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THE 



CANADIAN 
NEWSPAPER 
DIRECTORY 









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KEY TO CIRCULATION RATINfiS 



Where a rating; is gi\en in black f. 
figures ♦ihe publishsr has furnished an ah 
d:.;\: of .lie average c, ' lion during h 
term of one }'ear. 

Where a rating is given in black face 
figures with a star [*] the publisher has 
furnished a detailed statement showing the 
actual issue for each date during a term of 
one year, supported by an affidavit. 

V\ here an affidavit of circulation has not 
been furnished, the rating is given as accur- 
ately as possible in thousands and fractions 
of thousands. Thus : 



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. . 250 " 


34 " 




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. . 750" 


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. . 1,250 " 


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THE 

CANADIAN 
NEWSPAPER 
DIRECTORY 



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THE 



Canadian 
Newspaper Directory 



SIXTH EDITION 



1909 



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



PUBLISHED BY 



A. McKIM, LIMITED ^ 

MONTREAL & TORONTO '^ 






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

thousand nine hundred and nine, by A. McKiM, Limited, 

of Montreal and Toronto, at the Department 

of Agriculture, Ottawa. 



PREFACE 



The sixth 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 circulation ratings achieved as 
nearly as possible, and the details 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 business 
possibilities of each particular section of the country, and within its 
scope will be found very complete. It gives the population of each 
town, indicates county seats in the eastern provinces, gives the rail- 
roads and waterways serving each place, names the villages surround- 
ing each newspaper town, shows the telephone, telegraph, express 
and banking facilities, and mentions the principal industries. Its 
usefulness to advertisers and others who have dealings with news- 
papers is obvious. From no other source can they obtain the data 
given in this volume, 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 advertisement in foreign 
countries. for the Dominion of Canada. Copies of this edition will 
find their way into the hands of hundreds of prominent manufac- 
turers in Great Britain and the United States, giving them a better 
idea of the progress and importance of Canada than they would 
otherwise have. Advertisers and advertising agencies in both these 
countries rely on the Canadian Newspaper Directory for full and 
accurate information about Canadian papers. 

The condition and influence of a 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 ex- 
tending over so great an area, will show outsiders how extensive is 
the field here and how great its possibilities. 

A special feature of the Directory is a set of five newspaper 
maps, covering the whole Dominion. These maps have been 



vi THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

corrected up to date, but instead of being bound 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 newspapers are published. This is a manifest 
advantage, as it enables the reader to pick out the principal town in 
any section 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 number of publishers who keep careful records 
of their circulation and furnish detailed and sworn statements when- 
ever 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 impos- 
sible for any directory to give correct figures regarding their circula- 
tions. In such cases the ratings are of necessity only approximate, 
as they are based upon information gleaned from other sources. 

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



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CONTENTS. 



Paob 

Abbreviations, explanation of viii 

Advertisements, index to ix 

Advertising Agency, The xix 

Agricultural Papers 278 

A Word about Ourselves xxi 

ALBERTA 

Gazetteer 197 

Detailed I,ist 198 

Condensed list 254 

County list 275 

Architecture ... 278 

Athletics 280 

Baptist 283 

Bill Posting 261 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Gazetteer 209 

Detailed list 210 

Condensed list 255 

County list 276 

Brotherhoods 278 

Canada as an Advertising field xvii 

Chinese 282 

Church of England 283 

Classified list 265 

Class papers, index to viii 

Clients of A. McKim, lytd., partial list . xxiv 

Collegiate 278 

Commercial. . 281 

Condensed list 229 

Congregational 284 

County list .... 266 

Daily papers, list of 258 

Danish 282 

Dental 279 

Domestic 279 

Druggist 280 

Dry Goods 281 

Bducational 279 

English Church . . 283 

Explanation of abbreviations viii 

Farming 27S 

Financial 379 

French 282 

Galician 382 

Gazetteer of Canadian Newspapers. . . . i 

German 282 

Government papers 279 

Grocery trade aSi 

Hardware j8i 

Humorous 279 

Hungarian 383 

Hygiene 380 

Icelandic 382 



Paob 
iz 
. vi» 

279 
283 
283 
281 

283 

279 

cover 

279 
283 
381 
379 
379 
278 
281 
384 
381 



Index to Advertisements 

Index to Class papers 

Insurance, Finance and Real Estate 

Italian . 

Japanese 

Jewelry 

Jewish 

Juvenile 

Key to circulation ratings. .Inside front 

I,abor 

Languages 

I<eather 

Legal 

I<iterary 

I,ive Stock 

lyumber 

Lutheran 

Manufacturing 

MANITOBA 

Gazetteer ijg 

Detailed List 155 

Condensed List 350 

County list 273 

Medical 380 

Methodist 383 

Micmac Indian 383 

Mining 280 

Miscellaneous class papers 380 

Miscellaneous religious papers 384 

Natural History 380 

Non-sectarian 384 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

Gazetteer 131 

Detailed list 133 

Condensed list 347 

County list 373 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

Gazetteer aas 

Detailed list 336 

Condensed list 357 

County list 377 

Norwegian 383 

Official papers .... 379 

One hundred and fifty Advertisers xxiv 

Ourselyes. a word about . xxl 

NOVA SCOTIA 

Gazetteer 140 

Detailedlist 141 

Condensed list 248 

County list ajt 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



ONTARIO 

Page 

Gazetteer 2 

Detailed list 3 

Condensed list 230 

County list a66 

Pharmaceutical 2S0 

Poultry, Dogs & Pet Stock 280 

Preface v 

Presbyterian 283 

Prohibition 281 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

Gazetteer 155 

Detailed list 156 

Condensed list 249 

County list 273 

QUEBEC 

Gazetteer 104 

Detailed list 105 

Condensed list 243 

County list 270 

Religious 283 

Roman Catholic 28-5 



SASKATCHEWAN 

Page 

Gazetteer 178 

Detailed list 179 

Condensed list 252 

County list 274 

School 278 

Scientific 380 

Societies 278 

Sporting 280 

Swedish 282 

Syrian 282 

Temperance 281 

Textile trades 281 

Trade papers 281 

Travel and Transportation 281 



YUKON TERRITORY 

Gazetteer 224 

Detailed list 224 

Condensed list 257 

County List 277 



INDEX TO CLASS PAPERS. 



Page 

Agricultural 278 

Architecture 278 

Athletics 280 

Baptist 283 

Brotherhoods 278 

Chinese 282 

Church of England 283 

College 278 

Commercial 281 

Danish 282 

Dental 279 

Domestic 279 

Druggist 280 

Educational 279 

Financial 279 

French 282 

Galician 282 

German 282 

Government papers 270 

Humorous 279 

Hungarian 282 

Icelandic 282 

Insurance 279 

Italian 282 

Japanese 282 

Jewish 282 

Juvenile 279 

I^bor 279 



Page 

Langniages 282 

I*eg8l 279 

Literary 279 

Manufacturing 281 

Medical 2^0^ 

Mercantile 281 

Methodist 283 

Micmac Indian 282 

Mining 280 

Miscellaneous 280 

' ' Religious 284 

Non-sectarian ..v 284 

Natural History 280 

Nowegian 282 

Poultry, Dogs and Pet Stock 280 

Presbyterian 283 

Prohibition 281 

Religious <. 283 

Roman Catholic 283 

School 278 

Scientific 280 

Societies 27S 

Sports 280 

Swedish 282 

Syrian 282 

Temperance 281 

Trade 281 

Travel & Transportation 281 



EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS IN GAZETTEER. 



Ex.— Express. Tel. — Telegraph. T.— Telephone. 



^ — County town. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



ONTARIO. 

Page 

Acton Free Press 78 

Ailsa Craijc Banner n8 

Almonte Gazette 118 

Athens 1 Reporter 51 

Aylmer Express 50 

Barrie Examiner 52 

Beeton World 53 

Belleville Intelligencer 64 

Berlin News-Record 71 

" Berliner Journal 77 

Bowmanville West Durham Review 70 

Brantford Expositor 77 

Bridgfeburg- Review 54 

Brig-hton Ensign 118 

Brockville Recorder 97 

Caledonia Haldimand Banner 84 

Carleton Place Herald 44 

Cayug^a Advocate 28 

Chatham News . 105 

Planet 82 

Clifford Express 86 

Clinton New Era 54 

" News-Record 60 

Cobalt Nug'g'et 112 

Colborne Express 64 

Cookstown Advocate . 88 

Cornwall Freeholder 63 

" Standard 20 

Dungannon News 68 

Dunnville Chronicle ^ 118 

Durham Chronicle 62 

" Review 55 

Eganville Leader 42 

" Star-Enterprise 104 

Elmira Advertiser 56 

Erin Advocate 118 

Fergus News-Record 86 

Fordwich Record 76 

Fort Erie Times 54 

Fort Frances Times 81 

Fort William Herald 51 

" Times-Journal 33 

Gait Reporter 28 

Gananoque Journal loi 

Goderich Sig'nal 56 

Gorrie Vidette 90 

Gravenflurst Banner 52 

Grimsby Weekly Fruit Grower 87 

Guelph Mercury 81 

Haileybury Silver City News .' 53 

Hamilton Canadian Royal Templar 96 

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



X THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Page 

Hamilton Hamilton Newspaper Union List 53 

" Herald 18, 19 

" Outdoor Canada 73 

" Spectator 106, 107 

" Times 69 

Hawkesbury Echo 82 

Ing-ersoU Chronicle 71 

Jarvis Record 46 

Kenora Miner and News ♦. 75 

" Saturday Herald 76 

Kincardine Reporter 76 

King-ston British Whig- 75 

" Standard 67 

Leamington Post 57 

Lindsay Post 36 

" Watchman-Warder 74 

Listowel Banner 122 

London Advertiser 4 

" Catholic Record 55 

" Echo 72 

" Farmer's Advocate 119 

" Free Press 26, 27 

Merrickville Star-Chronicle 66 

Milverton Sun 50 

Napanee Beaver 58 

New Liskeard Herald 46 

" Speaker 82 

Newmarket Era 70 

Niagara Falls Record 116 

" Review 76 

Orangfeville Banner 44 

Orillia News-Letter 105 

Oshawa Vindicator 62 

Ottawa Citizen 12 

" Free Press 8 

" Journal 16 

" Le Temps 51 

Owen Sound Sun 94 

Parkhill Gazette-Review 92 

" Post 118 

Pembroke Standard 96 

Perth Expositor 108 

Peterborough Examiner 116 

" Review 59 

Petrolia Advertiser 66 

" Topic 64 

Picton Gazette 88 

Port Arthur Chronicle loi 

" News 58 

Port Colborne Times 85 

Port Dover Herald 34 

Port Hope Times 71 

Renfrew Mercury 28 

Ridgeway Herald '. 54 

Record > 85 

St. Catharines Standard ". . . 88 

St. Marys Journal ^ 68 

St. Thomas Journal 92 

" Times 20 

Sarnia Canadian 48 



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



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 

Samia Observer 114 

" Post 81 

Simcoe Reformer 66 

Smiths Falls Rideau Record 56 

Sombra Outlook 44 

Stirling News-Arg-us 78 

Stratford Beacon 105 

" Canadischer Kolonist 77 

" Herald 85 

Thedford Tribune 100 

Tillsonburg Liberal 58 

*' Observer 57 

Tiverton Watchman 84 

Toronto Bookseller and Stationer 103 

" Busy Man's Magazine 102 

" Canadian Baptist 56 

" Canadian Druggist 87 

" Canadian Grocer 103 

'* Canadian Harness and Cam Journal 87 

" Can. Machinery and Mfg. News 103 

" Canadian Magazine 78 

" Canadian Millinery Review 103 

" Christian Guardian 79 

" Dry Goods Review 1 03 

" Economic Advertising 61 

" " Enders " 100 

" Financial Post . 103 

" Globe 10, II 

" Hardware and Metal 103 

" Home Journal ' 113 

" Hotels and Travel 80 

" Mail & Empire 6, 7 

" Motor Magazine of Canada 40 

" Musical Canada 66 

" News no, in 

" Pioneer 70 

" Plumber and Steamfitter 103 

" Power House 103 

" Presbyterian 32 

" '. Printer and Publisher 103 

Rod & Gun 46 

" Sentinel 1 04 

" Star 39 

Sun 48 

" Telegram 115 

World 109 

Trenton Advocate 92 

" Courier 60 

Tweed News 84 

Walkerton Ontario Glocke 77 

Wallaceburg Herald-Record 74 

Waterloo Canadischer Bauemfreund 36 

" Chronicle-Telegraph 42 

Wellesley Maple Leaf 34 

Wheatley Journal 63 

Wiarton Echo 90 

Winchester Press 62 

Windsor Record 95 

Woodstock Express 57 

" Sentinel-Review 65 



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



xii THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

' . ~~~' Page 
QUEBEC. 

Cowansville Cotton's Weekly 51 

Levis Le Quotidien 84 

Montreal Can. Life & Resources 20 

" Can. Messengfer of the Sacred Heart 93 

" Can. Pictorial 34 

" Dry Goods Record 83 

" Gazette 38 

" Herald 30,31 

" Jewish Eagle 60 

" Journal of Agfriculture 112 

" La Patrie Inside back cover 

" La Presse 13 

" La Revue Populaire 86 

" . , Le Canada 91 

" Le Samedi 86 

" Northern Messenger 108 

" Standard 117 

" Star 1,2,3 

" Witness 9 

" World Wide 114 

Quebec Chronicle 28 

" La Libre Parole 114 

" Le Soleil 44 

" L'Evenement ... 89 

" Telegfraph 49 

Rectory Hill Meg-antic Gazette 96 

Rimouski Le Progres du Golfe . . . ; 63 

St. Johns News (seven editions) 35 

" Bedford " 35 

" Huntingdon.. " 35 

" Knowlton. . . . " 35 

" Lachute " 35 

Magog " 35 

" Richmond... " 35 

" Canadian Home Needlework 59 

Shawinigan Falls L'Industriel 54 

Sherbrooke Le Progres de I'Est 100 

" Record 17 

Three Rivers Le Nouveau Trois-Rivieres 104 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Campbellton Graphic 75 

Tribune 78 

Chatham Commercial 122 

F"redericton Herald 54 

Moncton Times 48 

" Transcript 116 

Newcastle Union Advocate 76 

Perth-Andover News 60 

Richibucto Review p. 90 

St. Andrews Beacon «- 32 

St. John Globe 41 

" New Freeman . 40 

News 83 



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



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Pack 

St. John Star 83 

" Sun 83 

" Telegraph 1 20 

" Times 121 

St. Stephen Courier 58 

Woodstock Carleton Sentinel 40 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



.'\niherst News 50 

.'Vnnapolis Royal Spectator 55 

Antig-onish Casket 1 23 

Bear River News 52 

Bridg'etown Monitor 95 

Digby Courier 72 

Halifax .' Maritime Merchant 56 

" Presbyterian Witness 100 

" Sports 70 

Keni ville Advertiser 1 24 

Lunenburg Progress-Enteqirise 1 19 

New Glasgow Chronicle 57 

Parrsboro Leader 94 

Port Hood Greetings . . 59 

Sydney Post '94 

Truro News 42 

Westville Free Lance 86 

Windsor Hants Journal 58 

Yarmouth Times 10 1 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Charlottetown Watchman 54 

Summerside Agriculturist 82 

" Island Farmer 34 

" Journal 82 

'* Pioneer 34 



MANITOBA. 

Baldur Gazette . . . .* 81 

Brandon Times 1 08 

Ncepawa Register 1 24 

Portage la Prairie Graphic 119 

Winnipeg Canada West 43 

" Canadian Scotsman 1 22 

" Canadian Thresherman 24 

" F'armer's Advocate 1 25 

" Free Press 5 



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



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Page 

Winnipeg Newspaper Union List 22, 23 

" Nordwesten ^2 

" North Ender 66 

* ' Saturday Post 90 

" Telegjam 21 

'♦ Voice 66 

** Western Can. Wine & Spirit Trade Review. 74 

" Western Home Monthly 29 

" Western Municipal News 80 



SASKATCHEWAN. 



Carnduff Gazette 108 

Creelman Gazette 85 

Estevan Observer 88 

Govan Prairie News 56 

Hanley Herald 52 

Humboldt Journal 94 

Lembergf Budget 118 

Manor Advocate 58 

Melfort Carrot River Journal 104 

Moosomin Spectator 7° 

" World 95 

Prince Albert Times 122 

Radisson News 32 

Redvers Observer 77 

Regina Leader 98, 99 

" Saskatchewan Courier 60 

" Standard 119 

Saskatoon Capital 7^ 

" Phoenix 25 

Swift Current Sun 44 

Yorkton Enterprise 123 



ALBERTA. 

Airdrie News 122 

Bawlf Sun 100 

Calgary . . . . _ Albertan 1 24 

" Farm & Ranch Review 63 

" Herald 123 

" News 37 

Camrose Mail 50 

Crossfield Chronicle 122 

Edmonton Alberta Homestead 47 

" Journal 80 

" Saturday News 45 

Lethbridge Herald 68 

Medicine Hat Times 92 

Okotoks. Review 85 

Ponoka Herald r. 104 

Sedgewick Sentinel 46 

Vegreville Observer , 60 

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



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Femie Ledg^er 36 

Golden ... Times 55 

Kamloops Inland Sentinel 74 

Nanaimo Free Press 32 

Revelstoke Observer 62 

Rossland. Miner 112 

Salmon Arm Observer 68 

Trail News 34 

Vancouver Citizen 122 

" Province 14115 

" Saturday Sunset 96 

" Westward Ho 70 

Vernon News 66 

Victoria Times 64 




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

B 



CANADA 

As an Advertising Field 



Canada is a big advertising field, and a good one. Moreover, it 
is getting better every day. 

Within an area of nearly four million square miles, a trifle less 
than the whole of Europe, Canada has a wealth of natural resources, 
not yet fully explored, but already recognized as probably unequalled 
in the world. These natural resources are the foundation of a solid 
and rapidly growing prosperity, that extends from those who in 
some way get their livelihood from the land itself, through the indus- 
trial, professional and business classes, to the advertiser. The 
farmer, the miner, the lumberman, the fisherman — all are prospering 
to-day because of the richness of Canada's soil, mines, forests and 
waters. As a direct consequence, town and city folks are doing well, 
too, and througholit the Dominion people have the money and the 
inclination to buy really good advertised products. 

As the last two years have shown, no mere financial panic can 
long interrupt this prosperity or this steady demand, because it is 
based on the permanent richness of the land 'itself. The advertiser 
who builds a business in Canada builds on a sure foundation. 

Canada's population, and to even a greater -extent her production 
and trade, are growing at a rate that few realize. Since the last 
general census, in 1901, the population has grown over a million and 
a quarter, or fully 25%. 

In the same period our exports of agricultural products have in- 
creased 166%. The 1908 grain crop of the West alone was worth 
well over one hundred million dollars. 

The products of the mines since 1901 show an increase of over 
40%, and geologists say that not half the mineral wealth of the 
country has yet been uncovered. Exports of forest produce have 
grown over 45% in the same time, and those of fish over 29%. 

Finally, the total export and import trade of Canada in the last 
seven years has increased 69%. 

In a comparatively new country, growing at such a rate in income 
as well as in population, the demand for advertised goods of all 
kinds is bound to be heavy, and the returns to the advertiser most 
satisfactory. 



xviii THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

Taking a closer view of the field, we find in Ontario an old, 
well-settled district in the south devoted to mixed farming, dairying 
and manufacturing, with many thriving industrial centres. It is 
probably the richest section of the Dominion. The northern part, 
New Ontario, just being opened up, shows wonderful mineral 
wealth as well as large timber areas and some good farming land. 
.Though sparsely populated as yet, it is rapidly developing into a 
good market. The whole province has about one-third of the 
country's population. 

Quebec contains some sections that are among the oldest settled 
in Canada, and at the same time a vast stretch well north of the 
St. Lawrence river, that is as yet practically unknown. Indications 
are that this territory is rich in mineral deposits and pulp wood, and 
that some day it will contribute largely to the wealth of the province. 
On both sides of the St. Lawrence the country is well settled, the 
*' Eastern Townships," between the St. Lawrence and the United 
States border, being most prosperous. Mixed farming and dairying, 
and the richest asbestos mines in the world, are the main sources of 
revenue. 

The Maritime Provinces are the most thoroughly developed 
portions of the Dominion, the population of Prince Edward Island, 
per square mile, being greater than that of any other province. 
Agriculture, lumbering, fishing, coal and iron mining and shipping 
yield good, if not phenomenal returns, and manufacturers find there 
a steady market. 

All eyes during the past few years have been turned to the West 
where in the Prairie Provinces Canada boasts the greatest Hard 
Wheat fields known, totalling over 170 million acres. Wheat is 
the mainstay, the annual crop having passed the hundred million 
bushel mark, but the growing of coarse grains, live stock raising, 
dairying, and in some sections coal mining are increasing in importance 
and value. Settlers are pouring in, everything must be bought new, 
money is plentiful, and consequently there is in the West a stionger 
demand for all kinds of manufactured goods than exists in older 
communities. 

British Columbia, too, is going ahead rapidly in the development 
of its remarkable natural wealth in timber, minerals, fish and fruit. 
A large and profitable trade with the Orient is becoming an impor- 
tant factor in the prosperity of the province. '~ 

Growing, prosperous, with nature's lavish wealth as security for 
the future, Canada is indeed a promising field for the advertiser. 



THE ADVERTISING AGENCY 
MAKES ADVERTISING PAY 



There can be no doubt that in Canada, as well as in the Mother- 
land and the neighboring Republic, Advertising Agencies have played 
a very important part in developing advertising and making it pro- 
fitable, both to advertisers and publishers. Many firms would 
never have advertised at all were it not for some Advertising 
Agency ; many others, without the trained service of the Agency, 
would not have found newspaper publicity profitable, and so would 
have dropped out. 

The good Advertising Agency is valuable to the publisher be- 
cause it creates new business, and by making old business more 
profitable to the advertiser insures its continuance. 

To the advertiser the good Agency is as valuable as an architect to 
the man who wants to build a skyscraper, or a guide to the hunter. 
The advertiser knows his product and knows how to maintain 
its superiority. The Advertising Agency knows how to convince 
the greatest number of purchasers of this superiority, and to get their 
business — and to get it economically, too. 

The problems that confront the advertiser at the outset — size of 
space — copy — illustrations — papers — rates — these are all readily 
solved by the capable Agency, whose staff has had years of experience 
in working out just such problems for scores of other advertisers. In- 
stead of being compelled to experiment for himself, and find out, by 
perhaps costly experience, the best methods and mediums, the 
advertiser gets from the Agency the benefit of the crystallized 
experience of hundreds who have made good before. 

The staff of a really capable Canadian Advertising Agency know 
Canada thoroughly, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. They know 
the class of people living in each city, town and district — their oc- 
cupation — their needs — their purchasing power. This knowledge is 
invaluable to the advertiser who takes advantage of it. 

To illustrate. The Maritime Provinces grow very little wheat, 
have few local flour mills, and offer a splendid market for Ontario 
and Manitoba flour. — The city of St. Thomas, with a population of 
14,000, buys twice as much advertised goods as many cities twice 
its size, because its people are mostly railway employees, making 



XX THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 

exceptionally high average wages, — There are certain sections of 
Canada where there is a heavy demand for cream separators — for 
worlcmen's ready-made clothing — for special kinds of agricultural 
implements. 

Local conditions like these should all be considered in planning 
an advertising campaign, and the Advertising Agency is generally 
more familiar with them than is the manufacturer himself. 

The capable Agency knows newspapers. Not merely their 
rates and their circulations, but the class of people they reach, the 
distribution of their circulation, their typographical facilities, and 
their pulling power for any particular line of business. As this 
special knowledge can only be gained by long and varied experience, 
the old-established Advertising Agency, handling hundreds of ac- 
counts, has funds of information which even the largest single ad- 
vertiser cannot obtain. 

The services of the Agency are especially valuable to the adver- 
tiser in the preparation of copy. No campaign can be effective with- 
out strong, attractive advertisements, no matter how good the plan 
or how well selected the papers. The Agency has its trained copy 
writers and artists — men who to natural ability have added years of 
training and experience — men who can see the strong points in an 
advertiser's case — and make others see and act on them. 

Then, in handling the thousand and one details in every campaign 
— making contracts — sending out instructions — checking advertise- 
ments — the Agency, with its trained staff, relieves the advertiser of a 
great deal of work, which it does probably better than he could. 

Though the service of the capable Advertising Agency 5aves the 
advertiser from wasting money on worthless or unsuitable papers — 
though it makes his advertising more effective, and consequently 
more profitable — though it saves him most of the work of handling 
the campaign — it adds nothing to the cost. The Agency's remunera- 
tion comes from the publishers as commissions on business sent them, 
and as the Agency creates and develops so much advertising, the 
publishers find it profitable to pay this commission. 



A WORD ABOUT 

OURSELVES 



We have been just twenty years in the Agency business. 

This Advertising Agency was established here in Montreal, 
in January, 1889, by Mr. Anson McKim, the pioneer in the 
Advertising Agency business in Canada, who is still at the head of 
this business. The McKim Agency is not only the oldest in 
Canada, but is also by far the largest. 

During the last eighteen years this Agency has always placed 
more business with Canadian papers than any other Advertising 
Agency, and right now is handling probably quite as much Cana- 
dian business as all the other Agencies combined. Fifty-five people 
are now employed in the head office in Montreal, while a staff 
of ten people is required to look after the large business emanating 
from the Toronto office. 

The foundation of this success has been good honest service 
to every advertiser large or small. 

Publishers, being human, appreciate above almost everything else 
prompt and full payment for the service given. This every publisher 
has always had from this Agency for twenty years. Advertisers 
may defer payment to us, or even evade it entirely, yet each month 
or quarter, as arranged, every publisher who has run advertisements 
according to the familiar pink instruction orders from A. McKim, 
Limited, gets his cheque promptly and in full, whether he has billed 
for the space or not. Consequently we enjoy a reputation for 
'good pay" almost unique in advertising circles, and naturally 
we are able to purchase space for our clients on the most favorable 
terms. 

In our dealings with advertisers the same principles of open, 
fair dealing apply. Our monthly statements give full details of the 
service for the month, and our books and records are always open to 
any client who may wi^ to verify our charges. 

We have always tried to deserve, and we believe we have, the 
full confidence of every advertiser and every publisher with whom 
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of our success, were we not able to give advertisers an all-round 
service which they cannot get elsewhere. 

