectionery, canned goods, doors, 
blinds and sashes, derricks, electrical apparatus and machinery, 
felt, fibre, fringe and tassels, furnaces, gramophones, glass, gloves, 
glue, grates and mantles, harness, horseshoes, hay presses, jewel- 
lery, lamps, lard, lasts, lathe, leather and leather goods, locomotives, 
loose leaf systems, lead pipe, mirrors and mouldings, macaroni, 
matches, office and all kinds of furniture, paints, oil cloths and oiled 
clothing, oils, paper, paper bags, pickles, printers' supplies, proprie- 
tary medicines, pins, pottery, pulleys, rubber goods of all kinds, 
roofing materials, sails, tents and awnings, scales, soap and candles, 
shoe dressings, shirts, silverware, starch, stationery, tinware, trunks 
and bags, underwear, umbrellas, varnish, vinegar, wall paper, 
watches, wire, wrenches and all kinds of tools, yeast, billiard tables, 
bolts, carriages and sleighs, horse shoe and all kinds of nails, tacks, 

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mucilage, paper boxes, telephones, all kinds of wooden ware, 
boilers, engfines and machinery of all kinds, including" sewing- 
machines and type setting machines, railway coaches and freight 
cars, ships, boats, saws, files and agricultural implements. It is the 
headquarters of the two great railway corporations, the Grand 
Trunk and the Canadian Pacific, whose works here employ several 
thousand hands in each case. Chief shipments : grain, lumber, 
cheese, butter, horses, cattle, sheep and pigs, apples, potatoes, 
machinery, phosphates, asbestos, flour, boots and shoes, coal, fish, 
hay, paper, wooden ware, cottons, spools, furs and skins, cordage, 
furniture, and various other manufactured articles. 

Montreal first began to be settled by Europeans in 1542 ; and ex- 
actly one century later the spot destined to be the city was conse- 
crated with due solemnities, commended to the " Queen of Angels," 
and called Ville- Marie ^ a name which it retained for a long period. 
In 1760 it was taken by the English. Early in the last century 
vessels of more than three hundred tons could not ascend to Mont- 
real, and its foreign trade was carried on by small brigs and barges. 
In 1809 the first steam vessel, "The Accommodation," built by the 
Hon. John Molson, made a trip to Quebec. She had berths for 
twenty passengers. Years of industry and intelligence, enterprise 
and labor have produced a mighty contrast. Ocean steamers 
drawing up to 30 feet of water, from all parts of the world, now lie 
alongside of the wharves in the harbor, which are not equalled in 
Canada in point of extent, accommodation, approach and clean- 
liness. Montreal was formerly the capital of Canada, but in April, 
1849, ^ political mob burned the Parliament Buildings and the seat 
of government was in consequence removed to Quebec, subsequently 
to Toronto and finally to Ottawa. In July, 1852, a destructive fire 
laid waste a large part of the city, burning 1,108 houses and des- 
troying property valued at $1,363,264. Montreal is noted for its 
charitable and religious institutions, some of which were founded 
nearly 250 years ago. The oldest church in the city is the Bonse- 
cours (Roman Catholic) ; it was erected in 1658, was burnt in 1764, 
but rebuilt in 1771. The city is abundantly supplied with water and 
is lighted by electricity and gas. The principal buildings are the 
City Hall, Court House, Post Office, Custom House, Board of 
Trade, Seminary of St. Sulpice, Convent of Notre Dame, General 
Hospital, Royal Victoria Hospital, Grey Nunnery, Montreal College, 
McGill University Buildings, Laval University, Presbyterian, Me- 
thodist and Congregational Colleges, Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation Building, St. Mary's College, Montreal Diocesan College, 
Academy of Music, Royal Victoria College, His Majesty's Theatre, 
Theatre Francais, Arena, Victoria Skating Rink, Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, bank buildings and armouries, etc. It has thirteen markets, 
including Bonsecours, a magnificent building with a lofty dome, 
fronting on the River. It has over eighty churches and five syna- 
gogues. Its parks and squares are numerous, the chief being 
Mount Royal Park, covering 430 acres, and affording from the 
magnificent new '* Look out" one of the finest urban views of the 
continent. Montreal is the head of ocean navigation on the St. 
Lawrence, and its shipping trade is the largest of any city in 
Canada. It is the head port of eight steamship companies, one of 
which (the Allan line) is among the largest in the world. Over 
6,000 vessels arrive annually during the season of navigation. Its 
granite docks extend nearly twelve miles up and down the river. 
Vast improvements are now in progress and when completed the 
harbor will be one of the finest in North America. Montreal has 
about two-thirds of the banking capital of Canada, no less than 
eight of its chartered banks having their head offices here. The 

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Victoria Bridg^e across the River St. Lawrence at Montreal, was 
the larg-est tubular bridg^e in the world, beings 9.184 feet in lengfth. 
It contained 24 spans of 242 feet each and one (the centre 60 feet 
above the river) of 330 feet, and it cost nearly $7,000,000. This 
bridg-e has now been replaced by a double track steel bridge laid on 
the old piers. The educational means of the city comprise the 
universities of McGill and Laval with faculties of law, arts, science, 
medicine, and veterinary science, and theolog-ical colleg-es connect- 
ed with the Methodist, Congreg-ational, Presbyterian, Church of 
Eng^land and Roman Catholic churches ; a hig-h school, normal 
school, and a number of private and public schools and several 
classical and scientific academies, also a medical coUeg-e affiliated 
to Victoria Colleg-e, Toronto, and the medical faculty of the Uni- 
versity of Bishop's Colleg-e, Lennoxville. Surrounding- towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Cote St. Paul, Cote St. 
Louis, St. Cuneg-onde, St. Henri, Maisonneuve, St. Lambert's, La- 
prairie, Longue Pointe, Cartierville, Sault au RecoUets, Long-ueuil, 
Mascouche, L'Epiphanie, Vaudreuil, Valois and Pointe Claire. 

GAZETTE, every morning- except Sunday; Gazette Printing Co., 
publishers ; Richard White, president ; established 1778 ; con- 
servative ; subscription $6.00 ; twelve to twenty-four pages, size 
17x23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 11,230* 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1775 ; subscription 50c. ; eight 
pages, size 17 x 23. 

Advt. — The Gazette is the only English moi-ning daily in Montreal, and is the 
most effective medium to reach a comtnunity by far the wealthiest in Canada. 
Although a high-priced paper. The Gazette has the largest circulation of any 
morning paper in the Province of Quebec, and is acknowledged throughout the Do- 
minion to be the best newspaper /or commercial news. It is delivered to the homes 
and ninety per cent, of its circulation goes to permanent subscribers. See Advt. 
Page 4J. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday; The Herald Publishing 
Co. (Limited), publishers ; Jas. S. Brierley, Managing Director; 
established 1808; liberal ; subscription $3.00; fourteen to twenty- 
eight pages, size 17 x 23. Circ'n 21 

WEEKLY, established 1808; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
ten to twelve pages, size 17 x 23. Circ'n 17 

Advt. — The Montreal Daily Herald is one of the striking successes of Canadian 
journalism. Established in 1808, it is the second oldest paper in Canada. Reor- 
ganized in i8g6, it now possesses a swor^t circulation second only to one Etiglish paper 
171 the great district comprising the Provinces of Quebec, Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Eastern Ontario. See Advt. Page 26. 

STAR, every evening except Sunday ; Montreal Star Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, 163-5-7-9 St. James St. ; established 1869 ; in- 
dependent ; subscription $3.00; sixteen to thirty-two pages, size 
i9>^ X 23>^'. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Mar. 31, 1907, 61,175* 

Advt. — The Montreal Daily Star is admittedly ''Canada's Greatest Newspaper." 
Its "Proven" circulation (General or Local), is greater than the combined circic- 
lation of all the other English newspapers in Montreal and three times greater 
than that of any of the others. See Advt. Pages i, 2, j. 

FAMILY HERALD AND WEEKLY STAR, weekly edition 
of Star ; established 1869 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty- 
four to thirty-two pages, size 19^ x 23)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Mar 31, 1907, 129,194* 

Ad%'t. — The Star is the only paper in Canada embodying in its advertising 
contracts its circulation figures, and giving to advertisers the right to check the 
circulation figures, and if found inconsistent with the publishers' claims, to refuse 
to pay the accounts rendered for such advei-tising. See Advt. Pages i, 2, j. 

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WITN ESS, every evening- except Sunday ; John Dougall & Son, 
; editors and publishers ; corner Craig and St. Peter Sts. ; estab- 
lished i860 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; twelve to sixteen 
pag^es, size 14^ x 19. ^ Circ'n 13^ 

WEEKLY, Tuesday ; established 1845 ; independent ; twenty- 
four pag-es, size i4>^ X 19. Circ'n 22 
Also publishes the Northei-n Messenger and IVorld Wide. 

Advt. — The IVitness, Daily and H'fekly, appeals to the intelligent ^ the moral, the 
broad minded element in the community, and has at once the support of the leading 
business and professional classes and the well-to-do family class. \Vith a constituency 
of some 200,000 readers, its influence is past estimating. See Advt. Page lofj. 

LE CANADA, every morning^ except Sunday; The Canada 
Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903; liberal; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; ten to twenty-four pag-es, size 23^ x 17. 

WEEKLY, established 1903; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve to sixteen pag-es, size 23)^ x 17. 

Advt. — The great Liberal morning French daily, the largest French morning 
paper in the Dominion. The best French medium, because it is delivered in the 
homes of the best class of French families who have money to spend. The Province 
of Quebec cannot be co^'cred without Le Canada. See Advt. Page 108. 

LAPATRIE, French, every evening except Sunday; La Patrie 
Publishing- Co., publishers. La Patrie Bldg-., corner St. Catherine 
and City Hall Ave ; established 1879 ; independent ; subscription 
$3.00 ; twelve to forty-eight pag-es, size 16 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 38,704* 

WEEKLY {formerly Le Ctdth'ateur), Saturday ; subscription 
$i.oo ; twelve to twenty-four pag-es, size 16 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 20,660* 

Advt>. — La Patrie reaches a better class of readers in the cities of Montreal and 
Quebec as ivell as in the Province than any othtr paper printed in French in Canada. 
Published e%<ery Saturday in colours. Circulatioti guaranteed by Association of 
Circulation Examiners. Circulation books opeti to all. See Advt. opposite Inside 
Back Co^'er. 

LA PR ESSE, French, every evenings except Sunday ; La Presse 
Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers ; T. Berthiaume, President, La 
Presse Bldg. ; established 1884 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; 
twelve to forty pag-es, size 16^ x 23)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 100,934* 

WEEKLY, established 1884; Saturday; subscription $1.00; sixteen 
to twenty pages, size 16)^ x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 49,992* 

Advt. — I^argest daily circulation in British North America ivithoid exception. 
Field co%<ered : Every section of Canada where French is spoken. The net circula- 
tion of La Presse exceeds by over 40,000 copies that of the largest English daily pub- 
lished in Canada and by over 35,000 copies the combined circidat ion of the eight other 
French dailies also published in the Dominion. Sworn statement and books open to 
advertisers to verify circulation claimed. See Advt. Inside Back Cover. 

CANADIAN GROCER, weekly; MacLean Publishing- Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See To7-onto. 

CHRONICLE (Insiirayice and FinanceJ, weekly; R. Wilson 
Smith, editor and publisher, St. James St. ; established i88i ; 
insurance and financial ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-two 
pages, size 8^ x 12. 

FAMILY HERALD. See Weekly Star. 

HARDWARE AND METAL MERCHANT, weekly; Mac- 
Lean Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See 
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JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FINANCE AND INSUR- 
. ANCE REVIEW, weekly ; M. S. Foley, editor and publisher ; 
established 1875 ; commercial ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; forty- 
eig"ht pag-es, size 8^ x 13. 

MCGILL OUTLOOK, weekly ; students of McGill University, 
publishers ; established 1898 ; college ; Tuesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; thirty-two pages, size iox65^. 

NORTHERN MESSENGER, weekly; John Dougall & Son, 
editors and publishers; established 1866; illustrated evangelical and 
story ; subscription 40 cents; twelve to sixteen pages, size 9)^ x 14. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 62,810* 

Also publishes Witness and IVoi-ld Wide. 

Advt. — The Northern Messenger is an illustrated story and undenominational 
religious weekly twelve to sixteen page paper, interesting alike to young and old 
and having the largest sivorft circtdation of any religious publication in Canada. It 
finds a "welcome place in every subscriber s home, because of its lively interest and 
genuine goodness and there/ore gives its advertisers splendid results. See Advt. 
Page JO. 

SHAREHOLDER, weekly ; S. B. Foote&Co., editors and pub- 
lishers, Beaver Hall Hill ; established 1878; financial; Friday ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; eighteen pag-es, size 10^ x 14^. Circ'n 2 

STANDARD, weekly; Geo. Murray Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1905 ; news and literary, illustrated sup- 
plement ; subscription $2.50 ; sixteen to twenty-four pag-es, size 
ly^ X 24. Circ'n 32)^ 

Advt. — The Standard claims the largest local circulation of any newspaper in 
Montreal except one, while it holds tmquestionably first place in regard to the 
superior quality and exclusive character of its circulation among the purchasing 
classes. The Standard is used by all leading and progressive — that is, successful — 
advertisers, who study advertising for results. See Advt. Page iii. 

TRADE BULLETIN, weekly; H. Mason, editor and publisher ; 
established 1882; produce and provision trades; Friday; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. 

TRADE REVIEW, FINANCE AND INSURANCE RECORD, 
weekly; Trade Review Publishing Co., publishers, 233 Craig St. W., 
M. Charles Foley, manager; established 1885; commercial ; Friday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; one hundred and four pages, size 9^ x 14/^. 

TRUE WITN ESS, AND CATHOLIC CHRONICLE, weekly ; 
G. P. Magann, publisher; established 1851 ; religious, Roman 
Catholic; Thursday; subscription, city and foreign $1.50, elsewhere 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 5^ 

WORLD WIDE, weekly; Jbhn Dougall & Son, publishers; 
established 1901 ; literary; Saturday; subscription $1.50; twenty 
pag-es, size 14 x 9^4^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 5,328* 

Also publishes Witness and Noi'ther?i Messenger-. 

Advt. — World Wide is a weekly reprint of articles and cartoons from the leading 
journals and reviews, reflecting the current thought of both hemispheres — sotnething 
between the ''Literary Digest " and the " New York Nation," and better than either 
for the Canadiayi reader. The only paper of its kind in Canada. See Advt. 
Page 81. 

LE MONDE ILLUSTRE, French, weekly; E. Mackay, 
editor-proprietor (in liquidation) ; established 1883 ; literary and 
family illustrated; Saturday; subscription $2.50; thirty-six pages, 
size \o% X 14. 

L'AURORE, French, weekly ; Rev. T. Lafleur, LL.D., editor ; 
Rev. C. E. Amaron, managing editor ; L'Aurore Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers; established 1866; religious, Protestant; 
Friday; subscription $1.00; sixteen pages, size 9 x 12. Circ'n % 

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LE BULLETIN, French, weekly; A. P. Pigeon, publisher; 
105-109 Ontario St. E. ; established 1903; liberal; Sunday; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; four pages, size 23^ x 17^. See Advt. Pa^e 58. 

Also publishes Le Canard. 

LE CANADIEN, French, weekly; Arthur Sauve, publisher; 
established 1906 ; conservative; Saturday ; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size \']}i x 24. 

LE CANARD, French, weekly ; A. P. Pigeon, publisher, 105- 
109 Ontario St. E. ; established 1878 ; humorous ; Saturday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 10^ x 13^. See Advt. Page 58. 

Also publishes Le Bulletifi. 

LA CROIX, French, weekly; Joseph Begin, editor and pro- 
prietor ; established 1903 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pages, size 14 x 21. 

LES DEPECHES, French, weekly; A. Viger, publisher; estab- 
lished 1907; liberal; Sunday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 

nVz X 24. 

LE MONITEUR DU COMMERCE, French, weekly ; F. D. 

Shallow & Co., editors and publishers, 43 St. Gabriel St.; established 
1880 ; commercial ; subscription $2.50 ; forty pages, size 9x11. 

LE NATIONALISTE, French, weekly; Le Compagnie de Pub- 
lication de Nationalist, publishers ; established 1904 ; nationalist ; 
Sunday; subscription $1.00 ; four to ten pages, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 6,269* 

Advt. — fVants a Canadian nation built on the autonomy of Canada -within the 
Empire, the maintenance of minority rights within the Dominion, and the enact- 
m.ent of -progressive economic and social laws. A fighter of corporate greed and 
civic corruption. Reaches the cream of readers. Founded March ist, 1^04. Circ'n 
on May Jist, igoj, was over 7,000. Likely to become a daily in the course of the 
present year. See Advt. Page 101. 

L' O PI N I O N , French, weekly ; Emile Lavigne, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1905; political (conservative) and literary; Saturday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; four pages, size 17^^ x 24. Circ'n 5 

LE PRIX COURANT, French, weekly; The Trades Publishing 
Co., publishers, 25 St. Gabriel St. ; established 1884 ; commercial; 
Friday ; subscription for the city $2.50 and for the country $2.00; 
sixty-four pages up, size 12 x 9. Circ'n 2 

Also publishes Liqueurs et Tabacs and Tissus et Nouveautes. 

LE SAM EDI, French, weekly; Poirier, Bessette & Cie, pub- 
lishers, 198 St. Lawrence Boulevard ; established 1889 ; literary ; 
illustrated; Sarturday; subscription $2.50 ; forty pages, size 10 x 14. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 18,53'7'A^ 

LA SEMAINE RELIGIEUSE, French, weekly; Rev. Canon 
G. Dauth, publisher ; Rev. Canon L. E. Cousineau, manager ; 
established 1883 ; Roman Catholic ; subscription $1.50 for Montreal, 
$i.oo outside city ; thirty-two pages, size 6x8. Circ'n 2% 

L'ARALDO DEL CANADA, Italian, weekly; L. Scanga, 
editor and proprietor ; established 1907 ; interests of Italian colony 
in Canada ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 20. 

Circ'n i^ 

L'INDIPENDENTE, Italian, weekly; L. Nobile, editor and 
proprietor ; established 1897 ; interests of Italian colony in Canada ; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. 

JEWISH STAR, published in Yiddish ; no report. 
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142 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

JEWISH TIMES, bi-weekly; Jewish Times Publishing- Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1897; Jewish; every other Friday; 
subscription $2.00 ; sixteen pag-es, size 9x12. . Circ'n % 

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE, 

semi-monthly; The Canada Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1870; farming- and g-ardening ; subscription $1.00; thirty- 
two pages, size 7>^ x 11. Circ'n 65 

Also publish same paper in French, the circulation of which is in- 
cluded in above rating. Also publish Le Canada. 

Advt. — The Journal of Agriculture and Horticulture; the official organ of the 
Council of Agriculture of the Province of Quebec ; an English edition and a 
French edition — all advertisements appearing in both ; its sphere and influence is 
unapproached by any other publication ; it affords the best medium for advertising 
the z'arious reqiciremejits for the Farm and Farm House in the Provijice of Quebec. 
See Advt. Page lOS- 

LE JOURNAL DE FRANCOISE, French, semi-monthly ; 
R. Barry, manager, 80 St. Gabriel St. ; established 1901 ; literary ; 
subscription $2.00 ; twenty four-pages, size 9x12. 

LE PASSE TEMPS, French, semi-monthly; J. E. Belair, pub- 
lisher; established 1895; musical and literary ; subscription $1.50; 
twenty-eight pages, size 10^ x 14. . Circ'n 2)4 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, monthly; MacLean 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

BUSY MAN'S MAGAZINE, monthly; MacLean Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

CANADIAN CIGAR AND TOBACCO JOU RNAL, monthly; 
H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers; Board of Trade Bldg. See Toronto. 

CANADIAN ENGINEER, monthly; Monetary Times Pub. 
Co. , publishers. See Toronto. 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FABRICS, monthly; Biggar- 
Wilson, Limited, publishers. See Toro7ito. 

CANADIAN LIFE AND RESOURCES, monthly ; Resources 
Publishing Go., Ltd., publishers; established 1903,' illustrated — 
life and resources of Canada ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 
size 10 x 14. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 12,876* 

CANADIAN MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURING 
N EWS, monthly ; McLean Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 
Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

CAN. MESSENGER OFTHE SACRED H EART, monthly; 

Society of Jesus, publishers, Rachel St., E. J. Devine, S. J., 6dit0r; 
established 1891 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; subscription 50 cents; 
sixty pages, size 6x9. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 40,745* 
Publishes also a French edition, circulation of which is included in 
above rating. 

Advt. — The Canadian Messenger is the most popular monthly magazine amongst 
the clergy. Catholic instit tit ions and families of Canada. That its publicity gives ' 
good results cannot be doubted, since some firms are continuing their advertise- 
ments for years and years in its pages. See Adit. Page IIS. 

CANADIAN MUNICIPAL JOURNAL, monthly; Can. 
Municipal Journal Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1905 ; municipal ; 
subscription $1.00 ; average forty-eight pages, size 9x12. Circ'n 3 

CAN. PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly. See 
Toronto. 

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CANADIAN PICTORIAL, monthly; Pictorial Publishing^ 
Co. , publisluM-s ; established 1906; illustrated; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty-four to thirty-two pag-es, size 9 x 13^. Circ'n 12%, 

Advt, — The Canadian Pictorial Is conceded to be the best printed publication in 
Canada. It alms to present In picture form the news of the month, and that its efforts 
are being appreciated Is best evidenced by the phenomenal growth of Its circulation 
since the Initial Issue In October, jgo6. Over 1,000 Inches of pictures are printed In 
each Issue, at a cost of oi'er $1,000 per Issue. The Canadian Pictorial ivlll carry your 
fine screen picture ad%>ts. to excellent advantage right Into Canada's most cultured 
homes, public llbarles, reading rooms and doctors' and dentists' offices. See Advt. 
Page 24. 

CLOTHIER AND HABERDASHER, monthly; H. Gagnier, 
Ltd., publishers. See y'ororito. 

COMMERCIAL GAZETTE, monthly; J.L.Wiseman, pub- 
lisher; established 1884; insurance and commerce; subscription 
$1.00; twenty-four pag-es, size ^% x 12. Circ'n 2>^ 

DRY GOODS RECORD, monthly; ¥. Abraham, publisher, 
Herald Bldg. ; John Macfarlane, editor; established 1904; dry g-oods, 
men's furnishing^s, furs, millinery, carpets, etc., etc.; subscription, 
$2.00; sixty-four pag-es, size 9x12. Circ'n 2% 

Advt, — The Dry Goods Record goes to go per cent, of the dry goods trade in 
Canada. Printed on fine coated paper, 100 lbs. to the ream. Best printed trade 
' paper In Canada. Spring atid fall numbers (January and July), S<ooo circulation. 
Also- dated at Toronto. See Advt. Page 40. 

DRY GOODS REVIEW, monthly; MacLean Publishing- Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See 7o7-onto. 

INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY AND STEAM NAVIGA- 
TION GUIDE, monthly; International Railway Publishing- Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1866; subscription $2.00; -three 
hundred and eighteen pagfes, size 6x8. Circ'n 7 

MAGAZINE OF INSURANCE AND EPITOME OF 
FINANCE, monthly ; F. D. Shallow, publisher, 107 St. James St. ; 
established 1905 ; insurance and finance ; subscription $2.00 ; 
twenty-four pag-es, size 2>% x 11. 

MONTREAL MEDICAL JOURNAL, monthly; Andrew 
MacPhail, manag-ing- editor ; Gazette Printing- Co., publishers ; 
established 1868 ; medical ; subscription $3.00 ; eig-hty to one 
, hundred and twenty pag-es, size 9^ x 6^. Circ'n 1^ 

MONTREAL PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly ; 
Henry Miles, publisher; established 1890; subscription $1.00; 
forty-eig-ht pag-es, size 10^ x 7^^. Circ'n i^ 

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE JOURNAL, monthly ; Presby- 
terian CoUeg^e, publishers ; colleg-iate ; established 1880; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eig-hty pag-es, size 7X 10. Issued only from Nov. to 
April inclusive. Circ'n j^ 

PRESBYTERIAN RECORD, monthly; Rev. Ephraim Scott, 
editor ; The Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers, Y.M.C.A. 
Bldg-; established 1876; Presbyterian; subscription 50 cents ; forty- 
^ eig-ht pag-es, size 6>^ x <)%. . Circ'n 54^ 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, monthly; MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

PROTECTOR, monthly ; Canadian Order of United Workmen, 
publishers; A. O. U. W. ; free distribution to members of order. 
Does not insert advertisements. 

PULP AND PAPER MAGAZJN E OF CAN ADA, monthly; 
■' Big-g-ar-W^ilson, Limited, publishers. See I'oronto. 

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PYTHIAN REVIEW, monthly; E. Allison Powers, publisher; 

Brotherhood. No report. 

REAL ESTATE RECORD, monthly ; The Cradock Simpson 
Co., publishers ; established 1887 ; real estate ; subscription 25 
cents; twenty-eight pag-es, size 9 x 12. Circ'n 2 

RETAIL MERCHANTS' JOURNAL, monthly; published in 
Eng-lish and French; Retail Merchants' Publishing^ Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers; established 1896 ; Retail Merchants' Asso. ; subscription 
$2.00; thirty-six pag-es; size 9 x u^. Circ'n 4^^ 

ROD AND GUN, AND MOTOR SPORTS IN CANADA, 
monthly ; W. J. Taylor, publisher. Herald Bldg^. See Woodstock, 
Ont. 

SENTINEL OF THE B. S., monthly ; established 1901. No 
report. 

WHITE RIBBON LEAFLET, monthly; Quebec Provincial 
W.C.T. U., publishers; established 1903; temperance; subscription 
25 cents; eig-ht pages, size 6x9. Circ'n ^ 

WINE AND SPIRIT JOURNAL, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., 
publishers; Board of Trade Bldg-. See Toronto. 

L' ARTISAN, French, monthly; La Societe des Artisans Canadien 
Francais, publishers ; established 1891 ; brotherhood; subscription 
50 cents ; sixteen to thirty-two pag-es ; size 6^ x 10. Circ'n 12% 

BULLETIN MENSUEL, French, monthly; Chambre de Com- 
merce Francaise de Montreal, publishers; established 1891; com- 
mercial ; subscription $2.00; sixteen pag-es, size 9x11. Circ'n 2}{ 

LA LUMO, French, monthly; A. P. Beuchemin, manag-er; estab- 
lished 1901 ; literary ; subscription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, size 
9x12. 

LA MAI SON MODERN E, French, monthly; Emile Rolland, 
publisher, 16 St. Vincent St.; established 1904; household; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; twenty-four pag-es, size 7 x 9^. 

LE MESSAGER CANADIEN DU S AC R E CCEUR, French, 

monthly ; L. Hudon, S. J., editor, Rachel St. ; established 1892 ; 
reHg-ious, Roman Catholic ; subscription 50 cents; sixty pages, 
size 6x9. 

See Can. Messenger of Sacred Heart, Montreal. 

LE PROPAGATEUR, French, monthly; La Cie. Cadieux & 
Derome, publishers, L. J. A. Derome, director ; established 1884 ; 
literary and religious ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, size 
6x9. Circ'n 4^ 

LES RAPPORTS JUDICIARES DE QUEBEC, French, 
monthly; French and English; Eugene Globensky, publisher; estab- 
lished 1892; judicial; subscription $9.00. Circ'n^ 

LAREVUECANADIENNE, French, monthly ; La Compagnie 
de Publication de la Revue Canadienne, publishers ; established 
1864 ; literary, illustrated ; subscription $3.00 ; one hundred and 
twelve pages, size 7 x 10. ' 

Advt.-~For forty-three years La Revue Canadienne has had the assistance of the 
ablest French-Canadian Authors and Writers, and its files make a complete and 
comprehensive library of Canadian Art, History, Folklore, etc. Profusely illus- 
trated. Reaches the best class of society and refined people. See Advt. Page 5/. 

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LA REVUE DU TIERS-ORDRE, French, monthly! Fraternity 
of the Third Order of Franciscans of Montreal, publishers, 964 
Dorchester St. W.; established 1883 ; Roman Catholic ; subscription 
$1.00 ; thirty-six pag-es, size 6x9. 

LA REVUE DE JURISPRUDENCE, French and English, 
monthly ; Hon. Justice de Lorimier, editor ; C. Theoret, publisher ; 
II and 13 St. James St.; established 1895; legal; subscription 
$5.00 ; forty-eig-ht pages, size 9 x 5>^. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes La Revue Legale. 

LA REVUE LEGALE, French and English, monthly; J. J. 
Beauchamp, Q.C. and L. Belanger, N. P., editors, C. Theoret, 
publisher, 11 and 13 St. James; established 1869; legal; subscription 
$5.00 ; sixty pages, size 6x9. Circ'n }i 

Also publishes La Revue de Jurisprudence. 

LESTENOGRAPHECANADIEN, French, monthly ; Jas. C. 
La Rochelle, publisher; established 1889; stenography; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, size dyi x 9. Circ'n ^ 

L'UNION MEDICALE DU CANADA, French, monthly; T. 
Valiquette, 1094 St. Hubert St., publisher; J. A. LeSage, M.D., 
editor; P.O. Box 2189; established 1872; medical; subscription 
$2.00 ; one hundred and four pages, size 6>^ x 10. Circ'n i 

LIQUEURS ET TABACS, French, monthly; The Trades 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1902 ; wines, liquors, cigars 
and tobacco ; subscription $1.00; fifty pages up, size 9x12. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Le Prix Courant and Tissus et Nouveautes. 

PU LI CITE— PUBLICITY, French, monthly; published in French 
and English, by L. J. Francois ; advertising; subscription $2.00 ; 
thirty-two pages, size 6x9. 

TISSUS ET NOUVEAUTES, French, monthly; The Trades 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1900 ; tissues and dry goods ; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixty pages, size 12x9. Circ'n i|^ 

■Also publishes Liqueurs et Tabacs and Le Prix Courant. 

CANADIAN ANTIQUARIAN AND NUMISMATIC JOUR- 
NAL, quarterly ; Committee of Numismatic and Antiquarian Society 
(R. W. McLachlan, W. D. Lighthall, Judge L. W. Sicotte and Hon. 
Justice Baby), editors and publishers ; R. W. McLachlan^ treasurer ; 
established 1872 ; numismatic and antiquarian ; subscription $2.00 ; 
eighty-four pages and cover, size 6x9. 

JOURNAL OF CAN. BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, quar- 
terly; Can. Bankers' Ass'n, publishers; established 1893; banking; 
issued free to members only. 

NOMININGUE, pop. loo, Co. Labelle, on Lake Nominingue, and 
terminus of a branch line of the C.P. Ry. from Shawbridge ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank at St. Jerome. 

LEPIONNIER (Ami du Colon), semi-weekly; J. M. Amedee 
Denault, L. L.B., publisher; established 1906; independent; Tuesday 
and Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

ORMSTOW N, pop. 925, Co. Chateauguay, a thriving village on the 
Chateauguay River, and on G. T. Ry., 47^ miles from Montreal ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : terra cotta and brick 
making, saw, grist and carding mills, sash, door and cheese factor- 
ies, etc. Chief Shipments : bricks, grain, cheese and farm produce. 
The village contains five churches, five hotels and twelve stores. 

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Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Howick, Ste. Martine, Franklin, St. Chrysostome, St. Philemon, 
Cowans, Covey Hill, Brysons and Beauharnois. 

BULLETIN, weekly; J. H. Tomson, editor and proprietor; 
established 1895; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n i 

QUEBEC, pop. 78,000, Co. Quebec, is situated on the left bank of the 
* River St. Lawrence at Point des Monts, 180 miles N.E. of Montreal, 
and 328 miles N.W. of Portland, Me., lat. (of N.E. bastion) 46° 49' 
6" N., long. 71° 13' 45 "W. Chief Industries : ship building, manufac- 
ture of iron castings, machinery, cutlery, nails, cartridges and shells, 
leather, paper, church ornaments, boots and shoes, rope, tobacco 
and cigars, steel, etc. Chief Shipments : timber is shipped by mill- 
ions of feet to all parts of the world, potatoes, cabbages and turnips 
form a large portion of its exports, while all classes of merchandise 
are shipped to every civilized country. Levis immediately opposite is 
connected by a ferry and a great many of the business men and 
clerks of Quebec reside there. Quebec is the capital of the Province 
of Quebec. In the grandeur of its site and surroundings, in the 
strength of its fortifications, in the extent and romance of its history, 
and hospitality and kindness of its citizens, Quebec stands supreme 
among the cities of America. The city has a remarkably pictu- 
resque situation between the two rivers at the north-eastern ex- 
tremity of a narrow but elevated tableland, which for about eight 
miles forms the left bank of the River St. Lawrence. Cape Diamond, 
the extremity of the tableland, is ^33 f'^et above the level of the river, 
to which it presents a nearly precipitous face ; the descent to the St. 
Charles River is more gradual. The distance from one river to the 
other is little more than a mile. Opposite Cape Diamond the St. 
Lawrence is contracted to a breadth of 1,314 yards ; but immediately 
below, at the confluence of the St. Charles, it spreads out into a 
broad and beautiful basin, more than 2,500 yards wide, forming a 
capacious and excellent harbor. The Spring tides rise and fall 18 
feet. Quebec is divided into two parts called Upper and Lower 
Towns. The Upper Town occupies the highest part of the pro- 
montory, a small part of it is surrounded with walls, and otherwise 
fortified. The ancient citadel, which crowns the summit of Cape 
Diamond, covers, with its numerous works, an area of 40 acres, and 
from its position is the strongest natural fortress in America. The 
Lower Town, which is the seat of commerce, is built around the base 
of Cape Diamond, where, in many places, the rock has been cut 
away to make room for the houses. The banks of both rivers are 
lined with warehouses and wharves, the latter jutting about 200 feet 
into the stream, and along them the water is sufficiently deep to 
admit vessels of the largest size. The city has several times suffered 
from disastrous fires, but the result has been the erection of more 
attractive buildings and a consequent improvement in the general 
appearance of the city. In the Upper Town are several squares 
and public walks commanding views unrivalled for their varied and 
picturesque appearance. In one stands a substantial monument, 
erected to the joint memory of Generals Wolfe and Montcalm, the 
English and French commanders who fell in the taking of Quebec in 
1759. It is 65 feet high. A monument 40 feet high marks the spot 
where General Wolfe fell on the Plains of Abraham ; while on St. 
Foy Road stands a monument presented by Prince Napoleon Bona- 
parte in 1855, commemorating a fierce struggle which took place 
here in 1760 between the British and French troops. The new 
Quebec Bridge, one of the largest in the world, spans the St. 
Lawrence above the city. Among the public buildings of Quebec 

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may be mentioned the new Parliament Building's ; the Roman 
. Catholic Cathedral, with a seating- capacity of 4,000 persons, and 
covering- with the university attached an area of eig-ht acres ; 
the Eng^lish Cathedral, surmounted by a lofty spire, both occupying- 
elevated positions in the Upper Town. There are twenty-three 
churches in Quebec and one synag-og-ue. The educational insti- 
tutions comprise three Roman Catholic Colleg-es, viz : Laval 
University, with faculties of arts, law and medicine ; the Grand 
Seminary and the Minor Seminary ; the Ursuline Convent, an 
extensive establishment founded in 1641 ; several nunneries ; Morrin 
Colleg-e, with seven professors ; Laval, Normal and Model schools ; 
Girls' Hig-h school ; the Quebec Hig-h school, and ^ number of private 
academies and public schools. There are in addition, a Canadian 
Institute, provided with a library and reading- room ; the Literary 
and Historical Society, the oldest chartered institution of its kind in 
Canada, having- been founded in 1824, and possessing valuable 
" Records of the Realm " in eig-hty or ninety folios, and a large 
collection of historical manuscripts ; but nearly the whole of its 
museum and a g-reat part of its library were destroyed by fire, with 
the Parliament building-s, in 1854 ; the Entomological Society, St. 
Patrick's Literary Institute, Advocates' Library, Board of Trade, 
Merchants' Exchange and the Y.M.C.A. rooms. The principal 
benevolent institutions are the Marine Hospital, the Hotel Dieu, the 
(Jeffery Hale) General Hospital, and the Lunatic Asylum at Beau- 
port. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are pub- 
lished : New Liverpool, Beauport, Isle of Orleans, Sillery, St. 
Joseph, St. Romuald, St. Nicholas, Etchemin and Charlesbourg-. 

CHRONICLE, every morning- except Sunday ; Chronicle Ptg-. 
Co., publishers; established 1764; conservative; subscription $3.00; 
eight to sixteen pag-es, size 17 x 24. Circ'n "]% 

WEEKLY (Gazette) ; established 1764 ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight to ten pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n 2j^ 

See Advt. Page 28. 

TELEGRAPH, every evening except Sunday; Frank Carrel, 
editor and publisher ; established 1874 ; independent ; subscription 
$3.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 10,404'A' 

Advt. — The Quebec Daily Telegraph is the best paper in Quebec to reach the 
buyers. It is the only evening paper that proves its circulation. What other paper 
has this shoiving? See Advt. Page gi. 

L' EVEN EM E NT, French, every evening except Sunday; La 
Cie de I'Evenement, publishers ; established 1867 ; conservative ; 
subscription $3.00 ; four to eight pages, size 17 x 21^. Circ'n 7 

WEEKLY, established 1872 ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, size 17 x 2i>^. See Advt. Page 103. Circ'n 1% 

LE SOLEIL, French, every evening except Sunday; Le Soleil 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1880 ; liberal ; subscription 
$3.00 ; eight to twenty pages, size 17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 15,320* 
WEEKLY; established 1880; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen pages, size 17 x 24. See Advt. Page 84. Circ'n 2^ 

LA GAZETTE OFFICIELLE, weekly; Government of Quebec, 
publishers ; Chas. Pageau, official printer ; Saturday ; forty to sixty 
pages, size 7x12. Does tiot insert advertisements. 

LA LIBRE PAROLE, weekly; Rene Leduc, manager and pub- 
lisher; established 1905 ; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, size 15 x 22. See Advt. Page 97. 

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148 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

LA SEMAINE COMMERCIALE, French, weekly; L. E. 
Thompson, publisher ; established 1894 ; commercial ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; thirty-six pag-es, size 8}4 x 12)^. Circ'n 2^ 

LA SEMAINE RELIGIEUSE DE QUEBEC, French, week- 
ly ; Franciscaines Missionaires, publishers ; L'Abbe V.-A. Huard, 
editor ; established 1888 ; relig-ious, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pagfes, size 6)4 x 10. 

LA VERITE, French, weekly; Paul Tardivel and Omer Heroux, 
editors and publishers ; established 1881 ; independent, literary ; 
Saturday; subscription $2.00; eig-ht pag^es, size 12 x 18. Does not 
insert advertisements, 

L'ECHO DE QUEBEC, French, tri-monthly ; G. Duval, pub- 
lisher; established 1902; Thursday; free distribution; four pag-es, 
size 13 X 19. Circ'n Yz 

DIOCESAN GAZETTE, monthly; estabhshed 1894 ; relig-ious, 
Ch. of Eng^land; subscription 25 cents ; 16 pag-es, size 9x6. 

EDUCATIONAL RECORD, monthly; published for the Edu- 
cational Department by Chronicle Printing- Co.; established 1881 ; 
educational ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pag-es, size 6x9. 

LE NATURALISTE CANADIEN, French, monthly; L'Abbe 
V.-A. Huard, editor; established 1868; scientific; subscription 
$1.00; sixteen to twenty pages, size 9x6. 

L'ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE, French, monthly; C. J. 
Mag-nan, editor and publisher; relig-ious and educational, CathoHc ; 
subscription $1.25; sixty-four pag-es, size 7 x 10^. Circ'n 7 

LES FLEURS DE LA CHARITE, French, monthly; Rev. 
A. Nunesvais, publisher; established 1896; relig-ious and educational; 
subscription 50 cents; thirty-two pages, size 9x6. 

QUYON, pop! 682, Co. Pontiac, on the Ottawa River and on the 
C.P. Ry., 35 miles W. of Ottawa. Tel., T., Ex., M.O. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw and planing mills. Chief Shipments : lumber. The town 
contains, besides its stores, etc., three churches, four hotels and 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished: Bryson, Wyman, Bristol, McKee, Chapeau and Portage 
du Fort. 

ADVANCE, weekly; W. H. Meredith, pubUsher; established 
1872; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 20. 

Circ'n % 

RECTORY HILL, a post office in Co. Megantic, in a good agricul- 
tural district. Chief Industries : mining and farming. Chief Ship- 
ments : farm products, ore and asbestos. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Thetford Mines, Inverness, 
Black Lake, East Broughton, Leeds Village, St. Ferdinand and 
Somerset. 

MEGANTIC GAZETTE, weekly; H. A. Dickson, publisher; 
established 1899; conservative; Thursday; subscription 75 cents; 
eight pages, size 17 x 23. 

Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,875* 

See Advt. Page 44. 

RICHMOND, pop. 3,300, Co. Richmond, on right bank of River St. 

* Francis, and on the G. T. Ry., 76>^ miles E. of Montreal; Tel., T., 

Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries; last factory, foundry, mining, 

saw and grist mills, sash and door factories, G. T. Ry. shops, etc. 

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Chief Shipments : shoe lasts, wooden heels and shanks, g^rain, farm 
produce, slate and asbestos. The town contains five churches, 
schools, county buildings, good stores and four hotels. A bridge 
spans the St. Francis and connects this town with Melbouine. It 
has good educational advantages : the St. Francis College, ladies' 
model school, convent, public and separate schools. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Melbourne, 
Ulverton, New Rockland, Kingsey Falls, Brompton and South 
Durham. 

GUARDIAN, weekly; W. E. Jones, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1856; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, AND RICHMOND CO. ADVOCATE, weekly; E. R. 
Smith & Son, publishers; established 1896; Friday; subscription 
$1.00; twelve pages, size 17 x 24. See St. Johns Nezus. 

See Advt. Page 16. 

TIMES, AND COUNTY RECORD, weekly; A. L. Lance and 
J. P. Smith, editors and publishers; established 1878; liberal; Friday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. , Circ'n 2 

Issue also Dayiville Times and Windsor Mills TimeSy circulations 
of which are included in above rating. 

RIMOUSKI, pop. 3,000, Co. Rimouski, on the south shore of the St. 
* Lawrence and on the I. C. R., 180 miles from Quebec. Tel., T. , 
Ex., M. O. , Bank. Chief Industries : saw and shingle mills, pulp 
and paper mills. Chief Shipments : lumber and paper. The town 
contains besides the county buildings, a Roman Catholic cathedral, 
a seminary and three convents. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Little Metis, Ste. Flavie Station, 
Bic, Matane and Grand Metis. 

LE PROGRES DU GOLFE, French, weekly; Rimouski Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; established 1904 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; six pages, size 20 j^ x 13/^. Circ'n i j^ 

See Advt, Page 38. 

LE MESSAGER de Ste-Anne de la Pointe-au-Pere, French, 
monthly ; Seminary of Rimouski, publishers ; established 1881 ; 
religious ; subscription 25 cents ; sixteen pages, size 3^ x 6. 

RIVIERE DU LO\JP, See Fraserville, 

ROBERVAL, pop. 4,500, Co. Chicoutimi, on Lake St. John, the 
terminus of Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Tel., Ex., M.O. 
Roberval is the centre of the great Lake St John Valley, with its 
great lumbering and pulp wood industries. A popular summer 
resort. 

LAC. ST. JEAN, weekly; La Cie d'lmprimerie de Roberval, 
publishers ; established 1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
$1.00 ; six pages, size 18 x 24^. Circ'n 2 

ROCK ISLAND, pop. 2,000, Co. Stanstead, is the central and busi- 
ness portion of the " Three Villages," pop. 2,000, Rock Island and 
Stanstead Plain, Que. , and Derby Line, Vt. , geographically and com- 
mercially one, on the Boston & Main Ry., 9 miles from Newport, 
Vt., and 35 miles from Sherbrooke, Que. Tel., T., Ex., M. O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : machinists' tool works, whip factory, two 
overall factories, suspender, blanket, shirt and ladies' skirts and 
petticoats factories. Chief Shipments : machinists' and blacksmiths' 
tools, whips, blankets, shirts, skirts, overalls, suspenders and 

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g-eneral farm produce. The " Three Villag^es " contain five 
churches, Methodist colleg-e, public schools, seventeen stores, four 
hotels. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Beebe Plain, Fitch Bay, Georg-eville, Barnston, Way's Mills, 
Ayer's Flat, Massawippi and Hatley. 

STANSTEAD JOURNAL, weekly; Journal Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1845 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i}4 

ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE, pop. 2,000, Co. Montmorency, on 
Quebec, Montmorency and Charlevoix Ry. , 20 miles below Quebec ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., M.O. Many relig^ious pilg-rimag-es are made to this 
place throug-hout the year. The town contains a number of good 
stores. 

ANNALES OF ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE, French and 
Eng-lish, monthly ; Redemptorist Fathers, publishers ; established 
1873 ; relig-ious, Roman Catholic ; subscription 50 cents ; fifty 
pages, size 8^ x 5^. 

ST. HYACINTHE, pop. 12,000, Co. St. Hyacinthe, on the River Ya- 

* maska and G. T. Ry. and C. P. Ry., ^S'A miles E.N.E. of Montreal ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries ; g-rist, woollen and 
carding- mills, shoe factories, knitting- mills, tanneries and foundries, 
furniture, cigar and carriagfe factories, mill machinery, etc. Chief 
Shipments : woollen gfoods, leather, carriag-es and the products of 
its factories. The city contains Roman Catholic Cathedral, Bishop's 
Palace, and two Protestant churches, colleg^e. Hotel Dieu and 
Nunnery ; is lig-hted by electric lig-ht and g-as and has g-ood water 
power. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are pub- 
lished ; Yamaska, Drummondville, Acton Vale, St. Guillaume, St. 
Ours, St. Francois, Pierreville, St. Joseph, St. Anne, Ste. Victoire, 
St. Robert, St. Roch, St. Simon, Upton, St. Liboire, St. Hug-ues, 
St. Denis, St. Pie, St. Damase, St. Cesaire, Abbotsford, St. Judes, 
St. Barnabe, La Presentation, St. Madeleine, St. Hilaire, St. Rosalie. 

L' UN ION, French, tri-weekly ; L'Imprimerie Yamaska, pub- 
lishers; D. T. Bouchard, president; established 1891; liberal; Tues- 
day, Thursday and Saturday; subscription $1.50; four pag-es, size 
21 X 15. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, established 1873; Friday ; subscription 50 cents; eight 
pages, size 15 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

LE COURRIER DE ST. HYACINTHE, French, weekly ; 
J. de L. Tache, editor and publisher; established 1852; conserva- 
tive; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 16^x23. Circ'n 2^ 

LA TRI BU N E, French, weekly; A. Denis, publisher; established 
1888; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 14 x 21. 
See Advt. Page 72. Circ'n 2^ 

L'ECHO, monthly; Societe de L'Union St. Joseph, publishers; 
established 1899; brotherhood; subscription 50 cents; four pages, 
size 15 X 21. 

ST. JEAN D'IBERVILLE, See St. Johns. 

ST. JEROME, pop. 4,650, Co. Terrebonne, on the North River, 

* 9 miles from New Glasgow, 12 miles from St. Scholastique, 12 miles 
from Ste. Therese, and 33 miles from Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries: rubber factory, paper and pulp mills, 
gfist and saw mills. Chief shipments : lumber, grain and farm 

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produce. The town contains g-ood water works and fire department: 
has an excellent peat bog- ^ of a mile in area, in its vicinity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : St. 
Therese, St. Janvier, Milles Isles, New Glasgow, St. Lin, St. 
Columbin, Ste. Adele, St. Agathe des Monts, and St. Marguerite. 

L'AVENIR DU NORD, French, weekly; Jules-Edouard Prevost, 
publisher; established 1897; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,000* 

LA NATION, French, weekly; St. Jerome Printing Co., pub- 
lishers; established 1901; conservative; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 12 x 18. Circ'n 1 

ST. JOHNS, pop. 6,300, Co. St. Johns, on Richelieu River, G. T. 
* Ry., C.P. Ry., C. V. Ry., D. & H. Ry., and Rutland Ry.; 27 miles 
S.E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
potteries and drain pipes, delf and tile works, silk mills, straw hat 
factor}', felt hat factory. Singer sewing machine factory, vinegar 
factory, flour, saw and other mills and factories. Chief Shipments: 
bricks, tiles, drain pipes, sewing machines, lumber, silks, woollen 
goods, grain and farm produce. The town contains the county build- 
ings, four churches, college, convent and hospital, high and public 
schools. A squadron of the Royal Canadian Dragoons, about 100 
strong, is situated here. The town is connected with Iberville on the 
opposite side of the Richelieu by a bridge. Its lumber, grain and 
farm produce trade is extensive. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Stanbridge, Sutton, Lacolie, 
Hemmingford and Clarenceville. 

NEWS, AND EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADVOCATE, weekly; 
E. R. Smith & Son, editors and publishers; established 1848; liberal- 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 
17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 6,400* 

Issue also Bedford Nezvs, Knozvlton Nezvs, Magog N&ivs, 
Huntingdon A^ezas and Enterfrise, Lachute Nezvs and Richmond 
NezvSy circulations of which are included in above rating. 

See Advt. Page 16. 

LE CANADA FRANCAIS, French, weekly ; G. Marchand, 
publisher; established i860 ; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
ten pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,200 

See Advt. Page 60. 

LE COURRIER, weekly; French; J. P. Dor^, editor; 
J. E. Molleur, proprietor ; established 1895 ; conservative ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 25 x 18^. Circ'n 1% 

CORTICELLI HOME NEEDLEWORK, quarterly; Cor- 
ticelli Silk Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1896; art needlework ; 
January, April, July and October ; subscription 50 cents ; one 
hundred pages, size 6% x 9^. Circ'n 10^' 

SHAWVILLE, pop. 800, Co. Pontiac, on the C. P. Ry., 46 miles 
W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
sash and door factories, roller, woollen, saw and grist mills, brick 
yards, carriag-e factories, implement and g^eneral supply depots and 
lumbering. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain and farm produce. 
The town contains five churches, three grain elevators, academy, 

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masonic and orang-e halls. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Bristol Corners, Portag-e du Fort, Lady- 
smith, Otter Lake and Campbell's Bay. 

EQUITY, weekly ; John A. Cowan, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

SHAWINIGAN FALLS, pop. 3,500, Co. St. Maurice, on St. Mau- 
rice River and Great Northern Railway, 21 miles north of Three 
Rivers. Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Banks. Chief Industries : electric 
power and aluminum, paper and pulp, manganese and carbide facp- 
, tories, planing- mills, sash and door and tar paper factories. Chief 
Shipments: electric current, aluminum, paper and pulp, mang-anese 
and carbide and wood work of all kinds. The city contains two 
churches, four schools, water works and fire department, city hall 
and market building^s and opera house. The city is lig^hted by 
electricity. The falls near the town are 165 feet hig-h, can develop 
200,000 H.P. and are reached by electric cars. Surrounding 
villag-es and towns where no papers are published : Grand' Mere, 
St. Boniface, Ste. Flore, Bale Shawinig-an and Mont Carmel. 

L'INDUSTRIEL, French, weekly ; Shawinig-an Ptgr- Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1902 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pag-es, size 16 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 410* 

SHERBROOKE, pop. 14,000, Co. Sherbrooke, on Magog- and St. 
* Francis River, G. T. Ry. , Q. C. Ry. , C. P. Ry. and B. & M. Ry. , loi miles 
from Montreal, 120 miles S.S.W. of Quebec, and 196 miles N.N.W. 
of Portland; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, 
cotton, carding, flour and saw mills, iron and brass foundries, 
machine shops, agricultural implement works, bobbin and spool, 
sash and door factories, etc. The city contains nine churches, 
two hospitals, twelve schools, fifteen hotels, about one hundred and 
twenty-five stores and the county buildings. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Lennoxville, Water- 
ville, Hatley, Robinson, Sawyerville, Marbleton, Brompton Falls, 
Huntingville, Weedon, Scotstown, Beebe Plain, and East Argus. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday ; Sherbrooke Record 
Co., publishers; established 1897; independent; subscription $2.00; 
six to eight pages, size 17^^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 7,326* 

Advt. — For six months ending April 30, igo7, the sworn average circulatioti 0/ 
the Daily Record was 7,90s, and for the month of April it was 8,043. ^«; Record is 
the only daily within 100 miles, and has the largest circulation of any daily paper in 
the world, published in a city of the sam.e poptdation, with possibly one exception. It 
is well known as " Canada's greatest small city daily." ^ee Advt. Page 33. 

LE PROGRES DE L'EST, semi-weekly, French; L. A. Belan- 
ger, editor and publisher; established 1883; liberal; Tuesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n \}( 

See Advt. Page 80. 

GAZETTE, AND EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADVERTISER, 

weekly ; Fletcher & Farwell, publishers ; established 1834 ; liberal- 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n I 

LEGAL REVIEW, weekly ; L. S. Channell & Co., publishers; 
established 1898 ; law reports; Friday; subscription $12.00 ; four 
pages. Circ'n limited to Banks and Wholesale Merchants. 

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SOREL, pop. 8,000, Co. Richelieu, on the River Richelieu, at its con- 

* fluence with Lake St. Peter, on G. T. Ry. and Quebec Southern Ry., 
45 miles from Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
engine and machine shops, tanneries, saw and g-rist mills, foundries, 
ag-ricultural implement works ; ship buildings, furniture factories, etc. 
Chief Shipments : gfrain, farm produce, leather, engines and the pro- 
ducts of its manufactories. The town contains three or four churches. 
Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : Ya- 
maska, St. Francois, Pierreville, St. Ours, St. Aime, St. Guillaume, 
St. Joseph, Ste. Victoire, St. Robert, St. Rich and Drummondville. 

LE COURRiER DE SOREL, French, weekly; Chenevert & 
Co., publishers ; established 1900 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pag"es, size 15 x 22. 

Also publish Gazette, 

LE SORELOIS, French, weekly; Richelieu Printing: Co., 
publishers, W. G. M. Morg-an, manag-er ; established 1879 ; con- 
servative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, size 24 x 18. 

Also publish Nezus. Circ'n 2^ 

GAZETTE, weekly; Chenevert & Co., publishers; established 
1900 ; liberal. Published intermittently when legal advertisements 
are to be inserted. 

NEWS, weekly ; Richelieu Printing- Co., publishers ; established 
1879 ; conservative. Published intermittently when leg-al adver- 
tisements are to be inserted. 

THREE RIVERS, pop. 12,730, Co. St. Maurice, on the St. Maurice 

* and St. Lawrence River and C.P.Ry., 72 miles S. W. of Quebec, 92 
miles N.E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
lumbering-, marble works, sash and door factory, foundries, snow- 
shoe factory, shoe, carriage and wagon factories, engine and machine 
shops, etc. Chief Shipments : cattle, grain and produce and the 
output of its manufactories. 'The city contains colleges, convents 
and schools, hospital, six churches, and is lighted by gas and elec- 
tricity. It is the centre of a fine cattle grazing country and one of 
the oldest towns in the Province. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Batiscan, St. Narcisse, Champlain, 
St. Maurice, Pointe du Lac, Yamachiche and St. Barnabe. 

LETRIFLUVIEN, French, semi-weekly ; P. V. Ayotte, editor 
and publisher; established i888; conservative; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $2.00; eight pages, size 13 x 21. Circ'n i 

WEEKLY, French; established 1886; conservative; Thursday; 
- subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 13 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

VALLEYFIELD, pop. 10,500, Co. Beauharnois, near the head of 
Beauharnois Canal, on G. T. Ry. and N. Y. C. Ry., 35 miles from 
Montreal, 85 miles from Ottawa, and 6 miles from Coteau Landing ; 
Tel.,'T. , Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : cotton and grist 
mills, machine shops, sash and door factories, canning factories, etc. 
Chief Shipments: cotton, canned goods, grain and farm produce. 
The Montreal Cotton Co. employs over 2,800 people, and its payroll 
in Valleyfield averages over $70,000 a month. The town contains 
the county buildings, a cathedral, five churches, a convent, college 
and academy, high school, ten hotels and about sixty stores. 
Lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Beauharnois, St. Timothee, St. Louis de 
Gonzague, St. Stanislas, Chateauguay, Coteau and St. Stanislas de 
Kostka. 

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LE COURRIER, French, weekly; Georg-e Leduc, publisher; 
established 1907; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pa§fes, size 15 x 22. Circ'n j4 

LE PROG RES, French, weekly; C. T. Verner, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six 
pages, size 18 x 24. See Advt. Page 87. Circ'n i 

VICTORIAVILLE, pop. 3,000, Co. Arthabaska, on Nicolet River, 
G. T. Ry., 36 miles S.E. of Three Rivers and 60 miles S.W. of 
Quebec, the capital of the Province. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : furniture, chair, iron bedstead, cheese and cheese 
box factories, saw, planing- aud grist mills, and clothing- manufactur- 
ing-. Chief Shipments : g-rain, lumber and farm produce. The town 
contains three churches and two schools, the county building-s, 
court house, g-aol, convent, monastery and college. Surrounding- 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published: Aston, Becan- 
cour, St. Greg-oire, Gentilly, St. Monique, Warwick, Danville, 
Plessissville and Tingwick. 

L'ECHO DES BOIS-FRANCS, French, weekly; Auguste 
Bourbeau, publisher ; established 1893 ; conservative ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

WATERLOO, pop. 1,797, Co. Sheflford, on the C.V.Ry. and C.P.Ry., 
* 60 miles from Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries ; foundry, furniture factory, carriag^e factories, knitting- factory, 
grist and saw mills. Chief Shipments, grain, lumber and farm pro- 
duce. The town contains five churches, four hotels and about 
twenty-five stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : West Shefford, Actonvale, Warden, Bonsecour, South 
Stukely, Eastman, Fulford, Roxton Falls and Roxton Pond. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Charles H. Parmelee, editor and 
publisher ; established 1855 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pag-es, size 20 x 26. ' Circ'n ij5^ 

JOURNAL DE WATERLOO, French, weekly; J. A. Chagnon, 
editor and publisher; established 1882; conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n yi 

See Advt. Page 36. 

WESTMOUNT, pop. ii,ooo, adjoins the city of Montreal at its 
western boundary ; assessed value $16,000,000. Westmount is 
a town of homes. It occupies an ideal site on a plateau and com- 
mands a charming- outlook. Westmount has natural drainag-e, un- 
excelled facilities for sports of all kinds, and a splendid electric car 
service bring-s the people in close touch with the city. 

OBSERVER, weekly; Westmount Observer Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1898 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
50 cents ; four pag-es, size 26 x 20. Circ'n ^4' 

WINDSOR MILLS, pop. 2,700, Co. Richmond, on the River St. 
Francis and on the G. T. R., 86^ miles S. E. of Montreal, 14 miles 
north of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
a larg-e paper mill, a powder factory, grist and saw mills. Chief 
Shipments : g:rain, lumber, powder and paper. The town contains 
besides its mills and stores, etc., four churches, and has unrivalled 
water power privileg-es. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published ; King-sbury and Bromptonville. 

TIMES, weekly; A. L. Lance and J. P. Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers ; established 1878 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pages, size 15 x 22. See Richmond Times. 

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PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



In bare outline of fact New Brunswick may be described as the larg^est 
of the Maritime Provinces ; as a stretch of country covering- an area of 
27,985 square miles and having a population estimated at something more 
than 350,000. But New Brunswick is more than that. It is a Province 
with mile on mile of valuable timber limits, extensive stretches of arable 
land, a number of mineral deposits, wonderful wealth of fisheries and a 
progressive people who are realizing- more and more fully the possibilities 
of this part of the Dominion. Lumbering and fishing are the two g-reat 
industries of the Province. Thousands of men find employment in various 
branches of the lumber industry. Upwards of 170,000,000 feet of lumber — 
exclusive of laths, etc. — are sent out from the mills of the St. John River 
annually, and great quantities are exported from the North Shore ports as 
well. In 1905 the provincial fisheries employed 19,406 people, of whom 
12,937 followed fishing in boats ; 348 vessels and 7,600 fishing boats were 
in use, and the value of the fisheries amounted to $4,847,090. Farming is, 
of course, another very important branch of the people's activity. Each 
year sees new lands available for the farmer and the adoption of more 
advanced ag-ricultural methods. Deposits of coal, iron, copper, g-old, 
galena, albertite, etc., have been found in different sections. Petroleum 
has also been found in Westmoreland County. Some of the coal mines, 
especially those of Queens County, have been declared to be very valuable 
properties. New Brunswick has a number of splendid rivers, chief among- 
them the St, John — sometimes styled the Rhine of America. It is a 
beautiful scenic river 500 miles or so in length and navig-able for over 200 
miles. Other rivers which may be mentioned are the Miramich the 
Nepisiguit, and the Restig-ouche. During- the school year 1905- 1906 there 
were, roug-hly speaking-, 1800 public schools in New Brunswick. The 
teachers numbered about 1880, and the pupils over 66,600. At the 
Normal School the enrollment was 288. New Brunswick is the home of 
three Universities — the University of Mount Allison at Sackville, the 
University of St. Joseph's at Memramcook and the University of New 
Brunswick at Fredericton. Fredericton is the Provincial Capital, and is 
the seat of the Normal School as well as of the University of New Bruns- 
wick. At Ottawa the Province is represented by nine Senators and 
thirteen Commoners. The Provincial Leg-islature is made up of 46 mem- 
bers. There are three cities in the province — St. John, Fredericton and 
Moncton — and many towns and villag-es. 

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CAMPBELLTON, pop. 4,000, Co. Restigouche, on the Restigouche 
* River and I. C. Ry., 12 miles from Dalhousie ; Tel., Ex., M. O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, saw, shingle and grist mills, 
machine shop and fisheries, sash and door factories. Chief Ship- 
ments : lumber, salmon, etc. The town contains five churches, two 
public schools, convent and Hotel-Dieu, good water works and is 
lighted by electric light. Surrounding towns and villages wh^re no 
papers are published : Metapedia, Shannonvale, Dalhousie, Dal- 
housie Junction, Avignon, Broadlands, Dee Side, Moffats and Flat 
Lands. 

TRIBUNE, tri-weekly; Chas. S. O. Crocket, publisher; estab- 
lished 1905 ; independent ; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 15^ x 22^. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 77. 

EVENTS, weekly ; Anslow Bros., publishers ; established 1893 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
17^ X 22. Circ'n i 

Also publish Nezvcastle Union Advocate. 

CHATHAM, pop. 5,000, Co. Northumberland, on the Miramichi 
River and I. C. Ry., 5 miles from Newcastle ; Tel., T. , Ex., M. O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : engine, boiler and machine works, 
foundries, fishing, sash, door and carriage factories, saw, shingle, 
planing and pulp mills. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber, fish and 
pulp. The town contains five churches, public schools, hospital, 
masonic and temperance halls, etc. Its streets are lighted with 
electricity. The harbor accommodates vessels of the largest 
tonnage, and lumber is shipped by the million feet. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Douglastown, 
Black Brook, Nelson, Baie du Vin, Bartibogue, Neguac and 
Tracadie. 

WORLD, semi- weekly ; J. L. Stewart, editor and publisher; 
established 1882; conservative; Wednesday and Saturday; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; four pages, size 17 j^ x 24. Circ'n % 

WEEKLY, established 1882; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, size 20 x 27. Circ'n i 

COMMERCIAL, weekly; J. Fred Benson, editor and publisher ; 
established 1898; liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,427"^ 

See Advt. Page 93. 

EDMUNDSTON, pop. 1,500, Co. Madawaska, on St. John and 

* Madawaska Rivers, Edmundston Section of Atlantic Div. C. P. Ry., 
and Temiscouata Ry. ; 112 miles from Woodstock; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering and agriculture. Chief Ship- 
ments : potatoes, starch, fruit and live stock. The town has several 
stores, hotels, three churches, public school, private school, convent, 
town hall and opera house. 

TIMES-GAZETTE, bi-weekly; McMartin & Jones, publishers; 
established 1903; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

FREDERICTON, pop. 7,200, Co. York, on the left bank of St. John 

* River, and on the Intercolonial Ry. and C. P. Ry., 90 miles N. of 
St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : canneries, 
tanneries, broom, boot and shoe, wooden ware and other factories, 
foundry and machine shops. Chief Shipments: lumber, grain, canned 

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g-oods, leather, boots and shoes and fishing- supplies. The town 
contains eight churches, private, public and provincial normal schools, 
city hall, university. Provincial Government buildings, military school, 
hospital, etc. It has fine streets, lighted with electricity and gas, 
water works and fire department, and has good steamboat 
connections. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Marysville, St. Mary's, Gibson, Oromocto and Stanley. 

GLEANER, every evening except Sunday; The Gleaner, Ltd., 
publishers, Jas. H. Crocket, managing director; established 1890; 
independent; subscription $5.00; eight pages up, size 15^ x 23. 

Circ'n 2 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1882 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size i^}4 x 23. Circ'n 5 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday ; Herald Printing and 
Pub. Co., publishers; W. K. C. Parlee, manager; established 1895; 
liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1889 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 70. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly ; R. W. L. Tibbetts, editor ; official 
. announcements of the provincial government ; Wednesday ; six 
pages, size 9^ x 13^^. Inserts only Government advertisements . 

BUTLER' SJOURNAL, monthly; Martin Butler, editor and 
publisher ; established 1891 ; social-democratic ; first Saturday in 
each month ; subscription 35 cents; eight pages, size ii|^ x 15^. 

CAPITAL, monthly ; H. A. Cropley, publisher ; established 1897; 
conservative ; subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, size 13 x 10. 

NORMAL LIGHT, monthly during collegiate year; students 
of the Normal School, editors and publishers ; established 1890 ; 
subscription 25 cents ; eight pages, size 12 x 8. 

UNIVERSITY MONTHLY, monthly during the collegiate 
year ; students of University of New Brunswick, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1882; collegiate; subscription $1.00; forty-four pages, size 7X 10. 

HARTLAND, pop. 1,250, Co. Carleton, on the St. John River and on 
the C.P.Ry., 13 miles from Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O. Chief 
Industries : boot and shoe and broom handle factories, two tanneries, 
four saw and three grist mills, and granite cutting and polishing 
works. Chief Shipments : boots and shoes, lumber, hay, oats, grain, 
potatoes, pork, etc. The town contains, besides its stores, six 
churches, four hotels, a fine water supply and fire department. 

CHAT, weekly; Chat Publishing Co., publishers, Geo. S. Mac- 
Lachlin, manager; established 1905; independent; Friday; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; eight pages, size 10 x I3/^* Circ'n i 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST, semi-monthly; Chat Publishing Co., 
publishers, Rev. C. H. Orser and Rev. D. E. Brooks, editors ; 
established 1907 ; religious, Baptist ; subscription 50 cents ; eight 
pages, size 10 x 13/^. 

HILLSBORO, pop. 1,200, Co. Albert, on the Petitcodiac River and 
S. & H. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex. M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: plaster 
mills, wood working factory, carriage factory, flour mills, lumbering, 
farming and railway machine shop. Chief Shipments: lumber and 
plaster. The town contains, besides stores, four churches, public 
school and library, music hall, custom house and three hotels. 