One of the most valuable parts of our service is the full 
and accurate information which we can give an advertiser about 
Canada as a market for his particular line of goods, and Canadian 
papers as salesmen. There is scarcely an inhabited section of 
Canada where advertisements, written and placed by us, have not 
sold goods for many of our clients. There is not a newspaper 
or periodical of any importance at all which we have not used 
and tested. 

For seventeen years we have been publishing this Canadian 
Newspaper Directory, which is recognized, in its descriptions and 
circulation ratings of Canadian papers, as the most complete and ac- 
curate published in this country ; in fact we may say it has no 
competitor. We know with the greatest possible accuracy, not only 
the total circulation of the different papers, but where that circula- 
tion goes, and can show an advertiser, in plain figures, just what 
circulation a campaign which we outline will give him in every 
section of the country. 

Planning an advertising campaign is with us, therefore, not semi- 
guess work, or hopeful experimenting — it is the logical working out 
of a problem, with full data at hand. What this has saved our 
clients in trying-out" poor or unsuitable mediums, and what it 
has brought them, in increased returns from their advertising appro- 
priations, it would be hard to estimate. 

But the best planned advertising campaign will fail unless the 
copy is equally well planned and written. Realizing this, we 
specialize on copy, employing the best writers and artists available, 
the proofs of whose skill are the advertisements we are running 
in Canadian papers to-day. 

Studying closely, from the consumer's point of view, the article 
to be advertised — supplementing this with the information the 
advertiser alone can supply — writing it up — boiling it down — illus- 
trating it, when that will add to its effectiveness, we prepare adver- 
tising that is attractive, strong, convincing — advertising that sells 
goods. 

We usually have advertisements set up by a skilled job printer, 
so as to get the best possible effect, and have an electro made of 
each. From these electros we make stereo plates-— exact repro- 
ductions of the original type and illustrations — and send them to 
each paper. In this way the appearance of the advertisements is 
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paper set up the matter. The additional expense is small, and 
is more than balanced by the far greater effectiveness. 

Copy, illustrations and cuts are prepared under the personal 
supervision of the head of the firm, who for over twenty years 
has been closely associated with the best advertising done in 
Canada. 

We have built up the largest Advertising Agency business in 
the country (see partial list of our accounts on pages xxiv, xxv and 
xxvi) by helping our clients build up their business, and frotn every 
campaign we handle we learn something that enables us to still 
further improve our service. We were never so strong in every 
department as we are to-day. 

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handling of advertising in Canadian Newspapers than this list of One 
Hundred and Fifty of our clients. 



ABBEY'S EPFERVESCKNT SA.I,T CO. 

AIjASKA FEATHER & DOWN CO. Bedding 

AMES HOI^DEN LIMITED Boots and Shoes 

AUTHORS & COX Artificial Limbs 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA 

BANK OF MONTREAL 

BANK OF OTTAWA 

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

BERLINER GRAMAPHONE CO. 

BIRKS, HENRY & .SONS, LTD. Jewellers 

BOIVIN, WILSON & CO. St. Michel Wine, etc 

BOLE DRUG CO. Gin Pills 

BRANDRAM-HENDERSON, LTD. Paints 

BRITISH-CANADIAN FUR CO. Furs 

CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 

CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO. 

CANADIAN NURSERY CO. Nursery Stock 

CANADIAN RUBBER CO. 

CANADIAN SALT CO. 



CARTER MEDICINE CO. 
CHALCRAFT W. E., CO. 
CHASE & SANBORN 
CHENEY, C. J., & CO 
CHRISTIE, BROWN & CO 
CLARE BROS. & CO 
COLGATE & CO. 



Windsor Salt 

Carter's Little Liver Pills 

Broadway Brand Clothing 

" Seal Brand " Coffee 

Hall's Catarrh Cure 

Biscuits 

Hecla Furnaces, Peninsular Ranges 

Toilet Specialties 



Montreal and London, Eng. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Head Office, Montreal 

Head Office, Montreal 

Head Office, Ottawa 

■ Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Winnipeg 

Halifax & Montreal 

Montreal 

Louisville, Ky. 

Head Office, Toronto 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Windsor, Ont. 

New York 

Toronto 

Montreal & Boston 

Toledo, Ohio 

Toronto 

Preston Ont. 



New York 

COLMAN, J. & J., LIMITED Col man's Starch London, Eng. 

COMMON SENSE MFG. CO Rat Poison Toronto 

COOPER, WM., & NEPHEWS, Agricultural Chemists, Toronto &Berkhamstead, Eng. 



CORBY DISTILLERY CO., LTD., H. 



COWAN CO., THE, LTD. 

CRAVENETTE CO., THE 

CREELMAN BROS. 

CROMPTON CORSET CO. 

CROWN TAILORING CO. 

DAIRY ASSOCIATION CO 

DALLEY, F. F., & CO. 

DAVIS, S., & SONS 

DAY & MARTIN 

D. D. D. CO. 

DEVINvS, R. J., LTD. 

DOMINION BANK 

DOMINION COAL CO. 

DOMINION IRON & STEEL CO. 

DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

DOMINION LINSEED OIL CO. Oil Cake 



Cocoa and Chocolate 
Waterproof Cloth 
Knitting Machines 



" 2 in I " Shoe Polish 

Cigars 

Shoe Polish 

Proprietary Medicine 

Luby's for the Hair 



Montreal 

Toronto 

Bradford, Eng. 

Georgetown, Ont. 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Lyndonville, Vt. 

Hamilton, Ont. 

Montreal 

Loudon, Eng. 

Chicago 

Montreal 

Head Office, Toronto 

Sydney, N.S. 

i- Montreal 

Waterloo, Ont. 

Montreal 



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DOUGLAS, J. M., & CO. 
DOWSWKLL MPG. CO. 
DUNN, W. H. 
EADIE, DOUGLAS CO. 
ELMIRA FELT CO. 
EPPS. JAMES, & CO. 
FARRELL, WM., LIMITED 



Dewar's Whisky 

Washing Machines 

Cailler's Chocolate 

" Terrano " Flooring 

Felt Shoes 

Epps' Cocoa 

Liquors 



FATHER MORRISEY MED. CO., LTD. Proprietary Medicines 
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING 

FRUITATIVES LIMITED " Fruit Liver Tablets " 

GANONG BROS. " G.B." Chocolates 

GILLESPIKS & CO. Whiskey Blanc 

GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OP CANADA. LTD. 
GOLD MEDAL FURNITURE CO. Hercules Spring Beds 
GOOLD, SHAPLEY & MUIR Windraills 

GRANT. W. J. Young's Patent Pipe 



Black Dress Goods 
Financial Agents 



GRHENSHIELDS LIMITED 

HANSON BROS. 

HAVERGAL COLLEGE 

HIGBL CO., OTTO Piano Actions 

HOPE, JOHN, & CO. Liquors 

HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO. 

IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO. OF CANADA, LTD. 

INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY 

INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO. 

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

KENT, AMBROSE & SONS Jewellers 

KIM MEL FELT CO. 

KNIT-TO-FIT MFG. CO. Underwear 

LAING PACKING & PROVISION CO. 

LAW, YOUNG & CO. Champagne 

LAWRENCE-WILLIAMS CO. Gombault's Caustic Balsam 

LEA & PERRINS Worcestershire Sauce 

LHEMING, MILES & CO. Nestles' Food 

LUKE BROS. CO., LTD. Nursery Stock 

LYMANS LIMITED Blair's Pills, etc 

LYSAGHT, JOHN, LIMITED Steel Sheets 

McCUAIG BROS. & CO. Stock Brokers 

MCDONALD, KENNETH, & SONS Seeds 

McGILL UNIVERSITY 

McKENNA, R. H. Keystone Dehorner 

MALE ATTIRE CO. Clothing 

MALTA VITA CO., THE Breakfast Food 

MAXWELL, DAVID & SONS Farm Implements 

MAYPOLE SOAP CO. 

MEAGHER BROS. & CO. "Three Swallows" Whiskey 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA 

MKRIDEN BRITANNIA CO. Plated Silverware Hamilton, Ont., & Meriden, Conn. 

MILLEN, JOHN. & SON, LTD. " Shelby " Steel Tubing Montreal 

MOLSON, J. H.. & BRO. Ales Montreal 

MOONEY BISCUIT & CANDY CO. Stratford. Ont. 

MORGAN, HENRY, & CO. Departmental Store Montreal 

MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA Waterloo. Ont. 

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

NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO. Orange, N.J. 

NATIONAL TRUST CO. Montreal 

OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS CO., LTD. Montreal 

O'KEEFE BREWERY CO.. LTD. PiUener Lager Toronto 

ONTARIO LADIES' COLLEGE Whitby 

ONTARIO SEED CO. Waterloo. Ont. 

PEACH. S., & SONS Nottingham, Eng. 



Montreal 

Hamilton. Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Elmira. Ont. 

London. Eng. 

Montreal 

Chatham. N.S. 

Montreal 

Ottawa, Ont 

St. Stephen, N.B. 

Montreal 

Montreal & Boston 

Toronto 

Brantford, Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Montreal 

New York, NY. 

Montreal 

Moncton, N.B. 

Toronto & Minnea{>olis 

Enosburg Falls, Vt. 

Toronto 

Berlin, Ont. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Bristol. Eng. 

Montreal 

Ottawa 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Toronto & Battle Creek 

St. Marys, Ont. 

Montreal & London, Eng. 

Montreal 

Head Office, Montreal 



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Pears' Soap 
Priestleys' Dress Goods 

Paints 



PEARS. A. & K. 

PINKHAM MKDICINK CO. 

PRIESTl,Y, B., &SONS 

QUEBEC STEAMSHIP CO. 

RADNOR WATER CO. 

RAMS.W, A. & SON CO. 

REFORD CO., 1,TD., THE ROBT. Donaldson S.S. Line 

RI<;E-KNIGHT MFG. CO. " Reliable " I,iglH 

ROYAL GUARDIANS Fraternal Society 

ROYAL TRUST CO. 

ROYAL VICTORIA COLLEGE 

ST. CROIX SOAP MFG. CO. Surprise Soap 

ST. LAWRENCE SUGAR REFINING CO., LTD. 

ST MARGARET'S COLLEGE 

SAMARIA REMEDY CO. 

SANCHE, DR. " Oxydonor " 

SCOTT'S (DR.) WHITE LINIMENT CO., LTD. 

SCROGGIE, W. H.. CO., LTD. Departmental Store 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., THE Paints 

SLATER SHOE CO., THE 

SOVEREIGN SHOE CO. 

SPROULE, DR. Catarrh Specialist 

STANDARD BANK OP CANADA 

STANDARD WIRE FENCE CO. 



STANFIELDS' LIMITED 

STEWART CO. 

STONE & WELLINGTON 

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

TELFER & OSGOODE 

TILLSON CO , LIMITED 

TOOKE BROS., LIMITED 

TOWER CAN. OIL CLOTHING CO 

TRADERS BANK OF CANADA 

TRENCHES REMEDIES, LTD. 

TRURO CONDENSED MILK CO., LTD. 

TUDHOPE McINTYRE CO., LTD. Motor Carriages 

UNION BANK OF CANADA 



Underwear 

Stewart's Chocolates 

Nurserymen 

Beaver Flour 

Alberta Lauds 

Tillson's Oats 

Shirts and Collars 

LTD. 



London, Eng. 

Lynn, Mass. 

Bradford, Eng. 

Quebec, Que. 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

St. Stephen, N.B. 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Montreal & Detroit 

St. John. N.B. 

Montreal 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Boston, Mass. 

Head Office. Toronto 

Woodstock, Ont. 

Truro, N.S. 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Chatham, Ont. 

Montreal 

Tillsonburg, Ont. 

Montreal 

Toronto & Boston 

Head OflSce, Toronto 

Dublin, Ireland 

Truro, N.S. 

Orillia, Ont. 

Head Office, Quebec, Que. 



VANDERHOOF & CO. Patent Medicines Windsor, Ont., & South Bend, Ind. 

VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO. Bellows Falls, Vt. 

VINEBERG, H , & CO. "Progress" Clothing Montreal 

WARING & GILIyOW Decorators Montreal & London, Eng. 



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

WATSON, FOSTER CO., LTD. Wall Paper 

WELLS & RICHARDSON CO. Paine's Celery Compound 

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 



Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Oshawa, Ont. 

Montreal 

. AJontreal 

Montreal 

Kalamazoo, Mich . 

Springfield, Mass. 



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ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED FOR READY-REFERENCE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Ontario, formerly known as Upper Canada, was one of the four pro- 
vinces confederated July ist, 1867, into the Dominion of Canada. In pop- 
ulation and wealth is the foremost province in the now g'reatly extended 
Dominion. 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 47 counties, besides five districts as large as some European states, 
out of which future counties will be formed. The province has 19 incor- 
porated cities, 123 incorporated towns and 136 (organized) villages. Its 
facilities for railway and water communication combined are not surpassed 
by those of any ^division of the American continent. The River St. Law- 
rence and the great 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. Every county in the province has a railway running through it, and 
the total mileage in 1907 amounted to 7,637, or more than one-third of the 
mileage in Canada. 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 geologists. The nickel mines of 
Sudbury are the heaviest producers in the world, while the silver deposits of 
Cobalt and surrounding district seem almost unlimited. Gold has been 
found in paying quantities in several sections of the province, particularly in 
" N'ew Ontario." The fisheries of the province in 1906 amounted in value 
to $1,734,856. Less than 8% of the land area of the province was imder 
crop in 1907, yet it produced 18,019,142 bushels of wheat, 83,524,301 bushels 
of oats, 21,718,332 bushels of barley, 1,081,706 bushels of rye, 2,546,468 
bushels of buckwheat, 22,247,931 bushels of corn in ear, 7,365,036 bushels 
of peas, 790,269 bushels of beans, 20,907,893 bushels of potatoes, 48,205,605 
bushels of roots, 3,891,863 tons of hay and 2,029,547 tons of fodder com. 
The total crop for 1908 was 188,060,979 bushels, besides hay, fodder corn, 
etc., valued at $185,308,000. In the same year the province had 725,666 
horses, 1,152,071 milch cows, 1,774,165 other cattle, 1,106,183 sheep, 
2,049,666 swine and 13,428,076 poultry. 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 com- 
parison holding good in all kinds of grain in all states, except one kind of 
grain in one state — oats in Kansas. In 1907 Ontario had 5,819 public 
schools, besides 449 separate schools, 145 kindergartens, 20 night schools 
and 143 secondary schools. The total number of schools was 6,556, the 
total enrollment of pupils 495,343) and the number of teachers 10,950. The 
average expenditure per pupil in all the schools was $30.14. In higher 
education, besides several universities and colleges, Ontario has a normal 
college and six normal schools for the training of teachers, 54 model 
schools, an art and industrial school, two technical schools, 144 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. 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 
24 senators and 85 members of the House of Commons, ^ts local govern- 
ment is carried on by a single chamber having 106 members. Capital, 
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ACTON, pop. 1,950, Co. Halton on G. T. R., 35 miles W. of Toronto 
and 30 miles N. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : glove manufacturing- (having- the larg-est factory in Canada), 
sole, upper, belting and harness leather manufacturing- and farming-. 
The centre of a fine grain and stock raising- country. The town has 
six churches and a public library containing 2,500 volumes. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Rock- 
wood, Limehouse, Speyside, Ospringe, KnatchbuU, Eden Mills and 
Ballinafad. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; H. P. Moore, editor and publisher; 
established 1875; independent; Thursday; subscription $i. 00 ; four 
pages, 8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 78. 

AILSA CRAIG, pop. 800, Co. Middlesex, on Main line G. T. R. and 
Aux Sauble river; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, 
stave and flax mills, foundry, machine shops, grain growing and 
stock raising. The village contains four churches, public school, 
town hall, etc. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Nairn, F"ernhill, Denfield, Brinsley, Crediton, Falkirk, Lieury and 
Centralia. 

BAN N ER, weekly ; W. E. Clothier, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1893 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 75 cents ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 16^ inches. Circ'n i 

ALEXANDRIA, pop. 2,100, Co. Glengarry, on the Canada Atlantic 
Ry., 13 miles N. of Lancaster ; Tel., T., Ex., 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, farming and dairying. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Glen Robertson, 
Lancaster, Williamstown and Martintown. 

GLENGARRIAN, weekly; B. B. Keefer, publisher ; established 
1884 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n i 

NEWS, weekly; Glengarry Reformer Newspaper Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; A. G. F. Macdonald, editor and manager ; established 
1892 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 7 col., 19 5^ 
inches. Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 months to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,600 

ALLISTON, pop. 1,500, Co. Simcoe, on the Hamilton and North 
Western Div. of the G. T. R., and Toronto-Sudbury Div. of the 
C. P. R., 50 miles N. W. of Toronto, 71 miles N. of Hamilton ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : agricultural implements, thresh- 
ing machinery, lumber, flour and woollen manufacturing and farm- 
ing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Rosemont, Newton, Robinson, Arlington, Bondhead, Everett, 
Clover Hill, Thompsonville, Nicholson, Deerhurst, Lisle, Mansfield, 
Ivy, Fintona and Stanton. 

HERALD, weekly ; R. J. Wallace, editor and proprietor ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19 J^ inches. Circ'n \% 

ALMONTE, pop. 3,300, Co. Lanark, on the Mississippi River and 
C. P. R., 36 miles S. W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, woollen and knitting mills and farming. The town 

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contains seven churches of different denominations, good high, 
public and separate schools, public library, town hall, public hall, 
fire department ; has unlimited power from the river, and electric 
ligfht owned by ratepayers. Surrounding- towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Galbraith, Watson's Corners, Clayton, 
Ferguson'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 pages, 
7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,700 

See Advf. Page 118. 

TIMES, weekly ; Wm. W. Pittard, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1882; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n i 

ALVINSTON pop. 1,100, Co. Lambton, on Sydenham River, St. 
Clair Branch Mich. Central Ry. and Kingscourt-Glencoe branch of 
G.T.R., 35 miles W. of St. Thomas, 35 miles S.-W. of London ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, flour and flax mills, 
canning factory, fruit evaporator and cider mill, excelsior factory 
and carriage works, farming and fruit-growing. The town contains 
five churches of different denominations, public school, public 
library, music hall and general stores. It is lighted by electricity 
and has splendid fire protection. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Longwood and Melbourne. 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; Albert E. Ketch, publisher ; established 
1885 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n i 

AMHERS T BURG, pop. 2,400, Co. Esse.x, on the Detroit River and 
M. C. R., 17 miles from Windsor; good steamboat connection to 
Windsor and Detroit, also electric railwav connection with Windsor 
by S. W. & A. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour 
mill, machine shops, foundry, quarries, boat building, farming and 
fruit growing. Nearh' 2,000 men are employed in channel work on 
the Detroit River. The town contains seven churches of different 
denominations, graded public and separate schools, town hall, public 
library, five large hotels, and has waterworks and electric light. 
Surrounding towns and villages 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 $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2\% inches. 

Circ'n 2% 

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. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks'. Chief Industries: 
woollen and saw mills, brick kilns, shirt and knitting factory, 
Sanitaris mineral water bottling works and mixed farming. The 
town contains eight churches, high, separate and public schools, 
public library and town hall seating 600, good fire department, 
waterworks, sewers, electric light, and well-kept streets. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Kinburn, 
Fitzroy Harbor, Braeside, Galetta, White Lake, Antrim, Stewart- 
ville, Burnstown, Sand Point, Pakenham and Bristol. - ' 

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CHRONICLE, weekly; R. A. Jeffrey, publisher; established 
1879 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,760 

WATCHMAN, weekly; Jas. C. Williams, editor and publisher; 
established 1890; liberal; F"riday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^4!^ inches. Circ'n i 

ARTHUR, pop. 1,600, Co. Wellington, on the Conestogo River and 
C. P. R.. 25 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, woollen, planing, saw, shingle and flax mills, a 
foundry and barrel factory, stock-raising and farming. 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-NEWS, weekly; Rixon Rafter, B.A., pub- 
lisher ; established 1869 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

ATHENS, pop. 1,200, Co. Leeds, on the B. W. and N. W. Ry., 15 
miles W. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
saw, flour and woollen mills, dairying and farming. The town con- 
tains six churches, 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, Delta and Lyndhurst. 

REPORTER, AND COUNTY OF LEEDS ADVERTISER, 
weekly; Geo. F. Donnelley, editor and publisher ; established 1884; 
independent-liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 51. 

ATWOOD, pop. 700, Co. Perth, on the G. T. R., 30 miles N. of 
Stratford, 6 miles S. W. of Listowel ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw, shingle, flour and planing mills, farming and dairy- 
ing. The town contains four churches and one public school. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are, published : Born- 
holm, Donegal, Ethel, Trowbridge and Henfryn. 

BEE, weekly; E. H. Swing, editor and publisher; established 
1890; independent; P'riday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

AURORA, pop. 2,000, Co. York, on the G. T. R., 30 miles N. of 
Toronto, with which it has street railway connection ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw, planing and shingle mills, 
agricultural implement works, shoe factory, tanning and farming. 
'The town contains five churches, public schools, a large public 
library, a public hall seating 600 and town hall seating 700. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Schom- 
berg, Lloydtown and Kettleby. 

BANNER, weekly; S. H. Lundy, 'editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1861 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^' inches. Circ'n ^ 

AYLMER, pop. 2,500, Co. Elgin, on G. T. R., M. C. R. and Wabash 
Ry., 12 miles E. of St. Thomas ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries: saw^ and planing mills, shoe factory, and one of the largest 

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canning^ factories in the Dominion, condensed milk and cream 
factory, wood turning^, staves and headings, pork factory, saw millS, 
sash and door factories, foundry, organ factories, spray pumps, 
truck scales, leather nets and farming. The town is surrounded by 
fine agricultural and dairying country, and contains five churches, 
collegiate institute and public schools, public library of 5,000 vol- 
umes, and fine opera house ; the town owns and operates its water- 
works and electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Straffordville, 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, 6 col., 19X inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 50. 

SUN, weekly; E. C. Monteith, editor and publisher; established 
1886; independent; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n ^ 

AYR, pop. 900, Co. Waterloo, on C.P.R., 14 miles S. of Berlin, 7 miles 
S. of Paris; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour mills, saw 
mill, agricultural implement works, iron foundry, plow works, stave 
and heading factory, and hockey stick factory. The country sur- 
rounding is very rich and fertile, and considerable attention is paid 
to stock raising. The town contains three churches, schools and a 
public library. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Ratho, Bright, Roseville and New Dundee. 

NEWS, weekly; G. W. Dawson, publisher; established 1898; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17X inches. 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., Bank. Chief Industries : two chopping mills and one saw mill, 
grist and cider mills, stave, hoop and barrel and cordage factory. 
The town contains five churches, three hotels, school, stores, etc. 
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; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n yz 

BANCROFT, pop. 815, Co. Hastings, terminus of Central Ontario 
Railway, 75 miles N. of Belleville; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : mining, saw mills, two woollen mills, flour mill, and machine 
shop. It has several good general stores. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Bronson, Deer Lake, 
Cheddar, Maynooth, Greenview, Hermon, Mount Eagle Valley, 
L'Amable, Umfraville and Faraday. 

TIMES, weekly; D. H. Morrison, publisher; established 1894; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n % 

BARRIE, pop. 7,000, Co. Simcoe, on Kempenfeldt Bay, off Lake 
# Simcoe, on Northern and North Western division of the G. T. R., 63 
miles N. N. W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. '~ Chief Indus- 
tries: woollen and planing millst machine shops, two breweries, 



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boat buildingf and carriag'e factories, foundries, creameries and 
large up-to-date tannery, G.T.R. machine repair shops, farming and 
dairying'. The town contains eleven churches, a collegiate institute 
and five schools, public library with 5,600 volumes, a public hall seat- 
ing 700, opera house and music hall, court house ; is lighted with gas 
and electric light, has 24-hour electric power service, waterworks 
and a good fire department, good wharves and steamboat connec- 
tion, fine cement sidewalks and permanent roadways, and is a sum- 
mer 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, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,690 

See Adi't. Page 52. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; Alfred Wilkes, publisher ; established 1868 ; 
liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 19)^ 
inches. Circ'n 1^ 

NORTHERN ADVANCE, weekly; Wesley & Crew, pub- 
lishers ; established 1851 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i %. 

BEAMSVILLE, pop. 900, Co. Lincoln, i mile S. of Beamsville Station 
on G. T. R., 12 miles W. of St. Catharines, 22 miles E. of Hamilton ; 
Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric Ry. gives an hourly car 
service to Hamilton. Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries ; stone 
quarries, canning factory, brick and terra cotta works, planing mill, 
flour mill, fruit growing and farming. It contains five churches, 
high and public schools, town hall, public library and three hotels. 
It has water works and electric lighting. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Campden, Smith ville, 
Vineland, Rosedene, Tintern and Jordan. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; R. H. Davey, publisher ; established 1893 : 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19)^ inches. Circ'n % 

BEAVERTON, pop. i,ooo, Co. Ontario, on G. T. R., Can. Nor. Ont. 
Ry., and Lake Simcoe, 45 miles N. of Whitby, 75 miles N. E. of 
Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour and woollen 
mills, brick and tile works, tanneries and farming. It has four 
churches, one school, public library containing 1,000 volumes, and 
town hall seating 500. A charming summer resort, being situated 
on the eastern shore of Lake Simcoe, reached by the G. T. R., Mid- 
land Division, two trains daily, and Can. Nor. Ont. Ry. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Oakwood, 
Lorneville, Eldon, Kirkfield and Brechin. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Jos. J. Cave, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1879; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 2\% inches. Circ'n i 

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

HUSTLER, weekly; Howard Chester, publisher. See Canning- 
ton Plaindealer. 

STANDARD, weekly; Wm. A. Robinson, publisher. See Can- 
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BEETON^ pop, i,ooo, Co. Simcoe, on N. and N. W. division G. T. R., 
and Toronto and Sudbury division C. P. R., 26 miles S. of Barrie, 
55 miles N. \V. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
hosiery factory and mixed farming". It contains three churches, 
school, two public halls and fire-proof elevator, storing 100,000 
bushels of g'rain. The town has water works, electric ligrht, etc. 
Surrounding" towns and villagfes where no papers are published : 
Bondhead, Pennville, Thompsonville, Athlone, Schomberg^, Loretto 
and Keenansville. 

WORLD, weekly; W. H. Davis, publisher; established 1882; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i)4 

See Aih't. Pa^e 53. 