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Extensive gypsum mines, having- an annual output of 120,000 tons, 
are worked in the neighbourhood. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published: Hopewell, Cape, Albert Mines, 
Albert, Harvey, Waterside, Alma, Elgin and Riverside. 

ALBERT JOURNAL, weekly; W. M. Burns, publisher; estab- 
lished 1902; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

MONCTON, pop. 11,000, Co. Westmorland, on the Petitcodiac River 
and I. C, Ry. , and the M. & B. Ry., 89 miles from St. John, 180 from 
Halifax, 490 from Quebec; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Head of 
navigation of the Bay of Fundy. Chief Industries : cotton, woollen, 
flour and feed, saw, planing and shingle mills, clothing, wire fencing, 
biscuit and barrel factories, engine and boiler works, wood working, 
wire fence, carriage and hardware factories, and largest stove 
foundry in the Maritime Provinces. Chief Shipments : lumber, fish, 
hay, cotton, stoves, railway ties, telegraph poles, finished woods, 
flour and feed, etc. The city contains the headquarters of the I.C. 
and M. & B. Rys. , the former having extensive shops here. It is 
also the objective point of the Temiscouata extension of the G. T. R. 
and the eastern terminus of the proposed Grand Trunk Pacific. 
The annual wages paid in cash amount to $1,750,000. Moncton is 
a port of entry, and the river is navigable for all vessels at high tide. 
It has eleven churches and three large central schools with a total 
of 1,800 pupils. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Salisbury, Havelock, Elgin, Buctouche, Petitcodiac, 
HopeAvell and Memramcook. 

TIMES, every morning except Sunday; Times Printing Co., 
publishers; established 1877; conservative; subscription $4.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17^ x 22^. Circ'n i^' 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1901, succeeding weekly established 
1868; conservative; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 17^ x 22j^. Circ'n 2 

TRANSCRIPT, every evening except Sunday; John T. Hawke, 
editor and publisher ; established 1882; liberal; subscription* $4.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17^ x 22)^. Circ'n 2^ 

WEEKLY, established 1882; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, size 17^ x 22^. Circ'n 2]^ 

See Advt. Page 104. 

L'EVANGELINE, weekly; V. A. Landry, editor and publisher; 
established 1887; liberal; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 
20 X 27. Circ'n 2j^ 

NEWCASTLE, pop. 3,500, Co. Northumberland, on the Miramichi 
* River and I.C. Ry., 167 miles from St. John, 264 miles from Halifax; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering and fish- 
ing, saw and grist mills and furniture factory. Chief Shipments : 
fish, furniture, wood, lumber, etc. The town contains five churches 
and five public schools, it is lighted by electricity and has sewage 
and water systems and does a large trade in lumber to England. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Nelson, Bridgetown, Burnt Church, Douglastown, Millerton, Lower 
Newcastle, Indiantown, Big Hole and Bartibogue. 

NORTH SHORE LEADER, weekly; G. F.. McWiUiam, pub- 
lisher, J. S. Macdonald, editor ; established 1906 ; independent ; 
Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size \^% x 22. Circ'n i 

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UNION ADVOCATE, weekly; Anslow Bros., publishers; 
Henry Harvey Stuart, editor and manag-er ; established 1867 ; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht pag^es, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Camfbellton Events. 

LA JUSTICE, French, weekly; D. T. Robechaud, editor and 
publisher; established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

PERTH--AN DOVER, pop. 800, Co. Victoria. Perth and Andover 
on the C. P. Ry., are geog-raphically and commercially one ; Tel., 
Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries: lumbering- and farming-. 
Entry to one of the most famous hunting and fishing districts in 
the world. The village has, besides stores, six churches, two 
schools, five hotels and water supply. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Plaster Rock, Arthurette, Grand Falls, 
Red Rapids and Kilburn. 

VICTORIA COUNTY NEWS, weekly; J. W. Correll, pub- 
lisher ; established 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
75 cents ; four pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 789* 

See Adx't. Page 103. 

RICHIBUC T O, pop. 2,000, Co. Kent, on the Richibucto River and 

* K. N. Ry., 12 miles from Weldford, 37 miles from Moncton ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O. Chief Industries : ship buildings, lumbering, fishing and 
farming. Chief Shipments : lumber, fish, grain, etc. The town 
contains four churches and a public school. Surrounding- towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Renton, Buctouche, St. 
Louis, Kent Junction, Motus River, Rogerville and Weldford. 

REVIEW, weekly ; Review Publishing Co., publishers; A. E. 
Pearson, editor ; established 1889; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page no. 

ST- ANDREWS, pop. 1,500, Co. Charlotte, on the Passamaquoddy 

* Bav and East side of Ste. Croix River, on the C. P. Ry. and 
N.'B. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : fishing- 
and farming-. Chief Shipments : lumber, fish, fishing- supplies and 
farm produce. The town contains five churches and three public 
schools. It is a popular summer resort wWh. daily steamboat con- 
nections with St. Stephen and all points in Maine. Surrounding- 
villag-es where no papers are published : St. Georg-e, Deer Island, 
Campobello, Calais, Bonny River, Wavveig, Bartlett and Grand 
Manan. 

BEACON, weekly ; R. E. Armstrong, editor and publisher; 
established 1889; ind. -liberal ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
four pag-es, size 20 x 26. Circ'n i^^ 

See. Advt. Page 97. 

SAINT JOHN, pop. 50,000, Co. St. John, is pleasantly situated at 

* mouth of the St. John River on a rocky peninsula projecting into the 
harbor, 190 miles N. W. of Halifax and 483 miles E. of Montreal ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, grist, cotton 
and woollen mills, foundries, boiler and eng-ine shops, shoe factories, 
wooden ware and tool factories, tanneries, carriagfe, soap, candle 
and box factories, furniture factories, ship building- and fishing. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, fish and the various products of its 
manufactories. The city contains forty churches, high, public and 

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private schools and business coUeg-es, a larg-e number of relig-ious 
and charitable institutions and societies, two large and several 
smaller hospitals, asylum, free public library, large exhibition build- 
ing^s and g-rounds, immig-ration building^s, public market building 
costing $130,000, two large grain elevators, extensive wharves and 
warehouses and coal receiving depots, eleven banks and branches, 
and a flourishing Board of Trade, electric street railway, large 
numbers of hotels, etc. The harbor of St. John is capacious, safe and 
never obstructed by ice. Its entrance — two miles south of the city 
— is protected by islands, on which are quarantine hospital and a 
lighthouse. The ordinary rise of tide is 21 feet at low water. The • 
waters of the harbour at high tide are 12 feet higher than those 
of the river, hence the phenomena of a fall outwards and inwards 
at every tide. St. John is the distributing point of a wide extent 
of country abounding in agricultural resources, minerals and valuable 
timber. Its admirable position at the mouth of one of the largest 
rivers in America, with a harbor open during the entire year, and 
regular steamboat connections with all parts of the province and 
of the United States, and with a system of railroads running in all 
directions, with extensive maritime and manufacturing interests, 
insure its rank as a city of great commercial wealth and importance. 
It is lighted with electricity and gas, and is well supplied with water 
from a lake four miles in the rear of the city. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Fairville, Musquash, 
Northam, Bloomfield, Kingston, Welsford, Sutton and Willow Grove. 

GLOBE, every evening except Sunday ; John V. Ellis, editor; 
St. John Globe Publishing Co., Ltd., (Richard O'Brien, managing 
director), publishers ; established 1858 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; 
eight to twelve pages, size 17 x 23. Circ'n 4 

WEEKLY, established 1861 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 17 x 23. Circ'n }^ 

SUN, every morning except Sunday ; Sun Printing Co., Ltd., 
publishers, John P. Patterson, manager ; established 1878 ; inde- 
pendent-liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; eight to twelve pages, size 

17 X 23>^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 4,815'Ar 
WEEKLY {Nezi's), established 1878 ; Friday ; subscription 75 
cents ; twelve pages, size 17 x 23)^. Circ'n 4 

STAR, (evening edition of Sun) every evening except Sunday; 
established 1900 ; independent-liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17 x 23^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 6,388"^ 

TELEGRAPH, every morning except Sunday ; Telegraph 
Pub. Co. of St. John, publishers ; established 1869 ; indepen- 
dent; subscription $5.00; eight to twenty-four pages, size 17x24. 

Circ'n 7^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1862 ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n 5 

Advt. — The Daily Telegiaph is the only two cent morning paj>er in New Bruns- 
wick. It never cuts advertising or subscription rates. It carries more first class 
advertising than any other paper in the Maritime Provinces. It reaches a desirable 
class of readers and thoroughly covers the Province. See Advt. Pages 112 and iij. 

TIMES, every evening except Sunday ; St. John Times Printing 
and Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1904 ; indepen- 
dent ; subscription $3.00 ; eight to twelve pages, size 17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 7,435* 

Advt.— The Evening Times is the home paper of St. John. It employs more 
carriers than its two evening contemporaries combined. A flat rate paper, one price 
to all. " Stay if it pays." See Advt. Pages 112 and iij. 

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MARITIME BAPTIST, weekly; Maritime Baptist Publishing 
Co., publishers, E. M. Sipprell, manag-ing director ; established 
1838 ; relig-ious. Baptist ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; six- 
teen pages, size 11^ x 16. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 6,137 

See Advt. Page 83. 

MONITOR, weekly; T. O'Brien, publisher ; established 1899; 
liberal ; Saturday; subscription $1.00 ; 8 pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n i 

NEW FREEMAN, weekly; New Freeman Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1903 ; independent, Roman Catholic; Satur- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15^ x 22. Circ'n 2]/^ 

EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, monthly; Geo. U. Hay, D. Sc, 
editor and publisher; established 1887; educational; subscription 
$1.00 ; twenty-eight to thirty-two pages, size 11)4^ x 9^^. Circ'n i^ 

ACADIENSIS, quarterly; D. R. Jack, publisher; established 
1900 ; literary, illustrated ; subscription $1.50 ; ninety-six pages and 
upward, size '0%. x 8^. 

ST. STEPHEN, pop. 2,840, Co. Charlotte, at the head of navigation 
on the Ste. Croix River, and the S.W. terminus of the N.B. & Shore 
Line Ry., opposite Calais, Maine, and 85 miles from St. John; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : cotton mills, lumbering, soap 
and confectionery factories and farming. Chief Shipments : cotton, 
lumber, soap, confectionery and grain. The town contains five 
churches, nine public schools, and has good steamboat connection 
with surrounding ports. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Milltown, Upper Mills, Oak Bay, St. George, 
Moore's Mills, The Ledge, Campobello and Grand Manan. 

COURIER, weekly; Geo. J. Clark, editor, St. Croix Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers; established 1865; conservative; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight to twelve pages, size 16 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,627"*" 

See Advt. Page 98. 

SACK VILLE, pop. 4,000, Co. Westmoreland, on the I.C. Ry., 9 miles 
S.E. of Dorchester, the county seat, 35 miles S.E. of Moncton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : stove foundries, 
wood-working factory, lumbering, etc. Chief Shipments : lumber, 
beef and hay, to West Indies and elsewhere. The town contains five 
churches. Mount Allison Wesleyan College, public schools, etc. 
Sackville is a port of entry. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Rockport, Woodpoint, Baie Verte, Point 
de Bute, Cape Tormentine, Melrose, Port Elgin, Fort Lawrence, 
Bayfield and Memramcook. 

POST, semi-weekly; Post Printing Co., publishers; established 
1869; independent-conservative ; Tuesday and Friday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 20. See Adx>t. Page 88. Circ'n i^ 

TRI BU N E, semi-weekly; Tribune Printing Co., Ltd., publishers, 
C. C. Avard, manager; established 1902; independent-liberal; Mon- 
day and Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 18 x 22^. 

Circ'n i 

ARGOSY, monthly; Euhretorian Soc'y of Mt. Allison College, 
editors and publishers ; established 1875 5 college, issued Oct. to 
May ; subscription $1,00; fifty pages or more, size 7x10. 

ALLESONIA, bi-monthly; Eclectic Society of Mt. Allison 
Ladies' College, editors and publishers ; established 1904 ; college, 
issued October to May ; subscription 75 cents ; forty pages or more, 
size 7 X 10. 

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SH EDI AC I pop. 1,450, Co. Westmoreland, terminus of the P.E.I, and 
Canadian line of steamers, 15 miles from Moncton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: saw and flour mills, boot and shoe 
factories, etc. Chief Shipments : lumber, flour, g'rain, boots and 
shoes. The town contains five churches, two public schools, and a 
tolerable harbor. Surrounding* towns and villagfes where no papers 
are published : Dorchester, Rockland, Canaan and King-ston. 

LE MONITEUR ACADIEN, French, weekly; Ferdinand 
Robidoux, editor and publisher; established 1867; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pagres, size 13^ x 20. Circ'n ^ 

SUSSEX, pop. 2,200, Co. King-s, on the I.e. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering- and farming-, refrig-erator, 
tinware, and wood-working- machinery works, paper box makings, 
cannings, pork packing-, farm implement factories and furniture and 
carriag-e works. Chief Shipments : lumber, g-rain, farm and dairy 
produce and products of factories. The town contains nine churches, 
two public schools, provincial dairy school, provincial militia drill 
grounds and county exhibition building-s. Surrounding towns and 
villag^es where no papers are published : Norton, Hampton, Rothe- 
say, Chipman, Waterford, Petitcodiac, Elg^in and Havelock. 

KINGS COUNTY RECORD, weekly ; Maritime Publishing 
Co., publishers, J. D. McKenna, editor ; established 1887 ; indepen- 
dent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten pag-es, size 15^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 2,166^ 

See Advt. Page 61. 

MARITIME FARMER, AND CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY- 
MAN, semi-monthly ; R. D. Robinson, publishers, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1896; agricultural; subscription $1.00; thirty pages, 
size io>^ X \z/z' 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 3,760'A' 

See Advt. Page 62. 

WOODSTOCK, pop. 4,000, Co. Carleton, on the St. John River 
* and Meduxuakik River, and pn the C.P. Ry., 150 miles from St. 
John; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : foundries, tan- 
neries, furniture, larrigan, sash and door factories, machine shops, 
carriage factory, pork packing, creamery, grist, saw, shingle and 
flour mills. Chief Shipments : grain, leather, lumber, farm products, 
fresh fruit and the various products of its manufactories. The town 
contains, besides its stores, etc., nine churches, schools, town hall, 
water works and sewers. It is the centre of one of the most 
picturesque and prosperous agricultural sections of New Brunswick, 
the surrounding country presenting a pleasing variety of landscape, 
with an abundance of large orchards of apple and plum trees. The 
town has good water works and fire department and is lighted by 
electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no pape«s are 
published : Florenceville, DeBec, Bath, Bristol, Centreville, Rich- 
mond Corner, Benton, Meductic, Avondale, Waterville and Lakeville. 

CARLETON SENTINEL, weekly; Carleton Sentinel Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; N. Foster Thorne, managing director ; 
established 1847 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 22 X 15^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,022-^: 

See Advt. Page 38. 

DISPATCH, weekly; Chas. Appleby, editor and publisher; 
established 1894; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 13^ x 20>^. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,850 

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PRESS, weekly ; Press Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; J. P. 
Malaney, editor and manager; established r88o ; conservative; 
Monday ; subscription $'i.oo; eight pages, size 15^ x 22. Circ'n ij^ 

See Advt. Page 42. 

KING'S HIGHWAY, semi-monthly; Reformed Baptist Church, 
publishers, Rev. S. A. Baker, editor; established 1891 ; religious. 
Reformed Baptist ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages. 

Does not insert advertisement s . 



Frankness inspires confidence. People simply can't 
resist a sane man who is frank enough and brave enough to 
tell the truth when a lie would seem to be better for his own 
interests. When an advertiser once sweeps away all false 
notions of deception and exaggeration his business begins to 
take root in public confidence and growth is as natural as a 
healthy plant in proper soil. 

Jed Scarboro. 

No matter how novel your type' trick, or word juggling, 
your ad. won't pull unless you say something. 



It's easy enough to start a paper. But to start it right 
and keep it right is a man's job. 



An idea means something only to him who has the 
courage to put the idea into execution. 



Mahomet said, " Trust in God, but tie your camel." 



Every firm should have one member who has an analy- 
tical mind. Like a physician, he looks after the health of the 
business. He looks for leaks and evidences of dry-rot. 
While the other members of the firm are increasing the 
income, he is diminishing the outgo. He is the balance 
wheel of the business machine — the governor of enthusiasm. 

Star Monthly Solicitor, 



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to sacrifice it for * * swell ' ' illustrations or fancy type. Cast- 
ing brightly painted flies is sporty fishing, but the most fish 
are caught with fat, juicy worms. 

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PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



The Province of Nova Scotia — called in its early days Acadia, and 
embracing- under that term the territory of the present Province of New 
Brunswick — is bounded on the north and west by the Gulf of St. 
Lawrence, Strait of Northumberland and Bay of Fundy, and on the east 
and south by the Atlantic Ocean. Only a narrow neck of land separates 
the waters of the Bay of Fundy from the Strait of Northumberland. 
Standing- out in the Atlantic, and commanding", in a commercial sense, the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence, the province is destined to be the g-reat maritime 
force of the American continent. Each and every county in the whole 
province reaches the sea, and possesses one or more harbours ; and the 
position of the province in this respect is unique in the g^eog^raphy of the 
world. The land area of Nova Scotia is 20,550 square miles, the internal 
water area 50 square miles, and the population in 1901 was 459,574. It has 
18 counties, three cities, 25 incorporated towns and about 850 villag-es. The 
future maritime pre-eminence of Nova Scotia is not only indicated by its 
position on the sea, and by the natural tendencies of the population, but by 
the immense beds of excellent coal and larg-e bodies of iron ore found 
side by side in the same counties, and eminently suited for ship building- 
purposes. The output of Nova Scotia coal increased from 1,373,666 longf 
tons in 1886 to over 5,866,000 in 1906, and valued at about $11,700,000 
at the mines. The output of 1906 was 800,000 tons more than that of 1905, 
and the demand for it in Quebec and other provinces is steadily increasing. 
The coal mines g"ive employment to 12,100 men. During 1906 the quan- 
tity of g-old mined in the province amounted to 15,000 oz., worth $300,000. 
The product of the iron mines is also larg-e, while the province is rich 
in g-ypsum, copper, building- stone, and other minerals as yet but partially 
developed. The value of the fisheries averagfes $8,000,000, and the annual 
value of farm produce is estimated at $16,000,000. Among other products 
of the field. Nova Scotia has become famous for her apples, which are in 
g-reat demand in Eng-land for their exceptionally fine flavour. In the last 
ew years the production of apples has rang-ed from 400,000 barrels to 
600,000 barrels; the value of the exports to Eng-land in 1903 netted the 
g-rowers $1,000,000, and new areas are each year being- planted. The 
foreig-n imports for 1903 were $13,481,917, and the exports $17,016,554. 
In 1906 Nova Scotia had 2,446 schools with 100,332 pupils. The province 
has five universities, a provincial normal school, an academy for the deaf, 
dumb and blind — the first in any British colony — a school of minings, horti- 
culture and ag^riculture, and 18 county academies, besides hig-h schools. 
Nova Scotia sends to the House of Commons 19 members, and to the 
Upper House 10 senators ; its local leg-islature has 38 members in the 
Assembly and 21 in the Leg-islative Council. Capital, Halifax. 

For statistics and other information regarding the neivspa^ers of 
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AMHERST, pop. 7,000, Co. Cumberland, on the I.C.Ry., 138 miles 

* N.W.of Halifax, and 137 miles E. of St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Surrounded by larg^e farming- district, and headquarters for 
large lumber industries. Chief Industries : Rhodes, Curry & Co., 
Ltd. car works and factories, Robb's engine and boiler works, 
foundries, machine shops, saw, planing, woollen and tweed mills, 
boot and shoe, coffin, carriage and trunk factories. Chief Shipments : 
cars, engines, boilers, stoves, furnaces, live stock, hay, cloths and 
tweeds, boots and shoes, trunks and lumber. The town contains five 
churches, and good public schools. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Joggins' Mines, Pugwash, Wallace, 
Southampton, Athol, Chignecto Mines, River Hebert, Mundie, 
Maccan, Leicester, Fort Lawrence, Westmoreland Point, Louisville, 
Amherst Shore, Northpoint, Linden, Port Howe, Hastings, Shulee, 
Sand River, Apple River, Lunnanville, Dorchester and Port Elgin. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday; J. H. Froggatt, editor 
and proprietor ; established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15^ x 20. Circ'n i 

SEMI-WEEKLY, {Neujs and Sentinel) established 1867; Tues- 
day and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15^ x 22. 

See Advt. Page 92. Circ'n \'% 

TELEGRAM, every evening except Sunday; the Black P't'g- Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Claude de L. Black, editor; established 1903; con- 
servative; subscription $3.00; eight pag-es, size 15^ x 23. Circ'n i 

SEMI-WEEKLY (^»z/t^rs/f 6^a^^^/^), established 1866; Tuesdays 
and Fridays; subscription $i.oo^eig-ht pag-es, size 15^ x 23. Circ'n 2 

ANNAPOLIS, pop. 1,019, Co. Annapolis, at the mouth of the Annapo- 

* lis River, on the Bay of Fundy, and on the W. & A. Ry., 129 miles 
W. of Halifax, 63 miles from St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : milling, lumbering, apple orchards, fishing- and 
ship building. Chief Shipments : lumber, g-rain, fish, apples, etc. 
The town contains five churches, public schools, etc., and is the ter- 
minus of the W. & A. Ry. It has daily steamboat connection with 
St. John, and is surrounded by a fine fruit-growing country. It has 
a good reading-room and library. It is the most ancient settlement 
in this part of the country, and is chiefly engaged in ship building". 
Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Lequille, Port Lome, Clementsvale, New Albany, Hillsburg, Milford, 
Round Hill, Granville Ferry, Parker Cove and Clements Port. 

ROYAL SPECTATOR, weekly; J. L. DeVany, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1882; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pagfes, size 20^ x 27. Circ'n i 

ANTIGONISH, pop. 2,000, Co. Antigonish, on I.C.Ry., 105 miles N. 

* E. of Halifax ; 90 miles W. of Sydney ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming, cheese making, fishing-, woollen, flour, 
saw and planing- mills, and condensed milk factory. Chief Ship- 
ments : cattle, cheese, fish and farm products, lumber, woollens, etc. 
The town contains a cathedral, four churches, a convent, college 
and public schools. St. George's Bay, a fine inlet of the Gulf of St. 
Lawrence, on which the town lies, is navig-able for vessels. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Mulgrave, 
Mabou and Harbor au Bouche. 

CASKET, weekly; Casket Printing & Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1852 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 20 x 13. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 4,400 

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ARICHAT, pop. 1,200, Co. Richmond ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
* Chief Industries : fishing- and farming. Chief Shipments : fish and 
agricultural products. The town contains three churches, a public 
school and a convent school, also general stores and a lobster fac- 
tory. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Port Hastings, Mabou, Lennox Ferry, West Arichat and 
Mulgrave. 

RICHMOND COUNTY RECORD, weekly; Bertram Bourinot, 
editor and publisher ; established 1894 ; independent ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Canso Times. 

See Advt. Page 90. 

BEAR RIVER, pop. 2,000, Co. Digby, very beautifully situated at 
the head of navigation of Bear River, on the Dom. Atlantic Ry., 
9 miles from Dig-by, 16 miles from Annapolis. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : one iron foundry, one tannery, twelve saw 
mills, two grist mills, granite works, two threshing mills and several 
factories. Chief Shipments : leather, lumber and grain. The town 
contains besides its stores, mills, etc., six churches, three hotels, 
a Salvation Army Barracks, several shipyards and a large academy. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published 
Clementsport, Clementsvale, Smith's Cove, Brighton, Benton, and 
Marshalltown. 

TELEPHONE, weekly; M. K. Piper, editor and publisher; 
established 1896; independent; Friday; subscription 75 cents; 
four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n % 

Also publishes Bridgetoivn Monitor. 

BERWICK, pop. 1,738, Co. King^s, on Dominion Atlantic Ry., near 
Kentville, the County seat; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries ; creamery, shoe, axe and canning factories, saw and 
grist mills, foundry, farming and fruit growing. Chief Shipments : 
leather, boots and shoes, lumber, fruit, dairy and farm produce 
especially. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Cambridge, Waterville, Harborville, Somerset, Ayles- 
ford, Kingston and Grafton. 

REGISTER, weekly ; John E. Woodworth, editor and publisher ; 
established 1891 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, size 18 x 24^. Circ'n xyi 

BRIDGETOWN, pop. 1,118, Co. Annapolis, on Annapolis River and 
Windsor & Annapolis Ry., 75 miles from St. John, N.B., and 115 
miles W. of Halifax; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
foundry, tannery, wood working, vinegar and barrel factories and 
brick yard. Chief Shipments : leather, products of factories, grain, 
apples and produce. The town contains five churches, public 
schools, etc., and excellent stock yards. It is the head of naviga- 
tion near the N.W. shore of the province, and is surrounded by mag- 
nificent apple orchards. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Tupperville, Clarence, Paradise, Lawrence- 
town, Round Hill, Dalhousie, Hampton and Port Lome. 

MONITOR, weekly ; M. K. Piper, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

Also publishes Bear River Telephone. 

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BRIDGE WATER, pop. 3,937, Co. Lunenburg-, on the La Have River 
and Halifax & Southwestern Ry., 12 miles W. of Lunenburg- ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, planing-, woollen and 
carding^ mills, foundry, tanneries, carriage factory, etc. Chief Ship- 
ments : lumber, cordwood, staves, bark, g^rain and leather. The 
town contains six churches, public schools and an academy, and is 
headquarters of the Halifax & Southwestern Ry. Surrounding^ 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published: Lapland, Chelsea, 
Baker Settlement, Rudolfs Cove, Conquerall Bank, New Germany, 
Northfield and Camperdown. 

BULLETIN, weekly ; C.J. Crag-g: & Co., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1891 ; conservative ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigrht 
pag-es, size 15 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

CALEDONIA, pop. 1,070, Co. Queens, on the H. & S. W. Ry., 
40 miles from Annapolis, 38 miles from Shelburne, 30 miles from 
Liverpool, the county town ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries: preserving- and canning, dairying-, woodworking- factories, 
saw, planing-, shingle and lath mills, barrels, furniture, oak finish for 
stores and ships' cabins, pulp mills, farming- and mining-. Chief 
Shipments : lumber, oak, fruit, live stock and products of its fac- 
tories. It is the centre of an ag-ricultural, apple g-rowing- and g-old 
mining- district. The town contains three churches, new g^raded 
school, fine hotels and a town hall. Surrounding- towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Harmony Mills, Brookfield, Kempt, 
Northfield, Grafton and Maitland. 

GOLD HUNTER, AND FARMERS' JOURNAL, weekly; VV. 
H. Banks, editor and publisher ; established 1888 ; independent ; 
Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pag-es, size 20 x 27. Circ'n j^ 

CANSO, pop. 1,734, Co. Guysboroug-h, at the entrance to Chedabucto 
Bay, 25 miles east of Guysboroug-h ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industry : fishing-. Chief Shipments : fresh, canned and dried fish 
and fertilizer. The Government operates extensive reduction works 
for the manufacture of fertilizer and oil from fish offal and non- 
edible fish. Canso is the landing- point of fifteen ocean cables, 
making- it one of the most important cable stations in the world. It 
contains churches, public and hig-h schools, custom house, extensive 
cold storag-e warehouses and a lobster hatchery. 

TIMES, weekly; B. Bourinot, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pag-es, size 
17^ X 24. Also publish Arichat Record. 

CLARK S HARBOR, pop. 2,000, Co. Shelbume, 14 miles from 
Barring:ton, 28 miles from Shelburne; Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industry : fishing-. Chief Shipments : fish and lobsters. The town 
contains besides its stores, factories, etc., three churches and five 
schools. Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Barring-ton, Clyde River, Doctor's Cove, Lockeport, 
McGray, Port Clyde, Port La Tour, Wood's Harbor, Pubnico and 
Arg-yle. 

COAST GUARD, weekly; M. H. Nickerson, editor and pro- 
prietor ; established 1897 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pag-es, size 16 x 22^. Also dated at Yarmouth. Circ'n i 

DARTMOUTH, pop. 4,806, Co. Halifax, on Halifax Harbor and on 
the I.C.R. branch line. Tel., T., Ex., M.O. , Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries: three saw mills, skate, rope, nail, soap and sash factories, 
sug-ar refinery, rolling- mills and boiler works. Chief Shipments : 

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lumber, skates, rope, nails and soap. The town is connected with 
Halifax by ferry and contains besides its stores, factories, etc., five 
churches and one hotel. Surrounding- villages where no papers are 
published : Middle and Upper Musquodoboit, West River and 
Sheet Harbour. 

PATRIOT, weekly ; H. S. Cong-don, publisher ; established 
1891 ; independent; Saturday; subscription 50 cents; four pages, 
size 18 X 24. Circ'n i 

DIGBY, pop. 1,150, Co. Dig-by, on the Bay of Fundy, and on the 

* Dom. Atl. Ry., 140 miles W. of Halifax. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : ship building and fisheries. Chief Shipments : 
lumber, leather, fish of all kinds, but chiefly finnan baddies, and fish- 
ings supplies. The town contains several churches and public 
schools and a large number of up-to-date summer hotels. It is 
famous for its herring- fisheries and ship building-. It has reg-ular 
steamboat connection with St. John. Surrounding villag-es where 
no papers are published : Westport, Broad Cove, Freeport, Marshall- 
town, Smith's Cove and Clementsport. 

COURIER, weekly; O. S. Dunham, publisher; established 

1874; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pag-es, size 
20>^ X 27. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 56. 

GLACE BAY, pop. 12,000, Co. Cape Breton, on Glace Bay and on 
the Sydney and Louisburg Ry., 14 miles E. of Sydney, with which it 
is also connected by electric railway ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. It 
is the centre of the Dominion Coal Company's properties, in connec- 
tion with which average wag-es of $200,000 a month are paid. Chief 
Industries: mining, fishing, machine works and railway offices of the 
S. & L. Ry. The town has a harbour and shipping facilities and con- 
tains three hotels, several g-eneral and other stores and is lighted by 
electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Bridgeport, Morien Junction and Port Morien. 

GAZETTE, every evening except Sunday; The Gazette Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, J. C. Harrison, manager ; established 1904; 
independent ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, size I7JS^ x 22^. 

Circ'n i;^ 

PROVINCIAL WORKMAN, weekly; Gazette Publishing^ 
Co., publishers, J. C. Harrison, manager; labor. 

HALIFAX, pop. 50,000, Co. Halifax, the capital and leading- city of 

* the province, headquarters of Great Britain's naval and military 
power in North America with garrison of Canadian troops and naval 
station of the British North American Squadron. It is situated on 
the west side of Chebucto Bay, now called Halifax Harbor, and is 
the Atlantic terminus of the I.C.Ry., and C.P.Ry. Twenty-four 
hours by rail from Montreal and Boston, 36 from New York and 
Toronto, and 48 hours from Chicag-o. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : foundries, grist, saw and cotton mills, sugar refine- 
ries, spice mills, furniture factories, cordag-e works, skate factory, 
planing mills, machine shops, dry docks and dock yards, ship 
repairing, nail factory, shovel factory, gunpowder manufactory, 
military and naval supplies, etc. Chief Shipments : fish, lumber, 
grain, fruit, veg-etables, and the products of its factories. The city 
has 100 miles of streets, contains forty-two churches, Dalhousie 
University with faculties of law and arts, Canadian Presbyterian 
chartered college, Halifax Ladies' college, convents, several aca- 
demies, hig-h and public schools, court house, jail, public halls, 

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masonic hall, opera house, Young^ Men's Christian Association, 
provincial and county building's, exhibition grounds (85 acres) and 
buildings, hospitals and asylums. -The customs receipts for 1906 
were $1,666,470. 28 and the total of foreign trade $18,902,065 (exports, 
$10,192,348, imports, $8,709,717). It is the chief winter port of Can- 
ada, has twelve ocean steamship lines to Europe, West Indies and 
the United States. It is the most strongly fortified city in America, 
having capacity for mounting on its ten forts over one thousand 
g-uns, while among those already mounted are some of the heaviest 
known calibre. At the north end of the city is a dry dock capable 
of accommodating the largest vessel afloat : it is one of the finest 
in the world, and cost about $1,000,000. The harbor proper is four 
miles long by an average width of one mile, with excellent an- 
chorage. At the north end are the Narrows (a sheet of water 
nine miles long and four miles wide), capable of containing all the 
navies of the world. The streets of the city are lighted by elec- 
tricity and gas. It has good water works, fine police force and fire 
department, and has steamship connections with all ports. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Bedford, Fairview, Rockingham, Dutch Village, Uniacke, French 
Village, Enfield, Lawrencetown, Sheet Harbor, Musquodoboit, 
Stewiacke, Shubenacadie and Hubbard's Cove. 

ACADIAN RECORDER, every evening except Sunday ; 
Blackader Bros., editors and publishers ; established 1813 ; liberal ; 
subscription $5.00; four pages, size 22^ x 28^. Circ'n 2^ 

TRI-WEEKLY, established 1813 ; Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 20 x 27. Circ'n %, 

CHRONICLE, every morning except Sunday ; Chronicle Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established i860 ; liberal ; subscription 
$5.00 ; eight to twelve pag-es, size 17^ x 22^. Circ'n 7)4 

NOVA SCOTI AN {zueekly editio?i 0/ Chro7iide),esia.h\\s\\ed 1824; 
Friday; subscription 50 cents; 12 pages, size 1^% x 22^. Circ'n 14 

ECHO {evenmg cditioyi of Chronicle), every evening except 
Sunday ; established 1877 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; eight to 
twelve pages, size 17^ x 22^. Circ'n 3^ 

HERALD, every morning except Sunday; Herald Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers ; Wm. Dennis, managing^ director ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; independent-conservative ; subscription $6.00 ; eight to 
sixteen pages, size 17 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 7,866* 

Advt. — The Herald is the only paper East 0/ Montreal carryitig the Gold Marks 
distinction and on Printers' Ink Roll of Honor. We belie^>e the Herald has the 
largest paid net circulation of any morning paper east of Montreal, and the same 
flat rate for the same service to everyone. 

HOMESTEAD {semi-zveekly edition of Herald), established 
1 90 1, succeeding^ Weekly established 1875 ; Tuesdays and Fridays ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, size 17 x 24. Circ'n i 

MAIL, {evening edition of Herald), every evening- except Sun- 
day; establised 1878; independent-conservative; ten to sixteen pag-es, 
size 17 X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 8,039* 

Advt. — All advts. accepted on the condition that the net paid circulation of The 
Mail exceeds the circulation of any other two evening two-cent papers in Canada 
within a radius of eight hundred miles of Halifax. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly; established 1752 ; official organ of 
Provincial Government ; Wednesday ; subcription $1.50 ; fourteen 
pag-es, size 10 x 14. Usually inserts only Gov ernme^it advertise- 
ments. 

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SUBURBAN, weekly; Alex. McNeill, editor and publisher; 
established 1903 ; independent, literary ; Saturday; subscription 
$1.00; twenty-eig-ht pages, size 12x9. 

WESLEYAN, weekly ; Rev. John Maclean, Ph.D., editor ; Rev. 
S. F. Huestis, D.D., publisher; established 1838; relig-ious, 
Methodist ; Wednesday ; subscription $1,00 ; eight pages, size 
13 X 19. Circ'n 3^ 

MARITIME MERCHANT AND COMMERCIAL REVIEW, 
bi-weekly ; Imperial Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1892 ; commercial ; every other Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
108 pages, size 9x12. Circ'n 1}^ 

CHURCH WORK, semi-monthly; Church Work Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; Rev. C. W. Vernon, managing editor; established 
1876; religious. Church of England ; subscription 50 cents ; eight or 
twelve pages, size 13 x ig)4' 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,757* 

See Advt. Page 66. 

DALHOUSIE GAZETTE, monthly; students of Dalhousie Col- 
lege, editors and publishers ; established 1867 ; a college paper 
issued during collegiate year; subscription $1.00; forty pages, 
size 9^ X 6%. 

INDUSTRIAL ADVOCATE, monthly; Industrial Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; John W. Regan, man. director; established 
1884 ; mining and industrial ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two to fifty 
pages, size 8|^ x 11%, Circ'n 2}^ 

MARITIME MEDICAL NEWS, monthly; James Ross, M.D., 
publisher; established 1889; medical ; subscription $1.00; sixty 
pages, size 7 x 10. Circ'n 1 

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, semi-yearly; Kings Printer, 
publisher ; established 1866 ; educational ; free to trustees ; 104 
pages, size 6x9. Does not insert advertisements. 

HAN T SPORT, pop. 713, Co. Hants, on the Avon River and on the 
Windsor and Annapolis branch of the Dominion and Atlantic Ry., 7 
miles from Windsor. Tel. ,T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
two machine factories, tannery, carding, grist and lumber mills and 
excellent freestone quarries. Chief Shipments : wool, apples, grain 
and himber. The town contains four churches, three hotels, stores, 
etc. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Cheverie, 
Kennetcook, Maitland, Newport Landing and Walton. 

ADVANCE, weekly; G. W. Woodworth, manager; established 
1894; independent; Wednesday; subscription 50 cents ; four pages, 
size 18 X 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,550 

INVERNESS, pop. 500, Co. Inverness, on Inverness Ry., 20 miles 
N.E. of Port Hood ; Ex., M.O. Bank. Inverness is picturesquely 
situated on the west shore of Cape Breton Island. Chief Industries : 
mining and fishing. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Strathlorne, Glendyer, Upper Margaree and 
Middle Baddeck. 

NEWS, weekly; Inverness News Co., Ltd., publishers, R. C. 
Hamilton, business manager ; established 1905 ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

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KENTVILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. King-s, on the Cornwallis River and 

* Dominion Atlantic Ry., 71 miles from Halifax; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : manufacturing, canning-, farming, fishing 
and lumbering. Chief Shipments ; carriages, canned goods, eva- 
porated fruit, farm produce, mill machinery, fishing supplies, fish and 
lumber. The town contains five churches and good public schools, 
etc. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Canning, 
Aylesford, Kingston, Waterville, Grand Pre and Gaspereaux. 

ACADIAN ORCHARDIST, weekly; H. G. Harris, editor 
and publisher ; established 1892 ; independent ; Tuesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, size 13/^ x 20. 

Also publishes Advertiser. 

ADVERTISER, weekly ; H. G. Harris, editor and publisher ; 
established 1882 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13^ x 20. Circ'n \y^ 

Also publishes Acadian Orchardist. 

WESTERN CHRONICLE, weekly; H. R. Lawford, editor 
and manager ; established 1873 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

LIVERPOOL, pop. 1,937, Co* Queens, at the mouth of River Mersey, 

* 80 miles S.W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw, grist and planing mills, tanneries, gold mining and fish- 
ing. Chief Shipments : lumber, leather, gold and farm produce. 
The town contains six churches, academy and public schools, the 
county buildings, town hall, and is the centre of a large and growing 
trade. The harbor is a very good one. Surrounding tow^ns and 
villages where no papers are published : Scott's Bay, Beach Hill, 
Milton, Herring Cove, Port Medway, Middlefield, Camperdown, 
New Germany and West Caledonia. 

ADVANCE, AND WESTERN COUNTIES ADVOCATE, 
weekly; E. M. Farrell, editor and publisher; established 1878; liberal; 
Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, size 20^ x 27. Circ'n |^ 

LUNENBURG, pop. 5,000, Co. Lunenburg, on Lunenburg Bay, 

* an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, and on the H. & S. W. Ry., 45 miles 
from Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : ship- 
building, fisheries and fish factories, and West India trade. Chief 
Shipments : fish and lumber. The town contains six churches, 
academy and public schools, a marine hospital, the county buildings, 
etc. Lunenburg owns a large fishing fleet of 150 vessels, employing 
about 2,700 men, the average annual catch being 160,000 quintals of 
dry fish. It does a large trade with the West Indies and the United 
States. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : New Cornwall, Block House, Chester, New Dublin and 
Princess Inlet. 

PROGRESS-ENTERPRISE, weekly; Progress-Enterprise 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1862; liberal; Wednesday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17)^ x 24. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 74. • 

MAHONE BAY, pop. 1,250, Co. Lunenburg, on the H. & S. W. 
Ry., 7 miles from Lunenberg, with which it has also semi-weekly 
steamer connection, 62 miles from Halifax. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : saw and planing mills, sash and door 
factory, block and oar and oiled clothing factories, lumbering, ship- 
building and fishing. Chief Shipments : farm produce, apples, lum- 

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ber, wood, tanbark and fish. Surroundings towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Riversdale, Chester, Hubbard's Cove, 
Ingramport, St. Margaret's Bay, Northfield and New Germany. 

SIGNAL, weekly; Francis Hollo way, publisher; established 
1903 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; four pages, 
size 14 X 21. Circ'n Yz 

MIDDLETON, pop. 900, Co. Annapolis, at junction of H. & S.W. Ry. 
and D. A. R. Ry., midway between Halifax and Yarmouth, 26 miles 
N. E. of Annapolis, the county seat; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries: planing mills, box, sash and door, ginger ale and 
patent medicine factories, pork packing, clay working, fruit growing 
and farming. Chief Shipments: the product of its manufactories and 
farm produce. The town contains besides its stores, factories, etc., 
four churches, four hotels, and has a splendid water system. Head- 
quarters of Valley Telephone Co. Has public library containing 800 
volumes, and has the first Macdonald Consolidated Rural School 
opened in Canada, Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Clarence, Lawrencetown, Margaret ville. 
Port George, South Farmington, Wilmot, Kingston, Torbrook, 
Nicteaux, Springfield and Aylesford. 

OUTLOOK, weekly ; Fred. E. Cox, publisher ; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 20 x 29. 

Circ'n i^ 

NEW GLASGOW, pop. 5,500, Co. Pictou, on the East River, eight 
miles from Pictou Harbor, and on the I. C. Ry., 104 miles N. E. of 
Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : coal mining, 
mill and colliery machinery, iron bridges, iron and steel foundries, 
glass works, furniture and agricultural implements, sash and door 
factories, saw and planing mills and wire works. Chief Shipments : 
coal, lumber, iron, steel, glassware, machinery and mill and colliery 
supplies. One mile and a half north is the village of Trenton, where 
are situated the N. S. Steel Works. New Glasgow contains eight 
churches and six public schools. It has an electric plant, is lighted 
by electricity, and has electric railway connection with Trenton, 
Stellarton and Westville. It has several ship yards, and there are 
extensive coal mines in the vicinity. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Trenton, Thorburn, Hope- 
well, Ferrona, Springville, Durham and Alma. 

EASTERN CHRONICLE, semi-weekly; James A. Eraser, 
Lessee of the Eastern Chronicle Pub. Co., Ltd., publisher; estab- 
established 1845 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; A. P. Douglas, publisher; estab- 
lished 1888 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 102. 

NORTH SYDNEY, pop. 6,000, Co. Cape Breton, on the N.W. arm 
of Sydney Harbor, 5 miles from Sydney, and on the I. C. Ry. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : iron foundry, carding and 
fulling mills, tannery, boot and shoe factory, fishing and coal 
shipping. Chief Shipments : leather, fish, coal, lumber, woollens, 
etc. The town contains five churches, three public schools, convent, 
private school, is lighted by electricity, and has a marine railway 
capable of carrying vessels up to 250 tons. It has good water works 
and fire department, an hourly steamboat connection with Sydney 
and half hourly electric car connection with Sydney mines. The 

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coal from the Sydney mines is shipped from here. Surrounding 
villag-es where no papers are published : Cow Bay, Pt. Hastings, 
New Campbellton, Baddick, Little Bras d'Or, Whycocomagh, 
Victoria Mines and Bridgeport. 

CAPE BRETON ENTERPRISE, weekly; Enterprise Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, J. S. MacDonald, manager; established 1901 ; 
independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 23. See Advt. Page 72. Circ'n \% 

Also publishes Sydney Alines Star. 

HERALD, weekly ; North Sydney Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1872; independent; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 4 

CAPE BRETON METHODIST, monthly ; Rev. J. L. Batty, 
editor, Rev. J. Sellers, business manager; established 1906; religious; 
thirty-eight pages. 

OXFORD, pop. 2,000, Co. Cumberland, on the Rivers Philip and 
Block and on the LC.Ry., 3 miles from Oxford Junction, 21 miles 
from Amherst and 66 miles from Pictou ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : furniture and wood work factories, saw, grist and 
woollen mills, clothing factory and an iron foundry. Chief Ship- 
ments : lumber, grain, and the products of its factories. The town 
contains beside its mills, stores, etc., four churches, one hotel, 
two public schools, a new high school and town hall. It has an 
electric light power plant, excellent water supply and fire department, 
and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Advocate Harbour, Athol, East Southamp- 
ton, Maccan, Pugwash, Corn Mills, CoUingwood, Wallace, Green- 
ville and Wentworth. 

JOURNAL, weekly; S. A. Marchant, publisher; established 
1897 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. ' Circ'n ^ 

PARRSBORO, pop. 2,700, Co. Cumberland, on a strait connecting 
Minas Basin with the Bay of Fundy, and the terminus of the Cum- 
berland Coal and Railway Co. 's line; Tel., JEx., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw and grist mills, tanneries, lumbering, shipbuilding 
and fishing. Chief Shipments : coal, leather, fish and lumber. The 
town contains five churches, public schools, and has a ship yard and 
dock. It has a municipally owned electric light plant. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Cannonville, 
Kirkhill, Lakelands, Newville, Southampton, Brookville, Economy, 
Advocate, Port Greville, Apple River and Five Islands. 

LEADER, weekly; J. F. Outhit, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1896 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 18 X 24. Circ'n % 

PICTOU, pop. 4,500, Co. Pictou, on the north end of Pictou Harbor, 
* opening into Northumberland Straits, and the terminus of the 
Pictou Branch of the LC.Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries: flour and grist mills, biscuits and confectionery, iron 
foundry and machine works, copper smelter, marine railway, boots 
and shoes, sash and door and canning factories, tanneries, mining 
and quarrying. Chief Shipments : fish, canned goods, coal, stone, 
leather, biscuits and confectionery, boots and shoes, lumber and 
building materials, steam boilers, etc. The town contains six 
churches, four public schools, convent, and in close proximity to the 
town are extensive quarries of dark sandstone, and coal mines. It 
has an academy and a Young Men's Christian Association and 

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Masonic buildings. The streets are lig-hted by electricity and it has 
good water works. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Caribou, River John, Logan's Tannery, Durham, 
Merigomish, Tatamagouche, Churchville, Scotsburn, Meadowville, 
Pictou Landing, Toney River, Cape John and Piedmont Valley. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; John D. McDonald, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1893; liberal ; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. See Advt. Fa^e 105. Circ'n i^ 

COLONIAL STANDARD, weekly; Standard Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1858 ; conservative ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

PRESBYTERIAN WITNESS, weekly ; Presbyterian Witness 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1848; independent, religious; 
Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n 4 

POINT TUPPER, pop. 1,200, Co. Richmond, on Canso Strait and 
Intercolonial Ry. ; Tel., Ex. The Cape Breton port for the large 
transfer steamer. The Strait of Canso Marine Railway is located 
here, giving employment to a large number of men. The town has 
churches, schools, public hall, hotels, and is lighted by electricity. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Port Hastings, Mulgrave and Creignish. 

MAIL, weekly; Mail Publishing Co., publishers; established 1906; 
liberal; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 14 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

PORT HAWKSBURY, pop. i,ooo, Co. Inverness, on the Strait of 
Canso, the Intercolonial Ry., the Inverness Ry. , and the terminus of 
the C. B. Ry., and is the port of call of the Plant S.S. and other 
steamship lines, 75 miles from New Glasgow, 130 miles from Halifax, 
with which it is connected by a weekly line of steamers ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : saw mills, boat building, fishing 
and farming. Chief Shipments : lumber, fish and farm produce. 
The town contains several churches and schools, and does a large 
trade in fish and general supplies. It is the centre of a rich agricul- 
cultural district. It has a fine harbor and a local ferry line and 
has steamboat connection with Boston, Mass., as well as being on 
the line of steamboat communication between Halifax and Summer- 
side, P.E.I. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Pt. Hastings, Pt. Mulgrave. 

BULLETIN, weekly; J. J. Williams, publisher; established 1890; 
independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n i 

EASTERN JOURNAL, weekly; J. C. Bourinot, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1889; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 20 x 26. Circ'n i 

^ORT HOOD, pop. 2,000, Co. Inverness, on Inverness R. & C. Co. 
* Ry., 60 miles W. of Sydney, 40 miles N.E. of Antigonish ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : coal mining. Chief Shipment : coal. 
Colliery employs 400 hands. There is a good harbor by which coal 
is shipped nine months in the year. Besides its stores the town has 
three churches, an academy, court and custom houses. It has an 
electric light plant. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Glendyer, Mabou, Strathlorne, Port Hastings, Margaree, 
Cheticamp and Whycocomagh. 

GREETINGS, weekly; McLean & McNeil, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 20^ x 13^^. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,230 
See Advt. Page 68. 

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PORT MAITLAND, pop. 1,000, Co. Yarmouth, lo miles north ot 
Yarmouth. Tel., Ex. Chief Industries: fishings, lumbering^, car- 
riag'e, boat building", furniture and ink factories, preserving- and 
canning. Chief Shipments : lumber, fish, fruit and factory products. 
The town contains five churches, public schools, two larg^e hotels, 
public halls, customs office, fire department, an excellent beach and 
g-ood harbor. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are 
published : Beaver River, Brenton, Salmon River, South Ohio, Cedar 
Lake, Hebron, Wellington, Sandford and Richmond. 

BLUENOSE, weekly; Thos. H.Curry, editor and manag-er ; 
established 1904; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 75 cents ; 
four pag-es, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

SHELBURNE, pop. 1,500, Co. Shelbume, on the N.E. arm of 

* a capacious harbor of the same name, and on the H. & S. W. Ry., 
160 miles S. W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries : iron works, ship and boat building^ and fishing-, lumbering 
and milling-. Chief Shipments : iron, fish and farm produce. The 
town contains several churches and schools, county academy, court 
house, custom house, U.S. consular ag-ency, and has a g-ood harbor 
with easy entrance and secure anchorag-e, and has excellent facili- 
ties for the repairing- and furnishing- of vessels. It is connected by 
stag-e a.nd weekly steamers with Halifax. Surrounding- towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Barrington, Wood's Harbor, 
Barrington Passage, Port Latour, Lockport, Jordan and Tusket. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Shelbourne Gazette Co. , Ltd. publishers; 
established 1902 ; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 13)^ x 20^. Circ'n i^ 

SPRINGHILL, pop. 6,000, Co. Cumberland, on the Cumt)erland 
River, 5 miles S. of Springhill Junction, 22 miles S. E. of Amherst; 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industry : coalmining. Chief Ship- 
ment : coal. The town contains five churches and graded school. 
Two extensive coal mines in its vicinity. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Salem, Intervale, Warren, 
Eel Creek, Nappan, Athol, Southampton, Salt Springs and Brown's 
Brook. 

TRIBUNE, semi-weekly ; N. S. Sanford, publisher ; established 
1896; independent ; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
six pages, size 13^ x 20. Circ'n i 

STELLARTON, pop. 2,410, Co. Pictou, on the East River and I.C. 
Ry., 3 miles from New Glasgow, loi miles N.E. of Halifax ; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : coal mining and I. C. Ry. 
repair shops. Chief Shipment : coal. The town contains five 
churches, public schools, water works and has an electric tramway. 
Valuable coal mines in the vicinity. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Hopewell, Ferrona, Eureka and 
Thorburn. 

MARITIME MINING RECORD, semi-monthly; R. Drura- 
mond, publisher; established 1898; mining; second and fourth 
Wednesday ; twenty-eight pages, size 9^^ x 12^. 

SYDNEY, pop. 15,000, Co. Cape Breton, on the east part of Cape 

* Breton, at the head of Sydney Harbor and eastern terminus of 
I.C.Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : Dominion 
Iron and Steel Go's works, foundry, sash and door factories, 
cement works, tarred paper and roofing factory, boat and motor 
works, biscuit factory and chemical works, tannery, carding mills 

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and coal mining-. Chief Shipments : coal, iron, cement, chemicals, 
tar, roofing paper, steel, lumber, fish, etc. The city contains 
eleven churches, public schools, county academy, two convents, 
a public hall seating- 450, insane asylum, hospital, a large skating- 
rink, court house, gaol, masonic hall, lyceum seating 1,000, 
etc. It is the second town of importance in the province and 
is the principal town on the Island of Cape Breton. It is an 
important coaling station for steamers. Near here are the pictur- 
esque Bras d'Or lakes which are much frequented by tourists 
and are a fashionable summer resort. It has more than recovered 
from the effects of the disastrous fire of 1901, and its streets 
are lighted l?y electricity. It is famous for its coal mines, 
and has an extensive trade with St. Pierre and Newfoundland. 
Surrounding- villag-es where no papers are published : Westmount, 
Dominion, Port Morien, Victoria Mines, Reserve Mines, Coxheath, 
Boisdale, Beaver Cove, Grand Narrows, Irish Cove, Galjarouse and 
Louisburg^. 

POST, every morning and evening, except Sunday; Sydney Post 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1900 ; conservative ; 
subscription $4.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 17 x 22)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 4,175* 

WEEKLY {Bras d'Or Gazette), established 1896; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 17 x 22)^. Circ'n }( 

See Advt. Page 114. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday ; Sydney Printing- Co., 
publishers ; established 1898 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17 x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3,577* 

See Advt. Page 106. 

BLUE BANNER, monthly; John R. Duff, publisher; estab- 
lished 1903 ; religious, Presbyterian ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty- 
eight to forty pages, size 7 x 10. Circ'n ^ 

SYDNEY IvIiNES, pop. 6,000, Cape Breton County, lies between 
Sydney Harbor and the Little Bras d'Or, connected with North 
Sydney, three miles distant, by electric cars, and N. S. S. & Coal 
Co's railway; Tel., T., M.O., Banks. Chief Industry : coal mining. 
Chief Shipment : coal. Headquarters in Cape Breton of Nova 
Scotia Steel and Coal Company, which has three coal mines, blast 
furnace and coke ovens in operation. Yearly output of coal 500,000 
tons. Sydney Coal Company operates a fourth mine at Barrington 
Cove. Five churches, town hall, high school, convent school, other 
public schools, Y. M. C. A. and several fraternal lodges. Town is 
lighted with electricity, has an electric car service and plentiful 
supply of water from Pottle's Lake. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Little Bras d'Or, Boularderie, New Camp- 
bellton, Baddeck, Morien Jet., Pt. Morien, Cow Bay, Pt. Hastings, 
Whycocomagh, Victoria Mines, Bridgeport and Ingonish. 

STAR, weekly; Enterprise Publishing Co., publishers, J. S. Mac- 
Donald, manager ; established 1904 ; independent; Wednesday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 23. 

Also publishes North Sydney E?tter;prise. ' 

See Advt. Page 72. 

I KUKU, pop. 6,000, Co. Colchester, situated two miles above the 
head of Cobequid Bay, on the I.C.Ry., 61 miles from Halifax, 215 
miles from St. John, 58 miles to Windsor by D. A. Ry.; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : engine and boiler works, 

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foundries, axles, carriagfe factory, wooden ware, condensed milk, 
box, woollen and hat factories. Chief Shipments : lumber, farm 
produce and the products of its various manufactories. The town 
contains eleven churches, public and private schools, provincial 
normal and model, manual training- and domestic science schools 
and ag-ricultural college. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published ; Brobkfield, Folly Villag-e, De Bert Villag-e, 
Stewiacke, Maitland, Shubenacadie, Princeport, Belmont, Rivers- 
dale, Alton and Londonderry. 

NEWS, every evenings except Sunday; W. D. Dimock, editor ; 
News Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1890; inde- 
pendent ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pag-es, size 15^ x ig}4- Circ'n }^ 

WEEKLY, established 1892; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 16 
to 20 pag-es, size 1^)4 x 21^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 6,400* 

Advt.—The News is published iti Central N. S , the railivay hub 0/ the Pro^ntice, 
pop. 0%'er 200,000. T7ie Daily Nezvs circ'n of 1,000 is chiefly in Truro town. The 
Weekly Neivs reaches altogether different subscribers. It covers the surrounding 
towns and villages. Sivorti ciic^n for igo6, 6,j6o. Present s7vorn circulation 
exceeds 6yf;oo. Best medium ; compare it with others. See Advt. Page 48. 

COLCHESTER SUN, weekly; Printers Limited, publishers, 
G. G. Archibald, Sec. ; established C871 ; independent-conservative; 
Wednesday ; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, size 17^ x 24. 

See Advt, Page 30. Circ'n i % 

LEVER, monthly ; The Maritime Young- Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, publishers ; established 1896; Y. M. C. A. news; subscription 
25 cents ; sixteen pag-es, size 6 x 8^. Circ'n \]4, 

WESTVILLE, pop. 4,000, Co. Pictou, on the Pictou branch LC.R.; ' 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: two large coal mines, 
which disburse some $50,000 monthly in wages. Chief Shipments : 
coal and lumber. The town contains besides the mines, etc., five 
churches and two hotels, is lig-hted by electricity and has a fine S3's- 
tem of waterworks. Surrounding- towns and villagfes where no 
papers are published : Baileys Brook, Hopewell, Merig-omish, 
Granton, River John, Ferrona, Bridg-eville, Thorburn, Sylvester and 
Durham. 

FREE LANCE, weekly; J. W. H. Sutherland, publisher; estab- 
lished 1896; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; sixteen pag-es, 
size 22 x 15. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2, TOO 

See Advt. Page loo. 

WEYMOUTH BRIDGE, pop. 1,200, Co. Dig^by, on the Sissiboo 
River, 4 miles from St. Mary's Bay, and on the Dominion Atlantic 
Ry., 47 miles N. of Yarmouth and 160 miles W. of Halifax ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering-, fishing- and 
pulp mills. Chief Shipments : lumber, pulp, fish, etc. The town 
contains six churches, schools and several stores. It has a fair 
harbor, a customs house, and is a popular summer resort for 
American tourists. Has weekly steamboat connection with Yar- 
mouth and St. John. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : Albert Cove, South Creek, Weaver Settle- 
ment, New Edinburg-h, South Rangfe Corner, Hillsburg-, Front 
Cove, Plympton, Bloomfield, Freeport, Tiverton, Sandy Cove, 
Marshalltown and Murphy Cove. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Jas. J. WalHs, manag^er, T. H. Curry, 
editor ; established 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pag-es, size 18. x 24. See Advt. Page 65. Circ'n )^ 

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WINDSOR, pop. 4,000, Co. Hants, on an arm of Minas Basin and on 
* Dominion Atlantic Ry., 45 miles N. W. of Halifax, and 84 miles from 
Annapolis. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : cotton 
mills, furniture factory, iron foundry, fertilizer works, plaster mill, 
lumberingf. Chief Shipments: cottons, gypsum, lumber, fish, etc. 
The town contains five churches, the University of King's College, 
Collegiate school for boys. Church school for girls, Hants Co. 
Academy and is an important centre of education. The public 
schools are free. The town owes its importance to the quantities of 
limestone, gypsum and valuable minerals found in its vicinity. It 
contains some fine public buildings rebuilt since the fire of Oct. 17th, 
1897, and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Avonport, Avondale, Brooklyn, 
Summerville, Newport, Ellershouse, Falmouth, Maitland, Shuben- 
, acadie, Mount Denson, St. Croix and Burlington. 

HANTS JOURNAL, weekly ; Jas. J. Anslow, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1867 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$r.oo ; four pages, size 21 x 29. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,834"^ 

See Advt. Page 95. 

TRIBUNE, weekly ; Tribune Publishing Co., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 30 X 20^. Circ'n i^ 

FORWARD, weekly; official organ of Grand Division Sons of 
Temperance of Nova Scotia ; established 1893 ; temperance ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription 50 cents ; four pages. 

KING'S COLLEGE RECORD, monthly; undergraduates of 
King's College, editors and publishers ; established 1877 ; a college 
paper issued only during the collegiate year ; subscription $r.oo ; 
twenty-eight pages, size 9x12. 

WOLFVILLE, pop. 1,963, Co. Kings, at the entrance of Cornwallis 
River into Minas Basin, on the D.A. Ry., 18 miles N.N.W. of 
Windsor, 64 miles from Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : fruit growing, dairying, farming, milling and tanning. 
Chief Shipments : butter, cheese, fruit and general farm produce. 
The town contains Acadia College, Acadia Seminary and Horton 
Academy, belonging to the Baptist denomination, also five churches 
and public schools. It has an excellent water supply, electric light, 
board of trade, and is headquarters of the Fruit Growers' Asso. of 
N.S. and a favorite summer resort. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Port Williams, Canning, Grand 
Pre, Gaspereau, Avonport, Hortonville, Greenwich and White Rock 
Mills. 

ACADIAN, weekly ; Davison Bros., editors and publishers ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 20 X 27. Circ'n i 

AC A D I A AT H E N >E U M , monthly ; students of Acadia Univer- 
sity, editors and publishers ; established 1873 ; a college paper is 
sued only during collegiate year of nine months from October to 
June ; subscription $1.00 ; forty-eight pages, size 9 x 12. 

YARMOUTH, pop. 7,000, Co. Yarmouth, on the extreme western 

* point of Nova Scotia, 218 miles from Halifax, with which it is 

connected by the D. A. Ry. and H. & S. W. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex.,- 

M.O., Banks. Daily lines of steamers to Boston, weekly to 

St. John and Halifax. Chief Industries : ship building, shoe 

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factory, cotton and duck mills, ship's supplies, foundries, 
fisheries, etc. Chief Shipments : fish, lumber, cottons, stoves, 
supplies, etc. It had more shipping- per head than any other 
port in the world, and was the chief ship building place in Nova 
Scotia. It has water works and fire brigade, electric Ry., electric 
light and gas, and is surrounded by a good farming country. The 
town contains eleven churches, public schools, public buildings and 
educational institutions. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Hebron, Arcadia, Tusket, Ohio and Arg-yle. 

GLOBE, every morning- except Sunday ; G. C. and G. V. Pelton, 
editors and publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; four pag-es, size io}4 x 15. 

TIMES, semi-weekly; J. D. Rolston, editor and publisher; 
established 1898 ; conservative ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pag-es, size 22 x 27. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3,0*76 

See Advt. Page 96. 

HERALD, weekly; J. M. Lawson, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1833, liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.50 ; four pag-es, size 
27 X 21. 

Issues also Telegram free to subscribers. 

LIGHT, weekly; C. Carey, editor and publisher; established 1890; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15x22. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,900 
See Advt. Page 78. 

TELEGRAM, weeklv ; Friday ; liberal; issued as supplement to 
Herald. 



'There is power in persistence.'* 



Beware of adjectives. Many an otherwise good adver- 
tisement has been turned to fiction by the injection of just 
one too many adjectives. 



See how many good, hard, solid and convincing facts 
you can get together, and then build your advertisement 
around them. It's impossible to build well without plenty 
of good material. — Profitable Advertisement. 



A small boy with a big drum can make more noise than 
a skilled musician with a violin, but he isn't likely to attract 
nearly as much intelligent attention. — Printers' Ink, 



The trademark or brand on a class of goods is sometimes 
the only reason for asking a higher price for it — and it gets 
the higher price because the state of mind of the purchaser 
justifies it. — The Mahin Messenger. 

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PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Thoug"h the smallest in area — having a land surface of only 2,000 square 
miles — Prince Edward Island is the most thickly settled and one of the most 
productive of the provinces of Canada. It had at the last census of 1901 
51.5 persons to the square mile, while Nova Scotia, the next province in 
density of population, had at the same census only 21.8 per square mile. 
The population of the island at the census of 1901 was 103,258, the esti- 
mated population at the present time being about 104,000. There is 
scarcely a foot of land in Prince Edward Island not capable of cultivation, 
and the soil is uniformly rich. This natural advantage, coupled with the 
endowment of a temperate climate and regular rainfalls, has made the 
province famous as an agricultural and stock raising country. The Island 
horses, cattle and sheep are eagerly sought after both by Canadian and 
United States buyers. But it is in dairying and in the meat business that 
Prince Edward Island is making the most gigantic strides. It is now 
sometimes referred to as " The Denmark of Canada." In 1903 there were 
41 dairy stations in operation, manufacturing 2,729,556 lbs. of cheese and 
556,452 lbs. of butter, the total value of both being $386,168. The number 
of stations has since grown to 47, with value of output varying from year 
to year. Among other agricultural products, the Island oats and potatoes 
are famous throughout America and the West Indies for their excellence, 
the foreign demand for these products being steadily on the increase. The 
hay crops are also celebrated, being produced from indigenous clover and 
grasses, and it is to the high quality of these crops that the superiority of the 
Island live stock is largely due. The fishing interests of the Island are also 
important, its position in the Gulf giving it great advantages for the future 
development of its marine resources. The value of the fish taken by 
Prince Edward Island fishermen in 1903 was $887,024, of which $581,000 
was exported to foreign countries . The total tonnage of vessels engaged 
in the coasting trade of the Island in 1903 was 1,091,012. The principal 
fish caught are mackerel, herring, cod, hake, lobsters and oysters. The 
annual take of lobsters is about 2,422,144 pound cans, and of oysters about 
20,000 barrels, the Prince Edward Island oysters — especially those of 
Malpeque Bay — being esteemed the finest in flavour of any on the Atlantic 
coast. The park-like scenery of the Island, and its even temperature and 
charming summer weather, together with an abundance of the finest sea 
trout and good shooting in season, are year by year attracting tourists 
and health seekers to the province from all parts of the continent. Prince 
Edward Island in 1906 had 480 public schools, with 268 male teachers and 
294 female teachers, and a total of 19,031 pupils. In the same year it had 
441 post offices through which passed 2,662,000 letters, 176,000 post cards, 
65,000 registered letters, 60,000 free letters, 407,000 transient newspapers, 
circulars, etc., 26,500 parcels, and 15,040 money orders, besides papers 
from offices of publication. Prince Edward Island is represented in the 
Dominion Parliament by four senators and four members of the House of 
Commons. Its local government is carried on by a single house, the 
Legislative Assembly, having 30 members. Capital, Charlottetown. 

For statistics and other information regarding^ the 7iezuspa;pers of 
the province see other farts of this zvork. 

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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. i8i 

CHARLOT T ETOWN, pop. 13,000, Co. Queens, is pleasantly 
* situated on a neck of land between North and Hillsborough Rivers, 
overlooking- a fine harbor. It has regular steamboat connection with 
Canadian and American ports, and is the Provincial capital. Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : foundries, machine shops, 
flour, woollen, saw, shingle and planing mills, tanneries, agricultural 
implement, soap and tobacco factories, etc. Chief Shipments : grain, 
live stock, cheese, butter, pork, etc. The city contains nine 
churches, good public schools, the Government buildings, court 
house, markets, city hall, public hall, drill hall. Prince of Wales and 
St. Dunstan colleges, normal school, convents, lunatic asylum, gaol, 
etc. It is lighted with gas and electric light. Has good system of 
water works and sewerage. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Lower Montague, Dundas, Georgetown, 
Cornwall, New Haven, Bedeque, Kelly's, Cross, Annadale, South- 
port, Emerald, Victoria, Eldon, Mount Stewart, Webster's Comer, 
Vernon River Bridge and Kensington. 