BELLEVILLE, pop. 10,000, Co. Hastings, on G. T. R., Moira River, 

* and Bay of Quinte, 220 miles from Montreal and 113 m.iles from 
Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Steamboat connection to all points. 
Chief Industries : woollen, knitting, paper, saw, and planing mills, 
rolling mills, cement works, foundries and cheese factories. It con- 
tains 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 and villages where no papers are published : Ameliasburg, 
Foxboro', Bridgewater, Frankford, Wellington and Canifton. 

I NTELLIGENCER, every evening except Sunday; C. J. Bowell, 
publisher ; established 1866 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19/^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, i9o8,l,4Y3* 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1834 ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, 7 col., 19)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,125'*' 
See Advt. Page 64. 

ONTARIO, every evening except Sunday ; T. S. & S, E. Carman, 
publishers ; established 1870 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

WEEKLY {Chronicle), established 1834 ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 2.\% inches. 

CANADIAN MUTE, semi-monthly; Institution for the Deaf 
and Dumb, publishers ; established 1892 ; special for the deaf; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; eight pages, 4 col., 14 inches. Circ'n i 

BELMONT, pop. 600, Co. Middlesex, on C. P. R., 15 miles S. E. of 
London and 9 miles N. E. of St. Thomas; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour-milling, dairying and mixed farming. 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 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n % 

BERLIN, pop. 13,397, Co. Waterloo, on G. T. R., 62 miles W. of 

# Toronto, connected with Waterloo, Gait and Preston by Electric 
Railway ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : sjiirts, collars, 
and suspenders, buttons, furniture, clock, boot and shoe, felt, piano 
and organ manufactories, tanneries, foundries, grist, saw and plan- 

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ing mills, beet sugar refinery, two rubber footwear, gas engine and 
meter works. The town contains three wholesale houses, twenty 
churches, R. C. College, high and public and separate schools and a 
public library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : New Dundee, Baden, Blair, Freeport, Bloomingdale, 
Doon, Hawksville, St. Jacobs, Petersburg, Mannheim, Breslau, 
Bridgeport, Heidelburg and Winterbourne. 

N EWS 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 ; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 J^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,134* 

WEEKLY, established 1878 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve pages, 7 col., 20X inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 962* 
See Advt. Page 71. 

TELEGRAPH, every evening except Sunday ; Telegraph Print- 
ing Co., publishers; established 1896; liberal; subscription $3.00; 
six to twelve pages, 7 col., 20_5^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

BERLINER JOURNAL, German, weekly; Rittinger & Motz, 
publishers ; established 1859 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. All advertisements 
are inserted in Berliner Journal, Ontario Glocke, Walkerton, and 
Canadischer h'olonist, Stratford ; will not accept advertisements for 
one edition only. 

Sworn combined Circ'n of Berliner Journal, Ontario Glocke, 
and Cajtadischer Kolonist, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 

See Advt. Page 77. 1908, 4,269* 

MISSIONARY, monthly ; Mennonite Brethren in Christ Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; H. S. Hallmann, editor ; Mennonite ; subscrip- 
tion 25c. 

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

DER EVANGELIUMS BOTE, German^ monthly; S. R. 
Knechtel, publisher ; established 1889 ; evangelical ; subscription 
50C ; eight pages, 2 and 3 col., io|^ inches. Circ'n i 

BLENHEIIvi, 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 Chat- 
ham ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, fruit grow- 
ing, flour, saw and planing mills ; headquarters for the fresh bean 
and tobacco business of Southern Kent. The town contains eight 
churches, public schools, public hall seating 450, and a fire brigade. 
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; independent; Thursday; subscription $i. 00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19X inches. Circ'n i \i 

BLYTH, pop. 900, Co. Huron, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 18 miles E. of 
Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, flour, plan- 
ing, shingle and flax mills, salt works, brick yard, sash, door and 

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blind factory, handle factory, g-love factory and machine shops. 
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, Westfield, 
St. Augustine and Leadbury. 

STANDARD, weekly; J. Leslie Kerr, publisher; established 
1887; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

BOBCAYGEON, pop. i,ooo, Co. Victoria, on the Bobcaygeon 
River, and Lindsay and Bobcaygeon branch of C. P. R., 14 miles 
N. E. of Lindsay and u miles E. of Fenelon Falls ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : saw, shingle and other mills and farming. 
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, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

BOLTON, pop. 700, Co. Peel, on the Humber River and Owen Sound 
division of the C. P. R., 26 miles N. W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : flour mill, foundries, potteries, carriage 
and blanket factories and brick yards. The town contains three 
churches, a public school, public library and a town hall. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Caledon 
East, Nobleton, Lloydtown, Mono Road, Sand Hill, Lockfcon, Coler- 
aine, Palgrave, Schomberg, Kleinberg and Coventry. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; F. N. Leavens, editor and publisher; 
established 1888 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

BOTH WELL, pop. 994, Co. Kent, on Thames River and G. T. R., 
22 miles N. E. of Chatham ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
oil, live stock, grain and produce, flour mills, heading and planing 
mills and foundry. The town contains six churches, schools, and a 
town hall seating 400. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Sutherland's Corners, Aughrim, Aberfeldy, 
Mosside, Clachan, Wardsvillo, Cashmere and Newbury. 

Tl M ES, weekly ; H. J. Jerome, editor and publisher ; established 
1874 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Florence Quill. 

BOWMANVILLE, pop. 3,500, Co. Durham, on Lake Ontario and 
G. T. R., 27 miles W. of Cobourg, 43 miles E. of Toronto ; steam- 
boat communication daily ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
piano, organ, carriage, rubber goods, bicycle rims, woollen and 
wooden-ware factories, flour, pearl barley and oatmeal mills, found- 
ries, machine shops, barrel factories and silver-plating works. 
Great apple-growing and stock-raising section. The town contains 
eight churches, three public schools and high school, library, opera 
house and free reading room, and is lighted by electricity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Hamp- 
ton, Enniskillen, Enfield, Blackstock, Courtice, Newtonville, Solina^ 
Cadmus, Lotus, Pontypool, Tyrone, Caesarea, KendSll, Taunton, 
Leskard, Kirby, Burketon, Nestleton, Purple Hill and Cedardale. 

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CANADIAN STATESMAN, weekly; M. A. James & Son, 
editors and publishers ; established 1854 ; independent-liberal ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., ig)4 inches. 

Circ'n 3^' 

Also publish Nezus, circulation of which is included in above rating. 

NEWS, weekly ; Geo. W. James, editor; established 1874 ; con- 
servative ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 19X 
inches. See Canadian Statesman. 

WEST DURHAM REVIEW, weekly; C. W. Lawton, pub- 
lisher ; established 1908 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Adz't. Page 70. 

BRACEBRIDGE, pop. 3,100, Co. Muskoka, on the Muskoka River 

# and G. T. R., 12 miles N. of Gravenhurst ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, saw, planing, shingle and linen mills, 
match and furniture factories, foundry, tanneries and farming. The 
town is a summer resort and contains besides its stores, hotels, etc., 
nine churches, public and high schools, free library ; is lighted by 
electricity, and has excellent waterworks, both owned by the 
municipality. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Baysville, Port Carling, Uffiiigton, Dorset and Utterson. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Braciebridge Gazette Ptg. and Pub. Co., 
publishers ; established 1872 ; independent-liberal ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n % 

MUSKOKA HERALD, weekly; D. E. Bastedo, editor and 
publisher ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

BRADFORD, pop. 1,000, Co. Simcoe, on the Holland River and 
G. T. R., 22 miles S. E. of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, planing and flour mills and carriage factory. 
The town contains 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-conser\'ative ; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., \f)% inches. Circ'n ^ 

BRAMPTON, pop. 3,500, Co. Peel, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 21 miles 

* N. VV. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : three 
greenhouses, one the largest in Canada, loose-leaf business systems 
factory, two shoe factories, Spanish leather manufacturing establish- 
ment, sash and door factories, farming and flour mill. The town 
contains six churches, also high and public schools, Carnegie library, 
town hall, county court house, jail, public hall and first-class water- 
works, gas and electric light. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Malton, Meadowvale, Nor\'al, Claireville, 
Caledon East, Inglewood and Huttonville. 

BANNER AND TIMES, weekly; A. F. Dick, publisher; 
established 1868; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n i^ 

CONSERVATOR, weekly ; S. Charters, editor and publisher; 
established 1873; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 8 col., 2^% inches. * Circ'n i^ 

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BRANTFORD, pop. 20,600, Co. Brant, on G.T.R., T. H. & B. Ry., 
# and Grand River, 66 miles S.W. of Toronto, 400 miles from Montreal 
and zzYi miles W. ot" Hamilton ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : woollen mills, foundries, potteries, pork packing- factories, 
binder twine factories, stove works, nut and bolt factories, cigfar 
factories, malleable iron works, carriagfe, scissor, wind mill, refrig- 
erator, starch, nail, binder and plow works, agfricultural implement 
works, radiator, engine and machine works. The city contains 
twenty-three churches, nine schools and collegfes, collegiate insti- 
tute, free library, opera house, hospital, public halls, and asylum for 
the blind. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Cainsville, Harrisburg, Vanessa, Scotland, Mount Pleas- 
ant, Alberton, Burford, Jerseyville, Ancaster, Harley, Hartford, 
Longford, Oakland, Copetown, Lynden, Echo Place and Onondaga. 

COURIER, every evening except Sunday ; Courier Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1870 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eight pages up, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 2% 

WEEKLY, established 1834 '■> Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

EXPOSITOR, every evening except Sunday ; T. H. Preston, 
publisher; established 1871 ; liberal; subscription $3.00; eight to 
sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, igo8, 6,020* 
WEEKLY, established 1852; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,50Q'*^ 

Advt. — The Brantford Daily Expositor covers its field like a blanket. With a 
circulation guaranteed to exceed s,ooo daily, it reaches about four-fifths of the hotnes 
of Brantford City and the majority of those of Brant Comity. See Advt. Page 77. 

AWAKEN ER, monthly; Rev. W\ E. Gilroy, editor, Hurley 
Printing Co., printers; established 1908; social Christianity; sub- 
scription 35 cents ; eight pages, 3 wide col., 12 inches. 

CAN. BEE JOURNAL, monthly; Jas. J. Hurley, editor. Hur- 
ley Printing Co., publishers ; established 1884 ; bee-culture : sub- 
scription $1.00 ; forty pages, 2 col., 7 inches. Circ'n i 

BRIDGEBURG, pop. 1,500, Co. Welland, on G.T.R., M.C.R., T.H. 
& B., C. P. R. and Wabash Railway, opposite Buffalo, on the 
Niagara River, west end of the International Bridge, loo miles S. of 
Toronto; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : proprietary medi- 
cine factories, ship-building, varnish works and farming. The town 
contains four churches, public library, post office and customs house. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Stevensville, Humberstone, Mulgrave, Brookfield, Sherkston and 
Netherby. 

REVIEW, weekly; Review Printing Co., publishers ; established 
1894 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight to twelve 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Fort Erie Times and Ridgezfay Herald., circula- 
tions of which are included in above statement. 

See Advt. Page 54. 

BRIGDEN, pop. 700, Co. Lambton, on the St. Clair Branch of Mich. 
Central Ry., 15 miles S.E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: farming, flour, oatmeal and saw mills, heading, stave 
and hoop mills. The town contains three churches, public school - 

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and general stores. Surrounding' towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Wilkesport, Bradshaw and Kimball. 

PROGRESS, weekly ; J. E. Bums, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1904 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17)^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

BRIGHTON, pop. 1,479, ^o- Northumberland, on G. T. R. and 
Presqu'Isle Bay, Lake Ontario, and at the head of the Murray 
Canal, 25 miles E. of Cobourg, 92 miles E. of Toronto, and 22 miles 
W. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
saw and planing mills, canning factory and fruit evaporators, farm- 
ing and fruit growing. The town contains five churches, public and 
high schools and public library. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Frankford, Smithfield, Lovett, Hil- 
ton, Edville, Castleton, Morganstown, Wooler, Codrington, Orland 
and Dundonald. 

ENSIGN, weekly ; C. A. Lapp & Son, publishers ; established 
1871 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten pages ; 
7 col., 22 inches. See Advt. Page 118. Circ'n i 

BROCK VILLE, pop. 9,500, Co. Leeds, on the St. Lawrence River, 
# the G. T. R., C. P. R., and B. W. & N. W. Ry., boats daily 
east and west; 125 miles W. of Montreal, 207 miles E. of Toronto 
and 70 miles S. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
stove foundry, hardware factory, biscuit, candy, glove, boat and 
carriage factories, agricultural works, mineral waters, farming and 
dairying. Centre of leading dairy district of Ontario. Over 200 
cheese factories and dairies are represented at the Brockville cheese 
board. 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. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Maitland, 
Caintown, Yonge Mills, Lyn, Toledo, Addison, Lansdowne and 
Frankville. 

RECORDER, every evening except Sunday ; Recorder Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1873; liberal; subscription 
$3.00; eight pages, 6col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY; established 1820 ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

Advt. — 87 years established in the centre of the greatest dairying district of 
Ontario, •where the people have plenty 0/ ready money, the Recorder — Daily and 
IVeekly — covers the field and pulls profitable business for advertisers. See Advt. 
Page gr;. 

Tl M ES, every evening except Sunday ; A. T. Wilgress, editor 
and publisher ; established 1882 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 2\]/^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY; established 1882 ; Friday; Subscription Si. 00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2% 

BRUCE MlNES, pop. i,ooo, Algoma District, on the north shore of 
Georgian Bay and the S. Ste. Marie Branch of the C. P. R., 12 miles 
S.W. of Thessalon and- 30 miles S. of Sault Ste. Marie ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering,. agriculture and mining. The 
town has several stores, saw and planing mills, churches, two 
hotels, etc. 

SPECTATOR, weekly ; F. W. Rickaby, publisher ; established 
1901 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n }( 

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BRUSSELS, pop. 1,400, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and 
G. T. R., 30 miles E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour and saw mills, stave and heading factories, machine 
shop, salt wells and farming-. The town contains four churches, a 
school, and a public library. Surrounding towns and villages where • 
no papers are published : Cranbrooke, Ethel, Walton and Jamestown. 

POST, weekly ; William H. Kerr, publisher ; established 1873 ; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19 inches. 

Circ'n i^ 

BURKS FALLS, pop. 1,375, Co. Parry Sound, on the Magnetawan 
River and on main line of Northern Division G.T.R., 171 miles N. of 
Toronto; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: tannery, saw mills, 
electric power house, brick yards, lumbering, planing factory and 
farming. The town contains churches, school, training institute, 
court house and jail, and has waterworks and electric light. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Berri- 
dale, Magnetawan, Ahmic Harbor, Dunchurch, Katrine, Spruce- 
dale, Novar and Kearney. 

ARROW, weekly; Fawcett & Co., publishers; Alex. R. Fawcett, 
manager ; established 1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1}^ 

BURLINGTON, pop. 1,300, Co. Halton, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 
Hamilton Radial Ry. and Lake Ontario, 9 miles N. E. of Hamilton, 
and 30 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
fruit-growing and farming, canning factory, evaporator and basket 
works. The town has five churches, high and public school, town 
hall, three large summer hotels, and is lighted by electricity. It is 
visited by large numbers of summer tourists. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Waterdown, Bronte, 
Flamboro, Carlisle, Aldershot, Nelson, Appleby, Palermo, Cummins- 
ville and Lowville. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Elgin A. Harris, publisher; established 
1899; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., ig}4 inches. Circ'n )4 

CALEDONIA, pop. i,ooo, Co. Haldimand, on the Grand River and 
G. T. R., 14 miles S. W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour mills, plaster mines, clothing factory, evaporator 
and canning factory, and agriculture. The town contains five 
churches, high and public schools, public library, new opera house, 
and town hall seating 250. It has fine cement walks and macadam- 
ized streets, waterworks, plenty of water power and cheap natural 
gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : York, Blackheath, Tyneside, Mount Hope, Middleport and 
Cheapside. ^ 

GRAND RIVER SACHEM, weekly; H. B. Sawle, editor and 
publisher ; established 1856 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; four pages, 8 col., 24^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

HALDIMAND BANNER, weekly; Albert T. Mitchell, pub- 
lisher ; established 1905 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 84. 

CAMPBELLFORD, pop. 2,700, Co. Northumberland.ojn the Trent 
River and . G. T. R. , half way between Belleville and Peterboro, 30 
miles from each ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, - 



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flour, paper, saw and planingf mills, foundry, machine shop, shoe 
factory, bridge works and farmingf. The town contains five 
churches, high and public schools, and opera house seating 550. 
The Trent River furnishes the town with a magnificent water power, 
the municipal electric power plant developing about 4,000 h.p. 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, Sarginson, 
Meyersburg, Trent Bridge, Hoards, Dartford and Rylestone. 

DESPATCH, weekly; H. B. R. Dryden, publisher ; established 
1898 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

HERALD, weekly; G. A. Kingston, editor and publisher; 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1 

CANNINGTON, pop. 1,400, Co. Ontario, on Beaver River and G. 
T. R. , 40 miles N. of Whitby and i6 miles W. of Lindsay; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, saw and planing mills, 
' tannery, foundry, carriage and other manufactories and farming. 
The town contains four churches, a public school, a public library 
and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Wilfrid, Pefferlaw, Manilla, Sutton, Blackwater, Oak- 
wood and Mariposa. 

ECHO, weekly; Jos. J. Cave, editor and publisher. See Bea- 
iierton Express. 

ONTARIO GLEANER, weekly; Wm. A. Robinson, editor and 
publisher; established 1870 ; independent-conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1 

Also publishes Sunderland Banner and Beaverton Standard, 
the circulations of which are included in above rating. 

PLAIN DEALER, weekly; Howard Chester, publisher; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., \')% inches. 

Also publishes Beaverton Hustler. 

OARLETON PLACE, pop. 4,350, Co. Lanark, on the Mississippi 
River and C. P. R. , 20 miles N. of Perth, 18 miles N.W. of Smiths 
Falls and 28 miles S.W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, knitting, woollen, flour and planing mills, stove 
foundry, engine works and steam yacht building. The town contains 
seven churches, high and public schools, free public library con- 
taining 8,000 volumes, C. P. R. locomotive repair shops and dining 
rooms, splendid municipal buildings ; has good water power fur- 
nished by the river, electric light, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Innisville, Clayton, Apple- 
ton, Franktown and Ashton. 

CENTRAL CANADIAN, weekly; W. W. Cliff, editor and 
publisher ; established 1876 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n \% 

H ERALD, weekly ; W. H. & S. J. Allen, editors and publishers ; 
established 1850 ; liberal ; Tuesday ;'subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6col. , 19)^ inches. Circ'n \% 

See Advt. Page 44. 

CARP, pop 800, Co. Carleton, on G. T. R.; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Twenty miles W. of Ottawa and 20 miles E. of Amprior. Chief 
Industries : flour and feed mills, apple evaporator, cheese and box 

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factories, lumber, shing-les, brick, cement building blocks and tile 
manufacturing-, and dairy produce. The villagfe contains four 
churches, public school and MacDonald school g^arden, town hall, 
two hotels, public library, exhibition hall and grounds. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Richmond, Stittsville, Kin- 
burn, Galetta, Huntley, South March, Dunrobin, Kilmaurs, Mara- 
thon, Woodlawn and Panmure. 

REVIEW, weekly; James A. Evoy, publisher; established 1904; 
independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19%^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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

# Wabash and M. C. Rys., 76 miles S. W. of Toronto, 35 miles S. of 
Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, flour, 
saw and planing mills, glass factory, limestone, sandstone and gyp- 
sum quarries. 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, Decewsville, Clanbrassil, S. Cayuga, Cheapside, 
Nelles Corners, Balmoral, Rainham, York, Canfield, Oneida, Nanti- 
coke and Fisherville. 

HALDIMAND ADVOCATE AND HAGERSVILLE STAND- 
ARD, weekly; Geo. Reeves, publisher ; established 1857; independ- 
ent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten pages, 6 
col., ig)4 inches. See Advt. Fa^e 28. Circ'n i^ 

CHATHAM, pop. 12,000, Co. Kent, on G. T. R., C. P. R., Wabash 

* Ry. , Pere Marquette Ry., Chatham, Wallaceburg & Lake Erie Elec- 
tric Radial Ry., and River Thames, 46 miles E. of W'indsor and 60 
miles S. W. of London ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
canning, flour, and woollen mills, engine, boiler and machine works, 
foundries, carriage factories, evaporator, incubator, scales, office 
furniture and fanning mill factories, wheel works, spring and axle 
works, brass, bent goods and automobile works, and the largest 
wagon factories in the Dominion. The centre of a rich farming and 
fruit-growing country and of a large natural gas belt. The town 
contains eleven churches, college, schools, collegiate institute, con- 
vents, 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. Surrounding 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. Woodward, pub- 
lisher ; established 1869 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; eight to sixteen 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,893* 

WEEKLY {Ba7iner-A'ect's), established 1862 ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve to sixteen pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,224'*" 

Advt. — The city of Cfuitham and Kent County present an excellent market /or 
exploitation. Chatham has t-wenty Jactories employing many hundred people. 
Natural gas is ftirni'ihed at a low rate. A large field of oil has been opened up in 
Kent County. The Daily News and IVeekly Edition — The Banner News — ha7'e a 
large circiclation, and can guarantee to reach the ear and eye of ;jo,ooo consumers. 
See Advt. Page lo^. 

PLANET, every evening except Sunday; S. Stephenson, pub- 
lisher; established 1863; conservative; subscription $4.00: eight 
to twelve pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1851 ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. See Advt. Fag^e 82. Circ'n 3^ 

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L'AMI DU PEUPLE, French, weekly; J. R. Cote, publisher; 
established 1908 ; liberal; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four paj^es ; 
7 col., 21)^ inches. 

LE CANADIEN, French, weekly; Jas. G. Duval, manager 
and publisher ; established 1906 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pag-es, 5 col., 16^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CANADIAN CHECKER PLAYER, monthly; Manson D. 
Teetzel, publisher; established 1907; checker players' interests; 
1st of month ; subscription $2.00; twenty-four pages, i wide col., 
6^ inches. 

POULTRY AND DOGS, THE FARMERS' HOME 
JOURNAL, monthly ; Poultry and Dogs, Ltd., publishers ; J. R. 
Cote, editor and manager ; established 1907 ; farm interests ; 
15th of month ; subscription 10 cents; four pages, 7 col., 19^^ 
inches. 

CHATSWORTH, pop. 800, Co. Grey, on C. P. R., 9 miles S. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw and 
planing mills, foundry, lumbering and farming. The town con- 
tains, besides its mills and stores, four churches and public school. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Berkeley, Holland Centre, Massie, Desboro and Williamsford. 

N EWS, weekly ; Al. Littlejohn, publisher ; established 1885 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19 inches. Circ'n i 

CHESLEY^ pop- 2,000, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River and G. T. 
R., 19 miles N. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, woollen and flour mills, foundry, furniture and 
bedstead factories and farming. The town contains, besides its 
mills, factories, etc., six churches, public and high schools, public 
library, And has a volunteer fire brigade. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Hepworth, Allenford, Dob- 
binton, Desboro and Elmwood. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. McDonald, editor and publisher; 
established 1876; independent; Thursday; subscription $i .00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

ASSO. PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Assoc. 
Presbyterian Pub. Co., publishers; A. W. McNeel, manager; estab- 
lished 1858; religious; subscription $1.25; forty pages, i col., 5^^ 
inches. Circ'n % 

CHESTERVILLE, pop. 950, Co. Dundas, on C.P.R. and Petite 
Nation River, 17'/^ miles N. of Morrisburg ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries: farming, dairying, planing, saw, and shingle mills, 
sash and door factory, foundry, tannery and roller mills. The town 
contains five churches, three hotels and public and separate schools. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are. published : 
North W^inchester, Ormond, Connaught, Morewood, Berwick, 
Grantley, Beckstead, Dunbar, F"inch, Crysler, Goldfield, Elma and 
Inkerman. 

RECORD, weekly ; T. T. Shaw, publisher ; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i 

CLARKSBURG, pop. 800, Co. Grey, i^ miles from Thornbury, its 
nearest railway station, on G.T.R., and 14 miles W. of Collingwood ; 
Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : foundry and machine shops, stove. 



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flour, shing'le and heading mills, basket, pump and organ factories, 
woollen mill, farming and apple growing. The town contains four 
churches, school and public library. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Fairmount, Heathcote, 
Ravenna, Redwing, Duncan, Gibraltar, Griersville and Rocklyn. 

REVIEW AND BEAVER VALLEY NEWS, weekly; E. W. 
Johnston, publisher; established 1909; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

CLIFFORD, pop. 700, Co. Wellington, on Red River Creek and G. 
T. R., 50 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw, woollen, planing and flour mills, evaporating factory, 
cider mill, machine shop and tanneries, and mixed farming. The 
town contains five churches, public schools, public library and public 
hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Lakelet, Redgrave, Moltke, Neustadt, Huntingfield, 
Alsfeldt, Drew, Belmore and Orchardville. 

EXPRESS, weekly; Jas. R. Aitchison, editor and publisher; 
established 1892; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 86. 

CLINTON, pop. 2,800, Co. Huron, on G. T. R., 12 miles S. E. of 
Goderich, the county seat; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries; 
saw, flour and knitting mills, salt well, organ factory, boys' clothing 
factory, planing mills and show case works. 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, 7 col., 21 inches. 
See Advt. Page 54. Circ'n \% 

NEWS-RECORD, weekly; W. J. Mitchell, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i js^ 

See Advt. Page 60. 

COBALT, pop. 8,000, District of Nipissing, on Temiskaming Lake 
and T. & N. O. Ry., 100 miles N. of North Bay, 300 miles N. of 
Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. One of the richest and most famous 
mining camps in the world. Over thirty mines are shipping silver 
ore, and the indications are that it will produce a large share of the 
world's silver for years to come. The town contains public and 
separate schools, five churches and five hotels (no license), and has 
an excellent fire department and sewage and water systems. 

NUGGET, every evening except Sunday; W. G. Ferguson and 
H. S. Browning, publishers ; established 1909 ; independent ; sub- 
scription $5.00 in Canada, $7.00 foreign; eight pages, 6 col. , 19^ 
inches. 

See Advt. Page 112. 

COBDEN, pop. 850, Co. Renfrew, on Main Line of C. P. R., about 
100 miles N.W. of Ottawa, 18 miles N.W. of Renfrew and 20 miles 
S. E. of Pembroke; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain- 
growing, flour-milling, dairying and lumbering ; the 6entre of one of 
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contains five churches, schools, and town hall. Surrounding' vil- 
lages where no papers are published : P'orester's Falls, Haley's, 
Osceola and Beachburg. 

SUN, weekly; F. B. Elliott, publisher; established 1895; con- 
servative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

COBOURG, pop. 5,149, Co. Northumberland, on G. T. R., and on 
# Lake Ontario, 6g}4 miles E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen mills, railroad coach and freight car fact- 
ory, flour mill, steel works, brick works, lath, door and matting 
factories, farming and fruit-growing. The town contains six 
churches, collegiate institute, consolidated school and convent 
school, Y. M. C. A., public library, public hall seating 800, armory, 
house of refuge and asylum for women. The town is noted for man- 
ufacturing fine railroad co.aches and cars. It is also a popular sum- 
mer resort for Americans. Has large car and passenger ferry 
running winter and summer to Charlotte, N.Y. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Grafton, Dale, Wick- 
low, Centreton, Eddystone, Baltimore and Harwood. 

SATURDAY MORNING POST, weekly; Floyd & McGuire, 
editors and publishers ; established 1890 ; independent ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 )4 inches. Circ'n i 

SENTINEL-STAR, weekly; Isaac Wilson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1828; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WORLD, weekly; Thos. B. Lapp, publisher ; established 1866; 
liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Circ'n 13^ 

COLBORNE, pop. 1,200, Co. Northumberland, on Lake Ontario and 
G. T. R., 15 miles E. of Cobourg, 30 miles W. of Belleville, 84 miles 
E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, 
canning factory, soap factory, sash and door factory, foundry, barrel 
factory, machine shops, saw mills, farming and fruit-growing. The 
town contains four churches, high and public schools, public library 
containing 1,700 volumes, and public hall seating 800. Steamboat to 
all lake points. Its streets are well laid out. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Castleton, Codrington, 
Wooler, Vernonville, Wicklow, Dundonald, Lakeport, Grafton and 
Baltimore. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; H. Gale, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1882; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., igli inches. Circ'n ^ 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Geo. and H. S. Keyes, editors and pub- 
lishers ; established 1866 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 64. 

COLD WATER, pop. 800, Co. Simcoe, on Coldwater River, C.P.R., 
and G.T.R., i6 miles N. W. of Orillia, 30 miles N. of Barrie ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, saw apd shingle mills, 
lumbering and farming. The town contains three churches, schools, 
general stores, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Lovering, Medonte, Fesserton, Wyevale, 
Saurin, Uhthoff, Lawson, Eady, Silver Creek and Waubaushene. 

PLANET, weekly ; J. F. Van Allen, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1896; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n % 



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COLLI NGWOOD, pop. 7,000, Co. Simcoe, on the Georg^ian Bay 
and G.T.R., 95 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : elevators, saw, planingf, flour and grist mills, pork pack- 
rngf, hosiery mills, foundries, tanneries, dry dock and steel ship build- 
ingf. The town contains seven churches, also public schools, coUe- 
g"iate institute, free library containing- over 6,000 volumes, opera 
house seating 1,200, gfood fire and water department, and excellent 
steamboat service. Surrounding villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Nottawa, Duntroon, Batteau, Glen Huron, and Singhampton. 

BULLETIN, weekly; Bulletin Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1870 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, 
8 col., 2if4 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

ENTERPRISE MESSENGER, weekly ; Enterprise Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1857; conservative; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2i)4 inches. Circ'n 2 

SATU RDAY N EWS, weekly ; News Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1906 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 50 
cents ; four pages, 7 col., 21^4^ inches. Circ'n 1 )4 

COMBER, pop. 1,000, Co. Essex, bn the M.C.R., 31 miles E. of 
Detroit, 15 miles E. of Essex, and 14 miles N. of Leamington ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, saw, planing, stave, 
heading and flour mills and furniture factories. 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 1881 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19)4 mches. Circ'n ^ 

COOKSTOVvN, pop. 900, Co. Simcoe, a thriving station on the 
Hamilton & N.W. Div. of G.T.R. ; 45 miles N.W. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, flour mill, sash 
and door factory, machine shop, saw and planing mill. It contains 
three churches, Anglican, Methodist and Presbyterian, many good 
stores and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Newton, Robinson, Deerhurst, Killyleagh, 
Gilford, Bondhead, Lefroy, Bell Ewart, Egbert, Nicolston, Elm 
Grove and Thornton. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; W. E. Stoddart, publisher ; established 
1897; conservative; Thursday; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, 6 
col., ig/4 inches. Circ'n i 

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COPPER CLIFF, pop. 2,000, District of Sudbury, on Sault Ste. 
Marie Branch of C. P. R., 5 miles S.W. of Sudbury; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : copper mining. The village has several 
stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Naughton, Worthington, Stanley, Gertrude Mine, North 
Star and Chelmsford. 

COURIER AND MINERS' NEWS, weekly; J. J. Pratt, 
editor and publisher ; established 1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1 .00 ; twelve pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n |^ 

CORNWALL, pop. 8,000, Co. Stormont, on the St. Lawrence River, 

# Cornwall Canal, G. T. R. and O. & N. Y. Ry., 67^ miles W. of 

Montreal, 105 miles E. of Kingston ; Tel., T., Ex., ^anks. Chief 

Industries : cotton, woollen, flour, grist, paper and pulp mills, pottery, 

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foundries, furniture, iron bedstead, chair and lacrosse stick fac- 
tories, quarries, brewery and farming;. The town contains nine 
churches, two hospitals, high, public and separate schools, and a 
music hall seating' i,ooo. 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, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,701* 

See Advt. Page 63. 

STAN DARD, weekly ; W. Gibbens, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1872 ; liberal-conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 2i>/ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,790* 

See Advt. Page 20. 

COURTRIGHT, pop. 450, Co. Lambton, on St. Clair River and 
on the Pere Marquette Ry. and M.C.R., 12 miles S. of Sarnia ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing and stock raising. 
The town contains five churches, public school and town hall. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Corunna, Mooretown, Kimball and Bickford. 

SUN, weekly; J. VV^. Kedwell, publisher, Wiliiam Hare, editor 
and manager ; established 1909 ; independent ; Friday ; eight pages. 
Also publishes Petrolia Topic. 

CREEMORE, pop. 750, Co. Simcoe, on Mad Riv.er and G.T.R., 15 
miles S. E. of CoUingwood and 22 miles W. of Barrie; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, planing mill, apple 
evaporator, fruit growing and farming. The town contains four 
churches, schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Banda, Dunedin, Glencairn and Avening. 

STAR, weekly ; A. H. Watson, editor and publisher ; established 
i886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n % 

DELHI, pop. 975, Co. Norfolk, on River Rowan and G.T.R., 90 miles 
S.W. of Toronto, 12 miles W. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : canning and cheese factories, flour, saw, lumber 
and planing mills, tanneries, robe, mitt, glove and hosiery factories 
and farming. 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 Lyne- 
doch. 

REPORTER, weekly"; W. Peraberton, editor and pubUsher ; 
established 1887 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 



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DRAYTON, pop. i,ooo, Co. Wellingfton, on G. T. R. and Conestogfo 
River, 30 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : door and sash factories, verj- extensive tile works, saw and 
flour mills, carriage works and farming-. The town contains five 
churches, a school, free library containing 3,200 volumes, town hall 
seating 500, and electric light plant. Surrounding towns and vill- 
ages where no papers are published : Goldstone, Parker, Bos- 
worth, Hollin, Moorefield, Stirton and Glenallan. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Jabez Coram, editor and publisher ; es- 
tablished 1890 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 6oc. ; four 
pages, 7 col., 22^ inches. Circ'n i j^ 

DRESDEN, pop. 1,613, Co. Kent, on Sydenham River and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 12 miles N. of Chatham, the coimty town ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, hoop and stave making and 
bent wood, hub, spoke, saw and planing mills, basket and canning 
factories, evaporators, foundry, flour mills and farming. The town 
contains five churches, two schools and town hall seating 500. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Dawn 
Mills, Keith, Kent Bridge, Rutherford, Wabash, Oldfield and 
Croton. 

TIMES, weekly; Wells & Co., editors and publishers; estab- 
lished 1872 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n rj^ 

DRUMBO, pop. 500, Co. Oxford on G. T. R. and C. P.^R., 18 miles 
N.E. of Woodstock, 18 miles N.W. of Brantford and 25 miles S.E. of 
Stratford; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, awn- 
ings, tents and fire escapes and apple evaporating. 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, Wash- 
ington, Bright, Innerkip, Gobies, Showers, Canning and Blandford 
Station. 

BEAVER, weekly; E. W. Johnston, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; eight pages, 
5 col., 173^ inches. 

DRYDEN, pop. 450, Rainy River District, on main line of C. P. R,, 
midway between Winnipeg and Fort William ; Tel., Ex. Chief 
Industry : farming. Dryden is the centre of a fertile farming 
region, and a few miles south are the gold mines of the mineral belt. 
It has three churches, two *>chools, two hotels, and a private bank. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Barclay, Oxdrift, Eagle River, Notman and Vermillion Bay. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; Jas. Osborne, editor; established 1905; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. See Wabigoon Star. 

DUNDALK, pop. 900, Co. Grey, on the C. P. R., 40 miles S.E. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, 
flour, woollen, saw and planing mills. The town contains four 
churches, public schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Hopeville, Shrigley, Badjeros, 
Priceville, Horning's Mills, Proton Station, Corbetton, Ventry, 
Riverview, Wareham, Cedarville, Ceylon and Swinton Park. 

HERALD, weekly; J. R. Mclntyre, editor and publisher; 
established 1880 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. '' 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,135. 



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DUNDAS, pop. 4,500, Co. Wentworth, on T. H. & B. Ry. and G. 

T. R., 5 miles W. of Hamilton, connected by electric railway, 
and 25 miles S.E. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : canister, woollen, flour and paper mills, axe, furniture, show 
case and store fitting's, clothing, knitting- and tool factories, glove 
works, mill machinery and supplies and farming. The town con- 
tains five churches, high, public and separate schools, public library, 
town hall, house of providence, old ladies' home ; has water, natural 
gas, and electric light works and fire department. Surrounding- 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Copetown, Troy, 
Greensville, Ancaster, Lynden, Freelton, Millgrove, Westover, 
Rockton, Harrisburg, Clyde, Morriston, Valens, Carlisle, Jersey- 
ville. West Flaniboro and Waterdown. 

BANNER, weekly; Banner Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1858 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., i()}4 inches. 

STAR, weekly ; Thos. W. VVhalley, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1875 > liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., ig^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WENTWORTH LIGHT, weekly; N H. Boden, publisher; 
established 1901 ; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17X inches. 

DUNGANNON, pop. 500, Co. Huron, 13 miles N.E. of Goderich ; 
Tel., T., Bank. Chief Industries : flour and saw mills, creamery, 
evaporator and farming. The town contains three churches, school, 
town hall and agricultural hall. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Nile, Crewe, Port Albert, St. Aug-us- 
tine. Auburn, Kingsbridge and Fordyce. 

NEWS, weekly; L. S. Palmer, publisher; established 1908; in- 
dependent ; Thursday ; subscription $1 .00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. See Advt. Page 68. 

DUNNVILLE, pop. 3,000, Co. Haldimand, on Grand River, 4 miles 
from Lake Erie, and the B. & G. branch G. T. R., 15 miles S.E. of 
Cayuga, 40 miles S.E. of Hamilton, and 40 miles by water W. of 
Buffalo, N.Y. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, 
flour and woollen mills, knitting, hammock and sash and blind fac- 
tories, agricultural implement works, saw and planing mills, found- 
ries, machine shops, cement tile works, stone quarries, carpet, 
cigar and canning factories, creamery and evaporator. The town 
contains five churches, public and high schools, opera house, public 
library, and has fine water power, fire brigade and electric light, 
waterworks and natural gas. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Port Maitland, Moulton, Stromness, Can- 
boro. South Cayuga, Rainham, Byng, Canfield, and .AtterclifFe 
Station. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; W. A. Fry, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1896; liberal; Friday; sub.scription $1.00; ten to twelve 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,682* 

Also publishes Welland Port Post. 

See Advt. Page \ 18. 

GAZETTE, weekly; David Hastings, publisher; established 
1870; liberal-conservative ; Friday; sub.scription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19,1^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

REFORM PRESS, weekly; W. L. VVeatherby, editor and 
publisher ; established 1873 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n ^ 



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DURHAM, pop, 1, 800, Co. Grey, on Saug-een River, C. P. R. and 
G. T. R., 28 miles S. of Owen Sound, 100 miles N. W. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: grist, saw and woollen 
mills, planing mills, sash, door and furniture factory, cement works, 
foundry and farming-. The town contains four churches, public and 
model schools, public library containing over 4,500 volumes, town 
hall seating 400, and has electric ligfht. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Priceville, Varney, Allan 
Park, Dornoch, Neustadt, Ceylon, Dromore, Orchard, Williamsford 
and Traverston. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; W. Irwin, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1867 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to twelve pages, 6 col., ig)4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,450 

See Advt. Page 62. 

REVIEW, weekly; C. Ramage & Son, publishers; established 
1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,1O0 

See Advt. Page 55. 

DUTTON, pop. 1,000, Co. Elgin, on the M.C.R. and Pere Marquette 
Ry., 20 miles S. W. of St. Thomas ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming-, stave and hoop mills, g-rist and saw mills, 
evaporating factory, foundry and planing mills. The town contains 
four churches, also high and public schools, town hall, etc. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Shed- 
den, lona, Wallacetown, Tyrconnell, Fingal, Lawrence and Eag-le. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Blue & Smith, editors and publishers; 
established 1889; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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

STANDARD, weekly ; G. S. MacDonald, publisher ; established 
1896 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription $i.oo ; four pagfes, 
6 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2j^ 

EGANVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Renfrew, on Bonnechere River, G.T.R. 
and C. P. R., 25 miles S. of Pembroke, 21 miles W. of Renfrew; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, farming, woollen, 
carding, saw, planing and flour mills and furniture factory. The 
town contains six churches, public and separate schools, town hall 
and three good hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Combermere, Brudenell, Rockingham, Os- 
ceola, Killaloe, Douglas, Barry's Bay, Golden Lake, Tramore, 
Madawaska, Whitney, Hyndford, Killaloe Station and Micksburg. 

LEADER, weekly ; P. McHug-h, publisher; established 1902; 
independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, 6 col., 
191^ inches. Circ'n 1^ 

See Advt. Page 42. 

STAR- ENTERPRISE, weekly; Dan. A. Jones, publisher; 
established 1878; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col. 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 months, to Dec. '31, 1908, 1,075 

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ELMIRA, pop. 1,700, Co. Waterloo, on the Canag-ag-igue River, C.P.R. 
and G. T. R., 12 miles N. of Berlin, 16 miles N. W. of Guelph, and 
60 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
flour, saw and planing- mills, upholstering, ag-ricultural implement 
factory, furniture and felt shoe factories, interior woodwork factory 
and farming. The town contains seven churches, public school, 
town hall and public library, and has waterworks. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Yatton, Glen- 
allan, St. Clements, Weissenburg, St. Jacobs, Winterbourne, 
Hawkesville, Floradale, Heidelberg, Conestogo, West Montrose 
and Winfield. 

ADVERTISER, semi-weekly; C. W. Schierholtz, publisher ; 
established 1882; independent; Wednesday and Saturday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22% inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 56. 

SIGNET, weekly; Geo. Klinck, publisher; established 1893; 
independent; Thursday; subscription 50c.; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n i 

ELMVALE, pop. 800, Co. Simcoe, on G. T. R., 18 miles N. W. of 
Barrie, the county seat, 17 miles S. of Penetanguishene ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mills, saw and shingle mills, 
planing factories, creamery, farming and dairying. The town con- 
tains, besides general stores, three churches and three hotels, and 
first-class public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Waverley, Wyebridge, Hillsdale, Crossland, 
Edenvale, AUenwood, Orr Lake, Minesing, Phelpston and Wyevale. 

LANCE, weekly; Walls Bros., publishers; established 1901 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 months to Dec. 31, 1908, 965'A^ 

tLORA, pop. 1,400, Co. Wellington, on C. P. R., G. T. R., and at the 
Junction of the Grand ^nd Irvine Rivers, 13 miles N. W. of Guelph; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. ' Chief Industries : three furniture factories, 
foundry, woollen, flour and saw mills and farming. The town has 
excellent water power and contains four churches, high and public 
schools, public librarx'. museum, armory, water and fire department. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no paCpers are published : 
Salem, Alma, Floradale, Pentland, Stirton, Creek Bank, Ponsonby, 
Inverhaugh and Aboyne. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; R. E. Mills, publisher; established 1852; 
independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 
22^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

EMBRO, pop. 800, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, on C. P. R., and 
10 miles W. of Woodstock; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
saw, flax, flour and oatmeal mills, and farming. 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; A. A. McKinnon, publisher; established 
1880; liberal ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
1934" inches. Circ'n ^ 

ENGLEHAR T I District of Nipissing, on Temiskaming & N. O. Ry., 
25 miles N. of New Liskeard, 35 miles N. of Cobalt, 135 miles N. of 
North Bay, and 335 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 

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Situated in the great clay belt, rapidly being settled by farmers. 
Will supply provisions to the mining camps. 

NEWS, weekly ; William Buchanan, publisher ; established 1908 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, 6 col,, 
ig)4 inches. 

ERIN, pop. 800, Co. Wellington, on Credit River and C.P. R., 20 miles 
N. E. of Guelph; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grist, plan- 
ing, knitting, flour, saw and woollen mills, foundry, waggon and 
carriage factory, two grain elevators, stone quarries and lime kilns, 
sash and door factories and farming. Erin is the centre of the 
great stock-raising district. The village contains five churches, 
public and high schools, public library, town hall and armory, and is 
lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Belfountain, Cataract, Alton, Inglewood, 
Terra Cotta, Orton, Tullamore, Charleston, Ospringe, Cheltenham 
and Ballingford. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. Hull & Son, publishers; established 
1876; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,271'^ 

See Advi. Page 118. 

ESSEX, pop. 1,500, Co. Essex, on M.C.R. and W., E. & L.S.R. Ry., 
16 miles S. E. of Windsor; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
canning factory, boiler works, handle, flax, hemp, flour, stave, plan- 
ing and saw mills, brick and tile factories and foundry. The town 
is situated in an excellent fruit-growing and farming district, and 
contains five churches, high and public schools, public library, 
water works and electric light. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Blytheswood, Olinda, Vereker, Cottam, Belle 
River, Maidstone, Sandwich, South Woodslee, Woodslee, Ruscom, 
Ruthven, Edgar Mills and McGregor. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; Brett & Auld, editors and publishers ; 
established 1878 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

EXETER, pop. 1,950, Co. Huron, on Sable River and G.T.R. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, foundry, tannery, salt 
well, flour, saw, planing and flax mills, stave factory, evaporator 
and canning factory. The town contains four churches, town hall 
and public library. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Elimville, Kirkton, Farquhar, Dashwood, 
Crediton, Grand Bend and Centralia. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Sanders & Creech, publishers; estab- 
lished 1887 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^^ inches. Circ'n 2 

TIMES, weekly ; Exeter Times Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

FENELON FALLS, pop. 1,500, Co. Victoria, on the Fenelon River 
and G. T. R., 14 miles N. of Lindsay; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, shingle and chemical mills, lumbering and farming. 
The town contains five churches, public schools, public library. Board 
of Trade and municipally owned electric light and power plant. Sur- 



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roundingf towns and villagfes where no papers are published : Duns- 
ford, Hartley, Islay and Cambray. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; E. D. Hand, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1873 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pagfes, 5 
col., \Tyi inches. Circ'n ^ 

FERGUS, pop. 1,800, Co. Wellington, on Grand River and G. T. 
R., and C. P. R., 13 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, oatmeal, peas and pot barley, saw mills, 
carriage and implement shops, planing mill, seed grain separator 
factory, hay fork and litter carrier factory, lime and stone quarries, 
and farming. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools, town hall and a public library, and has electric light and 
power plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Belwood, Orton, Ennotville, Speedside, Cumnock and 
Alma. 

NEWS-RECORD, weekly; J. C. Templin, editor and pro- 
prietor; established 1858; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 86. 

FLESH ERTON, pop. 750, Co. Grey, on Boyne River and C.P.R., 
30 miles S.E. of Owen Sound; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries: flour, woollen and planing mills, stock-raising and farming. 
The village contains three churches and a school. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Priceville, Inis- 
tioge. Maxwell, Kimberley and Proton. 

ADVANCE, weekly ; W. H. Thurston, editor and publisher ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

FLORENCE, pop. 550, Co. Lambton, on the east branch of Syden- 
ham River, 6 miles from North Bothwell Station on C. P. R. and 23 
miles N.E. of Chatham* Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
farming and grist mill. The town contains besides its stores, etc., 
four churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Oakdale, Croton, Inwood and 
Rutherford. 

QUILL, weekly; H. J. Jerome, publisher; established 1896; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n %, 

Also publishes Bolhivell Times. 

FORD W ICH, pop. 500, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River, and on the 
C.P.R., 10 miles W. of Harriston, 55 miles W. of Orangeville and 
50 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
flour, saw and planing mills, cheese and butter factories and mixed 
farming. The village contains three churches, public school, several 
stores, town hall, public library and hotel. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Newbridge, Lakelet, Moles- 
worth, Belmore and Kurtzville. 

RECORD, weekly; Wm. Watters, publisher ; established 1896; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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FORES T , pop. 2,000, Co. Lambton, on G.T.R., 22 miles N.E. of Sar- 
nia; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, implement works, 
concrete block works, flax, flour, saw and planing mills, brass works 
and foundry. 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. Pettj'piece, editor and publisher ; 
established 1879 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19,^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,Y01'A^ 

STANDARD, weekly; The Forest Standard Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; independent ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,509 

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

TIMES, weekly ; Review Ptg. Co., publishers; established 1894; 
independent; Thursday; subscription, $1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 
5 col., 18 inches. 

Also publishes Bridgeburg Revieiv and Ridgeivay Hei-ald. 

FORT FRANCES, pop. 1,850, Rain)^ Kiver District, on Canada 
Northern Railway, Duluth, Rainy Lake and Winnipeg Ry., and 
N. P. Ry., at terminus of navigation head waters of Rainy 
River, 2d8 miles E. of Winnipeg, 230 miles W^. of Port Arthur and 
Fort William ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, mining 
and farming, saw mills, machine shop and foundry, cement and 
building stone works, and pulp mill under construction. The 
town has five churches, public and high schools, town hall, public 
library, opera house, court house, provincial jail, waterworks, 
sewers, 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, 
Stratton, Pinewood, Banning, La Vallee, Big Fork, Isherwood and 
Crozier. 

TIMES AND RAINY LAKE HERALD, weekly; J. A. 
Osborne, publisher and editor ; established 1894 ; independent ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., I9y^ ins. Circ'n 2 
See Advt. Page 81. 

FORT WILLIAM, pop. 16,882, Co. Thunder Bay, on Kaministiqua 
River, at the head of Lake Superior, the lake terminus of the 
C. P. R. and of the Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., and the terminus of 
the Can. Nor. Ry., 426 miles E. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
The gateway of the Northwest. Chief Industries : iron and foundry 
plant, brick manufacturing, saw and planing mills, sash and door fac- 
tories, stove foundry, broom and brush factory, flour mills. The 
centre of the mining district. It has the largest grain elevator on 
the continent, which, with others, gives a combined capacity of about 
18,000,000 bushels ; 35,000 h.p. of electric energj' is being developed 
at Kakabeka F'alls 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 

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for 1907 was $1,229,000. Fort William has a street railway, water 
works, electric lig'ht and municipal telephone. 1,500,000 tons of 
coal are handled here annually, and customs collections amount to 
over $400,000 a year. Surrounding- towns and villagfes where no 
papers are published : Mackenzie, Pearl River, Murillo, Dexter, 
Ross Port, Slate River, IgTiace, White River and Schreiber. 

HERALD, every morning except Sunday; Herald Printing- Co. 
of Fort William, Ltd., publishers; established 1906; liberal; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; six to sixteen pages, 7 col., 2o|^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 51. 

TIMES-JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday; SuperiAr 
Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1893; independent; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; eight to twenty pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,209* 

Advt. — Fort William — the " Chicago of the North " — is covered absolutely by the 
circulation 0/ tlie Times-Journal — the oldest, largest and best neivspaf>er in the dis- 
trict referred to. Local advertisers speak highly of it as a neivspaper and as an 
advertising medium. Has branch office in Port Arthur. See Advt. Pagejj. 

GALT, pop. 10,350, Co. Waterloo, on Grand River, Mill Creek and 
C.P.R., G.T.R., Gait and Elmira Ry., and Gait, Preston and Hes- 
peler Electric Ry., 13 miles S. E. of Berlin and 25 miles N. W. of 
Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, oatmeal, 
saw, planing and woollen mills, foundries, iron machinery works, 
edge tool works, hub and spoke works, brass and iron bedstead 
factories, engine and boiler works, saw and safe works, knitting 
and shoe factories. The town contains 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. 

REFORMER, every evening except Sunday; Reformer Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, R. Sutherland, Bus. Manager ; established 
1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, 6 or 7 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n ij^ 

WEEKLY, established 1848 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., igi4 inches. Circ'n i^ 

REPORTER, every evening except Sunday; Jaffray Bros., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1896 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
/ eight pages, 7 col., 19)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,984* 

WEEKLY, established 1846; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 28. 

GANANOQUE, pop. 4,120, Co. Leeds, on Thousand Island Ry., 
connecting at Thousand Islands Junction with G.T.R. The town is 
situated at the junction of St. Lawrence and Gananoque Rivers, 2i^ 
mile W. of BrockviUe, i8 miles E. of Kingston ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : carriage, axle, rivet, spring, agricultural imple- 
ment, nail, hinge and copper works, corset steel factory and flour 
mills, farming and dairying. The town contains five churches, high 
and public schools, opera house, two music halls, has fire brigade, 
water works and sewerage system, and is lighted with electricity. 
Good steamboat connection with Montreal and intermediate points. 
Gananoque is the Canadian Gateway to the Thousand Islands, and 

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an important summer resort, and from June to September its popula- 
tion is in consequence largely increased. Surrounding villages 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 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,000 
See Advt. Page loi. 

REPORTER, weekly ; B. O. Britton, editor and publisher ; 
established i860 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 975"^: 

GEORGETOWN, pop. 1,590, Co. Halton, on the River Credit and 
G. T. R., 30 miles W. of Toronto and 36 miles N.W. of Hamilton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : paper mills, boot and shoe 
factory, planing mills, knitting machine factories, typewriter, dyna- 
mo, water motor, gasoline engine, cotton batting, hosiery and 
woollen factories, lime kilns, foundry, stone quarries and farming. 
It contains six churches of different denominations, high and public 
schools, three well equipped hotels, town, masonic and oddfellows' 
halls and public library. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published : Glen Williams, Norval, Stewarton, Ballinafad, Lime- 
house, Salmonville and Ashgrove. 