EXAMINER, every evening except Sunday; W. L. Cotton, 
editor; Examiner Publishing Co., publishers; established 1847; 
liberal-conservative ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 
size i2}4. X 18^. Circ'n 3 

See Advt. Page 85. 

MORNING GUARDIAN, every morning except Sunday; 
The Island Guardian Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1891 ; 
independent ; subscription $2.00 ; eight to twenty -four pages, 
size 17^2 X 22j^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 3,230* 

RURAL DAILY {formerly zueekly), established 1887 ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four to eight pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 3,527"^^ 
See Advt. Page 59. 

PATRIOT, every evening except Sunday; Patriot Publishing 
Company, publishers ; established 188 1 ; liberal ; subscription 
$2.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1861 ; Monday and Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

HERALD, weekly; James Mclsaac, publisher; established 
1870; religious, Roman Catholic ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, size 27)^ x 20. Circ'n }(. 

P. E. ISLANDER, weekly; Islander Publishing Co., publishers ; 
established 1894 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, size 20 x 27. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly; Geo. W. Gardiner, editor and 
publisher; established 1791 ; an official paper; subscription 50 
cents; four pages, size 8j^ x \\%.. Inserts Government adver- 
tisements only. 

WATCHMAN, weekly; Peter McCourt, editor; Watchman 
Publishing Co., publishers; established 1890; independent-con- 
servative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size, 18 x 24^. 
See Advt. Page 50. Circ'n 2)^ 

t 
SUMMERSIDE, pop. 3,100, Co. Prince, on Bedeque Bay and 
* P.E.I.Ry., 40 miles N.W. of Charlottetown, 42 N.E. of Shediac ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : grist, saw, planing 
and shingle mills, furniture factory, two large contracting establish- 
ments, including sash and door and general wood working factories, 

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lumber yards, etc., carriag^e shop and creamery; ship building- is 
carried on here extensively. Chief Shipments : cheese and butter, 
lumber, grrain, live stock, eg-gi^s, potatoes, horses, cattle and sheep, 
oysters, etc. The town has an excellent harbor, with g-ood an- 
chorag:e for larg^e vessels, and also has six churches, the larg-est 
retail store in Maritime Canada, a public hall, convent, the county 
buildingi-s, etc. Surrounding;- towns and villagfes where no papers 
are published : Cape Traverse, Alberton, Kensing-ton, Prince- 
town, Tryson, Miscouche, Wellingfton, Centreville and Victoria. 

ISLAND FARMER, weekly; A. D.Branscombe, editor; Pioneer 
Publishing- Co., publishers; established 1887; agricultural, liberal; 
Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15^!^ x 22. 

Also publishes Pioneer. Circ'n 4^ 

See Advt. Page 100. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; Journal Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1865 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.25 ; 
eig-ht pages, size 17^ x 25. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 5,200 

Also publishes Prince Edvuard Islayid Agrictilturist . 

PIONEER, weekly ; A. D. Branscombe, editor; Pioneer Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1876 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, size 15^ x 22. Circ'n 5 

See Advt. Page 100. 

Also publishes Island Farmer. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAN D AGRICULTURIST, weekly; 

W. A. Brennan, editor and publisher; established 1880; agricultural 
and stock raising ; Saturday ; subscription $1.25 ; eight pages, size 
nH X 25. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 5,600 
Also publishes Jom-nal. 

TIGNISH, pop. 1,000, Co. Prince, on the Gulf of St. Lawrence and 
at the western terminus of the P.E.I.Ry., 68 miles N.W. of Summer- 
side. Tel., T., Ex., M.O. Chief Industries: extensive dairying, wool, 
saw, grist and carding mills and carriage factory. Chief Shipments : 
grain, dairy products, wool, lumber and farm produce. The town con- 
tains besides its mills, stores, etc., two churches and a convent, one 
graded public, and one convent school and three public halls. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Alber- 
ton, O'Leary, Port Hill and Wellington. 

L'l M PARTIAL, French, weekly ; L'Impartial Publishing & Print- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers ; F. J, Buote, editor; established 1893 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
22 X 15. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 32. 



Ajdvertising is the quickest way to make people acquaint- 
ed with your business, and quick acquaintance makes quicker 
sales, and quicker sales mean larger profits even on a smaller 
margin. That's one reason why advertisers can and usually 
do sell goods at lower prices than firms, that don't advertise. 

Rhode Island Advertiser. 

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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



Althoug"h one of the smallest Provinces in Confederation, measuring- 
in area less than 75,000 square miles, Manitoba's population is growing- 
rapidly, having increased in barely twenty-five years from 66,000 to some- 
what over 400,000. A quarter of a century ago (1881) Manitoba produced 
1,000,000 bushels of wheat and 1,270,000 bushels of oats. Last year the 
amount of grain inspected in Winnipeg for Manitoba alone was 42,876 
carloads — averaging about 750 bushels — and of this 38,558 cars were 
wheat. The Province now possesses 899 elevators and 61 grain store- 
houses with a total capacity of 26,282,200 bushels. Manitoba is essentially 
an agricultural country, but industries, jobbing firms and financial 
institutions are being multiplied. Winnipeg possesses large meat pack- 
ing and meat curing establishments ; breweries, biscuit, bag, clothing, 
overall, underwear, box (tin and wood), awnings and tents, soap and 
perfumery, harness and saddlery and trunk factories, wire and wire bedding 
factories, wind engine works, oatmeal mills, machine shops, a brass 
foundry, candy factories, cigar factories, carriage and wagon works, and 
manufacturers of jewellery, furriers, etc., find it a profitable field for the 
location of their plants. Wholesale and jobbing houses are a conspicuous 
feature of the commercial life of W^innipeg, and in a lesser degree of a 
few other towns. In financial institutions Manitoba is giving proof of her • 
inherent wealth. It is not enough to note the rapid multiplication of 
branches of chartered banks, of which there were 90 in 1904, 122 in 1905, 
and 166 last year. There are a number of strong institutions whose head 
offices are here and whose progress has been a matter of national com- 
ment, like the Great West Life Assurance Company, several loan, insurance 
and trust companies, the Northern Bank, the Annuity Company of Canada 
and many others. .In the Lake region and in the Northern part of the 
Province there is wealth of a. different nature. The waters teem with 
white fish, trout, herring, sturgeon, pickerel, pike, bass and maskinonge, 
and the caviare industry is also being extensively developed. Surround- 
ing the lakes is a vast territory filled with timber and mineral wealth, 
and as yet almost untouched. The Local Legislature of Manitoba con- 
sists of 41 members, while 10 members represent the Province in the 
Dominion House of Commons and 4 in the Senate. Religion and educa- 
tion are well cared for, and schools and churcHes are to be found in most 
of the newest settlements. There are in the Province 1,^85 school districts 
with 1,847 departments. The number of teachers engaged during the 
past year was 2,265, and out of 77,044 children of school age 64,123 were 
actually enrolled. The system of education is most thorough, providing 
for all grades, and a university with numerous affiliated colleges is 
located in Winnipeg, the provincial capital. 

The Dominion electoral coyistituencies are given as counties, they 
taking the same place as the counties in the older frovinces. 

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BALDUR, pop. 350, Co. Souris, on the Carmen-Hartney branch of the 
C.N.R., 109 miles S.W. of Winnipeg- and 60 miles S. E. of Brandon ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Largest and most important town in 
Arg^yle and seat of the Municipal Council. An important g-rain point 
for the district. The town contains three churches and a large grist 
mill. Heavy shipments of cattle and pigs. Extensive lumber busi- 
ness. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Greenway, Mariapolis, Neetin and Glenora. 

GAZETTE, weekly; P. F. Curtis, publisher; established 1898; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
22 X 15. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 80. 

BELMONT, pop. 250, Co. Souris, on the Morris and Brandon Branch 
of the C. N. Ry., about 150 miles south-west of Winnipeg ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry and Chief Shipment : wheat. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Craigielea, Bru, Grund, Moropano, Ash Creek, Tiger Hills and 
Ninette. 

NEWS, weekly ; R. H. Matthews, publisher ; established 1903; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
i7>^ X 24. Circ'n % 

BIRTLE, pop. 422, Co. Marquette, on C. p. Ry., 200 miles W.N.W. 
of Winnipeg, and 65 miles N. N. W. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O», 
Bank. Chief Industries : grist milling and farming, cement block 
works, cheese and butter making. Chief Shipments : flour and 
country produce. The town contains besides its stores, etc., two 
hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Beulah, Solsgirth, St. Lazare, Binscarth and Millwood. 

EYE WITNESS, weekly ; E. J. Wilson, publisher; established 
1891 ; independent ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

BOISSEVAIN, pop. 979, Co. Souris, on the Pembina Mountain 
Branch of C. P. Ry. and Great Northern Ry., 20 miles E. of Delor- 
aine, 182 miles W.S.W. of Winnipeg; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : grain and flour mills, cement block works, wood- 
working and machine shops. Chief Shipments : grain, flour and 
live stock. The town contains four churches, public schools, six 
grain elevators, and is the centre of the best wheat growing district 
in South Manitoba. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Whitewater and Minto. 

GLOBE, weekly ; W. H. Ashley, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1890 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 17 X 24. Circ'n |^ 

RECORDER, weekly ; Boissevain Printing and Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1899 ; conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Ninga Neivs. 

BRANDON, pop. 10,408, Co. Brandon, on the Assiniboine River 
and C. P. Ry., M. & B. branch of the Canadian Northern Ry., 
and G. N. W. C. Ry., 133 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, planing, grist and other 
mills, stock raising and farming. Chief Shipments : wheat, live 
stock, lumber and farm produce. The city contains numerous 
churches, schools, convent, court house, jail, large grain elevators, 

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water works and fire department, and is lig^hted by electricity. 
Surrounding- towns and villag^es where no papers are published : 
Alexander, Chater, Martinville, Roseland, Shrubland, Elton, 
Douglas, Forest and Kemnay. 

SUN, every evening- except Sunday ; Western Publishing- Co. 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00; eight 
to twelve pag-es, size 17^ x 23. Circ'n 2 

WEEKLY, established 1882 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; sixteen pagfes, size 17^ x 23. Circ'n i}^ 

TIMES, every morning- except Sunday; Brandon Times Pub- 
lishing- Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; conservative ; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; four to eight pagfes, size 17 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1886 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve to twenty pag-es, size 17 x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publishes Saturday Times. . 

See Adx't. Page 104. 

CARBERRY, pop. i,iii, Co. Portag-e La Prairie, on the C.P.Ry., 
and C.N.Ry., 105 miles W. of Winnipeg-, 28 miles E. of Brandon ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour mill, farming- 
and stock raising. Chief Shipments : grain and stock. The town 
contains four churches and a public school, six elevators with a 
capacity of 300,000 bushels, municipally owned electric light 
plant, and an excellent waterworks and fire-fighting system. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Petrel, Brookdale, Edrans, Kerfoot, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellwood. 

EXPRESS, weekly, Ben.. A. Huckell, editor anB publisher; 
established 1892 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, weekly; W. I. Smale, editor and publisher; established 
1889; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 
X 20. Circ'n ^ 

CARMAN, pop. 1,530, Co. MacDonald, on the Boyne River, the 
Carman branch of the Western Division of C.P.Ry., on the Great 
Northern Ry. and on C.N.Ry., 52 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 
22 miles N. of Morden ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw and grist mills, brick yard and farming. Chief 
Shipments : grain and live stock. The town contains five churches 
and a public school and six grain elevators, and has electric 
light, sewers and waterworks. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Elm Creek, Headingly, Pomeroy 
and St. Claud. 

DUFF ERIN LEADER, weekly; Leader Printing and Publishing 
Co., publishers, T. J. Ashley-Banner, editor and manager ; estab- 
lished 1898; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 21. Circ'n ^ 

STAN DARD, weekly ; Geo. Harper, publisher; established 
1891 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n % 

CARTWRIGHT, pop. 350, Co. Souris, on C.P.Ry., 148 miles S.W. 
of Winnipeg and 90 miles W. of Emerson ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : stock raising and farming. Chief Shipments : 
grain and live stock. The town contains besides its stores, etc., 
three churches and one hotel. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Clearwater, Mather, Neelin, 
Enterprise and Bannerman. 

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SOUTHERN MANITOBA REVIEW, weekly; Robt. J. C 
Stead, . publisher ; established 1899; independent; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eig^ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

NOBLE DEEDS, monthly; Robert J. C. Stead, editor; estab- 
lish 1907 ; literary ; subscription 25 cents ; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

CRYSTAL CITY, pop. 630, Co. Lisgar, on C.P.Ry., 123 miles S.W. 
of Winnipeg- and 10 miles from the International boundary line; Tel., 
T., Ex., M.O. , Bank, Chief Industries: g"rist and planingf mills and 
stock farming-. Chief Shipments : g-rain and cattle. The town con- 
tains besides its stores, three churches, town hall, opera house, two 
hotels, flour mill and g-rain elevators. The town is surrounded by 
an exceeding-ly g-ood farmings district. Surrounding- towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Clearwater, Mather and 
Marring-hurst. 

COU Rl ER, weekly; Charles Walker, publisher; established 1898; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n ^ 

GYPRESS RIVER, pop. 500, Co. MacDonald, on Cypress River 
and C.P.Ry., 95 miles west of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Shipments : wheat, live stock and dairy produce. The town 
contains three churches, hig-h school, town hall and trades council. 
There are four large general stores, four implement warehouses, 
large machine shops and lumber yards, several hardware stores and 
five large grain elevators. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Treesbank, Bru, St. Alphonse, Grange and Bruxelles. 
WESTERN PRAIRIE, weekly ; R. Vasey, publisher; estab- 
lished 1896; independent; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 20 X 13. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 360 

DAUPHIN, pop. 1,670, Co. Dauphin, on C.N.Ry., 178 miles N.W. 
of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: flour and 
saw mills. Chief Shipments : lumber, flour and feed. The town 
contains besides its stores and mills, fire hall, opera hoiise and 
three hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Arden Station, Beulah, Binscarth, Fox Warren, Milwood, 
Newdale, Solsgirth, . Woolson, Ashville, Valley River and Winni- 
pegosis. 

HERALD, weekly, F. F. Moore, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1897; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; 12 pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

PRESS, weekly ; Geo. King, publisher ; established 1896 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 
i7>^ X 22. ; Circ'n ^ 

DELORAINE, pop. 856, Co. Souris, on Winnipeg- Napinka branch 
of the C.P.Ry., 202 miles S.W. of Winnipeg and 13 miles from 
the International Boundary line; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : mining and farming. Chief Shipments : coal, grain and 
li-ve stock. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Whitewater, Medora, Lauder, Montefiore, Turtle Mountain and 
, Goodlands. , . 

ADVERTISER, weekly ; Frank Lush, publisher; established 
1899 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n Yz 

TIMES, weekly ; Geo. Paterson, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1887 ; liberal; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
size 15x22. Circ'n ^ 

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DOMINION CITY, pop. 550, Co. Provencher, situated on Roseau 
River, on Emerson branch of the C.P.Ry., 55 miles S. of Winnipeg, 
10 miles north from the boundary line at Emerson ; Tel., Ex., M.O, 
The centre of a fine grain and stock raising- country. Wood 
abundant, spruce, tamarack, elm, oak and poplar. Chief Ship- 
ments : grain and live stock and lumber. The town contains three 
churches, opera house, a large town hall, many good stores, and a 
large number of fine residences. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Carlourie, Stuartburn, Greenridge, Ridge- 
ville, Langside, Morrais, Letellier and St. Jean Baptiste. 

WEEKLY ECHO, weekly; D. Phillips, publisher, F. L. Phillips, 
manager ; established 1898 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 20 x 13. Circ'n X 

ELGIN, pop. 450, Co. Souris, on Can. Nor. Ry., 160 miles S. W. 
of Winnipeg, 132 miles W. of Hartney June, and 1 2 miles S. of Souris. 
Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipments : grain and produce. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Underbill, Argue, Menteith, Wapaha, Sheppardville, Fairfax and 
Heaslip. 

BANNER, weekly; Andrew King, publisher; established 
1901 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

ELKHORN, pop. 525, Co. Brandon, on Main Line of C.P.Ry., 65 
miles N.W^. of Brandon, 205 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: grain and flour and grist mills. Chief 
Shipments: flour, cattle and grain. The town contains besides its_ 
stores, mills, etc. , three churches, three hotels, four grain elevators 
with capacity of 125,000 bushels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Reaper, Hargrave, Ebor, Kirkella 
and Burnbank. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; W. J. Thompson, editor and publisher ; 
established 1892 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n }^ 

ELM CREEK, pop. 124, Co. Macdonald, at junction of Souris and 
Carman branches of C. P. Ry. Formerly swamp land, but now 
good wheat growing country. Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. The town 
has good hotel, four general and two hardware stores, butcher, 
baker, blacksmith, lumber yard, two implement warehouses, three 
elevators, three churches and good residences. Chief Industry : 
farming. Chief Shipment : grain. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Starbuck, Fannystelle, St. Claude, 
Barnsley. 

MAIL, weekly; C. H. Lemmon, publisher ; established 1904; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

EMERSON, pop. 920, Co. Provencher, the terminus of Emerson Sec-, 
tion of C.P.Ry., and on C. N. Ry., G. N. Ry., Soo Line and direct 
connection with N. P. Ry. , 66 miles S. of W^innipeg, within two 
miles of the N. Dakota boundary line; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, dairying, ranching, grist and flour mills. 
Chief Shipments : live stock, grain, dairy and farm produce. The 
■ town contains five churches and a public school, grain elevators, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where^ no papers are published : 
Rosenfeldt, Gretna, St. Pie, Stuartburn, Letellier, Ridgeville and 
Arnaud. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; W. B. Ballantyne, publisher; established 
1895 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages,.'size 

' ^'" .15x22. Circ'n }4. 

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GILBERT PLAINS, pop. 436, Co Dauphin, on Can. Nor. Ry., 
190 miles N.W. of Winnipeg-, 90 miles N. of Brandon ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming- and ranching. Chief 
Shipments : grain, produce and live stock. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Oaknook, Howard, Valley 
River, Wilford and Spruce Creek. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; A. G. Stewart, publisher; estabHshed 
1901 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

GLADSTONE, pop. 828, Co. Portage La Prairie, on C. p. Ry. and 
Can. Nor. Ry. , 34 miles N.W. of Portage La Prairie, 40 miles E. of 
Minnedosa, 85 miles W. by N. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipments : grain. The 
villag-e contains three churches, a public school, etc. Surrounding 
towns and villages were no papers are published : Doug-las, 
Chater, Burnside and Poplar Point. 

AGE, weekly ; Geo. P. Minaker, publisher; established 1884; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight to twelve pages, 
size 22 x 15. Circ'n ^ 

GLENBORO, pop. 600, Co. Portage La Prairie, on Souris (S.W. 
branch) of C.P.Ry., lOO miles W. by S. of Winnipeg, 45 miles E. of 
Souris; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : grain, grist 
and saw mills. Chief Shipments : live stock, wheat, and lumber. 
The town contains besides its stores, mills, etc., two hotels. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Stockton, Hilton, Skalholt, Methven, Greenway and Bru. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; R. M. West, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1892 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13x20. Circ'n i 

GRAND VIEW, pop. 750, Co. Dauphin, on Valley River and 
main line C.N.Ry., 208 miles N.W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : g-rain and flour, grist and saw mills and brick 
works. Chief Shipments: grain and lumber. The village contains, 
besides its sixteen stores, etc., three hotels, four grain elevators 
and three flat warehouses with a capacity of 160,000 bushels, and 
a pump factory. Has also excellent waterworks and larg-e saw 
mills, lumber yards, blacksmiths' and machine shops. It is the 
centre of a fertile farming: district with a population of 5,500, and the 
mountain ranges (Duck Mountains on the N. and Riding Mountains 
on the S.), which bound the valley, abound in game and are heavily 
timbered. 

EX PON ENT, weekly ; A. G. Graham, publisher; established 

1901 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n yi 

HAMIOTA, pop. 600, Co. Marquette, on C. P. R. Branch (Brandon 
to Miniota), 165 miles West of Winnipeg, 38 miles N.W. of 
Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : grist and flour 
mills. Chief Shipments : grrain, flour, cattl6 and hogs. The town 
contains besides its stores, mills, etc., three churches and two , 
hotels. Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are 
published : Oak River, Crandell, Kenton, Bradwarding, Lenore, 
Harding and Westwood. 

ECHO, weekly; Ed. L. Stone, editor and proprietor ; established 

1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eig-ht pag-es, 
size xiYz x 22. 

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HARTNEY, pop. 653, Co. Souris, on Souris section of C. P. Ry. 
and on Winnipeg--Hartney branch of C. N. Ry., i66 miles S. and 
W. of Winnipeg-, 22 miles S. W. of Brandon, and 10 miles S. W. 
of Souris ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming 
and milling. Chief Shipments : grain and flour. The town con- 
tains besides its stores, mills, etc., five churches, schools, opera 
house, eight large elevators and several hotels. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Lauder, Underbill and 
Delean. 

STAR, weekly ; Walpole Murdock, publisher; established 1892 ; 
independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n ]/^ 

HOLLAND, pop. 476, Co. MacDonald, 85 miles west of Winnipeg- on 
Souris section ofC.P.Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries: farming and ranching. Chief Shipments: wheat, cattle, wood 
and flour. Annual exports of wheat average 350,000 bushels. The 
village has three churches, intermediate school with four teachers, 
flour mill of 75 barrels capacity, and five elevators. Surrounding- 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Rathwell, 
Bruxelles and Camille. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; Herriott & Wood, publishers; established 
1893 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

HOLMFIELD, pop. 250, Co. Souris, on C.P.Ry. and C.N.Ry., 150 
miles S.W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
try : farming. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. The village 
has, besides its stores, churches and schools, three hotels, three 
elevators, flour mill, machine shops, two public halls, and a creamery 
being planned. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Neelin, Greenway, Glenora, Lena, Wakapa, Defaust 
and Mather. 

PRESS, weekly; V. C. Dunning-, editor and publisher; established 
1906; mdependent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 x 22. Circ'n % 

KILLARNEY, pop. 1,117, Co. Souris, on the Pembina section 
(Winnipeg to Napinka) of C.P.Ry., 164 miles S.W. of Winnipeg; 55 
miles E. of Napinka; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
agricultural implements, wag-on making, cheese factory, flour mills 
and farming. Chief Shipments : farming tools and machines, cattle, 
grain and other agricultural products. The town contains three 
churches, public and high schools, and about forty places of general 
business. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Fairhall, Lyonshall, Lena and Bannerman. 

GUIDE, weekly ; J. H. Monteith, publisher ; established 1893 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 17^1 x 24. 

Circ'n ^ 

MACGREGOR, pop. 640, Co. Portage La Prairie, on the western 
division (Winnipeg- and Swift Current branch) of C.P.Ry., 67 miles 
W. of Winnipeg- and 21 miles W. of Portag-e La Prairie ; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: wheat, flour and grist mills. Chief 
Shipments : grain, flour and lumber. The town contains besides its 
stores, mills, etc., three churches and three hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Beaver Creek, 
Wellington, Rose Hill, Bagot, Burnside and Sidney. 

HERALD, weekly ; James L. Corvil, publisher; established 1896; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 22 x 15. 

Circ'n ^ 

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MANITOU, pop. 717, Co. Lisg-ar, on the Pembina branch of the 
C.P.R}%, 78 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, and 100 miles E. of Napinka ; 
Tel.,T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: C.P.Ry. shops, carriage 
factory and farming. Chief Shipments : grain and farm pro- 
duce. Besides its stores, the town has five churches, public and 
normal schools and five elevators. Surrounding towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Darlingford, Altamont, La 
Riviere, Snowflake and Mowbray. 

WESTERN CANADIAN, weekly; J. A. Brown, publisher; 
established 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pages, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n ^ 

MELITA, pop. 784, Co. Souris, on Souris River, Souris section (Kem- 
nav to Estevan) of C.P.Ry., 185 miles W. by S. of Winnipeg-, 41 
miles E. of Estevan ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Situated in the 
midst of a rich farming- country. Chief Industries : milling-, wagon 
making, pump and planing- factory, brick yard and cement block 
works and farming-. Chief Shipments : wheat, farm produce, flour, 
wagons and farm implements. The town contains four churches 
and hig^h and public schools. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dalesboro, Elva, Lauder and 
Medosa. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. J. Graham, publisher; established 
1891 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n i 

WESTERN PROGRESS, weekly; Robt. Simpson, publisher; 
established 1899; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag-es, size 22 x 15. Circ'n ^ 

MIAMI, pop. 750, Co. MacDonald, on the Morris and Somerset 
branch of the Can. Nor. Ry., 65 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 38 miles 
W. of Morris. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: 
' farming. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. The village 

contains besides its several stores, etc., three churches, school and 
hotel. 

HERALD, weekly; John S . Brundige, publisher; established 1901; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. Circ'n X 

MINIOTA, pop. 200, Co. Marquette, terminal of the C.P.Ry. branch 
from Brandon ; 65 miles N.W. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : farming-. Besides it stores, the town contains two 
churches, school, town hall, two hotels and four elevators. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Burn- 
bank, De Clare, Rutherglen, Manson, Arrow River, Penrith, Lucas 
and Beulah. 

HERALD, weekly; Dingle & Walford, publishers ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

MINNEDOSA, pop. 1,299, Co. Marquette, on the Little Saskatchewan 
River and N.W. branch C.P.Ry., 133 miles W. of Winnipeg, 78 
miles W. of Portage La Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour and saw mills, stock raising and farming. Chief 
Shipments : wheat, lumber, cattle and other produce. The town 
contains four churches and two public schools. 

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MERCURY, weekly ; John McQuarrie, publisher; established 
1905 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag^es, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n Yz 

TRI BU N E, weekly ; David Canrton, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six 
pag-es, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

MIN T O, pop. 400, Co. Souris, at the junction of the C. N. Ry. 
and G. N. Ry., 160 miles W. of Winnipeg, and 25 miles S. of Bran- 
don ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : mixed farming 
and dairying. Chief Shipments : wheat, live stock and dairy pro- 
ducts. The town contains, besides its stores, two churches and a 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Fairfax, Margaret, Dunrea and Heaslip. 

PACKET, weekly ; W. G. Pickell, editor and proprietor ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

M OR DEN, pop. 1,437, Co. Lisgar, on Dead Horse Creek and 
Pembina section of C.P.Ry., 70 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 121 miles 
E. of Deloraine; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : farming 
and stock raising. Chief Shipments : live stock and grain. The 
town contains seven churches, high and public schools, two 
chartered banks and seven elevators, with a capacity of about 
250,000 bushels. Surrounding toWns and villages where no papers 
are published : Darlingford, Thornhill, Rosebank, Nelson, Plum 
Coulee, Shadeland and Glencross. 

CHRONICLE, weekly ; T. A. Love, editor ; established 1880 ; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 22x17. 

Circ'n i^ 

EMPIRE, weekly; The Morden Empire Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers, Neil Fox, manager ; established 1896 ; conservative ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1 .00 ; eight pages, size 22 x 15. Circ'n ^ 

MORRIS, pop. 513, Co. Provencher, on C.P.Ry. and Can. Nor. Ry., 
43 miles S. of W^innipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming and lumbering . Chief Shipments : lumber and 
country produce. The town contains besides its stores, etc., three 
churches, four elevators and two hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Rosenfeld, McTavish, 
Osborne, De Wet and Shanawan. 

H ERALD, weekly ; McKenzie & Code, publishers ; established 
1880 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 17^ X 24. Circ'n ^ 

NAPINKA, pop. 575, Co. Souris, on terminus of Pembina Sect. West. 
Div. C.P.Ry., 56 miles S.W. of Brandon, 180 miles W. byS. of Winni- 
peg ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching. 
Chief Shipments : wheat and live stock. The village has three 
churches, three hotels, and nine stores. 

NEW CENTURY, weekly ; Robert Simpson, publisher; 
established 1903 ; independent-conservative ; Friday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n Vz 

NEEPAW A, pop. 1,895, Co. Portage La Prairie, on the Northwestern 
Division of C.P.Ry. and main line of C.N.Ry., 117 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 61 miles N.W. of Portage La Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : grain and stock raising, lumber- 

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ing, dairying, flour mill, sash and door factory, machine shops. 
Chief Shipments : wheat, flour, cattle and hogfs, dairy pro- 
duce, sashes, doors and farm implements. The town contains 
four churches, hig-h and pyblic schools, hospital, grist mill, 
and eight elevators with a capacity of 275,000 bushels. The town 
owns and opei-ates its own telephone and electric light systems suc- 
cessfully at very low rates. The Manitoba Fat Stock Show 
and the N. W. Agricultural and Arts Association Summer Fair are 
held in the town in fair grounds and buildings. Surrounding towns 
and villages were no papers are published : Eden, Arden, Keyes, 
Kelwood, Riding Mountain, Oberon, Birnie, McCreary, Glenella, 
Brookdale, Moore Park, Wellwood and Franklin. 

PRESS, semi-weekly ; Neepawa Press Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
A. Dunlop, manager ; established 1896 ; liberal ; Tuesday and 
Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,428* 

See Advt. Page 44. 

REGISTER, weekly ; Geo. R. Belton, editor, Neepawa Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers; established 1884; independent- 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 

22>^XI5)^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,469* 

NINGA, pop. 200, Co. Souris, on Pembina Branch of C.P.Ry., 175 
miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 44 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming and flour mills. The town con- 
tains three churches, four elevators, two schools, hotel, lumber 
yard, machine shops and stores. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Hyder, Rhodes and Lyonshall, 

NEWS, weekly ; Boissevain Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1903 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Boissevain Recorder. 

NORWOOD, a residential suburb of Winnipeg. 
See Win7ii^eg. 

OAK LAKE, pop. 500, Co. Brandon, on the main line of the 
C.P.Ry., i^ miles from Assiniboine River, 165 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 40 miles N. of Deloraine; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grist and flour mills. Chief Shipments : grain and 
stock. The town contains besides its stores, etc., four churches 
and a public school. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Alexander, Griswold, Harding, Kenton and Routledge. 

N EWS, weekly ; A. C. Young, publisher ; established 1899 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n y^ 

See Advt. Page 34. 

PIERSON, pop. 575, Co. Souris, on Souris Sect. Western Division of 
C.P.Ry., 198 miles W. by S. of Winnipeg, 70 miles E. of Estevan, 
being about five miles from the boundary line of Alberta, Chief 
Industries : wheat-growing and ranching. Chief Shipments : wheat 
and live stock. 

REVIEW. No report. 

PILOT MOUND, pop. 589, Co. Lisgar, on the Pembina section of 
the C. P. Ry., 125 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 77 miles E. of Deloraine ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, stock raising 
and oatmeal mills. Chief Shipments : cattle, butter, oatmeal and 

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grain. The villag-e contains five churches, a public school and five 
grain elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Clear Water, Snowflake, Mariapolis, Wood Bay, 
Purvis, Mowbray, Glenora and Mather. 

SENTINEL, weekly; C. A. Barber, editor and publisher; 
established 1884; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n Yi 

PIPESTONE, pop. 250, Co. Brandon, on Areola Branch of C. P. Ry., 
175 miles W. of Winnipeg, 22 miles from the Alberta boundary, and 
50 miles W. of Brandon; Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industries: grain 
growing. It is in the centre of a splendid farming district, and 
markets nearly 500,000 bushels of wheat a year. 

PIPESTONE SITTINGS, weekly; J. G. Rattray, publisher: 
established 1907; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

PLUMAS, pop. 200, Co. Dauphin, on C.N.Ry., 16 miles N. of Glad- 
stone, and 50 miles N.W. of Portage la Prairie ; Tel., Ex., M.O. 
It has g-eneral and hardware stores, blacksmith shops, drug store, 
etc., to accommodate the large and increasing agricultural popu- 
lation surrounding-. Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipment : 
grain. 

STANDARD, weekly; W. D. Lamb, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1905; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pagfes, size 13 x 20. Circ'n yi 

See Advt. Page 34. 

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, pop. 5,106, Co. Portage La Prairie, 56 
* miles due west of Winnipeg-, on the main lines of the C.P. Ry., the 
Can. Nor. Ry., the G. T. P. Ry., and the Great Northern Ry., all 
transcontinental systems; divisional point for Can. Nor. Ry. and Gt. 
Nor. Ry. (Midland Branch). Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour mills of 1,500 barrels daily capacity, oatmeal mills, 
foundry and machine works, wire fence factories, brick yards with 
annual output of 15,000,000, sash and door factories, cig-ar factory, 
confectionery. Chief Shipments : grain, flour, oatmeal, and the 
products of its factories. The town contains the court house and 
jail. Provincial Reformatory for boys, Provincial Home for Incur- 
ables, lands title office, customs office, Indian Ag-ency, has electric 
light, waterworks and sewerage system and gas plant. Surround- 
ing- towns and villages where no papers are published: Oakland, 
Bumside, Westboume, Macdonald, High Bluff", Poplar Point, Bagot 
and Austin. 

GRAPHIC, every evening except Sunday ; C. D. McPherson, 
publisher ; established 1897 ; liberal ; subscription $2.50 ; six and 
eight pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n )^ 

WEEKLY {Manitoba Liberal) ; established i88o ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; ten to twelve pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

REVIEW, every evening except Sunday; Review Printing- and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; conservative; sub- 
scription $3.00; six to eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, established 1879; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
to twelve pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2 

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RAPID CITY, pop. 738, Co. Marquette, on the Little Saskatchewan, 
and terminus of Saskat. & W. Ry. and C. P. Ry. Branch (Brandon 
to Miniota), 145 miles W. of Winnipeg^, 22 miles N. of Brandon; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: flour and woollen mills, brick 
works, creamery and electric power and light works. Chief Ship- 
ments : flour, grain, live stock and butter. The town is in the centre 
of a rich mixed farming district, and contains four churches, a public 
school and four large elevators with a capacity of 140,000 bushels. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Basswbod, Newdale, Ciadurcis, Moline, Totonka, Oak River and 
Pettapiece. 

MARQUETTE REPORTER, weekly ; H. C. Clay, publisher ; 
established 1890; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. See Adi/t. Page 37. Circ'n ^ 

RATH WELL, pop. 150, Co. MacDonald, on the C.P.Ry., 65 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg, 25 miles S.W. of Portage la Prairie; Tel., Ex., 
M.O. Chief Industry : farming. 

RECORD, weekly; H. V. Ross, publisher; established 1907; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 17^ x 22. 
Also publishes Treherne Times. 

RESTON, pop. 500., Co. Brandon, on the C.P.Ry., 175 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 15 miles from the Saskatchewan Boundary; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 

RECORDER, weekly; Manning Bros., publishers; established 
1905; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

ROBLIN, pop. 300, Co. Marquette, on the C.N. Ry., 241 miles N.W. 
of Winnipeg and 10 miles from the Saskatchewan Boundary, near 
the Duck and Riding Mountains; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grain growing, cattle raising and lumbering. Chief 
Shipments : lumber, wheat and live stock. The Duck Mountains 
adjoining abound in game of various kinds, and the town is becoming 
a popular summer resort. The settlers are coming in rapidly and 
are nearly all English speaking. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Tumbell, Makaroff", Shevlin, Short- 
dale, Castleavery, Millwood and Togo. 

MESSENGER AND SHELL RIVER NEWS, weekly; 
G. A. Graham, publisher ; established 1906 ; independent ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

ROLAND, pop. 550, Co. MacDonald, on Morris and Brandon branch 
of Can. Nor. Ry., 55 miles S.W. ofWinnipeg.; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industry: farming. Chief Shipments: grain and farm produce. 
The town contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Rosebank, 
Lone Farm and Myrtle. 

NEWS» weekly; S. T. Tyndale, publisher; established 1898; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n yi 

RUSSEL, pop. 500, Co. Marquette, terminus of the Shell River branch 
of the C. P. Ry., 195 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, and about 10 miles 
from the Sasketchewan boundary line ; Tel. , Ex. , M. O. , Bank. Chief 
Industries : ranching, farming and lumbering. Chief Shipments : 
cattle, lumber and country produce. The town contains besides its 

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stores, etc., two hotels. Dr. Barnardo's home and industrial farm 
are also located here. Surrounding^ towns and villag^es where no 
papers are published : Shellmouth, Assessippi, Minniska, Binscarth, 
Millwood, Barnardo and Solsg-irth. 

BANNER, weekly ; Joseph Mclntyre, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht pages, 
size 20 X 13. See Advt. Page 89. Circ'n yi 

St. BONIFACE pop. 5,119, Co. Provencher, on the Red River, 
immediately opposite Winnipeg-, on the Emerson branch of the 
C.P.Ry. and Can. Nor. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. An iron 
traffic and passenger bridge gives access to Winnipeg. Chief 
Industries : lumbering, farming, fur trading and tanneries. Chief 
Shipments : furs, leather, lumber and farm produce. The city 
contains Roman Catholic churches, schools, convent, R. C. hospital 
and college, also the R. C. Bishop's residence dnd an orphanage. 
It has water works and fire department. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Springfield, Bird's Hill, Parkdale, 
St. Andrews and St. Norbert. 

LE MANITOBA, French, weekly ; A. Gauvin, publisher; estab- 
lished 1871 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $i.oo ; four 
pages, size i8 x 24. Circ'n 2% 

SELKIRK, pop. 2,701, Co. Selkirk, on the East bank of the Red 
* River, and the Selkirk branch of the C. P. Ry. and terminus of 
W., S. & L. W. Ry., at the head of deep water navigation, 22 miles 
N. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw 
and planing mills, lumbering, boat-building, fishing and farming. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, fish and farm produce. The town contains 
six churches, high and public schools, town hall, opera house, free 
library, three hotels, livery stables, stores, etc. The surrounding 
district is good farming land. Selkirk is the capital of the county. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Tyndall, Beausejour, St. Andrews, Norway House, Grand Rapids, 
Monmouth, Clandeboye, Cloverdale, Mapleton and Fort Alexander. 
EXPOSITOR, weekly; E. Edwards, publisher; established 
1899; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n %, 

RECORD, weekly; Robt. W. Stewart, editor and publisher; 
established 1885 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 13 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

SHOAL LAKE, pop. 450, Co. Marquette, on Manitoba & N.W.Ry., 
171 miles N. W. of Winnipeg, and 115 miles N. W. of Portage La 
Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : cattle 
raising and mixed farming. The town contains, besides its stores, 
five elevators and several warehouses, four churches and three 
hotels. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Strath- 
clair, Newdale, Basswood, Kelloe, Solsgirth, Oakburn and 
Rossburn. 

STAR, weekly; R. G. Widdicombe, publisher; established 
1898; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n ^ 

SIDNEY, pop. 200, Co. Portage La Prairie, on the C.P. Ry., 85 miles 
W. of Winnipeg, 39 miles E. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Panser, Austin, Melbourne, Arizona, 
Kerfoot and MacLachlan. 

SPECTATOR, weekly. No Report. 

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SOMERSET, pop. 150, Co. MacDonald, on Morris and Brandon 
Branch of Can. Nor. Ry., 85 miles S.W. of Winnipeg- and 70 miles 
S.E. of Brandon; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
farming- and ranching-. Chief Shipments : g-rain, cordwood, cattle 
and hog-s. The town contains three churches, public school, etc. 
Surroundings villag^es where no papers are published : Leary's, 
AUamont and Deerwood. 

CENTURY, weekly; Robt. W. McMorran, publisher; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pag-es, size 20 x 13. Circ'n ^ 

SOURIS, pop. 1,413, Co. Brandon, on Souris River and Souris and 
S.W. branches of the C.P.Ry., 150 miles W. of Winnipeg- and 15 
miles S. W. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
farmings, lumbering-, foundry and brick yard. Chief Shipments : 
g-rain and lumber. The town contains, besides its stores, etc., two 
hotels, a larg-e hig-h school, four churches, several g-rain elevators 
with a total capacity of 265,000 bushels. Surrounding- villages where 
no papers are published : Monteitli Junction, Beresford, Monteith 
and Kemnay. 

PLAIN DEALER, weekly ; Wm. J.Barclay, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1892 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 15 x 22. Circ'n }^ 

STONEWALL, pop. 1,074, Co. Selkirk, on the Stonewall Section 
of the C.P.Ry., 20 miles N.W. of Winnipeg-; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming-, g^rist mills, stone quarries and lime kilns. 
Chief Shipments : stone, lime, cheese, g-rain and live stock. The town 
contains four churches and two public schools . Surrounding- towns 
and villag-es where no papers are published : Erinview, Balmoral, 
Wavy Bank, Rosser, Stoney Mountain, Strathewen and Teulon. 

ARGUS, weekly; Ira Stratton, publisher; established 1893; 
liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 18x24. 

Circ'n % 

GAZETTE, weekly; Joseph McClure, publisher; established 
1894 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, 
size 17^ x 24. Circ'n ^ 

SWAN LAKE, pop. 275, Co. MacDonald, on Winnipeg-- Virden 
Branch of Can. Nor. Ry., 83 miles S.W. of Winnipeg- and 65 
miles S. E. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
farming-, stock raising- and larg-e flour mill. Chief Shipments : 
g-rain, flour and cattle. Surrounding- villag-es where no papers are 
published : Leary's, Indian Spring-s, Mariapolis, King-sley, Beacons- 
field and Norquay. 

ECHO, weekly; C. E. Pentland, publisher ; established 1902 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

See Advt. Page 95. Circ'n yi 

SWAN RIVER, pop. 500, Co. Dauphin, on the Swan River and 
Can. Nor. Ry., about 10 miles from the boundary line of Saskat- 
chewan, 240 miles N. W. of Winnipeg, and 115 miles N. of Birtle ; 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipment : 
farm produce. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Birt River, Bowsman, Lidstone, Harlington, Minburg and 
Fishers. 

GIMLET, weekly. No report. 

STAR, weekly; W. H. Glendinning, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
size, 13 X 20. Circ'n yi 

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TREHERNE, pop. 600, Co. Macdonald, on the Winnipeg--Souris 
♦ branch of C.P.Ry., 77 miles S.W. of Winnipeg. Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : planing^ mill, machine shop, grist mills, 
flour mills and farming. Chief Shipments : flour and grain, hogs 
and cattle. The town contains, besides its stores, etc., five 
churches, two hotels, six grain elevators, with total capacity of 
214,000 bushels, and good public school. Surrounding villages 
where no papers are published : Olive, Indian Ford, and Notre 
Dame de Lourdes. 

TIMES, weekly ; Hedley V. Ross, publisher ; established 1899 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
17)^ X 22. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 43. 

Also publishes Rathzvell Record. 

VIRDEN, pop. 1,471, Co. Brandon, on Ebor Creek and C.P.Ry., 
185 miles W. of Winnipeg, 37 miles W. of Brandon, 39 miles S.E. 
of Moosomin ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, 
stock raising and flour mills. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. 
The town contains three churches, public school, and six elevators, 
with a capacity of 200,000 bushels. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Hargrave, Daly, Woodworth, Routledge, 
Hillview and Lenore. 

ADVANCE, weekly; H. J. Newman, publisher; established 
1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size i7>^ X 22. Circ'n \]i 

EMPIRE, weekly; McLachlan & McClelland, publishers; 
established 1905. 

W ASK AD A, pop. 300, Co. Souris, on Deloraine to Lyleton spur of 
Pembina section of C.P.Ry., 185 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 50 miles 
S. of Virden; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: farming 
and ranching. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Coulter, Corona, Souris- 
ford, Goodlands and Hernefield. 

EXPOSITOR, weekly ; J. W\ Read, proprietor and publisher ; 
established 1903 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

WAWANESA, pop. 367, Co. Brandon, on Souris River and Morris 
and Brandon branch Can. Nor. Ry., 120 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 
25 miles S.E. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industry: agriculture. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. 
The village has several stores, three churches, school, opera house, 
a hotel and flour mill. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published: Treesbank, Methven, Nesbitt and Ashdown. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; Schell Bros., publishers; estab- 
lished 1903; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ n Yz 

WINNIPEG, pop. 90,153, Co. Selkirk, the capital of the province, is 
situated at the confluence of the Assiniboia and Red Rivers, 40 
miles S. of Lake Winnipeg, 1,425 miles west of Montreal and 1,481 
miles east of Vancouver ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Twelve 
main or branch lines of railroad centre in the city. Chief Industries : 

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flour, saw, planing-, grist and oatmeal mills, foundries, machine 
shops, breweries, soap, biscuit, confectionery, boots and shoes, 
pickles and sauces, aerated waters, cured meats, linseed oil, 
quarries, abattoirs, etc. Chief Shipments : grain, live stock and 
the products of its manufactories, the wholesale and jobbing centre 
of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Bank clearings, 1900, 
$106,956,720 ; r905, $369,868,179 ; 1906, $504,585,914. The city 
contains 115 churches and missions, 26 public schools, with a 
registered attendance of 13,445, ^"<^ six parochial schools with 1200 
pupils, six coUeg-es, a university, new agricultural coUeg-e, academies, 
ladies' schools, the Provincial Government buildings, court house, 
g-aols, chief offices of the Dominion Government in the west, city 
hall, million dollar Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel, $100,000 
Cameg-ie library. Industrial Exhibition building- costing- $160,000, 
markets, fire stations and police stations, water works, electric 
street and house lig-hting, gas and electric street railway, seven 
bridges, permanent and volunteer military force. The history of 
Winnipeg, with its wonderful growth and prog-ress, reads like a 
chapter from some romance. Building's erected in 1900 estimated 
cost $1,441,863; in 1901, $1,708,557; 1902, $2,408,125; 1903, 
$5,689,400 ; 1904, $9,651,750 ; 1905, $10,846,200 ; 1906, $12,736,250. 
Thirty-three years ago Winnipeg's population was less than 1,000, 
and the school attendance was only 35 ; it was but a post of the 
Hudson Bay Co., without churches, streets or railroads, and but a 
few years previously the Indian chased herds of buffalo across the 
prairie where the city now stands. It is now the railroad and busi- 
ness centre of the Canadian Northwest. It is in the famous Red 
River Valley, and surrounded by good farmings, timber, and mining- 
districts with extensive lake fisheries. The streets of the citv are 
generally wide, the principal avenues being 132 feet, and many are 
paved with asphalt, block and macadam. The sidewalks are con- 
crete, tile and plank. The city is spreading rapidly over a wide 
territory, with its wide streets and its detached houses. Not less 
than 14,000 acres has been covered by its 140 miles of sewers, 100 
miles of paved streets, 80 miles of which are boulevarded, and 315 
miles of sidewalks. Approximately 140 miles of water mains have 
been laid down since the city's incorporation about 34 years ag-o ; 
10,362 houses have sewer and 15,000 have water connections. In 
1890 the rateable assessment of the city was $18,612,410 ; in 1900, 
$25,077,460; in 1905, $62,727,630, and in 1906, $80,511,725. These 
facts g-ive some idea of the rapid progress being made. The grain 
business of the Canadian West centres in Winnipeg, and for the last 
four years the average amount of wheat exports has exceeded 
50,000,000 bushels per y^ar. This is evidence enough of the nature 
of the soil tributary to Winnipeg. In addition to agriculture a con- 
siderable fishing business is done in the large Northern lakes, and 
timber and mining enterprises abound on their shores. Winnipeg 
city owns and operates its own asphalt paving plant, its own quarry, 
public lighting, water works, including high pressure system for fire 
protection costing $560,000, and fire alarm plants. Winnipeg has 
decided to encourage manufacturers by affording cheap power. A 
power sight has been secured on the Winnipeg River where a total 
of 50,000 h.p. can be developed. The citizens have passed a by-law 
authorising the city to borrow $3,250,000 to be used in acquiring 
this site and installing the necessary plant and works to bring addi- 
tional power to the city, where a private power company now 
operates. A by-law to authorize the issue of $600,000 for the 
purpose of constructing gas works for the city has also been 
endorsed by the citizens. 

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FREE PRESS, every morning-, {Evening Nevus Bulletin) every 
evening- except Sunday; Manitoba Free Press Co., publishers, 
E. H. Macklin, manager ; established 1874 ; liberal; subscription 
$3.00 to $6.00 ; sixteen to forty-eight pages, size 24 x 17. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 36,016^ 

WEEKLY ; established 1872 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty to twenty-four pages ; size 17 x 24. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 22,941 ♦ 

Advt. — The Manitoba Daily Free Press and the Weekly Free Press and Prairie 
Farmer combined cover completely the entire Western Canadian field from Lake 
Superior to the Rocky Mountains, a territory some iscx) miles in length by over 250 in 
breadth, containing a population of nearly one million persons. The Daily Free 
Press has a larger circulation in Western Canada than all other dailies published 
in the same field, and the circulation 0/ the Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer 
exceeds that of any other weekly published in the same territory. 

The Daily Free Press carries more display advertising than any other daily in 
the Dominion, and more classified or " want " advertising than any other Canadian 
daily, and/our or five times as much as any other daily in the JVest. A uniform 
fiat rate for each edition. See Advt. Pages 14 and is. 

TELEGRAM, every morning and evening- except Sunday; 
Telegram Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1894 ; con- 
servative ; subscription, $6.00 morning-, $3.00 evening- ; fourteen to 
forty-eight pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 21,583^^ 

WEEKLY; estabHshed 1894; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen to twenty-four pages, size 17 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 13,768* 

Advt. — The Daily Telegram had a sworn average circulation for first 5 numths 
of igof of 22,g24, weekly average 20,350. It is the favorite paper in over one half the 
homes tn Winnipeg. Circulation guaranteed by the A. A. A. Books open to all. 
Sworn detailed statement on request. See Advt. Page lOg. 

TRI BUN E, every evening except Sunday; Tribune Publishing- 
Co., publishers ; established 1890 ; independent ; subscription $2.00 ; 
ten pages up, size 17 x 24. Circ'n 15 

WEEKLY; established 1890; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
twenty to twenty-four pages, size 17 x 24. 

DAILYGRAIN LETTER, daily supplement to Market Record; 
Amalgamated Press of Canada, Ltd., publishers; grain market 
reports; one pag-e, size 9 x 12. 

Does not hisert advertisements. 

Also publish Market Record and Canada Hotels Journal. 

CENTRAL CATHOLIC, weekly; The Central Catholic, pub- 
lishers; established 1906; religious; Roman Catholic; Saturday; 
subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, size 8^ x 12. Circ'n 2)^ 

COMMERCIAL, weekly ; Hugh C. MacLean Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1882 ; commercial and financial ; Saturday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; thirty-six to sixty pages, size 10)^ x 14. 

Also publish Vaticouver Lumberman and Contractor . Circ'n 4^ 

FARMERS' ADVOCATE, AND HOME JOURNAL, weekly; 
Farmers' Advocate of Winnipeg, Ltd., publishers ; established 1866; 
ag-ricultural ; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; thirty-six to forty- 
four pages ; size 10)^ x 14. Circ'n 20 

Advt. — Advertisers find this oldest agricultural weekly in Western Canada to be 
the best mediutn, covering as it does, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British 
Columbia. Well printed and profusely illustrated. — Edited by practical farmers. 
Departments for the Horse, Stock, Fat;m, Dairy, Poultry, Horticulture, Forestry, 
Markets and the Home. Sample copies and rate cards on application. See Advt. 
Page 83. 

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200 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

MANITOBA GAZETTE, weekly; Provincial Government, Jas. 
Hooper, King-'s Printer, publisher; established 1871 ; official ; Satur- 
day ; subscription $2.00 ; about twenty-four pag-es, size 6^ x 10. 

MARKET RECORD, weekly ; Amalgamated Press of Canada, 
Ltd., publishers; established 1905; market reports; Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; twenty pages, size io}4 x 14. 

Also publish Daily Grain Letter and Canada Hotels Journal, 

See Advt. Page 45. 

MIRROR, weekly; the record paper of the Winnipeg News- 
paper Union List ; Saturday ; published by Toronto Type Foundry 
Co., Ltd., H. J, Hardie, manager ; four pages, size 17^ x 24. 

140 weekly papers ; combined circulation, 65 

NORTH ENDER, weekly; Voice Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1899; independent, local; Thursday; free distribution; 
foiir pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 3 

Also publish Win7iifeg Voice. 

NORWOOD PRESS, AND ST. BONIFACE ECHO, weekly; 
Everett Boyd, editor; established 1906; independent; Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00; eig-ht pages, size 13 x 20. 

TOWN TOPICS, weekly; Town Topics Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; established 1897 ; literary and society ; Saturday; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; twenty-four pages, size ii^ x 15. Circ'n 3^ 

VOICE, weekly ; Voice Publishing Co., publishers; established 
1894 ; labor ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten to sixteen pages, 
size 15x22. Circ'n 3|^ 

Also publish Wintiif>eg North Ender. 

CANADA, Swedish, weekly ; Fleming Printing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1886 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1 .00 ; 
twelve pages, size 18 x 24. 

CANADA POSTEN, Swedish, weekly; Swedish Canadian 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1904; liberal; Wednes- 
day; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n 2^ 

CANADIAN FARMER, Ruthenian (Galician), weekly; Canada 
Northwest Publishing Co., publishers; established 1902; independent- 
liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; six pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 2^ 

CANADIAN HUNGARIAN, Hungarian, weekly; I. Burger, 
publisher; established 1905; independent; Saturday; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, size 14 x 20. Circ'n 3^ 

ECHO KANADYJSKIE, Polish, weekly ; Polish Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; eight to twelve pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

GAZETA POLSKA, Polish, weekly; L. de Jurkawski & Tiers, 
publishers; established 1900; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, size 13 x 20. - Circ'n 2^ 

GERMAN I A, German, weekly; Germania Printing and Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1905 conservative; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00; ten to sixteen pages, size 17 x 22. Circ'n 5^^ 

NORDWESTEN, German, weekly ; Nordwesten Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; establi-'hed 1889; independent ; Wednesday; 
subscription $1 .50 ; sixteen to thirty-two pages, size 17)^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 16,468* 

Advt. — Canada's representative German newspaper covers the entire German 
Population of Western Canada as its exclusive field ; visits every German home in 
Western Canada once a -week. See Advt. Page 64. 

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MANITOBA. 



HEIMSKRINGLA, Icelandic, weekly; Heimskrin^la News & 
• Publishing- Co., publishers ; established 1886; conservative; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

LOG BERG, Icelandic, weekly ; Log^berg- Printing & Publishing- 
Co., publishers; established 1888; liberal; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $2.00; eig-ht pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

CANADIAN SCOTSMAN, bi-weekly; Canadian Scotsman 
Printing and Publishing^ Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1906 ; 
independenc ; Saturday; subscription $1.00; sixteen pages, size 
io}4 X i4j^. Circ'n 2% 

CANADIAN INVESTOR, semi-monthly; Canadian Investor 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1906; investments; subscription 
$1.00 ; seventy-two pages, size 6^ x 9^. 

ELMWOOD HERALD, semi-monthly. No report. 

NORTHWEST BAPTIST, semi-monthly ; Douglas-Mclntyre 
Printing- Co., publishers, D. B. Harkness, editor ; established 1885 ; 
Baptist ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pag-es, size 9x13. Circ'n 1^ 

NOR' WEST FARMER, semi-monthly; Nor' West Farmer, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1882 ; ag-ricultural ; subscription 
$1.00 ; forty-eig-ht pag-es, size io}4 x 14^ . 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 20,041"*' 

See Advt. Page 27. 

SILENT ECHO, semi-monthly; Institution for Deaf and Dumb, 
publishers ; established 1891 ; deaf mutes ; subscription 50 cents ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 9x12. 

CANADA HOTELS JOURNAL AND TRAVELLER, 
monthly; Amalgamated Press of Canada, Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1905; hotel trade; subscription $1.50; sixteen to twenty 
pag-es, size 10 J^ x 13^. 

Also publish Daily Grain Letter and Market Record. 

See Advt, Page 92. 

CANADA WEST MAGAZIN E, monthly ; Walter E. Gunn 
Co., publishers ; established 1906; literary, illustrated ; subscription 
50 cents ; one hundred and eig-ht pag-es, size 6^ x 10^. 

CANADIAN FARM IMPLEMENTS, monthly; Canadian 
Farm Implements, Ltd., publishers; established 1904; implement 
trade ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty-eight pages, size \o% x 14. 

Circ'n 2^ 

CANADIAN THRESHERMAN AND FARMER, monthly ; 
E. H. Heath Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1902 ; agricultural ; 
subscription 50 cents ; sixty-eight to one hundred and twenty pages, 
size 10 j^ X 14'/^. 

Advt. — The Canadian Tlireshertnan is admitted by adx<ertisers who have used it 
to be one 0/ the best business getters in Canada. Printed on a better quality of paper 
than any other Canadian paper of its class. No patent medicitie, liquor or electric 
belt advertisements inserted. Edited with the needs of the advertiser and the 
reader always in mind. Rates and sample copy on application. See Advt. 
Page 71. 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER, monthly. No report. 

FARM CROPS, monthly; Bulman Bros., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1907 ; agricultural ; subscription 50 cents ; average 
thirty-six pages, size 8|^ x 12. 

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202 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

MANITOBA COLLEGE JOURNAL, monthly; students of 
Manitoba Colleg-e, publishers ; established 1884 ; a college paper 
issued only during- the collegiate year ; subscription $1.00 ; forty 
pages, size 6^ x 9. Circ'n yi 

VOX WESLEYANA, monthly ; students of Methodist College, 
publishers ; established 1896 ; Methodist ; subscription $1.00 ; 
forty pages, size 7x10. Circ'n % 

WAGHORN'S GUIDE, monthly; The Guide Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1884 ; railway time tables and business man's 
reference ; subscription $1 .00 ; 160 pages, size 3}^ x 6. Circ'n 7)^ 

See Advt. Pag^e 72. 

WESTERN CANADA CONTRACTOR and Builders 
Gazette, monthly ; Western Canada Contractor, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1903 ; contractors and builders ; subscription $1.00 ; forty- 
eight to sixty pages, size 10)^ x 14. 

WESTERN CANADA MEDICAL JOURNAL, monthly; 
Western Canada Medical Journal Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers. 
Dr. Harry Morell and Dr. G. Osborne Hughes, editors ; established 
1907 ; medical ; subscription $2.00 ; sixty pages, size 6^ x 9^. 

WESTERN CANADIAN M AG AZ IN E, monthly ; McCabe 
Publishing Co.,%publishers, H. R. S. McCabe, editor; established 
1906 ; literary ; subscription $1.50 ; ninety-six pages, size 7x10. 

WESTERN HOME MONTHLY, monthly; Home Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1899; literary and household; 
subscription 50 cents ; sixty pages up, size 10^ x 14. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 35,454* 

Advt. — The Western Home Monthly has the largest home circulation of any pub- 
lication printed -west of the Great Lakes in Canada ; js, 000 ''proven" guaranteed 
circulatio7i, 27,000 in the farm homes, 8,000 additional i?i the towns and hamlets 
outside of Winnipeg z'w Canada. Carries more " Keyed" ads. than any other pub- 
lication in Western Canada. Why ? Because it has shown advertisers bigger results. 
Advtg. rates 10 cents per line for 1,000 or more lines, 12 cents per line for less than 
1,000 lines. Stibscription lists open for inspection. Publish 1st of every month. 
Forms close 20th of Preceding month. See Advt. Page 6j. 

WESTERN MUNICIPAL NEWS, monthly; Willson Sta- 
tionery Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1906; municipal interests; 
subscription $1.00 ; twenty-four pages, size 9 x 12. 

Advt. — The Western Municipal Ne^vs is read by more Westerti Canadian Coun- 
cillors and School Trustees than any other publication. It is the recognized 
municipal medium of the progressive West. See Advt. Page 56. 

WESTERN SPORTSMAN, monthly; Western Sportsman 
Co., publishers ; established 1904 ; sporting and literary ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; sixty-four pages, size 6^ x 10. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3,000 

See Advt. Page 66. 

WESTERN WATCH MAN, monthly ; A. G. Alton, editor and 
publisher; established 1897 ; Brotherhood, A. O.U.W. ; subscription 
50 cents ; eight pages, size 13^ x 20^ . 

CANADI, Hungarian, monthly. No report. 

FREYJA, Icelandic, monthly ; Freyja Printing and Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1898 ; woman's work. 

SAMEININGIN, Icelandic, monthly; Lutheran Synod of 
Canada, publishers ; established 1886 : Lutheran ; subscription 
$1.00 ; sixteen pages, size 6x9. 

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PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN. 



The Province of Saskatchewan was established by Act of the 
Domitiion Parliament on September ist, 1905, with capital at Reg"ina. It 
comprises the eastern portion of what was formerly the territories of 
Assiniboia and Saskatchewan, and occupies a part of the great alluvia' 
plain of the Canadian Northwest, the most fertile wheat field in the world. 
Saskatchewan lies immediately west of Manitoba, extending- from the 
United States Boundary Line, 49° N. Latitude, to 60' N. Latitude, and 
from about 101° 20" W. Longitude to 110° W. Its length from north to 
south is 740 miles, and its breadth 375 miles. Its land area is 224,887 
square miles, and its water area 27,000 square miles. It has the largest 
acreage of any Canadian Province suitable for growing hard spring wheat 
— in fact, the largest area in the world. No less than 50,000,000 acres of 
its land are capable of raising an average of 20 bushels to the acre, a 
large proportion of which will grade No. i Northern. There are 86,000 
square miles of land suitable for grain growing, 32,000 square miles more 
that only need irrigation to fit them for raising wheat, and over 100,000 
square mites suited for ranching and mixed farming. Wheat growing is» 
of course, the chief business of the Province. The crop in 1905 amounted 
to over 27,000,000 bushels, and it is increasing many millions every year> 
as more land is taken up. Thousands of settlers are pouring in from 
Eastern Canada, Great Britain, the United States and Europe, attracted 
by the cheap, but exceedingly productive and valuable land. Timber is 
found in some sections, generally along the banks of streams, lakes and 
rivers. Valuable deposits of coal have also been found as well as petrol- 
eum. The population of Saskatchewan in 1906, according to the Govern- 
ment figures, was 257,763, an increase of 166,484, or over 180 per cent, 
from 1901. Towns and villages are springing up rapidly along the lines of 
railway. Already there are 4 cities and 95 towns and villages. The 
Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern, Grand Trunk Pacific and Great 
Northern Railways are rapidly extending their lines, and the whole pro- 
vince will soon be supplied with means of transportation. Banking facil- 
ities are provided by a large and increasing number of branches of most of 
the chartered banks of Canada. The climate, although rather severe in 
winter, is more moderate than that of Manitoba, and is delightful in 
summer, the long, sunny days being admirably suited for maturing the 
wheat rapidly. The province is governed by a Lieutenant-Governor, an 
Executive Council and a Legislative Assembly of 25 members. Capital, 
Regina. 

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ABERNETHY, pop. 292, District of North Qu'Appelle, on Pheasant 
Hills branch of West Div. C. P Ry., 180 miles N.W. of Brandon, 
65 miles N.E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: 
wheat g^rowing. The town is the centre of an excellent wheat belt, 
nearly a million bushels being- marketed yearly. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Pheasant Fork, Chick- 
ney, Kenlis, Blackwood, Belcarres and Lebret. 

A B E R N ET HAN, weekly ; Abernethy Printing Co. , publishers ; 
established 1905; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

ALAMEDA, pop. 333, District of Souris, on Kemnay to Estevan sec- 
tion of West. Div. C.P.Ry, 130 miles S.E. of Regina, 40 miles W. of 
Manitoba boundary line, and 10 miles N. of N. Dakota boundary line, 
32 miles E. of Estevan. Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : wheat and stock raising. Chief Shipments: wheat and cattle. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Hirsch, 
Carterville, and Glen Ewen. 

DISPATCH, weekly ; Dispatch Printing Co., Ltd., publishers ; 
J. J. Heaslip, manager ; established 1901 ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

ARCOLA, pop. 652, District of Cannington, on the Souris-Regina 
branch of C. P. Ry., 105 miles S.E. of Regina, 48 miles west of 
Manitoba boundary line, 27 miles N. of Alameda. Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching, planing and 
flour mills, and brickyard. Chief Shipment : wheat. Wheat ship- 
ments for 1906, 1,000,000 bushels. The town has, besides its stores 
and residences, public and high schools, four churches and a new 
town hall. It is the centre of a large and growing agricultural 
district. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Kisbey, Coteau, Percy, Hildebrand, Dennington and 
Carlyle. 

MOOSE MOUNTAIN STAR, weekly; A. D. McLeod, pub- 
lisher ; established 1901 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 17^^ x 24. Circ'n i 

BATTLEFORD, pop. 933, District of Battleford, on the North 
Saskatchewan River and C.N. Ry., io8 miles S.W. of Prince 
Albert ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: stock raising 
and farming. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. The town 
contains four churches and two public schools, and is the centre 
of fine farming and grazing land. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Bresaylor, Delmas and Paynton. 

PRESS, weekly. No report. 

SASKATCHEWAN HERALD, weekly ; Estate of P. G. 
Laurie, publishers ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

BLADWORTH, pop. lOO, District of Batoche, on Prince Albert 
branch C. P. Ry., too miles N.W. of Regina, 150 miles S. of Prince 
Albert, and 65 miles S.E. of Saskatoon. Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief 
Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Kenaston, Strongfield, River View and Girvin. 

PROGRESS, weekly; H. Garside, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
i^yi X 24. Circ'n % 

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BORDEN, pop. 150, District of Redberry, on the main line of the 
C. N. Ry., from Winnipeg- to Edmonton, 520 miles W. of Winnipeg", 
30 miles N.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industry: 
g^rain growing. The town contains several stores, three churches, 
school, hotel, and two g^rain elevators. Surrounding towns and 
villag-es where no papers are published : Halcyonia, Park and 
Eagrle Creek. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, editor and proprietor; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n % 
Also publishes J^adisson Nevus, Fielding Gazette^ and Maymont 
Star. 

See Advt. Page 38. 

BROADVIEW, pop. 606, District of Grenfell, on main line C.P.Ry., 
93 miles E. of Reg-ina, 132 miles W. of Brandon; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industry: farming-. Surrounding- towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Oakshela, Ohlen,, Percival, Forest 
Farm and Hillesden. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Mrs. E. E. Hawkes, publisher; estab- 
lished 1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig^ht 
pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

CARIEVALE, pop. 194, District of Souris, on Winnipeg-, Souris, 
Napinka and Estevan division C.P.Ry., 231 miles W. of Winnipeg- 
and 5 miles from U. S. boundary line ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming-. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no pafjers are published : Workman, Elmore, Winlaw and Audrey. 

N EWS, weekly ; A. W. Fie welling-, proprietor. 
See Gainsboro Post. 

CARLYLE, pop. 374, District of Canning-ton, on Souris-Reg^ina section 
of C.P. Ry., 150 miles S. E. of Reg-ina, 130 miles S.W. of Brandon. 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming^ and ranching-. 
Chief Shipment : wheat. The town contains, besides its stores and 
lumber yards, five elevators with a capacity of 200,000 bushels, three 
churches, public school, three halls and masonic and other lodg-es. 
Surroundings towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Wauchope, Redvers and Kisby. 