HERALD, weekly ; R. D. Warren, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1865; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 8 col., 23^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

GLENCOE, pop. 1,200, Co. Middlesex, on G. T. R., Wabash and 
C. P. R., 30 miles S.W. of London, 35 miles N.E. of Chatham, 40 
miles S.E. ofSarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : knitting 
factory, saw mill, sash and door factory, flour mill, fruit evaporator, 
woodenware factory, foundry, woollen mill, creamery and farming. 
The town contains four churches, high and public schools, public 
library of 2,000 volumes, customs office, a good public hall, and it is 
lighted by electric light. Spring horse show and agricultural fair held 
annually. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : 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, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,400 

GODERICH, pop. 4,600, Co. Huron, on G. T. R. and C. P. R., 

^ Lake Huron and River Maitland, 63 miles N.W. of London and 125 
miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: dairy- 
ing, fruit growing and farming, 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, and one of the deepest 
and safest harbors on the great lakes. 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 is the largest fishing place on the lake. It is also a 
popular summer resort, with steamer connections north and south ■> 

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on Lake Huron. Surrounding- towns and villagfesj where no papers 
are published : Bayfield, Nile, Port Albert, Auburn, Holniesville, 
Benmiller, Saltford, Carlow and Kintail. 

SIGNAL, weekly; Vanatter & Robertson, publishers ; established 
1848; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eigfht 
pag-es, 7 col., 22^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,065* 

See Advt. Page 56. 

STAR, weekly; Mitchell & Todd, publishers; established 1859; 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten pag^es, 8 
col., 24 inches. 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., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing- and flour mills, pump factory and fishing. 
The town contains three churches and a good public school. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Meldrum Bay, Britainville, Providence Bay, Morrisville, Honora and 
Kagawong. 

RECORDER, weekly; Manitoulin Reformer Pub. Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1908 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

GORRIE, pop. 500, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and C.P.R., 50 
miles N. E. of Goderich ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Bank. Chief Industries : flour, 
saw and planing mills, excelsior factory, carriage and pump fac- 
tories and farming. 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, Molesworth and Belmore. 

VIDETTE, weekly; J. Stanley Lyons, editor and publisher; 
established 1885 ; conservative; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag-es, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advi . Page 90. 

'GRAND VALLEY, pop. 780, Co. Duff"erin, on Grand River, and 
C.P.R., 12 miles N. of Orangfeville ; Tel., T.', Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : carriage and pump factories, saw, flour, planing, shingle 
and lath mills and farming. The village contains four churches 
and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Colbeck, Monticello, Waldemar, Belwood, Marsville, 
Laurel, Bowling Green, Hereward, Keldon, Orton and Damascus. 

STAR AND VIDETTE, weekly; W. Logan Craig, editor and 
publisher ; established 1886 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,032^ 

GRAVEN HURST, pop. 2,500, Co. Muskoka, on Muskoka Lake, 
and the G.T.R., 12 miles S.W. of Bracebridge, 25 miles N. of Oril- 
lia ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, farming, saw 
and planing mills, foundry and chair factory. The town contains 
five churches, high and public schools, and a free library, and has 
very cheap electric power. It has an international reputation as 
a health resort. The National Sanitorium for Consumption is 
located here. It is the g-ateway to the Muskoka Lakes, in which 
steamers run daily during- season of navigation. Surrounding 

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towns and villagfes where no papers are published : Severn, Wash- 
ago, Rosseau, Port Carlingf, Bala, Port Sandfield, Barkway, Uffingf- 
ton, Windermere and Beaumaris. 

BANNER, weekly; D, J. Grant, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1876 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig'ht 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. See Advt. Page 52. Circ'n % 

GRIIvlSBY, pop. 1,300, Co. Lincoln, on Lake Ontario and G. T. R., 
half way between Hamilton and St. Catharines ; connected with 
Hamilton by H. G. & B. Electric Railway ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour and saw mills, basket and canning fac- 
tories, evaporators and nurseries, agricultural implement works, 
stove foundry and stone quarries and mixed farming. The town 
contains five churches, free public library containing 5,000 volumes, 
high and public schools, good 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 pub- 
lished : Jordan, Stoney Creek, Campden, Smithville and Winona. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly ; Jas. A. Livingston, editor alid pub- 
lisher ; established 1885 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17/^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908,1,626* 

(Dated at Grimsby, Beamsville and Smithville.) 

WEEKLY FflUIT GROWER, MARKET GARDENER AND 

POULTRYMAN, weekly; Fruit Grower Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers, 
Jas. A. Livingston, managing editor ; established 1907 ; market gar- 
dening, etc.; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages up, 3 col., 
9^ inches. See Advt. Page 87. Circ'n 2^ 

GUELPH, pop. 14,000, Co. Wellington, on the River Speed, C. P. R., 
# and G. T. R., 28 miles N.W. of Hamilton; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : sewing machine, organ and piano, soap, biscuit, 
waterproof clothing, carriage, lawn-mower, hardware, cream separ- 
ator, agricultural implement, furniture, hosiery and carpet factories, 
flour mills, iron tubing mills, stoves and furnaces, and gasoline 
engine factories. The city contains thirteen churches, collegiate 
institute, colleges, schools, fine public buildings, waterworks, fire 
department, free library containing 5,000 volumes, etc., and the 
celebrated "Ontario Agricultural College"; is lighted by gas and 
electricity and has street railway. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Rockwood, Eden Mills, Arkel, 
Blair, Doon, Limehouse, Belwood, New Germany, Alma, Winter 
bourne, Ballinafad, Morriston, Aberfoyle, Marden and Ospringe. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday ; H. Gunimer, editor 
and publisher ;■ established 1872 ; conservative ; subscription $4.00 ; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1847 ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 2.\]^ inches. Circn 4^ 

Also publishes Ca?iadian 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 pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,351'A' 
WEEKLY, Thursday; established 1844 ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 j^ inches. ^ 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,640* 
See Advt. Page Si. 



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ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE REVIEW, 

monthly ; Committee of the Students of the Ontario Agricultural 
College, editors and publishers ; established 1889 ; colleg'e and 
agricultural ; subscription 50c. ; eighty pages up, 2 col., 7^ inches. 
A college paper, issued only during collegiate year. 

CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST, monthly; Entomological 
Society of Ontario, publishers, C. J. S. Bethune, editor ; established 
1868; scientific; subscription $1.00; fifty-six pages, one col., 6^ 
inches. Circ'n }4. 

CANADIAN FORESTER, monthly ; H. Gummer, editor and 
publisher; established 1881 ; organ of Canadian Order of Foresters; 
subscription 50c. ; eight pages, 4 col. ,15)^ inches. Does not insert 
advertisements. 

CHOSEN FRIEND, monthly; H. Gummer, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1890; organ of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends ; 
subscription 50c. ; eight pages, 4 col., \2%. inches. Does not insert 
advertisements. 

HAGERSVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Haldimand, on the G.T.R. and Mi- 
chigan Central Ry., 25 miles S.W. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : agricultural implement and repair shops, 
grist mills and stone quarries and farming. The town contains, 
besides its mills and stores, four churches and three hotels, and is 
lighted and heated by natural gas. Surrounding towns and villageii 
where no papers are published : Cheapside, Erie, Foreman, Garnet, 
Nanticoke, Nober and Springvale. 

NEWS, weekly; D. & W. H. Seymour, publishers; established 
1888; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., i^yi inches. Circ'n ^ 

HAILEYBURY pop. 3,000, District of Nipissing, on Lake Temis- 
kaming, and on T. & N. O. Ry., io8 miles N. of North Bay ; point 
of call for Steamers of Temiskaming Nav. Co. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : saw mill, planing mills, brick works and supplying 
mines of Cobalt. The town has, besides its stores, five churches, 
public school. Government wharf. Mining Recorder's office, fire 
engine and electric light, sewage and water systems being installed. 
Being the nearest town to Cobalt, and the distributing centre for the 
mining district, Haileybury is growing rapidly. 

SILVER CITY NEWS, semi-weekly; Silver City News, Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; Tuesday and Friday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

.See Advt. Page 53. 

HAILEYBURIAN AND TEMISKAMING MINING JOUR- 
NAL, weekly; C. C. Farr, publisher; established 1904; conserva- 
tive ; Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^^ inches. 

Circ'n ^ 

HAMILTON, pop. 70,000, Co. Wentworth, on Hamilton Bay, 7 miles 
* S. of Lake Ontario, 39 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Connections : various steamboat lines, G. T. R., T. H. & B. R. and 
C.P.R. ; H. & D., H.G. & B., B. & H. and Hamilton Radial Electric 
Railways, supplied with unlimited electric power, connect the citv 
with Dundas, Grimsby, Beamsville, Brantford, Burlington and Oak- 
ville. Chief Industries : International Harvester Co., Canadian 
Westinghouse Co., blast furnaces, smelting works, stove and imple- 
ment works, machinerj', water and gas pipes, cotton mills, furniture, 
saw and planing mills, rolling mills, bolt and tack works, pottery, 
breweries, clothing, engines, glass, screw, sewing machine, scales. 



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boot and shoe factories, etc. Surrounding; country contains many 
fine fruit farms. The city contains several fine public buildings and 
"^•ell-built churches, a higfh school, twenty public schools, four separ- 
ate schools whose system is ver)' complete, Y. M. C. A. hall, various 
public and masonic and oddfellows' halls, one of the finest insane 
asylums in Ontario, two opera houses, two hospitals and larg-e free 
library, fine fire brig'ade and water works. Surrounding^ towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Stoney Creek, Albion Mills, 
West Flamboro', Mount Hope, Bullock's Corners, Winona, Barton- 
ville, Ancaster, Elfrida, Waterdown and Aldershot. 

HERALD, every afternoon except Sunday ; Herald Printing Co. 
of Hamilton, Limited, publishers ; established i88g ; independent ; 
subscription $3.60, delivered, $2.00 by mail ; ten to twenty-four 
pages, 7 col., 21^4^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 10,353'^ 

.-idTf. — Results prove the Herald — the pioneer one cent paper — the best advertis- 
ing }>wdiiitn in Hamilton. Famous for Resjtlts. The recognized JVant -medium, 
reaches the best classes in the city and peninsula of Niagara — the Gardefi of 
Canada. Daily, $2.00 a year outside city, superseding tveeklies. The Herald is 
considered the Model Evening Paper of Canada. Circulation books open. Send 
for advertisers' testimonials, rates, etc. See Advt. Pages 18 and ig. 

SPECTATOR, every evening except Sunday; Spectator Print- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1846 ; independent-conservative ; 
subscription $3.60 ; ten to twenty-four pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 16,905* 
SEMI-W'EEKLY, established 1846; Wednesday and Saturday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 8 col., 2i3^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 6,311* 

Advt.^By actual test, an average of four out of every seveti homes in Hamilton 
regularly receive the Spectator. In the majority of these homes no other paper is 
taken. The Tvcice-a-lVeek Spectator centers the rich sun-ounding country in the 
same way. To cover Hamiltmi and District you MUST use the Spectator. It is 
preeminently the paper that gets results. See Advt. Pages 106 and lOfj. 

TIMES, every evening except Sunday; John Carrick, editor, 
Times Printing Co., publishers ; established 1857 ; liberal ; subscrip- 
tion $3.60; ten to thirty-two pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 8 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1857 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21)^ inches. Circ'n 6^ 

Advt. — The " Times" is one of the progressive papers of Canada — clean and 
interesting. Goes into the homes. See Advt. Page 6g, 

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

REVIEW, weekly; M. Lynch-Staunton, publisher ; established 
1899 ; independent ; Friday ; distribution free; eight pages, 7 col., 
19}^ inches. (Circ'n 9^^, distributed free) 

CANADIAN ROYAL TEMPLAR, monthly; T. J. Shanks, 
editor ; Dominion Council of Royal Templars of Temperance, pub- 
lishers ; established 1886; temperance; subscription 50c.; sixteen 
pages, 4 col., 13 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 12,916* 

See .4dvt. Faffe 96. 

HAMILTON NEWSPAPER UNION LIST, a list of 80 
country weeklies ; Canada Ready Print Co., publishers ; 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 Dec. 31, 1908, 67,128* 

Advt. — The Hamilton Xewspaper Union List is composed of 80 Country JVeekly 
Newspapers with a combined Sworn Circulation of o^'cr ^"z ,000. No advertising pro- 
position can stand beside cotitittuous space in the Local PublicatiSiis -when country 
people are to be reached. Country trade is valuable and sticks. It is useless trying 
to capture it except through the local IVeekly. Use this List. See advt. Page $3. ^ 

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OUTDOOR CANADA, monthly; Outdoor Canada Publishinjf 
Co., publisliers ; established 1905; sporting-; subseription $1.00; 
forty pages up, 2 col., g}4 inches. Circ'n 5 

Advt. — " Outdoor Canada " is notv being published under new managetnent in 
Hamilton, nyid stvom circulation for December, igoS, was $,fiSo ; January, igoq, 
6,244 ' February', 6,406. It is rapidly increasing. This is net, all unsold copies 
being excluded from these figures. Outdoor Canada's circulatiim is i>aid itnctlv 
in advance and appeals to e^'ery class of outdoor advertisers. Sworn statement of 
circulation and advertising rates 071 application. Sworn circulation no^v is 6yjoo 
copies and it on the Jump. See Advt. Page yj. 

HANOVER, pop. 2,500, Co. Grey, on the G.T.R. and C.P.R. and 
Saugfeen River, 120 miles N.W. of Toronto, 40 miles S. of Owen 
Sound and 6 miles E. of VValkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : cement, flour, saw and woollen mills, tannery and 
foundry, farming-, lumbering- and furniture manufacturings. Han- 
over is a g;reat furniture manufacturing- centre. 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, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

HARRIS I ON, pop. 1,860, Co. Wellington, on the Maitland River, 
G.T.R. and C.P.R., 40 miles N. W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : pork-packing house, saw, planing and flour mills, 
brick yards, furniture factory, agricultural implements And mixed 
farming. The town contj^ains four churches, high school and public 
school, public library of 3,500 volumes, a town hall seating 450, water 
works and fire department. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are publishecf: Cotswold, Teviotdale, Drew, Rothsay, 
Glenlee, Newbridge, Beehive and Redgrave. 

REVIEW, weekly; E". H. Dewar, publisher; established 1882; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

TRIBUNE, weekly ; John A. Copland, publisher; established 
1866; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 
col., 20X inches. Circ'n % 

HARROW, pop. 600, Co. Essex, on Pere Marquette Ry., 23 miles 
S. of Windsor; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grist mill, planing 
and saw mill, evaporator, creamery, farnling and tobacco growing. 
The town is lighted by electric light, has five churches, a public 
library and good school. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Arner, Marshfield and New Canaan. 

SENTINEL, weekly; Geo. Rogers, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., ig'4 inches. Circ'n % 

HASTINGS, pop, 850, Co. Northumberland, on the Trent River and 
G.T.R., 10 miles W. of Campbellford and 23 miles E. of Peterboro ; 
Tel., T.j Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, wool, saw, and planing 
mills, cheese factories, tanneries and farming. The town contains 
four churches and public and separate schools, and has fine water 
power. Surrounding villages where no papers are published: Rose- 
neath, Keene, Dartford and Westwood. 

STAR, weekly ; F. G. Hubbs, publisher ; established 1878 ; 
independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $100; eight 
pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n % 

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HAVELOCK, pop. 1, 600, Co. Peterboro', on the C. P. R., 25 miles 
E. of Peterboro', 100 miles N.E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw and planing^ mills, telegraph and telephone 
poles, railway ties, cheese-making, farming and railway divisional 
point of C.P.R., employing 200 men. The town contains, besides 
its mills and stores, five churches, large public school, town hall, 
public library and three hotels, and has electric light. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Rockdale, Cor- 
dova, Trent Bridge, Blairton, Round Lake and Victoria. 

STANDARD, weekly; T. P. Lancaster, publisher; established 
1895 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
. 5 col., 171^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

HAVvKESBURYj pop. 5,000, Co. Prescott, on Ottawa River and 
G. T. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, brick 
yard and lime kiln, lumber and pulp mills, sash and door factories 
and flour mill. The town contains four churches, high, public and 
separate schools, custom house, public library and eight hotels, and 
has electric light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Grenville, Cassburn, Little Rideau aAd 
Stepney. 

ECHO, weekly ; Laurin and Sabourin, publishe » ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n i 

Also publish Le Moniteur. 

See Advt. Page 82. 

LE MONITEUR, French, weekly ; Laurhi and Sabourin, pub- 
lishers ; established 1908 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 5 col., 17)^ inches. Circ'n 

Also publish Echo. 

HENSALL, pop. 915, Co. Huron, on the L. H. & B. Ry., 12 miles 
S. of Clinton, 11 miles S.VV. of Seaforth ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief industries : salt works, flour mills, oil wells, engine and 
boiler works, saw, planing and grist mills, one pork packing estab- 
lishment, two carriage shops, stock raising and farming. Sur- 
rounding villages where no papers are published : St. Joseph, 
Bayfield, Kippen, Varna, Binnefield and Hilts Green. 

OBSERVER, weekly ; Mrs. Louise Neelands, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1894; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 8 col., 23 inches. ' Circ'n ^ 

HESPELER, pop. 2,760, 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 ; 3 miles N. of Preston, 14 miles 
E. of Berlin ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, grist 
and planing mills, furniture factory and four foundries, stock raising 
and farming. 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, Kossuth, 
New Dundee and Puslinch. 

HERALD, weekly; O. S. Eby, publisher; established 1895; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19% inches. Circ'n % 

HIGHGATE, pop. 400, Co. Kent, on M. C. R. and Pere Marquette 
Ry. , 40 miles S. W. of St. Thomas and 24 miles N. E7 of Chatham, 
the county seat; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: lumber . 

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and flour mills, sash and door factory, brick and tile yard, cooperage 
and farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Maple Leaf, Muir Kirk, Palmyra, Clachan, Clearville, 
Turin and Slabtown. 

MONITOR, weekly; S. Gosnell, publisher; established 1895; 
independent; Thursd.'iy ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19 inches. Circ'n i 

HILLSBURG, pop. 400, Co. Wellington, on the Credit River and 
C. P. R., 20 miles N. of Guelph, lo miles S. of Orangeville ; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour and saw mills, tanning and 
farming. The town contains five churches, hotel and public school, 
and several good stores. It is situated in a good agricultural 
district. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Reading, Marsville, Coningsby, Mimosa, Cataract, Gara- 
fraxa and Brisbane. 

BEAVER, weekly; Geo. A. Lacey, editor and publisher; inde- 
pendent ; Tuesday ; subscription 50 cents ; four pages, 5 col., 16 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

HOLSTEIN, pop. 250, Co. Grey, on the G. T. R., 40 miles S. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : mixed farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Orchard, Yeovil, Dromore, Hopeville and Vamey. 

LEADER, weekly; G. E. Hudson, publisher; established 1905; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

HUNTSVILLE, pop. 2,400, Co. Muskoka on the Muskoka River 
and Lake of Bays Chain, and G. T. R., 24 miles N. of Bracebridge, 
80 miles S. of North Bay, 146 miles N. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: tannery, saw and planing mills, wood- 
working factory, sash and door factories, foundry and agriculture. 
The town contains five churches, public school and town hall. Hunts- 
ville is the great central tourist point for the whole Lake of Bays 
District. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ravenscliff, Muskoka Falls, Uffington, Novar, Utterson, 
Hillside, Baysville, Emsdale, Scotia, Kelsite, Dorset and Falkenberg. 

FORESTER, weekly; Geo. Hutcheson, editor, H. E. Rice, 
assoc. editor and manager ; established 1876 ; independent ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n t 

INGERSOLL, pop. s>ooo, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, G.T.R., 
C.P.R., T.L.E. & P. Ry. and VV.T.V. & I. Electric Ry. ; lo miles 
S.W. of Woodstock, 20 miles N.E. of London ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : pork packing establishment, agricultural imple- 
ment works, piano and furniture factories, flour, pea, oatmeal, 
woollen and planing mills, foundry, tannery, screw and nut works, 
knitting factory, cheese and condensed milk factories, farming and 
dairying. The town is the centre of the great dairy industry. It 
contains eight churches and four schools, col egiate institute, a free 
library with 3,000 volumes, hall seating 450, has waterworks, elec- 
tric power, a good fire brigade and is lighted with gas and electricity. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Dor- 
chester Station, Salford, Sweaborg, Mount Elgin, Culloden, Foldens, 
Beachville, Putnam and Verschoyle. 

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CHRONICLE, every evening: except Sunday; W. J. Elliott, 
editor, Chronicle Printing- Co., publishers; established 1897; liberal; 
subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 7 and 8 col., ig}4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, {^Chronicle and Canadian Dairyman), established 
1853; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 12 pagfes, 6 col., 19)^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 71. Circ'n \% 

OXFORD TRIBUNE, AND CANADA DAIRY REPORTER, 

weekly ; E. L. Smith & Son, editors and publishers ; established 
1873; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; ten pages, 7 
col., 2\'iy^ inches. Circ'n |^ 

SUN, weekly ; W. J. Taylor, publisher ; established 1882 ; liberal ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Circ'n 1 
IROQUOIS, pop. 1,200, Co. Dundas, on G. T. R. and St. Lawrence 
River, ■7,2, miles W. of Cornwall ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw and flour mills, stave factory, foundry, machine shop, 
dairying and farming. The town contains three churches, one public 
school, one high school and a town hall seating 500. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Cardinal, Vent- 
nor, Brinston's Corners and Shanly. 

ST. LAWRENCE NEWS, weekly ; R. S. Pelton, publisher ; 
established 1889 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

JAR VIS, pop. 1,050, Co. Haldimand, on G. T. R. and Wabash Ry., 
14 miles S.W. of Cayuga, 12 miles E. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grist and saw mills, foundry, cheese and 
butter factory and farming. The town contains three churches, a 
school, and a music hall seating 500. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Nanticoke, Varency, Garnet and 
Cheapside. 

RECORD, weekly ; Mrs. J. W. Rodgers, publisher, A. W. Moote, 
manager ; established 1878 ; independent ; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19'^ inches. Circ'n i 

See Adi't. Page 46. 

KEEWATIN, pop. 500, Rainy River District, on C.P.R., Fort William 
and Winnipeg branch, 129 miles E. of Winnipeg; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : saw and planing mills, flour mills. The village 
has several stores, etc. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; Jas. Wiedman, publisher; established 
1899; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.25 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. 

KEIvIPT V ILLE, pop. 1,700, Co. Grenville,on the navigable branch of 
the Rideau Canal, the St. L. & O. Ry. and Ont. & Que. Div. of 
C. P. R., 24 miles N. of Prescott, 34 miles N.E. of Brockville ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : roller, saw, planing and shingle 
mills, concrete works, foundry, farm implement and stock food 
factories, dairying and farming. 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 quarterly 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- 



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Station, Andrewsville, Newmanville, Grovetoii, Van Camp, Inker- 
man, North Mountain, Dalmeny, Dawson, West Os^oode, Wilson's 
Bay, Reeve Crai^, Carsonby, Goodstown, Malaitoff and North 
Rideau. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Advance Printing' Co., Ltd., publishers, 
B. A. Seely, secretary-treasurer and managing' director ; established 
1854 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to sixteen 
pages, 7 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n 3 

KENORA, pop. 7,000, Rainy River District, on C. P. R., 297 miles 

* W. of Port Arthur, and 135 miles E. of Winnipeg, head of 300 
miles of navigation ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour 
milling:, fishing, lumbering, foundries, fur-trading, minuig and farm- 
ing. The town contains six churches, schools, public library, town 
hall, opera house and ten hotels, and owns 6,000 h.p. water power 
plant, electric light system and waterworkis system. Surrounding 

' towns and villages where no papers are published : Horner, Oster- 
sund, Margach, Hawk, Hodge and Perry. 

MINER AND NEWS, semi-weekly; Miner Publishing Co., 
publishers, J. P. Earngey, managing editor; established 1896; in- 
dependent-conservative and mining ; Wednesday and Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.50; four to eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i}( 

See Advt. Page 75. 

SATURDAY HERALD, weekly ; James A. Field, editor and 
manager; established 1907; liberal; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
four to eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 76. 

KINCARDINE, pop. 2,800, Co. Bruce, on Lake Huron, the 
Penetangore River and G. T. R., 28 miles W. of Walkerton, 159 
miles from Toronto ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, 
woollen and planing mills, foundry and bridge works, pork factory, 
furniture factories, engine, brick and salt works and farming. The 
town contains five churches, high and public schools, Carnegie 
library, customs house and a town hall seating 600. Kincardine is 
a popular summer resort, with fine beach, golf links, bowling green, 
parks and race course. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published: Holyrood, Kinlough, Riversdale, Millarton, 
Kinloss, Bervie, Amberley, Pine River, Armow, Underwood and 
Glamis. 4 

REPORTER, weekly; J. J. Hunter, editor and publisher; 
established 1866 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1%. 

See Advt. Page 76. 

REVI EW, weekly ; Hugh Clark, editor and publisher ; established 
1863; independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n %% 

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

# at the head of St. Lawrence River, at junction with Rideau Canal 
System, on G.T. R., K. & P. R. and Bay of Quinte R., 50 miles E. of 
Belleville, 172 miles S. W. of Montreal and 115 miles S. W. of 
Ottawa ; Tel., T. , Fix., Banks. Chief Industries-: locomotives, 
engine shops, ship-building, quarries, cotton and hosiery, sash and 
door and piano and breakfast food factories, dairying and farming^. 
The town contains Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedrals, several 
well-built churches, excellent public buildings, schools and colleges, 
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city. Has g"overnment dry dock, three large elevators and splendid 
fleet of river steamers. The celebrated Royal Military College and 
"A" and " B" batteries of artillery are stationed here, and the Pro- 
vincial Penitentiary is at the outskirts of the city. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Barriefield, 
Harrowsmith, Westbrook, Seeley's Bay, Camden East, Cape Vin- 
cent, Cataraqui, Collins Bay, Inverary, Odessa, Marysville, Elgin- 
burg, Bath, Battersea and Sydenham. 

BRITISH WHIG, every evening except Sunday ; British Whig 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, E. J. B. Pense, managing director ; 
established 1849 ; liberal ; subscription $6.00 ; eight to sixteen 
pages, 7 col., 2o}4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,188'^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1834 ; Monday and Thursday ; sub- 
scription $t.oo ; six to eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 5,053'^ 

Also publishes Ontario Churchman and Church Life. 

See Advt. Page 75. 

STANDARD, every evening except Sunday ; Standard Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers, W. R. Givens, managing director and 
editor; succeeding "The News," established 1810 ; conservative; 
subscription $6.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ in. Circ'n 2^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, Monday and Thursday; subscription $1,00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 j^ inches. Circ'n i 

Advt. — The Daily and Semi-lVeekly Standard succeeded, 8 months ago, the 
Kingston Neivs, ■which was established in j8io. The preseitt editor and managing 
director, Mr. W. R. Givens, was for six years financial editor of the New York 
Times. The Standard is the leading Conservative Daily between Toronto and 
Mo7itreal, and outside of the Toronto papers is perhaps the most ividely quoted paper 
in Ontario. The circulation has more than doubled in 6 months, and is increasing 
very rapidly. See Advt. Page 67. 

CANADIAN FREEMAN, weekly; Rev. J. F. Coffey, LL.D., 

editor, P. Daley, publisher ; established 1884 ; Roman Catholic, 

liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19 
inches. 

CHURCH LIFE, weekly; British Whig Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1908 ; religious, Anglican ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 4 col., 17 inches. 

Also publishes British Whig and Ontario Chn>-chma?i. 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY JOURNAL, semi-monthly; estab- 
lished 1873; the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University, editors 
and publishers; literary; subscription $1.00; forty-two pages, size 
6x10. Circ'n ^ 

(A college paper ; issued only during collegiate year.) 

ONTARIO CHURCHMAN, monthly; British Whig Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1894; religious. Church of England; 
15th of month ; subscription 25c; eight to sixteen pages, 4 wide col., 
17 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, Y.IVQ* 

Also publishes British Whig and Church Life. 

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)^ X 10. 

QUEEN'S QUARTERLY, quarterly; Committee of University 
Staff, publishers; established 1893; university; subscription $1.00; 
eighty-four pages up, one col., 7 inches. 

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KINGSVILLE, pop. 1,500, Co. Essex, 28 miles S.E. of Sandwich and 
eiglil miles W. of Leaming^ton, on P^re Marquette Railway and W. 
E. & L. S. Electric Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
evaporator, saw, flour, woollen and planing- mills, foundry, pump, 
tobacco and canning- factories and farming-. The town contains 
three churches, a school and opera house, and has natural g-as. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es 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, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

LAKEFIELD, pop. 1,600, Co. Peterboro, on the Trent Valley Canal 
and G.T.R., 9 miles N. of Peterboro; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing and flour mills, a canoe factory, cement 
works and extensive granite quarries. The town contains five 
churches, a public school and town hall, and has steamboat con- 
nection with adjoining towns. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Nasseau, Apsley, Lakehurst, Sel- 
wyn, Warsaw, Bridgenorth, Blairton and Ennismore. 

NEWS, weekly; J. W. Ridpath, publisher; established 1886; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^^ 
inches. Circ'n }{ 

LANARK, pop. 979, Co. Lanark, on the River Clyde, 46 miles S.W. 
of Ottawa; Tel., T., Bank. Chief Industries : two woollen factories, 
roller grist mill, saw and planing mills, collection of forest seeds, 
cultivation of ginseng, dairying and farming. The town contains 
six churches, public school and town hall. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Brightside, Galbraith, 
Fallbrook, Balderson, Prestonvale, Poland, Playfair, MacDonald's 
Corners, 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, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n iX 

LEAMINGTON, pop. 3,260, 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., Banks. Chief Industries: tobacco raising, flour, saw and 
planing mills, ladder, canning, cereal coffee and evaporating fac- 
tories, handle and basket factories, fruit growing and farming. 
The town contains five churches, public and high schools and has 
good steamboat service. It is in one of the best fruit, vegetable and 
tobacco growing sections in Canada. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Ruthven, Goldsmith, Blythe- 
wood, Romney and Staples. 

N EWS, weekly ; Mackay & Statia, publishers ; established 1896 ; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

POST, weekly; Post Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 
1874; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 
col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,159* 

See Advt. Page 57. 

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LINDoAY, pop. 8,000, Co. Victoria, on Scugfog" River, a link in the 
# Kawartha Lakes chain, on G.T.R. and C.P.R., 78 miles S.E. of 
Georg'ian Bay, 70 miles N.E. of Toronto, and 24 miles W. of Peter- 
boro' ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, oatmeal, 
woollen, saw and planing^ mills, tannery, ag'ricultural implement, 
turbine water wheel, saw mill machinery and other factories, lum- 
berings and tarming^. The town contains six fine churches, a col- 
legfiate institute, schools, public building^s, opera house seatingf 800, 
hospital, house of refugee and a public library of 4,000 volumes. An 
ozone filtration and purification plant has recently been installed in 
connection with the waterworks system. The town has well- 
equipped fair g;rounds, on which a splendid county fair is held 
annually. Surrounding- towns and villagfes where no papers are 
published : Dunsford, Sturg^eon Point, Downeyville, Oakwood, Cam- 
bray, Reaboro, Janetville, Kinmount, Coboconk, Grasshill, Manilla 
and Little Britain. 

POST, every evening- except Sunday ; Wilson & Wilson, pub- 
lishers ; established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eig-ht pag-es, 
6 col., 18^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY, established 1854; Friday; subscription $1.00; twelve 
pagfes, 7 col., 20ji{ inches. Circ'n 2%f 

See Adi't. Page 36. 

WARDER, every evening except Sunday; Watchman-Warder 
Ptg-. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1908; liberal-conservative; 
subscription $3.00 ; four to eig-ht pag-es, 7 columns, 21^ inches. 

Circ'n 1)4 
WEEKLY (WatchmanWarder) \ established 1889; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; twelve to sixteen pag-es, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Circ'n 3^ 
See Advt. Page 74. 

LIN WOOD, pop. 400, Co. Waterloo, on Guelph & Goderich & 
Listowel-Linwood branches of C. P. R., 20 miles N. W. of Berlin, 
25 miles W'. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: saw 
mill, heading- factory, machine shop, pump factory, elevator, farming 
and fruit-growing. The town is very finely situated, with a splendid 
water supply, and contains, besides its stores, four churches, public 
and separate schools and a public library. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Glenallan, Hawkesville, 
Millbank, St. Jacobs, Marden and Hesson. 

NEWS, weekly; Malcolm MacBeth, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col. 22 
inches. Circ'n % 

Also publishes Milverioti Sun and A/onkton Times. 

LISTOWEL, pop. 2,750, Co. Perth, on the Maitland River and G. T. 
R. and C. P. R., 27 miles N. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : woollen, planing, saw and flour mills, foundry, 
furniture and chair factories, and the largest sole leather tannery 
in Canada, brewery and piano factory, farming, and is in the centre 
of one of the leading dairy sections in Western Ontario. The town 
contains seven churches, high and public schools, public library of 
4,000 volumes, a public hall seating 800, and a fire department ; the 
town is lighted with gas and electricity. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Trowbridge, Molesworth, 
Moorefield, Tyrone, Britton, Millbank, Newton, Carthage, Dorking, 
Hesspn, Shipley, Donegal, Kurtzville, Newbridge and Wyandotte. 



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BANNER, weekly; Banner Publishing- Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1866; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eigfht pages, 7 
col., 19J4 inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 122. 

STANDARD, weekly ; A. St. Geo. Hawkins, editorand publish- 
er ; established 1878; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eig-ht pag^es, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

LITTLE CURRENT, pop. 1,052, Grand Manitoulin Island, District 
of Algoma, on the North Shore Channel, 19 miles S. E. of Massey 
on the C.P.R., which is the nearest R.R. station. Chief Industries: 
farmingf and lumbering. The town contains four churches and 
a school of five divisions, and has gfood steamboat connection during 
navigation. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are 
published : Manitowaning-, Sandfield Mills, Kag-awongf, Michael's 
Bay, Providence 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, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

LONDON, pop, 50,000, Co. Middlesex, on River Thames, C. P. R. 
# Pere Marquette, M.C.R., and G.T.R., and S.VV. Traction Co. 
Ry. , 454 miles from Montreal, 121 miles S.W^. of Toronto, 76 
miles S.W. of Hamilton, 120 miles N.E. of Detroit; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : agricultural implements, printing and 
lithog-raphing, tanning, breweries, car shops, chemical works, found- 
ries, brick and tile works, furniture, carriage, canning and evapora- 
ting, sash and door, biscuit, breakfast food, confectionery, cigar, 
stove and boot and shoe factories. The city contains some fine 
churches and public building's, g-ood public, normal and separate 
schools. Western University, two hospitals, city hall, music hall, 
electric railway and radial road, and water works. It is also 
a military post, and has a provincial lunatic asylum. The city is the 
business centre of one of the most fertile and wealthy sections of 
Ontario or of the Dominion. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Appin, Arva, Clandeboye, Delaware, Dor- 
chester, Glanworth, Ilderton, Lambeth, Nilestown and Thorndale. 

ADVERTISER, every noon and evening except Sunday ; Lon- 
don Advertiser Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1863; liberal; 
subscription $5.00 ; ten to twenty pag-es, 7 col., 20 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, ISjTSS^ 

WEEKLY {Western Advertiser), established 1863; Wednesday; 
subscription 75 cents ; twelve to twenty pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 
See Advt. Page 4. Circ'n 2^ 

FREE PRESS, every morning, noon and evening except Sun- 
day ; London Free Press Ptg. Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1855 ; conservative ; subscription, morning $6.00, evening $5.00 ; 
ten to twenty-four pag^es, 7 col., 20 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 10,006'^ 

WEEKLY, established 1849; Thursday; subscription 75 cents; 
twelve pages, 7 col.. 20 inches. 

Advt. — The Free Press t's read in fkf/. of iMndon s homes, besides having a circula- 
tion of oivr 12.000 in Middlesex and the siirroundinz counties of U^estern Ontario. 
Its field is the richest section of the linminion — a field tvhich no advertiser who aims 
at general distribution of his product can afford to neglect. The 3 Daily Editions of 
the Free Press cover this field more thoroughly than does any other paper. See 
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CATHOLIC RECORD, weekly ; Thos. Coffey, publisher; es- 
tablished 1878 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; eig^ht pages, 6 col., 19)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 18,833* 

See Advt. Pag^e 55. 

ECHO, weekly ; A. Talbot & Co. publishers ; established 1879 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription 50 cents by mail, city distri- 
bution free ; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

See Advt. Page 72. (Circ'n 8^, distributed free) 

FARMERS' ADVOCATE AND HOME MAGAZINE, weekly; 
Wm. Weld Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1866; agricultural; 
Thursday; subscription $1.50; forty-eight pages up, 3 or 4 col., 123^ 
inches. See Advt. Page 1 19. Circ'n 30 

CANADIAN WHITE RIBBON TIDINGS, monthly; Official 
Organ of Ontario W.C.T.U., published for the Society by London 
Advertiser Co. ; established 1903 ; temperance ; 15th of month ; sub- 
scription 50 cents; twenty pages, 2 or 3 col.s 10^ inclies. 

ANCIENT FORESTER, monthly; Organ of the Ancient 
Order oi Foresters ; subscription 25 cents ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 
Does tiot hiscrt advertisement s . 

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

CANADIAN WOODMAN, monthly; W. C. Fitzgerald, pub- 
lisher; established 1896 ; official organ of Order of Can. Woodmen ; 
subscription 50 cents; eight pages, size 10^ x 13^^. 

INDUSTRIAL BAN NER, monthly ; Labor Educational Asso- 
ciation of Canada, publishers, Joseph T. Marks, editor; established 
1892; labor news; subscription 35 cents; four pages, 6 col., 19/^ 
inches. Circ'n 5 

L ORIGNAL, pop. 1,400, Co. Prescott, on the Ottawa River and 
# C.P.R., 48 miles E. of Ottawa, 42 miles N. of Cornwall ; Tel., T., 
Ex., 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 : Four- 
nier, Plantagenet and Riceville. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Poulin & Forde, publishers ; established 
1888; liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 
19X inches. Circ'n y^ 

LUCKNOW, pop. 1,700, Co. Bruce, on Nine Mile Creek and G.T.R., 
21 miles S.W. of Walkerton, 22 miles N.E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, woollen and saw mills, furni- 
ture and clothing factories, evaporator, tannery and carriage factory 
and farming. The town contains three churches, a public school and 
a town hall and has waterworks and electric lighting. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published: Kinloss, Lang- 
side, Belfast, L'lster and Holywood. 

SENTINEL, weekly; James L. Naylor, publisher; established 
1873; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6col. , 20 inches. Circ'n i 

MADOC, pop. 1,600, Co. Hastings, on Deer Creek aird G.T.R., 28 
miles N.W. of Belleville; Tel., T., F:x., Bank, Chief Industries: 
flour, saw, woollen and planing mills, tannery and large marble* 

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quarries, talc, iron and gold mines and mixed farming. The town 
contains four churches, schools and town hall and has its own electric 
light plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Bridgewater, Malone, Eldorado, Crookston, Queensboro' 
and Riniington. 

REVIEW, weekly ; J. R. Orr, publisher; established 1877 ; inde- 
jjendent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n i^ 

MARKDALE, pop. 975, Co. Grey, on the Saugeen River and C.P.R., 
30 miles S.E. of Owen Sound, 92 miles W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming, dairying, cheese box factory, 
woollen, flour and saw mills, etc. The town contains four churches, 
hotel, public schools, public hall, grain elevators, besides several 
good stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Kimberley, Eugenia, Princeville, Walters' Falls and Hol- 
land Centre. 

STAN DARD, weekly ; Standard Printing Co., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 2 

MARKHAM, pop. 1,400, Co. York, on the River Rouge and G.T.R., 
22 miles N.E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : carriage factories, woollen mills, cereal mills, flour and saw 
mills and farming. It contains five churches, high and public schools, 
public library and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Unionville, Cedar Grove, Malvern, Agin- 
court, Locust Hill, Ringwood, Milliken, Woburn, Green River, Box 
Grove, Whitevale and Brougham. 

ECONOMIST, weekly ; Corson & Son, publishers and editors ; 
established 1855; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,540 

SUN, weekly ; J. O. Herity, publisher ; established 1881 ; inde- 
pendent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Pec. 31, 1908, 1,065* 

MARMORA, pop. 1,000, Co. Hastings, on Crowe River and on the 
Central Ontario Ry., 41 miles E. of Peterborough, 32 miles N.N.W. 
of Belleville : Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, grist 
and planing mills, woollen factory, gold and iron mines, dairying 
and farming. It is the centre of the mining district including Cor- 
dova, Canadia Gold Fields, Atlas Arsenic and Gawley Gold mines 
and many others. The town contains, besides its stores and fac- 
tories, etc., four churches and three hotels. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Malone, Eldorado, 
Deloro, Bellview, Iron Mine, Blairton and Ivanhoe. 

HERALD, weekly; Howard W. Sabine, publisher; established 
1896 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., i9>^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MASSE Y, pop. 1,000, District of Sudbury, at the confluence of the 
Spanish and Sable Rivers, on Soo Branch of C.P.R. ; water com- 
munication with the Great Lakes; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries: 
lumbering and copper mining. Centre of copper belt on the North 

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Shore of Lake Huron. The town contains five churches and two 
schools. Surrounding towns and villag^es where no papers are pub- 
lished : Webbwood, Espanola, Nairn, Walford, Spanish Station and 
Cutler. 

NORTH SHORE NEWS, weekly; North Shore Pub. Co., 
publishers; established 1905; independent; Friday; subscription 
$1.00; eig'ht pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 

MAXVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Glengarry, on G.T.R., 44 miles E. of 
Ottawa and 73 miles W. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : two lumber mills, sash and door factory, machine shop, • 
tannery, foundry, agriculture, especially dairying, cheese and butter 
factories. 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 pub- 
lished : Dunvegan, Greenfield, Newington, Castleman, Fournier, 
St. Isidore, Moose Creek, Avonmore and Apple Hill. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Geo. W. Conners, publisher; established 
1908 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n j^ 

MEAFORD, pop. 2,800, Co. Grey, on Georgian Bay and G.T.R., 18 
miles N.E. of Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
planing, flour and woollen mills, foundries, ship building, fishing and 
and farming. 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, 6 col., 19)^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

MIRROR, weekly; Jas. Patterson & Son, publishers; established 
1882; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^'^ inches. Circ'n i 

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

Circ'n ^ 

MERLIN, pop. 400, Co. Kent, on Pere Marquette Ry., 3 miles from 
Lake Erie, 16 miles S.W. of Chatham, the county seat; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour and saw mills, foundry, cream- 
ery and mixed farming. The town contains several churches and 
public schools. Surrounding villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Buxton, Sandison, Stewart, Charing Cross, Fletcher, Cedar. 
Spring and Fargo. 

STANDARD, weekly; Marshall & Hind, publishers; establish- 
ed 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 : eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n^ 

MERRICK V ILLE, pop. i,ioo, Co. GrenviUe, on C.P.R., and Rideau 
River and Canal, 9 miles E. of Smiths Falls ; Tel., T., Ex., 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 aii^l dairying. 
The town contains several stores, four churches, two schools and 
a public library. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 

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are published : Andrewsville, Burritt's Rapids, Oxford Mills, New- 
manville, Bishop's Mills, Mount Zion, Easton's Corners, Jasper and 
Kilmarnock. 

STAR-CHRONICLE, weekly ; J. Johnston, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1899; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to 
ten pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n i 

Sec Advt. Page 66. 

MIDLAND, pop. 5,000, Co. Simcoe, on the Georgian Bay and G. T. 
R., 32 miles N. of Barrie, 33 miles N.W. of Orillia ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: saw, shingle, flour, woollen and planing 
mills, foundry, blast furnace, three grain elevators and mixed farm- 
ing. It contains five churches, two public schools, a public hall and 
a free library. The town has an electric light plant, with power 
houses in connection, a waterworks system, fire engine and volunteer 
fire brigade. It has also an excellent harbor and handles a large 
amount of grain. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Byng Inlet, French River, Algoma Mills, Wye Bridge, 
Vasey, Fesserton, Randolph, Victoria Harbor, Waubaushene and 
Waverley. 

ARGUS, weekly ; W. G. Cave, publisher ; established 1889; con- 
servative ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^^ 
inches. Circ'n % 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; J. F. Goodfellow, publisher; estab- 
lished 1882; liberal; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 19X inches. Circ'n i 

MILDMAY, pop. 1,200, Co. Bruce, on the Saugeen River and on 
the G.T.R., 8 miles S. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: grist and saw mills, furniture and sash and door factories, 
dairying and farming. The town contains, besides its mills and 
factories, five churches, school, stores, etc. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wroxeter, Gowans, Cargill 
and Deemerton. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; John A. Johnston, publisher ; established 
1893; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., ^1)4, inches. Circ'n ^ 

MILLBROOK, pop. i,ooo, Co. Durham, on G.T.R., 18 miles N.W. 
of Port Hope, 13 miles S.W. of Peterboro, 24*miles S. E. of Lind- 
say ; Tel., T., Fix., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, woollen, 
planing, saw and grist mills, foundry, steam pump and veneer 
factory and farming. It has three churches, two public schools, 
town hall, good electric light plant and fire hall. In the neighbour- 
hood are about 40 artesian wells, supplying remarkably healthful 
water. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Ida, Glamorgan, Ballyduff", Pontypool, Bethany, Caven, 
Mount Pleasant, Garden Hill, Bewdly, Bailieboro and South Mona- 
ghan. 

MILLBROOK AND OMEMEE MIRROR, weekly; Chas. 
W. Richards, editor and publisher; established 1893; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

REPORTER, weekly; A. Given, publisher, W. S. Given, editor; 
established 1857 ; independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n ^ 

MILTON, pop. 1,700. Co. Halton, on Sixteen Mile Creek. G.T.R. 

# and C.P.R., 33 miles* S.W. of Toronto, 21 miles N. of Hamilton, 

and 23 miles E. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 



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tries : foundries, sash, door, screw, shoe and carpet factories, terra 
cotta and pressed brick works, limekilns and sandstone quarries, 
machine shops, creamery and mixed farmingf. The town contains 
four churches, public schools, public library, town hall, county court 
house, jail, armory and drill hall, and has first class g'ravitation water 
works and fire protection. Surrounding towns and villagfes where no 
papers are published : Lowville, Stewarton, Cumminsville, Omagh, 
Bovne, Palermo, Hornby, Tansley, Zimmerman, Campbellville and 
Kilbride. 

CANADIAN CHAMPION, weekly; Wm. Panton, editor and 
publisher; established i860 ; independent; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 22^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 857 

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

MILVERTON, pop. 1,000, Co. Perth, on G.T.R. and on Guelph- 
Goderich branch of C.P.R., 17 miles N. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : furniture and cooperage shops, saw and 
grist mills, tannery, fell shoe factory, planing mill and box factory 
and farming. The town contains five churches, public library, 
armories and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Brunner, Millbank, Newton, Poole, 
Carthage, Burns, Donegal, Gadshill and Rostock. 

SUN, weekly; Malcolm MacBeth, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1891 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,508 

Also publishes Lt7izuood Nevus and iMonkton Times. 

See Advt. Page 59. 

MINDEN, pop. 300, Co. Haliburton, on Gull River, 7 miles N.W. or 
# Gelert Station, on G.T.R., 43 miles N. of Lindsay; Tel., T. Bank 
at Lindsay. Chief Industries : saw, flour, oatmeal and woollen 
mills, farming and lumbering. The village contains three churches, 
public school, public library, two hotels, and a large summer hotel. 
Adjacent are beautiful lakes, summer cottages, forests and streams 
abounding with fish and game. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published ; Coboconk, Kinmount, Greenwood, 
Gooderham and Ingoldsby. 

ECHO, weekly ; R. H. Baker, publisher; established 1882; in- 
dependent-conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MITCHELL, pop. 1,900, Co. Perth, on Thames River and G.T. R., 
12 miles N.W. of Stratford; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour, flax, hosiery, woollen, saw and planing mills, foundry 
and other manufactories. The town contains five churches, high 
and public schools, town hall, opera house, public library, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published: 
Dublin, Sebringville, Carlingford and Fullarton. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. R. Davis, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished i860 ; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 24 inches. Circ'n 2 

RECORDER, weekly; Wm. Elliot, publisher ; e.stablished 1877; 
liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eiglft pages, 7^ col., 19?^ 
inches. Circ'ri ^ 

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MONKTON, pop. 450, Co. Perth, on C.F.R., 12 miles from Listowel, 
;^o miles from Goderich, 12 miles from Mitchell ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries ; two large brick factories, saw and planing- mill, 
cheese factory, carriage shop and farming. The town contains 
three churches, public school and public library, and is situated in a 
splendid dairying and stock-raising section. 

TIMES, weekly; Malcolm MacBeth, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
22 inches. Circ'n )4 

Also publishes Liniuood News and Milverton Sun. 

IvIORRISBURG, pop. 1,693, Co. Dundas, on St. Lawrence River, 
at foot of Morrisburg Canal, and G.T.R., 27 miles W. of Cornwall; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : implement works, tinplate 
and sheet steel works, stove foundry, flour, saw and planing mills, 
farming and dairying. The town contains five churches, schools, a 
public hall, etc., and owns its own waterworks, electric light and 
power system. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Dunbar, Morewood, North Williamsburg, Aultsville, 
Van Camp, Hallville, Wales, Dundela, Rovvena and Winchester 
Springs. 

HERALD, weekly; F. B. Barkley, proprietor; established 1874; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

LEADER, weekly; Leader Pub.'Co., publishers, L. E. Murphy, 
editor and manager; established 1889; independent; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 18^ inches. Circ'n i 

MOUNT BRYDGES, pop. 650, Co. Middlesex, on G. T. R. and 
C.P.R., 15 miles W. of London; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : lumber and planing mills, apple-evaporating factory, stock- 
raising and farming. The village is in the centre of a thickly popu- 
lated 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, Mel- 
bourne, Christena, Longwood and Appin. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; L. A. Welch & Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1903 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription"$i.oo ; eight pages, 
6 col., i7j!^ inches. Circ'n Yz 

MOUNT FOREST, pop. 2,500, Co. Wellington, on the Saugeen 
River, G. T. R. and C. P. R., 42 miles N.W. of Guelph and 89 miles 
W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, 
woollen, saw and planing mills, sash, door, wardrobe, casket, carri- 
age and threshing machine factories and mixed farming. The town 
contains five churches, public and separate schools, public library 
and town hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Dromore, Varney, Kenilworth, Conn, Cedarville, 
Drew and Farewell. 

CONFEDERATE, weekly; A. W. Wright, editor and publisher; 
established 1867; liberal; "Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

REPRESENTATIVE, weekly; J. A. Lambert, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1885 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 months to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,211'^ 



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NAPANEE, pop. 4,213, Co. Lennox, on Napanee River, G.T.R. and 
* Bay of Quinte Ry., 25 miles E. of Belleville, 25 miles W. of King-s- 
ton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : foundries, paper, 
woollen, flour, oatmeal and saw mills, cheese, furniture, canning, 
cement brick and block, mining machinery, carriage and soap fac- 
tories and dairy farmir»g. The town contains six churches, two 
schools, collegiate institute, public library, good opera house, is 
lighted by gas and electricity, and has an abundant water supply. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Odessa, Bath, Selby, Ernestown, Newburgh, Lonsdale, Camden 
East, Moscow, Colebrook, Erinsville, Marlbank, Taniworth, Freder- 
icksburg, Deseronto Jet., Strathcona, Enterprise, Wilton, Roblin, 
Yarker and Marysville. 

BEAVER, weekly; Templeton & Son, publishers; established 
1870 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 
col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,540'A' 

See Advt. Page 58. 