HERALD, weekly ; Jarrott & Holmes, publishers ; established 
1903 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pag-es, size 
18 X 24. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 76. 

CARNDUFF, pop. 491, District of Souris, on the Souris-Estevan 
section of C. P. Ry., which joins the main line of C. P. Ry. at 
Kemnay, near Brandon, while on the west it connects with the Soo 
line at Estevan. It is 15 miles W. of the Manitoba boundary line 
and 12 miles from U.S. boundary. Chief Industry : farming-. 
Chief Shipment : wheat. Carnduff is destined to be the leading- 
town in South-Eastem Saskatchewan ; it is the centre oi a g-reat 
wheat producing- country. The town contains three churches, 
school, town hall and opera house and has a fire department. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Glen 
Ewen, Oakley and Audrey. 

GAZETTE, weekly; H. J. Tripp, publisher ; established 1900; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 14 x 22. 

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CARON, pop. 215, District of Moosejaw, on main line of C. P. Ry., 
58 miles W. of Reg-ina, and 60 miles from U. S. boundary line ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. In the second heaviest grain yielding- district of 
Saskatchewan, according- to Government reports. Chief Shipments : 
grain. Besides its stores Caron contains four elevators, three 
churches and a school. Surrounding towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : Boharm, Parkbeg, Lake Valley, Chaplin and 
Meeksville. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; J. Robert Long-, publisher; establish- 
ed 1905; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n 2 

Also publishes Mortlach Nezus, Pense Advance, Sedley Tribune, 
Lashburn Times, Tyvan Signal and Fleming Reviezv, circulation of 
which is included in above rating. 

See Advt. Page 77. 

CRAIK, pop. 229, District of Moosejaw, on Prince Albert branch of 
C. P. Ry., 74 miles N.W. of Regina. Chief Industry; farming. 
Chief Shipment : wheat. The village has several stores, two 
churches, a hotel and restaurant. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Girvin, Big Arm, CoUingwood, 
Chamberlain and Aylesbury. 

COURIER, weekly; John Gibson, publisher; established 1904; 
liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

SENTINEL, weekly; D. D. Cummins, editor; established 1905; 
liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n '^ 

CUPAR, pop. 162, District of North Qu'Appelle, on Pheasant Hills 
branch of C. P. Ry., 219 miles N.W. of Brandon, 164 miles from 
junction at Kirkella, 38 miles N.E. of Regina. Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipment : grain. The 
town contains, besides its stores, three churches, school, hotel and 
three elevators. It is situated in the centre of a first-class agricul- 
tural district. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Markinch, Dysart, Dalrymple and Wheatwyn. 

HERALD, weekly; James R. Andrews, publisher; established 
1906; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. 

DAVIDSON, pop. 520, District of Moosejaw, on the Prince Albert 
branch of the C.P. Ry., 90 miles N.W. of Regina. Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching. Chief Ship- 
ment : wheat. Settled in 1903, the village already has, besides 
general stores, etc., two schools, two churches, one elevator and 
good water, and is the centre of a progressive district. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Bonnington, 
Girvin and Riverview. 

LEADER, weekly; B. F. Lester, publisher; established 1904; in- 
dependent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; twelve pages, size 13 x 20. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 050 

DUCK LAKE, pop. 439, District of Rosthern, on the Prince Albert 
branch of the C. N. Ry., 38 miles S.W. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., 
M.O. Chief Industry: farming. Chief Shipments: flour, grain, wood, 
hay, live stock, farm produce and hides. The town contains two 
schools, Indian Industrial school, three churches, flour mill, two 
elevators, two hotels, and all businesses "well represented. It is the 

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centre of a rich agricultural district. Surrounding- towns and villag-es 
where no papers are published : Batoche, Garonne, Carlton and 
Tiefeng^rund. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Wm. H. Cross, publisher; established 
1907; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht pag^es, size 

•5>^ X22. 

See Advt. Page 100. 

EARL GREY, pop. 92, District of Lumsden, on the C. P. Ry., 2i2i 
miles N. of Regina, 115 miles S. E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., M.O. 
Chief Industry: farming-. Surrounding: towns and villag-es where no 
papers are published : BuUerton, Bulyea, Marieton, Silton, Verna 
and Southey. 

GAZETTE, weekly. No report. 

ESTER HAZY, pop. 231, District of Whitewood, on the C. P. Ry., 
1 10 miles E. of Reg-ina, and 25 miles from the Saskatchewan boundary 
line; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: farming^. Surrounding- 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Sumner, Stock- 
holm, Kolin, Kaposvar and Hazel Cliff. 

OBSERVER AND PHEASANT HILLS ADVERTISER, 

weekly; Brown & Ford, publishers; established 1907; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pagfes, size 13 x 20. 

ESTEVAN, pop. 877, District of Souris, on Souris River and junction 
of Kemnay-Estevan branch C. P. Ry., and Soo line to St. Paul and 
Moose Jaw, 140 miles S. W. of Brandon, 9 miles N. of the N. 
Dakota boundary line ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: 
farming- and ranching-, coal mining-, brick and tile works. Chief 
Shipments : farm produce, flour, coal, brick, gfrain. Besides its 
stores the town has five churches, elevators and public schools. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Macoun, Hitchcock, Midale, Taylorton, N. Portal, Bienfait, Hirsch 
and Roche Perc^e. 

OBSERVER, semi-weekly; Bailey & Son, publishers; established 
1906; independent; Wednesday and Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
four pag-es, size 13 x 22. 

MERCURY, weekly; Dunbar & Cameron, publishers; estab- 
lished 1903; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag^es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

FIELDING, pop. 200, District of Redberry, on the main line of the 
C. N. Ry., from Edmonton to Winnipeg, 537 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
47 miles N.W. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., M.O. ; centre of a good grain 
growing district. The town contains stores, hotel, livery stables, 
two grain elevators, etc. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, editor and proprietor; 
established 1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. 

Also publishes Borden Advocate, Radisson News and Maymont 
Star. 

See Advt. Page 38. 

FILLMORE, pop. 156, District of South Qu'Appelle, on Souris- 
Regina branch of C. P. Ry., 65 miles S.E. of Regina; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Is centre of one of the best wheat growing districts 
in Saskatchewan, settled entirely by Canadians, Americans or 
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of Western Canada. Good water. Town has three churches and 
a gfood school. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers 
are pubHshed : Creelman, Osag-e, Griffin, Alpha and Huronville. 

PRESS, weekly; James I. Ross, publisher; established 1906; 
independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n J^ 

FLEMING, pop. 200, District of Moosomin, on the C. P. Ry., about 
two miles from the Saskatchewan boundary line, 133 miles E. of 
Regfina ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: farming-. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villages where no papers are published ; 
Rosetti, Lippentott and Kirkella. 

REVIEW, weekly; J. Robert Long-, publisher; established 1907; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. 
Also publishes Caron Enterfrise, etc. 
See Advt. Page 77. 

FORGET, pop. 200, District of Canning^ton, on the C. P. Ry., 90 miles 
S.E. of Reg-ina ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: farming-. 
The town contains besides its stores, lumber yards, four elevators, 
public and Catholic schools and a church. Surrounding- towns and 
villages where no papers are published : New Hope, Alma, Kisbey, 
Percy and Coteau. 

MAIL, weekly ; Oswald J. Davies, publisher; established 1907; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pag-es, size 17^ x 24. 

FRANCIS, pop. 141, District of South Qu'Appelle, on Areola exten- 
sion of C. P. Ry., 40 miles S.E. of Reg-ina ; Tel., Ex., M.O. , Bank. 
Francis is the centre of a g-reat wheat belt, and has a 100,000 bushel 
elevator. The town contains churches, schools, and a l\ne hotel, 
besides its stores, etc. Waterworks just being installed. Surround- 
ing- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Kronan, 
Tyvan, Osag^e and Lajord. 

GAZETTE, weekly; H. Bird, publisher; established 1906; inde- 
pendent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig-htpages, size 13x20. Circ'n^ 

GAINSBORO, pop. 180, District of Souris, on Brandon-Estevan 
branch of C. P. Ry. , 67 miles E. of Estevan and 2 miles W. of the 
Manitoba boundary line. Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
farming- and ranching-. Chief Shipments : g-rain and live stock ; 
splendid watering- facilities. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Workman, Elmore and Winlaw. 

POST AND CARIEVALE NEWS ; A. G. Flewellingr, pub- 
lisher ; established 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, size 15 x 22. 

GRENFELL, pop. 677, District of Grenfell, on main line C. P. Ry., 
280 miles W. of Winnipeg^, 95 miles N. of Estevan ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O. Chief Industries : farming- and g-rist mills. Chief Shipments : 
farm produce and g-rain. About 1,000,000 bushels of wheat were 
raised in this district in 1906. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Oakshela, Neudorf, Graytown, Summer- 
bury and Sintaluta. 

SUN, weekly; Jno. NichoUs, editor and publisher; established 
1893; independent: Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages ; 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

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HALBRITE, pop. 272, District of South Qu'Appelle, on Portal section 
of C. F. Ry., 75 miles S.E. of Reg"ina and 33 miles N. of U.S. bound- 
ary line ; Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industry : farming^. Surrounding^ 
towns and villag'es where no papers are published : Ralph, Midale, 
Macoun and Hanson. 

N EWS, weekly ; Elg^in B. Brown, publisher ; established 1906 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

HAN LEY, pop. 568, District of Saskatoon, on Prince Albert branch 
of C. P. Ry., 125 miles S. of Prince Albert, and 120 miles N.W. of 
Regina ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Dundurn and Kenaston. 

H ERA LD, weekly ; Chas. H. Leathley, editor and proprietor; 
established 1904 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n % 

HE WARD, pop. 173, District of Cannington, on Brandon and Regina 
branch of C. P. Ry., 150 miles W. of Brandon, and 80 miles S. E. of 
Regina; Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industry : farming. 
CHRONICLE, weekly. No report. 

HUMBOLDT, pop. 279, District of Humboldt, a divisional point on 
the C.N.Ry, 425 miles N. W. of Winnipeg, 402 miles E. of Edmon- 
ton, and 80 miles S. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
The town contains a creamery, two elevators, two hotels, stores, 
Dominion Land Office, and is a port of entry for customs. It 
is the centre of a fine agricultural country. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Bruno, Carmel, Burr, 
St. Gregor and Annahein. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; Telfer Bros., proprietors and publishers ; 
established 1905; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. 

INDIAN HEAD, pop. 1,545, District of South Qu'Appelle, on main 
line of C. P. Ry., 100 miles N. of Estevan, 314 miles W. of Winnipeg; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : ranching and wheat 
farming, planing mills, sash and door, separator and pickle factories. 
Chief Shipments : cattle, grain and country produce. The town 
contains, besides its stores, etc., four hotels, and has electric light, 
sewerage and waterworks systems. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Fort Qu'Appelle, McLean, Sintaluta, 
Balcarres and Pedley. 

PRAIRIE WITNESS, semi-weekly; D. S. Williams, B.A., 
publisher ; established 1895 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

VIDETTE, weekly; Vidette Publishing Co., publishers, E. H. 
Gough, manager; established 1884; conservative; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixteen to twenty-four pages, size 17^ x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,550 

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KINISTINO, pop. 200, District of Kinistino, on the Carrot River and 
C.N. Ry., 46 miles S.E. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipments : wheat, oats and other 
grains, beef and hogs. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Norden, Weldon, Beatty and Bagley. 

ECHO, weekly; Kinistino Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1906; independent; Tuesday; subscription 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n Yz 

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LANG, pop. io8, District of South Reg-ina, on Portal section of C. P. 
Ry., 60 miles S.E. of Moose Jaw, and 40 miles S. of Regina ; Tel., 
Ex. Chief Industry : farming. 

LEADER, weekly. No report. 

RECORDER, weekly. No report. 

LANGHAM, pop. 249, District of Saskatoon, on the C.N. Ry., 20 
miles N.W., of Saskatoon, and 75 miles S.W. of Prince Albert; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: farming and ranching. Sur- 
rounding towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Dalmeny, Park and Halcyonia. 

TIMES, weekly ; S. Dilling-ham, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to ten pages, 
size 13 X 20. 

LASH BURN, pop. 200, District of Battleford ; on Manitoba Div. of 
C. N. Ry., 65 miles W. of Battleford, 15 miles from the Alberta 
boundary line; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: farming 
and ranching-. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Aberfeldy, Gully, Marshall, Waseca, Maidstone and 
Birling. 

RECORD, weekly ; J. Robert Long, publisher ; established 1906 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Also publishes Caron Enterprise, etc. 

See Advt. Page 77. 

LEMBERG, pop. 365, District of Wolseley, on Pheasant Hills branch 
of C. P. Ry., 65 miles N.E. of Reg-ina, 45 miles S.W. ofYorkton; 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: farming- and flour milling. 
Chief Shipments : wheat and flour. The town is surrounded by one 
of the best wheat belts in Saskatchewan. It contains, besides its 
stores, five churches, school and four elevators. Surrounding towns 
and villag-es where no papers are published : Chickney, Pheasant 
Fork, Long- Valley, Neudorf and Hyde. 

LEADER, weekly; R. E. Rollins, publisher; established 1907; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

LLOYD MINSTER, pop. 389, District of Battleford, on Manitoba 
Div. of C. N. Ry., 85 miles W. of Battleford, just E. of the Alberta 
boundary line; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : farming- 
and ranching-. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Aberfeldy, Gully and Marshall. 

Tl M ES, weekly; Lloydminster Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1905; independent; subscription $i.oo; twelve 
pages, size \o% x 15. Circ'n ^ 

LUMSDEN, pop. 461, District of Lumsden, on the Reg-ina-Prince 
Albert branch of C.P. Ry., in the Qu'Appelle Valley, 20 miles N.W. 
of Regina; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, 
flour mills and brick works. Chief Shipment : wheat. Besides its 
stores, etc., the villag-e contains three churches, public school, 
public library, opera house, R. N. W. M. P. quarters, and hotels, 
four g^rain elevators and hospital. It is the centre of one of the best 
grain-g-rowing sections in the West. The prairie and park lands 
are 2,050 ft. above sea level, and the celebrated Qu'Appelle Valley 
in which the village is situated is 350 ft. below the prairie level, and 
is 300 miles long*. 

NEWS RECORD, weekly; Charles Hynds, publisher; estab- 
lished 1904; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

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MACOUN, pop. I02, District of Souris, on the C, P. Ry., 41 miles 
N.W. of Portal and 120 miles S. 'E. of Moose Jaw. Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming". The town has, besides its stores, 
three elevators, lumber yards, implement depots, two churches, 
g-raded school and a $30,000 hotel. Surrounding towns and villag^es 
where no papers are published : Midale, Hitchcock, Hanson and 
Roseview. 

MESSENGER, weekly ; Frank E. Ellickson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1Q07 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pajfes. 

MANOR, pop. 250, District of Canning-ton, on Brandon and Reg-'ma 
branch of C. P. Ry., 350 miles W. of Winnipeg-, 120 miles S. E. of 
Regina and 45 miles from U. S. boundary line ; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming- and brick manufacturing-. The 
town contains, besides its stores, four churches and a school. Sur- 
rounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Wauchope, Redvers, Frys, Antler and Denning-ton. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Herbert T. Halliwell, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1905; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag-es, 
size 13 X 20. 

Sworn Circ'n, averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 520 

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MAPLE CREEK, pop. 687, District of Maple Creek, on main line 
of C. P. Ry. , 600 miles W. of Winnipeg, 1 80 miles E. of Macleod 
and 23 miles from Alberta boundary line. Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : sheep and cattle ranching-, farming- and planing- 
mills. Chief Shipments : live stock, grain and wool. The town 
was founded in 1885, has four churches, town hall, fire-station, four 
hotels, hospital, opera house and fine public school. Surrounding^ 
villag-es where no papers are published : Walsh, Grabum, Skib- 
bereen, Battle Creek and Kincorth. 

RANCHING NEWS, AND CYPRESS HILLS GAZETTE, 
weekly ; Wm. Cotton, publisher ; established 1903 ; independent- 
conservative ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
17^ X 23. Circ'n X 

MAYMONT, pop. 100, District of Redberry, on main line of 
C. N. Ry., 25 miles E. of Battleford, 545 miles W. of Winnipeg ; 
Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. The 
town contains, besides its stores, a hotel and grain elevator. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Ruddell^ 
Richard, Denholm and Baljennie. 

STAR, weekly ; Geo. E. Neilson, editor and proprietor ; inde- 
pendent ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n )^ 

Also publishes Radissoti Nezvs, Borden Advocate and Fielding 
Gazette. See Advt. Page 38. 

MELFORT, pop. 351, District of Kinistino, on the Winnipeg-Brandon- 
Prince Albert branch of C. N. Ry., 50 miles S. E. of Prince Albert ; 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : ranching and farming. 
Chief Shipments : cattle and wheat. Central distributing point of 
Carrot River Valley. 

MOON, weekly; Melfort Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers, Leonard Norman, editor and proprietor ; established 
1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 18 X 24. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Star City Advertiser, 

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MILESTONE, pop. 244, District of South Reg-ina, on Portal section 
of C. P. Ry., 54 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw and 30 miles S. of 
Reg-ina; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry ; farming-. 

MAIL, -weekly; Seager-Holmes Co., publishers; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten to twelve 
pages, size 15 x 22. 

Also publish Rouleau Enterprise . 

MOOSE JAW, pop. 6,249, District of Moose Jaw, on the main line 
of C.P. Ry., and terminus of the Soo line from St. Paul, 40 miles W. 
of Reg-ina, 398 miles W. of Winnipeg-, 442 miles E. by S. of Calgary ; 
Teh, Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour and planing mills, 
C. P. Ry. Divisional shops, g-raip growing and cattle, horse and 
sheep ranching-. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. The 
town contains- six churches and public and hig-h schools. A larg-e 
detachment of Mounted Police are stationed here. Municipal 
electric ligrht, water works and sewerage systems are established. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Drinkwater, Boharm, Pasqua, Bethune, Belle Plaine, Chamberlain, 
Chaplin, North Portal and Roche Perc^e. 

N EWS, every morning- except Sunday ; McMillan & Miller, 
publishers ; established 1907 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eig^ht pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

WEEKLY ; established 1906 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to twelve pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i^ 

Tl M ES, every evening except Sunday ; Leader-Times Co., Ltd., 
publishers, Thos. Miller, managing editor ; established 1906 ; inde- 
pendent ; subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, size 17)^ x 23. Circ'n ^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY ; established 1889 ; Tuesday and Friday ; 
subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 17^ x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2,317'A' 

MOOSOMIN, pop. 1,152, District of Moosomin, on the C. P. Ry., 
137 miles E. of Regina, 86 miles W. of Brandon; Tel. , T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, stock-raising and 
farming. Chief Shipments : lumber, grain and live stock. The 
town contains five churches, public and high schools, six grain 
elevators, 300-barrel flour mill, foundry and planing mill. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Fleming, 
Red Jacket and Cannington Manor. 

SPECTATOR, weekly; A. H. Smith, publisher; established 
1892 ; independent-liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 24 x 18. Circ'n i 

WORLD, weekly; Bretz & Shuart, publishers ; established 1900 ; 
conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
17^ X 24. See Advt. Page 96. Circ'n i 

MORTLAOH, pop. 127, District of Moose Jaw, on the main line of 
C. P. Ry., 25 miles W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Chief Shipments : grain 
and live stock. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Secreton, Parkbeg and Chaplin. 

N EWS, weekly ; J. Robert Long, publisher ; established 1905 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages ; ^ize 
15 X 22. 

Also publishes Caron Enterprise, etc. 

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MUENSTER, pop. loo, District of Humboldt, on C. N. Ry., 420 

miles W. of Winnipeg, 70 miles E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex. The 
town contains, besides its stores, a church, school, hotel, lumber 
yards and elevators, and is surrounded by excellent farming land. 

ST. PETERS BOTE, German, weekly ; St. Peters Monastery, 
publishers ; established 1904 ; religious. Catholic ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 11 x 15^^. Circ'n \% 

NORTH BATTLE FORD, pop. 824, District of Battleford, on 
Manitoba Division o( C. N. Ry., 253 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Stands on the heights above and north of the 
junction of the Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers. Divisional point 
on C. N. Ry. Chief Industries : farming and railroad shops. Chief 
Shipment : grain. The town has grown very rapidly since its found- 
ing in 1905, and contains four churches, public and separate schools, 
five hotels, a town hall and railroad shops. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Ruddell, Denholm, Jack- 
fish, Paynton and Maidstone. 

NEWS, weekly; News Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1905 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 x 22. Circ'n }^ 

OXBOW, pop. 527, District of Souris, on Souris section C. P. Ry., 
28 miles N. E. of Estevan ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Situated in a 
fertile farming district. Chief Industry : farming. Chief Shipment : 
grain. Has five elevators and loading platform, stores and black- 
smith shops, high school and four churches. 

HERALD, weekly; John H. Noble, publisher ; established 1903; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten pages, 
size 15 x 22. Circ'n }/i 

PENSE, pop. 185, District of South Regina, on mainline of C. P. Ry., 
17 miles W. of Regina; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Stony Beach, Fairville, Grand Coulee, Belle Plaine and 
Pasqua. 

ADVANCE, weekly; J. Robert Long, publisher, Chas. H. 
Shrinipton, editor and business manager; established 1906; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 13x20. 
Also publishes Caron Enterfrise^ etc. See Advt. Page 77. 

PRINCE ALBERT, pop. 3,005, District of Prince Albert, on the 
North Saskatchewan River, 25 miles W. of its junction with the 
South branch, 200 miles N. of Regina and terminus of Regina-Prince 
Albert branch of C.N.Ry. ; Tel.., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : ranching, lumbering and farming. Chief Shipments : lumber, 
fur, grain and live stock. The city contains five churches, a convent 
and college, one high, two public and one separate school and ladies' 
college. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Shellbrook, Birch Hills, Macdowall and Willoughby. 

ADVOCATE, semi-weekly ; Advocate Printing and Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, Robert J. Hartley, manager and editor; 
established 1894 ; liberal ; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; six to eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,265 

See Advt. Page 102. 

TIMES, weekly; Young & Laurie, publishers; established 
; 1882 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. See Advt. Page 52. Circ'n \% 

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QU'APPELLE, pop. 778, District of South Qu'Appelle, is beautifully 
, situated in a wooded district on the main line of the C.P.Ry., 32 
miles E. of Reg^ina ; three trains daily east and west ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, butter factory, stock 
raising-, and farming-. Chief Shipments : butter, grain and live 
stock. The town contains four churches, a public school, town hall, 
hotels and stores. A detachment of the R. N. W. M. P. is station- 
ed here. Surrounding- villag^es where no papers are published : 
Fort Qu'Appelle, McLean, Balg-onie, Edg^eley, Avonhurst, Lipton, 
StrathcarroU, Spring- Brook, Loon Creek and Hay ward. 

PROGRESS, weekly ; E. E. Law, B.A., editor and publisher ; 
established 1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig-ht pagfes, size 15 x 22. Circ'n }i 

OUILL LAKE, pop. 200, District of Humboldt, on Manitoba division 
of C. N. Ry., 120 miles N. of Reg-ina, 387 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
on Wetasto Creek, six miles from Big Quill Lake. Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Shipments : grain and farm produce. Centre of a 
fertile and very healthy district, with an even climate. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Watson, Engle- 
feld, Paskwegin, Wadena and Invermay. 

QUILL, weekly; T. J. Oliver, editor and publisher; established 
1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. See Advt. Page 37. 

RADISSON, pop. 350 ; District of Redberry ; on the main line of the 
C. N. Ry. from Edmonton to Winnipeg ; 529 miles W. of Winnipeg 
and 300 miles E. of Edmonton; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Besides 
its stores, the town has a lumber yard, planing factory, two grain 
elevators, a good school and three churches. A splendid grain- 
growing country. 

NEWS, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1906; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Borden Advocate, Fieldiiig Gazette and Maymont 
Star, See Advt. Page 38. 

REGINA, pop. 6,169, District of South Regina, on the main Hne of the 
C. P. Ry., 41 miles E. of Moose Jaw, 138 miles W. of Moosomin ; 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. It is the seat of government of the 
Province of Saskatchewan, the Executive Council meets here and it 
is the residence of the Lt.-Gov. It is the starting point of the 
branch line of the C. N. Ry., which runs North to Prince Albert, and 
is the distributing point for the country far North and South — the 
fertile "Park" territory, where large numbers or settlers have 
already become prosperous and hundreds are pouring in. Chief 
Industries : flour mills, breweries, farming and stock raising. Chief 
Shipments : grain, live stock, etc. The city contains the parliament- 
ary buildings, five churches, excellent public and high schools, 
headquarters of the R. N. W. M. P. and Land departments. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Cra- 
ven, Condie, Grand Coulee, Davin, Tregarva, Wascana, and Rose 
Plain. 

LEADER, every morning except Sunday; Leader Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1906 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; 
sixteen pages, size 17)^ x 24. 

WEEKLY, established 1883; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, size 17^ x 24. 

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STANDARD, every evening- except Sunday ; J. K. Mclnnis & 
Sons, publishers ; established 1904 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight pages, size i^}^ x 22. Circ'n i^i^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1885 as weekly ; Tuesday and Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size i7|^x 22. Circ'n 2^ 
See Advt. Page no. 

THE WEST, weekly; The West Co., Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1899 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n z)^ 

DEUTSCHE RUNDSCHAU, German, weekly; J. K. Mc- 
lnnis & Sons, publishers ; established 1906 ; independent ; Wednes- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pages, size 15^^ x 22. Circ'n 2% 

See Advt. Page 54. 

SASKATCHEWAN GAZETTE, semi-monthly; official organ 

of the Government of Saskatchewan. 

Inserts only Government advertisements, 

CANADIAN CHURCH COURIER, monthly; Canadian 
Church Courier, Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; religious, 
Anglican ; first and third Thursday ; eight pages, size 11 x 15^. 

PROGRESS, monthly; Regina Indian Industrial School, pub- 
lishers ; established 1893 ; college ; subscription, 25 cents ; eight 
pages, size 6^ x 10. Circ'n ^ 

ROSTHERN, pop. 918, District of Rosthem, on Prince Albert 
branch C. P. Ry., 50 miles S. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industry and Shipment : wheat. There are eight 
elevators, and about 1,250,000 bushels of wheat are shipped every 
year. Besides its stores, the town has eight churches, two schools 
and an opera house and court house. . Surrounding towns where no 
papers are published : McDowell, Hague, Osier and Clouston. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; S. T. Willoughby, editor; established 
1903 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

ROULEAU, pop. 304, District of South Regina, on the Portal section 
of the C. P. Ry., 30 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw and 20 miles S. W. of 
Regina; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The 
town is situated in a rich agricultural district, has a school, machine 
shop, and is to have an electric light plant. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wilcox, Gray, New War- 
ren, Briercrest and Drinkwater. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Seager-Holmes Co., publishers; 
established 1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Milestone Mail. 

SALTCOATS, pop. 265, District of Saltcoats, on the Northwestern 
branch of C. P. Ry., 17 miles S. E. of Yorkton, and 55 miles N.E. of 
Regina; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. Sur- 
rounding villages where no papers are published : Rokeby Station, 
Dunleath, Rothbury, Beresina, Bradenbury and Churchbridge. 

RECORDER, weekly; Reginald Naldur, publisher; established 
1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six pages, size 
17>^ X 22. Circ'n % 

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SASKATOON, pop. 3,011, District of Saskatoon, on South Saskat- 
chewan River and Regina- Prince- Albert branch of C. P. Ry., and 
on projected line of G. T. P. Ry., 85 miles S. W. of Prince Albert. 
Chief Industries : wheat and flour mills. Chief Shipments : wheat 
and flour, stone and lime. Town contains six churches, hig-h 
school, public schools, grist mill, elevators, forwarding houses, 
opera house, custom house. Centre of large wheat growing dis- 
trict, and also judicial centre. Surrounding towns where no papers 
are published ; Dundurn, Osier, Hague, Delisle, French, Nutana. 
Post Office distributing point for Saskatchewan. 

CAPITAL, every evening except Sunday; The Capital Printing 
Co., publishers ; established 1907 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

WEEKLY, established 1906; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, size 15 x 22. 

PHCEN IX, every evening except Sunday; J. A. Aiken, publisher ; 
established 1906; liberal; subscription $3.00; four to eight pages, 
size 17^ X 23. . Circn 3^ 

WEEKLY, established 1902; Wednesday, subscription $1.00; 
eight to twelve pages, size 17^ x 23. Circ'n 1^ 

See Advt. Page 12. 

SEDLEY, pop. 200, District of South Regina, on Brandon and Regina 
branch of C. P. Ry., 30 miles S.E. of Regina; Tel., Ex., M.O. 
Chief Industry : wheat growing. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Lajord, New Holstein, Kroneau 
and Gray. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; J. Robert Long, publisher; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
15x22. 

Also publishes Caron Enter;prise, etc. See Advt. Page 77. 

STAR CITY, pop. 109, District of Kinistino, on the Winnipegosis 
branch of the C.N.Ry., 65 miles E. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., M.O. 
Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wentworth, Pleasant 
Valley and South Melfort. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Melfort Printing and Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, W. L. Melville, manager ; established 1906 ; liberal ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Also publish Melfort Moon. 

STOUGHTON, pop. 242, District of Cannington, on Souris-Regina 
branch of C. P. Ry., 85 miles S.E. of Regina and 38 miles N. of 
Estevan. Chief Industry and Shipment : wheat. The village con- 
tains two churches, ten stores, three implement agencies, two 
blacksmith shops and two first class hotels. 

TIMES, weekly; A. T. Hind, publisher; established 1905 ; inde- 
pendent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 17^ x 24. 

See Advt, Page 40. Circ'n Yz 

STRASSBURG, pop. 203, District of Lumsden, on Pheasant Hills 
branch of C. P. Ry., 45 miles N.W. of Regina, 100 miles S.E. of 
Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Southcote, Edelane, Pengarth, Bulyea, Butterton and Last Moun- 
tain. 

MOUNTAINEER, w^eekly; S. Lome Small, editor and manager; 
established 1906; independent; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

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SWIFT CURRENT, pop. 554, District of Maple Creek, on Swift 
Current Creek, a divisional point on the main line of C. P. Ry., 140 
miles W. of Regina. Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
ranching- (sheep and cattle) and farming. Chief Shipments : grain, 
sheep and wool. A government meterological station is located 
here. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Rush 
Lake, Waldeck, Aikens, Leven, Herbert and Crane. 

SUN, weekly ; W. Oswald Smyth, publisher; established 1904 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n ^ 

TISDALE, pop. 350, District of Kinistino, on Winnipegosis branch of 
C. N. Ry., 80 miles E. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Situated in the centre of one of the best agricultural districts of the 
"New West." Chief Industries: farming and lumbering. Chief 
Shipments : grain and lumber. 

MONITOR, weekly, E. W. Schell, publisher ; established 1906 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
13 x 20. See Advt. Page 100, Circ'n % 

TYVAN, pop. 100, District of South Qu'Appelle, on the C.P. Ry., 45 
miles S.E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industry : farming. 

SIGNAL, weekly; J. Robert Long, publisher; established 1907; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size*i5 x 22. 
Also publishes Caron Enterprise, etc. 
See Advt. Page 77. 

VONDA, pop 174, District of Batoche, on the Winnipeg-Edmonton 
line of the C. N. Ry., 26 miles N. E. of Saskatoon, 58 miles S. of 
Prince Albert ; Tel., Ex., M.O. , Bank. Chief Industries : farming 
and ranching. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Clarkboro, Aberdeen, Howell and Dana. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; W. C. R. Garrioch, publisher; established 
1907; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
size 15 X 20. 

WAPELLA, pop. 459, District of Moosomin, on the main line C. P. 
Ry., 236 miles W. of Winnipeg, no miles E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : farming and live stock. Chief 
Shipments : wheat, cattle, hogs and produce. Many good stores, 
two hotels, four implement warehouses, seven elevators, large flour 
mill and pork packing establishment. Surrounding towns and 
villages were no papers are published ; Carnoustie, Burrows, 
Gordon, Red Jacket and Hillburn. 



POST, weekly ; E. S. Zingg, publisher ; established 1899; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Circ'n ^ 

WAR MAN, pop. 129, District of Saskatoon, at the junction of the 
Regina-Prince Albert branch with the main line of the C. N. Ry., 
75 miles S. W. of Prince Albert ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : 
farming. W^arman is situated in the heart of the Saskatchewan 
Valley wheat lands. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Aberdeen, Osier, Hague, Dalmeny and 
Howell. 

LEADER, weekly; Hubert S. Vokins, publisher; established 
1906 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 
17;^ X 22, 

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WEYBURN, pop. 966, District of South Qu'Appelle, on Kemnay- 
Estevan branch of C. P. Ry., 50 miles N. W. of Estevan, 90 miles 
S. E. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industry: 
farming-. Surrounding- villages where no papers are published : 
McTaggart and Ralph. 

HERALD, weekly; T. H. Blacklock, publisher; established 
1902 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 17^ x 24. 

WHITEWOOD, pop. 501, District of Whitewood, on Winnipeg--Swift 
Current branch of C. P. Ry., 90 miles E. of Regina, and no miles 
W. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming- 
and lumbering. Chief Shipments : country produce and lumber. 
The town contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Perceval, Bur- 
rows, Oakshela and Summerberry. 

HERALD, weekly; Jno. Scott, publisher; established 1893; 
independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

WINDTHORST, pop. 150, District of Grenfell, on the C. P. Ry., So 
miles E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., M.O. Chief Industry : farming-. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Kaiser, Fitzmaurice, Beeston, Neelby and Bender. 

HERALD, weekly; A. Banninger, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1906 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $i.oo ; four 
pages. Circ'n ^ 

WOLSELEY, pop. 935, District of Wolseley, on Winnipeg-Swift-Cur- 
rent branch of C. P. Ry., 50 miles E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industry ; farming. Chief Shipments ; country pro- 
duce and bricks. The town contains besides its stores, etc., two 
hotels, brick yard and six elevators. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published ; Summerberry, Sintaluta, Ellis- 
boro, Mutrie, Moffat, Montinarte, Fallowmede, Cherring and Adair. 
N EWS, weekly ; T. E. Scriver, publisher ; established 1895 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
17^ x 24. Circ'n % 

YELLOW GRASS, pop. 344, District of South Qu'Appelle, on 
Portal section of C. P. Ry., 75 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw, and 50 
miles S. of Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
ag-riculture and pottery works. Chief Shipments : wheat and coarse 
grains. The town contains three churches, public schools and an 
opera house ; has water works and fire department. The town 
stands very high in health reports, and is the centre of one of the 
finest grain belts in the province. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Chas. H. Bailey, editor and publisher; 
established 1906; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag-es, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

YORKTON, pop. 1,363, District of Yorkton, on Manitoba and North- 
western section of C. P. Ry., 115 miles N. E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, ranching and lumbering. 
Chief Shipments : cattle and grain. The town contains besides its 
stores, etc., seven elevators, planing and flour mills, cement block 
factories, a cottage hospital and two hotels. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Rokeby, Bredenbury, 
Fort Pelly, Theodore, Langenberg, Springside, Wallace, Church- 
bridge, Kamsack, Buchanan and Sheho. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Enterprise Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1896 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, size 22 x 15. 

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PROVINCE OF ALBERTA. 



On Sept. I St, 1905, the formal inaug'uration of the new Province of 
Alberta took place at Edmonton, the city which, after a lively strug-gle, 
had been chosen as capital. On that day there was added to the ranks of 
the self-governing- provinces of the Dominion one of the Ij^ft favored 
districts in the world — attractive in the beauty of its rolling prairie, foothills 
and mountains, in its magnificent climate, which has earned for it the 
name of *' Sunny Alberta," and in the wonderful richness of its varied 
resourt^es. Alberta extends from the 49th parallel on the south to the 6oth 
on the north, a distance of 750 miles, and from the iioth meridian on the 
east to the 120th on the west, giving- it a breadth of 400 miles. Its area is 
254,559 square miles. The eastern part of the province is a rolling prairie, 
a large part of which is admirably adapted to raising the first quality of 
hard wheat. Farther west come the foothills of the Rockies, and a territory 
probably unexcelled for ranching, mixed farming and raising the famous 
*' Alberta Red" wheat. There are very extensive irrigation schemes 
under development, which are opening up some remarkably fertile land, 
and settlers are rapidly taking it up. At the west of the Province, forming 
the boundary line for nearly 400 miles between it and British Columbia, 
rise the grand old Rocky Mountains. Here much of the mineral wealth of 
the province is located. "The Pass" district in which Crow's Nest, 
Frank, and other well-known mining towns are situated, has a large and 
steady output of good coal. Coal mines are also found at various points 
throughout the province — near Medicine Hat, Edmonton, Calgary, etc. 
Zinc deposits are extensively worked in the neighborhood of Frank. The 
climate of " Sunny Alberta" is very different from that of the prairie pro- 
vinces to the east. The Rockies shelter it from the cold north-west winds, 
and the warm Chinook winds sweep down from the mountains and foot- 
hills, clearing away the winter snows almost as fast as they fall. The 
result is that n most parts of the province cattle can be wintered out of 
doors, and it makes an ideal ranching country. The Peace River District 
at the north, almost 400 miles square, has been scarcely opened up yet for 
farming, though it ranks as one of the greatest fur producing districts in 
the world. More raw furs are marketed at Edmonton than in any other 
city in the world. Tests have proved, too, that almost every part of this 
territory will grow wheat and rough grains, and it is the intention of the 
Government to introduce reindeer in the northern part. The province is 
served by three great railway systems, the Canadian Pacific, Canadian 
Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific. It has five cities and 51 towns and 
villages, while new towns are springing up very rapidly. The Govern- 
ment consists of a Lieutenant-Governor, Executive Council and a Legisla- 
tive Assembly of 25 members. The population of the province at the end 
of 1906 was 184,000. Capital at Edmonton. 

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BANFF, pop. 500, (Banff Hot Springs), District of Banff, on the 
Western Division Swift Current branch of the C. P. Ry., 70 miles 
W. of Calgary and about 370 miles E. of Vancouver, in the heart 
of the Canadian Rockies ; is visited annually by upwards of 25,000 
people; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Fishing, boating, bathing, hunt- 
ing and camping, are the principal attractions ; four first-class hotels 
and a sanatorium. The high altitude and bracing atmosphere are 
beneficial to consumptives. Banff is the station for the Rocky 
Mou»l.m Park, the national reservation of over 5,000 square miles, 
embracing parts of the valleys of the Bow, Spray and Cascade 
Rivers, Lake Mennewanta and several noble mountain ranges. Mt. 
Assiniboine, the Matterhorn of the New World, is 20 miles south of 
Banff. 

CRAG AND CANYON, weekly; N. K. Luxton, publisher; 
established 1900 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, size 11 x 8)4.' 

BLAIRMORE, pop. 449, District of Pincher Creek, on Crow's Nest 
River and Western Division C. P. Ry., lo miles east of the Crow's 
Nest Pass, B. C. boundary line, 170 miles west of Dunmore Junc- 
tion; Tel., Ex., M.O,, Bank. Chief Industries: coal mining, saw 
mills, lime and coke. Chief shipments ; coal, lumber, lime and coke. 
Commercial and distributing point of the Crow's Nest Pass coal 
fields. Surrounding camps and towns where no papers are pub- 
lished : .Coleman, Lille, Bellevue, Byron Creek and Sentinel. 

Tl M ES, weekly ; H.J. Matheson, publisher; established 1903; 
independent ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 
15x21. 

CALGARY, pop. 15,000, District of Gleichen, on the Bow River and 
* Western Division C.P.Ry., 840 miles W. of Winnipeg, 420 miles 
E. of Vancouver and 2,260 miles N. W. of Montreal ; Jet. Point 
for Edmonton and northern points, for Macleod and southern points 
and for Donald, B.C., and western points, making it the centre of 
the opening of the new and vast country which is annually attracting 
settlers in large numbers ; Tel., T. , Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries: saw and planing mills, tanneries, etc. Chief shipments : grain, 
lumber and live stock. Calgary is the most important, as well 
as the most picturesque town between Brandon and Vancouver. It 
is beautifully situated on a plateau at an altitude of 3,388 feet, over- 
looked by the snow-capped peaks of the Rockies. It is the centre 
' of the trade of the northern part of the great ranching country and 
the chief source of supply for the mining districts in the mountains 
beyond. Lumber is largely made here from logs floated down 
Bow River. Calgary is an important Station of the R. N. W. M. P. 
and a post of the Hudson Bay Company. The city contains five 
churches, public schools, opera house, railway shops and splendid 
public buildings. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Shepard, Langden, Strathmore, Turner, Keith and 
Canmore. 

ALBERTAN, every morning except Sunday ; Albertan Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1901 ; liberal; subscription 
$3.00 ; ten to twelve pages, size 19 x 24. Circ'n 3^ 

WEEKLY; established 1881 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight to twelve pages, size 19 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

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ALBERTA. 



HERALD, every evening- except Sunday; J. H. Woods, editor 
and manag^ing- director, The Herald Co., Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1883; independent-conservative; subscription, morning- edition 
$4.00, daily edition $5.00 ; eig-ht pag^es, size 17^ x 22. Circ'n 4 

WEEKLY ; established 1883 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, size 17^^ x 22. Circ'n 4 

Advt. — The Daily Herald is read by go per cent of Calgary s population, and is 



rapidly gaining circulation, both in the city and province. It is the home paper of 
the city, and its sworn circulation (net ) for April loofj, ivas 4,038 copies daily, while 
for May it was 4,232. It circulates 2^500 daily in Calgary. See Advt. Page 28. 



N EWS, every evening except Sunday ; Daily News Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; subscription 
$5.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 1% 

CHINOOK, weekly; M. T. McKay, editor and manager ; estab- 
lished 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 50 cents ; 
eight pages, size 17^ x 24. 

EYE OPENER, weekly; R. C. Edwards, editor and proprietor, 
Edward Ross, manager ; established 1902 ; humorous ; Saturday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 15 x 22. 

PRAIRIE, weekly; Annie B. Merrill, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; sixteen pages. 

Circ'n i 

STANDARD, weekly. No report. 

FARM AND RANCH REVIEW, AND GRAIN GROWERS' 
GAZETTE, monthly ; Farm and Ranch Review Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers, C. W. Peterson, editor, M. D. Geddes, business manager ; 
established 1905 ; agricultural ; subscription 60 cents ; thirty-six 
pages, size 9x12. Circ'n 6^ 

TRADE GAZETTE, monthly ; Trade Gazette Publishing Co., 
publishers, John J. Young, manager, G. B. McDermot, editor ; 
established 1906 ; trade; subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, size 
8>^ x 12. 

CAM ROSE, pop. 412, District of Wetaskiwin, on the C. P. Ry., 25 
miles E. of Wetaskiwin ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
try : farming. Besides its stores, the town contains six churches, 
two-storey brick public school, fire hall with $10,000 fire fighting 
plant and two feed mills, and is lighted with gas. Situated in the 
centre of a well settled district. Surrounding towns and villages 
where nc papers are published : Bawlf, Killam, Sedgewick, Hardis- 
ty. Bittern Lake, Bardo and New Norway. 

MAIL, weekly; Mail Publishing Co., publishers; established 
1906 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,600 

See Advt. Page 86. 

,CARDSTON, pop. 1,001, District of Cardston, on St. Mary's River, 
and Stirling to Spring Coulee branch of Alberta Ry. and Coal Co. 
Ry., 40 miles S. W. of Lethbridge, and 37 miles S. of Fort 
McLeod ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: ranching 
and agriculture. Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. The 
town contains, besides its stores, etc., two churches. The Blood 
Indian Reservation is near here. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Mountain View, Aetna, Colles, 
Leavitt and Caldwell. 

ALBERTA STAR, weekly; David H. Elton, editor and pro- 
prietor; established 1898 (as Record), changed to Alberta Star 1901 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; six pages, size 15 x 22. 

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CARSTAIRS, pop. 297, District of Rosebud, on Calgary and Edmon- 
ton branch of C. P. Ry., 41 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industry : farming-. Located in the famous Chinook 
belt, and surrounded by a splendid winter wheat country. The town 
contains three churches and a fine four-roomed brick school-house. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Kansas, Neapolis, Sunnyslope, Crossfield, Airdrie and Cremona. 

JOURNAL, weekly; L. E. Davis, publisher; established 1905; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n X 

CLARESHOLM, pop. 680, District of Macleod, on Calgary and 
Macleod branch of C. P. Ry., 82 miles S. of Calgary, and 25 miles 
from Macleod ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industry : mixed 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Stavely, New Oxley, Lyndon, Meadow Creek and Cut 
Bank. 

REVIEW, weekly ; A. Wylie, editor and publisher, E. C. Payne, 
manager ; established 1904 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; six pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

DAYSLAND, pop. 288, District of Wetaskiwin, on the Wetaskiwin 
branch of the C. P. Ry., 51 miles E. of Wetaskiwin ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : mixed farming : Chief Shipments : 
wheat, oats and live stock. Daysland is situated in the hard wheat 
belt. The town has Methodist and Presbyterian churches. Sur- , 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Ohaton, 
Bawlf, Hardisty, Lougheed, Sedgewick, Killam, Strome, Holden 
and Tofield. 

PRESS, weekly ; A. A. P. McDowell, publisher ; established 
1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size 15 X 22. 

UlDSBURY, pop. 477, District of Rosebud, on the Edmonton section 
of the C. P. Ry., 40 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The village has four churches 
and several stores. 

PIONEER, weekly; H. E. Osmond, publisher; established 
1903 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
20 x 13. Circ'n )4. 

EDMONTON, pop. 15,000, District of Sturgeon, capital of the Pro- 
vince of Alberta, on the North Saskatchewan River, 825 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 195 miles N. of Calgary ; on C. N. Ry., C. P. Ry., and 
G. T. P. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, 
grist and planing mills, stock raising and farming. Chief Ship- 
ments : lumber, coal, grain and farm produce. The town contains 
thirteen churches, six public schools, fourteen banks, a college with 
over 200 students, and has electric light, power and street car plants 
operated by the city. Edmonton is the shipping point for a rich 
farming and ranching territory within a radius of 150 miles north, 
east and west, ^nd is a divisional point on the new G. T. P. Ry. On 
the opposite bank of the river is Strathcona, a town of 4,000. 

BULLETIN, every evening except Sunday; Bulletin Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1903; liberal; subscription $3.00 ; ten pages, 
size 17^ X 22>^. Circ'n 2 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1880 ; Monday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 1']% x 22. • Circ'n 2^ 

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EVENING JOURNAL, every evening^ except Sunday ; Journal 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903; conservative; subscription 
$4.00; ten to twelve pag-es, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n i^ 

MORNING JOURNAL (morning edition of Journal), every 
morning except Sunday; subscription $5.00; twelve pages, size 
17X X 24. Circ'n 1 

WEEKLY, established 1903; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight to 
twelve pages, size \']]4. x 24. Circ'n i 

FREE PRESS, weekly. No report. 

SATURDAY N EWS, weekly ; News Publishing Co., publishers, 
A. B. Watt, editor, C. G. Scarth, business manager; established 
1905; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.50; twenty pages, 
size ii>^ X 17. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,500 

Advt. — Aboz'e figures represent average circulation during first year of existence, 
•vchich is not a fair criterion. Present circulation, 3,000. Official organ of Alberta 
Farmers Association, and leading journal 0/ comment of the Province, in all parts 
of which its subscribers are to be found. See Advt. Page SS- 

WHEAT BELT REVIEW, weekly; Free Press Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1906; news and literary; subscription 
$1.00; sixteen to thirty-six pages, size 13 x 20. 

LE COURRIER DE L' QUEST, French, weekly; Le Courrier 
de rOuest Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1905; 
liberal ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n i^ 

ALBERTA HEROLD, German, weekly; Gustav Kormann, 
publisher; established 1903; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, size 17^ x 22^. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 4,609* 

See Advt. Page 41. 

ALBERTA GAZETTE, semi-monthly; official organ of Provin- 
cial Government; established 1905; subscription $2.00; sixteen 
pages and upwards, size 6^ x 10. 

Inserts only Government advertisements. 

GREAT WEST, semi-monthly; M. A. Strang, editor, W. W. 
Stickney, circulation and advertising manager ; established 1907 ; 
scientific farming and official organ of Canadian Society of Equity ; 
subscription $1.00; twenty pages up, size 10)^ x 13^. 

ALBERTA MONTHLY, monthly; The Western Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1906; subscription 50 cents ; 
fourteen pages, size 8>^ x n>^. 

FORT SASKATCHEWAN, pop. 585, District of victoria, on the 
Saskatchewan River and C.N.Ry., i8 miles N. by E. of Edmonton. 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, saw and 
grist mills and brickyards. Chief Shipments : grain, lumber and 
bricks. The town contains three churches, two hotels, seven 
stores and public school, and is one of the division headquarters of 
the R.N.W.M.P. 

REPORTER, weekly; Reporter, Ltd., publishers, W. A. Pratten, 
editor and manag-er ; established 1903 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

FRANK, pop. 1,178, District of Pincher Creek, on Crows Nest branch 
of C. P.Ry., 54 miles W. of Macleod, and 51 miles from Femie, B.C.; 
Tel., T. , Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: coal mining", zinc 
smelting, cement manufacturing, brick making and lime burning. 

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Frank is the centre of an immense coal mining- district known as 
The Pass, having- coal mines of an average daily output of 4,500 
tons within a radius of six miles. The town has a church, school, 
customs house, opera house, electric light and water systems. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Coleman, Lille, Bellevue and Hilcrest. 

THE FRAN K PAPER, weekly; Mark Drumm, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1905; liberal; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four pages, size 
15 X 22. ' 

GLEICHEN, pop. 200, District of Gleichen, on the main line of the 
C.P.Ry., 54 miles E. of Calgary; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming, ranching and coal mining. Besides its stores, the town 
has four churches, a school, fine hall and good water. It is the centre 
of the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Colonization Co. 's undertaking, 
and the surrounding country is rapidly being settled. 

CALL, weekly; W. Park Evans, publisher and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50 ; four pag-es, 
size 15 X 22. 

See Advt. Page 105. 

HIGH RIVER, pop. 1,018, District of High River, on Calgary and 
Macleod branch of C.P.Ry., 40 miles S. of Calgary, and on the 
High Wood River, 68 miles N. of Macleod; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumber mill, planing mill and farming. 
Chief Shipments : grain and farm produce, live stock and lumber. 
The town has three churches, two schools, three chartered banks, 
town hall, municipal lighting plant and water supply. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Dinton, Lineham, 
Pekisko and Cayley. 

TIMES, weekly; Charles Clark, publisher; established 1905; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, size 
16 X 21. Circ'n ^ 

INNISFAIL, pop. 643, District of Innisfail, on C. & E. branch of the 
C. P. Ry., 76 miles N. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : mixed farming and cattle raising-, brick and 
butter making. Chief Shipments : cattle, hogs, butter, grain and 
hay. The town contains, beside its stores, etc., five churches, town 
hall, fire hall and fire department, young mens' institute, elevator 
and a large eight-room school, hotels and g-overnment creamery. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Bowden, Markerville, Lake View, Mayton and TindastoU. 

PROVINCE, weekly ; Edward J. Fream, editor and publisher ; 
established 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four to six pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 844 * 
See Advt. Page 38. 

LACOMBE, pop. 1,015, District of Lacombe, on Calgary & Edmonton 
branch of the C.P. Ry., 118 miles N. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : mixed farming^.and cattle raising, dairy- 
ing, foundry and machine shop, and brick yards. Chief Shipments : 
grain, cattle, horses, hogs, butter, cheese, eggs, poultry and pota- 
toes. The town contains $50,000 brick school house, three churches 
and opera house. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Blackfalds, Morningside, Canyon, Lamerton, Tees, 
Alix and Bentley. 

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ADVERTISER, weekly; F. H. Schooley, publisher ; established 
1898; independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $i.qo ; ; 
eig-ht pag'es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

WESTERN GLOBE, weekly; Chas. B. Halpin, publisher; 
established 1903 ; liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten pag^es, 
size 17X X 24. Circ'n ^ 

LEDUC, pop. 391, District of Leduc, on Calgary and Edmonton sec- 
tion of C. P. Ry., 18 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Calmar, Saron, Kavanagh and Beaumont. 

REPRESENTATIVE, weekly. No report. 

LETHBRIDGE, pop. 2,313, District of Lethbridge, on Belly River, 
and a divisional point on the Crows Nest and Minneapolis and 
Spokane branches of the C. P. Ry., and headquarters of the Alberta 
Ry., 105 miles S. E. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : cattle, sheep and horse ranching, farming with 
irrigation, brick yards and collieries, brewery, woollen mill, flour 
mill and iron works. Chief Shipments : cattle, brick, grain, hay 
and coal. The town contains five churches, public schools and 
hospital, and the collieries of the Alberta Ry. Co., which employ 
over 1,000 men. It has electric light, water works and a sewerage 
system, is a R.N.W.M.P. post and Dominion land office. 

NEWS, every day except Sunday ; K. H. Fessenden, managing 
editor ; independent ; subscription $5.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

WEEKLY, established 1885 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight to twelve pages, size 15 x 22. 

HERALD, weekly; Herald Printing Co., Ltd., publishers, 
O. D. Austin, editor ; established 1905 ; independent-liberal ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 1,000 

See Advt, Page 36. 

MACLEOD, pop. 1,144, District of Macleod, a divisional point at the 
junction of the Crows Nest liranch and the Calgary and Macleod 
branch of the C.P.Ry. , 95 miles S. of Calgary and 55 miles E. of 
Crows Nest Pass on B. C. boundary line ; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : cattle raising and farming. Chief 
Shipments : cattle and wheat. Four churches, good schools, head- 
quarters of the R. N. W. M. P. in Southern Alberta. Surrounded by 
vast deposits of bituminous and anthracite coal. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Clarke Bros., publishers; established 
1898 ; liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages. Circ'n % 

GAZETTE, weekly ; H. S. French, pubHsher ; established 
1882; conservative; Saturday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 
• size 15 X 22. Circ'n \% 

Also publishes Taber Free Press. 

MAG RATH, pop. 884, District of Cardston, on Alberta R. & C. Co. 
Ry., 20 miles S. of Lethbridge, and 25 miles from the U.S. 
Boundary Line; Tel., T., Ex., M.O. Chief Industries : farming 
and ranching-. 

PIONEER, weekly. No report. 

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MEDICINE HAT, pop. 3,020, District of Medicine Hat, on the 
South Saskatchewan River and C.P.R., three miles W. of Dunmore 
Junction, i8o miles S.E. of Calgary; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. 
Chief Industries : coal mining-, ranching-, woollen mills, flour mill, 
confectionery manufactory, and farming. Chief Shipments : coal, 
manufactured woollen goods, live stock and grain. The town con- 
tains six churches, good public schools and four natural gas wells. 
Surrounding towns and villages were no papers are published : 
Dunmore Junction, Irvine, Walsh, Stair, Suffield, Bowell, Langevin 
and Woodpecker. 

NEWS, weekly; Medicine Hat Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1894 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; twelve to sixteen pages, size 18 x 24. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 1,420 

See Advt. Page 46. 

TIMES, weekly ; W. Lacey Amy, publisher ; established 1903 ; 
conservative ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.50 ; twelve to sixteen 
pages ; size 18 x 24. 

NANTON, pop. 382, District of High River, on the Macleod-Calgary 
section Western Division of C.P.Ry., about 45 miles N. of Macleod 
and S. of Calgary; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
wheat growing and ranching. Chief Shipments : wheat and live 
stock. Surrounding towns and villages were no papers are pub- 
lished : Cayley, Stavely, Macewan and Willows. 

N EWS, weekly ; Jones & Jessup, proprietors ; established 1903 ; 
independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 
size 13 X 20. Circ'n y^ 

OKOTOKS, pop. 508, District of High River, on the Calgary and 
Macleod section of the C. P. Ry., 26 miles S. of Calgary and 80 
miles N. of Macleod; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries: 
mixed farming, horse breeding and lumbering. Chief Shipments : 
grain and lumber. The town contains, besides its stores, five 
churches, school, three hotels, lumber mill, etc. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Sandstone, Millarville, 
De Winton, Grierson, Davisburg and Dinton. 

REVIEW, weekly ; S. R. Hodson, publisher; established 1901 ; 
Independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 15^ x 22. 

Circ'n ^ 

OLDS, pop. 554, District of Rosebud, on the Calgary-Edmonton sec- 
tion of C. P. Ry. , 57 miles N. of Calgary, in a first class farming and 
stock-raising district ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries 
and Shipments : grain and live stock. Large immigration coming 
into the district from Ontario and the United States. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Bowden, Murray 
Valley, Eagle Hill, Harmattan, Neapolis and Mayton. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Gooder & Campbell, publishers ; established 
1900; independent; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n }i 

PINCHER CREEK, pop. 589, District of Pincher Creek, situated 

on Pincher Creek, on Crows Nest branch of C.P.Ry., 35 miles W. of 

' MacLeod and 24 miles E. of Crows Nest ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 

Chief Industries : cattle ranching and farming. Chief Shipments : 

cattle, grain and hay. The town contains five churches, public 

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school, industrial school and two hotels. .Surroundinjj;' towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Gillinj^ham, Dundbreek, 
Cowley, Mountain Mill and Brocket. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ECHO, weekly; E. T. Saunders, pub- 
lisher ; established 1900; independent ; Friday ; subscription $2.00; 
four pag-es, size 16 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

PON OKA, pop. 473, District of Ponoka, on Battle River and C. & 

E. branch of C.P.Ry., 60 miles S. of Edmonton and 130 miles N. of 
Calg-ary. Chief Industries : lumbering-, dairying and mixed farming. 
Chief Shipments : lumber, dairy and farm produce. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : HoUbroke, 
Bismark, lowalta, Morningside and Wood River. 

HERALD, weekly; George Gordon, publisher ; established 1900; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $i.<3o ; four pages ; size 18 x 24. 

See Advt. Page 103. Circ'n % 

RAYMOND, pop. 1,568, District of Lethbridge, on the A. Ry. and 
L Co. Ry., 13 miles S.E. of Lethbridge, 97 miles S.W. of Medicine 
Hat; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Brigham S. Young, publisher; estab- 
lished 1903; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n % 

RED DEER, pop. 1,418, District of Red Deer, is very prettily situated 
in a wooded district on the Red Deer River and on the C. & E. Ry., 
90 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
mixed farming and cattle raising, lumber mills, iron works, sash 
and door factory, brick yards, stone quarries and flour mills. Chief 
Shipments : cattle, grain, lumber, bricks and flour. Besides its 
stores, the town contains five churches, $40,000 school, good hotels 
and opera house, and has electric light, waterworks and sewerage 
systems. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Blackfalds and Evarts. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; F. W. Galbraith, publisher ; established 
1900 ; independent-liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
size x'jYz X 24. Circ'n )^ 

NEWS, weekly; John. A. Carswell, publisher; established 1905; 
conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
18 X 24. Circ'n )^ 

oTETTLER, pop. 900, District of Lacombe, on a branch line of the 
C. P. Ry., east from Lacombe, 50 miles distant ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming and coal mining. Chief Shipments : grain 
and coal. Stettler is situated in the centre of, and is the distributing 
point for, an excellent wheat growing district, which has the advant- 
age of having large deposits of good coal. It is growing very 
rapidly, and has now, besides its stores, a church, school, hotels, 
elevators, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Mayville, Erskine, Content, Ewing, Trenville, 
Ingleton, Red Willow and Essington. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; Will Godson, publisher ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 
size 1^% X 22. Circ'n i 

Advt.— The Stettler IndePendrttt , though only ten months old on A^ril tjth, tgoj, 
has the largest sworn circulation o/ any country weekly in Alberta. Stettler being 
a railivay terminal town, the Independent has a field all its otvn, and is the only 
weekly outside the cities publishing the latest telegraphic netvs. Newspapers and 
prominent residents of toivns and cities in Alberta and other provinces speak of the 
Independent as the best weekly in the Province. Send for sample copy and rate 
card. See Advt. Page jg. 

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STRATHCONA, pop. 2,921, District of Strathcona, on the N. 
Saskatchewan River, on the opposite bank to Edmonton ; the 
terminus of the C. & E. Ry., and the headquarters of the C.P.Ry. for 
Northern Alberta. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
farmings and mining-. Chief Shipments : coal and farm products. 
The city contains, besides its stores, etc., six churches, four schools, 
six hotels, two saw mills, oatmeal and flour mills, tannery, coal 
mines and two brick yards. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : EUerslie, Otoskwan, Clover Bar, Horton- 
ville and Tofield. 

PLAIN DEALER, semi-weekly; Plaindealer Co., publishers; 
established 1894 ; independent-liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1 .50 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 1 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Chronicle Co., publishers, Wright 
Beaumont, manager ; established 1904 ; conservative ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, size 17)^ x 24. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 99, 

TABER, pop. 1,500, District of Lethbridge, on Lethbridge branch of 
C. P. Ry., 76 miles W. of Medicine Hat, 32 miles E. of Lethbridge ; 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, ranching and 
mining. Chief Shipments : wheat, live stock and coal. Besides 
its stores, etc., the town has four churches and three large hotels, 
and has five coal mines operating. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Purple Springs, Wetmore, Wood- 
pecker and Chip. 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; established I907 ; H. S. French, 
editor and publisher ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n y^ 

Also publishes Macleod Gazette. 

VEGREVILLE, pop. 344, District of Vermilion, on the Vermilion 
River, and on Edmonton section of C.N. Ry., 72 miles E. of Edmon- 
ton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. A prosperous agricultural town, 
founded in 1905, and surrounded by rich farming lands. It has, 
besides its stores, three churches and public and separate schools. 
Chief Shipments : grain and live stock. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Lavoy, Innisfree, Ranfurly, 
Mundare, Chipman, Beaver Lake and Tofield 

OBSERVER, weekly; A. L. Horton, publisher; established 

1906; independent-liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; five 
to ten pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 46. 

VERMILION, pop. 623, District of VermiHon, a divisional point on 
the main line of the C.N.Ry., half way between Edmonton and 
Battleford. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Vermilion is beautifully 
located on the high bank overlooking the Vermilion River, a tribu- 
tary of the North Saskatchewan. Chief Industries : stock raising, 
dairying and grain growing. Vermilion is the centre of one of the 
best mixed farming districts in the west. Besides its various stores, 
the town contains three churches, public school, three hotels, lumber 
yards, implement warehouses, Dominion lands office and Board of 
Trade. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Kitscoty, Islay, Mannville, Denwood, Lavoy, St. Paul de 
Metis and Ranfurly.| 

SIGNAL, weekly ; W. B. Cameron, editor and publisher ; 
established 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

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WETASKIWIN, pop. 1,652, District of Wetaskiwin, on C. & E. 
branch of C. P. Ry., 40 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering-, g-overnment creamery, 
flour milling- and farming. Chief Shipments : lumber, cattle, pork, 
grain, flour, hides and country produce. The town contains besides 
its stores, etc., eig-ht hotels, six larg-e g-rain elevators, a four-room 
school, six churches, town hall, opera house, hospital, three banks, 
and has electric lig-ht plant and water works. It is the market 
for the Beaver Lake and Battle River settlements. Surrounding 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Millet, Leduc. 
Otoskwan and Hobbema. 

POST, weekly; L. D. von I Aland, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

TIM ES, weekly ; V. C. French, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pag-es up, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 



Every word that is unnecessary is a handicap to the 
advertisement. The ability to "shut up" just when the 
desired effect has been produced, instead of spoiling that 
effect by mentioning immaterial data, is one that is to be 
valued highly. — Printers' Ink. 



Advertising, like liniment, doesn't do much good when 
applied with a feather. It needs to be rubbed in for results. 
Apply it through the right mediums to the right people at 
the right time, and keep on rubbing it in until returns begin 
to come. Then, still keep on a rubbing. 

Jed Scarbcro. 



Tell your story as clearly, as entertainingly, and as con- 
vincingly as you can, and get it into the hands of as many 
people as possible. That is the sum and substance of adver- 
tising. Whether the public responds or not depends upon 
whether there is a real demand for the thing advertised. If 
there isn't, advertising may in time create the demand ; but 
unless the need already exists you must be prepared to wait a 
long time for r^svXX.'^.— Printers' Ink, 



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BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



British Columbia, the largest of all the provinces of the Canadian 
Confederation, has a land area of 370,191 sq. miles, and a water area of 
2,439 ^4* "^'j being- more than the combined areas of France, Italy, 
Belgium and Holland. All the great natural features of the other 
provinces are here reproduced on a magnified scale, the great prairies of 
the North- West alone excepted. It has a greater variety of climate than 
any other province, for while the upper slopes of the Rockies are as cold 
as Labrador, the southern coast is so warm that oranges have been ripened 
in the open air. Taken as an average the climate is mild and equable and 
resembles that of many parts of England. Its many splendid valleys and 
level plateaus are exceedingly fertile. Agriculture is growing rapidly 
with the spread of mining, both south and north. In 1901 the average 
production per farm was $1,047 — ^^e highest in the Dominion. In 
fisheries, its vast salmon industries make it a close second to Nova Scotia, 
the value of British Columbia catch in 1901 being $7,942,771 ; this is a fair 
annual average, and in addition nearly $500,000 worth of sealskins are 
taken annually in the open season. Its wonderful coast line of thousands 
of miles embracing hundreds of harbors ; its unrivalled fisheries ; its 
stupendous forests, many trees of which measure from 8 to 10 feet in 
diameter ; its incalculable wealth in those minerals which are the most 
valued by, and most necessary to man, and its peculiar geographical 
position on the Pacific Coast, all mark out the province as one of the 
imperial realms of the future. The wealth of British Columbia in minerals 
can as yet scarcely be calculated, for tracts of country thousands of sq. 
miles in extent, are as yet untraversed by the prospector, and many 
regions known to be rich in minerals can not yet be reached by railways. 
Among the minerals mined or exported to a greater or less extent are 
gold, silver, coal, iron, copper, galena, mercury, cinnibar, platinum, 
antimony, bismuth, molybendum, plumbago, salt and mica, while many 
other minerals are known to exist. The coal of the province ranges from 
common lignite to anthracite, and most of it is admirably suited for steam 
purposes. The steam shipping trade of the whole American coast of the 
Pacific is now looking to British Columbia for its coal supplies. The vast 
coal beds of the Crows Nest Pass have been proved to be excellent steam 
coal. The coal bearing areas so far explored are 65,000 sq. m. in extent, 
the quantity underlying portions of this area being estimated at four and 
a half to nine million tons per sq. mile. Gold is found in greater or less 
quantity all over the province, but the mines of the Kootenay and Cariboo 
districts are becoming prominent as quartz mining regions, while the 
Cassiar, Atlin Lake and other regions have developed rich placer mines. 
In 1905 the mineral production of the province was as follows : gold, 
$5,902,402; copper, $5,876,222; coal, $4,152,936; lead, $2,399,022; 
silver, $1,971,818 ; coke, $1,358,925 ; other materials, $800,000, making a 
total of $22,461,325. The population of British Columbia in 1891 was 
92,767 ; at the census of 1901 it was 178,657, and at the present time it is 
estimated at about 200,000. In 1902 there were 337 schools, with 570 
teachers and 23,903 pupils. The annual expenditure for education has 
increased from $171,311 in 1891 to $438,086 in 1902. The province is 
represented in the Dominion Parliament by three senators, and six mem- 
bers of the House of Commons. The local government is carried on by a 
single chamber, the Legislative Assembly, having 42 members. Capital, 
Victoria. 

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ALDERMERE, pop., with surrounding settlements, 1,000, District 
of Comox-Atlin, in the valley of the Bulkley River, a southern 
tributary of the Skeena, S. of Port Hazelton. Chief Industries: 
mining", lumbering and farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Hazelton, Morricetown and 
Kitwanga. 

BULKLEY PIONEER, weekly ; Bulkley Pioneer Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1907; independent; Saturday; sub- 
scription $2.00; four pages, size 12 x 18. 

ARMSTRONG, pop. 800, District of Yale-Cariboo, on S. & O. branch 
of C.P.Ry., 35 miles from main line, 225 miles N.E. of Vancouver, 
250 miles W. by S. of Calgary ; Tel., Ex., M.O. , Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : fruit growing, cattle raising and general farming, flour and 
saw mills, and sash and door factory. Chief Shipments : fruit, cattle, 
produce, sashes and doors. The town has waterworks and electric 
light, three churches, high and public schools. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Armstrong Advertiser Printing and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; independent; 
Friday ; subscription $2.00; four pages, size 150c 22. Circ'n ^ 

ASHCROF T , pop. 400, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the main line of 
the C.P.Ry., 140 miles N.E. of Vancouver and 45 miles W. of 
Kamloops ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. The government offices are 
located at Ashcroft. Chief Industries : stock raising and agriculture. 
Chief Shipments : cattle and potatoes. The town contains besides 
its stores, etc., three churches and three hotels. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Pennys, Barkersville, 
Clinton, Soda Creek, Quesnelle Forks, Basque, Spatsum, Semlin and 
Chilcoten. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Ashcroft Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1895; independent ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four 
to six pages, size 15^ x 22. Circ'n % 

ATLIN, pop. 5,000, District of Comox-Atlin, on W.P. & Y. Ry., near 
Lake Atlin and near the boundary of the Yukon ; Tel., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industries : dredging, hydraulic and placer mining, sawmill, 
brewery, machine shops. Chief Shipments : ore and minerals. The 
town is one of the leading placer mining camps of the province. It 
has three churches, public school, court house and hospital, is lighted 
by electricity, and has good water supply and excellent climate. 

CLAIM, weekly ; Altin Claim Publishing Co., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1889; conservative; Saturday; subscription $5.00; four 
pages, size 12 x 18. Circ'n ^ 

CAMBORNE, pop. 350, District of Kootenay, on Fish River, 18 miles 
S.W. of Arrowhead, the terminus of the Arrowhead branch of the 
* C.P.Ry., 12 miles from Beaton, with which there is steamboat con- 
nection. Chief Industry : mining. Chief Shipments : gold, galena 
and copper ores. The camp was discovered in 1900, when free gold 
quartz ledges were found, and now contains besides its stores and 
residences, three stamping mills, which produce $15,000 per month 
in gold bricks, a public school, large hall and waterworks, and 
electric light. 

MINER, weekly; G. R. Northey, publisher; established 1902; 
independent ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 
16 x 22. Circ'n j^ 

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CHILLIWACK, pop. 800, District of New Westminster, on the south 
bank of the Eraser River ; steamers daily to New Westminster, and 
ferry twice a day to Harrison Mills on the main line of the C. P. Ry. 
Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. It is situated in a valley surrounded by high 
mountains at the foot of Popcum Mountain, which is about eight 
miles from Chilliwack. Messrs. Knight Bros.' saw, planing, shingle 
and wood pulp mills are situated here, as are also two creameries 
and a large hop packing establishment. The town contains four 
churches, public and high schools, and just outside the town, in the 
village of Sardis, is a large Indian mission. Chief Industries : 
lumbering, sash, door and furniture factory, fruit canning and cream- 
eries, fishing and farming. Chief Shipments : lumber, fish, fruit, 
general farm produce and butter. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Yale, Port Moody, Hope, Douglas, 
Pemberton and Anderson. 

FRASER ADVANCE, weekly; Jv Burtt Morgan, publisher; 
established 1891 ; liberal-conservative ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 12 x 17^. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 94. 

CRANBROOK, pop. 1,700, District of Kootenay, on the Lethbridge 
section of the C.P.Ry., 350 miles E. of Vancouver and 50 miles W. 
of the Crows Nest Pass ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
lumber and mining. Chief Shipments : lumber and ore. The town 
contains besides its stores, three saw mills, sash and door factory, 
electric light and cold storage plants, and five hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Doris, 
Wanklyn and Kimberley. 

HERALD, weekly; Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 
F. E. Simpson, editor and manager ; established 1898 ; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday ; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

Circ'n i 

PROSPECTOR, weekly; A. B.Grace, publisher and editor; 

established 1895 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; 

eight pages, size 19 x 21^. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 114. 

CUMBERLAND, pop. 1,149, District of Vancouver Island, nearest 
port Comox, on Nanaimo and Texada Island, S. S. line (weekly) be- 
tween Victoria and Comox ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : 
mining and lumbering. Chief Shipments : coal and lumber. The 
town contains several stores and a hotel. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Alexander, Oyster 
Harbour and Oyster Bay Siding. 

NEWS, weekly; J. A. Bates, publisher; established 1892; 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages. 

Circ'n >^ 

DUNCAN, pop. 207, District of Nanaimo, on the E. & N. Ry., 27 
miles N. W. of Victoria, on Vancouver Island; Tel., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Somenos, Westholme, Crofton, Koksilah, Cowichan and 
Cobble Hill. 

COWICHAN LEADER, weekly ; Martin M. Smith, editor and 
proprietor ; established 1905 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, size 13 x 18^. Circ'n yi 

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EN DERBY, pop. 700, District of Vale-Cariboo, on the Spallumacheen 
River and Shuswap and Okanag-an branch of C. P. Ry. ; Tel., Ex., 
M.O., Bank. An excellent tourist resort, with good fishing and 
hunting- of both small and big game in season. The land is rapidly 
being divided into small holdings. Chief Industries : farming, flour 
and saw mills and box factory : Chief Shipments : lumber, flour, 
grain, fruit, hay and vegetables. The town contains, besides its 
stores, three churches, public school and hall and six fraternal 
lodges ; good railway and waterway facilities. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Mara, Salmon Arm, 
Kault, Silver Creek, Notch Hill and Tappen. 

EN DERBY PROGRESS AND NORTHERN OKANAGAN 
HERALD, weekly ; W. & H. Fraser, publishers ; established 1904 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; four to six pages, size 
13 X 21. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 32. 

FERNIE, pop. 4,000, Kootenay District, on the Crows Nest section of 
C.P.Ry., and terminus of G.N. Ry. branch from Rexford, Mont., 
in The Pass 35 miles W. of the Summit, and is the headquarters of 
the Crows Nest Pass Coal Co.; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief 
industries : coal mining and coke works, saw mills. Chief Ship- 
ments : coal, coke and lumber. Good hunting and fishing. Sur- 
roimding towns and villages where no papers are published : Cokats, 
Hosmer, Sparwood and Michel. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; J. R. Wallace & Co., publishers; 
established 1898; independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; eight 
pages, size 16 x 22. See Advt, Page 87. Circ'n i 

LEDGER, weekly; United Mine Workers of Am., Dist. No. 18, 
publishers ; established 1905 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$2.00; six pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 1 

GOLDEN, pop. 1,000, Kootenay District, on the Columbia River and 
C.P.Ry. ; 140 miles W. of Calgary; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : mining, fruit growing, stock-raising and smelting. 
Chief Shipments : timber, gold, silver, copper, cattle and farm 
produce. Golden is the distributing point for mails in the East 
Kootenay district, and is the. point of departure from the C.P.Ry. to 
the Upper Kootenay and the Upper Columbia. In the vicinity are 
rich gold, silver and copper mines, to develop which a smelter has 
been erected. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Leancoll, Otter Tail, Stephen, Pallise, Donald, Glacier 
House, Canmore and Carbonate. 

STAR, weekly ; Golden Star Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; establisned 1903; independent; Saturday; subscription $2.00; 
four pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n |^ 

GRAND FORKS, pop. 2,500, District of Yale-Cariboo, about 25 
miles from Rossland, and very close to the U.S. boundary; Tel., 
Ex., M.O., Banks. Has three railways — the Columbia & Western 
branch C.P. Ry., the V.V. & E. Ry. (branch of Great Northern), 
and the Kettle Valley lines. Chief Industries: smelting and fruit 
growing. Fruit growing in the surrounding district is becoming 
an important industry ; and Granby Smelter here is the largest in 
Canada. Chief Shipments : copper and fruit. 

GAZETTE, weekly; the Gazette Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1896 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four 
pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n Yz 

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GREENWOOD, pop. 2,500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on C. P. 
Ry.; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : mining-, two 
smelters. Chief Shipment : ore. The town contains besides its 
stores, etc., 17 hotels. Surrounding- towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Eholt, McKinney, Fairview and Hedley City. 

BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES, weekly; Boundary Creek 
Printing- and Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1896 ; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 17)^ x 24. 

LEDGE, weekly; Jas. W. Grier, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1906; conservative; Thursday; subscrption $2.00; four 
pages, size 18 x 21. 

See Advt. Page 102. 

HEDLEY, pop. 300, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Similkameen 
River; Ex., M.O., Bank. The V.V. & E. branch of G.N. Ry. is in 
course of construction and trains are due in July, 1907. The chief 
industry is mining-, which will be greatly increased with railroad 
facilities. Chief Shipments : ore, concentrates and lumber. The 
town has waterworks, electric light, school and churches. Sur- 
rounding points where no papers are published : Keremeos, Alalia 
Osoyos, Fairview, Kilnochie, Allison and Okanagan Falls. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Hedley Gazette Printing and Publishing 

Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1904; conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 43. 

KAMLOOPS, pop. 2,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, at the confluence 
of the North and South Thompson Rivers, on the C.P.Ry., 250 miles 
from Vancouver, 291 miles from Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
It is the distributing centre for the Nicola and Priest Valleys and 
Okanagan and Spallumcheen country, which are the chief agricul- 
tural sections of the upper country. Chief Industries: copper mining, 
two saw and grist mills, fruit growing, ranching and farming. Chief 
Shipments : live stock, lumber, gfrain, iron and copper ore. The 
town contains five churches and four schools, brewery, cigar fac- 
tory, court house, land registry office, central prison and old man's 
home, has a g-ood water works system and fire department, has 
good steamboat and stage connection to all points. The climate is 
dry and healthy, and the C.P.Ry. have some important shops here. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Lilloet, Clinton, Lytton, Louis Creek, Notch Hill, Shuswap, Salmon 
Arm, Kualt, Yale, Pemberton, Douglas, Nicola, Grand Prairie and 
Ducks. 

INLAND SENTINEL, semi-weekly; Dr. M. S. Wade, editor 
and publisher ; establisiied 1880 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; four to six pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

STANDARD, weekly; F. E. Young, publisher; established 
1897 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; eight pag-es, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n ^ 

WA WA, monthly ; Rev. Father Le Jeune, "publisher ; estab- 
lished 1900 ; literary; subscription 50 cents. 

KASLO, pop. 1,680, Kootenay District, on Kootenay Lake, and 
terminus of Kaslo and Slocan Ry.; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief 
Industries : smelting, mining, ore sampling, fruit growing and lum- 
bering. Chief Shipments : lime rock, lumber, silver, lead and zinc 
ores, high grade apples and fruits. The town has railway connec- . 

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tion with Sandon, B.C., and has also a regfular line of steamers 
to Nelson, B.C., and Bonners Ferry, Idaho, U.S. It is the outlet of 
the Slocan district. The town contains churches of all denomina- 
tions, town hall, a good hotel, fire department, water works, electric 
lig-ht. Government offices, opera house and numerous stores. 
Surrounding" towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Whitewater, Pilot Bay, Bear Lake, Ainsworth, Lardo, Argent, 
Howser, Gerrard and Proctor. 

KOOTENAI N, weekly; Potter & Power, publishers; established 
1895 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $2.00; four pages, size 
16 X 22. Circ'n %. 

KELOWNA, pop. 800, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the E. side of 
Okanagan Lake, 28 miles S. of Okanagan Landing, its nearest 
station on Pacific division of C.P.Ry. ; Ex. M.O., Bank. The town 
is prettily situated and has two hotels, several stores and a sash and 
door factory. It is the shipping point for the central part of the 
famous fruit-growing Okanagan Valley, which won six medals at 
Royal British Horticultural Society's Show in London, Dec. 1906. 

COURIER, AND OKANAGAN ORCHARDIST, weekly; 
Geo. C. Rose, publisher ; established 1905 ; liberal ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ]^ 

See Advt, Page 106. 

LADYSMITH, District of Nanaimo, on the E. & N. Ry., 10 miles 
S.E. of Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
South Wellington, Blainey's and Chemainus. 

LEDGER, weekly; Ladysmith Ledger Co., publishers, F. L. 
Reynolds, editor; established 1905; independent; Saturday; sub- 
scription $2.00; four pages, size 17^ x 24. 

MOUNT PLEASANT, pop. 5,000, District of Vancouver, the 
highest elevation of the City of Vancouver, B.C., hence its name. 
It is situated on the south side of False Creek, and is connected with 
the main business portion of the city by two bridges. Public school, 
enrolment of 700 pupils. There are five churches on the " Hill." 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Central Park, Eburne, Epworth and the farming section known as 
South Vancouver Municipality. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Mrs. R. Whitney, publisher ; established 
1899; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
size 24 X 18. Circ'n ^ 

MOYIE, pop. 700, District of Kootenay, on the C. P. Ry. and Moyie 
Lake. Chief Industries : mining and lumbering. The town contains, 
besides its stores, etc., six hotels and the important mines of St. 
Eugene, Aurora and Society Girl. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Loco, Swansea, Aldridge and 
Tochty. 

LEADER, weekly; F. J. Smyth, publisher; established 1898; 
conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 
17^^ X 24. Circ'n ^ 

NANAIMO, pop. 6,130, District of Nanaimo, on the east coast of 
Vancouver Island, Gulf of Georgia, 70 miles from Victoria, on the 
E. & N. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries: coal 
mines, herring fisheries, lumber mills and quarries. Chief Ship- 

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ments : coal, timber and stone. The city contains eig'ht churches, 
public and private schools, and it is the chief depot of the Western 
Fuel Coal Mining Company, who own 33,000 acres of land. The 
town is very irregularly laid out, there having been no regular 
survey until a number of houses had been built. It has the best 
harbour on the coast, being easy of entrance, with a good depth of 
water and fine anchorage. It has a good water system and a fire 
department with steam fire engines. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wellington, Extension and 
Northfield. 

FREE PRESS, every evening except Sunday; Norris Bros., 
publishers; established 1888; independent; subscription $5.00; 
four pages, size 17)^ x 24. Circ'n i^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1874; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.50; four to six pages, size 17/^2 x 24. Circ'n i}i 

HERALD, every morning except Monday; Frank Stuart 
Reynolds, publisher; established 1900; liberal; subscription $5.00; 
four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i 

NELSON, pop. 6,000, District of Kootenay, on south shore of 
Kootenay Lake and Columbia and Western branch of C. P. Ry., 
and northern terminus of Spokane Falls and northern branch of 
G.N. Ry. Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : mining, 
smelting, lumbering, breweries, machinery, planing, sash and door 
factories, zinc refinery, shingle mill, wire works, iron foundries 
and machine shops. Chief Shipments ; minerals, machinery, fruit 
and lumber. The mining district includes the magnificent Silver 
King Belt of Silver Claims on Toad Mountain, and the Gold 
Belt on Eagle and Forty-Nine Creeks. Copper in large bulk is 
found . Nelsoa is the wholesale and jobbing centre for Southern 
British Columbia. Is also the headquarters of the district for the 
Provincial Government and the judicial centre of the Kootenay 
district. The C. P. Ry. have large yards and repair shops here. 
Excellent hotel accommodation. The city owns electric light and 
power plant, and the gas works also supply light and fuel. In 
amusements and means of entertainment Nelson is well supplied — 
there are a club house, opera house and other social and athletic 
associations. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Silverton, New Denver, Rosebery, Nakusp, Arrow- 
head, Ainsworth, Creston, Sirdar, Salino, Erie and Castlegar. 

CANADIAN, every evening except Sunday; Daily Canadian 
Co., publishers ; established 1906 ; conservative ; subscription $5.00 ; 
four pages, size 18 x 21, Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, every morning except Monday ; F. J. Deane, publisher ; 
established 1902 ; liberal ; subs,cription $5.00 ; six to eight pages, 
size 18 x 21. Circ'n 2^ 

WEEKLY ; established 1902 ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four 
pages, size 18 x 21. Circ'n }4 

Advt. — The Nelson Daily Ne-ws reaches every mining camp in Southern British 
Columbia on the day of publication, and is the only daily paper that covers the ne-ws 
field oj the section in a thorough and systematic manner. It has the largest circu- 
lation of any Paper in the interior of the Province. See Advt. Page 42. 

NEW WESTMINSTER, pop. 7,900, District of New Westminster. 
It is beautifully situated on the Eraser River, on line of C.P.Ry. and 
G.N.Ry., which crosses the river on a million dollar public bridge at 
this point ; 12 miles from Vancouver, 75 miles from Victoria, 15 miles 
from Gulf of Georgia ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : 
salmon fisheries, lumbering, oatmeal and woollen mills, machine 

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and boiler shops, foundry, furniture factory, cannings factory, cold 
storage, saw mills, boat building-, glassworks, tannery, brewery, 
distillery, carriage works and canneries. Chief Shipments : fresh 
and canned salmon, rolled oats, lumber, grain, peltry, leather, glass- 
ware and general supplies. New Westminster and Vancouver are 
connected by an electric passenger railway. The city has a high 
school and public schools free to all, also several private and 
denominational schools and ten churches, a public library, an opera 
house and three public parks. New Westminster contains the 
County Buildings, the Provincial Jail, the Supreme Court and 
County Registry Office, the Insane Asylum, Penitentiary, private 
and public Hospitals. Its system of water works cost $400,000. 
The city owns its electric lighting plant for streets and houses. 
There are daily steamers to ports up and down the Fraser, a 
tri-weekly line to Victoria, and electric railway connection with 
Vancouver. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Port Moody, South Westminster, Port Hammond, Port 
Kells, Port Haney, Cloverdale, Mission Junction, Abbotsford, Surrey 
Centre, Langley, Huntingdon, Ladner and Steveston. 

COLUMBIAN, every evening except Sunday ; The Columbian 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1886 ; independent ; subscription 
$5.00 ; eight pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n i 

WEEKLY (The British Columbian), established i860; Tuesday; 
subscription $1.00; forty pages, size 11 x 15. Circ'n 2 

NEWS, every morning except Sunday ; Daily News Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1906; liberal; subscription $5.00; 
eight pages, size 15 x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, l,OOS 

NORTH VANCOUVER, pop. 1,500, a suburb of Vancouver City, 
conuected with it by ferry and electric railway ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Bank. 

EXPRESS, weekly; Express Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1905; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
size 15 X 22. Circ'n % 

PENTICTON, pop. 600, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the W. shore 
of Okanagan Lake near its south end ; M.O., Ex., Bank. The town 
is exceptionally well situated and laid out ; has steamboat connection 
with Okanagan Landing on the north, the terminus of the S. & O. 
branch of the C. P. Ry. Penticton is surrounded by a large tract of 
land, formerly a ranch, but now laid out into fruit farms and planted.. 
With its magnificent climate the district is sure to be an excellent fruit 
land. The town is well supplied with stores, schools and churches. 

PRESS, weekly; W. J. Clement, publisher; established 1906; 
independent ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 13 x 20. 

Circ'n % 

PHOENIX, pop. 1,500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Columbia and 
Western branch of the C.P.Ry. and V.V. & E. extension of G.N. Ry., 
30 miles W. of Rossland. Chief Industry : mining. Chief Ship- 
ments : ore and minerals. 

PIONEER, AND BOUNDARY MINING JOURNAL, weekly; 
Pioneer Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1899 ; conservative ; 
Saturday; subscription $2.00; four pages, size 24^ x 18^. Circ'n y^ 

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PRINCETON, pop. 600, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Similkameen 
River, 42 miles E. of Yale, the nearest railroad station, 185 miles 
N. E. of Vancouver, and 35 miles N. of the U.S. Boundary line ; 
Tel., Ex.,. M.O., Bank. 

SIMILKAMEEN STAR, weekly; Princeton Publishing Co., 
publishers, B. Stone Kennedy, editor ; established 1900 ; liberal ; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.00; six pages, size 11 x 17. Circ'n % 

REVELS T OKE, pop. 3,000, District of Kootenay, on the Columbia 
River and C. P. Ry., 381 miles from Vancouver, 128 miles E. of Kam- 
loops, two trains daily each way east and west, and trains and boats 
daily south and north. Revelstoke is the business centre of Kootenay, 
and is an incorporated city. It is headquarters of railway officials 
for Kootenay ; Tel., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : Central 
railway workshops, employing froni 200 to 300 hands, three 
breweries, woodware and cigar factories, lumbering, mining, saw 
and shingle mills. Chief Shipments : lumber, shingles, minerals and 
furs. The city contains four churches, public schools, two fine 
halls, opera house, eight hotels, and stores, water and electric and 
power works, smelter, and has good steamboat connection. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Albert 
Canyon, Craigellachie, Salmon Arm, Kicking Horse Pass, Rodger's 
Pass, Beaver, Arrowhead, Comapte, Beaton and Glacier. 

MAIL-HERALDj semi-weekly; Interior Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1896 ; independent ; Wednesday and Satur- 
day ; subscription $2.50 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 1% 

ROSSLAND, pop. 6,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, situated 3,500 
feet above sea level, on C.P. Ry. and G.N. Ry., Tel., T., Ex., 
M.O., Banks. Chief Industries : mining and saw mills. Chief 
Shipments : gold, copper and lumber. The principal mines are 
Le Roi, Le Roi No. 2, War Eagle and Centre Star, which, with 
smaller mines, constitute the properties of the Consolidated Mining 
and Smelting Co. Since active mining was commenced in 1906, the 
Le Roi, War Eagle and Centre Star lead has yielded $40,00*0,000 
in gold and copper. The town contains besides its stores, 
mills, etc., thirty hotels, electric and water works. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Le Roi, McLeod, 
Warfield and Silica. 

MINER, every morning except Monday ; Rossland Miner 
Printing and Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1896; liberal; 
subscription $7.20; four pages, size 18x24. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1896; Thursday; subscription $2.50; 
four pages, size 18 x 24. See Adi't. Page 78. Circ'n \% 

SANDON, pop. 550, District of Kootenay, terminus of K. & S. Ry. 
and spur of C.P.Ry., 28 miles W. of Kaslo ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., 
Banks. Chief Industries : mining, lumbering, brewery, aerated 
water works and planing mill. Chief Shipments : minerals. The 
city contains three churches, city hall, public school, opera house 
and five concentrators, and is lighted by electricity. It has a splendid 
climate and is surrounded by excellent fruit lands. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: New Denver, 
Three Forks, Silverton, Slocan City, Winlaw, Roseberry, Nakusp, 
Whitewater and McGuigan. 

SLOCAN MINING REVIEW, weekly ; Jno. J. Atherton, pub- 
lisher ; established 1906; conservative; Thursday; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pages, size 17^ x 24. Circ'n %. 

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I RAIL, pop. 1,500, District of Kootenay, on Columbia River and 
C.P.Ry., 27 miles from Rossland ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. 
Chief Industry : smelting^. Chief Shipments : gfold, silver, lead and 
copper. The town contains besides its stores, etc., nine hotels. 
Surrounding- towns and villagfes where no papers are published : 
Smelter Junction, Concentrator, Erie, Waneta, Castleg-ar, Warfield, 
Tig-er, Genelle, Robson, Thrums and Beaver. 

TRAIL CREEK NEWS, weekly; William K. Esling-, pub- 
lisher ; established 1895 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pag-es, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

TROUT LAKE, pop. 200, District of Kootenay; Ex., M.O., Bank. 

LARDEAU MINING REVIEW, weekly; J. C. Murray, pub- 
lisher ; Thursday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pag-es. 



"VANCOUVER, pop. 60,000, District of Vancouver, on Burrard 
Inlet and False Creek, the Pacific Coast terminus of the C. P. Ry. 
and G. N. Ry. ; the larg-est and most flourishing city in the pro- 
vince, 90 miles from Victoria ; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., and the banking- 
centre for British Columbia. It is connected with New West- 
minster and Steveston by Electric Railway. Chief Industries : 
mining, lumbering-, sug-ar refining-, flour milling-, salmon fisheries, 
fruit g-rowingf and farming. Chief Shipments : flour, lumber, fish, 
g-old, silver, copper, iron ores, fruit and g-eneral farm produce. 
It is the headquarters for the China and Japan, the Australian 
and the New Zealand steamship lines in Canada and the chief 
port for all northern and Yukon shipping-. A g-reat deal of the 
lumber from the interior is sent to Vancouver for shipment. The 
city contains twenty-eight churches, thirteen public and several 
private schools, a hig-h school, and a normal school, three public 
parks, the larg^est, Stanley park, comprising- 956 acres and 
iicknowledg-ed to be one of the g-randest parks in the Dominion. 
Building- permits issued in 1906 amounted to $4,233,910 ; Clearing- 
House returns for 1906 amounted to $44,147,967 more than for 
1905 ; a g-ain of 49.8%. Reg-ular steamers ply between this port and 
San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and all northern ports, New 
Westminster, Victoria and Nanaimo. The C. P. Ry. maintain a 
magnificent fleet of passenger and freight boats, plying between 
Vancouver and the Far East. It has an excellent harbor and large 
C. P. Ry. terminal buildings and workshops. A system of water 
works, put in at the expense of $500,000, supplies the city with the 
purest of mountain water. It has a new Court House, City Hall 
and Registry Office Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Mission City Junction, Agassiz, North Bend, 
Hope, Cheam, Sumas, Abbotsford, Huntingdon, Langley, Clover- 
dale, Ladner, Steveston, Eburne, Lulu Island, Hastings, Port 
Moody, Barnett, Hammond, Haney and Sapperton. 

NEWS ADVERTISER, every morning except Monday; News 
Advertiser Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1886 ; inde- 
pendent ; subscription $5.00; twelve to twenty pages, size 17 x 24. 

Circ'n 2H 

WEEKLY, established 1888 ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, size 17 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

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PROVINCE, every evening- except Sunday; Vancouver Printing 

and Publishing- Co., publishers, W. C. Nichol, managing director ; 

established 1898 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 by mail ; sixteen 

to thirty-two pag-es, size 17^ x 23. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Apr. 30, 1907, 11,187 "^ 
WEEKLY; established 1894; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 

eig^ht pag-es, size 17)^ x 23. Circ'n i^ 

Advt. — Advertising contracts with the Province, ivhen desired, are based upon 
the following guarantees: i. That the net paid circulation exceeds the combined 
Paid circulation 0/ all other daily papers published in Vancouver and Neva West- 
minster. 2. That its net paid circulation in Vancouver and suburbs alone is greater 
than the entire daily paid output of any other evening paper published in Vancouver. 
J. That its net paid circulation is greater tha7t that of any two other newspapers 
published in British Columbia. The Province prints daily its circulation figures, 
and furnishes an affidavit of their correctness. Its books and records are at all 
times open to inspection. The Province is the only paper in British Columbia that 
does this or allows this right. See Advt. Pages 10 and 11. 

WORLD, every evening- except Sunday; World Printing and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1888 ; liberal; subscrip- 
tion $3.00 ; sixteen to twenty-eig-ht pag-es, size 17 x 23. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 7,097* 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1888; subscription $1.50 ; Tuesday 
and Friday ; twelve pages, size 17 x 23. Circ'n 3^^ 

MOUNT PLEASANT ADVOCATE, See Moimt Pleasayit. 

PYTHIAN SHIELD, weekly; C. E. Smitheringale, publisher; 
established 1906; fraternal society; Saturday; subscription $2.00; 
four pages, size 13^^ x 20. 

SATURDAY SUNSET, weekly; Ford-McConnell, Limited, 
publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$2.00; twenty pages, size 15^ x 22. See Advt. Page no. 

WEEK, weekly; Week Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1903; provincial review; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen pag-es, size 12 x 18. 

Sworn Circ'n, averagfe for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 3, GOO 

See Advt. Page 35. 

B. C. MINING EXCHANGE, monthly; B. C. Mining Ex- 
change, publishers; established 1899; mining-; subscription $1.00; 
forty pag-es, size 12x9. 

LUMBERMAN AN D CONTRACTOR, monthly; Hugh C. 
MacLean Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; trade; subscrip- 
tion $2.00; forty-four pag-es, size 10^ x 14)^. Circ'n i^ 

WESTWARD HO, monthly; William Blackmore, editor-in-chief, 
Percy F. Godenrath, business manager ; established 1907 ; literary. 

Circ'n ^ 

VERNON, pop. 1,200, District of Yale-Cariboo, on Okanag-an Lake, 
the terminus of the Shuswap & Okanagan Ry. Chief Industries : 
fruit raising, g^rist mill, sash and door factories, pork packing and 
farming. Chief Shipments : fruit, wheat, cattle and live stock. 
The fruit grown in the Okanagan has repeatedly captured first 
prizes against all competitors at the great Horticultural exhibitions 
in London and Edinburgh. Lord Aberdeen's celebrated "Cold- 
stream Ranch" is situated within five miles of the city. Earl Grey 
has also made extensive purchases of fruit lands adjoining the 
Coldstream Ranch. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Lumby, Fairview, Peachland, Camp McKinney, 
Summerland, Penticton and Westbank. 

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BRITISH COLUMBIA. 241 

OKANAGAN, semi-weekly; Okanag'an Publishing- Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1905; liberal; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.50; four pag-es, size 16 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, weekly; Vernon News Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers ; established 1891 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; eight pages, size i7>^ x 22^. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 40. 

VICTORIA, pop. 25,000, District of Victoria, on Vancouver Island, on 
the Straits of Juan de Fuca, and on the Esquimault & Nanaimo Ry., 
and Victoria & Sidney Ry., of which it is the terminii, 38 miles from 
Port Townsend, Wash., 20 miles from Porte Angeles, Wash., 72 
miles from Vancouver, 73 miles from New Westminster and 750 
miles from San Francisco; Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : the fur sealing trade, ship-building-, whaling, salmon canning, 
flour, rice, lumber, planing-, saw, coffee, spice and oatmeal mills, 
clam factories, iron, stove, brass, engine, boiler and machine shops, 
marble works, soap works, paint, clothing, boots and shoes, vinegar, 
pickle, biscuit, cig-ars, cigar box, sash, door and furniture factories, 
ship building, cement works and quarrying. Chief Shipments : 
lumber, fish, seal-skins, coal, minerals and the products of its 
mills and factories. The city contains twelve churches, several 
non-sectarian schools, free to allj and three hospitals, one 
of which, the Royal Jubilee Hospital, cost $100,000, also Provin- 
cial Government Building, which cost $1,000,000. It has a free 
library, with 12,000 volumes. Its climate is delightful, the weather 
being mild, and it is becoming a favorite resort for tourists. It is 
regarded as one of the most beautiful cities on the Pacific Coast, the 
situation being admirable, and the city being laid out with beautiful 
parks and magnificent drives through the suburbs. It is the seat of 
the Provincial Government, and the Imperial and Dominion Govern- 
ments have vast interests here. Royal Navy, Royal Engineers 
and Royal Artillery are stationed here. Victoria carries on a large 
trade with Great Britain, Australia, Sandwich Islands, China, Japan, 
Peru and Chili, in hides, fish, coal, lumber and minerals. It has a 
fine system of water works and fire department, and is well provided 
with steamboat connection. Towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Esquimault and Coldstream. It is lighted by 
electricity and gas. 

COLONIST, every morning except Monday; Colonist Printing 
and Publishing Co., Ltd., editors and publishers, J. S. H. Matson, 
managing director ; established 1858 ; conservative ; subscription 
$5.00 ; sixteen pages up, size 17^^^ x 22. Circ'n ^M 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1858; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00; sixteen pages, size 17/^ x 22. Circ'n i^- 

TIM ES, every evening except Sunda}' ; Times Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; established 1884 ; liberal ; subscription 
$5.00 ; ten to sixteen pages, size 17 x 21^. Circ'n 4^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1884 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, size 17 x 21)^. Circ'n 2^ 

B. C. GAZETTE, weekly; R. Wolfenden, King's Printer, 
publisher ; established 1863 ; Thursday ; subscription $5.00 ; one 
hundred pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Inserts only Government advertisements. 

B. C. PHARMACEUTICAL RECORD, monthly; Joseph H. 
Emery, editor and publisher ; established 1905 ; pharmacy ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twenty-four to thirty-six pages, size 6x9. Circ'n ^ 

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342 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

CANADIAN EAGLE, monthly ; Frank Le Roy, manag-ing 
editor ; established 1903 ; Fraternal Order of Eagles ; subscription 
$1.00 ; twelve pages, size 10 x 14^. 

METHODIST RECORDER, monthly; Methodist Recorder 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1900 ; religious, 
Methodist ; subscription 50 cents ; ten pages. 

MINING RECORD, monthly ; British Columbia Record, Ltd., 
publishers, E. Jacobs, managing editor ; established 1895 ; mining 
interests ; subscription $2.00 ; sixty pages, size 9x12. Circ'n i 

WESTERN BAPTIST, monthly; The B. C. Baptist Conven- 
tion, publishers ; established 1899 ; religious, Baptist ; subscription 
' 50 cents ; sixteen pages, size 12x9. Circ'n ^ 



No matter what other kind of advertising you do, be 
sure to use the newspapers. If you have tried newspaper 
advertising and not found it a success, your advertising was 
poorly written or your system was wrong. Newspaper ad- 
vertising can be made to pay anyone who uses it, if right 
goods and right prices are right behind the talk. — Rhode 
Island Advertiser. 



The next best thing to knowing how to do it is to dis- 
cover how not to do it. Money spent in advertising that does 
notjproduce results cannot be considered wasted if the adver- 
tiser learns from experience to eliminate the methods and 
mediums that do not pay. It is well to remember, however, 
that experience may be too dearly bought, and that it is 
possible to purchase another man's experience for a fraction 
of what it cost him to acquire it. — Printers' Ink. 



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YUKON XERRITORV. 



Yukon Territory, Canada. — Population, 25,000. Industry: mining. 
The territory produces annually $20,000,000 in gold from its placer mines. 
Everything- needed by the entire population must be imported. Wages 
and prices are high, and margins of profit correspondingly high. The better 
class of manufactured articles is mostly imported. Dawson is the capital 
of the territory, and has a population of 5,000. It is the supply centre 
of all Yukon and the lower river gold fields in Alaska. Has $1,000,000 
worth of government buildings, churches and schools, well graded streets, 
a fire department, that cost $100,000 per year to maintain, and is the most 
important city north of Vancouver. Quartz mining is fast coming to the 
front in Yukon. Last year the Government gave $15,000 in bonuses to 
quartz development, with the result that some good prospects will turn 
into good mines. In 1906 the Guggenheims, under the name of the 
Yukon Consolidated Gold Fields Co., invested $15,000,000 in the pur- 
chase of claims and installing a water system and dredger. Fifty thou- 
sand tons of goods are shipped into Yukon annually, all this amount 
being shipped in practically four months' time (the open season). Every 
ton of these goods could be sold by Canadian manufactufers had they 
t\^e enterprise to advertise for and go after this trade. 



DAWSON CITY, pop. 5,000. The metropolis and seat of govern- 
ment of the Klondike gold fields on Yukon River. Two banks, 
government telegraph, T., Ex., M.O. In proportion to its popu- 
lation, the richest town on earth ; smallest piece of money in circu- 
lation there, 25 cts. ; labor paid $1.00 per hour and upwards. Has 
five iron and steel foundries, five saw mills, etc. Chief Shipment: 
gold dust. Has five churches, three schools, insane asylum, court 
house, public buildings to value of $500,000 ; twenty steamboats, 
three opera houses, five docks, twenty-nine hotels, perfect fire 
protection, water works, electric lights, etc. Outfits the vast 
Klondike area of gold filled sands, and exports over $20,000,000 in 
gold dust per year. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday; Dawson News Publishing 
Co., publishers, Richard Roediger, general manager ; established 
1899 ; independent ; subscription $24.00 ; 4 to 8 pages, size 20 x 24. 

Circ'n 3 

WEEKLY; established 1899; Friday; subscription $12.00; twenty- 
four pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n 2^ 

YUKON MORNING WORLD AND OFFICIAL GAZETTE, 

every morning except Monday ; World Publishing Co. , publishers ; 
established 1904 ; liberal ; subscription $24.00 ; four pages, size 
18 x 23. 

WHITE HORSE, pop. i,ooo, Yukon Territory, reached by steamer 
from Vancouver. A mining town in the Klondike district. 

STAR, weekly; E. J. White, publisher; established 1900; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $5.00 ; four pages, size i6 x 22. 

Circ'n }4 

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NEWFOUNDLAND, 



Newfoundland, the oldest colony in the British Empire, embraces the 
Island of Newfoundland and a portion of the Labrador coast of the main- 
land, and is the only part of British North America not as yet included in 
the Dominion of Canada, thougfh proposals for confederation have at various 
times been made, and althoug-h the question is a live one, many of the 
leading- men of the island are opposed to a union with Canada. The area 
of the island is estimated at 40,200 sq. m., and the Labrador coast at 
120,000 sq. m. The population at the census of 1891 was 202,040, including- 
Labrador. From its settlement in 1614 to a very recent time the fisheries 
have formed practically the only industry of the inhabitants, but the build- 
ing of railways, and the exploration of the interior, is leading- to the 
discovery and development of hitherto unknown resources that will give a 
steadiness and balance heretofore lacking in the commerce of the island. 
In minerals the island has copper, coal, iron, gypsum, sulphur, g-raphite> 
lead, asbestos and g^old. Iron and copper are the principal minerals. 
Copper was discovered at Tilt Cove in 1856, but the mines were not 
operated until 1864. Since then several large deposits have been 
uncovered, and to-day Newfoundland stands sixth among the copper produc- 
ing countries of the world. In 1895 brown hematite iron was discovered at 
Bell Island, Conception Bay. It is estimated that in the two deposits on 
the island there are 40,000,000 tons. The output of these mines and the 
shipments of iron pyrites are materially adding* to the exports of the 
colony. Talc deposits have also been uncovered at Topsail, some 14 miles 
from St. John's, and shipments were made in 1904 to the United States. 
Besides the above, slate quarries were opened in 1904, and shipments sent 
to Wales. The value of minerals exported in 1902 was $1,260,381, and 
since then the output has been much larger. Within a couple of years vast 
timber limits have been operated, modern saw mills constructed, and 
numerous shipments made to the United Kingdom and South America. The 
lumber trade bids fair to become extensive. The value of the exports of 
lumber in 1905-6 is placed at $176,157. The pulp industry is also assuming 
largfe proportions under the management of British capitalists. More 
attention is being- paid to ag^riculture. The number of acres under cultiva- 
tion has increased within a few years from about 100,000 acres to close on 
200,000 acres. The annual value of ag-ricultural products is over $750,000^ 
and the value of land under cultivation, together with horses, sheep, etc., 
is nearly $3,000,000. A movement is on foot to utilize the vast plains in 
the interior raising sheep and cattle for export to the United Kingdom. 
Fish is the chief product of Newfoundland, and out of a total value of 
$12,086,276 exports in 1905-6, $10,117,951 were of fish and fish products. 
The herring fisheries are commanding^ the attention of the Government. 
Expert herring packers were brought from Scotland, with the result that 
shipments of herring were sent to St. Petersburg, Russia, and sold at good 
prices. The whale fisheries are also becoming: more extensive. The value 
in 1904 was $365,953. The settlement of the French shore question will be 
the means of adding- greatly to the development not alone in connection 
with the fisheries, but other resources of the treaty shore. Plans are now 
being- made for settlements there. The lobster fisheries alone in 1905-6 
were valued at $376,490. The imports of Newfoundland in 1903-4 were 
$9,460,000, and the exports $10,380,000. In 1895 there were 2,339 vessels 
on the shipping register of the colony, with a total tonnage of 108,180 tons, 
and of the whole population no less than 53,502 persons were engaged in 
fishing. There are 846 post offices in the colony, but statistics of this 
department are not available. The government is carried on by a 
Legislative Council, consisting of 15 members, and a Legislative Assembly 
of 36 members. Capital, St. John's. 

For statistics and other information regarding the nezusfa^ers of 
the province see other farts of this zvork. 

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NEWFOUNDLAND. 245 



BAY OF ISLANDS, pop. 2,500, western headquarters of the 
Newfoundland Ry. and terminus for the short steamship service 
between Newfoundland and Labrador ; rendezvous for the English 
and French naval ships in Newfoundland waters. Chief Industries : 
herring fishing worth $150,000 annually, salmon, cod and lobster 
fisheries, copper mining ; the shores are densely timbered and large 
saw mills are operated : a gigantic pulp industry is being inaugurat- 
ed in the vicinity which will employ 2,000 operatives. There are ten 
surrounding towns, each with a population of from one to two 
thousand, where no newspapers are published. The scenery is 
magnificent. Salmon and trout and big game are abundant ; these 
attract hundreds of tourists and sportsmen each season. Regular 
steamship service between Halifax and this part of Newfoundland. 

WESTERN STAR, weekly ; J. A. Barrett, publisher ; establish- 
ed 1900 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

BAY ROBERTS, pop. 4,056, on Conception Bay and N. N. & W. 
Ry., 50 miles from St. John's. Chief Industries : cod fishing, saw 
mills and furniture factory. Chief Shipment : cod fish. Besides its 
stores, etc., the town contains seven churches and two schools. 
Surrounding villages when no papers are published : Porte-de-Grace 
Spaniards Bay, Brigus, Carbonnear, Clark's Beach and Cupids. 

OUTLOOK, weekly ; Outlook Printing Company, publishers ; 
established 1903 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription 50 cents ; four 
pages, size 18 x 24^. Circ'n 

HARBOR GRACE, pop. 6,000, District of Harbor Grace, on the 
* north side of Conception Bay, 20 miles from Portugal Cove, and is 
the terminus of the Newfoundland Ry., 84 >^ miles N. of St. John's ; 
Tel., Ex., M. O., Bank. Chief Industries : seal oil refineries, 
glue factories, tanneries, etc. Chief Shipments ; furs and fish 
of all kinds, seal skins and cod oils. The town contains six churches, 
a Roman Catholic academy, a convent and three Roman Catholic 
schools. It has two high schools and three Protestant schools, 
a library with 1,250 volumes and a reading room. The harbor is 
about five miles in extent and can accommodate the largest vessels. 
It has good water works and an efficient fire department. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Carbonnear, 
Mosquito, Spaniards Bay, Island Cove, Bryant's Cove and Tilton. 

STANDARD, weekly ; Munn & Oke, editors and publishers ; 
established 1859 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; 
four pages, sizes 18 x 24. Circ'n ^ 

ST. JOHN S, pop. 30,000, District of St. John's, the most easterly 
* seaport city of North America, the capital of Newfoundland, on the 
western shore of the Peninsula of Avalon, and on the Newfoundland 
Ry., S^}4 miles S. of Harbor Grace, 488 miles from Halifax, 498 
miles from Charlottetown, 1,293 miles from New York, 1,921 
miles from Liverpool, this being the shortest distance between two 
seaports of America and Europe. It is 1,076 miles from Montreal. 
Tel., T., Ex., M.O., Bank. Chief Industries : cordage, foundries, 
breweries, nails, butterine, biscuits, boots and shoes, furniture, 
sashes and doors, tobacco, soap, cod liver and seal oil refineries, net 
manufacturing, fishing and fish drying. Chief Shipments : cod fish, 
iron ore, cod and seal oils, salmon, smelts, herring and other fish, 
copper ore and the products of its manufactories. The city is 
built on the sloping grounds of the north shore, the full length of the 

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246 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

harbor. The harbor is one of the best in Canada ; it is enclosed 
by two mountains, between the east point of which is the entrance. 
It is capable of sheltering- the larg-est vessels and the anchorage is 
good. There is no perceptible tide, and during- a fog^ a gun is fired 
every half-hour ; the harbor is thronged with vessels of every 
nation. The city is lighted by electricity and g-as. Surrounding- 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Heart's 
Content, Carbonnear, Placentia Bay and Ferryland. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday; P. T. McGrath, 
editor ; J. E. Furneaux, proprietor and publisher ; established 1882 ; 
subscription $3.00, foreig-n subscription $4.50 ; four pages, size 
18x22. 

NEWS, every morning except Sunday; Robinson & Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1894; independent-conservative; subscrip- 
tion $3.00 ; six or eight pages, size 17^ x 22^. Circ'n 2%, 

Also publish Free Press. 

TELEGRAM, every evening: except Sunday; W. J. Herder, 
publisher, W. F. Lloyd, editor; established 1878; independent; 
subscription $3.00, foreig-n subscription $6.00 ; eight pagfes, 
size 17^^ X 22. Circ'n 3^ 

FREE PRESS, weekly; Robinson & Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1901 ; independent-conservative ; Tuesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, size 17^ x 22. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1906, 2359* 

Also publish Daily Nezvs. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, AND NEWFOUNDLAND ADVER- 
TISER, weekly ; printed and published by John W. Withers, King's 
Printer; established 1807 ; an official paper; Tuesday ; subscription 
$4.20 ; four pag-es, size 13 x 21. Inserts Government advertise- 
ments and j)roclamations. 

TRADE REVIEW, weekly; Devine & O'Mara, publishers ; 
established 1892 ; commercial ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 2^ 

DIOCESAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Church of England 
Synod of Newfoundland, publishers ; established 1887 ; religious, 
Church of England ; subscription 40 cents ; forty pag-es and 
upwards, size 7)^ x 9^. Circ'n i^ 

FIELDIAN, monthly ; Bishop Field College, publishers ; edu- 
cational ; two pag-es. 

METHODIST MONTHLY GREETING, monthly; Geo. 
Paine, for Methodist Conference, publisher ; established 1888 ; 
relig-ious, Methodist ; subscription 40 cents ; twenty-four pag-es, 
size 9x12. Circ'n i^ 

PEOPLE, monthly; J. W. Withers, for G. Knowling, publisher ; 
established 1896 ; independent ; subscription 30 cents ; thirty-two 
pages, size 8x11^. Circ'n 3^^ 

TWILLINGATE, pop. 3,600, District of Twillingate, situated on two 

* islands connected by a bridge, 190 miles from St. John's. Chief 

Industries : copper mines, lumbering, seal and cod fishing. Chief 

Shipments : copper ore, lumber, sealskins and fish. The town 

contains three churches, nine schools, etc. The harbor is open to 

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the sea but is used by shipping: of all sizes. Surrounding" towns and 
and villag-es where no papers are published : Tilt Cove, Round 
Harbor, Lewisport, Little Bay, Pilley's Island, Fox Harbor, Betts 
Cove and Sheffield's Pond. 

SUN, AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER, weekly; Geo. 
Roberts, editor and publisher ; established 1880 ; independent- 
liberal ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 21 x 14^. 

Circn }i 



Prestige is a fickle thing — hard to gain and hard to 
maintain. The merchant or manufacturer must continue his 
leadership as an advertiser, or he will surely drop from the 
public mind. It has been demonstrated time and again that 
few proprietary articles can be so firmly established as to need 
no longer the aid of advertising. 



Some manufacturers have assumed that they were so 
placed that their goods would be their own advertisement, 
only to discover that prestige diminished the moment the 
effort to sustain it ceased. 



Attracting attention isn't necessarily attracting trade. 
The claims that clinch the bargain — the talk that sells 
because of its earnestness is the quality that counts. The 
ad that forgets cleverness; forgets the greatness of the firm 
name ; forgets everything but the merit of the goods it pro- 
claims, is the ad that fills its mission. — Printers' Ink. 



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248 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Vf ^ 



Over Four Hundred Thousand People 

Live in the territory 
Which is exclusively covered by the 

OTTAWA NEWSPAPERS 

DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY EDITIONS 

This territory consists of the cities of Ottawa 
and Hull, and the rich and populous Ottawa Valley, 
containing a score of substantial towns in the Provinces 
of Ontario and Quebec and a vast area of productive 
and well-tilled farming land. 

It is the cradle of the gigantic lumbering industry 
of Canada, and with wonderful waterpower facilities is 
rapidly developing as a manufacturing field. 

Ottawa is "The City" of this large population; 
it is the Ottawa papers which contain their home news, 
and these are the papers which go into their homes. 

If you want the trade of these 400,000 people 
you must use 

The Ottawa Newspapers 

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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 249 

THE OTTAWA FIELD. 

As Canada progresses, the National Capital grows. A 
manufacturing, railroad and financial centre, as well as the 
political hub of the Dominion. 

It is hardly necessary to state that Ottawa is the 
national capital of the Dominion of Canada, but only those 
who are familiar with the gigantic strides in development 
that have taken place in the country within the last few 
years can appreciate the wonderful change that has come 
over the administrative centre in the same period. 

As Canada has developed so has Ottawa. 

Ottawa is one of the three largest business cities in Can- 
ada and it is the hub of national enterprise. " All roads lead 
to the capital " is no empty phrase when applied to Ottawa. 
Every day in the year its hotels are filled with men engaged 
in all phases of professional and industrial life. Its streets 
and marts throb with healthy activity. 

Ottawa is in close touch with all the districts in the 
Dominion. Its residents and visitors are financially inter- 
ested in every feature of national, provincial and municipal 
development. As an instance, Ottawa men were the very 
first to realize the value of the silver discoveries in Cobalt, 
and to-day, proportionately, more people in Ottawa have 
invested in the mines of that district and more people accu- 
mulated wealth as a result than in any city on the con- 
tinent. 

While its natural beauties have made Ottawa a charm- 
ing residential city, these same natural characteristics have 
induced a remarkable industrial development that is grow- 
ing every year. This can be readily appreciated when it is 
stated that, within eight miles of the city, there are water 
powers able to generate electricity to the extent of 200,000 
horse power, enough in itself to make Ottawa the foremost 
manufacturing centre of Canada. This enormous cheap 
power is naturally attracting all kinds of manufacturing. 
Probably the lumber interests are the largest. Many mil- 
lions of feet of lumber are shipped from Ottawa to the 
United States, Great Britain and other foreign ports. Pulp 

A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



250 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

mills, two huge paper mills, box factories, match factories, 
planing mills, foundries, machine shops, car works utilize 
the cheap power on every side. 

The population of Ottawa city is growing rapidly, last 
year having reached 80,000 and in the immediate outskirts 
there are another 30,000. 

Ottawa is of especial value to the advertiser in that it 
contains all classes of people. Here for the best part of 
every year live the political leaders and Mtembers of Parlia- 
ment. The public men from every town and province make 
Ottawa their temporary home. As is well known, the Gov- 
ernor-General, the constitutional representative of King 
Edward, has his official residence at Rideau Hall. It has 
been said that Ottawa has more millionaires within its 
boundaries than any other city in Canada. There are the 
employees of the civil service, who all command good sala- 
ries, and are able to purchase luxuries as well as necessities, 
and the large manufacturing and lumbering concerns give 
employment to a great number of mechanics at good wages. 

The surrounding districts of the Ottawa and Gatineau 
valleys are filled with prosperous farms and the dairying 
interests are the most important in Canada. In these dis- 
tricts the last census showed a population of 300,000. The 
Cobalt territory has also recently been added to that cov- 
ered by the Ottawa newspapers. 

To reach thoroughly this truly important and diversified 
field, advertisers must use the columns of the Ottawa news- 
papers, each of which publishes daily and semi-weekly edi- 
tions. 

The Ottawa district has interests that are confined to 
itself and which are cared for authoritatively only by the 
newspapers published in its chief city. Consequently, the 
Ottawa newspapers have a hold on the territory that is 
almost entirely free from outside competition. Considering 
that they cover the district "like a blanket" and do it 
exclusively, the rates which they charge for advertising are 
extremely low. 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



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ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED FOR READY REFERENCE 



252 



CONDENSED LIST— ONTARIO. 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Acton 1 ,800 

Ailsa Craig^ . 900 

•Alexandria 2,100 

(( 

AUiston 1,600 

Almonte 3*300 

Alvinston 1,200 

Amherstburg- . . . 2,279 

Arnprior 4>i52 

(( 

Arthur 1,600 

Athens 1,200 

Atwood 700 

Aurora 2,000 

Aylmer 2,300 

it 

Ayr 1,000 

Ay ton 500 

Bancroft 815 

*Barrie 7,000 

(( 
(( 

Beamsville 900 

Beaverton 1,000 

Beeton 1,000 

•Belleville 10,000 



Belmont 
♦Berlin .. 



600 
10,446 



Blenheim i>7o8 

Blyth 876 

Bobcaygeon . . . . 1,018 

Bolton 900 

Bothwell 994 

Bowmanville. . . . 3,500 



■^Bracebridg-e . 



3,100 



ONTARIO 

Free Press W. 

Banner W. 

Gleng-arrian W. 

News W. 

Herald W. 

Gazette W. 

Times W. 

Free Press. W. 

Echo W. 

Chronicle W. 

Watchman W. 

Enterprise W. 

Reporter W. 

Bee W. 

Banner W. 

Express W. 

Sun W. 

News W. 

Advance W. 

Times W. 

Examiner W. 

Gazette W. 

Northern Advance. . . . W. 

Express W. 

Express W. 

Standard W. 

World W. 

Intelligfencer D. 

W. 

Ontario D. 

W. 

Canadian Mute S.-M. 

Times W. 

News-Record D. 

W. 

Telegraph D. 

Gospel Banner W. 

Missionary W. 

Berliner Journal 

(three editions) W. 

Stratford Canadischer 

Kolonist W. 

Walkerton Ontario 

Glocke W. 

Youth's Banner W. 

St. Jerome Schoolman M. 

Evang-eliums Bote. ... M. 

News-Tribune W. 

Standard W. 

Independent W. 

Enterprise W. 

Times W. 

Can. Statesman W. 

News W. 

Gazette W. 

Muskoka Herald W. 



Ind 984 

Ind I 

Con i^ 

Lib 2,050 

Ind 1)4 

Lib 2,875 

Con I 

Ind 900* 

Lib 2}4 

Con 1,675 

Lib iX 

Ind iX 

Ind. -Lib.... 690 

Ind K 

Lib X 

Ind 2,003* 

Ind I 

Ind ^ 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Lib 1,617 

Lib iX 

Con 1,363 • 

Ind }4 

Ind I 

See Canning-ton. . 

Ind 1,663* 

Con 1,403* 

Con 2,014 • 

Reform i 

Reform 

Mute X 

Ind y^ 

Con 2,340 • 

Con X 

Lib X 

Relig: 

Relig 

1 

[ 4,447* 

Relig ;. . i 

College 

Relig 

Ind 1,407 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind U 

Ind }4 

Ind 2X 

Con iX 

Ind.-Lib . i 

Con X 



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253 



Place. 



Pop, 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Bradford i ,000 

*Branipton 2,917 

< ( 

*Brantford I9ii04 



Bridg^eburg^ .... 1,600 

Brig^den 700 

Brig-hton i ,479 

^Brockville 9,000 



Bruce Mines. .. . 900 

Brussels 1,200 

Burks Falls IJ250 

Burlington i»300 

Caledonia 900 

Campbellford . . . 2,424 

Cannington 1,400 

Carleton Place . . 4,325 
t < 

Carp 800 

*Cayuga 1,100 

*Chatham 10,100 



Chatsworth .... 600 

Chesley i ,800 

Chesterville .... 950 

Claremont 500 

Clifford 700 

Clinton 2,800 

Cobalt. 

Cobden 750 

*Cobourg 5, 149 

<( 

(( 

Colborne i ,200 

Coldwater 800 

CoUingwood .... 7,500 

< t 

Comber i ,000 



Witness and South 

Simcoe News W. 

Banner and Times .... W. 

Conservator W. 

Courier D. 

" W. 

Expositor D. 

W. 

Can. Bee Journal M. 

Review W. 

Progress W. 

Ensign W. 

Recorder D. 

W. 

Times D. 

" W. 

Spectator W. 

Post W. 

Arrow W. 

Gazette W. 

Grand River Sachem . W. 

Haldimand Banner. . . W. 

Despatch W. 

Herald W. 

Echo W. 

Ontario Gleaner W. 

Central Canadian W. 

Herald W. 

Review W. 

Haldimand Advocate. W. 

News D. 

W. 

Planet D. 

W. 

Can. Oil & Gas Derrick W. 

Le Canadien W. 

Poultry and Dogs M. 

News W. 

Enterprise W. 

Asso. Presby. Mag. . . M. 

Record W. 

Banner W. 

Express W. 

New Era W. 

News-Record W. 

Nugget W. 

Sun W. 

Post W. 

Sentinel-Star W. 

World W. 

Enterprise W. 

Express W. 

Planet W. 

Bulletin W. 

Enterprise-Messenger. W. 

Saturday News W. 

Herald W. 



Lib.-Con ^ 

Lib i>^ 

Con 2 

Con 2^ 

Con I >^ 

Lib 4,403 • 

Lib 1,482* 

Bee Culture . . ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind H 

Ind I 

Lib ih 

Lib i^ 

Con 1 X 

Con 2% 

Ind }i 

Lib i^ 

Ind 1 

Ind }i 

Con I 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind I 

Ind. see Beav't'n 

Lib.-Con 1 

Lib.-Con 1% 

Lib iX 

Ind H 

Lib i^ 

Lib i^ 

Lib 2X 

Con i>^ 

Con 3V 

Trade 

Lib }i 

Trade 1 1 X 

Ind 

Ind 1% 

Relig % 

Ind I 

Ind 

Ind Yt 

Lib 1,850 

Con 1% 

Con 

Con % 

Ind 1,060 

Con 1% 

Lib I 

Lib H 

Con 1 

Ind Yi 

Lib .....2)4 

Con iX 

Ind... 1 

Ind X 



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Place, 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Cookstown 900 

Copper Cliff.. . . . 2,000 

•Cornwall 8,000 

Creemore 750 

Delhi 975 

Delta 500 

Deseronto 3>338 

Drayton 900 

Dresden i>6i3 

Drumbo 500 

Dryden 450 

Dundalk 900 

Dundas 4,000 

(( 

Dunnville 2,500 

Durham 1,800 

Dutton 900 

East Toronto. , , 2,000 

Eg-anville 1,200 

it 

Elmira i>55o 

Elmvale 800 

Elora 1 ,400 

Embro 627 

Erin 800 

Essex 1*700 

Exeter 1,950 

(( 

Fenelon Falls. . . 1,500 

<( 

Fergus 1,800 

Flesherton 750 

Florence 450 

Fordwich 500 

Forest 2,000 

<( 

Fort Erie 1,000 

Fort Frances .. . 1,600 

Fort William. . . . 12,000 

a (( 

<( (( 

Gait 10,350 

(( 

(( 

<< 

Gananoque 4,000 

Georgetown i , 590 

Glencoe i, i75 



Advocate W. 

Courier & Miners' News W, 

Freeholder W. 

Standard W. 

Star W. 

Reporter W. 

Pilot W. 

Tribune W. 

Advocate W. 

Times W. 

Beaver W. 

Observer W. 

Herald W. 

Banner W. 

Star W. 

Wentworth Light W. 

Chronicle W. 

Gazette W. 

Reform Press W. 

Chronicle W. 

Review W. 

Advance W. 

Standard W. 

Leader W. 

Star-Enterprise W. 

Advertiser S.-W. 

Signet W. 

Lance W. 

Express W. 

Courier W. 

Advocate W. 

Free Press W. 

Advocate W. 

Times W. 

Gazette W. 

Star W. 

News-Record W. 

Advance W. 

Quill W. 

Record W. 

Free Press W. 

Standard W. 

Times W. 

Times and Rainy Lake 

Herald W. 

Evening Herald D. 

Times-Journal D. 

W. 

Reformer D. 

W. 

Reporter D. 

W. 

Journal W. 

Reporter W. 

Herald W. 

Transcript W. 



Con ^ 

Ind }4 

Lib 2,827* 

Lib.-Con. 2,800 

Ind )4 

Ind )4 

Ind X 

Ind iX 

Ind 1,418 

Ind }4 

Ind }4 

Ind. (See Wabi- 
goon Star). 

Ind 1,100 

Lib 1,350 

Lib.-Con ..1,616* 

Lib K 

Lib 1,412* 

Lib.-Con }4 

Reform )4 

Con 1,700 

Lib I 

Ind ^ 

Ind 2^ 

Ind-Lib i^ 

Ind.. ....1,600 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

Ind 919* 

Ind ^ 

Lib ^ 

Ind 2,057* 

Ind 1)4 

Lib.-Con 2 

Ind i^ 

Lib }4 

Ind }i 

Ind.-Lib i}4 

Ind ^ 

Ind /2 

Ind }4 

Ind 1,808* 

Ind iX 

Ind 

Ind 2 

Lib 

Ind 1,697* 

Ind X 

Lib 

Lib. 

Con 1,735* 

Con 2 

Con 1,000 

Lib ^ 

Ind 3/ 

Ind .1,350 



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255 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



*Goderich 4.500 

<( 

Gore Bay 1 ,000 

(( 

(( 

Gorrie 400 

Grand Valley . . . 750 

Gravenhurst . . . . 2,500 

(( 

Grimsby i>300 

(( 

*Guelph 13.500 



Hag-ersville 
Haileybury 



1,300 
3,000 



^Hamilton 70,000 



Hanover 2,500 

Harriston 1,860 

Harrow 575 

Hastings 850 

Havelock i»5oo 

Hawkesbury . . . 5,000 

Hensall 915 

Hepworth 800 

Hespeler ; 2,521 

Hig-hg-ate 700 

Hillsburg 400 

Holstein 250 

•Huntsville 2,300 

Ingersoll 5>ooo 

<( 

<( 

(( 

Iroquois 1,200 

Jarvis 1,000 

Keewatin ' 500 

Kemptville 1,700 

(( 

•Kenora 6,000 

Kincardine 2,700 



Signal W. 

Star W. 

Conservator W. 

Manitoulin Guide W. 

Manitoulin Reformer.. W. 

Vidette W. 

Star and Vidette W. 

Banner W. 

Herald W. 

Independent W. 

Weekly Fruit Grower W. 

Herald D. 

W. 

Mercury D. 

** W. 

Ag'c'l College Review M. 
Can. Entomologist ... M. 

Can. Forester M. 

Chosen Friend M. 

News W. 

Haileyburian W. 

Silver City News S.-W. 

Herald D. 

Spectator D. 

S.-W. 

Times D. 

" S.-W. 

Review W. 

Can. Royal Templar .. M. 
Hamilton Newspaper 

Union List W. 

(From 75 to 80 papers) 

Post W. 

Review W. 

Tribune . . W. 

Sentinel W. 

Star W. 

Standard W. 

Echo W. 

Observer W. 

Journal W. 

Herald W. 

Monitor W. 

Beaver W. 

Leader W. 

Forester W. 

Chronicle D. 

W. 

Oxford Tribune W. 

Sun W. 

News W. 

Record W. 

Enterprise W. 

Advance W. 

Telegram W. 

Miner and News . . .S.-W. 
Reporter W. 



Ind.-Lib.. 1,930 • 

Con \}i 

Con 776 

Ind Y^ 

Lib 606 

Con Yi 

Ind 1,104 • 

Ind Yt 

Ind Y, 

Ind 1,132 • 

Agric 

Con \Yt 

Con ^Y 

Lib 2,166* 

Lib....... 4,860 • 

College 

Scientific .... Y 

Broth'd 

Broth'd 

Con Y 

Con Y 

Ind 

Ind ^Y^ 

Con 11,763* 

Con 6,813 * 

Lib 6 

Lib zYt 

Ind 10,000 

Temp.. .14,208* 

66,110* 

Ind I K 

Con I 

Ind Y 

Ind Yz 

Ind.-Con Y 

Ind Y^ 

Ind Ya 

Ind Y 

Ind Yt 

Ind Y 

Ind Y 

Ind Y 

ind...... '..".' Y 

Lib Y 

Lib \Y. 

Lib.-Con I 

Ind.-Lib 

Ind I 

Ind I 

Lib 

Ind 2,100 

Con 1 

Ind.-Con i 

Lib xY 



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Place. 



Pop, 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Kincardine 
^Kingston. . 



2,700 
20,000 



King-sville ^»5oo 

Lakefield i ,400 

Lanark 979 

Learning-ton .... 2,500 

< < 

* Lindsay 7>5oo 

Linwood 400 

Listowel 2,750 



Little Current 
Xondon 



1,000 
45,000 



L'Ong-nal 1,400 

Lucan ... i ,000 

Lucknow 1,700 

Madoc 1,600 

Markdale 1*025 

Markham i ,400 

Marmora 1,000 

Massey 1,000 

Maxville 1,000 

Meaford 2,800 

<( 
(i 

Merlin 350 

Merrickville .... 1,100 

Midland 4>5oo 

Mildmay 1,200 

Millbrook 1,000 

(< 

*Milton ^j55o 

(( 

Milverton 900 



Review W. 

British Whig D. 

S.-W. 

News D. 

Can. Freeman W. 

Queen's Univ. Jour'l. B.-W. 
Ontario Churchman . . M. 
Queen's Medical Quar. Q. 
Queen's Quarterly. ... Q. 

Reporter W. 

News W. 

Era W. 

News W. 

Post W. 

Post D. 

" W. 

Watchman Warder . . . W. 

News W. 

Banner W. 

Standard W. 

Expositor W. 

Advertiser D. 

W. 

Free Press (M. &-£.). D. 

W. 

Catholic Record W. 

Echo W. 

Farmer's Advocate. . . W. 
White Ribbon Tiding-sS.-M. 

Ancient Forester M. 

Canadian M. 

Can. Woodman M. 

Industrial Banner ... M. 
Ont. Real Estate Exc. M. 
Advocate W. 

Sun W. 

Sentinel W. 

Review W. 

Standard W. 

Economist W. 

Sun W. 

Herald W. 

News W. 

Advertiser . . W. 

Express W. 

Mirror W. 

Monitor W. 

Mirror W. 

Star W. 

Argus W. 

Free Press W. 

Gazette W. 

Mirror W. 

Reporter W. 

Canadian Champion . . W. 

Reformer W. 

Sun W. 



Ind.-Con 1 }4 

Lib 4,105* 

Lib 6,988* 

Con 2 

Relig 

College ^ 

Relig 5,314* 

Med I 

College 

Ind X 

Ind ^ 

Ind iX 

Lib ^X 

Con 2,012 

Lib 1,220* 

Lib 2,408* 

Con 3>^ 

Ind 

Lib 1,066* 

Con 1 

Ind.-Lib 34: 

Lib 11,404* 

Lib 4 

Con 16,924* 

Con i^ 

Relig... 16,860* 

Local 8,500 

Agricult'l. ... 29 

Temp 

Broth'd 

Broth'd 

Broth'd ii>^ 

Labor 5 

Real Estate . . 