EXPRESS, weekly; E. J. Pollard, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1861 ; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 8 col., 
24 inches. Circ'n 2 

NEWCASTLE, pop. 700, Co. Durham, on the G.T.R. , 49 miles 
E. of Toronto, 14 miles W. of Port Hope; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming, fruit growing, barrel factory, apple eva- 
porator and flour mills. The town contains, besides its mills, four 
churches and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Clarke, Newtonville and Welcome. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; L. B. Davidson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 18 inches. 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., Banks. Chief Industries •' farming, dairying, traction engine 
and thresher works, felt shoe factory, brass, furniture and trimmings 
works, iron stamping and wagon works, flour, planing and saw mills, 
brewery, carriage works, brick and tile yard. The town contains 
six churches, public schools, free library, public hall, etc. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Baden, 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, 
7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

NEW LISKEARD pop. 3,135, District of Nipissing, on Temiskaming 
Lake and Wabi River, and T. & N.O.Ry. ; connection with C.P. R. 
by boat ; 310 miles N. of Toronto, 10 miles from Cobalt, and one 
day's trip from Larder Lake Gold Regions; Tel., T., Ex., 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 and high schools, free 
library, three hotels, hospital, departmental stores, cement block 
factory, brick yard, planing and saw mills, steam laundry and dye 
works, clock factory and foundry. It is lighted by electricity, 
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HERALD, weekly ; A. \V. Roeburk & J. H. Brown, publishers ; 
established 1904 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig'ht 
pag^es, 7 col., i())4 inches. See Adi'l. Pa^e i\6. Circ'n 

SPEAKER, weekly; Stephenson & Son, publishers; established 
£ . : I I i. . i?"-:-! I :_i:~_ <t. ^ . i „ .. ~^i 



1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $iroo ; ten pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. See AdTt. Page 82. Circ'n i % 



NEWMARKET, pop. 3,500, Co. York, on the Holland River, G.T.R. 
and York & Radial Ry., 34 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : manufacturing pails, tubs and all kinds 
of wooden ware, school desks, office furniture, tannery, flour mill, 
foundry and farming-. The town contains seven churches, public 
schools, public librarj-, town hall, electric light, water works and fire 
department. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Ravenshoe, Holt, Kettleby, Schomberg, Glenville, Pine 
Orchard, Keswick, Mount Albert, Queensville, Sharon, Holland 
Landing, Roach's Point, Belhaven, Sutton and Baldwin. 

ERA, weekly ; L. G. Jackson, editor and publisher ; established 
1852 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,8'70* 

See Adi't. Page 70. 

CXPRESS-HERALD, weekly ; J. D. McKay, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1895; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n i)^ 

CHRISTIAN VANGUARD, semi-monthly; Conference of the 
Christian Church in Ontario, publishers, J. N. Dales, M.A., editor; 
religious, non-sectarian ; subscription 50c. ; sixteen pages, 2 col., 
8^ inches. 

NIAGARA FALLS, pop. 10,000, Co. Welland, on the Niagara 
River, 2 miles below the Falls, and on C.P.R., G.T.R., M.C.R., 
T.H. & B. and New York Central Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Thou- 
sands of tourists pass through here on the way to the Falls. Chief 
Industries: furnace, shoe, shirt, tie and suspender factories, metal 
works, foundries, shredded wheat mill, canning factory, two silver 
works, ethinite, graphite, chicle, essential oils and fine chemicals, 
manufactories of bolts and nuts, railway frogs ,and switches, corru- 
gated paper, sanitary cans, tools, bathroom fixtures, carriage 
mountings, carpet sweepers, corsets, cement block machines and 
chemical fertilizers. The city contains fourteen churches, public 
and separate schools, collegiate institute, hotels aixi general stores, 
public library, city hall, electric light, fire department, street rail- 
ways and two electric railways. A steel cantilever bridge and two 
steel arch bridges span the river at this point. Niagara Falls has 
the greatest electric power development in the world, and is rapidly 
becoming iin industrial hive. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Queenston, Chippawa, St. Davids, Nia- 
gara 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, 
6 col., 193/^ inches, Circ'n \% 

WEEKLY, established 1900; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. See Advl. Page 116. Circ n 4^ 

REVIEW, weekly ; Frank H. Leslie, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1879; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19 inches. See Advl. Page 76. Circ'n ^4 



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NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, pop. 1,600. Co. Lincoln, on M.C.R. 
and Niag-ara River, at the upper end of Lake Ontario, connected 
with Niag-ara Falls by electric railway, 38 miles S. of Toronto, 12 
miles N. of Niagara Falls ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. It is a splendid 
fruit g-rowingf district and an important summer resort. Thousands 
of tourists pass through here on their way to the Falls. It contains 
four churches, two schools, six hotels, a fine library, two forts, his- 
torical building's and a military post. 

TIMES, weekly; Jas. Skelton, editor and publisher ; established 
1896 ; independent; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

NORTH AUGUSTA, pop. 500, Co. Grenville, on the south branch 
of the Rideau River, 4^ miles from Bellamy, on the C. P. R., the 
nearest station, and 15 miles N. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Bank. Chief 
Industries : saw and grist mills, farming and dairying. The town 
contains, besides its mills and stores, three churches. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Algonquin, 
Charleville, Domville, Bellamy, Garretton, Glenmore, Maitland, May- 
nard, Roebuck, and Throoptown. 

CITIZEN, weekly; G. W. Chapman, publisher; established 
1892 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription 75 cents ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

NORTH BAY, pop. 5,000, District of Nipissing, on G. T. R. and 
# C. P. R., and terminal of T. & N. O. Ry., and on the shore ot Lake 
Nipissing, 240 miles N. VV. of Ottawa and 225 miles N. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : mining, saw mills, agri- 
culture, C. P. R. sectional shops and T. & N. O. Ry. shops. 
The town contains five churches, public, separate, normal and high 
schools and the shops of the C. P. R., which employ a large number 
of hands. The town is a very important railway centre, and the 
gateway to the Cobalt district. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Callandar, Mattawa, Cache Bay, 
Trout Mills, Trout Creek, Bonfield, Verner and Warren. 

DESPATCH AND TRIBUNE, weekly ; Nipissing Tribune 
Pub. Co., publishers, Geo. H. Newton, managing director; estab- 
lished 1892 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n i 

Tl M ES, weekly ; N. Phelps, editor and publisher ; established 
1885 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

NORWICH, pop. 1,500, Co. Oxford, on the Otter Creek and G.T, 
R., 13 miles S.E. of Woodstock ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : broom factory, cider and vinegar works, saw, flour and 
planing mills and farming. The town contains four churches, public 
schools, town hall, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Mount Elgin, Newark, Ranelagh, Scotland 
and Harley. 

GAZETTE, weekly; J. S. Winterburn, editor and publisher; 
established 1878 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

NORWOOD, pop. 945, Co. Peterboro, on the River Ouse and C. 
P. R., 18 miles E. of Peterboro'; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries : machine shops, flour and saw mills, buttei;. and cheese, 
veneering, heading, cheese-box, hub, spoke and pump factories and 
farming. The town contains five churches, high and public schoolsj 

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etc. Surrounding' towns and villages 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; eight 
pages, 6 col., ig}4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

OAKVILLE, pop. 2,000, Co. Halton, on Sixteen Mile Creek, Lake 
Ontario, G. T. R. and C. P. R., 16 miles S. E. of Milton, 21 J^ miles 
S.W. of Toronto ; electric railway connection with Hamilton, 18 
miles west; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, fruit- 
growing, carriage building, tanneries, basket factory and ship build- 
ing. 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. 

NEWS, weekly; G. G. Mitchell, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 50 cents ; 
eight pages, 5 col., iT/4 inches. 

OAKVILLE RECORD, weekly ; W. J. Plenty, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1899 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., ig}4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

STAR, weekly; A. S. Fbrster, publisher: established 1883; inde- 
pendent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Circ'n ^ 

OIL SPRINGS, pop. 800, Co. Lambton, on Black Creek and on 
Michigan Central Ry., 2 J^ miles from Oil City and 22 miles S. E. of 
Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : chopping and plan- 
ing mills, flax mills, farming and many oil wells. The town con- 
tains, besides its mills, stores, etc., five churches and three hotels. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; J. S. Gadd, publisher; established 1862; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
lyyi inches. Circ'n i{ 

ORANGEVILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. Dufferin, on River Credit and 
# C. P. R., 45 miles N.W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour, woollen, carding, saw and planing mills, limestone 
quarrie^and cement works and furniture factory. The town con- 
tains five churches, hig-h and public schools, public library, three 
society halls, town hall, court house, water works and fire depart- 
ment. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished: Mono Mills, Alton, Charleston, Mono Road, Cataract, Cale- 
don, Palgrave, Caledon East, Waldemar, Laurel, Hockley, Camilla 
and Mono Centre. 

BANNER, weekly; McGuire & McKitrick, publishers; estab- 
lished 1893; independent; Thursday; Subscription $i.oo ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,095^*^ 

See Adi't. Pa^e 44. 

DUFFERIN POST, weekly; Mungovan Bros., editors and 
publishers ; established 1879 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., \<^% inches. Circ'n \% 

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

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,200 



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ORILLIA, pop. 5,571, Co. Simcoe, on Lakes Couchiching: and Simcoe, 
Trent Valley Canal, and G.T.R., Junction of Midland and Northern 
Divisions, 86 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : lumber mills, tanneries, wood specialty and woollen 
mills, foundries, veneer, sash and door, furniture, clothing, lock, 
barrel, wrought iron wheels and carriage factories. The town con- 
tains seven churches, collegiate institute, public and separate schools, 
hospital, Y.M.C.A., 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 summer resort and 
during the season entertains a great many tourists. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Atherley, Wash- 
ago, Hawkestone, Brechin, Longford and Waubaushene. 

NEWS LETTER, weekly ; Curran Bros., editors and publish- 
ers; established 1884; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. , Circ'n 2% 

See .idvt. Page 105. 

PACKET, weekly ; Hale Bros., editors and publishers ; estab- 
lished 1870 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; six pages, 9 col., 24 inches. Circ'n 2 

TIMES, weekly ; H. T. Blackstone, editor, Times Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1867 ; liberal ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,900* 

CANADIAN WORKMAN, monthly ; John Curran, publisher ; 
established 1879 ; A. O. U. W. ; subscription 50c. ; eight pages, 5 
col., 18X inches. 

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

ORONO, pop. 700, Co. Durham, on the Orono Creek, 15 miles W. 
of Port Hope. Nearest railway point is Newcastle, on the G.T.R., 
which is 5 miles S. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farm- 
ing, planing mill, creamery, flour mill, pump factory, cooper shop, 
foundry and machine shops. • The town contains three churches and 
a school. The surrounding district is noted for its apples. Sur- 
rounding town-i and villages where no papers are published : Tyrone, 
Hampton, Clark, Enniskillen, Kendal, Kirby, Leskard and Ponty- 
pool. 

NEWS, weekly; Samuel Cuttell, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1885; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n ^ 

OS H AW A, pop. 6,000, Co. Ontario, on Lake Ontario and G.T.R., 4 
miles E. of Whitby and 34 miles E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries: flour, woollen and grist mills, piano, farm imple- 
ment and carriage factories, foundries, metal roofing and siding 
factory, harness, steam and gas fittings, sash and door and women's 
whitewear factories, malleable iron works, tannery, canning factory 
and mixed farming. The town contains eight churches, high and 
public schools, a ladies' college, 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, Tauntqa, Columbus, 
Myrtle, Raglan, Whitevale, Foley, Courtice, Enfield and Cedar 
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ONTARIO REFORMER, weekly; E. Mundy& Son, editors and 
publishers; established 1871; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,600 

VINDICATOR, weekly; W. J. Watson, editor and publisher; 
established 1854; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 62. 

OTTAWA, pop. 80,284, Co. Carleton, on Ottawa River and Rideau 
* Canal, C. P. R., G. T. R. and N. Y. C. Ry., 115 miles W. of Mon- 
treal; Tel., T.,Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumber, square timber, 
deals, machinery, foundries, saw and planing, box, pulp, paper, car- 
bide and woollen and other mills, match, fibreware, furniture, broom, 
carriage and street car factories. 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, pos- 
sesses many handsome stone buildings, including the Parliamentary 
and Departmental buildings, and several handsome churches, a uni- 
versity, colleges, convents, model, normal, and several public and 
separate schools, archives, mint, museum and Government House, 
and has excellent fire brigade and water department. The city is 
lighted by electric light and g'as, and has electric street car service. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Chelsea, Clarkston, Ironsides, Pakenham, Finch, Rockland, Met- 
calfe, Crysler, Berwick, Newington, Kenmore, Vernon, Manotick, 
Stittsville, Casselman, Hammond, Masson, Thurso, W^akefield, 
Stewarton, Eastman's Springs and Caledonia Springs. 

CITIZEN, every evening except Sunday, with morning edition 
also ; Southam Limited, publishers ; established 1844 ; independent- 
conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; twelve to twenty-four pages, 7 
col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average (both editions) for 12 mos. to 

Dec. 31, 1908, 12,411* 

CENTRAL CANADA CITIZEN (semi-weekly edition of Citi- 
zefi), established 1844 ; independent, agricultural ; Tuesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.00; ten to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 9,913* 

Advt. — The "Evening Citizen" 'svith morning edition^ goes into practically 8~; 
per cent, of the homes in Ottawa. Its total paid circulation, as well as its circula- 
tion in the Capital, is greater tlian that of any other Ottawa paper. In igo8 it 
carried more " IVant " advertising than both its contemporaries together — conclu- 
sive evidence that it is nearest the hearts of Offa-wa people. .See Aavt. Page 12. 

FREE PRESS, every evening except Sunday; Ottawa Free 
Press, Ltd., publishers; established 1869; liberal; subscription $3.60; 
ten to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20^4^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 7,266* 
SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1869; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; ten to twelve pages, 7 col., 20I4 inches. 

Advt.— Average net circulation of the Ottawa Free Press for six months end- 
ing April I, igog, was 7,6s8. The " Free Press " during the last three years has 
grovm more in circulation than any other Ottmva paper. For two years it has 
carried more display advertising, and reading matter than any other Ottawa paper. 
Von cannot cover Cfttawa without it. See Adi't. Page 8. 

JOURNAL, every evening except Sunday ; Journal Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1885 ; independent ; subscription $3.00; 
twelve to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 21 j^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 9,502* 



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OTTAWA VALLEY JOURNAL {semi-weekly edition of Jour- 
nal), established i886 ; independent, agfricultural ; Tuesday and 
Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; ten to twelve pag'es, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 10,404'*^ 

Advt. The Evening Journal is essefitially the home nevispaper of Ottaiva, and 
carries the largest number of local and foreign advertisers of any Ottaiva paper. 
Through it alone the advertiser can thoroughly cover the classes of the greatest 
purchasing poTver, its circulation being -worth more per thousand to the advertiser 
than a7iy other paper in Ottawa. The "Ottawa Valley Journal" i,semi-weekly^ is 
the most injluential agricultural and dairy paper in Central Canada. See Advt. 
Page 16. 

LE TEMPS, PVench; every evening- except Sunday ; Le Temps 
Printing- Co., publishers, Leopold Moffet, manag-er ; established 
1893; liberal; subscription $3.00; six to eight pages, 7 col. , 20^ 
inches. Circ'n 3 

Sec Advt. Page 51. 

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 Govertiment 
advertisements only. 

DIPPER, weekly; Kuhn Brothers, publishers; established 
1905 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; free distribution ; six to eight 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

DOMINION PRESBYTERIAN, weekly; C. Blackett Robin- 
son, publisher ; established 1898 ; relig-ious, Presbyterian ; Wednes- 
day ; subscription $1.50 ; sixteen pages, size 9 x \2)%- 

Also dated at Winnipeg and Montreal. 

UNITED CANADA, weekly; Jno. D. Grace, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1888 ; independent, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

DANEBROG, Danish, weekly; Chas. C. Meyer, editor and 
publisher ; established 1892 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, size 13 x 20. 

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

CANADIAN PATENT OFFICE RECORD, monthly; pub- 
lished by the Patent Dept. of the Dominion Government ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00. Does 7iot insert- advertisements. 

NATURALIST, monthly ; Ottawa Field Naturalists' Club, pub- 
lishers; established 1879; subscription $1.00; sixteen to thirty-two 
pages, I col., 6^ inches. 

REAL ESTATE CHRONICLE, monthly; J. Y. Caldwell, 
editor and publisher ; established 1900 ; real estate ; free distribu- 
tion ; twenty pages, 3 col., <)% inches. 

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA REVIEW, monthly; University 
Students, publishers; established 1898; college ; subscription $1.00; 
forty to seventy-two pages, i or 2 col., 6^ inches. 

OWEN SOUND, pop. 12,000, Co. Grey, on the Sydenham River 
# and Georgian Bay (Owen Sound), and on C.P.R. and G.T. R. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., 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 confection- 
ery, wire fence and pickle factories, breweries, stone quarries, 
cannery, cigar factory and iron and steel ship building. The tow ri 

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contains six churches, collegfiate institute and business colleg'e, three 
public schools, public library, town hall seating^ 600, elevator, g'ood 
water works, fire department, electric ligrht plant, 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. The surrounding country is noted for its 
apples. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Big Bay, Presqu'Ile, Kilsyth, Leith, Woodford, Johnson, 
Bothwell Comers, Sydenham, Kemble, Brooke, Desboro and 
Shallow Lake. 

ADVERTISER, semi-weekly; James H. Little, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1862 ; independent-liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four to eight pag-es, 7 col., 21 >^ inches. Circ'n lyi 

SUN, semi-weekly; C. A. Fleming & Son, editors and publishers; 
established 1890; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,263* 

See Advt. Page 94. 

TIMES, weekly; Jas. H. Rutherford, editor and publisher; 
established 1853 ; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,314^ 

CHRISTIAN MESSENGER, semi-monthly; Miss May Ste- 

• phens, editor and publisher ; established 1897 ; religious. Disciples of 

Christ; subscription 50 cents; eight to twelve pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

CANADIAN POULTRY NEWS, monthly; Richardson, Bond 

6 Wright, Ltd., publishers; established 1898; poultry; 20th of 
month ; subscription 25 cents ; ihirty-two pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

Circ'n i^ 

PAISLEY, pop. 1,154, Co. Baice, at the confluence of the Saugeen 
and Teeswater rivers, on the G. T. R., 30 miles S. W. of Owen 
Sound and 15 miles N.E. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw and woollen mills, creamery, carpet 
factor}', pork packing establishment, machine shop and farming. 
The town contains four churches, a public school, town hall, public 
library, etc. Surrounding 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, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

PALMERSTON, pop. 2,200, Co. Wellington, on the G.T.R. and 
Stratford and Huron and Wellington Ry., 43 miles N. W. of Guelph, 
the county seat ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, flour, 
flax, oatmeal and other mills, sash and door factory, car and engine 
shops, malthouse, pork packing house, carriage factory and farming. 
The town contains five churches, public school, tow^n 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; H. E. Bywater, publisher; established 
1897; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 

7 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n %, 

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PARIS, pop. 3,400, Co. Brant, at the confluence of the Nith and Grand 
Rivers, on the G. T. R., 61 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, woollen, knitting-, flour, and 
wincey mills, alabastine, needle, screen door, plow and refrigerator 
factories and chemical works. 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. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Princeton, Burford, Falk- 
land, Glenmorris and Canning. 

REVIEW, weekly; A. E. Kinder, publisher; established 1878; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i 

STAR-TRANSCRIPT, weekly; G. W. Featherstone, editor 
and publisher ; established 1857; liberal; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., ig^ inches. Circ'n i 

PARKHILL, pop. 1,430, Co. Middlesex, on the G.T.R., 33 miles N.W. 
of London, 40 miles N.E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, planing, flour, wool and flax mills, foundry, salt 
well and farming. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools, public library, and a volunteer fire brigade. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Corbett, Green- 
way, Moray, Sylvan, Springbank, Kevser and Dashwood. 

GAZETTE- REVIEW, weekly ; William Dawson, proprietor; 
established 1892 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,385 

See Advt. Page 92. 

POST, weekly ; Clothier & Kennedy, publishers ; established 
1903 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1 

See Advt. Page 1 18. 

PARRY SOUND, pop. 4,200, Co. Parry Sound, situated at the 

# mouth of Seguin River, on the Eastern shore of Georgian Bay, 
on the C.N.O.Ry., C.P.R. and one mile from the G.T.R., 50 miles 
N. of Midland ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, 
mining and farming, also several factories and a tannery. The 
town contains five churches, two public schools, court house, re- 
gistry office, has 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, weekl)' ; Chas. Sarney, publisher ; established 
1895; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; twelve pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^^ 

NORTH STAR, weekly; W. H. Bundy, editor and publisher; 
established 1874 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 2\\ inches. Circ'n 2 

PEJVJDriCjKt, pop. 6,000, Co. Renfrew, on Indian, M/uskrat and 

* Ottawa Rivers and C.P.R. and G.T.R., 96 miles N.W. of Ottawa, 
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Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering' and lumber supplies, flour, 
saw and woollen mills, incubator factor)', brick making, foundry and 
machine shops, farming' and poultry raising'. The town contains 
eight churches, a convent, public and separate schools, a hig^h 
school, a court house, town hall, two hospitals, music hall and nine 
hotels ; it also contains the finest agricultural drivings park in the 
Upper Ottawa valley, the largest military camp in Canada, sewer- 
ag'e, water works and fire department, and is ligfhted by electric 
light. Surrounding- villages where no papers are published : Beach- 
burg', Chapeau, Sheenboro, Doug^las, Osceola, Westmeath, Chalk 
River, Petewawa and Rankin. 

OBSERVER AND OTTAWA VALLEY ADVOCATE, weekly; 
M. Ringrose, publisher; established 1854; liberal; Tuesday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eig-ht pagfes, 6 col., ig)4 inches. 

STANDARD, weekly; Pembroke Standard, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1873; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $i.oo ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. See Advt. Page (fo. ' Circ'n 1^ 

DEUTSCHE POST, German, weekly; B. P. Christiansen, 
editor and publisher; established 1902; independent; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.50; twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i)4 

KIRCH EN BLATT, German, weekly; Evangelical Lutheran 
Synod of Canada, publishers ; established 1867 ; religious ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. Circ'n i 

PENETANGUISHENE, pop. 2,917, Co. Simcoe, on G. T. R., and 
at head of Penetanguishene Bay, 34 miles N.W. of Barrie, 103 miles 
N.W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: flour, 
saw and planing mills, foundry, tannery, box and carriage factories, 
lumbering, fishing and farming. The town is a popular summer 
resort and contains four churches, public schools, separate schools, 
free library, fine harbor and wharves, with railway sidings and 
good steamboat service during navigation. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wyebridge, St. Patrick, 
Vasey and Waverley. 

HERALD, weekly; Herald Printing Co., publishers; established 
188 1 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PERTH, pop. 3,600, Co. Lanark, on the Tay .Canal and C.P.R., 45 

# miles S.W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
Wampole laboratory-, knitting mills, distilleries, flour mill, felt mill, 
car wheel works, small hardware factory, plumbago works, foundry, 
farming and dairying. The town contains five churches, public and 
separate schools and collegiate institute, a public library, house of 
industry for the county, a town hall, and has water works and elec- 
tric lighting. There are also extensive mica, bitumen and phos- 
phate 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 ; eight pages, 7 
col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2 

EXPOSITOR, weekly; Chas. F. Stone, editor and publisher; 
established i860; conservative; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19!^ inches. See Advt. Page 108. Circ'n \% 

PETERBOROUGH, pop. 16,491, Co. Peterborough, on the Otona- 

* bee River, G.T.R. and C.P.R., and Trent Canal, 70 miles N.E. of 
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Industries : sash and door factories, flour, oatmeal and woollen mills, 
carpet factories, ag-ricultural implements, underwear, woven labels, 
mining and saw mill 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 Quaker Oats Co. and Peterboro Cereal Co. oper- 
ate large mills for the purpose of manufacturing" flour and cereal 
foods. The Canadian Cordage works and Can. General Electric 
works are also located here. 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 
sixteen churches, Normal School, six public schools, collegiate 
institute, theatre, armory, business college, two hospitals, public 
library, court house, opera house, Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. build- 
ings, and has water works, fire department, electric light, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Warsaw, Keene, Baillieboro', Selwyn, Bridgenorth, Fraserville, 
Centreville, Youngs Point, Mount Pleasant and Ida. 

EXAMINER, every evening except Sunday, Peterborough Ex- 
aminer, Ltd., publishers ; established 1885 ; liberal ; subscription 
$4.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,811* 

WEEKLY, established 1853 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,604^^ 

See Advt. Page 1 16. 

REVIEW, every evening except Sunday; Review Printing and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1872; conservative; 
subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n \% 

WEEKLY, established 1850 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20 inches. See Advt. Page 59. Circ'n z]^ 

TIMES, every morning except Sunday; Times Printing Co., 
publishers ; established 1872 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; 
four to six pages, 7 col., 21 3^ inches. 

WEEKLY, established 1872; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

FARM AND DAIRY AND RURAL HOME (formerly Can. 
Dairyman and Farming World), weekly; Rural Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1882 ; farming and dairying ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty pages, 4 col., 12 inches. Circ'n \\% 

Also publish Canadian Horticulturist. 

CANADIAN FLORIST, bi-weekly; Horticultural Publishing- 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1906; official organ of Can. Horti- 
cultural Assoc. ; every second Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

CANADIAN HORTICULTURIST, monthly; Rural Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1877 ; fruit, vegetable and amateur 
flower culture ; subscription 60 cents ; thirty pages, 3 col., \o% 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 8,799'A' 

Also publish Farm atid Dairy. 

HOME MESSENGER, monthly ; The Garden Printery, pub- 
lishers ; established 1904; religious, Roman Catholic: subscription 
50 cents; sixteen to twenty pages, 2. col., 7^ inches. Circ'n \i 



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PETROLIA, pop. 4,359, Co. Lambton, on Sydenham River, G.T.R. 
and M.C.R., 16 miles S.E. of Sarnia, 50 miles W. of London ; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : foundriesj, boiler and machine shops, 
wajfon works, oil refineries, oil well supplies, planing and flour mills 
and farming. The town is the centre of an immense petroleum belt, 
and contains an oil refinery, and ample facilities for the storage of 
oil. It is also the centre of a splendid farming- community. It has 
six churches, high and public schools, a town hall, excise office, 
masonic temple, public library, opera house, electric light, gas 
works, an excellent waterworks system, and a good fire depart- 
ment. • Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Copleston, Weidman, Warwick, Osborne, Kertch and Oil 
City. 

ADVERTISER AND CANADIAN OIL JOURNAL, weekly; 
Mrs. E. Wilson, publisher, J. G. Hutchcroft, manager ; established 
1867; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 

6 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n i 
See Advt. Page 66. 

TOPIC, weekly ; Kedwell Pub., Co., Ltd., publishers, J. W. Ked- 
well, editor and manager ; established 1879 ; independent-liberal ; 
Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,024'*' 

See Adz>t. Page 64. 