Lib X 

Ind }4 

Lib I 

Ind I 

Ind i^ 

Ind.-Lib.. 1,520 

Ind ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind }i 

Ind )4 

Lib }^ 

Con I 

Lib }4 

Ind }4 

Ind 1 

Con }4 

Lib 90O 

Ind J^ 

Ind.-Con ^ 

Ind.-Con ^ 

Ind 828 

Lib K 

Ind 1032 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



*Minden 300 

Mitchell 1,900 

Morrisburg- '»693 

Mount Brydges. 650 

Mount Forest. . . 2,500 

•Napanee 3,537 



Newcastle 


700 


New Hamburg".. 


1,600 


New Liskeard . . 


3,000 


<( (< 




Newmarket .... 


3>.';oo 


Niag^ara Falls . . 


9,000 


Niagara on the 
Lake 


800 


North Augusta.. 
North Bay 


500 
5,000 



Norwich i>30o 

Norwood 945 

Oakville 1,900 



Oil Spring's 
*0 range ville 



1,500 
2,000 



Orillia 5,379 



Orono 700 

Oshawa 6,000 

♦Ottawa 67,572 



Echo. W. 

Advocate W. 

Recorder W. 

Herald W. 

Leader W. 

Enterprise W. 

Confederate W. 

Representative W. 

Beaver W. 

Express W. 

Independent W. 

Independent W. 

Volksblatt W. 

Herald W. 

Speaker W. 

Era W. 

Express-Herald W. 

Christian Vanguard . S.-M. 

Record D. 

W. 

Review W. 

Times W. 

Citizen W. 

Despatch W. 

Times * . . . W. 

Tribune W. 

Gazette W. 

Register W. 

Record W. 

Star W. 

Chronicle W. 

Banner W. 

Post W. 

Sun W. 

News-Letter W. 

Packet W. 

Times W. 

Can. Workman M. 

Gospel Herald M. 

News W. 

Reformer W. 

Vindicator W. 

Citizen {M.& E.) D. 

" S.-W. 

Free Press D. 

Journal D. 

'« S.-W. 

Le Temps D. 

Canada Gazette W. 

Dipper W. 

Dominion Presbyt'rian W. 

United Canada W. 

Danebrog W. 

Military Gazette .. . .S.-M. 

Can. Patent Record . . M. 

Naturalist M. 



Ind.-Con % 

Con 2 

Lib )i 

Lib ^ 

Ind % 

Ind %, 

Lib )i 

Lib.-Con.. 1,217* 

Con 3,827* 

Lib 2 

Ind y^ 

Ind )i 

Con I 

Ind % 

Ind ^ 

Lib 1,888* 

Con 1,698^ 

Rel X 

Con \% 

Con y^ 

Lib I 

Ind yi 

Ind >^ 

Lib. -Con ^ 

Lib % 

Con I 

Ind }i 

Ind )i 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind % 

Ind 2,039 • 

Con 1,460 

Con 2 

Ind.' 2% 

Ind.-Con .... 2 

Ref 2,768* 

Broth'd 50 

Rel 

Ind U 

Lib 1,400 

Con I 

Con 12,667* 

Con 9,898* 

Lib 6,436* 

Ind 9,344* 

Ind 8,360* 

Lib. 3,200 

Gov't 

Ind.-Lib . 8,000 

Relig 6X 

Ind 

Lib \% 

Military 

Gov't 

Scientific 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issne. Classification. Circ. 



Ottawa 67,572 

*Owen Sound . . . 10,765 



Paisley i»i54 

Palmerston 2,200 

Paris 3*400 

Parkhill Ij430 

(< 

^ Parry Sound .... 4,000 
(( 

^Pembroke 5,800 



Penetangfuishene 
»Perth 

*Peterboroug-h . . 



Petrolia. 



2,917 
4,000 

15,000 



4»3S9 



Pickering: 

*Picton 


1,000 
4,000 


Plattsville 

*Port Arthur 


800 
12,000 


Port Colborne 

Port Dover 

Port Elgrin 

Port Hope 


1,400 
1,700 
1,600 
5,042 


Port Perry 


1,600 


Port Rowan .... 

Powassan 

*Prescott 


759 
900 

3.019 


Preston 

Rainy River . , . 
Renfrew ....... 


3,020 
2,000 
3,400 


Richards Landing: 
Richmond Hill. . 
Ridgetown .... 


300 

700 

2,500 



Real Estate Chronicle M. 

University Review ... M. 

Advertiser S.-W. 

Sun S.-W. 

Times S.-W. 

Christian Messeng-er.S. -M. 

Can. Poultry News . . . M. 

Advocate W. 

Spectator W. 

Review ..;'.... . W. 

Star-Transcript W. 

Gazette-Review W. 

Post W. 

Canadian W. 

North Star W. 

Observer W. 

Standard W. 

Deutsche Post W. 

Kirchenblatt W. 

Herald W. 

Courier W. 

Expositor W. 

Examiner D. 

W. 

Review D. 

" W. 

Times D. 

" W. 

Advertiser W. 

Topic W. 

Can. Pig^eon Fancier. . M. 

Poultry Advocate .... M . 

News W. 

Gazette S.-W. 

Times W. 

Echo W. 

Chronicle D. 

News D. 

Times W. 

INIaple Leaf W. 

Times W. 

Guide D. 

" W. 

Times W. 

Observer W. 

Star W. 

News W. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Messeng-er W. 

Progress W. 

Gazette ^ W. 

Journal W. 

Mercury W. 

St. Joe Herald W. 

Liberal W. 

Dominion W. 

Plaindealer W. 



Real Estate . . 

CoUeg-e 14 

Lib 

Lib 2,717 • 

Con 3 

Relig- K 

Poultry ^ 

Ind iX 

Ind X 

Con .1 

Lib I 

Ind i^ 

Con 1,200 

Con. 

Lib 1 X 

Lib 

Con 1,570 

Ind I 

Relig- iX 

Ind }4 

Lib 2 

Con 1,675 

Ref 2,263* 

Ref 2 

Con iX 

Con 2 

Ind 

Ind 

Con 1,189 • 

Lib ..1,732* 

Pigeons X 

Poultry 3X 

Ind iX 

Con iX 

Lib 2,593* 

Ind )4 

Lib 1,580 * 

Ind I 

Ind X 

Con }4 

Ind 

Lib X 

Lib 2X 

Ind.-Con. . , . 2X 

Con X 

Ind.-Lib ^ 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Lib X 

Con I 

Ind i4 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind.-Lib. . 1,600 

Ind X 

Lib X 

Con X 

Lib I*/ 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ 



Ripley 650 

Rodney 900 

Russel 700 

*St. Catharines. . 11,780 



St. Georg^e 
St. Marys . 



*St. Thomas . 



*Sarnia 



900 
3.416 

13,400 



9.500 



'Sault Ste. Marie 8,500 

Seaforth 3,000 

Shelburne 1,500 

^Simcoe 3,000 

Smith's Falls . . . 5,500 

Southampton . . . 2,400 

South Mountain 500 

Springfield 800 

Stayner 1,200 

Stiriing 900 

Stouffville 1,225 

^Stratford 14.500 



Strathroy 3,200 

Streetsville 600 

Sturgeon Falls. . 2,800 

Sudbury 3,000 

Sunderland 600 



Sundridge 700 

Tara 800 

Tavistock 1,200 



Express W. 

Mercury W. 

Leader W. 

Standard D. 

S.-W. 

Star-Journal D. 

" W. 

Can. Printers' News. . M. 
Factory Site Trade 

Bulletin M. 

Sentinel . W. 

Argus W. 

Journal W. 

Journal D. 

W 

Times D. 

" W. 

Municipal World M. 

Observer D. 

W. 

Canadian W. 

Post W. 

Express W. 

Star W. 

Huron Expositor W. 

News W. 

Economist W. 

Free Press W. 

British Canadian W. 

Reformer W. 

News S.-W. 

Rideau Record .... .S.-W. 

Beacon W. 

Herald W. 

Echo W. 

Sun W. 

News-Argus W. 

Pilot W. 

Tribune W. 

Beacon D. 

" W. 

Herald D. 

** S.-W. 

Canadischer Kolonist W. 

(See Berliner Journal) 

Age W. 

Dispatch W. 

Review and Herald.. . W. 

Advertiser. W. 

Journal W. 

Banner W. 

(See Cannington Gleaner) 
Times W. 

(See Uxbridge Times) 

Echo W. 

Leader W^. 

Gazette W. 



Ind H 

Ind }4 

Ind iX 

Con 3,639* 

Con ^ 

Lib \...i% 

Lib K 

Record Paper 

Real Estate . . 
Ind 

Lib ly^ 

Con \^( 

Lib 3,012* 

Lib iX 

Con 3,892 * 

Con 1,586* 

Municipal.4,427* 

Lib 1 

Lib lYi 

Con 2^ 

Ind 1% 

Lib 

Con 2,252* 

Lib 4,080 * 

Con I 

Ind I 

Con 1,398* 

Con 1 

Lib 2,510* 

Con 1,300 

Lib i^ 

Ind U 

Ind ^ 

Ind % 

Ind >^ 

Ind 850 

Lib % 

Lib }^ 

Lib \}( 

Lib 2% 

Con..... .2,005* 

Con 2,969* 

Ind 

Lib i^ 

Con 1^ 

Ind yi 

Ind I 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Con 

Ind. ^ 

Con 1,329* 

Ind ^ 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Teeswater 940 

Thamesford .... 500 

Thamesville .... 1,000 

Thedford 800 

Thessalon 1,200 

Thombury i ,000 

Thorold 2,500 

Tilbury 1,400 

Tillsonburg- .... 2,500 

Tiverton 500 

•Toronto 300,000 



News W. 

Star W. 

Herald W. 

Tribune W. 

Algfoma Advocate .... W. 

Herald-Reflector W. 

Post S.-W. 

Times W. 

Liberal W. 

Observer W. 

Watchman W. 

Globe (M.dfE.) D. 

*« W. 

Mail&Empire D. 

W. 

News D. 

Star D. 

Telegram D. 

World D. 

Sun. 

Canada Lumberman. . W. 
♦' .. M. 

Canadian Baptist W. 

Canadian Churchman. W. 
Can. Cong-reg"ationalist W. 
Can. Contract Record W. 

Can. Courier W. 

Can . Dairyman W. 

Can. Eng^ineer W. 

Canadian Grocer W^. 

Canadian Sportsman . W. 

Catholic Register .... W^. 

Christian Guardian. . . W. 

Dew Drops W. 

East and West W. 

East End Echo W. 

East Ender W. 

Financial Post W. 

Hardware and Metal 

and Can. Machinist. W. 

Jewels W. 

King's Own W. 

Monetary Times W. 

Newspaper Union .... W. 

North Ender W. 

Office and Field W. 

Once-a-Week W. 

Ontario Gazette W. 

Ontario Reporter .... W. 

Onward W. 

Pioneer W. 

Playmate W. 

Pleasant Hours W. 

Presbyterian W. 

Saturday Night W. 

Secular Thought W. 



Ind >^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind }4 

Ind I 

Ind i}4 

Irid 3X 

Ind 060 

Lib 1 

Con. ... .1,130 

Ind y^ 

Lib 50,603 • 

Lib 19,094* 

Con 39,138* 

Con 14,444 • 

Ind ....37,794* 
Ind.-Lib.43 580* 

Ind 38,123* 

Ind 27,952* 

Ind ... . 23,688 * 
Commercial. .3^ 

Trade a 

Relig 6,688* 

Relig 7}4 

Relig I 

Bldg 3X 

Literary 

Dairy 5X 

Supplement to 
Monthly . . . 

Trade 7X 

Sport 

Relig 

Relig... 25, 691 

Relig 

Relig 27^ 

(See Gazet'r) 
(See Gazet'r) 
Finance 

Trade 4^ 

Relig 

Relig 

Financial . . . .4^ 

(See Gazet'r) 
Insurance .... 1 

Ind 

Official 

Law 

Relig 

Temp sX 

Juvenile 

Juvenile 

Relig 11^ 

Society 17^ 

Freethought. . 



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261 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Toronto 300,000 



Sentinel W. 

Sun W. 

Varsity W. 

War Cry W. 

West End Echo W. 

West Ender W. 

Young- Soldier W. 

Le Rayon de Soleil . . . W. 

Canada Law Journal.S.-M. 

Canadian Florist .... S.-M. 

Can. Manufacturer . .S.-M. 

Can. Mining Journal.S.-M. 

Canada Music Trades 
Journal S.-M. 

Can. Teacher S.-M. 

Farming World S.-M. 

Acta Victoriana M. 

Algoma Miss'y News.. M. 

Baptist Visitor M. 

Berean Lesson Leaf. . M. 

Bookseller & Stationer M. 

Bulletin M. 

Busy Man's Magazine . M. 

Canada First M. 

Canada Lancet M. 

Canadian Arch, and 
Builder M. 

Can. Baker & Confec- 
tioner M. 

Can. Bookseller & 

Stationers' Journal.. M. 
Can. Cement & Con- 
crete Journal ...... M. 

Can. Church Juvenile. 'M. 
Can. Cigar & Tobacco 

Journal M. 

Canadian Craftsman.. M. 

Can. Druggist M. 

Can. Electrical News. M. 

Can. Engineer M. 

Can. Epworth Era ... M. 
Canadian Harness and 

Carriage Journal . . M. 
Can. Horticulturist ... M. 
Can. Implement and 

Vehicle Trade M. 

Can. Jrnl. of Fabrics . M. 
Can. Journal of Med. & 

Surgery M. 

Can. Kennel Gazette.. M. 
Can. Law Review. ... M. 
Canadian Law Times. M. 
Can. Mach. & Manf. 

News M. 

Canadian Magazine . . M. 
Can. Missionary Link M. 
Can . Motor M. 



Brothd.. 13,439 • 

Agric 16 

College 

Relig 

(See Gazet'r). 
(See Gazet'r). 

Relig 

Relig 

Legal 2% 

Horticul 

Mfg 4^ 

Mining 

Music trades, i 

Educ T}i 

Agric 9,000 

College 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 

Trade 2}^ 

Insur I 

Literary 

Literary 

Medical 2% 

Bldg 2^ 

Trade i V 

Trade 1 

Trade 

Relig 

Trade 

Masonic 4^ 

Drug Trade . . 2 

Trade i}( 

Trade 6 

Relig 6yi 

Trade i^ 

Fruit culture. .']% 

Trade 6 

Textile yi 

Medical 

Dogs 1% 

Legal 1^ 

Legal ^ 

Trade 4^ 

Literary .... i6^ 

Relig 

Motors 4>i 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Toronto 300,000 



Can. Nurse M. 

Can. Optician M. 

Can. Outdoor Life. ... M. 

Can. Painter & Dec'r't'r M. 

Can. Pharmaceutical 

Journal M. 

Can . Pottery and Glass 

Gazette M. 

Can. Poultry Review, . M. 

Can. Practitioner and 

Review M. 

Can. Shoe and Leather 

Journal M. 

China's Millions M. 

Clothier and Haber- 
dasher M. 

Dom. Dental Journal. M. 

Dom. Medical Mont'ly M. 

Dry Goods Review. . . M. 

Eastern Law Reporter M. 

Economist M. 

Eng^ineering- Journal of 

Can M. 

Forester M. 

Freemason M. 

Furniture &Upholstery 
Jrn'l. & Undertakers 

Gazette M. 

Hardware Monthly. . . M. 

Home Journal M. 

Home Study Leaflet. . M. 

Ind. Oddfellow M. 

Industrial Canada. ... M. 

Insurance & Financial 

Review . M. 

Intermediate Leaflet. . M. 

Lamp of Life M. 

Lay Worker M. 

Lord's Day Advocate . M. 

McMaster University. M. 

Merchant M. 

Missionary Outlook . . M. 

Money and Risks.... M. 

Motoring M. 

Musical Canada M. 

New Era M. 

Notes for Bible Study M. 

Office Digest M. 

On The Road M. 

Outdoor Canada M. 

Primary Leaflet M, 

Printer and Publisher. M. 

Pulp and Paper Mag- . M. 

Railway and Marine 

World M. 

Rod and Gun M. 

St. Luke's Parish Mag. M. 



Nursing |^ 

Trade 

Health 

Trade 

Drugs iX 

Trade 

Poultry g}4 

Medical 

Trade .... 
Relig- 

Trade 

Dental 

Medical 

Trade 4^ 

Legal 

Financial . . . .2^ 

Power 

(See Gazet'r). 
Masonic 

Trade 

Trade 

Lit 14 

Relig 

Broth'd 3 

Trade 5^ 

Com'l \^ 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 

College }4 

Commercial . . i 

Relig 12^ 

Commercial .. 

Motors 3|^ 

Music 

Relig 

Biblical 2 

Office 

Trade 

Recreation . . . 

Relig 

Trade 2^ 

Trade 

Shipping 

See Woodstock 
Relig 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. 



Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Toronto 300,000 



Toronto J'ct'n. . . 10,000 

Tottenham i ,000 

Trenton 4>2i7 

Tweed i>5oo 

Uxbridge i>7oo 

Vankleek Hill... 1,800 

Wabigfoon 250 

*Walkerton 3> 100 



Walkerville 2,500 

Wallaceburg .... 3,500 

Warkworth 800 

Waterford 1,200 

Waterloo 4,209 

(< 

(( 

(( 

Watford 1,470 

*Welland 3,000 

(( 

<< 

Wellesley 950 

West Lome 1,000 



Scottish-Canadian .... M. 

Sons of Eng^land Re- 
cord M. 

Sun. School Banner. . M. 

Sunday School Lesson 

Helps M. 

Teachers' Assistant.. M. 

Teachers' Monthly . . M. 

Telephone Age M. 

Trader & Can. Jew'l'r. M. 

Trinity University Re- 
view M. 

Verney's Monthly .... M. 

Western Law Reporter M. 

Westminster M. 

Wineand Spirit Journal M. 

Massey-Harris Illus.Bi-M. 

Christian Worker. ... Q. 

Home Study Quarterly Q. 

Ideal Men Q. 

Institute Leaflet 

Quarterly Q. 

Intermediate Quarterly Q. 

Primary Quarterly .... Q. 

Qu'rt'ly Review S'rv'ce Q. 

Leader and Recorder. W. 

Tribune W. 

Sentinel W. 

Advocate W. 

Courier W. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Times W. 

Review W. 

Star W. 

Bruce Herald W. 

Bruce Times W. 

Telescope W. 

Ontario Glocke W. 

(See Berliner Journal) 

Herald W. 

Herald-Record W. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Star W. 

Citizen D. 

Chronicle Telegraph. . W. 

Can. Bauernfreund . . . W. 

Deutsche Zeitung. . . . W. 

Guide-Advocate W. 

Telegraph S.-W. 

People's Press W. 

Tribune W. 

Home Circle Leader. . M. 

Maple Leaf W. 

Sun W. 

Can. Checker Player. M. 



National 5 

Broth'd 

Relig 17^ 

Relig 3 

Relig 4X 

Relig 14^ 

Trade 

Trade 1 

College ^ 

Banks i}4 

Legal 

Relig. & Lit.9^ 
Trade ....... 

Agric 

Relig 

Relig 

Y.M.C.A 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 

Ind.-Con 3 

Lib i>^ 

Con 1^ 

Lib.-Con )4 

Lib ^ 

Ind. 2,163* 

Ref, 1,400* 

Con ^ 

Ind 1,440 

Ind ^ 

Con 2^ 

Con 1 ^ 

Lib 1,890 

Ind 

Con 1,000 

Ind I 

Ind 1,224* 

Ind I 

Lib 1,300 

Ind 684 

Lib 2,750 

con::::}2.243 

Ind i}^ 

Con 3 

Lib 3^ 

Lib 3^ 

Broth'd i8^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind }4 

Checkers 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Weston i»542 

Westport 1,000 

Wheatley 800 

*Whitby 2,500 

i( 

(( 

Wiarton . 3,000 

(( 

Winchester 1,200 

Windsor i4»509 



Wing-ham . 
^Woodstock' 



2,500 
10,500 



Woodville 900 

Wroxeter. ...... 550 

Wyoming- 700 

Zurich 600 

*Arthabaska 1,400 

Aylmer 3fOOO 

*Baie St. Paul . 1,408 

*Bedford 1,400 

Buckingham. . . . 3,000 

*Chicoutimi 4,000 

it 

Coaticook 3>o86 

*Cookshire 900 

Cowansville .... 1,000 

Danville 1,200 

Farnham. ...... 3,200 

Fraserville 7>5oo 

<< 

Granby 5»ooo 

*Hull 14,000 

*Hunting^don. ... 1,200 



Times and Guide W. 

Mirror W. 

Journal W. 

Chronicle W. 

Gazette W. 

Vox CoUeg-ii M. 

Canadian W. 

Echo W. 

Press W. 

Record D. 

•' W. 

Standard W. 

Le Prog-res W. 

Advance W. 

Times W. 

Express D. 

" W. 

Sentinel Revievir D. 

W. 

Rod and Gun M. 

Advocate W. 

Record W. 

Star W. 

Enterprise W. 

Herald W. 

QUEBEC. 

L'Union W. 

Review W. 

L'Echo de Charlevoix. W. 

News W. 

Post W. 

Prog-res du Sag-uenay. W. 

Le Travailleur W. 

Le Messag-er de St. 

Antoine M. 

Observer W. 

Chronicle W. 

Observer W. 

Times W. 

Leader W. 

Le Journal W. 

Le St. Laurent W. 

Leader-Mail W. 

Advance W. 

Le Spectateur W. 

Gleaner W. 

News W. 



Ind 1,314 

Ind H 

Ind >i 

Ind \ ,/ 

Ind r>^ 

College }4 

Con I 

Lib 1,200 

Ind 940 

Ind.-Lib..2,800 • 
Ind.-Lib.. 3,800 

Con ^ 

Lib 1,200 

Con i)4 

Lib I 

Con i^ 

Con 

Lib 4,190 • 

Lib 4,390* 

Sport 

(See Beaver- 
ton Express) 
(See Canning-- 
ton Gleaner) 

Ind }4 

Ind }i 

Ind ^ 

Lib X 

Lib ^ 

Lib 

(See St. Johns 

News) 

Ind I 

Ind 

Ind I 

Religr 12^4: 

Ind ^ 

Ind 1)4 

Con ^ 

(See Richmond 

Times) . . . 

(See Granby 

Leader-Mail) 

Ind iX 

Ind 1,600 

Ind iX 

Lib ^ 

Lib 2 

Lib i^ 

(See St. Johns 

News) 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



*Joliette 5»225 

*Knowlton 850 

Lachine 7,000 

*Lachute 2,500 

it 

Lake Meg'antic. . i >500 

*Levis 9,000 

Magog 3,500 

*MontmagTiy .... 1,600 

"Montreal 365,000 



L'Etoile du Nord W. 

News W. 

Lake Shore W. 

News W. 

Watchman W. 

Chronicle W. 

Le Quotidien D. 

" (Hebdomadaire) W. 

Enterprise W. 

News W. 

Courrier W. 

Le Peuple W. 

Gazette D. 

W. 

Herald D. 

'« W. 

Star D, 

" W. 

Witness D. 

" W. 

Le Canada D. 

W. 

La Patrie D. 

W. 

La Presse D. 

W. 

Canadian Grocer W. 

Chronicle (Insurance & 

Finance) W. 

Hardware and Metal . W. 

Journal of Commerce . W. 

McGill Outlook W. 

Northern Messenger.. W. 

Shareholder W. 

Standard W. 

Trade Bulletin W. 

Trade Review W. 

True Witness W. 

World Wide W. 

L'Aurore W. 

Le Bulletin W. 

Le Canadien W. 

Le Canard W. 

La Croix W. 

Les Depeches W. 

Le Monde lUustre W. 

Le Moniteur du Com- 
merce W. 

Le Nationaliste W. 

L'Opinion W. 

Le Prix Courant W. 

Le Samedi W. 

La Semaine Religieuse W. 

L'Araldo del Canada. . W. 

L'Indipendente W. 

Jewish Star 

Jewish Times Bi.-W. 



Ind 2}i 

See St. John News 

Ind X 

See St. John News 

Con ^ 

Con 

Ind 4>^ 

Ind 3>i 

Ind.-Con ^ 

See St. John News 

Lib I 

Con 1,090* 

Con 11,236 • 

Con 

Lib 21 

Lib 17 

Ind 61,176 • 

Ind 120,194* 

Ind 13^ 

Ind 22 

Lib 

Lib 

Ind 38,704* 

Ind 20,560* 

Ind.... 100,934* 

Ind 49,992* 

Trade 

Ins. & Fin 

Trade 

Com'cl 

College 

Relig. ...62,810* 
Financial .... 2 
News & Lit. .32^ 

Com'l 

Com'l 

Relig SU 

Lit 6,328* 

Fr. Prot % 

Lib 

Con 

Humor 

R«Hgr 

Lib 

lUus 

Com'l 

Nat 6,269* 

Con 5 

Com'l 2 

Lit 18,537* 

Relig 2% 

Italian 1 ^ 

Italian 

Yiddish.. 
Jewish Yz 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



•Montreal 365,000 



Journal of AgricultureS.-M. 

Le Journal de Fran- 

coise S.-M. 

Le Passe Temps. . ..S.-M. 

Bookseller & Stationer M. 

Busy Man's Magazine M. 

Can. Cigar & Tobacco 
Journal M. 

Can. Engineer M. 

Can. Journal of Fabrics M. 

Can. Life & Resources M. 

Can. Mach. & Manf g. 
News M. 

Can. Messenger of the 
Sacred Heart M. 

Can. Municipal Journal M. 

Can. Pharmac. Journ. M. 

Can. Pictorial M. 

Clothier & Haberd'er. M. 

Commercial Gazette... M. 

Dry Goods Record ... M. 

Dry Goods Review.. . . M. 

International Railway 
& Navigation Guide M. 

Magazine of Insurance M. 

Montreal Med'l Journal M. 

Montreal Pharmaceu- 
tical Journal M. 

Presby. College Journal M. 

Presbyterian Record. . M. 

Printer & Publisher. . . M. 

Protector M; 

Pulp & Paper Maga- 
zine in Canada M. 

Pythian Review M. 

Real Estate Record . . M. 

Retail Merchants' 
Journal M. 

Rod & Gun M. 

Sentinel of the B. S M. 

White Ribbon Leaflet. M. 

Wine & Spirit Journal . M. 

L' Artisan M. 

Bulletin Mensuel M. 

La Lumo. M. 

La Maison Moderne. . . M. 

LeMessager Canadien 
du' Sacre-Coeur. . . . M. 

Le Propagateur M. 

Les Rapports Judiciares M. 

La Revue Canadienne M. 

La Revue du Tiers- 
Ordre M. 

La Revue de Jurispru- 
dence M. 

La Revue Legale .... M. 
Le Stenographe Can, M. 



Agl 6s 

Lit 

Music 2^ 

Trade 

Literary 

Trade 

Trade 

Textile 

Illus 12,876* 

Trade 

Relig... 40,745* 

Munic 3 

Trade 

Illustrated . . 12^ 

Trade 

Com'l ^Yz 

Textile 2% 

Trade 

Travel 7 

Ins. & Fin 

Med'l 1^ 

Pharmacy . . . i ^4 

College % 

Relig W/z 

Trade 

Broth'd 

Trade 

Broth'd * 

R'l Estate ... 2 

Trade 4^ 

(See Woodstock) 

Broth'd 

Temperance.. ^ 

Trade 

Broth'd 13^ 

Com'l 2% 

Literary 

Household . .. 

Relig 

Lit. & Rel...4^ 

Legal ^ 

Literary 

Relig 

Legal ^ 

Legal ^ 

Stenographe . ^ 



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Place. 




Pop. 


Name of Paper. 


Issue. 


Classification 


. Circ. 


*Montreal 36s, 


000 


L' Union Medicate du 










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Canada 


M. Medical 




I 


tt 






Liqueurs et Tabacs. . . 


M. Trade.. . 




■ H 


({ 






Publicity-Publicity... 


M. Advtg... 






(i 






Tissus et Nouveaut^s. 


M. Trade... 




• ^Vz 


(( 






Can. Antiquarian 


Q. Numismatic. 




it 






Journal Can. Bankers' 
















Asso 


Q. Banking 






Nominingue 




100 


Le Pioneer S. 


-W. I 


nd 






Ormstovvn . 


78. 


925 
,000 


Bulletin 

Chronicle 


W. I 
D. C 


.ib 




1 


*Quebec 


'on 




.7^ 


<( 






(Gazette)... 
Telegraph 


W. Con 




It 14 


(« 






D. Ind 


10,404 • 


<( 






L'Evenement 


D. Con .... 




. 7 


(i 






<( 


W. C 


)on . ... 




.1% 


(< 






LeSoleil 


D. Lib 


.15,320 • 


<< 






La Gazette Officieile . . 


W. Lib 

W. Govt. . . 




.2U 


«( 






La Libre Parole 


W. I 


nd 







i( 






La Semaine Com'rciale 


W. Com'l... 




.2% 


<( 






La Semaine Religieuse 


W. Relig. . . 






<< 






La Verite 


W. Ind 






<( 






L'Echo de Quebec. Tri 


.-M. Local... 


. . . . 


• M 


(( 






Diocesan Gazette 


M. Relig... 


. . . . 




<( 






Educ. Record 


M. Educ. .. 


. . . . 




«( 






La Naturaliste Cana- 
















dienne 


M. Scientific 






<( 






L'Enseignement Prim. 


M. Rel. & Educ. 


■ 7 


'* 






Les Fleurs de la Charite 


! M. Rel. & Educ. 




Quyon.. 




682 


Advance 


W. Lib ... . 


. . . . 


. '4 


Rectory Hill 

*Richniond 






Megantic Gazette .... 
Guardian 


W. Con 


. . 1,875 • 


3.300 


W. Con.... 




. ^ 


i< 






News 


W. Lib-Con. 


. . . . 




<( 






Times 


W. Lib 




. 2 


*Rimouski 


3 


,000 


Le Progres du Golfe . . 


W. Ind 




.1^ 


(< 






Le Messager de Ste. 
















Anne 


M. Relig. . . 


. . . . 


. 


Riviere-du-Loup. 






(See Fraserville) 










Roberval 


4 


ooo 


Le Lac St-Jean 


W. Ind 




. 2 


Rock Island 


2 


,000 


Stanstead Journal 


W. Ind 




I^ 


Ste. Anne de Beaupre 


2,000 


Annates de Ste. Anne. 


M. Relig. . . 


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*St. Hyacinthe. . . 


12 


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St. Jerome 


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Richmond 






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Le Canada Francais . . 


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Lib 


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CONDENSED LIST— NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. iMue. Classification. Circ. 



*St. Johns. 



Shawville 

Shawinigfan Falls 
*Sherbrooke .... 



*Sorel, 



*Three Rivers. 
Vallevfield . . . 



*Victoriaville . . 
*Waterloo 



Westmount . . . 
Windsor Mills. 



^Campbellton . 

a 

Chatham 



*Edmundston. 
*Fredericton. . 



Hartland 

Hillsboro 

Moncton 

(( 
<( 
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•Newcastle 

(( 

Perth- Andover , 

*Richibucto 

*St. Andrews . . . 
*St. John 



6,300 Corticelli Home Needle- 
work Q. 

800 Equity W. 

3,500 L'Industriel W. 

14,000 Record D. 

Le Progres de L'Est.S.-W. 

Gazette W. 

Leg-al Review W. 

8,000 Le Courrier W. 

Le Sorelois W. 

Gazette W. 

News W. 

12,730 Le Trifluvien. . . ..^ . . .S.-W. 

W. 

10,500 Le Courrier W. 

Le Progres W. 

3,000 L'Echo W. 

1,797 Advertiser W. 

Journal de Waterloo . . W. 

1 1,000 Advertiser W. 

2,700 Times W. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

4,000 Tribune Tri.-W. 

Events W. 

5,000 World S.-W. 

W. 

Commercial W. 

1,500 Times-Gazette Bi.-W. 

7,200 Gleaner D. 

•' S.-W. 

Herald D. 

" S.-W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Butler's Journal M. 

Capital M. 

Normal Light M. 

University Monthly... M. 

1,250 Chat W. 

Primitive Baptist. . . .S.-M. 

1,200 Journal W. 

11,000 Times D. 

•« S.-W. 

Transcript D. 

W. 

L'Evangeline W. 

3,500 North Shore Leader . . W. 

Union Advocate W. 

La Justice W. 

800 News . W. 

2,000 Review W. 

1,500 Beacon '. . . W. 

50,000 Globe D. 

W. 

Star ... D. 

Sun D. 

News f^JV. of Sun) . . W. 



Art N'd'l'w'kio^ 
Lib, -Con. .... i 

Lib 410* 

Ind 7,326* 

Lib I ^ 

Lib-Con i 

Legal 

Lib 

Con 2^ 

See Gazetteer 
See Gazetteer 

Con I 

Con }4 

Con J4 

Lib I 

Con I 

Lib i}4 

Con ^ 

Ind U 

Lib 

Ind i>^ 

Ind I 

Con }4 

Con I 

Lib ..1,427* 

Ind X 

Ind 2 

Ind 5 

Lib H 

Lib ij4 

Gov't 

Soc.-Dem. . . . 

Con 

Educat'l 

College. . .V. 

Ind I 

Relig 

Ind I 

Con iX 

Con 2 

Lib 2X 

Lib 2X 

Lib 2>^ 

Ind I 

Ind iX 

ind.'. .!!.!.. 789* 

Lib X 

Ind.-Lib iX 

Lib 4 

Lib X 

Ind.-Lib. .6,388* 
Ind.-Lib... 4,815* 
Con 4 



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269 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



^St. John 50,000 



St. Stephen .... 2,840 

Sackville 4,000 

'I 

(< 

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Shediac i)45o 

Sussex 2,200 



^Woodstock 



4,000 



Telegraph D. 

S.-W. 

Times D. 

Maritime Baptist W. 

Monitor W. 

New Freeman W. 

Educational Review. . M. 

Acadiensis Q. 

Courier W. 

Post S.-W. 

Tribune S.-W. 

Arg-osy M. 

Allesonia Bi-M. 

Le Moniteur Acadien . W. 

Record W. 

Maritime Farmer. . . .S.-M. 

Carleton Sentinel W. 

Dispatch W. 

Press W. 

Kings Highway ..,.S.-M. 



Ind 7X 

Ind 5 

Ind 7,436 • 

Relig 6,137 

Lib I 

Relig 2% 

Educat'l I ^ 

Lit 

Con 2,627 * 

Ind. -Con i}( 

Ind.-Lib i 

College 

College 

% 

Ind 2,166* 

Agric 3,756* 

Lib 2,022* 

Ind 1,850 

Con \% 

Relig 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



*Amherst 7,000 

n 
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*Annapolis i>oi9 

*Antigonish 2,000 

*Arichat 1,200 

Bear River 2,000 

Berwick i>738 

Bridgetown .... 1,118 

Bridgewater 3,937 

Caledonia 1,070 

Canso 1,734 

* Clark's Harbor . 2,000 

Dartmouth 4,806 

*Digby 1,150 

Glace Bay 12,000 

*Halifax 50,000 



News D. 

•* (News & Sentinel) S.-W. 

Telegram D. 

(Gazette).. S.-W. 

Spectator W. 

Casket W. 

Record W. 

Telephone W. 

Register W. 

Monitor W. 

Bulletin W. 

Gold Hunter W. 

Times W. 

Coast Guard W. 

Patriot W. 

Courier W. 

Gazette D. 

Acadian Recorder D. 

Tri.-W. 

Chronicle D. 

** (Nova Scotian) W\ 
Echo {Eve. Chronicle) D. 

Herald D. 

Homestead S.-W. 

Mail {Eve. Herald) . . D. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Suburban W. 

Wesleyan W. 

Maritime Merchant . . Bi-W. 

Church Work S.-M. 

Dalhousie Gazette • . M. 



Lib I 

Lib OX. 

Con I 

Con 2 

Ind I 

Ind 4,400 

Ind I 

Ind % 

Ind lYz 

Ind I 

Con 1% 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Lib. . .» I 

Ind I 

Ind 2 

Ind i}i 

Lib 2% 

Lib ^ 

Ind ^% 

Ind 14 

Ind 3^ 

Ind.-Con. 7,866* 

Agric I 

Ind.-Con. 8,039* 

Gov't 

Ind 

Relig zYat 

Com'l 1% 

Reli^... .2,767* 
College 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



-* Halifax . . . 



Hantsport. 
Inverness . 
'Kentville.. 



^Liverpool 

^Lunenburg- . . . . 
Mahone Bay . . 

Middleton 

New Glasgow. 



50,000 



713 

500 

2,500 



i»937 
5,000 
1,250 
900 
5.500 



North Sydney . . . 6,000 



Oxford 2,000 

Parrsboro 2,700 

*Pictou 4»5oo 



Point Tupper. . . 
P't. Hawkesbury 



1,200 
1,000 



^P't. Hood 2,000 

P't. Maitland ... 1,000 

*Shelburne i>5oo 

Spring-hill 6,000 

Stellarton 2,410 

"*Sydney i5)000 



Sydney Mines. . . 6,000 
Truro 6,000 



Westville 4,000 

Weymouth Bridge 1,200 
^Windsor 4,000 



Wolfville 1 ,963 

^Yarmouth 7,000 



Industrial Advocate . . 
Mar. Medical News. . . 

Journal of Educ S. 

Advance 

News 

Acadian Orchardist. . 

Advertiser 

Western Chronicle . . . 

Advance 

Prog^ress-Enterprise . . 

Signal 

Outlook 

Eastern Chronicle. . .S. 

Enterprise 

Enterprise 

Herald 

Cape Breton Methodist 

Journal 

Leader 

Advocate 

Colonial Standard. . . . 
Presbyterian Witness . 

Mail 

Bulletin 

Eastern Journal 

Greeting's 

Bluenose 

Gazette 

Tribune S. 

Mining- Record S. 

Post (M.&E.) 

" (Bras d'Or Gazette) 

Record 

Blue Banner 

Star 

News 



Colchester Sun 

Lever 

Free Lance 

Gazette 

Hants Journal 

Tribune 

Forward 

King's College Record 

Acadian 

Acadia Athenaeum . . . 

Globe 

Times S. 

Herald 

Ligrht 

Telegram 



M. 

M. 
-Y. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
-W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

M. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

W. 
■W. 
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W. 

D. 

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W. 

D. 
W. 
W. 

M. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

M. 
W. 

M. 

D. 
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W. 
W. 
W. 



H 
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4 



Min. & Indus.. 2^ 

Med I 

Educ 

Ind 1,550 

I 

Ind 

Ind 

Lib 

Lib 

Lib 

Ind 

Ind 

Lib 

Con. . . . 

Ind 

Ind 

Relig. .. 
Ind.. .. 
Ind .... 

Lib 

Con .... 

Ind 

Lib 

Ind.-Lib 1 

Lib I 

Ind 1,230 

Incl ^ 

Ind 1% 

Ind 1 

Min 

Con 4,175^ 

Con ^ 

Lib 3,577* 

Reiigr ^ 

Ind 

Ind % 

Ind 6,400 • 

Ind. -Con. . . .1% 

Y.M.C.A iX 

Ind 2,700 

% 

Ind 1,834^ 

Ind iX 

Temp 

College 

Ind I 

College 

Ind 

Con 3,076 

Lib 

Ind 2,900 

Lib 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

*Charlottetown... 13,000 Examiner D. Lib. -Con 3 

" Guardian, (Morning). D. Ind 3,144* 



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271 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classificatioa. Circ. 



^Charlottetown . 



^Summerslde. 



Tig-nish 



13,000 Guardian (Rural) D. 

Patriot D. 

" S.-W. 

Herald W. 

P. E. Islander W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Watchman W. 

3,100 Island Farmer W. 

Journal W. 

Pioneer W. 

P. E. I. Agriculturist. . W. 

1,000 L'Impartial W. 



Ind 3,180* 

Lib 2 

Lib 2j^ 

Relig j4 

Ind.-Lib 

Gov't 

Ind. -Con. . . . 2}^ 

Ag-ricult'l 4^ 

Con 6,200 

Lib 5 

Agricult'1.6,600 
Ind i^ 



Baldur 350 

Belmont 250 

Birtle 422 

Boissevain 979 

Brandon 10,408 

<( 

(( 
(( 

Carberry 1,111 

Carman 1 , 530 

Cartwrigfht 350 

Crystal City .... 630 

Cypress River. . 500 

Dauphin 1*670 

Deloraine 856 

Dominion City. . 550 

Elgin 450 

Elkhorn 525 

Elm Creek 124 

Emerson 920 

Gilbert Plains . . 436 

Gladstone 828 

Glenboro 600 

Grand View 750 

Hamiota 600 

Hartney 653 

Holland 476 

Holmfield 250 

Killarney i>ii7 

MacGregor .... 640 

Manitou 717 

Melita 784 

Miami 750 



MANITOBA. 

Gazette W. 

News W. 

Eye Witness W. 

Globe W. 

Recorder W. 

Sun D. 

" W. 

Times D. 

W. 

Express W. 

News W. 

Leader W. 

Standard W. 

Southern Man. Review W. 

Noble Deeds . M. 

Courier W. 

Western Prairie W. 

Herald W. 

Press.; W. 

Advertiser W. 

Times W. 

Weekly Echo W. 

Banner W. 

Advocate W. 

Mail W. 

Journal W. 

Maple Leaf W. 

Age W. 

Gazette W. 

Exponent W. 

Echo W. 

Star W. 

Observer W. 

Press W. 

Guide W. 

Herald W. 

Western Canadian . . . W. 

Enterprise W. 

Western Progress .... W. 

Herald W. 



Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind y^ 

Lib |4 

Con ^ 

Lib 2 

Lib i}i 

Con i^ 

Con 2^ 

Lib.-Con ^ 

Lib X 

Con ^ 

Lib }4 

Ind >^ 

Lit 

Ind }4 

Ind 360 

Ind ^ 

Ind ^ 

Con J4 

Lib 34 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind. Con }4 

Con X 

Ind /^ 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind I 

Ind ^ 

Ind 700 

Ind ^ 

Ind y^ 

Ind X 

Ind % 

Lib •, 

Ind }4 

Ind I 

Lib X 

Ind y^ 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Miniota 200 

Minnedosa i>299 

Minto 400 

Morden i»437 

Morris 513 

Napinka 575 

Neepawa 1,895 

Ning"a 200 

Norwood 

Oak Lake 500 

Pierson. . . , 575 

Pilot Mound .... 589 

Pipestone 250 

Plumas 200 

Por'g-e la Prairie 5,106 



Rapid City 738 

Rathwell 150 

Reston 500 

Roblin 300 

Roland 550 

Russell 500 

St. Boniface .... 5, 1 19 

Selkirk 2,701 

<< 

Shoal Lake 450 

Sidney 200 

Somerset 150 

Souris 1,413 

Stonewall 1,074 

<< 

Swan Lake 275 

Swan River 500 

Treherne boo 

Virden i,47i 

Waskada 300 

Wawanesa 367 

Winnipeg: 9^,1 53 



Herald W. 

Mercury W. 

Tribune W. 

Packet W. 

Chronicle W. 

Empire W. 

Herald W. 

New Century W. 

Press S.-W. 

Reg-ister W. 

News W. 

See Winnipeg- 
News W. 

Review W. 

Sentinel W. 

Sifting-s W. 

Standard W. 

Graphic D. 

" [Liberal) W. 

Review D. 

W. 

Reporter W. 

Record W. 

Recorder W. 

Messenger W. 

News W. 

Banner W. 

Le Manitoba W. 

Expositor W. 

Record W. 

Star W. 

Spectator .... W. 

Century W. 

Plaindealer W. 

Argus W. 

Gazette W. 

Echo W. 

Star W. 

Gimlet W. 

Times W. 

Advance W. 

Empire W. 

Expositor W. 

Independent W. 

Free Press D. 

" *♦ News-Bulletin D. 

" " W. 

Telegram D. 

W. 

Tribune D. 

W. 

Daily Grain Letter. . . D. 

Central Catholic W. 

Commercial W. 

Farmer's Advocate . . . W. 

Manitoba Gazette .... W. 

Market Record W. 



Ind X 

Lib ^ 

Con U 

Ind X 

Lib i}4 

Con ^ 

Ind X 

Ind.-Con )4 

Lib 1,428* 

Con 1,460* 

Con ^ 

Ind ^ 

ind! ■.■.■.■■■.;:: ^ 

Lib X 

Ind }4 

Lib ^ 

Lib iX 

Con }4 

Con 2 

Lib H 

Ind 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind ^ 

Ind ^ 

Con 2^ 

Lib K 

Ind }4 

Ind )4 

Ind;;;:;;:;;; «^ 

Ind ^ 

Lib X 

Con X 

Ind }i 

Ind }4 

ind;::::::::: ^ 

Ind iX 

Ind;;:::;:::: u 
Ind ^ 

ub:;:}36.oi5* 

Lib 22,941* 

Con 21,683* 

Con 13,768* 

Ind 15 

Ind 

Markets 

Religious. . . . 2% 

Com'l 4^ 

Agric 20 

Official 

Markets 



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273 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



W 



innipegr 9o,i53 



Mirror W. 

North-Ender* W. 

Norwood Press W. 

Town Topics W. 

Voice W. 

Canada W. 

Canada Posten W. 

Can. Farmer W. 

Can. Hungarian W. 

Echo Kanadyjskie. ... W. 

Gazeta Polska W. 

Germania W. 

Nordwesten W. 

Heimskring-la W. 

Logberg- W. 

Can. Scotsman .... B.-W. 

Can. Investor S.-M. 

Elmwood Herald.. . . S.-M. 
Northwest Baptist. ..S.-M. 

N.W. Farmer S.-M. 

Silent Echo S.-M. 

Can. Hotels Journal.. M. 
Can. West Mag^azine M. 
Can. Farm Implements M. 
Can. Thresherman and 

F'armer M. 

Commercial Traveller. M. 

Farm Crops M. 

Manitoba Col. Journal M. 

Vox W^esleyana M. 

Wag"horn's Guide .... M. 
West Can. Contractor M. 
West Can. Med. Jrnl.. M. 
West. Can. Mag^azine. M. 
Western Home 

Monthly M. 

West. Municipal News M. 
Western Sportsman . . M. 
Western Watchman. . . M. 

Canadi . M. 

Freyja M. 

Sameining'in . M. 



List 140 P'p'rs 65 

Ind 3 

Ind 

Lit. and Soc. 3)4 

Labor . .3^ 

Swedish, LibI 
Swed., Lib. . 2^ 
Ruth'n, Ind... 2^ 
Hung., Ind.. .3^ 
Polish, Ind....^ 
Polish, Lib...2|^ 
Ger., Con.. .5^ 

fnT } 16'468* 

Iceland. Con. 
Iceland. Lib... 2^ 

Ind 2^ 

Investments. . 

ReWg. '.'.'.'.'.'.'. i^X 
Agric...20,041* 
Deaf Mute... 

Hotels 

Literary 

Trade 2^ 

Ag-ric 

Agric 

College ...... }4 

College 

Travel t}4 

Architect .... 

Medical 

Literary 

Housed.36,454* 

Munic 

Sporting, .3,000 

Broth'd 

Hungarian. . . 
Icelandic .... 
Iceland, Relig. 



Abernethy. 
Alameda . 
Areola . . . . 
Battleford . 
Bladworth 
Borden ... 
Broadview 
Carievale . 
Carlyle. . . 
Carnduff. . 



SASKATCHEWAN. 

Abernethan W. 

Dispatch W. 

Moose Mt. Star W. 



292 
333 
652 
933 

100 Progress W. 

150 Advocate W. 

606 Express W. 

194 

374 
491 



Ind X 

X 

Ind. -Lib 1 



Saskatchewan Herald. W. Con ^ 

Proirress W. Ind ^• 

Ind X 

Ind }4 



News W. Ind, 



Herald , W. 

Gazette W. 



Lib. 
Ind. 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Caron 215 

Craik 229 

Cupar 162 

Davidson 520 

Duck Lake 439 

Earl Grey 92 

Esterhazy 231 

Estevan 877 

Fielding- 200 

Fillmore 156 

Fleming 200 

Forget 200 

Francis 141 

Gainsboro 180 

Grenfell 677 

Halbrite 272 

Hanley 568 

Heward 173 

Humboldt 1279 

Indian Head. . . i>545 

Kinistino 200 

Lang: 108 

Langham 249 

Lashburn 200 

Lemberg 365 

Lloydminster. . . 389 

Lumsden 461 

Macoun 102 

Manor 250 

Maple Creek. . . 687 

Maymont 100 

Melfort 351 

Milestone 244 

Moose Jaw 6,249 

(( 

(( 

Moosomin i»i52 

<< 

Mortlach 127 

Muenster 100 

North Batlleford 824 

Oxbow 527 

Pense 185 

Prince Albert. . . 3,005 

Qu'Appelle 778 

Quill Lake 200 

Radisson 350 

Regina 6,169 



Enterprise W. 

Courier W. 

Sentinel W. 

Herald W. 

Leader W. 

Chronicle W. 

Gazette W. 

Observer W. 

Observer S . -W. 

Mercury W. 

Gazette W. 

Press W. 

Review W. 

Mail W. 

Gazette W. 

Post W. 

Sun W. 

News W. 

Herald W. 

Chronicle W. 

Journal W. 

Prairie Witness S.-W. 

Vidette .- W. 

Echo W. 

Leader W. 

Recorder W. 

Times W. 

Record , . W. 

Leader W. 

Times W. 

News Record W. 

Messenger W. 

Advocate W. 

Ranching News W. 

Star W. 

Moon W. 

Mail W. 

News D. 

'« W. 

Times D. 

S.-W. 

Spectator W. 

World W. 

News W. 

St. Peters Bote W. 

News W. 

Herald W. 

Advance W. 

Advocate S .-W. 

Times W. 

Progress W. 

Quill W. 

News W, 

Leader D. 

" W. 

Standard D. 

S.-W. 



Ind 2 

Lib 

Lib Yz 

Ind 

Ind 050 

Ind 

Iv^A.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Ind 

Ind K 

Ind 

Ind. -Lib Yz 

Ind 

Lib 

Ind Y. 

Ind 

Ind Yi 

Ind 

Lib % 

Uh.W.V.W.. 

Lib I 

Con 1550 

Ind Yz 

ind.... !!!!! 

Ind 

Ind 

Ind Y^ 

Ind % 

Ind 

Ind 520 

Ind.-Con . ... % 

Ind..- Y^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Con I 

Con 1% 

Ind % 

Ind 2,317* 

Ind.-Lib i 

Con I 

Ind 

Relig \Y^ 

Lib Y. 

Ind Y 

Ind 

Lib 1,265 

Con . i^ 

Ind Yi 

Ind 

Ind Y\ 

Lib 

Lib 

Ind 13/ 

Ind 2^ 



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Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Reg-ina 



6, 169 



Rosthern 918 

Rouleau 304 

Saltcoats 265 

Saskatoon 3>oii 

Sedley 200 

Star City 109 

Stoug-hton 242 

Strassburg- 203 

Swift Current. . . 554 

Tisdale 250 

Tyvan 100 

Vonda 174 

Wapella 459 

Warman 1 29 

Weyburn 966 

Whitewood .... 501 

Windthorst 150 

Wolseley 935 

Yellow Grass. . . 344 

Yorkton ^t3^3 



The West W. 

Rundschau W. 

Canadian Chu re h 

Courier S.-M. 

Sask. Gazette. ..... .S.-M. 

Progress M. 

Enterprise W. 

Enterprise W. 

Recorder W. 

Capital D. 

'* W. 

Phoenix D. 

W. 

Tribune W. 

Advertiser W. 

Times W. 

Mountaineer W. 

Sun W. 

Monitor W. 

Sig-nal W. 

Advance W. 

Post W. 

Leader W. 

Herald W. 

Herald W. 

Herald.. W. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Enterprise W. 



Con 2^ 

Ind 2X 

Relig 

Govt 

Colleg-e ^ 

Ind . y2 

Ind }4 

Ind X 

Con 

Con 

Lib ^ 

Lib i^ 

Ind 

Lib 

Ind /z 

Ind K 

Ind J4. 

Ind }4 

Ind 

Ind 

Ind ^ 

Lib 

Ind.-Con ^ 

Ind )i 

Ind Yx 

Ind X 

Ind 1,026 



Banff. 500 

Blairmore 449 

Calg^ary i5»ooo 



Camrose 412 

Cardston i,ooi 

Carstairs 297 

Claresholm 680 

Daysland 288 

Didsbury 477 

Edmonton i5>ooo 



ALBERTA. 

Crag- & Canyon W. 

Times W. 

Albertan D. 

W. 

Herald D. 

«♦ W. 

News D. 

Chinook W. 

Eye Opener W. 

Prairie W. 

Standard W. 

Farm and Ranch M. 

Trade Gazette M. 

Mail W. 

Alberta Star W. 

Journal . W. 

Review W. 

Press W. 

Pioneer W. 

Bulletin D. 

S.-W. 

Journal D. 

" W. 



Ind 

Ind 

Lib 3K 

Lib i}^ 

Ind.-Con 4 

Ind.-Con 4 

Ind iX 

Ind 

Humorous . . . 
Ind I 

Agfric 6^ 

Trade 

Ind 1,500 

Ind 

Ind X 

Ind >2 

Ind 

Ind >^ 

Lib r 

Lib 2^ 

Con 2^ 

Con I 



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CONDENSED LIST— BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Edmonton 15,000 



Fort Saskatchewan 585 

Frank 1,178 

Gleichen 200 

Higfh River 1,018 

Innisfail 643 

Lacombe ijOi5 

Leduc 391 

Lethbridg-e 2,313 

(< 

Macleod i>i44 

Magrrath 884 

Medicine Hat. . . 3,020 

Nanton 382 

Okotoks 508 

Olds 554 

Pincher Creek. . 589 

Ponoka 473 

Raymond 1,568 

Red Deer 1,418 

Stettler 900 

Strathcona 2,921 

Taber 1,500 

Vegreville 344 

Vermilion 623 

Wetaskiwin .... 1 ,652 



Free Press W. 

Saturday News W. 

Wheat Belt Review. . . W. 
Le Courrier de I'Ouest W. 

Alberta Herold W. 

Alberta Gazette S.-M. 

Great West S.-M. 

Alberta Monthly M. 

Reporter W. 

The Frank Paper W. 

Call W. 

Times W. 

Province W. 

Advertiser W. 

Western Globe W. 

Representative W. 

News D. 

W. 

Herald W. 

Advance W. 

Gazette W^. 

Pioneer W. 

News W. 

Times W. 

News W. 

Review W. 

Gaizette W. 

Echo W. 

Herald W. 

Chronicle W. 

Advocate W. 

News W. 

Independent W^. 

Plaindealer S.-W. 

Chronicle W. 

Free Press W. 

Observer W. 

Sig-nal W. 

Post W. 

Times W. 



Ind 1,500 

News and Lit. 

Lib i|< 

Lib 4,509* 

Gov 

Ag-ric 

ind...'.'.'.'.'.'.'. }i 

Lib 

Ind. . 

Ind ^ 

Ind 844* 

Ind.-Con ^ 

Lib X 

ind'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'." 

Ind 

Ind. -Lib... 1,000 

Lib X 

Con iX 

ind. '.'.'.*.'. .1,420 

Con 

Ind.-Lib >^ 

Ind )4 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind >i 

Ind.-Lib }4 

Con X 

Ind I 

Ind.-Lib I 

Con ^ 

Ind )4 

Ind.-Lib X 

Ind X 

Ind I 

Ind I 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Aldermere Bulkley Pioneer W. 

Armstrong 800 Advertiser W. 

Ashcroft 400 Journal W. 

Atlin 5,000 Claim W. 



Camborne. 
Chilliwack. 
Cranbrook 



Cumberland 
Duncan . . . . , 
Enderby . . . 



350 
800 
,700 



1,149 
207 
700 



Miner W. 

Eraser Advance W. 

Herald W. 

Prospector W. 

News W. 

Cowichan Leader .... W. 

Prog^ress W. 



Ind 

Ind }4 

Ind ^ 

Con X 

Ind X 

Lib.-Con X 

Ind I 

Con X 

Ind y2 

Ind X 

Ind }i 



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CONDENSED LIST— BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



277 



Place. 



Pop. 



Name of Pai>er. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Fernie 4,000 

Golden ....,.,.. i ,000 

Grand Forks. . . 2,500 

Greenwood .... 2,500 

Hedley 300 

Kamloops 2,000 

(( 

Kaslo 1,680 

Kelowna 800 

Ladysmith 

Mount Pleasant. 5,000 

Moyie 700 

Nanaimo 6,130 

(( 

(( 

Nelson 6,000 

N» Westminster 7,90b 



North Vancouver 1,500 

Penticton 600 

Phoenix 1,500 

Princeton 600 

Revelstoke .... 3,000 

Rossland 6,000 

Sandon 550 

Trail i»500 

Trout Lake .... 200 

Vancouver 60,000 



Vernon 1,200 

Victoria 25,000 



Free Press 

Ledg-er 

Star 

Gazette 

Boundary Creek Times 

Ledg"e 

Gazette 

Inland Sentinel S. 

Standard 

Wa Wa 

Kootenain 

Courier 

Ledg^er 

Advocate 

Leader 

Free Press 

S. 

Herald...: 

Canadian 

News 



Columbian. 



News 

Express 

Press 

Pioneer 

Similkameen Star 

Mail-Herald .S. 

Miner 

Slocan Mining- Review. 
Trail Creek News.... 
Lardeau Mining Review 
News-Advertiser 

Province 



World 



Mt. Pleasant Advocate . 

Pythian Shield 

Saturday Sunset 

Week 

B.C. Min. Exchange. . 
Lumberman and Con- 
tractor 

Westward Ho 

Okanagon S. 

News 

Colonist 

S. 

Times 

" S. 

B. C. Gazette 

B. C. Pharmac. Record 
Canadian Eagle 



W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

-W. 

w. 

M. 
W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

D. 
-W. 

D. 

D. 

D. 
W. 

D. 
W. 

D. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
-W. 

D. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

D. 
W. 

D. 
W. 

D. 
-W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

M. 

M. 

M. 
-W. 

W. 

D. 
■W. 

D. 
■W. 
W. 

M. 

M. 



Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Con. 

Lib. 

Con. 

Con . 

Lib. 

Con. 

Lit. 

Con. 

Lib. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Con. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Lib. 

Con. 

Lib.. 

Lib. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Lib. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Con. 

Lib. 

Ind 

Lib.. 

Lib. 

Con. 

Ind. 



% 



... % 
... Yt 

I 
... K 

...23X 

... K 

I 

iocs 

... }4 
... X 






Ind 3>^ 

Ind \% 

Ind 11,187* 

Ind i^ 

Lib 7,097* 

Lib 3^ 

(See Mt. Pleasant) 
Brotherhood . 

Lit 

Lit 3000 

Mining 

Trade i^ 

Lit H 

Lib }( 

Con 1 

Con 3^ 

Con i^ 

Lib 4X 

Lib 2% 

Gov't 

Pharmacy. . . }i 
Brotherhood . 



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278 



CONDENSED LIST— NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper. Issue. Classification. Circ. 



Victoria 25,000 Methodist Recorder. . M. Religf 

*' Mining Record M. Mining* i 

«* Western Baptist M. Relig >^ 



YUKON TERRITORY. 



Dawso 


•n City . . . 


5,000 


News 


D. 

W. 


Ind 


-» 


(( 


Ind , 


.....2^ 


<( 






World 


D. 


Lib 




White 


Horse... 


1,000 


Star 


W. 


Lib 


K 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Bay of Islands. . 2,500 Western Star W. 

Bay Roberts . . . 4,056 Outlook W. 

Harbor Grace . . 6,000 Standard W. 

^St. John's 30,000 Herald D. 

*' News D. 

** Telegram D. 

** Free Press W. 

•* Royal Gazette W. 

" Trade Review W. 

** Diocesan Magazine . . M. 

" Fieldian M. 

" Methodist Monthly 

Greeting M. 

" People M. 

^Twillingate 3,600 Sun W. 



Ind }4 

Lib I 

Ind.-Lib ^ 

Ind.-Con 2}4 

Ind 3H 

Ind.-Con. 2,369* 

Gov't 

Com'l .2^ 

Relig i}4 

Educat'l 

Relig i}4 

Ind 3^4 

Ind.-Lib }4 



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LIST OF 



DAILY PAPERS. 



ONTARIO. 



Belleville 10,000 

Berlin 10,446 

Brantford i9> 104 

Brock ville 9,000 

Chatham ... 10,100 

Fort William 12,000 

Gait 10,350 

(( 

Guelph 13*500 

Hamilton 70,000 

<( 

(( 

Ingersoll 5,000 

King-ston 20,000 

Lindsay 7>5oo 

London 45,000 

Niagara Falls .... 9,000 

Ottawa 67,572 

(( 

<< 

<< 

Pciterborough 15,000 

(( 

(< »■ 

Port Arthur 12,000 

< ( 

Port Hope 5,042 

St. Catharines 1 1,780 

<< 

St. Thomas 13*400 

(( 

Sarnia 9* 500 

Stratford 14,500 



Intelligencer E. 

Ontario E. 

News Record E. 

Telegraph E. 

Courier E. 

Expositor E. 

Recorder E. 

Times E. 

News E. 

Planet E. 

Herald M. 

Times Journal E. 

Reformer E. 

Reporter E. 

Herald E. 

Mercury E. 

Herald E. 

Spectator E. 

Times. E. 

Chronicle E. 

British Whig E. 

News E. 

Post; E. 

Advertiser E. 

Free Press M. & E. 

Record E. 

Citizen M. &E. 

Free Press E. 

Journal E. 

Le Temps E. 

Examiner E. 

Review E. 

Times M. 

Evening Chronicle. . . E. 

News E. 

Guide E. 

Standard E. 

Star — Journal E. 

Journal E. 

Times E. 

Observer E. 

Beacon E. 

Herald E. 



Con 1,403 • 

Lib I 

Con.... 2,340* 

Lib ^ 

Con 2^ 

Lib 4,403* 

Lib i^ 

Con i^ 

Lib \\ 

Con \% 

Lib 

Ind 1697* 

Lib 

Con 1,736 * 

Con \y^ 

Lib 2,166 • 

Ind 9)^ 

Con... 11,763* 
Lib 6 

Lib % 

Lib 4,106 * 

Con 2 

Lib 1220 • 

Lib. ...11,404* 
Con. .16,924* 

Con I ^ 

Con... 12,667* 

Lib 6,436 * 

Ind 9,344* 

Lib 3,200 

Lib 2,263* 

Con \)l 

Ind 

Lib 1,680* 

Ind I 

Lib % 

Con .... 3,639 * 

Lib \%, 

Lib 3,012 • 

Con 3,892* 

Lib I 

Lib \% 

Con ...2,006* 



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28o 



LIST OF DAILY PAPERS. 



Toronto 



Waterloo . . 
Windsor. .., 
Woodstock. 

Levis 

Montreal . . 



Quebec. . . . 
(< 

(( 

(( 

Sherbrooke 

Fredericton 
(( 

Moncton . . . 
<( 

St. John 



Amherst . . 
<( 

Glace Bay. 
Halifax. . . 

(( 
It 
(< 

Sydney . . 

(( 

Truro .... 
Yarmouth . 



Charlottetown . 



300,000 Globe M.&E. Lib.. . .50,603 * 

Mail & Empire M. Con. . .39,138 ^ 

News E. Ind. ...37,794 * 

Star E. I.-L.... 43,680 * 

Telegram E. Ind .. .38,123 • 

World M. Ind . . . 27,962 • 

4,209 Citizen E. Ind 684 

14,509 Record E. Ind.-Lib.2,800 

10,500 Express E. Con i ^ 

Sentinel Review E. Lib 4190 * 

QUEBEC. 

9,000 Le Quotidien E. Ind 4^ 

365,000 Gazette M. Con .. .11,236 * 

Herald E. Lib 21 

Star E. Ind.... 61,176 * 

Witness E. Ind 13^4' 

Le Canada M. Lib 

La Patn'e E. Ind. . ..38,704 • 

La Presse E. Ind. .100,934 * 

78,000 Chronicle M. Con 7^ 

Teleg^raph E. Ind . . . 10,404 * 

L'Evenement. . '. E. Con 7 

Le Soleil E. Lib. . ..16,320 * 

14,000 Record E. Ind 7,326 * 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

7, 200 Gleaner E. Ind 2 

Herald E. Lib ^ 

1 1 ,000 Times M. Con i ^ 

Transcript E. Lib 2^ 

50,000 Globe E. Lib 4 

Star (Eve. Sun) E. Ind.-Lib.6,388^ 

Sun M. Ind.-Lib. 4,816 • 

Telegraph M. Ind 7X 

Times E. Ind 7,436* 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

7,000 News E. Lib i 

Telegram E. Con i 

1 2,000 Gazette E. Ind i ^ 

50,000 Acadian Recorder. . E. Lib 2^ 

Chronicle.. M. Lib 7^ 

Echo (Eve. Chronicle).. E. Lib 3^ 

Herald M. Ind.Con.7,866* 

Mail (Eve. Herald) ... E. Ind.Con.8,039 * 

15,000 Post M.&E. Con 4,176* 

Record E. Lib. ... 3,677 * 

6,000 News E. Ind ^ 

7,000 Globe M. Ind 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

13,000 Examiner E. Lib. -Con 3 

Guardian . . (Morning) M. Ind 3,144 * 

(Rural) M. Ind. .;. .3,180 * 

Patriot E. Lib 2 



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LIST OF DAILY PAPERS. 



281 



10,408 
5,106 



MANITOBA. 

Sun E. 

Times M. 

Graphic E. 

Review E. 

90, 153 Free Press M. 

" " News Bulletin E. 

Teleg-ram M. & E. 

Tribune E. 

SASKATCHEWAN. 



2 



Lib.. . 
Con. . . 
Lib..., 

Con Yz 

Lib:} 36,016* 
Con... 21,683* 
Ind 15 



6,249 News M. Con i 

Times E. Ind ^ 

6,169 Leader M. Lib 

Standard E. Ind i^ 

3,011 Capital E. Con 

Phoenix E. Lib ^ 

ALBERTA. 

15,000 Albertan M. Lib 3^^ 

Herald E. , Ind. -Con. . . 4 

15,000 Bulletin E. Lib 2 

Journal M. & E. Con 2% 

2,313 News Ind '. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



6,130 
6,000 



7,900 

6,000 
60,000 



25,000 



Free Press E. 

Herald M. 

Canadian E. 

News M. 

Columbian E. 

News : . . . . M . 

Miner M. 

News- Advertiser ...... M. 

Province E. 

World E. 

Colonist M. 

Times E. 



I 

2^ 



Ind... 
Lib... 
Con.. . 
Lib.. . 

Ind I 

Lib 1,006 

Lib xYt 

Ind zYt. 

Ind 11,187* 

Lib 7,097* 

Con 3^ 

Lib 4X 



YUKON TERRITORY. 



5,000 News E. Ind , 

World M. Lib. 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 

30,000 Herald E 

News M. Ind.-Con ... 2^ 

Telegram E. Ind 3^ 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



BILI. POSTING. 

A one -sheet poster is 28 inches deep by 42 inches wide, and can only be 
posted in that position. The standard heig-ht of posters from 8-sheet size 
up is 9^ feet. The width of an 8-sheet poster is 7 feet. Add ^}4 feet to 
the width for every 4 sheets added to the poster. 



aiFt. 



, T^rr 


St 20 


St 24 


1— 104 Ft. 


St 16 


'. '-^ 8. 


S't 12 1 














2 St 












IS inchcj 














1 

SHEET 


« 


u 

C 













S't 



Diag^ram showing- dimensions of posters. 

BILL POSTING PLANTS. 

All the plants below with the exception of those marked*, are operated under 
franchises from the Canadian Bill Posters and Distributors Association. Rates 
g-iven are those in force January ist, 1907, for listed and protected service per 
sheet for 4 weeks showing, and are subject to change. 



Place 



Pop. 



Rate per sheet for 
4 weeks showing. 



ONTARIO. ^ 

Almonte 3>3oo ,05 

^ Amherstburg 2, 279 . 07 

Arnprior 4> 1 52 .05 

Barrie 7,000 . 10 

Belleville 10,000 .05 

Berlin and Waterloo Ht^SS 05 

^Brampton 2,917 .04 

Brantford 19? 104 .07 

*Brockville 9,000 .07 

*Campbellford 2,424 .05 

Carleton Place 4>325 -05 

Chatham 10,100 .06 

Clinton 2,800 .04 

*Cobourg 5> 1 49 -06 

CoUingwood , 7»5oo -07 

*Corn wall 8,000 . 04 

Deseronto 3,338 .05 

Dundas 4,000 .05 



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BILL POSTING. 283 



D, „ Rate per sheet for 

Place Pop. V u 

' 4 weeks showing. 



*Dunnville 2,500 .06 

Elora V • • • • 1,400 .04 

Fergus i ,800 .04 

Fort William 1 2,000 . 10 

Gait ' 0^350 .05 

Goderich 4.500 .05 

*Gravenhurst 2,500 . 05 

Guelph ' 3*500 .05 

Hamilton 70,000 .09 

*Harriston 1,860 03^ 

*Hespeler 2,521 .05 

Ingersoll 5,000 . 05 

Kenora 6,000 .07 

Kingston 20,000 .07 

Lindsay 7i5oo .07 

London 45,000 .09 

Lucknow 1 ,700 .04 

Merriton i»5oo .05 

*Mt. Forest 2,500 .03 

*Napanee ,.. 3,537 .04 

*Newmarket 3,500 .04 

Niagara Falls ^ 

Niagara Falls South.. . . |- 10,000 .07 

Chippewa & Standford . . j 

*North Bay 5»ooo .04 

*Orangeville 2,000 .04 

Orillia 5,379 .07 

*Oshawa 6,000 . 05 

Ottawa 67,572 . 10 

Owen Sound 10,765 ,07 

Paris 3,400 .05 

Pembroke 5,800 . 05 

* Perth 4,000 .04 

Peterboro t 5,000 .07 

Picton 4,000 . 04 

Port Arthur , . 1 2,000 . 10 

Port Dalhousie 1,200 .05 

Port Hope 5,042 . 04 

*Preston 3,020 .04 

*Ridgetown 2,500 . 05 

St. Catharines 11,780 .07 

St. Thomas 13,400 .05 

Sarnia 9»500 .07 

Sault Ste. Marie 8,500 .07 

*Seaforth 3,ooo . 05 

*Simcoe 3,ooo . 05 

*Smith's Falls 5>5oo 06 

*Stratford I4»500 .05 

*Strathroy 3.200 .03 

Sturgeon Falls 2,800 .04 

Thorold 2,500 .05 

Toronto 300,000 . 1 2 

Toronto Junction 10,000 .12 

*Trenton 4,217 .05 

Tweed 1,500 .04 

Waterloo, see Berlin 

*Whitby 2,500 .05 



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284 



TJIE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY 



Place 



Pop 



Rate per sheet for 
4 weeks showing-. 



Windsor . . . 
* Wingham . . 
Woodstock 



4.509 


.07 


2,500 


.04 


0,500 


.07 



QUEBEC. 



.07 
,07 
, 10 



Farnham 3) 200 

Granby 5>ooo 

Hull 14,000 

Levis, see Quebec 

Montreal 365,000 . 12 

Quebec and Levis 87,000 .09 

St. Johns 6,300 .05 

^Sherbrooke 14,000 . 05 

Three Rivers 12,730 .07 

Valleyfield 10,500 .07 

Waterloo i ,797 . 07 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Chatham . . . 
Fredericton . 

Moncton 

* Newcastle . . 

St. John 

St. Stephen 
Sussex 



5,000 


•07 


7,200 


.09 


11,000 


.09 


3.500 




50,000 


.09 


2,840 


.07 


2,200 


.07 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



* Amherst 

^Annapolis 

^Antig^onish . , , 
*Bridg^e water . . 
*D\ghy ........ 

Halifax 

^Liverpool .... 

* Lunenburg-. . . . 
*New Glasgow, 
*Parrsboro . . . . 

*Pictou 

^Shelburne . . . . 

Springfhill 

*Stellarton 

Sydney 

Truro 

*Yarmouth 



7,000 


07 


1,019 




2,000 




3.937 




1,150 




50,000 


09 


1.937 




5,000 




5.500 


05 


2,700 




4.500 




1,500 




6,000 


05 


2,410 




15,000 


07 


6,000 


05 


7,000 





Charlottetown 
Summerside . . 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



13,000 
3,100 



■07 
■ 05 



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Place 



BILL POSTING. 



aSS 



p Rate per sheet for 

"" 4 weeks showing. 



MANITOBA. 

Brandon 1 0,408 

Portage la Prairie 5> 106 

Winnipeg" 90> '53 

Elmwood "l 

Norwood h Suburbs of Winnipeg'. 

St Boniface.. j 



.07 
.06 
. 12 
. 12 
. 12 
. 12 



SASKATCHEWAN. 

Indian Head i>545 

Moose Jaw 6, 249 

Moosomin i > 1 52 

Regina 6, 169 

Saskatoon 3,0 11 

ALBERTA. 

Calgary 1 5,000 

Didsbury 477 

Edmonton and Strathcona ' 7>92 1 

High River 1,018 

Innisfail 643 

Lethbridge 2,313 

^MacLeod i, 144 

Okotoks 508 

Olds 554 

Red Deer 1,418 

Strathcona. See Edmonton 



,07 
,07 

•05 

,07 

,09 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Cranbrook 1.700 .06 

Fernie 4,000 . 05 

Nanaimo 6,130 .07 

Nelson 6,000 . 07 

New Westminster 7>9oo .07 

Revelstoke 3>ooo .07 

Rossland and Trail 7>5oo .06 

Vancouver 60,000 . 12 

Victoria 25,000 . 07 



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CLASSIFIED LIST 



-OF- 



Canadian Newspapers 



INCLUDING COUNTY LISTS 



ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED FOR READY REFERENCE 



LIST OF CANADIAN 

NEWSPAPERS BY COUNTIES, 



ONTARIO. 



ADDINGTON.-(SeeI,ennox). 


OtUwa 


Danebrog 


W. 


1% 










** 


Dipper 


w. 


8000 


ALGOMA a»istrict). 






" 


Dominion Pres- 








Pop. 20,400. 






>. 


byterian 
Free Press 


w. 

D. 


643^» 


Bruce Mines 


Spectator 


W. 


H 


•• 


Journal 


D. 


9344* 


Gore Bay 


Conservator 


W. 


775 


•< 


S 


.-w. 


8360* 


" 


Manitoulin G'de W. 


6.^ 


" 


I,e Temps 


D. 


3200 


" 


Manitoulin R'f ' 


rW. 


•' 


Military Gazette 




I^ittle Current 


Manitoulin Ex- 








S 


.-M. 






positor 


W. 


5^ 


•• 


Naturali«?t 


M. 




Massey 


N. Shore News 


W. 


j^ 


'* 


Real Estate 






Richards I^anding St. Joe Herald 


W, 


}i 




Chronicle 


M. 




*Sault Ste Marie 


Express 


W. 




•' 


United Canada 


W. 




" 


Star 


W 


22B2* 


" 


University Re- 






Thessalon 


Advocate 

BRANT. 

POP. 40,352. 


W. 


I 




view 

DUFFERIN 

Pop. 17,000. 


M. 


% 


*Brantford 


Can. Bee Journal M. 
Courier D . 


M 


(Returned with Simcoe. 


) 




" 


" 


W. 


1% 


Grand Valley 


Star and VidetteW. 


1104* 


** 


Expositor 


D. 


4403* 


*Orangeville 


Banner 


W. 


2039* 


'• 


" 


W. 


1482* 


'' 


Post 


w. 


1450 


Paris 


Review 


W. 


I 


«' 


Sun 


w. 


2 




Star-Transcript 


W. 


I 


Shelburne 


Economist 


w 


I 


St. George 


Sentinel 

BRUCE. 

Pop. 64,604. 


W. 


■ 




Free Press 

DUNDA8. 

Pop. 20,131. 


w. 


1398* 


Chesley 


Asso.Presbyt'n 


M. 


Va, 


Chesterville 


Record 


w. 


1 




Enterprise 


W. 




Iroquois 


S.I^awr'ceNewsW. 


I 


Hepworth 


Journal 


W. 


i| 


Morrisburg 


Herald 


w. 


^ 


Kincardine 


Reporter 


W. 


i5< 




l,eader 


w. 


^ 




Review 


W. 


1% 

I 


So. Mountain 


Herald 


w. 


K 


I,ucknow 


Sentinel ^ 


w. 


Winchester 


Press 


w. 


940 


Mild may 
Paisley 


Gazette 
Advocate 


w. 
w. 


.§ 




DURHAM. 






Port Elgin 


Times 


w. 












Ripley 


Express 


w. 


H 




Pop. 36,428. 






Southampton 


Beacon 


w. 


K 


Bowmanville 


Can. Statesmen 


w. 


2ji 


Tara 


l,eader 


w. 


1329'' 




News 


w. 


% 


Teeswater 


News 


w. 


% 


Millbrook 


Mirror 


w. 


Tiverton 


Watchman 


w. 


M 




Reporter 
Independent 


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Pop. 26,995. 






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Pop. 14,724. 






Pop. 14,711. 
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Pop. 21,851. 






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CARL ETON. 




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Bookseller & Stationer M. 

Bulletin Mensuel M. 
Can. Cigar & Tobacco JournalJM. 

Can. Engineer M. 

Can. Grocer W. 

Can. Journal of Fabrics M. 

Can. Mach. & M'f'g News M. 

Chronicle (Ins. & Fin.) M. 

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Commercial Gazette M. 

Dry Goods Record M. 

Dry Goods Review M. 

Hardware & Metal W. 

Journal of Commerce W. 

Journal Can. Bankers' Asso. Q. 

lyC Moniteur du Commerce W. 

I^e Prix Courant W. 

I/iqueurs et Tabacs M. 

Printer & Publisher M. 
Pulp & Paper Magazine of 

Canada M. 

Real Estate Record M. 

Retail Merchants' Journal M. 

Shareholder W. 

Tissus et Nouveaut^s M. 

Trade Bulletin W. 

Trade Review W. 

Wine & Spirit Journal M. 

I^e Semaine Coramerciale W. 



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Maritime Merchant 
Industrial Advocate 

MANITOBA. 

Canada Hotels Journal 
Can. Farm Implements 
Commercial 
Commercial Traveller 
Market Record 
Western Can. Contractor 

AI^BERTA. 
Trade Gazette 

BRITISH COI.UMBIA. 
B. C. Mining Exchange 



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M. 



M. 



M. 



lyumberraan & Contractor M. 
Mining Record M. 



NEWFOUNDIvAND. 
Trade Review 



W. 



TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION. 



Toronto 

Montreal 

Winnipeg 



ONTARIO. 
Railway & Marine World 



M. 



QUEBEC. 
Internat. Ry. & Nav. Guide M. 

MANITOBA.. 
Can. Hotels Journal M. 

Waghorn's Guide M. 



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Chatham 
Ottawa 

Toronto 
Windsor 


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I,e Canadit-n 

Canada Gazette (Fr. & Eng. 
lye Temps 
I.e Rayon de Soleil 
I,e ProgrSs 


W. 
W. 
D. 
W. 
W. 


Ottawa 


ONTARIO. 
Danebrog 

GALICIAN. 


W. 


QURBEC. 
See condensed list for full particulars of French 
papers published in the Province of Quebec. 


Winnipeg 


Can. Farmer 


W. 




NEW BRUNSWICK. 






HUNGARIAN. 




Moncton 

Newcastle 

Shediac 


ly'Evangeline 

I^a Justice 

I^e Moniteur Acadien 


W. 
W. 
W. 


Winnipeg 


Can. Hungarian 
Canadi 


W. 
M. 


PRINCE EDWARD ISI^AND. 
Tignish 1,'Impartial 


W. 




ICELANDIC. 






MANITOBA. 






MANITOBA. 




St. Boniface 


I,e Manitoba 
AI.BERTA. 


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Winnipeg 


Heimskringla 
Ivogberg 


W 
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Edmonton 


I^e Courrier de ly'Ouest 
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ONTARIO. 


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ITALIAN. 


M 
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N. Hamburg 
Pembroke 

Stratford 

Walkerton 

Waterloo 


Berliner Journal 
Evangeliums Bote 
Canadisches Volksblatt 
Deutsche Post 
Kircheublatt 
Canadij-cher Koloni.st 
Ontario Glocke 
Canadischer Bauernfreund 
Deutsche Zeitung 

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w. 
w. 
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Montreal 


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ly'Indipendente 

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Jewish Star 

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Gazeta Polska 


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Regina 


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W. 


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M. 


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St. John's 


Meth. Monthly Greeting 


M. 


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St. John 


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Maritime Baptist 


S.-M. 
W. 




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Woodstock 


King's Highway 


S.-M. 




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Chesley 


Asso. Pres. Mag. 


M. 


Winnipeg 


North West Baptist 


S.-M. 


Ottawa 
Toronto 


Dominion Presbyterian 
East and West. 


W. 

W. 




BRITISH COI^UMBIA. 




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Home Study I^eaflet 


M. 


Victoria 


Western Baptist 


M. 




Home Study Quarterly 
Intermediate lyCafiet 


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Ontario Churchman 
Algoma Miss. News 
Can. Churchman 
Can. Church Juvenile 
Inst. I^eaflet Quarterly 
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New Era 


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M. 

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Primary I^eaflet 

Quarterly 
Teacher's Monthly 
Westminster 

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M. 




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St. lyUke's Parish Mag. 


M. 


Montreal 


Presbyterian Record 


M. 




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S.S. lyesson Helps 


M. 








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Teachers' Assistant 


M. 




NOVA SCOTIA. 










Sydney 


Blue Banner 


M. 




QUEBEC. 










Quebec 


Diocesan Gazette 
NOVA SCOTIA. 


M. 




ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

ONTARIO. 




Halifax 


Church Work. 


S.-M. 


Kingston 


Canadian Freeman 


W. 








I^ondon 


Catholic Record 


W. 




SASKATCHEWAN. 




Toronto 


Catholic Register 


w. 


Regina 


Can. Church Courier 


S.-M. 










NEWFOUNDI^AND. 




Chicoutimi 


QUEBEC. 
I,e Messager de St. Antoine 


M. 


St. John's 


Diocesan Magazine 


M. 


Montreal 


Can. Messenger of the Sacred 










Heart 


M. 




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Can. Epworth Era 


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True Witness 


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Mi.ssionary Outlook 
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Playmate 
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Wesleyan 


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New Freeman 


W. 


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Monitor 


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Antigonish Casket 

Halifax Cross 

PRINCE EDWARD ISIyAND. 
Charlottetowii Herald 



Winnipeg 



Muenster 



MANITOBA. 
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St. Peter's Bote 



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Newmarket 


Evangeliums Bote 
Gospel Banner 
Missionary 
Youth's Banner 
Christian Vanguard 


M. 

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W. 

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S.-M. 



Orillia 


Gospel Herald 


M 


Owen vSound 


Christian Messenger 


S.-M 


Pembroke 


Kirchenblatt 


W 


Toronto 


Can. Congregationalist 
China's Millions 


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Christian Worker 


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Ideal Men 


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Notes for Bible Study 


M 


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Secular Thought 


W 


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War Cry 


W 


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Young Soldier 


W 




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Montreal 


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Northern Messenger 


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Canada's Greatest 
= Newspapers = 




rirO say that a given publication s 
^^ the "greatest" of any country is 
often to make a statement more 
or less open to dispute. One paper may 
hare the largest circulation, while an- 
other has a better class of readers; one 
may be the largest paper and yet be 
wanting in real news instinct, or lack 
in editorial or business organization; 
one may have good news and editorial 
service and yet seem not to have the 
confidence of the advertising public. 
The Montreal Star is known every- 
where^ as "Canada's Greatest News- 
paper," and the title is undisputed in 



the newspaper profession, or 
among the advertising public. 
By all the standards men- 
, tioned, the Star easily leads 
all competitors. The circu- 
lation of the Daily Star ex- 
ceeds that of any other English 
paper in Canada, and has a 
larger number of readers than 
all the other English daily 
papers in the whole Province of 
Quebec put together. Its 
weekly, known as "The Family 
Herald and Weekly Star, " goes 
to every post office in Canada 
from which papers are circulat- 
ed. It has more paid subscrib- 
ers in Ontario alone than any 
Ontario paper has in all Canada; 
more in Manitoba and the Great 
West than any western paper 
has in the whole Dominion ; 
more in the Maritime Provinces 
than any local or other paper 
has in all Canada ; and more in 
the French-speaking Province 
of Quebec than all the other English 
Weeklies of Canada put together. 

The Montreal Star was established 
in 1869. The Canadian Confedera- 
tion was then only two years old and 
embraced but Ontario, Quebec, New 
Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Prince 
Edward Island was not yet in the 
Dominion. 

The Star then was a four-paged paper, 
printed on a single cylinder press. It 
was, however, one of the forces which 
was to develop Canada, and the paper 
grew with the country's growth. It 
inculcated a spirit of faith in the great- 



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ness of the Dominion, the vastness of 
its possibilities, and the certainty of its 
future. Canada had its time of dis- 
couragement, its period even of distress, 
and the press had its struggles in those 
early days, too ; but the Star was ever 
among the factors for national progress, 
fighting against every discouragement 
and putting strength and hope into 
others. o 

From the beginning it was a one cent 
paper, adhering to this in face of the 
advice of all its comrades. To-day it 
has a circulation of more than 61,000 
daily, and over 129,000 weekly. It has 
kept fully abreast of the times in equip- 
ment, using the various type-bar casting 
machines among the first of the Cana- 
dian papers, the present plant was that 
decided upon as necessary to get up the 
large amount of reading and advertis- 
ing matter ^parried. The press room 
originally was eqiiipped with one cylin- 
der press, to-day the capacity of several 
big Goss and Hoe webb presses is taxed 
to get out their many editions. 

As to the advertising value of the 
Star, "Printer's Ink, the leading adver- 
tising paper in America, says: "In the 
Montreal retail field the Star carries as 
much advertising, proportionate to its 
number of pages, as any New York 
daily, though Montreal has rather a 
slender department store patronage. 
The Weekly carries a large proportion of 
general and mail order advertising, and 
for both the Daily and Weekly, suprem- 
acy in classified advertising is claimed." 

In securing its great mail circulation, 
the Star does not employ a single can- 
vasser, but relies on the attractiveness 
of the paper, with its low price, to get 
subscribers. The Family Herald and 
Weekly Star is a paper of twenty-four 
to thirty-two pages, weekly, at one 
dollar a year. Competitors sell a week- 
ly about the same size for one half the 
price with premiums. Yet the Star 
gives no premiums other than a picture 
on renewal, and more than holds its 
own. Part of its attraction lies in its 
complete departments devoted to farm 
matters, children, general reading, 
news and magazine features, while the 
rest of its success seems to be found in 



the number of postmasters and school 
teachers throughout Canada who act as 
its subscription agents. 

It forms Ihe only literature outside 
of the bible in thousands of homes in 
the remotest parts of the country as 
well as in the big centres. In hundreds 
of schools the teachers read from a 
special department in the paper every 
Friday afternoon— a department made 
up of problems and puzzles. 

The Daily Star is sold to newsboys 
and dealers on a strictly non-returnable 
basis, so that its circulation is essen- 
tially net. 

Canada offers to manufacturers a 
good market for their products and one 
capable of great expansion. The total 
trade of Canada has grown from 
$231,000,000 in 1896 to $547,000,000 in 
1906. Her trade ten years ago with the 
United States was $103,000,000. Last 
year her trade had increased to 
$273,000,000. Canada purchases more 
from the United States than from any 
other country as its merchants and 
manufacturers more fully realize the 
value of the market in bringing their 
products before the eye of the Canadian 
buyer. The American manu- 
facturers are recognizing in Canada a 
market of more value to them than that 
of any other country in the world; and 
by advertising largely, sending commer- 
cial travellers and establishing branch 
houses, they are strenuously trying to 
hold and enlarge the market. 

The Star has offices in London, New 
York, Chicago, Toronto and Winnipeg, 
and is to Canada what the London 
Times is to the British Isles, the fear- 
less friend of the oppressed ; a paper 
which is part of the country and has 
accomplished results of which any 
paper in the world might well be proud. 

It is because the paper is constantly 
using its vast organization to bring 
about results for the betterment of the 
people that it has so completely won the 
confidence of all Canadians, and uses 
its influence for true reform, as well as 
in consequence of its unexcelled circu- 
lation and large and representative 
volume of advertising that the Star is 
pronounced "Canada's Greatest News- 
paper. " 



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OFFICIAL FIGURES 

FOUR LEADING PAPERS 
OF CANADA 

ONE MONTREAL PAPER EQUALS ALL THE 
OTHERS COMBINED 



Montreal Daily Star - - - 61,175 j 
Montreal Weekly Star- - - 129,194) 

(" The Family Herald and Weekly Star") 



190,369 



Toronto Daily Globe - - - 50,503] 69 597 
Toronto Weekly Globe - - 19,094 ) ' 



Toronto Daily Mall - - - 39,138 1 

Toronto Weekly Mail - - - 14,444 3 

Montreal Daily Witness - - 14,000 

Montreal Weekly Witness - 23,000 



53,582 
37,000 



In singling out the Star as the leading representative paper 6f Canada, it is no 
disparagement of great papers like the Toronto Globe and Mail, both of which readily 
concede the Star's superlative position. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THE 

CANADA'S INATI 



T E S T I M 



Mr. Andrew Carnegie has said :— " • The Globe * is a great paper. 



Mr. (now Judge) Riddei^Tv, K.C, in an address to a jury, said of ' The Globe ' : 
" It has an enormous circulation throughout the length and breadth of the civilized 
world. It has an enormous influence ; upon it a very large proportion pin their faith." 

"That Great Newspaper" — Addressing a public gathering upon a recent 
occasion, Sir Wm. R. Meredith, Chancellor of the University of Toronto, referred to 
'The Globe ' in the following words : "I desire to thank that journal especially for 
the excellent stand that that great newspaper has taken upon all questions connected 
with higher education and The University of Toronto. ' ' 



FroiTl a Political Opponent — 'The Halifax Herald,' for over half-a-century 
the leading conservative paper of the Maritime Provinces, says of ' The Globe ' : — 
" A great and worthy newspaper, which is a credit to the Dominion." 

' The G1.0BB, ' Toronto : 

" We are pleased to say that we got satisfactory results frbm our advertisements." 
[Signed] The Deseronto Furniture Co., Limited, 

Deseronto, Ont. 

Advertisements referred to sold many thousands of dollars' worth of Preferred Stock at 
a cost of considerably less than one per cent. 



' ' Twenty-four applications received from three insertions of ' Teachers Wanted ' 
ad." [Signed] SeCy Pubi^ic Schooi,, Bonfield. 



" Please take my ad. out of the paper, as I sold my machine last week. Gould 
have sold several more." [Signed] O. M. Boone, 

Engineer and Electrician, Blind River. 



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HEAD OFFICE 

Branc JDffi 

MONTREAL— J. C. Ross, Board of Trade Building. 

WESTERN CANADA BRANCH— 4 Edward Block, 325;^ Portage Avenue, 
Winnipeg ; A. E. B0YI.E, Western Editorial Representative ; Arthur 
Keyfitz, Western Business Representative. 

HAMILTON— J. P. McBride, Canada Life Building, First Floor. 



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"MOST SATISFACTORY OF ANY." 

DEAR Sirs,— Saskatoon, Sask., Sept. 25, 1906. 

" We take much pleasure in advising you that our advertisement in your paper has 
put us in touch with a great many eastern parties, whom we feel we could not have 
reached by any other medium. We consider your paper, from the advertising point 
of view, the most satisfactory of any with which we have placed advertisements, and 
trust that we may receive as satisfactory results therefrom in the future as we have in 
the past." We remain, Yours truly, 

The Saskatoon Loan & Reai^ty Co. 



" For goodness sake shut off sending me any more applications. Your paper is 
certainly a wonder." [Signed] John P. Waters, Ridgetown. 



A W^EiviyAND Machinery Firm says : 

" Our small ad. in ' The Globe' for Mechanics brought us 60 replies, from which 
we have been able to choose the number of good men we needed." 

What Mr. G. M. EVEREST, of Arkona, styles "quick results" : 

" An ad. mailed at Arkona on Monday at 11 a.m., appeared in 'The Globe' on 
Tuesday, and by 5 p.m. of same day had all my fi^oods sold." 

" Cut out our ad. about Livery for sale. The first insertion brought us a buyer 
and the deal has been closed for a week, but we continue to get enquiries by 
every mail." [Signed] . Wei^i^and Reai^ty Co., Welland. 



"*The Globe,' Toronto, Ont. 

Dear Sir, — "We are writing Lord & Thomas, of Chicago, to send you for the 
Saturday edition of December ist another advertisement for the kitchen cabinet. 

We might say that we got the best results from ' The Globe ' of any papers that 
the advertisement appeared in. The fact of the matter is, we got almost as many 
inquiries from ' The Globe' as we did from all the other papers put tofi^ether. 
Yours truly, The Manson Campbei.Iv Co., Ltd., Chatham, Ont. 



pronto, Canada 

offices 



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LONDON, Ont.— John Mii,ls, 398 Richmond Street. 

NEW YORK— Bright & VerrEE, United States Representatives, Brunswick 

Building, Madison Square, 
CHICAGO— Bright & VerrEE, Boyce Building; 
LONDON, Kng.— Thos. R. Ci^ougher, Outer Temple, 222-225 Strand, W.C. 

Cable Address: " Toronglo, London." 



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Established 1872 TORONTO, Canada 

The Great Conservative Daily 

Has the Largest MORNING Circulation in Canada 

Morning Paper readers are always well-to-do people 



Have you Analyzed 

the character of the circulation 
of the various advertising med- 
iums offered you ? It's worth 
your while to do so. If you 
were mailing invitations you 
would select the names to be 
addressed. In your advertising 
invite those whose trade is worth 
having. Ask those you most 
want. 




Wouldn't You 

rather reach i,ooo homes with 
average annual incomes of |3,ooo 
to |5,ooo than i,ooo whose in- 
comes average $500 to |8oo ? 

Quality of circulation counts — 
There is a difference. The Mail 
and Empire reaches the best 
Homes in Toronto and Ontario 
every morning. Homes of pros- 
perous, well-to-do people. 







Mail and Empire Circulation is worth 

more per thousand than that of any 

other Medium in Canada 

The Mail and Empire is the only paper in Canada having its 
own leased wire to New York City, reproducing fully and 
simultaneously the entire Financial Service of the New York 
Sun. The Mail and Empire is the acknowleged financial 
authority of Canada. 

The Sworn statement of circulation furnished for this directory 
is for 12 months to April 30th, 1907. 

The sworn statement for May and June shows : 

Total number of copies 2,144,252. Days of issue 52 

DAILY AVERAGE 

Sworn detailed circulation statements published monthly and furnished on application 

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E.t.bii.hed 1872 TORONTO, Canada 

DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES (Agate Measure, 14 lines to an inch) 





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For alongside reading matter add 10 p.c. ; for top 15 p.c. ; full position 20 p.c. 

Financial, Local, or other specified page 15 p.c. 

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"CLASSIFIED" OR *'WANT" ADVERTISEMENTS 

2 cents a word each time Contract prices, per word : — 

8 cents a word for 6 consecutive j.;„^ <j^y J^-g- | »- |j"=^ 

"^^^ . Every second day . 0.45 0.80 1.50 

15 cents a word for 13 consecutive Twice a week 0.30 0.55 i.io 

times Once a week 0.15 0.30 9.55 

5,000 word contracts, to be used within 12 months, are sold for $50, 
which is equal to one cent a word. 



(WEEK LY) 

Display (run of paper) per agate line, per insertion 4c. 
Reading Matter " " " " " '' 8c. 
Classified (Want) per word ic. 

Four consecutive times 3c. per word, six. consecutive times 4c. per word. 



Address all communications, and make 
money orders, cheques, &c., payable to : — 

THE MAIL PRINTING COMPANY 
TORONTO CANADA 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THE 



HERALD 



What Hamilton's 
Chief Magistrate 
Says. 



THE HERALD IN THE 
HOMES 



THE HERALD 

is the Pioneer One Cent Newspaper 
of Hamilton and is read in Thou- 
sands of Ex- 
clusive Homes 
besides reach- 
ing nearly all 
the readers of 
the Political 
Organs. 

All The News 
All The Time 

FOR 

All The People 

makes the 
Herald 
the 



The Spectator on Saturday 
admitted thatthe Herald had 
a larger street sale than the 
Spectator, but tried to create 
the impression that the Spec- 
tator was to be found in more 
homes than the Herald. Dis- 
cussing the matter to-day, 
Mayor Stewart, who had 
peculiar facflitles last Janu- 
ary for visiting the homes in 
this ci y during the municipal 
elections, said : " My can- 
vassers and myself found the 
Herald in almost every home 
In the city during our rounds. 
I must confess I was aston- 
ished to find that the Herald 
had such a lead on the old 
pnpers. I am satisfied that 
the Herald has several thou- 
sand more circulaMon in the 
homes of Hamilton than the 
Spectator. Of that there 
cannot be the slightest 
doubt." 



PEOPLES' 
POPULAR 
PAPER 



Hamilton has a population of 70,000, and is going 
to have 100,000 in four years. The Herald's Cir- 
culation is growing abreast of the times. 



THE BIRMING 



HAMIL 



INDEPENDENT 



LEAE 



PROGRESSIVE 



NEWS( 



THE HERALD PRINTING CO. LIMITED, 

AQ. 



HA.MII.TO 
CANADA. 



OTVIOKOi 

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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



M OF CANADA 



froN's 



ORIGINAL 



JING ^ 



IE 



PROFITABLE 



APER 



THE 



HERALD 



BOOKS OPEN 

The Herald has the Largest Honest 
Paid City Circulation having fully 2,000 

more than its 

nearest contem- 
porary. 

The Herald is the 

Recognized 
Want Medium 

and carries more 
condensed liners 
than all other 
city papers 
combined. 



RESULTS 

prove the Herald 
the most profit- 
able medium to 
reach the people 
of Hamilton and 
su rrounding 
country. 



A Good Word 
From New York 

J. G.Ham, New York City.the 
the general manager of the 
wealthy millionaire company 
that manufacture that popu- 
lar family medicine Castoria. 
while discussing advertising 
matters in his office, 77 
Murray Street, New York, 
last week with S. C. Berger, 
Philadelphia, manager 
advertising department 
Public Ledger, and Herald 
representative, said : "I con- 
sider the Hamilton Herald 
the best evening newspaper 
published in the Dominion of 
Canada, and another thing I 
wish to say, that since I com- 
menced advertising Castoria 
in the 

HERALD 

my sales In Hamilton have 
doubled." 



rQj ADVERTISING RATES 
A ON APPI.ICATION 



The Herald is the only Independent Newspaper 
in Hamilton and covers the city thoroughly. The 
Herald is read daily in thousands of prosperous 
homes that never bother with any other Hamilton 
publication. It pays to be in the Best always. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THE VANCOl, 



DAILY Al 



VANCOUVER 

THE COMMERCIAL CAPITAL OF B.C. 



Vancouver 

The principal city and commercial 
centre of British Columbia; pop- 
ulation June 1st, 1907, 71,856 
(1901 —26,000) ; building permits 
issued 1906, $4,233,910.00; bank 
clearings, 1906, $132,608,358.00 
(third highest percentage of gain of 
all American and Canadian cities) ; 
customs receipts, 1 906, 
$2,069,539.40 




THE VANCOU 



Net paid circulation guaranteed larger^ tm c 



ADVEF.TISING 

The advertising columns of The Province carry all the ad- 
vertisements of the large foreign and local manufacturers, \vho 
are our best advertisement ; for particulars as to returns ask 

any of them. 
The Province carries more ""Want Ads." than any other paper 

west of "Winnipeg (a comparison is the proof). 

For guarantees on which contracts are based, see clauses 

under heading of circulation opposite. 

Rates and Sample Copies furnished on application. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



|/ER PROVINCE 



WEEKLY 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

THE RICHEST PROVINCE IN CANADA 



BritisK Columbia 

Population 250,000 ; earnings produced 
1906, $60,000,000.00 (on a basis of one 
wage earner for five of population this gives 
$1 ,200 per year per head). Further statistics 
and information of any kind cheerfully furnished 
on application to the Promotion Dept. of The 
Province, Vancouver. 

Principal Industries^-Lumbering, Mining, 
Fisheries, Fruit Growing, Shipping, etc. 



VE DAILY PROVINCE 



:^^^\y other two papers in B.C. combined 



J 



CIR.CULi%.TION 

The net paid circulation of The Province is e:reater than all 
the other daily newspapers published in Vancouver and its 

nearest sister city, New "Westminster, combined. 
The net paid circulation of The Province in Vancouver City 
and suburbs alone is greater than the entire paid output of 
any other paper published in Vancouver or British Columbia. 
Latest sworn statements furnished immediately on applic- 
ation ; all books and records open lor inspection. Daily 
Average first five months, 1907, 12,909. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



"^^ 




"1 




'UhQ PHoBnix 

»$ A \S R A T O O N 






DAILY AND WEEKLY 

The Journal of Central Saskatchewan 
Growing Papers in a Growing Country 

^, The Pivot of an enterprising people, 
circulating throughout the world's 
greatest hard wheat area. ^ The 
recognized advertising medium in the 
progressive province of Saskatchewan. 

ADVERTISING RATES 

DAILY— 1 cent an agate line, flat 
. WEEKLY— 60 cents aninch per month, flat 






Circulation 

Daily 1200 Weekly 2000 

Combined 3200 




_ 




_ 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 13 



1 8 2 O - 1 907 

^ For the advertiser's benefit, there 
are the 87 years of vigorous belief in 
Canada that have helped to make the 

BROCKVILLE 
RECORDER 

a power in the richest and greatest 
dairy farming territory in Ontario, 
which is thoroughly covered by the 
Daily and Weekly Recorder. 
^ Brockville is the centre of this territory: 
over 200 cheese factories and dairy 
farms are represented at its Cheese Board. 
A rich field for the advertiser — who 
has the right kind of goods — which he 
cannot reach without the RECORDER 
Daily and Weekly — sworn circulation. 



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14 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

The Weekly Free Press and 
Prairie Farmer - Winnipeg 



^ This publication combines the best features of the purely 
agricultural journal with a news service compiled with a 
special view to meeting the requirements of rural readers. 
^ The development of Western Canada, the rapid growth 
of its population and the mavellous growth of its land values, 
coupled with successive years of magnificent harvests, have 
rendered the Western farmer prosperous to a degree 
probably unequalled elsewhere in America, and consequently 
the constituency of the Weekly Free Press and Prairie 
Farmer ranks high as a consuming community. 
^ The maker of branded and trade-marked goods will find 
in the rural districts of Western Canada consumers whose 
appreciation of quality is quite as keen as that of their 
metropolitan fellow-citizens. 

^ The mail-order dealer will find no constituency where, on 
account of the comparative sparseness of settlement and 
the consequent distance of many residents from the larger 
towns, less competition is offered by the local merchant. 
^ The manufacturer of agricultural implements and farm 
machinery generally will find no field where up-to-date machin- 
ery and labor-saving devices are in more general demand. 



For full particulars regarding rates, etc., address 

The Free Press - Winnipeg 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



A TALE OF GROWTH OF THE 
FREE PRESS WINNIPEG 

CIRCULATION 

Sworn averasfe circulation of the Sworn average circulation of the 

Daily Free Press Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer 

1901 13,862 1902 10,672 

1902 15,841 1903 13,640 

1903 18,824 1904 15,801 

1904 25,693 1905 15,654 

1905 30,048 1906 21,300 

1906 34,559 1907 (May) 24,160 

1907 (May) 37,121 

ADVERTISING 

Volume of advertising carried by the Daily Free Press : — 

Ivines Display I,ines Classified Total Lines 

1905 5,820,450 2,192,625 8,013,075 

1906 6,067,050 2,717,625 8,784,675 

Increase 1906 over 1905 246,600 525,000 771,600 

The Free Press carries a larger volume of classified advertising and 
a larger volume of display advertising than any other daily in the 
Dominion of Canada. 

CONSUMPTION OF WHITE PAPER 

Interesting figures of paper used by the Manitoba Free Press, 
Winnipeg, for eight years ending 1906 : — 

Pounds 

1899 550,000 

1900 644,640 

1901 999,217 

1902 •. 1,290,492 

1903 1,972,098 

1904 2,791, 356 

1905 : 3,573,704 

1906 4,160,398 

The consumption of paper by the Free Press (which now averages 
over T}4. tons per day) exceeds the amount of paper used by all the other 
daily papers printed in the Canadian West combined, from Port Arthur 
to the Rocky Mountains. 

PRESS CAPACITY 

The figures given represent the number of sixteen page papers 
which can be printed in an hour : — 

1900 (Cox Duplex, limit 8 pages) 4,000 

1901 (Hoe Pony Quad) 10,000 

1904 (Hoe Pony Quad and Full Quad) 34,000 

1906 (Hoe Quad and Hoe Sextuple) 60,000 

1907 (Hoe Sextuple and Combination Hoe Sextuple 

and Color Quad) 72,000 



. 



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i6 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



The News 



and Eastern Townships Advocate 



Established 1848 

lyargest, best and 
most widely circu- 
lated suburban 
weekly newspaper 
in the Dominion of 
Canada. 



SEVEN 

DISTINCT EDITIONS 



The News and Eastern Townships 

Advocate. 
The Magog News and Stanstead 

County Advocate. 
The Lachute News and Argenteuil 

County Advocate. 
The Bedford News and Missisquoi 

County Advocate. 
The Richmond News and District of 

St. Francis Advocate. 
The Knowlton News and Brome 

County Advocate. 
The Huntingdon News and Enter- 
prise and District of Beauharnois 

Advocate. 

A Brief Story of 

a Successful Newspaper 

THE NEWS was established in 
1848, and, from a small rural sheet, like 
most newspapers were at that time, it 
has grown, like an acjrn to an oak, 
slowly but steadiK, till it is to-day 
recognised throughout the Dominion 
as the best suburban weekly newspaper 
published within its borders. 

Seven editions of THE NEWS are 
published. These seven editions are 
not simply reprints of The News and 
Eastern Townships Advocate with a 
different heading and circulated only in 
villages where their respective names 
designate, but they are separate and 
distinct local organs, devoted to and 
published in the interests of the several 
counties or districts in which they are 
circulated, and are recognized by the 
intelligent and progressive portion of 
the masses as papers to be justly proud 
of. 



Advertising 
Rates 



1,000 lines - $40.00 5,000 lines -$150.00 
2,000 lines - 70.00 10,000 lines - 250.00 
(Agate measurement — 14 lines to the in.) 
The above rates include in.sertion of 
advertisements in the list of 7 papers. 

TRANSIENT OR LEGAL ADVERTISING. 

For The News and Eastern Town- 
ships Advocate — 10 cents per line for 
first insertion, and 3 cents for each 
subsequent insertion. 

For any of the other edition.s — 
8 cents per line for first, and 2 cents 
for each subsequent insertion. 

LOCAL READING NOTICES. 

25 cents per count line, each insertion. 

Results 

that are Results 

Advertisers who use the columns of 
these 7 papers get the same and 
possibly better results than if placing 
contracts with an equal number of other 
different county newspapers. Take, for 
example, the radius of territory these 7 
papers cover, something over 75 miles. 

Then take the class of people that 
these newspapers circulate amongst — 
the well-to-do and most cultured in- 
habitants of the country— the kind that 
advertisers want to reach and the kind 
it pays to reach. 

Seven papers circulated amongst up- 
wards of 250,000 peop'e, for a small 
outlay, is what the shrewd advertiser is 
looking for, and this is just what he gets 
if he uses The News publications. 



Books open to Advertisers 

Head Office: Montreal Office: E. R. Smith & Son 

ST. JOHNS, P,Q. 13 St. John Street Publishers 

Tel. Main 637 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 




Has a commanding circulation, excelling any other evening paper 
in Canada outside of Montreal and Toronto. It is read bs' all sorts 
of people, but more universally in the homes, which class forms 
the backbone of the purchasing public. Its local advertising 
patronage is very large, and the merchants of London freely 
acknowledge that the benefits accruing from The London Adver- 
tiser are such that warrants them remaining continuous advertisers. 
It is a complete newspaper, with miscellaneous and unique 
features to enhance its sales, and every department is fully edited. 
In brief. The London Advertiser speaks for itself, and any trained 
advertiser will discern its character and evident prosperity by 
scrutinizing its pages. Neatly printed and habitually giving the 
fullest and freshest news, it challenges comparison and invites the 
attention of all up-to-date advertisers in every line of trade. 

Circtilation Guaranteed 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montre.\l and Toronto 



i8 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THERE ARE 



VALID REASONS WHY 

THE NEWvS 



should always 
be considered 
in figuring out 
your Adver- 
tising Appro- 
priation or 
Estimate. 



The 

News 

Toronto 



^ The News is regarded by the Reading Public 
as being in the first rank of Canadian Daily 
Papers i n Reliability — E nterprise and 
Independence. 

^ The News has the Largest Unduplicaied 
Circulaiion of any Ontario Daily Paper. It 
is not allied to any Political Party. It is 
therefore a force distinct in itself, free to make 
its utterances forcible and independent. 
^ The News has no Waste Circulation in its 
40,000 Daily Subscribers — they are all buyers. 
^ The News is the only paper in Canada, 
with one exception, Sufficiently Sure of the 
Paying Quality of its advertising space — to 
Adopt a Flat Rate — this means that whether 
space used be large or small — the rate is the 
same — 4 cents per agate line — one equitable 
rate to all. The small advertiser does not have 
to pay a heavy rate to make up for the extra 
low rate given to the big advertiser — nor is 
the advertiser compelled to use more space 
than he requires in order to secure a low rate. 

Results have abundantly justified the 
adoption of the Flat Rate. 

^ During the past six months ending May 
3rst — 447,786 lines, or 1,493 columns pr 214 
pages have been used in the News Advertis- 
ing Columns, more than in the same months 
of the previous year. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 19 



A SURE TEST 

The Surest Barometer to judge of the estimation 
in which a paper is held by Advertisers is the 
Increase or Decrease in its advertising patronage. 

THe News, Toronto 

has pleasure in presenting the following state- 
ment to Canadian and Foreign Advertisers, 
showing the relative amount of Advertising space 
used in the past eight months ending May 31st, 
1907, as compared with the corresponding period 
of last year. 





(19051 




(1906) 


Increase 


October . . 


- 323,395 


ines 


382,864 lines 


59,469 


November 


■ - 357,703 


** 


436,113 " 


78,410 


December 


. - 390,284 

(1906 > 


<< 


454,167 " 

M9071 


63,883 


January - 


- - 288,502 


it 


366,592 *• 


78,090 


February - 


- - 284,894 


*t 


375,109 '* 


90,215 


March - - 


- - 371,875 


«« 


439,573 " 


67,698 


April - - 


. - 347,100 


** 


415,650 " 


68,550 


May - - 


- - 358,025 


t* 


427,025 «• 
3,297,093 


69,000 




2,721,778 


575,315 



This shows the very gratifying increase of 575,315 
lines, or 1,918 columns or 274 pages — an increase 
of almost 22 per cent, or about one page per day 

for the eight months. 
This statement shows further : — 

The proven value of the News as an Advertising 
Medium. 

That the News Circulation of 40,000, wiih its Flat 
Rate of 4 cents per Agate Line, makes an equit- 
able and reasonable medium. 

That Advertisers have benefited by its use or this 
statement would show a decrease rather than a 
large increase. 

You are or will be appropriating money for Daily Paper 

Advertising — will you 
Place The News on Yotxr List ? 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



WHAT 

HE 
DOES 



A BIG LIVE 

FORj) SIXTY-ONE YEARJ 



The Frank E. Walker Turniture Company, 

Largest Roetail Furniture concern in 
Western Ontario, uses more advertis- 
ing space in the Spectator than in all 
other newspapers combined. 



MUST BE 

A 
REASON 



SWORN ST. 



DAILY 

SWORN 
11,698 



PART OF EJ 



THE HAMILT 



Spectator Printing Co., Limited 

Gentlemen — The reason I use 
Spectator advertising space so largely 
is because (my ads being keyed) I find 
that it pays, and that's what I'm in 
business for. Yours, Frank E. Walker. 



WHY HE 

DOES 

IT 



SWORN STiE 



TWICE A Wl 

SWORN ll 
6,889 i 



PART OF EC 



PUBLISHED IN 



C 



CIRCULATING IN aA CONS' k 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



E WSPAPER 

^SIEADING THE PROCESSION 



T/.MENT MADE 



1906 

itCULATlON 
S 11,698 



Y CONTRACT 



FOUR 

IN 
SEVEN 



During cTVlarch, cApril and May, in 
a Circulation Campaign covering the 
whole city" of Hamilton, the canvassers 
found an average of FOUR Spectators 
in everjr SEVEN homes visited. 



N SPECTATOR 



SlIMENT MADE 



Wi 1906 



CULATION 
6,889 



y CONTRACT 



IT IS 

THE ONLY 

ONE 



They" also found that in a great 
majority of these Spectator homes no 
other paper was taken. There are 
three papers in Hamilton. The 
SPECTATOR GETS SIXTY PER CENT, the 
other forty per cent is divided. 



)« 



CITY OF 65,000 

SNCY OF 150,000 OR (JMORE 



FIGURE 

A 
LITTLE 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THE SURE WAY 

to reach the best farming element 
within a radius of thirty miles of 
Hamilton effectively is through 

THE SEMI-WEEKLY 

SPECTATOR 



S'WOR.N CIRCULATION 1900 

6,889 

TWICE EACH WEEK 



It is the shopping guide of the managers in the 
thrifty homes of the prosperous farming coun- 
try surrounding Hamilton. It helps, 
instructs and entertains its readers and 
is a favorite with all. 



WRITE FOR RATES AND SAMPLE COPY 



THE SPECTATOR PRINTING CO. 



HAMILTON 



CANADA 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



23 



To Reach Every Section of 

TORONTO and VICINITY 

Use the pages of 

THE TORONTO 

DAILY STAR 

The Star covers this district like the dew-^ 
no advertiser seriously considers entering this 
field without the Star— the Star has a larger 
circulation than any Evening Newspaper 
published in Ontario and gives a greater 
amount of publicity for a less amount of 
money than any other paper published in 
Toronto. 

CIRCULATION 4'8#34'4' 

The Star is your first paper when consider- 
ing Toronto and Vicinity. 

The Star Printing and PubHshing 

/^ 1 • *!. J J- E- ATKINSON 

L^ompany, Limited M,n.gi„g Di,«,or 



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24 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Canabian J^ictorial 



TKe Best Printed Publication in Canada 



Presenting the news of the month pictoriallv and 
cnntaminsjr upwards of i.ooo inches of interesting 
illus rations every month, costing $i,ooo per issue 



Sworn Circulation over \^ \3vJ\J Copies per Month. 

and circulation fast increasing. The CANADIAN PICTORIAl, is a welcome monthly 

publication m L,ibraries Reading Ro ms, Doc ors' and Dentists' Waiting Rooms and 

Canada's most cultured homes to-day. Hundreds of enthusiastic tsstimonials being 

received moiithly from our subscribers. 

Printed on Fine Quality Paper with the iBest Ink 

produced, the Canadian Pictorial places your 

fine screen picture advertisements to the best 

possible advantage. 

The PICTORIAL PIIRI ISHINCCO , >42st Petcrst. MnNTPFAl 

Agents: JOHN DOUGALL & SON, Witness Block 



I '^e Tara Leader i 

I The Leading Local Paper in the North i 

i Riding of the County of Bruce. 1 

\ National in Sentiment | 

j ^^^''fs^'sf "^° Progressive in Methods I 

I Read bjr all Classes ! 

I n'^HE Leader is a Bright, Newsey, Well-edited, Up-to-date and Reliable | 

I I local newspaper, circulating in one of the most prosperous farming I 

X communities in the fine county of Bruce and part of the county of % 

I Grey, as well as in a number of enterprising surrounding villages. j 

I The circulation of the Leader has increased every year for the past \ 

(eight years, while under its present management, and it has now a sworn I 

^ circulation of 1,329 copies. Circulation list open to any advertiser. ' 

I H. A. VANDUSEN. Editor and Proprietor, TARA, ONT. j 

i_l| III — ttt n "• •!• '" ■" '" "' *" *" "^ TTT 

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X 



tf/, 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 25 



8500 




Over OOyJyJ Homes 

Representing 50,000 People 

residing it the city of Woodstock, the town of Ingersoll, and 

the village and rural sections of Oxford county, are reached 

regularly through the 



The 




Daily and Weekly issues of 

Sentinel- 
Review 

The circulation of which is sworn to in detail. 

Daily Issues Exceeds 4,000 Copies per day 
Weekly Issue Exceeds 4,500 Copies per week 

The only paper in Oxford county 
publishing sworn circulation statements. 

Four Rural Mail Routes 

Drivers deliver the Daily Sentinel-Review to the farmers. 
North, South, East and West of Woodstock within a radius of 
15 miles every afternoon. No other paper in the county 
attempts a rural delivery. Special carriers deliver the daily 
issue every evening in 20 towns and villages in Oxford. 

t^e Sentinel-Review Co., Ltd. 

PUBLISHERS 
W. J. TAYLOR, President and Managing Director 




Ji;:^ 




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26 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Established in 1808, The Montreal Herald is nearly a Century Old 

^ The English-Speaking population of Montreal is growing with a 
rapidity hitherto unknown. Great industrial establishments are 
drawing men by the thousands to Montreal from the workshops of the 
Old Country, of the United States, and of other parts of Canada. 

< 
^ As a consequence, the English-speaking people form a rapidly- 
growing constituency for the four English Daily Papers published 

in the city. Of these 




THE HERALD BUILDING 



THE 

MONTREAL 

HERALD 



is conspicuous for the aggressive- 
ness with which it is taking 
advantage of the growth of its field. 

^ It is increasing its circulation 
in ever)^ direction. 

^ It is enlarging its pages with 
every fresh demand upon them. 



^ It is spending more and more money on its news service and on 
its illustrations. 

fl It is always engaged on one or more campaigns for civic or other 
social reforms. 

^ It is more than keeping pace with the growth of the Metropolis, 
and is to-day one of the vital, potent forces in the life of Montreal. 

The General Advertiser cannot cover Montreal without using The Herald 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



27 



FARMER 





We 

NOR'WEST 



will bring you a golden harvest if you 
want to sell your goods in the West. 

Four-fifths of the people here are 
farmers. They are making money, and 
are buying far more per family than are 
the people in the Bast, because they are 
building and furnishing new homes. 

The Nor'-West Farmer has their con- 
fidence. It is essentially a Western 
paper — born and brought up, owned, 
edited, and managed entirely in the 
West — with head office at Winnipeg. 

Its sworn circulation for the year 
ending December 31st, 1906, was 20,041, 
and it is steadily and rapidly increasing. 
This circulation is strictly paid in 
advance, and represents the very best 
class of buyers in Canada. 

Issued semi-monthly — often enough 
to be up-to-date and not too often to be 
read thoroughly. 

If you want the Western Market you 
must use The Nor'-Wcst Farmer. 



The Nor'-Wcst Farmer Limited 

Winnipeg^ Canada 



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28 THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

{ ? Daily Berald | 

1^ morning and Evening ^ 

^ (^ overs Reaches 89% of the population of the city of Calgary 4^ 

^ ====■ Average daily circulation for first quarter of 1907, 3,751 ^ 

^ Average daily circulation for April, 1907, 4,038 ^ 

^ A IKprfa Increasing rapidly in country and city ^ 

r^l UCl Id 5,000 guaranteed to advertisers before the end of 1907 ^ 

^ -=====_ Display rate, i^ cents per agate line fiat ^ 

^ You cannot begin to cover Alberta without the Herald -^ 

»• Weekly circulation, 2,748 for April i 

^ Only paper in Alberta making sworn statement of ^ 

^ circulation j^ 

^ Books and records open to advertisers at all times ^ 

I CALGARY t 



ESTiVBI^ISHED 1704 

Quebec Chronicle 

THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN CANADA 

The Chronicle is the only English Morning Daily in the Province 
of Quebec, outside Montreal. It is particularly valuable to 
the advertiser who wishes to reach men, as it is the business 
man's paper in Quebec City and the surrounding towns. It 
is equally valuable for general advertising on account of its 
large home circulation. You cannot properly cover Quebec 
without it. 

CIRCULATION GUARANTEED OVER 7,000 
THE WEEKLY -nPTjr? /^ A V U* T^HPC 

EDITION- 1 iltL LrAZ-C 1 1 II 

Circulates largely in the rural districts surrounding Quebec, 
and in the Eastern Townships. 

Write for Rates and Sample Copies 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 29 

The population of Ontario 

is centred In Toronto. 

More of this population 

read 

THE TORONTO 

E^VENING 
TELEGRAM 

than any other two papers 
put together. 



31 years Toronto's most popular 
paper and recognized as the greatest 
want-ad medium in Canada. Daily 
average circulation for 1906, 37,146. 
Rates and detailed circulation state- 
ment sent on application. 

THe Evening Telegram 

TORONTO, ONT. 

J. ROSS ROBERTSON, Publisher and Proprietor 



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Northern Messenger 

Founded 1865 — Over 40 years old. 
An iliustrated story and undenominational religious weekly 



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Sworn circu- 
lation over 



63,000 



copies 
per week 



LARGEST CIRCULATION IN CANADA 

The Messenger outdistances all other religious publications whatsoever and 

its circulation is at least two and a half times larger than that of 

any other Religious Weekly in Canada. 

All advertising subject to editorial approval. 
Columns 2% x 12 inches. Three extra wide columns to a page 

Casual Advertising - - 30 cents per agate line 
Annual Contracts ** - 20 cents per agate line 
Medical Advertising - - 40 cents per agate line 

The undenominational and interdenominational character and extent of the 

Messenger's circulation combine to give it an advertising value equal 

to all the denominational publications. 

JOHN DOUGALL & SON, Publishers, Witness Block, MONTREAL 

CANADA 



THE 

Colchester Sun 




ESTABLISHED 1871 



REORGANIZED 1907 



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The New Management have taken vigorous 
hold of the subscription lists and are daily and 
steadily increasing the number of subscribers. 

We are also giving special attention to Plac- 
ing advertisements, knowing well that replies 
to our advertisers mean more business for us. 

Our subscription list is not the largest. It is 
the Most Select in Central Nova Scotia. 

Can you afford NOT to advertise with us? 



The Colchester Sun, TRURO, N.S. 



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THE WORLD { 

TORONTO :: :: ONTARIO I 

I, Courtney Love, Circulation Manager of the The Toronto 
World, liereby swear that the circulation figures herewith 
given below represent the absolute net circulation of The 
Toronto World on July 2nd, 1907. 

DAILY - - 36,341 

SUNDAY . - 38,889 

Sworn before me at Toronto, this 8th day of July, 1907. 
CHAS. ELLIOTT, COURTNEY LOVE. 



A Commissioner, etc. 



Circulation Books and Mail Sheets open to fullest examina- 
tion. Sworn detailed statement of circulation figures on 

application. 



At the present time of writing, July 22nd, '07, just 
20 days later, the circulation of the Daily and Sunday 
World is 

DAILY - - - 39,360 

SUNDAY - - - 40,213 

This is absolutely net paid circulation, and does not in- 
clude sample copies, free copies, spoiled copies or returns. 
The circulation of both papers has increased over 33 >i 
per cent in the past six months. For sample copies, 
rate cards and full detailed statement of circulation write 

The World Newspaper Co. Limited, 
TORONTO, Ont. 

H. B. Somerville - - Advertising Manager 

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To cAdvertisers 


The Manor Advocate 






selves, but to our many advertisers, is the fact that 
by our liberal offer, combined with our splendid 
weekly paper, which contains 12 paeres. we also give 
the Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer all for the sum 
of $1.00, and the demand for these papers has been 
very great, as it is the most liberal and generous 
offer ever made by any Publishing House and our 
circulation list has gone up by leaps and bounds. 
Here Is what the Globe has to say:— 

Mr. T. S Carman. TOBONTO. Feb. 27, 1907. 

Ontario, Belleville. 
My Dear Sir.— 

In view of the splendid success which has fol- 
lowed your efforts in piling up a large list of sub- 
scribers for the Wet-kly Globe and Canada Farmer, 
we desire first to thank you. and second to state that 
it has been decided to extend the time to you for 
receiving subscriptions at the same rate, up to the 
1st dav of June. 

That will enable you to clean up any work that 
you have already started, and if you feel so disposed, 
to make a Spring offer of your own paper from now 
to the end of the year, and the Weekly Globe and 
Canada Farmer for one year, at a special price. 

Hoping that this will be entirely satisfactory to 
you, and looking forward to a large increase in your 
own circulation equal with our own. 
I am, 

Faithfully yours, 

ROBT. C. SMITH. 
The Weekly Chronicle has more local and dis- 
trict news than any other newspaper published in the 
Bay of Quinte District. 

T. S. & S E. OAEMAN, 

Publishers & Proprietors, 

Belleville, Ontario. 


MANOR, SASKATCHEWAN 

The most easterly paper in 
Saskatchewan on the 
Brandon-Regina branch 
oftheC.P.R. 
As a local advertising 
medium it offers good 
advantages to advertisers, 
as it circulates in many 
towns east of Manor, as 
well as widely among the 
surrounding rural popu- 
lation. 

H. T. Halliwell, Editor and Pub. 






When Placing "Ads" in the Maritime 
Provinces of Canada 

DO NOT FORGET 

U Impartial of 
Tignish, P.R.L 

The only paper of the kind in the Province 


THE EXPRESS 

AND Beaverton, Ont. 

THE ECHO 

Cannington, Ont. 

Published in central towns of the popu- 
lous and wealthy Riding of North 
Ontario. Independent in politics, they 
reach a large constituency of readers. 

ADVERTISING RATES LOW 










THE 

Dundas Star 

The Farmer's Paper 
of Wentworth. 

Circulation 1,615 weekly (Sworn) 

No other paper covers this field. 
Well printed. All home print. 
Eight pages. Seven columns to 
the page. 

Thos. W. Whalley, Editor & Pub. 


THE OKANAGAN VALLEY 

If you desire to reach the people residing 

in the Northern part of this Valley, 

the only local medium is the 

Enderby Progress and 
Northern Okanagan Heralc 

No other "Interior "paper reaches the 
Districts of Enderbv, Mara. vSalmon Arm, 
Notch Hill, Silver Creek and Kault so 
thoroughly, w. & H. FRASER, Pubs. 



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Sherbrooke Daily Record. 




Sworn Yearly 
Circulation Statements 



"WATCH US GROW" 



1898 - 2,379 1901 - 3,065 1904 - 4,917 

1899 - 2,720 1902 - 3,140 1905 - 6,152 

1900 - 3,033 1903 - 3,433 1906 - 7,326 

Six Months ending April 30th, 1907 - 7,905 

April, 1907 - 8,043 



HPHE DAlIvY RECORD supplies more local matter than all the other papers 
■*• in its territory. Established in 1897 on new and original lines, the wisdom 
of the publishers' policy of confining all their efforts to the Daily is shown by 
the growth of The Record to the place of the greatest small city Daily in 
America. It has no Weekly and no job plant. It reaches 279 towns and villages 
within a radius of 60 miles. It has over 150 correspondents who supply more 
news to the Daily Record than all other papers published in the same territory. 
Its subscription price is I1.50 per annum. It is published in its own building, 
and has the latest and best machinery, type-setting machines and web presses. 

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I The Sentinel, Toronto 



THB SBNTINBI, IS THOROUGHLY RBAD— AN UNSOWCITBD TBSTIMONIAI, 



SHAW & SCOTT 

BARRISTERS, ETC. 



Alex. Shaw, K.C. 
J. H. Scott. 









The Average Circulation 

of The Sentinel 

for 1906 was 

1 2,582 

Average for Feby. 
1907 was 

1 3,983 



A first class medium for all 

general advertising. 

Write for rates. 



Tb 



Walkerton, Can., 2,0th Nov., 1905. 

My Dear Mr. Hocken, 

I observe that my subscription to the "Sentinel" 
expires 3rd Dec. prox. I enclose postal note for One 
Dollar, in renewal of same. 

lyast week my copy went astray and did not turn 
up for several days. I was in a great state of 
"fidg^ef 



lays, 
until I got it. 



Now such a delay in the case 
of any other paper I take would have made no 
impression upon me ; the reason must be the un- 
usual excellence of your articles. 



Your: 
C. Hocken, 

Tne Sentinel, Toronto. 



sincerely, 

J. H. SCOTT. 



^j6e 



Plumas, Manitoba 



Plumas Standard 

Independent in Politics— 

" To each what he earns— to no man what 

he does not earn." 

A live Weekly, circulating in one of the richest 

Agricultural Districts of the Province. 

Points the way to abundance and 

prosperity for all. 



W. D. Lamb, 



Publisher 



^j6e 



Established j8gs 



Wheatley Journal 

THoroughly reliable and 
respected. The favorite 
news and advertising 
Jonrnal in the County. 

J. P. EPPLETT, Publisher 



TH£ CATHOLIC REGISTER 

OP TORONTO, 

both from its make-up and influence, is one of 
the leading weekly journals of Canada. From a 
literary standpoint it has exceptional merit. Its 
object is to supply doctrinal and religious read- 
ing, together with general news, particular care 
being given to local and foreign items pertaining 
to Catholic interests. Its circulation is rapidly 
increasing, and it is becoming more and more a 
power in the educational and religious life of 
Canadian Catholic homes. 



The Oak 
Lake News 

The Official Newspaper of Sifton 
and Woodworth Municipalities. 
Advertising Rates or Sannple 
Copies will be forwarded on 
application. 

Oi\K I.AHE, MA.NITOBA 



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to Cover Britisb eoluntbia 

advertisers will find no better medium in the 
Pacific Coast Province than 

Cbe meek 

now in its fourth year, guaranteed circulation 

3,100 

Cbe Uleek Publisbing €0. Eimited 

88>^ Government St. | Room 14 MacKinnon Bk. 
victoria, b.c. i vancouver, b.c. 

For Foreign Advertising address all communications to Vancouver OflEice. 



Watchman-Warder 

LINDSAY, ONT. 

published every Thursday Morning 
in the County-Town of Victoria, a 
thriving commercial and industrial 
centre of nearly 8,000 inhabitants. 
Covers a rich and populous agricul- 
tural country, to the interests of 
which special attention is paid. 
Recognized organ of the Liberal 
Conservative Party. 
Guaranteed Circulation 3,750. This 
is almost entirely in the Counties 
of Victoria and Haliburton. Large 
lists in many surrounding villages. 
Advertising rates on application. 

Watchman-Warder Printing Co. 

Publishers Limited 



ANTIGONISH, N.S. 



Casket 



Valued for its literary 
worth, readers preserve 
each number and bind it 
at the close of the year. 



Circulation 4,400 printed copies. 

Circulation Steadily Increasing. 



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.»HH«-»«M« 



I An advertiser cannot make a mistake I 

in selecting the I 

Canadian Churchman 

WE would call the attention of advertisers to the fact that the 
Canadian Churchman is the only weekly Church of England 
paper published in Canada, All the other Church weeklies 
have been amalgamated with it. It is the recognized official organ of the 
Church of England, thus covering this whole large field, composed of 
the most influential and money-spending people in Canada. A 
church paper, the merits of which, as an advertising medium, have 
been tested by the shrewdest advertisers who give it a first place 
among the religious weeklies of the Dominion. The best medium for 
reaching the Church people. 

Established 187 1 
For rates and sample copies address Extensive circulation 

FRANK WOOTTEN, ToiiStT^':''tT^Tj>'l 



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TOUCHES ALL OF SOUTHERN 
ALBERTA 

Cbe Cetbbridfle 

THE BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST AND 
BEST WEEKLY IN ALBERTA 

Reaches Merchants, Mechanics, 
Farmers and Ranchers. 

Circulation February 1, 1907, 

nearly 1,100. Keeps growing 

with the country. 

Rates gladly furnished 
W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Dircctcr 



Established 
1882 



Le Journal 

de Waterloo 



A. CHAGNON 

Proprietor 



W^ATERLOO, P.Q. 



The only French paper in the large and 

flourishing District of Bedford, where 

two-thirds of the inhabitants 

speak French. 

The best medium for Advertisers. 



Published every Thursday at 
WINCHESTER, Ont. 



THE 

WINCHESTER 

PRESS 



All Printed 
AT Home 



Circulates in one of the best 
Dairying and Agricultural 
Districts of Canada, covers 
Northern Dundas and South- 
ern Carleton Counties. 
Advertising rates and other 
information on application. 



BYRON LANE, 



Editor and Proprietor 



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EVENING 



WEEKLY 



THE POST f 

LINDSAY, ONTARIO 

The only Daily published in Victoria 
County. The Popular \A/'eekly of 
this Section. .*. .*. .*. .*. .*. .'. 

W^ILSON CSi WILSON, PROPRIETORS 



THe Reporter 

B.A.PID CITY 

MANITOBA 

A Weekly paper for Farmers and 
Business Men, in the Riding of 
Marquette, which is proved by the 
Government Bulletins to be the 
Best Mixed Farming District in Manitoba. 



Niagaret Falls, Can. 

is the Electric Power hub of 
the World. It is growing 
industrially at a tremendous 
rate. 

THi: REVIEW 

is the oldest and best paper in 
the city. To reach the best 
people — the people wdth the 
purchasing power — you must 
use the columns of The Review. 

F. H. I. E: SI. IE, PublisKer 



THE QUILL 



QUILL LAKE 

SASKATCH EWAN 



The leading paper of North 
Eastern Saskatchewan 



THE QUILL" 

is absolutely independent in the 
best sense of the word, not 
being pledged in its editorial 
utterances to any Party, 
Individual or Corporation. 



THE QUILL" 

serves, absolutely, one of the 
largest purely English speaking 
communities in the West. 



SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 A YEAR 
ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION 



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The New Wheat Belt is proving the | 

best in the West. Now being 5 

rapidly settled | 

The Settlers are being supplied I 

at The Four New Towns, | 

and all take one of the | 

FOUR NEW PAPERS I 

Radisson News | 



°'' Borden Advocate i 

Fielding Gazette | 

I Maymount Star | 

I Published at | 

I Radisson, Saskatchewan I 

I WRITE FOR COMBINATION RATES I 

^ " The Best and Cheapest Medium | 

j in the West." I 



s»G Milverton 
Sun 

COVERS THE ENTIRE 
RICH DISTRICT OF 
CENTRAL PERTH and 
NORTH WATERLOO. 



IT WILL BRING 
ADVERTISERS 



RESULTS 



Le Progres 



FRENCH 
WEEKI^Y 



ESTABI^ISHED 

1904 



du Golfe 



Rimouski, P.Q. 

The only newspaper published in the large 
and important Counties of Rimouski, 
Matane, Gaspe and Bonaventure. 

Independent. Subscription price %i.oo per year. 

The Publishing Co. of Rimouski 



TheCarleton 
Sentinel 



Established 
1837 



The oldest paper in the Province 
of New Brunswick 

Published* each Friday in the 
year at Woodstock, N.B., the 
Hub of the rich and fertile 
St. John River Valley. 
The Sentinel is the People's 
Favorite and the Advertisers' 
Friend. 

N. Foster Thome 

Managing: Director 

The Largest Circulation in 
Western New Brunswick 



THE PROVINCE 

The leading Weekly Newspaper 
in Central Alberta. 
First class Advertising Medium. 
Your patronage solicited. 
Send for Sample Copy. 

EDWARD J. FREAM. Publisher 

INNISFAIL, ALBERTA 



Cbe Brigbton Ensign 

ESTABLISHED 187I. 

Is published every Friday morning. 

JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY 

Mail orders receive careful and prompt 
attention. 

The best advertising medium in North- 
umberland Con ity. Circulation i',2oo. Advertis- 
ing rates on application. 

C. A. LAPP 6c SON, PUBLISHERS. 



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DON'T HESITATE 

TIMES 



Ad's will make money 
for you every time. 

The "TIME S" is 
recognized as one of 
Ca n a d a's leading 
Liberal Papers. The 
Daily and Semi- 
Weekly cover a WIDE 
FIELD t h roug h out 
Ontario and the North- 
west. 



Advertise 
''Hamilton 



in the 
Times'* 



Our Job Printing is the best. 
We have one of the largest and 
nnost complete printing estab- 
lishments in Canada. 
RAILWAY and TICKET PRINT- 
ING a SPECIALTY. We should 
like to do your work. 



Times Printing' 
Company, I^td. 

HAMIL.TON, Ontario 



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Dry Goods Record 

$5.00 a year OF CANADA $2.00 a year 






1 1 




A high class, artistically printed trade paper, in which respect 
it has an individuality of its own. No trade paper i«i Canada com- 
pares with it in point of quality of paper used, press work, etc. 

2,500 - Circulation • 2,500 

exclusive of sample copies. Spring and Winter numbers, 
(January and July) 5,000 copies each. Reaches over ninety per 
cent of the Canadian Dry Goods Trade. 

f . Jlbrabam, Publisher montreal $ Coronto 






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THE TIMES 

STOUGHTON, SASK. 

Subscription |i.oo a year 

' The Times is widely circulated 
throughout the farming districts 
of Stoughton and consequently is 
of the highest value to the 
advertiser. 



A. T. HINDS, 

h 



Editor and Proprietor 



German 
Printing^ 



Best equipment 
in Canada. 

Correct transla- 
tion. 



RITTINGER & MOTZ 

BERLIN, CAN. 

Publishers of 

Journal— Glocke—Kolonist 

At it forty-eight years. 



TKe Arnprior 
CHronicle 



Established 
1879 



A Weekly with a 

Circulation of 1,750 



Clean and up-to-date in matter 
and appearance. One of the 
best advertising mediums in 
Eastern Ontario. 



R. A. JEFFREY, 



PtiblisHer 



Zy/^0 lyouis J. Ball, Manager 

J. Forsyth Smith, Editor 

Vernon News 

Vernon, BritisH Columbia 

VITEEKLY ESTABLISHED 189I 

Covers a section of over loo miles in the 
Okanagan, the Prize Winning Fruit 
District of British Columbia. Reaches a 
big rural constituency, and includes a 
number of flourishing villages. Read by 
thousands of fruit growers and ranchers. 

The best advertising medium in ttie interior of B.C. 



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The 



DAILY and WEEKLY 



Sarnia Observer 



The only paper that covers Sarnia and surrounding 
territory thoroughly., 1i The OBSERVER is the 
only Daily published in Lambton County, and it 
goes into the best homes in Sarnia and Lambton 
County, an advertisement in The Observer is a first 
class investment for any business man. Rate card 
on application. 

ADDRESS 

THE OBSERVER Sarnia, Ontario 



ALBERTA 
HEROLD 

EDMONTON 

is the only medium 
for Alberta, British 
Columbia and West- 
ern Saskatchewan 
to reach about 
20.000 
German Settlers 

Advertising Rates on application 



^he 



Almonte 
Gazette 

Almonte, Ontario 



Is a bright, clean, newsy, 

up-to-date weekly. 

Circulates in a well-to-do 

district. 

Enters the best homes in 

the community. 

Is read by the very people 

you want to reach— if you 

are alter the best. 

Prints 3,000 copies every 

week. 

Has a sworn weekly 

circulation of 2,865. 

Rates ? Yes, a post card 

will brins: them to you. 



c>4ddress 

JAIMES McLEOD, Proprietor 



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f 
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The Daily News f 

A paper that reaches every mining camp in 
Southern British Columbia on the day of 
publication. It is the only daily paper 
that does so. Has the largest circulation and 
is admitted to be the most enterprising and 
best daily in the interior of British Columbia. 
It is admitted to be the best medium for the 
advertiser to reach the people of all classes 
in the splendid and growing field that it 
occupies, and in this regard we challenge 
comparison. Advertisers are sure of results 
when they use the Daily News. We also 
publish a weekly edition. 



F. J. Deane, 



Publisher 

and 

Proprietor 



NELSON, B.C. 



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THE OWEN 
SOUND SUN 

(Semi-Weekly) 

Sworn Circulation for 1906, 2,691 copies, 
and constantly increasing. 

A Live Newspaper 
in a Live Town 

Owen Sound is a manufacturing and 
shipping centre with a population of 
10,765. The Sun is the leading 
newspaper, and besides covering the 
town completely serves a fine agri- 
cultural and fruit growing section in 
the surrounding townships. 



Write for rates and particulars. 

C. A. FLEMING CSu SON, 

Publishers, 

OWEN SOUND, Ont. 



The Belmont Times 



will be found in the houses 
of all the best farmers in this 
rich agricultural community, 
making it a valuable advertis- 
ing medium. We do not claim 
a large circulation but eveiy 
name on our list is a bonajide 
paid-in-advance subscriber. 



Strachan Bros. 



Proprietors 



(Uoodstock, n.B., Press 

What Our Advertisers Say 



Messrs. George W. Gibson Co., lyTD. 

Gentlemen,— Permit us to compliment 
you upon the appearance of our advertise- 
ments in the Woodstock, N.B.. Press They 
are vrell set up and the printing is very 
good indeed. This is the kind of advertis- 
ing that counts, and if you persist in it 
there can be no doubt about results. 
The lyOWNDES Co., I^td., 

John F. Snetsinger, Adv. Mgr., 
Feb. ist, 1907. Toronto, Canada. 



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Poultry and Dogs 

Is the only paper of the kind in Canada edited by a man 

who is in constant touch with the work it talks about. 

It certainly is a live one, full of fresh, reliable, practical 

information. 

It is bright and newsy as well, and these qualities combine 

to make it the most popular Poultry Journal in the country. 

For proof of this, look at the circulation. 

The first number was published in September, 1906, and 

to-day it has over 12,000 subscribers. Paid-up subscriptions 

are pouring in at the rate of 200 to 250 a day. 

If you want to reach one of the thriftiest classes in Canada, 

advertise in "Poultry and Dogs." Sample Copies and 

Rates sent on application. 



J. R. COTE. 

Editor 



Chatham, Ontario 



HALDIMAND COUNTY'S 
XHe LEADING WEEKLY 



Haldimand Advocate 



and Hagersville Standard 



Cayuga 



Out. 



The Advocate has more farmer readers than 
any other local paper in the Niagara Peninsula 

Guaranteed Circulation for '^ A f\C\ 
first four months of 1907 over ^> I vFvF 

ADVERTISE IN THE ADVOCATE 



TKe 

Trchcrnc Times 

Covers the rich farming and 

grain district of which Treherne 

is the centre. 

Established 1899 WEEKLY 

H. V. KOSS, Publisher, 
Treherne, Man. 



The 



Hcdicy Gazette 

The Advertising Medium for 
Similkameen Electoral District 



Which is 2,700 square miles in extent, and 
includes the famous mining camps of Hedley , 
McKinney, Keremeos, Wallace Mountain, 
Carmi, and Fairview ; the coal measures of 
the Upper Similkameen ; and the rich fruit- 
growing areas of Southern Okanagan and 
the lyower Similkameen. 

Subscribe for it and get all the News 
of the District 

Subscription $2.00 per year 
Advertising Rates Moderate 



The Hedley Gazette Printing 
and Publishing Co. Limited 



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THE 



CORNWALL STANDARD 

THE LEADING WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 
OF . EASTERN ONTARIO 

Circulation larger than any other 
paper published in the United 
Counties of Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry. 
Advertising rates on application. 



W. GIBBENS, 



Editor and Publisher 






is admittedly the Leading 
Local Paper in Manitoba. 
It is read in the homes of 
a thousand subscribers on 
the day of publication, 
and is exten>ively copied 
by exchanges. Total cir- 
culation on January ist, 
19071 I-570. and it will 
reach 1,800 before the end 
of the year. Its constitu- 
ents are almost wholly 
Anglo-Saxon, and what 
they read in the Press is 
accepted as reliable. 



Meg'antic 

Gazette 

Circtilatioix 

1.875 

An eight page weekly giving the 
local news of the Counties of Megantic, 
I^otbinere. Wolfe and Beauce, in which 
Counties there is no other local paper 
published, together with the Canadian 
and Foreign News, Markets, Story and 
Leading Articles as published in the 
Montreal Gazette. 

The district for which the Megantic 
Gazette is the recognized Advertising 
Medium is one of the most prosperous 
farming sections in the Province of 
Quebec, and includes the Asbestos Min- 
ing Towns of Thetford Mines and Black 
lyake and other important towns and 
villages. 

No advertiser can cover the Province 
of Quebec without using the Megantic 
Gazette. 

H. A. DICKSON, Proprietor and Editor. 

HEAD OFFICE : 

Rectory Hill - Quebec 



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Cbe « * 
(Uinnipcd 



market Record 



The recognized organ of the Grain and 
Produce Trades of Western Canada. 

H Strong Hdi^ertising ntedium 

for reaching the Grain and Elevater Men and 
the best Farmers in the Great West. 
It is no experiment. Send for sample copy 
cylddress and advertising rates. 

Cbe Jltnalgamatcd Press of ganaaa, Cimitca 

PublisDcrs 330 Smitb Street, (Uintiipcd, mdititcba 



Established 
1866 



The 

DurKam 

Chronicle 



All Home Print. Regular 

issue eight pages, 

48 columns. 



Circulation over i,6oo weekly, 
Average Circulation for 1906, 
over 1,700, including Special 
Editions. Lists open for in- 
spection of advertisers . 

"W. IR^^WIN 

Proprietor 



DtirKam, 



Ontario 



THE EXPRESS 

AYI^MER, Ontario 

A FEW LEADING POINTS AS TO WHY IT 
IS A GOOD PAPER TO ADVERTISE IN 




I— It is a clean family paper. 
2— It has a lar^e circulation. 
3 — Its Circulation is sworn to. 
4 — Books and lists are open to 

inspection. 
5— East Elgin cannot be covered 

without it. 
6 — It is read before going on the 

shelf, 
7— Advertisers seldom quit using 

it. 
8 — Subscribers seldom stop it. 
9 — It gives good results. 
10 — Rates not cheap but low for 

circulation. 



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During 1906 the 

MEDICINE HAT NEWS 

carried more paid 

advertising than any 

other weekly in Alberta 



63,426 inches 



Here is a reason : 

The News has always told the 
truth about its circulation. 
The press room and subscrip- 
tion books of the News are 
open to advertisers. This 
statement eliminates every- 
thing except actual paid 
business. 

THE NEWS 
Medicine Hat, Alberta 



The E^anville 
Leader 

Has flourished as has 
no other paper in 
Eastern Ontario 

And the reason is : 

It is Neat, Clean, 
and Spicy 

Its circulation is 1 ,500, 
and steadily climbing 

A Valuable Advertising Medium 
for the whole of Eastern Ontario 

P. McHUGH Proprietor 







The 

Newmarket 
Era, 

The leading weekly in York County, 
Ontario, recognised as the Official 
Organ, is the best advertising 
medium to reach the reading public. 

L. S. JACKSON, Proprietor 


THe Elmira 
Advertiser 

Elmira, Ont. 

Is read in every house in " E)nterprising 
Elmira," and in every surrounding farm- 
house (with very few exceptions in each 
case). Circulation of excellent quality. 

Growing in circulation and popularity. 

Published twice each week. Write for 

sample. 

C. W. SCHIERHOLTZ, Proprietor 








Clifford Clifford. 
E'Xpress *'"' 

Home Paper in Four Counties, — 

Wellington, Huron, Grey, Bruce 
Circulates largely in an intelligent 
German Agricultural Community 

J. R. AITCHISON. 

Ptiblistier 


Keep in touch with Western Canada's 
Development by advertising in the 

Vcgrcvillc 
Observer 

A Hustling Paper in a Hustling Town 
Ever Increasing Circulation 

A. L HORTON - Publisher 

VEGREVILLE, ALBERTA 



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The oldest news- 

^ paper in Canada ^ 

is "The Gazette" 

established 1778. 


Cbe 6azem 

MONTREAL 


'I'he only English 
Morning Daily in 
* Montreal is "The '^ 
Gazette." 



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THE NEIVSPAPERS COVERING 
CENTRAL NOVA SCOTIA 

A constituency of over 200,000 well-to-do and 
prosperous people, are : 

THe Truro Daily News 

Bight pages, I3.00 a year, most influential and up-to-date 
Daily in Nova Scotia, outside of Halifax City. 

Circulation 1,000 

TKe Truro Weekly News 

Sixteen pages and up, |i.oo a year, regularly the largest 
paper in the Province. 
Sivorn Circulation tKis year 6,500 

An opportunity to quote rates on all advertising to be placed in Nova Scotia Papers is 
solicited. Affidavit of circulation, copies of papers, etc., gladly furnished, and mailing lists 
open to advertisers for investigation. 

Job Printing Office in connection with papers, from which high class printing and 
advertising calendars are turned out for All parts of the Maritime Provinces. 

News Publishing Co. Ltd., 39 Prince Street, Truro, N.S. 



Cbe Crenton Courier 



TRENTON 
ONT. 



meekly 



Established 
1866 



Trenton is a busy manufacturing town 
and is the business centre for a fine 
ag^ricultural country and the rich 
mineral district of North Hastings. 
The Courier is the leading local news- 
paper of the town and surrounding 
townships . 



Clarence G. Young, 



Publisher 



AYLMER. REVIEW 

is the only English Paper with an 

office in Wright County. 

The leading families read it. 

Its Circulation is choice. 

It pays Advertisers who use its columns. 

THAT'S ENOUGH. 
MII,I,IONS PUBIvISHES IT— 



R. A. MILLIONS 



We oi:\ly deskl 
witH Reliable 
Advertisers 



AYI^MER, P.Q. 



THE 


ORILLIA NEWS LETTER 


• ■ 


A Somewhat Different Newspaper. 






An excellent Advertising 


Mediunn, 






covering an excellent 


territory. 




Published by CURRAN BROS. 


ORILLIA, 


Ont. 



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FACSIMILE OF COVER DESIGN 

II.LUSTR.i\TION IS CHANGED EACH ISSUE 




Hon. John Dryden, Ex-Minister of Agriculture for Ontario, President, 
Mr. Wm. Smith. Pres. Ontario Horse Breeders' Association, Vice-President. 
Mr. F. W. Hodson, E)x-Dominion I^ive Stock Commissioner, Man. Director, 

The Farming World is an illustrated journal printed on good paper and issued in 

magazine form. It reaches the better class of farmers, stock breeders and 

dairymen throughout Canada. Each issue contains many articles 

of interest to all membrrs of the family. 



Editorial and Business Offices 

506, 507, 508 Temple Building 

TORONTO, CANADA 



The advertising of reliable 
firms only is accepted. 



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Uf}e 



Daily and 



Weekly 

Woodstock Express 



The 

Woodstock 
Express 
Printing 
Co., Limited 



ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN 
THE BEST COUNTY IN ONTARIO 
— THE RICH AGRICUI^TURAL 

COUNTY OF OXFORD ::: ::: ::: 



Woodstock, 



Ontario 



Cbe 



eimira Signet 

thoroughly covers one of the 
wealthiest districts in Ontario. 
There is money here where- 
with to buy. 

Get your share by advertising 
in the SIGNET. 



fiieo. KHnck* Editor and Pub. 

E:I^MIB.A, - ONTARIO 



THE WATCHMAN 

T^OR 17 years the Weekly Watchman has kept 
-*- the lead in Prince Edward Island as an adver- 
tising medium, because it keeps the manu- 
facturers, merchants and consumers in the 
closest touch, and has a permanent, profitable 
and reliable clientele which is sought by all who 
desire to transact profitable business. 

Advertising rates furnished on application, 
when class of advertising desired 
is specified. 
Address 

WATCHMAN PUBLISHING CO. 

Box 1287 GHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. 



r 



^fye Established 1850 

Carletoi\ Place Herald 



n 

I 



8 Pages The leading local Paper in the Junction Town. 

48 Columns Gives special prominence to local 

and district affairs. 



ONT. 



I 



A First-Class Advertising Medium 
Subscription Price, $1.00 a year in advance. 



W. H. (®. S. J. ALLEN 

Proprietors 



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vue 



Now in its 43rd year of 
publication. .*. .'. .*. 
Canadian Folklore, 
History, Art, etc. 



Re 

Canadienne 



^ A Monthly Magazine of 112 pages, profusely 
illustrated, published in Montreal in the French 
language, under the direction of M. Alphonse 
Leclaire, 290 University Street. 



$3.00 a Year 



^ All the principal French Canadian writers 
during the last forty years have been or are 
contributors to La Revue Canadienne, and it is 
the most complete collection of Canadian 
Literature that can be had for either a private 
or public library. 

^ " In December last," says The Nation, of 
New York, in its issue of January 24th, 1907, 
*'the REVUE CANADIENNE completed its 
forty- second year, a remarkable record for a 
colonial periodical with only a very limited 
field to appeal to. 

^ " In the character of its historical, critical and 
descriptive articles it is far ahead of any other 
review published at any time in Canada." 



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Deutsche post 



(©crman J)ost 



(£BtabiiQ\\cb 1902 



Progress in 


Circulation 


1903 .. 


.. 600 


1904 .. 


.. 775 


1905 .. 


.. 950 


1906 .. 


.. 1,150 



PEMBROKE, ONT. 

The " Deutsche Post " is the only German "Weekly Newspaper 
in Eastern Ontario and Quebec, and a first class adver- 
tising medium to reach the German settlements 
of this part of the country. 

OUR FIELD 

RENFREW COUNTY : Pembroke, Golden Lake, Killaloe, Palmer Rapids, 
Eganville, Renfrew, Arnprior, Denbigh, Bancroft. 
OTTAWA, MONTREAL, LADYSMITH, QUE. 
PARRY SOUND DISTRICT. NEW ONTARIO. 



OUR AIM 

The German Post in Every German Home ! 

B. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Publisher and Editor 



Published every Thursday 
Subscription Price, |i,oo 



Select 



The 

Gravenhurst 

Herald 



as one medium for your 
next campaign 

IT WILL PAY YOU 
IT WILL PAY US 



■pi^ " The Hub of Essex County " 

ESSEX FREE PRESS 

BRETT & AULD 

Proprietors 

Circulates through centre of Essex County. 
The leading paper of the County. 

ESSEX. ONT. 



Prince o41bert 
Times 



Established 
1882 



Advertisers ! 



If you wish to reach the people of 
North Saskatchewan, the Times 
is the leading advertising medium. 



YOUNG <®. LAURIE 
Publishers 



Circulation, 1,285 

PRINCE ALBERT 
SASK. 



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Over 

200,000 Readers 




One reason why advertisers pre- 
fer religious papers is that they 
give access to a good class of 
families. Another reason is, this 
access is chosen by these families. 
They like their papers and 
believe in them. You are well 
introduced. 

THE CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN 
is the official organ of over a 
million wide-awake Methodists. 
Best mail order medium in 
Canada. 



The Christian 

Guardian Toronto 



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I 



Daily 
$3.00 
per 
year 



BELLEVILLE 

ONTA.RIO 

-;^We make the only accurate sworn circulation state- 
ment of any Belleville Paper. 

Our Daily covers more than two-thirds of the city. 

Our Weekly goes throughout Hastings and part of 
Prince Edward County. 

We guarantee with our combined issues 1,500 more 
subscribers than any other paper in Hastings Coiinty. 

Advertisers in using The Intelligencer, either Daily 
or Weekly, will get results and will not be deceived. 

C. J. BOWE.LL 

PublisKer 



Q*/^%V^^^4vA^W\/i«tM«/)/Wi 



Weekly 

$1.00 

per 

year 






Die Deutsche 

Rundschau 

R e G 1 N A 

is the only German paper in the 
new Province of Saskatchewan, 
It has a large circulation in Sas- 
katchewan, Alberta and "Western 
Manitoba. You cannot reach the 
great German population of the 
Prairie Provinces unless you 
advertise in this paper. 

> : 'i ' ■: 

Independent '^Veekly ' 
$1.00 a year. 

J. K. MdNNIS & SONS 

PUBLISHERS 
P. 0. Box 444 REGINA, SASK. 




|"HE a weekly 

Tribune 

DESERONTO 

ONTARIO 

The only newspaper pub- 
lished in the flourishing 
manufacturing town of 
Deseronto. 

AGOODPUBLICIIY 
OPPORTUNITY 

Publisheps 

Deseronto News Co. 

LIMITED 



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A Provincial Weekly 
Covering the whole of Alberta 

As a high clasa Weekly Journal of news and comment 
published in the Capital of Alberta it goes into the homes of 
the substantial people of town and country alike. 

It Reaches the Business Man. 
It Reaches the Housekeeper. 
It Reaches the Professional Man. 
It Reaches the Farmer. 



Its departments devoted io politics, society, athletics and 
investments have made a name for it far and wide. J 

It is the official organ of the Alberta Farmers' Associ- 
ation, and goes into the homes of all the members of this, 
the representative Agricultural Organization of the Province. 

Printed on Book Paper, and suitably illustrated from 
week to week, it has the best typographical appearance as 
well as maintaining the highest standard of literary excellence 
of any journal in Western Canada. , 



I 



Published by 

The News Publishing Company 

EDMONTON, ALBERTA 

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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



f Cbe mcstern municipal news 



i 



6ct our 

Jldpcrtisind 

Kates 



is the only publication devoted to 

municipal matters in Manitoba, 

Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

It is also read by many School 

Trustees, as a section is devoted 

to school matters. 

No other publication covers this field 

so well as does 

The Western Municipal News. 



Our lists are 

open to 

inspection 



Cbe mnison Stationery Co., Cimitca 

222-224 mcDeriflot $t. minnipeg, £m. 



Petroiia Jiaoertiser 

and C^anadian Oil Journal 

The newsiest and best weekly 

paper published in 

Lambton County. 

GOES INTO THE 
BEST HOMES IN 
THE COUNTY 

Gives better results to Advertisers 

than any other medium 

west of London. 

SEND FOR RATE CARD 



The Only Paper 

Piiblislied in 
]>igby, M^ova Seotia 

THE 

DIGBY WEEKLY 
COURIER 

ESTABLISHED 1874 
Published Fridays 

The only way to reach all the homes 
all the time. A large circulation among 
an excellent class of readers. 

Advertising ratei are high, and do not 
ask for special position, but a trial adrer- 
tisement will convince any firm that 
THE COURIER is one of the most pro- 
fitable advertising mediums in Nora 
Scotia. 

O. S. DrJKHAM 

Editor and Manager 



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YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT 

FORT WILLIAM 



7» 



Where Sail Meets Rail- 
Where Manitoba and the W^est empty their 

Grain Bags into Vessels for all parts of 

the World— 
The Battlefield of Business for all the great 

Financial Men of Canada — 
Where Manufacturers are Locating — 
Where 100,000 h.p. of Electrical Energy is 

being developed — 
The Big Point on the map for the Kings of 

Transportation — 
W^here People are Flocking and Everybody 

is Making Money — 

We want you to know that 

TinES=JOURNAL 

" Covers Fort William like the Noon-day 
Sun," and is unquestionably the best medium 
for the advertiser in this growing Commer- 
cial Centre. 

The Superior PrintingCo. 

^Tort'arthur fort WILLIAM Limited 



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€stablisb«d 

IS92 



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Published 
Ulcekly 



D AIMEBROG 



OTTAIVA, ONT. 



the: only DANISH JOURNAL 
IN CANADA 

THe Danes in Cstnadai number at 
tl\e present time over 20,000, and 
•*Tl\e Danebrog" reacHes every 
settlement from coast to coast. 



C. MEYER, J. P. 



Editor and PublisHer 



kt§0M0^i0m$f0im0f^t^imM^^^f9$N^^tfHm^mfmM0^m 



Cbe Bruce Rerald 



ESTABLISHED 1861 



The leading Conservative 
Paper in Bruce County. 
Subscription list hangs in 
public office. 

Walkerton is surrounded 
by a prosperous farmiiig 
community. 

We sell space and circu- 
lation at reasonable rates. 
Correspondence with this 
office will receive a 
prompt reply. 

CIRCUIyATION 2,300 



L^H. McNamara 
EdJlor and i?roprietor 



WALKERTON 

ONTARIO' 



I p Politics, Literature, News 

*^*-^ SUNDAY EDITION 

BULLETIN 

The only French Sunday Paper 

which publishes the 
LATEST SPORTING NEWS 

Sold everywhere at 2 cents per copy 

105-109 Ontario Street Cast, MONTREAL 



LE CANARD 

ESTABLISHED IN 1878 

The only French Comic 

Paper in America. 

32 columns of humorous ■■ 
matter every week. 

Sold everywhere at 2 cents per copy. 

1 05-1 09 OnlaTM) Street East, MONTREAL 



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The Charlottetown 

Guardian 

Prince Edward Island's Newspaper 

(Independent) 

Morning Daily (except Sunday) 

$3.00 delivered, $2.00 mailed. 

Weekly, now Rural Daily 

(excei)t Sunday) 9 1 .00 mailed. 

Saturday Dailyv 8 to 24 pages, with 
many special features, 50 cents 
per year mailed. 

All Subscriptions in Advance. 

The only Provincial Paper Printed 
on a Web Perfecting Press. 

THE MORNING DAILY circulates prin- 
cipally in the cities and towns of the Pro- 
vince (including Summerside with 4.000 
people) about one-third of each issue distri- 
buting in the villages and throughout the 
country districts. 

THE RURAL DAILY (formerly a Weekly) 
circulates almost wholly in the country 
districts of the Province, reaching an 
entirely different class of readers from that 
of THi MORNING DAILY. 
The guaranteed circulation of the 
Morning Daily for 1907 is at least 
3,00O and for the Rural Daily at 
least 4,000. 

THE GUARDIAN'S BRANCH 
OFFICES in all the important centres 
throughout the Province, and general news, 
special features. Illustrations, and modern 
equipment make it the only live Provincial 
paper, metropolitan in style and makeup. 
Its advertising rates, circulation considered, 
are by far the lowest, and it carries a much 
greater amount of local and general adver- 
tising, considering its field, than any other 
paper in America. 

It reaches the influential and wealthy class 
and is read by everybody. 

ALL HOME PRINT. 
The Home of the Charlottetown Guardian is a three storey grey stone front 
building on Grafton Street opposite tlie Post otBce and Queen Square Gardens, and in 
the heart of the citv. The wide granolitliic sidewalk in front is the most popular pro- 
menade in the city. It is THE ONLY PAPER in Prince Edward Island that sells its 
space at a Flat Rate, and that from day to day publishes and guarantees its circulation, 
advertising its circulation books open to everybody. There is no secret about Its out- 
put. . The management will furnish any and every appliciint with a permit to enter its 
press and mailing rooms at any liour day or night, and see for themselves the number 
of papers actually printed and mailed. 
A Guaranteed Average Circulation for I 907 of at least 7,000 per day. 

Sample copies, advertising rates and sworn statements of circulations 
furnished upon application. 




J. P. HOOD, Advertising Mgr. 



F. R. NEWSOM, Subscription Mgr. 



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Largest Circii[ation of any Canadian Daily In City of less than 35,000 people 




1^^ IStahifori (^positxrr. 



A /Ift"^ SWORN AVERAGE CIRCULATION OF THE DAILY EXPOSITOR A Af\1 

H-,^U3 PROM JANUARY '06 TO JANUARY 07 ^,^U3 



The Erin 
Advocate 



Established 

1875 



The oldest and best local 
newspaper in East Welling- 
ton. It publishes all the 
local news of interest. It 
has the largest circulation. 
Its advertising rates are the 
lowest per 1,000 circulation. 
.It is a weekly visitor to 
nearly all the well-to-do 
farmers in East Wellington, 
and covers the townships 
of Erin, Caledon, Eramosa, 
and East Garafraxa. 



W. HULIv 

Proprietor 



J. HOUSTON 

Manager 



ERIN, ONTARIO 



Le Canada- Francais 

ST. JOHNS, P.Q. 

The largest circulated and most influential 

French country paper in the 

Eastern part of the 

Province of Quebec. 

ESTABIylSHED IN i860 

GABRIEL MARCHAND, Editor and Prop. 



Georgetown Herald 

Geor^etovirn, Ont. 

THE HERAIvD'S CIRCULATION 

COVERS THIS ENTIRE 

DISTRICT. 



A Splendid 
Advertiser 



R.. D. "Warren 

PUBWSHER 



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Kings County l^ecord 



Sworn 
Circulation 

1906-2,141 



The Leading Weekly of New Brunswick. 
Circulates in the richest district in the 

Province. 
Carries more high-class advertising than 

any other weekly in New Brunswick. 
Goes into the home and sells the goods. 



THE MARITIME PUBLISHING 
COMPANY, LIMITED 



SUSSEX, N,B. 



TShQ 



EstablisHed 1591 



Municipal World 

THE ONI.Y INFLUENTIAL CLASS ADVER- 
TISING MEDIUM FOR REACHING 
MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS AND 
COUNCILLORS OF 
ONTARIO. THE 
CIRCULATION 
COVERS THE 
WHOLE 
FIELD. 

PublisKers 

TKe MUNICIPAL WORLD Limited 

ST. THOMAS, ONT. 



Published 
Monthly in 
the interests of 
the Municipal 
Institutions of 
Ontario, 



We carrry the most 

complete list of 

Blank Form Books 

and other supplies 

required by the 

Municipal 

Officers. 

The Trade supplied. 



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The Maritime Farmer 

"IS A MIGHTY GOOD FARM PAPER" 

Writes an enthusiastic subscriber. 

It's a mighty ^ood advertising medium, too, in the opinion 
of many of the largest Canadian Advertisers. Send for a 
sample copy of it before making up your list. 



PUBLISHED AT 



SUSSEX, NEW BRUNSWICK, 

COVERS THE THREE MARITIME PROVINCES 



The Beaver 

N A P A N E E, ONTARIO 

The Best Weekly in Ontario 
East of Toronto. 

SWORN CIRCULATION 

3,809 

Covers Lennox and Addington 

and stands without a 

rival in its field. 

If you want to reach Napanee 

and the rich farming country 

around it you nnust use 

"The Beaver." 

Write for rates 
WM. TEMPLETON, Proprietor 



To reach the most Intelligent and well-to-do 

residents of South Norfolk and W^est 

Haldimand you must advertise in 

The Maple Leaf 

PORT DOVER, ONI. 

It is read by the farming, fruit- 
growing, fishing and manufactu- 
ring interests and by thirty or 
forty thousand summer visitors. 
Local interests given special 
attention. Rates on application 
and very reasonable. 



Le Canad 



Chatham 



anaaien <>"'• 

Circulates in the Provinces of 
Ontario and Quebec and in 
Michigan, U.S.A. 

The official French Weekly for Kent 
County and the District of London. 

6 toio pages, devoted to Politics and 
Agriculture, Religion and Literature. 

J. G. DUVAL, Manager. 



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The Western Home Monthly 



Winnipeg, Canada 



LITERARY AND HOUSEHOLD 



^ edited to interest every member of the family, 
with artistic cover in colors, new cover design each 
issue. Circulation 35,000 guaranteed : 27,000 in 
farm homes, 8,000 additional in small towns and 
hamlets west of Winnipeg in the great Canadian west. 



Circulation Statement 


Sworn 


1906. 


Month 




January . . 


. 35,000 


February , 


. 36,500 


IVIarch . . 


. 34,500 


April . . . 


. 34,900 


May . . . 


. 35,000 


June . . . 


. 35,500 


July . . . 


. 35,750 


August . . 


. 35,250 


September . 


. 35,400 


October . . 


. 35,450 


November . 


. 35,700 


December . 


. 36,500 


TOTAL . 


. 425,450 


Average . . 


. 35,454 



Advertising Rates: 

1 000 or more lines to be used within 

one year, I cents per agate line. 
Less than 1 000 lines. 1 2c. per line. 
Size of page 1 H x 1 4 inches. 
Width of column 2 Vs; length I 3 inches; 

4 columns to page. 
Forms close 20th preceding month- 
Published 1 §( of every month. 



Western Home Monthly, 

Winnipeg, Canada 



ESTABLISHED 1899. 



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In 

Western Canada 

Every German 

Reads 

"Der Nordwesten 



It is the only German 

farm paper in a country 

where one out of every 

five farmers is a 

German. 

If you want the trade 

of the Germans in 

Western Canada, speak 

to them through the 

columns of 

" DER NORDWESTEN." 



SWORN CIRCULATION 
10,507 WEEKLY 



Advertising Rates and sample copies sent 
upon request. 



Der Nordwesten Pub. Co. 

Box 25 i,imite;d 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 



McLean Bros. 

Publishers 



THE HURON 
EXPOSITOR 



The Leading Weekly and 
Family Paper in Western 
Ontario. 

Largest circulation of any 
paper in the District. 
Unsurpassed as an Adver- 
tising Medium. 



Sworn Circulation 
Rates on application. 



4,080 



PARIS, Canada 

Paris is a ready money town. More wages 

paid weekly than in any other town 

the same size in Canada Its 

people buy freely and 

THE REVIEW 

goes iuto a nifijority o the homes in town 

and vicinity. Paris is tke best town 

in the Dominion to live in, the 

best to advertise in, and the 

Review is its best paper. 

Population 4,000- Circulation 1,100. 



THE MOUNT FOREST 
REPRESENTATIVE 



Established 

1885 



Recently enlarged to eight columns, 
eight pages. 

IT LEADS— Circulation guaranteed the largest 
in North Wellington and South Grey. 



Issued every 
Thursday morning 



J. A. LAMBERT 

^itor and Proprietor 



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NOVA SCOTIA 



The Weymouth Gazette 



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Rates 

average but 
$5 per inch 
per year 



It is conceded by the best authorities 
to be one of the best local newspapers 
published in Nova Scotia, and it 
thoroughly covers the central part of 
Digby County, one of the best lumber- 
ing and fishing Counties in Canada. 



JAMES J. ^VALLIS, Editor and Manager 



The Beacon celebrated its Jubilee 
by the erection of a new building- 
three stories high, with 46 feet 
frontage on Ontario Street, a n d 
equipped with every requisite for 
publishing a first class paper. 



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rif ty-two Years of Progress 

THE STRATFORD 

Daily Bkacon 8 pages] The Leading 
Wkly. Beacon 16 pages > Papers in the 
K S TA B L I S H E D 1855 j District. 

(Guaranteed average circulation, 1906, 
DAILY 1,800 WEEKLY 2,300 

The Daily Beacon is a 2 cent paper and 
has a clien'tele that can afford to buy 
advertised goods of good quality. It is 
circulated by carriers on the day of pub- 
lication in the following towns adjacent 
to Stratford :— St. Marj's, Mitchell, Tavi- 
stock, Shakespeare, New Hamburg. 
Sebringville, Milverton and Listowel, and 
to numerous other points by mail. 

Advertisers need it to cover this field. 
Rates reasonable and careful attention 
given to display and arrangement of 
pages. 




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CAN'T THIN DOWN BLACK PAINT 

You can't thin down black paint so it will paint white. If your 
principles and methods are wrong all the good advertising you can 
do won't gloss them over and conceal the ugly scratches. 

Skilful advertising in good magazines pays. But it is necessary 
to choose your medium. Some have more pulling power than others. 

Does your advertising pay ? Does it appeal to the right class of 
people ? Do you want to reach a class who are loyal to their adver- 
tisers ? Advertise in the 



Western 



I Sportsman 



and grow up witli the country. A high-class Magazine. 
Largest circulation among sportsmen in the West. 

A comparatively new field. 
All eyes are on Western Candaa. 
Get in here while the field is ripe . 
Following the other fellow is like following 
the races— you never get ahead. 




Advertising rates on 
application 



WESTERN SPORTSMAN CO. 



Union Bank Building 
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA 



CHURCH 
WORK 

Halifax, N.S. 

Facts for Jtdvertisers 



I— The only Church of England paper in 
the Maritime Provinces. 

2— Readers include nearly all the clergy 
and most of the influential laity. 

3— It has a growing circulation. Feb. '06 
it was 2,200— Feb. '07 it was 3,200— Feb. 
'08 it should be 5,000. 

^ — Circulation sworn to and books open 
to inspection of Advertisers. 

5 — Advertisements of an objectionable 
character are refused. 



6— lyive reading matter on every page 

-Well printed fand 
calendered paper, 



7— Well printed f and illustrated) on finely 
" de ' 



Port €olborne Cintes 



Covers the District 
CDorougMy 

Jill ])Ottie Print 

Kates on 
application 



geo.3.lB<li,Prop. p^rf CClDCmC, Ollt. 



The Gananoquc 

1^ J Covers the town of 

KCDOrtCr Gananoque, Ont., 

^^p and surrounding 

territory within a radius of ten miles, 
circulating at the following post offices — 
Lansdowne, Wilstead, Rockport, Sand 
Bay, Warburton, Ivy Lea, Tilley, Mel- 
combe, Seeley's Bay, Berryton, Ellisville, 
South Lake, Tkylor, Leeds, Thousand 
Islands Junction, Willetsholme, D'Arcy. 



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CANADA FIRST 

MAGAZINE 



MEETS THE ONE 
who will be LOOK- 
ING FOR YOU 

whether you use a 
quarter, half or a 
w^hole page ^0^ >i0 
BECAUSE it goes 
into the best Cana- 
dian homes from the 
cAtlantic to the 
Pacific ^ ^ ^ 



Sample copy and rates on application 

CANADA FIRST 

I.IMITCD 
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Port Arthur's 



The 



Population 

Increased from 6,000 in 1904 
to 10,206 in 1906 



EveningChronicle's 

Circulation 

Increased from 750 in 1904 
to 1,700 in 1906 

Showing that the paper has more than kept pace with the growth 
of the city. Only Reliable Agencies are dealt with, and they always 
recommend The Evening Chronicle in Port Arthur. 

Rates Chekrfui^ly Furnished — Sampi^e Copies on Appucation ' 



London, 



Ont. 



THe Circulation of tHe | 

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is equal to the combined 
circulation in London of 
any two other newspapers. 
The only weekly paper in 
London, we reach the 
buying classes by such 
features as the Society 
and Musical Columns, 
Women's Page, Front 
Page, criticism of Current 
Events, etc. 

Established for 28 years. 

A. TALBOT (Sl CO. 
PtiBlisKerSt L«on<lon» Os&tt 



ADVERTISERS 

can best reach the well-to-do 
farmers and residents of East 
THE York through one paper, 

Markham Economist 

ESTABLISHED 1 856 

Leads in Circulation, Prestige, 
and all that goes to make a 
popular newspaper, 

CORSON & SON, Publishers 



Port l)00d Greetings 

The People's Paper 

Largest Circulation in Inverness County, 

N. S. 

Eight Pages— No Boiler Plate 

One Dollar a Year 

mc£c4n $ mcmil, proprietors 



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OUTDOOR 



CANADA 



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is a monthly magazine, which — as 
its name implies — is devoted to 

E-very Feature of Out- 
door Life in Canada 

It has a most satisfactory and con- 
tinually increasing mailing list from 
coast to coast of the Dominion and 
finds ready entrance into all Home 
Circles. 



A.S an A.dvertising Meditim "Outdoor 
Canada" is Unexcelled for reacKing 
Lovers of Outdoor I^ife and Sport. Jk 



— PUBLISHED BY THE — 

CANADIAN NEWSPAPER 
COMPANY LIMITED 
TORONTO - - CANADA 



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establisDed 



Cbe Canadidit Druggist 

The Recognised Organ of the Wholesale and Retail Drug Trade of Canada 
Read what Advertisers- say — all unsolicited 



BARBER & EI^I^IS, Toronto :— 

"We can trace to the advertising in 
your Magazine a greater number ol in- 
quiries than to any other trade paper."— 
"It is with a great deal of pleasure that 
we express the very satisfactory results 
that we secured through advertising in 
your Journal." 



R. S. WII^IvIAMS & CO. :— 

" Unquestionably in our estimation 
the "Druggist" is one of the best 
Canadian Magazine advertising mediums, 
not only in regard to the quantity of 
results, but also as to the high quality 
of these results." 



The Canadian Druggist, 1 5 Toronto St., Toronto, Canada 



Cbe Canadian l)arne$$ and Carriage Journal 



ESTABLISHED 1892 



The only Journal published in Canada in the interest of these trades. 
Covers the entire Dominion throughout all the Provinces. 
An excellent advertising medium and moderate rates. 

The Canadian Harness and Carriage Journal, Toronto, Can. 



Advertisers 

wishing to reach the people of the 
central counties of New Brunswick 

should use 

The Herald, 

Fredericton, N.B. 

The Daily Herald 

Eight pages, seven columns to the 
page, is published every evening and 
IS read in nearly every home in 
Predericton and vicinity. 

Circulation 800 (sworn) 
The Twice-a-Week Herald 

Thoroughly covers all the central 
counties of New Brunswick. 

Circulation 1,750 (sworn) 

Sample copies and advertising rates 
on application. 

Herald Printing & Pnblishing Co., 

LTD. 
-W. K. C. PARLEE MANAGEEf 



Xhe ... Established in 1871 

Renfrew Mercury 

Publishes more original matter than any 
other paper in the Ottawa Valley. All home 
print. Clean in matter and up-to-date in ap- 
pearance. None but clean advts. accepted. 
Reaches the solid people of Renfrew County. 
Advertising rates moderate for the service given. 

Subscription $1.25 a year. 

SMALLFIELD & SON. Publishers. 
Renfrew, Ont. 



'^*'^ Haldimand 
Banner """^T''' 

A bright, clean, newsy paper, circulating in one 

oithe richest farming and fruit growing 

sections of Ontario. 

An excellent advertising medium, because its 

readers are well-to-do, discriminating buyers. 

The Banner is thriving and its circulation is 

growing rapidly. Send for sample copy and rates. 

A. T. Mitchell, Publisher 



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CANADA'S FARM MACHINERY MAGAZINE 



E. H. HEATH CO., LTD. 



PUBLISHERS 



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Advertisers desiring to reach the 

Mining Population of Cape 

Breton should Advertise 

in the 

Sydney Mines 

QJj.—j^^-^ the cnly paper pubHshed 
O L^JT in Sydney Mines. 

To reach Cape Breton generally the 

Cape Breton 
Enterprise 

published at North Sydney, should 
be the medium. 

Others may claim a larger circulation — 
we claim a larger home circulation. 

Enterprise Publishing Co. 

J. S. macdonald, manager 



^he 



news-Record 

CLINTON, ONTARIO 



AS the most up-to-date 
newspaper plant in 
Western Ontario, out- 
side the cities, with complete 
electric service, typesetting 
machines, etc. Published 
in the centre of the rich and 
populous county of Huron, and 
circulating extensively, adver- 
tisers have found that it pays to 
use its columns. 

01. 3. mitcbcll, !.«?- 



^f>e 



"DIPPER" 



35,000 "^^ 

affidavit circulation 

—all in Ottawa. 

Best Advertising 

Medium in the 

city— issued 

Fridays. 

Write for rates to 

The Kuhn Bros. 

OHAWA ONT. 



LA TRIBUNE 

ST. HYACINTHE, QUE. 

Weekly 8 pages Established i888i 

The Best Advertising Medium j 
in the District 

SUBSCRIPTION li.oo PER ANNUM ' 

Advertising rates sent on request j 

A. DENIS, Publisher! 



TKe Oxford 
Tribune 



Ingersoll 
Ont. 



ESTABLISHED 1873 

Enjoys a circulation unequalled in the most 

progressive section of Ontario, and is 

unexcelled as an advertising medium. 

Rates on.application. 

E. L. SMITH C& SON» Proprietors. 



Reaching Business Men 

If your advertising is intended to reach 
the business public of Western Canada, 
your aim can be best attained by using 

Waghorn's Guide 

\iriNNIPEG 

It's the business man's ready reference 
and the traveller's friend — spread by 
Rail, Stage, Ocean and I^ake in over 
100,000 copies yearly. Published monthly. 

R. G. STINSON, Manager 



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30,000 

Farmers know a good thing, and 
pay $1.50 a year for the 



Mailing list open 
to inspection 



Farmer's c^dvocate 

and Home Magazine t 

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Advertisers admit it is the best 
advertising medium in Canada. 
Oldest, largest, most widely 
circulated Agricultural Journal 
in the Dominion. 






The William Weld 
Co., Limited 
London, Ont. 





The Dailjr 

average for the week ending 
April 27 3 ggg 




Paid Circulation over 4 times that of 
any Daily in the city. Only Daily in 
the District enjoying full Associated 
Press News Service. 

See Sworn Circulation Statement 1 
in Gazeteer, | 

1, 




THE ST 

ST. CATHARIN 




INDARD 

? ONTARIO 






St. Catharines City - - 2,256 

Thorold 398 

Merriton - - - - - 270 
Port Dalhousie . - - 143 
Niagara Falls, Ont. - - 365 
Niaeara-on-Lake - - - 116 
Homer and Virgil - - 40 
Post Offices in District - 64 
Post Offices in Canada - 244 
Total - 3,896 




THE TWICE-A-WEEK 
STANDARD 

Reaches fruit growers and farmers 
the rich Niagara District within t 
distance of 12 miles and has over 1 ,00< 
circulation. You cover the Niagars 
District when you use the Standard 


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^ NEWSPAPER UNION LIST 



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Comprising 

75 First-Ciass Weekly Papers 

Sworn Circulation for 1906, 2,859,598 
Weekly Average - - - 55,000 

This list is used by many of the largest advertisers in Canada 
and the United States. For Rates and list address 



HAMILTON 
Hamilton 



NEWSPAPER 



UNION 
Canada 



^iUiUiiUUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUE? 



You cannot cover 



Peterborough 
City and County 



unless you use 
THE 



Examiner 

Daily and Weekly 




Sworn Circulation 
Advertising Rates on application 



iSi Progress = enterprise 

EuncwbMrg n.S. 

Circulates in a large farming 
and fishing constituency, among 
people who have money to spend. 
Advertisers get best results by 
using its columns. 
Eight pages — All Home Print 

Progress - Enterprise Co., Cfa« 



The 

Wallaceburg 
J\letvs 

completely covers the finest district*of 

Ontario — Kent and Lambton Counties. 

Circulation large and rapidly increasing. 

lyOcal Advertisers 
speak highly of its advertising value. 

Colwell Bros. 



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The 



The Biggest, Best, Cleanest, most Progressive 
and Reliable Newspaper published in Alberta 

Able, Alive, Alert, Always Ahead 



Calgary 

Morning Albertan 



Advertisers who are buying space in Alberta 
Newspapers are entitled to know — in fact, 
should insist on knowing — the exact quantity 
and quality of the circulations they are getting. 

The Morning Albertan does not require that 
you buy advertising in its columns bfindly. To 
know the quantity of a circulation is important. 
To know the quality is of vastly greater im- 
portance . 

The Morning Albertan has the largest bona 
fide circulation of any newspaper published in 
Alberta. 

Local Advertisers recognize and appreciate 
these facts. 

Recognized leading authority on City and 
Provincial affairs. 

Most complete news service on foreign affairs. 

No obscene or objectionable news items or 
advertising matter permitted in its columns. 

A Family Newspaper for father, mother, 
daughter and son. 



Send for Rate 
Card 



The 



Albertan Publishing Co. 

Limited 

Calgary - * - Alberta 



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IN ITS SEVENTY-FOURTH YEAR 

The Kingston Whig 

maintains the only general circulation in Eastern Ontario 
Front. Records published regularly in Newspaper Direc- 
tories ; books open to all. The circulation, averaged for the 
nine months ending April 30th, 1907, was 



4128 DAILY 



6024 WEEKLY 



The issues of all other Kingston papers, daily and weekly 
combined, would not exceed 3,500. 

Number of subscribers is true basis of value for advertising, 
but the WHIG has quality in Circulation also. Kingston 
has 3,671 residences. The Whig is regularly received into 
over 3,200 of these houses. 



The ONTARIO CHURCHMAN 



monthly, is the latest success, 



Circulation over 6,000 



Carlyle 
H erald 

covers the famous 
Moose Mountain 
country thorough- 
ly, from Forget on 
the West toWawota 
on the North and 
Antler on the East. 

Write for a sample copy to 

JARROTT ca, HOLMES 
Carlyle - - - - Sask. 

Guaranteed Circulation 
1.300 Copi«s VTeeKl?^ 



LE QUOTIDIEN 

is the only paper published on that 
side of the St. i,awrence facing 
Quebec. The population is about 
9,000, and with the neighbouring 
villages of St. Romuald, St. David, 
Bienville and l,auzon, the district 
covered by Le Quotidien, contains 
24,000 people. 

I,e Quotidien founded 1879. 

Iv'Hebdomadaire founded 188 1. 

LA COMPAGNIE J. E. MERGER 

PUBLISHERS - - - LEVIS, P.Q. 



$1.00 a y«ar 



Gazette- 



Gazette 
Esfd 

1872 



Amal- 
. gainated 
1892 



Review 



PARKHILL 



The oldest and largest paper, with the largest 
bona-fide circulation in North Middlesex. An 
ideal Country Paper. The best advertising med- 
ium in North Middlesex. New dress and new 
management. 

WILLI An DAWSON, Editor and Proprietor 



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Official statistics show that Huron 
County is in respect of agiicultural 
wealth the SECOND COUN- 
TY IN THE PROVINCE 
OF ONTARIO. 




CODERICH— the county town 
of Huron — is one of the best 
towns in Ontario, and is known 
far and wide as a growing and 
progressive centre. 







To reach the best people of Godcrich and the County 
of Huron, advertisers should use the columns of 

The Goderich Signal 

Established 1848. 
The popular paper of the district, with 
a constantly growing circulation. 

Vanatter & Robertson, PubiisKers 

GODERICH, ONTARIO 







The TRIBUNE 

CAMPBELLTON, N. B. 

CHAS. S. O. CROCKKTT, Pubwshkr 

Issued every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 
afternoons. Subscription |i.oo per annum, Six 
months, 6oc. Three months, 40c. 

Extensive Circulation in Restigouche and 
Gloucester Counties. N.B. and Bonaventure and 
Gaspe Counties, P.Q., as these counties are de- 
pendent upon Campbellton papers for home 
news. 

Advertising Rates cheerfully furnished on 
application. 


The Big 
Western List 

Caron Enterprise 
Mortlach News 
Pense Advance 
Sedley Tribune 
Lashburn Record 
Tyvan Signal 
Fleming Review 

All representative pwipers of their town 
and district. No others in the same ter- 
ritory. Places Advertisers in touch with 
over 3,000 homes. Rates on application . 

Subscription to any— |i.oo per anuum. 

THE 

ENTERPRISE PRINTERY 


^^^ Clinton 
New Era 

goes into the best homes in its 
district and is regarded by local 


business men as covering well all 
its territory. 

Robt. Holmes, Publisher 


Printers, Publishers and 
Publicity Creators. 

CARON * «. * SA5K. 



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Fort Frances^ Ont., 

The coming manufacturing centre 
of Western Canada. 60.000 h.p. 
of electrical energy developed. 
Terminus of Northern Pacific and 
Duluth Railways, and on the Main 
Line of the Canadian Northern. 
Best tourist resort in Canada. 



The Times 

covers the entire field. 

Advertisers will find it a splendid 
medium. 

Rates on application. 



J. A. OSBORNE, 

Editor and Publisher 



The 
Miner 



The oldest newspaper in the 
interior of British Columbia. 

All the mining news of 
British Columbia. 
If you have any shares or 
mining interests, or want to 
keep posted on gold, silver 
and copper production, Read 
The Rossland Miner. 
If you want to reach lo.ooo 
consumers — people who buy 
the best that's going — talk to 
them through The Miner, 
published at 

Rossland, 

British Columbia 




T*'« Tillsonburg 
Liberal 

The best advertising medium in the 
rich South Oxford District. Eight 
pages weekly. Subscription list open 
to inspection. Rates on application. 

F. E. ALDRICH - - Publisher 
TILLSONBURG, ONT. 




THE ATHENS, ONT. 
REPORTER 

Athens is the chief educational centre 
of I,eeds County, outside the county 
town, and the students at the high 
and model school have helped extend 
the Reporter's circulation through- 
out the whole county. You are 
invited to test it as an advertising 
medium 

F. DONNELLY - Publisher 




C. CAREY, 

Publisher 8 pages 15 x 22 

48 columns, weekly. 
The " LIGHT " Is a local paper with a big L. 
GET OUR RATES. 



■^"^W^ Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 



Each number contains, besides selections, 
about 12 columns of I^ocal Items, Personal and 
Village Notes, all original and of local interest. 
The LIGHT is read from beginning to end by a 
larger percentage of its readers than any other 
paper. 



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Central Alberta 

Is where Drummers meet 

in large numbers. This is always a 
sure indication that there are good 
business possibilities. They are the 
eyes and ears of the mercantile centres 

and What They Say is 

of great importance to the houses they 
represent or to those who have any- 
thing to sell . 

Large numbers of travellers 

VISIT STETTLER 

regularly and all agree that it 
is the busiest town in Alberta. 

The reason is not hard to find. It is a remark- 
ably rich agricultural district, with inexhaustible 
coal deposits in all directions. It is (and will 
be for years) the terminus of the C. P. R- 
branch East from Lacombe. 

THE 

STETTLER INDEPENDENT 

has a larger exclusive district than any other 
paper in Alberta. It has a field all its own and 
is overlapped by no other publication. Inde- 
pendent in politics, fearless in the expressions 
of its opinions, capably edited and managed, it 
is not at all strange that it has become so 
widely popular. Its first issue appeared on 
June i6th, 1906. April 17th, 1907, its sworn 
circulation had reached 1,350 and was rapidly 
rising when this ad. was written. It contains 
twelve page? of clean, clearly printed home and 
world news, and is what the town prides itself 
on more than anything else. 

Send for Sample Copy and Advertising Rate Card 



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^., Fruit Grower, 

Weekly nyr i x^ i n 1 

Market Gardener & roultryman 

Is the only weekly . . . 

Devoted to the, three great Industries of fruit-growing, market 
gardening and poultry raising : 

Therefore it is a welcome guest weekly in all the homes of Fruit 
Growers, Market Gardeners and Poultrymen. 

IT IS UNIQUE IT IS PRACTICAL 

IT IS WEEKLY 



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^I^A Daily and 
VOV Weekly 

Tngersoll €bronicle 

The Daily Chronicle— established 
in 1867 — is the only daily published 
in IngersoU, and it goes into nearly 
all the homes in the town. It can 
be truthfully said that ' ' it covers 
the field." 

The Weekly Chronicle— estab- 
lished in 1853— contains 12 pages, 
and is read by all progressive far- 
mers in the great cheese district. 

Advertising rates very reason- 
able, and will be cheerfully given 
on application. Sample copies 
supplied when desired. Subscrip- 
tion per annum, Daily ^3.00, 
Weekly $1 .00. 

CDroniclc; Printittd eompanv, 
INGE:R50I.I., Out. 1 


U/>e Baldur 
Gazette 

Baldur - - - Man. 

The only newspaper published in the 
municipality of Argyle. 
It reaches every corner, and it pays to 
use it as an advertising medium. 
Published every Thursday. 

P. F. CURTIS, 

Editor and Proprietor 


SHERBROOKE. P.Q. L"Si-t4tv:,y 

Subscription price |i.oo a year. 

One of the best advertising mediums in the 
Eastern Townships, and the only newspaper 
printed in the French language in the District 
of Saint Francis. Advertising rates furnished 
on application. 

L, A. BELANGER. PUBLISHER 



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A WEEKLY BUDGET OF ARTICLES AND CARTOONS FROM 
THE LEADING JOURNALS AND REVIEWS REFLECTING 
THE THOUGHT OF BOTH HEMISPHERES 

The table of contents for any issue will give an 

advertiser the best idea of what World Wide is 

' like. The current issue when this advertisement 

was written, contained among other articles the 

following : 



Th0 Unrest In India 

Irish View of an Eastern Question 

Lord Cromer's Farewell 

The Irish Bill 

The Soul of the Black 

Dawn of Modern Geography 



Smokeless Cities 

Brennan's Gyroscopic Mono-rail 

All British Mail Route 

OIney and Cowper 

Maxim Gorky's *'Mother" 

Feudal Note in Sir Walter Scott 



SWORN MINIMUM WEEKLY CIRCULATION 
OVER 5,000 COPIES 

Entirely among thinking Canadians of literary tastes. World Wide is essentially 
a reader's paper and offers an uneaualled medium for books, school and other high- 
class advertising. Fine half-tone advertisements a specialty on the cover pages. 

JOHN DOUGALL&SON,Publishers,Witness Block, MONTREAL 



The Qalt Reformer 



DAILY - - WEEKLY 
Leading Liberal Newspaper of the Grand River District 



Thoroughly covers Waterloo 
County and the adjoining con- 
stituencies of. North Brant, 
South Wellington and North 
Wentworth. 



9.150 



The Daily Edition has 

readers each day 

and the Weekly Edition hat 

10,850 readers each week. 






Gait is in the centre of a large and populous district, and is the 

greatest manufacturing city in Canada. Its citizens are wealthy 

and have money for buying and investment purposes. 

Advertisers get best results from the Reformer columns 



The Reformer Printing Co., Limited, 
Publishers and Proprietors 



A. E. BRADWIN, 
Business Manager and Editor 



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A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



I Cbe 6uelpb mercury i 




ESTABI^ISHED 1867 



Average Circlilation 
1907 

2,166 



GUE.LPH, ONT. 



The Mercury is the Leading Paper 
in its city and section, and is the 
only Guelph Paper which puts out 
a detailed statement of circulation. 
The Daily Edition circulates in the 
growing city of Guelph; the 
Weekly in the rich County of 
Wellington and District. The 
population of City and District is 
English Speaking. 



I WEEKLY 

ESTABI^ISHED 1844 

Average Circulation 
1907 

4,850 



ADVERTISERS CAN FIND NO BETTER CLIENTELE 
TO \VHOM TO APPEAL THAN MERCURY READERS 



I 







The Vidette 

Established E. H. GOUGH 

1884 Editor and Manager 

Southern Saskatchewan's 
Weekly 

Advertising Rates on Application 

INDIAN HEAD •"?+?■"■ SASK. 


The Tillsonburg Observer 

v-^-'^^f"! Circulates in 
\ vo?^ 
J., Vo"*" \ three rich 

J^^^^^^^J^ Counties in 
y- — T\ ^""^ o* \ Western 

\ *>-^^ — ^^0^1/ Ontario. 

^"^^ No better 
JOHN LAW & CO. advertising 

field 
TILLSONBURG, ONT. in Canada. 










Herald Press 

General Printers and 
Publishers of the 

Walkerville 

Mc^ralH Walkerville 

nt^r ClIU ONTARIO 


HAILEYBURY 

is the town where the well-to-do 
miners of Cobalt District live, and 
where the buying for the mines 
is done. 

Il' Hailcyburian 

is the paper whose advertising 
columns direct this buying. Put 
your ad. there and get the business. 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



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iVOCATE AND HOME J 

Western Canada's Greatest Agricultural Magazine 

A Paper for the Home and Farm • A Salesman that has won the confident 

of the Advertising world • A Medium with Charader, Personality and Power 



THE 



FAKMER'S • ADVOCATE 

AND HOME JOUKNAL 



WINNIPEG 




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In Sarnia 



For fifty years 

The Canadian 




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I has been the lead- ^ J 
I ing paper in the § 
I district in News, J 


[ Circulation and ] 


[ Advertising J 


[ Patronage. ] 

Every Wednesday 
Morning 


^ Sarnia Canadian Printing 
Company, Limited 





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Maritime 
Baptist 

Maritime Baptist Publishing 
Co., Limited, Publishers 



ST. JOHN, N.I 



CANADA 



The sole orifan of the Baptist 

Convention of the Maritime 

Provinces. 

Every 'Wednesday. 

Established 1838. 

Subscription $1.50. 

Guaranteed Average Circulation 
Exceeds o,000 

16 patres, 3 and 4 columns ; 
lenjfth of columns 14^ inches; 
width 25^ inches. 

E. cTVl. SIPPRELL 

MANAGING DIRECTOR 



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A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



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Le Soleil 

QUEBEC 

Morning and Evening 



ir^r.USTRATED 
I^IBERAL 



ESTABLISHED 
1896 



Successor to L'Electeur, established 1880, 
but suppressed by the Catholic Bishops, 
on account of its stand in favor of Public 
Schools. 

Eight pages, 24 x 17 
daily, 16 or 20 pages 
on Saturdays 



Subscription 



$3.00 



Sworn Circulation Daily, 1 5,320 



Le Soleil 

QUEBEC 

WEEKLY 



II,I,USTRATED 
WBERAI, 



ESTABI<ISHBD 
1896 



Twelve pages, 24 x 17 
Subscription - $1 .00 

THE SOLEIL PUBUSHING CO. 







MARMORA 
HERALD 


The Catholic Record 

LONDON, Out. 

Price of Subscription Published Weekly at 
$2 per annum. 484-486 Richmond St. 


Editor : Rev. George R. Northgraves, A uthor 0/ 
' Mistakes pf Modern Infidels.'''' 




T OCATED in the village of 
^ Marmora, on Crow River, 
two miles from Crow Lake 
Summer Resort. Famous 
Deloro, Cordova, Blairton 
and other Gold and Silver 
mines in the immediate 
vicinity. Large local cir- 
culation and splendid adver- 
tising medium. New plant 
complete, with up-to-date 
equipment for job and com- 
mercial printing. 




Thomas Coffey, Publisher and Proprietor. 

Approved and recommended by the Archbishops 
of Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa, and St. Boniface, 
the Bishops of Hamilton, Peterborough and 
Ogdensburg, N.Y., and the clergy throughout 
the Dominion. 




Two Papers are Better than One 

One rate for two Best Papers 
One set of plates for both 

Cobalt Nu^^ct 
Nipissing Tribune 


HOW^ARD MT. SABINE 1 
E^ditor and Proprietor | 


TRIBUNE PUBUSHING CO., Ltd. 
NORTH BAY - - - - - ONT. 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



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The 

Evening 
Journal 

Daily 



The Railway City's Brightest Daily 

The 

Southern 



THE JOURNAL PRINTING CO. LTD. ^J- 
St. Thomas, Ont. ^ 




Counties 
Journal 

Weekly 



^ F.W. SUTHERLAND 

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The circulation of the Evening Journal increased over 700 between September 
1906. and March. 1907. 

The sworn average circulation for 1906 vpas 2,864. For the last three months 
of the same year, the average v^as 3.119. and it is growing at the rate of 100 a month. 

It pays a third more postage at the St. Thomas post office than any other news- 
paper. 

During December 1906, it carried 3.200 inches more local advertising than any 
other paper. 

You can safely follow the "man on the ground" in the choice of mediums. 



Pres. and Man. Director. 







The Wallaceburg «*"'-- 
"rar- Berald'Record 

The Largest circulation of any 
Paper published in Northern 
Kent. Modern and well 
equipped Job Plant in connec- 
tion. Telephone 103. 

JAMES STREET, WALLACEBURG, ONT- 


Prince Edward Island Is 
a Good Advertising Field 

Its people are mainly 
Agriculturist and 
own their Farms 

Cbe Examiner 

Is publ ished 
every afternoon 
but Sundays at 
$1.00 per Year 

Circulation of at least 
3,000 copies per day 
Guaranteed for 190 7 


w 
Kincardine 

Reporter 


Best Advertising medium in Bruce 


J. J. HUNTER. Proprietor 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising Aoency, Montreal and Toronto 



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AN INTRODUCTION 



By an old and esteemed friend always inspires confidence. If your 
goods are introduced to The Farmers of Ontario by an old-time 
tried and true friend of theirs, it will inspire confidence. Our readers 
know that no immoral, deceptive or swindling advertisements are 
inserted in THE WEEKLY SUN at any price, and that they are thus 
protected. Placing your announcements in The Sun means that your 
wares will be introduced in 

OVER 16,000 PROSPEROUS EARM HOMES 

in Ontario where The Sun is read and treated by its readers as their 
paper. We rfo not believe you can find anywhere to-day cheaper space, 
when you consider the quality and quantity. The Weekly Sun is 
the business paper of the Canadian farmer. 

We will be pleased to send you Advertising Rates 



THE WEEKLY SUN, 



18-20 King: Street West, Toronto, Can. 





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Canadischer Bauernfreund 
and Deutsche Zeitung 

German Weeklies. Oldest 
German publication i n 
Canada. Established in 
1850. 44 years under one 
proprietor. Published by 
German Printing & Publish- 
ing Co. Limited, every 
Thursday. Most popular 
German weekly publication 
in Canada, Also 

Waterioo Daily Citizen 

English. Established in 
1905. Only daily paper in 
large manufacturing town 
of a population of 4,200. 

A. WEIDENHAMMCR, 
Editor and Manager 


Xi\e 

Merrickville 
StSir 

A clean, newsy, interesting local paper, 

in a constituency where the people are 

well to-do and progressive. 

Circulation over !,000 

IN THE COUNTIE