PICKERING, pop. 1,000, Co. Ontario, on Duffin's Creek, about 3 
miles N.E. of outlet into Lake Ontario at Pickering Harbor, and on 
the G. T. R., 22 miles E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, apple-growing, apple evaporator, manufacture 
of small stringed instruments, flour and planing mills. The town 
contains seven churches, a Society of Friends meeting house, a pub- 
lic school, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Brougham, Dunbarton, Whitevale, Greenwood, 
Green River, Audley, Balsam, Altona, Atha, Liverpool, Cherry- 
wood and Kinsale. 

NEWS, weekly; John Murkar, publisher; established 1881 ; inde- 
pendent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Circ'n i^ 
PIC I ON, pop. 4,000, Co. Prince Edward, on the Bay of Quinte and 
* C. O. Ry., 18 miles S. E. of Belleville; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : several creameries, cheese factories, mitt and glove and 
sash and door factories, saw mill, evaporators, foundry, seed ware- 
houses, extensive ship yards, canning factories and farming. The 
town contains seven churches, collegiate institute, business college, 
public schools, town hall, society hall, and has good steamboat 
connection. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published: Ameliasburgh, Bloomfield, Cherry Valley, Consecon, De- 
morestville, Milford, Albury, Rednerville, Carrying Place, Massas- 
saga, Huntingdon, Westlake, North Cressy, Salmon Point, Rose 
Hall, Glenora, Chisholm, High Shore and Wellington. 

GAZETTE, semi-weekly; E. W. Sheriff", publisher; established 
183 1 ; conservative ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n \% 

See Advt. Page 88. 

TIMES, weekly; J. W. McLean, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1854; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 

7 col., 2\% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,776'Ar 

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PLATTSVILLE, pop. 800, Co. Oxford, on the River Nith, i8 miles 
N. E. of Woodstock, four miles N.E. of Brigfht, its nearest railway 
point; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : planing, woollen 
and flour mills, carriage, furniture and pump factories, brick yards, 
tanneries and farming. The village contains four churches and a pub- 
lic school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Washington, New Dundee, Haysville, Wolverton and 
Bright. 

ECHO, weekly ; G. J. Robinson, publisher ; established 1887 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17X inches. Circ'n % 

PORT ARTHUR, pop. 12,000, Co. Thunder Bay, on W. shore 
* of Lake Superior, on G.T.P.Ry., C.P.R., Port Arthur, Duluth Exten- 
sion and Can. Nor. Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
mining, lumbering, shipping, fishing and farming. The town contains 
eight churches, high school, public and separate schools, court house, 
jail 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. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Silver 
Mountain, Murillo, Chapleau, Schreiber, McKenzie River and Nepi- 
gon. 

EVENING CHRONICLE, every evening except Sunday; 
Chronicle Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903 ; liberal ; 
subscription to out-of-town subscribers $3.00, others $4.80 ; six to 
sixteen pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,881'^ 

See Advt. Page loi. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday ; E. B. Mackay, publisher ; 
established 1906 ; independent-conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; six 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

Sec Advt. Page 58. 

PORT COLBORNE, pop. 1,400, Co. Welland, on Lake Erie, at 
entrance of Welland Canal, on the G.T.R., 7 miles S. of Welland, 
25 miles S. of St. Catharines ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
grist and planing mills, lime kilns, brewery, shoe factory, cement 
works and splendidly equipped elevator. It is the transhipping 
point for freight from the West to Montreal, has concrete docks and 
a well protected 22-feet harbor. The town has five churches, school, 
town hall, opera house, customs house, public library, water works, 
electric power and natural gas. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Humberstown, Wainfleet, Low- 
banks, Burnaby, Marshville and Stromness. 

TIMES AND HUMBERSTONE NEWS, weekly ; Geo. J. 
Bell, publisher; established 1899 > independent ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19X inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Ridgezuay Record. 

See Advt. Page 85. 

PORT DOVER, pop. 1,200, Co. Norfolk, on Lake Erie and G.T.R., 
41 miles S.W. of Hamilton, 82 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, fishing, brick and tile yard, 
greenhouses vinegar works, evaporator, knitting and^flour mills. 
The town contains four churches, high and public schools, town hall, 
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natural g-as in abundance. Port Dover is a popular summer resort. 
Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers are published : Nan- 
ticoke, Port Ryerse, Normindale, Renton and Vittoria. 

HERALD, weekly ; J. S. & W. A. Gordon, publishers; estab- 
tablished 1908; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pag-es, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 34. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; G. F. Robbins, editor and publisher; 
established 1875; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eigfht 
pag-es, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n % 

PORT ELGIN, pop. 1,600, Co. Bruce, on Lake Huron and G. T. R., 
28 miles N.W. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : tannery, brush and broom factory, flour, saw, planing and 
woollen mills and farming. The town contains seven churches, five 
schools, public library, etc. " Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Underwood, Burgoyne, Invermay, Ark- 
wright, Saugeen, Elsinore and Chippewa. 

TIMES, weekly; J. Ross Munro, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1882; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PORT HOPE, pop. 5,300, Co. Durham, at the confluence of Gana- 
raska River and Lake Ontario, and junction of Midland Division with 
main line G.T.R., 63 miles E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : preserving and canning, iron sewer pipe, threaded 
pipe and connecting irons works, enamelled ware, plumbers' sup- 
plies, file factory, flour and plaster mills, tanneries, foundries, brew- 
ery, pottery and red brick plant, extensive greenhouses, planing mills 
and machine shops, lace and carpet mills, carriage and implement 
factories and farming. The town contains eight churches, three 
public schools, high school and Trinity College School, a public 
library, town hall and opera house. It has a fine harbor, life boat 
service, bathing beach, good water works, filtered water, fire de- 
partment, and is lighted by electricity and gas. Surrounding towns 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Canton, Dale, 
Gores Landing, Garden Hill, BallydufF, Enniskillen, Bethany, Zion, 
Bailieboro, Kendall, Newtonville, Perrytown, Pontypool, Welcome 
and Bewdley. 

GUIDE, every evening except Sunday; Geo. Wilson & Son, 
editors and publishers ; established 1878 ; liberal ; subscription 
$3.00 ; foxir pages, 6 col. , 20 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

WEEKLY, established 1831 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 19)4 inches. Circ'n 2% 

Tl M ES, weekly ; William Cameron Grant, publisher ; established 
1856 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 71. 

PORT PERRY, pop. 1,600, Co. Ontario, on Lake Scugog and 
G.T.R., 18 miles N. of Whitby, 48 miles N.E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries': farming, fruit-growing, flour and 
saw mills and gas engine works. The town contains five churches, 
high and public schools, public library and has municipal electric 
light plant. 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. 

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OBSERVER, weekly ; H. Parsons, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1857; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 8 col., 23X inches. Circ'n )^ 

STAR AND STANDARD, weekly; Samuel Farmer, publisher; 
established 1865 ; independent-liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eigfht pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PORT ROWAN, pop. 759, Co. Norfolk, on Lake Erie and on South 
Norfolk branch G. T. R., 21 miles S.W. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : planing mills, grist and saw mills, bit and 
auger factory and farming. 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, 
Walsingham Centre and St. Williams. 

NEWS, weekly; S. H. Harding, publisher; established 1893; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

POVvASSAN, pop. 900, Co. Parry Sound, on South River, near 
Lake Nipissing, and on G.T. R. , 207 miles N. of Toronto, 20 miles 
S. of North Bay ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : mining, 
lumbering, flour, saw and planing mills and farming. The town has 
four churches, public school, town hall, two hotels, and is lighted by 
electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Barrett, Trout Creek, Callender, South River, Nipissing, 
Loring, Frank's Bay and Commanda. 

NEWS, weekly; J. B. Lake, editor and publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 4 
col., 143^ inches. Circ'n yi 

PRESCOT I , pop. 3,019, Co. Grenville, on the St. Lawrence River, 
C.P.R.,andG.T.R., 12 miles E. of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : emery wheel factory, casket factory, brewery and 
distillery, farming and dairying. The town contains five churches, 
public, high and separate schools, town hall, opera house and public 
library ; it has a ferry service to Ogdensburg on the American side, 
and steamboat connection with all points. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Cardinal, Spencerville, 
Charleville, Maitland and Algonquin. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Geo. Mason, publisher; established 1847; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

MESSENGER, weekly; G. R. T. Sawle, editor and publisher; 
established 1855; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; twelve 
pages, 4 col., 14 inches. Circ'n i 

PRESTON, pop. 3,020, Co. Waterloo, at the confluence of the Grand 
and Speed rivers and on the G.T.R., 4 miles N. of Gait, with which 
it is connected by electric railway, 8 miles S.E. of Berlin, also con- 
nected by electric railway ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : woollen and flour mills, stove and furnace foundries, pianv> 
plaj'er and piano player action, hockey stick, metal shingle, siding 
and roofing factories, school and office furniture factory, cigar fac- 
tory, brewery and farming. The town contains six churches, public 
and separate schools, public library, opera house seating 550, and 
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papers are published : Doon, Breslau, Ayr, Blair, New Dundee, 
Myrriston and Puslinch, 

PROGRESS, weekly; Thomas H. Sears, publisher; estab- 
lished 1886; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eig'ht pag^es, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

RAINY RIVER, pop. 2,000, Rainy River District, on Rainy River 
and on Canadian Northern Ry. ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
lumbering" and fishing. The village has four churches, four hotels 
and several stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Beaudette, Barwick and La Vallee. 

GAZETTE, weekly; David Grieve Tuckwell, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1902; independent; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

RcNF REW, pop. 3,400, Cc. Renfrew, on Smith's Creek, Bonnechere 
River, C.P.R., G.T.R., and K. & P. Ry., 35 miles S.E. of Pem- 
broke and 53 miles W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : creamery, flour, saw and planing mills, woollen and 
knitting mills, wooden-ware and steel notions factories, brick and 
tile works and farming. The town contains five churches, coU 
legiate institute, public and separate schools, kindergarten, manual 
training and domestic science schools, public library, town hall and 
public hall, opera house, electric light, power and heat, and a fine 
system of water works and sewerage. There are iron, mica and 
graphite mines in the vicinity. About 1,300 h.p. is developed from 
Falls of Bonnechere, and 700 h.p. more is available. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Calabogie, 
Shamrock, Stewartville, Douglas, Portage du Fort, Forrester's Falls, 
Burnstown, Castleford, Sand Point, Braeside and White Lake. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Renfrew Journal Ptg. & Pub. Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1886 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n J/ 

MERCURY AND COUNTY OF RENFREW ADVERTISER, 
weekly; Smallfield & Son, editors and publishers ; established 187 1; 
independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.25 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,890'*' 

See Advl. Page 28. 

RICHARDS LANDING, pop. 300, Algoma district, on N. shore 
of St. Joseph's Island; steamboat connection with the m.-iinland ; 
nearest railroad station, Desbarats, on the C.P.R. ; Tel., T. , Ex. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Port Findlay, Desbarats, Hilton, Jocelyn and Tenby Bay. 

ST. JOE HERALD, weekly; Jos. Rickaby, publisher; estab- 
lished 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 
5 col., x^Yz inches. Circ'n % 

RICHMOND HILL, pop. 700, Co. York, on C.N.R.,3'^ miles E. of 
Maple Station, on Grand Trunk R., 12 miles N. of Toronto; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, carriage works, foimdry, 
saw mills and tannery. The village contains four churches, high 
and public schools. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Thornhill, Maple, King, Unionville, Nobleton, 
I^ngstaff, Kleinburg and Victoria Square. 

LIBERAL, weekly ; T. F. McMahon, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., \i\{ inches. Circ'n Y^ 



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RIDGETOWN, pop. 2,500, Co. Kent, on M. C. R., and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 20 miles E. of Chatham, 40 miles S.W. of St. Thomas ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing- mills, • 
hoop and stave mill, foundry and machine shop, five grain elevators, 
evaporating-, basket and pump factories and farming-. The town 
contains seven churches, colleg-iate institute, g-raded schools, public 
library, opera house, etc. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where 
no papers are published : Morpeth, Clearville, Palmyra, Vosburg, 
Botany, Duart, Ridley, Selton, Newbury, Buckhorn, Charing- Cross 
and Harwich. 

DOMINION, weekly; Bowyer & Co., publishers; established 
1895; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig-ht pagfes, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PLAINOEALER AND STAN DARD, weekly ; Geo. J. Clax- 

ton, editor and proprietor; established 1875; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eig:ht pag-es, 7 col., 19^2 inches. Circ'n 2j4 

RIDGE WAY, pop. 700, Co. Welland, on Lake Erie and G.T.R., 15 
miles S.E. of Welland, 10 miles W. of Buffalo, N.Y., 10 miles E. of 
Port Colborne ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, 
flour mill and planing- mills. The town is one mile from Crystal 
Beach, Buffalo's g-reat summer resort. 

HERALD, weekly; Review Printing- Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to 
fourteen pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Also publish Bridgeburg Revieiu and Fort Ej-i'e Times. 

RECORD, weekly; Geo. J. Bell, publisher; established 1908 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

Also publishes Port Colborne Times. 

RIPLEY, pop. 650, Co. Bruce, on the G.T.R., 8 miles S.E. of Kincar- 
dine; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, grist and planing 
mills and farming. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, 
three churches and three hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Loclialsh, Rapid City, Askfield, 
Holyrood, Kintail, Bervie, Amberley and Laurier. 

EXPRESS, weekly; G. H. Mooney, publisher; established 1894; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 
19^4^ inches. Circ'n % 

RODNEY, pop. 900, Co. Elgin, on M. C. R. and Pere Marquette Ry., 
29 miles S.W. of St. Thomas, 30 miles N. E. of Chatham ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : agriculture, flour, stave and saw 
mills, furniture, casket, novelty, basket and box factories and plan- 
ing mills. The town contains six churches, school, two hotels and 
several good stores, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Eagle, Tyrconnell, Bismarck, Cashmere, 
Wallacetown, Aldborough, New Glasgow, Thames Valley, Crinan 
and Wardsville. 

'MERCURY, weekly; Sim Brothers, publishers; established 
1885; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to ten 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

RUSSELL, pop. 700, Co. Russell, situated on Castor River (which - 
furnishes power), and Ottawa & N. Y. Ry., 60 miles S. W. of 
L'Orignal, 19 miles S. E. of Ottawa; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief" 

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Industries : woollen, saw and flour mills, dairyings, stock-raising- and 
farming-. The town contains, besides its stores, etc., four churches 
and three hotels, public library and a public school. Surrounding 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published : St. Onge, Em- 
brum, Marvelville, Felton, Kenmore, Vars, Osg-oode, Echo Valley 
and Metcalfe. 

LEADER, weekly; Lowrie Bros., publishers; established 1899; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^2 inches. Circ'n % 

ST. CATHARINES, pop. 11,780, Co. Lincoln, on Twelve Mile 
* Creek and Welland Canal, G.T.R., S. C. & N. C. Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Connected with Thorold, Merrilton, Port Dalhousie and 
Niag-ara Falls by electric railways. Chief Industries : edg-e tool, 
saw, axe and bent stuff factories, news and writingf paper mills, flour 
mills, traction engine and ag-ricultural implement factories, wine 
vaults, brewery, planing mills, machine shops, mining and hydraulic 
machinery, locomotive boiler, harvest tool and cash reg-ister factor- 
ies, carbide works, knitting factories, fruit-g-rowing and farmingf. 
The city contains sixteen churclies, two colleg-es, 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 neigfhborhood : excellent water works and good railway facili- 
ties, with daily steamboat connections to all points. The city is 
lighted b}' electricity and has an electric car ser\'ice. It is the 
county town and is located in the heart of a rich agfricultural and 
fruit -gfrowingf district. The city has some repute as a health resort 
owing- to the natural mineral water springs. Surrounding- towns and 
villag:es where no papers are published : St. David's, Queenston, 
Virgil, Jordan, Drummondville and Port Dalhousie. 

STANDARD, every evening except Sunday ; Burg-oyne & Cal- 
kins, publishers ; established iSgi ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; 
six to ten pag-es, 7 col., 19^4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,055'*r 
SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1891 ; Monday and Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; six pag-es up, 7 col., if^'^/i inches. Circ'n ^ 

Advt. — The Daily Standard has a paid circulation over ^ times that of any other 
Daily in the city. Its a%'erage for the tveek ending Afar.^ tj, igog, ivas 4^502, of ■which 
over 2^00 ivas in St. Catharines. The Tivice-a-lVeek' Standard, circulation 1,200. 
reaches fruit groovers and farmers in the rich surrounding district. See Advt. 
Page 8fi. 

STAR-JOURNAL, every evening^ except Sunday; Journal Print- 
ing Co., editors and publishers, N. R. MacGregor, business man- 
ager, John B. Hanna, editor; established 1859; liberal ; subscription 
$3.00; eight pag-es, 5 col., \'j% inches. Circ'n 1^ 

WEEKLY (Journal) ^ established 1826 ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19!^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CANADIAN PRINTERS' NEWS, monthly; record paper of 
The Co-Operative Newspaper List; Can. Printers, Ltd., publishers; 
four pages, size 13 x 20. 

ST. GEORGE, pop. 900, Co. Brant, on Mill Creek and G.T.R., 
five miles N.W. of Brantford ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : flour, saw and planing mills, sash and door factory, foundrv, 
agricultural and wagon works and farming. The village contains 
three churches, public school and public library. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Glen Morris, Rose 
Bank, Richmond, Princeton, Falkland, Lynden, and Troy. 

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SENTINEL, weekly ; James Heveron, editor and publisher; 
established 1894 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; 
eight pages, size 20 x 13. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Canadiati Holstein-Friesian Record. 

CANADIAN HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN RECORD, semi- 
monthly; James Heveron, publisher ; established 1907; stock-breed- 
ing' ; 5th and 20th of month ; sixteen pages, 2 col. , 7 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Sentinel. , 

ST. MARY S, pop. 3,416, Co. Perth, on the River Thames, C.P.R. 
and G.T.R., 11 miles S.W. of Stratford, 22 miles N. of London ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : woollen, flax and flour 
mills, box, sash, door and blind factories, cooperage, foundry, stone 
quarries, dairy supply factory, agricultural implement works and 
large creamery. 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 six churches. Oddfellows' 
Hall, opera house, public schools, collegiate institute, Carnegie 
library and town hall, water works, and is lighted by electric light. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Avonbank, Prospect Hill, Kirkton, Granton, Thorndale, Woodham, 
Kintore, Lucan, Wellburn and Whalen. 

ARGUS, weekly; A. C. Wood, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1857; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n \)^ 

JOURNAL, weekly; John W. Eedy, publisher ; established 1879; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,184'A' 

See Advt. Paffe 68. 

ST. THOMAS, pop. 14,000, Co. Elgin, situated on banks of Kettle 
* Creek on M.C.R., G.T.R., Wabash R.R., C.P.R. and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 9 miles N. of Port Stanley, 15 miles S. of London, and 
120 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : railway shops, car wheel and casting works, brass foundry, 
woodenware, handle, spoke, stave, and barrel factories, flour and 
planing mills, foundries, breweries, factories producing acetylene 
gas generators, farm and garden implements, furniture and uphol- 
stery, carriages, mattresses, clothing, confectionery, soap, cigars, 
soft drinks, bricks and tiles. St. Thomas is known as the " Rail- 
way City," as it is an important railway centre. The city contains 
thirteen churches, collegiate institute, Alma Ladies' College, Sinclair 
College, business colleges, model, public and separate schools, free 
library, city hall, two opera houses, has electric light, fire department 
and electric street railway. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Glanworth, Fingal, Port Stanley, Wallace- 
town, 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 by 
mail and $4.00 delivered ; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,574* 

WEEKLY (Southern Counties Jotcrnal) , established 1859; Thurs- 
day; sub^,oription $i.oo; eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20/^ inches. 

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TIMES, every evening' except Sunday; Times Printing^ Co., 
publishers ; L. H. Dingman, president and manag^er ; established 
1882; liberal-conservative; subscription $3.00 by mail, $4.00 de- 
livered; eight to fourteen pag'es, 7 col., 20 j4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,585* 

WEEKLY, established 1872 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to fourteen pages, 7 col., 20)^ inches. Circ'n 1 J-^ 

See Advl . ^^(t,ife 20. 

RAILWAY NEWS .AND COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER, bi- 
weekly ; Railway News Pub. Co., publishers ; established 1903 ; 
railway and commercial travellers' interests ; every other Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00; sixteen pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. Circ'n 2 

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, 1908, 3,030'* 

SARNIA, pop. 10,000, Co. Lambton, on the St. Clair River, at the 
# foot of Lake Huron, and on G.T.R. and P.M. Ry., 60 miles W. of 
London ; headquarters oi the Sarnia and Lake Superior S. S. Co. 
and Hamilton Steel and Iron Cos. steamships. Imperial Oil Co's. 
and Reid Wrecking Cos. ships and port of call for many other 
lines; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: oil refinery, flour, 
planing and saw mills, foundries, machine shops, stove, traction 
engine, agricultural implement, hub, spoke and bending factories, 
bridge works, chain works, breweties, salt works and farming. 
500 men are employed by G. T. R. and Tunnel Co. Sarnia is an 
important trans-shippingpoint foriron ore, coal, etc., and the shipping 
of the Great Lakes, at the rate of one vessel ever\' five minutes 
during the season of navigation, passes through. The town contains 
twelve churches, public schools, business college, collegiate institute 
and model school, library, town hall, half million bushel grain eleva- 
tor, 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, 
Mooretown, Camlachie, Port Lambton, Kimball, Seckerton and 
Osborne. 

OBSERVER, every evening except Sunday ; Observer Ptg. Co., 
publishers ; established 1895 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., ^<)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,256'* 

WEEKLY, established 1853; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col,, 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec'. 31, 1908, 1,T02'* 
See Advt. Paffe 1 14. 

CANADIAN, weekly ; Canadian Ptg. Co.. Ltd., editors and 
publishers ; established i860 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 8 col., zz inches. Circ'n 3 

See Acii'l. Page 48. 

POST, weekly ; Davis & Whitcombe, publishers ; established 
1886; independent; Thursday ; subscription Si. 00; eight pages, 7 
col., 22 inches. Circ'n \^ 

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SAULT ST. MARIE, pop. 8,500, Alg^oma District, on St. Mary 
# River, C.P.R. and Alg-oma Central R.R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks,. 
Chief Industries: steel rail mills, blastfurnaces, iron works, reduction 
works, veneer mill, saw mill, agriculture, mining-, lumbering, pulp 
making and fishing. The town contains six churches, public library, 
public and separate schools. The steamboats of the C.P.R. and 
Northern Navigation Co. call tri-weekly. The Sault canal to over- 
come 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. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Desbarats, Echo Bay and Marksville. 

EXPRESS, weekly; C. N. Smith, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1885 ; liberal ; Friday; subscription $i.oo; eight pages, 6 col., 
ig}4 inches. Circ'n i^ 

STAR, weekly ; J. W. Curran, publisher ; established 1897 ; con- 
servative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., ig^4 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,041* 

SEAFORTH, pop. 3,000, Co. Huron, on the G. T. R., 21 miles S. E. 
of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : salt wells, 
agricultural implement works, furniture factory, engine works, tan- 
nery, glove, shoe and legging factories, woollen, saw, flour and oat- 
meal mills and farming. The town contains four churches, high, 
public and separate schools, public library, town hall, public hall, 
water works and fire department. Near by are extensive beds oi 
pure rock salt. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Edgmondville, Winthrop, Walton, Constance, Dublin, 
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 $i.oo ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'rf}^ 

NEWS, weekly ; W. R. Veale, proprietor ; established 1904; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
2 1 3^ inches. ' Circ'n }^ 

SELKIRK, pop. 600, Co. Haldimand, on Lake Erie, 7 miles from 
Nelles Corners on G. T. R., its nearest station, 32 miles S. E. of 
Brantford, 34 miles S. of Hamilton ; Tel., T., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : grist, saw and planing mills, apple evaporator, butter factory, 
natural gas wells and farming. The town has four churches, school, 
public library and hotel. It is lighted by natural gas, has mineral 
springs, and is a popular summer resort. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Balmoral, Cheapside, 
Fisherville, Gill, Garnet, Kohler, Nanticoke, Nelles Corners, San- 
dusk, South Cayuga and Varency. 

STAR, weekly ; Geo. Reeves, publisher, Wm. Hardy, managmg 
editor ; established 1908 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

SHELBURNE, pop. 1,500, Co. Dufferin, on the C P. R., i6 miles 
N.W. of Orangeville, 65 miles N.W. of Toronto, 57 miles S.E. of 
Owen Sound ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: flour, saw, 
planing and shingle mills, hoop and stave factories, tanneries, agri- 
cultural works, stock raising and farming. 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 

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published : Elba, Mono Centre, Primrose, Whitfield, Perm, Horn- 
ing-'s Mills, Stanton, Jessopville, Keldon, Campania, Camilla, 
Honeywood, Riverview, Melancthon and Conover. 

ECONOMIST, weekly; T. F. E. Claridge, editor and publisher; 
established 1883; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 193-^ inches. Circ'n i 

FREE PRESS, weekly; R. L. Mortimer, editor and publislier; 
established 1875; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,302 

SIMCOE, pop. 3,350, Co. Norfolk, on River Lynn, G. T. R. and 
# Wabash Ry. , 80 miles S.W. of Toronto, 22 miles S. of Brantford ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : fruit-growing, farming, 
canning factory, can plant, woollen and shoddy mills, foundry and 
machine shop, flour, saw and planing mills. It is the centre of a 
fine farming district, and does a large business in canned fruit and 
vegetables, cheese and pork products. The town contains five 
churches, public schools and high school, opera house, town hall, 
public library, and has an excellent water system, as well as a 
plentiful supply of natural gas obtained from nearby wells. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Lyne- 
doch, Nixon, Port Ryerse, St. Williams, Vittoria, Langton, Walsing- 
ham Centre, Tyrell, Bealton, Nanticoke, Lynnville, Scotland, Erie 
View, Atherton, Renton, Townsend Centre, Bloomsburg and Walsh. 

BRITISH CANADIAN, weekly; W. Y. Wallace, publisher; 
established i860; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

SIMCOE REFORMER, weekly; H. B. Donly, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1858; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,844* 

See Acii't. Page 66. 

SMITH S FALLS, pop. 5,500, Co. Lanark, on the Rideau River and 
Canal and C.P. R., 129 miles W. of Montreal, 46 miles S.W. of 
Ottawa, 28 miles N.W^ of Brockville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw, flour, shingle, woollen, carding and planing mills, 
agricultural implements, malleable castings and plow works, stove 
foundries and farming. The town contains six churches, high and 
public schools, public library, opera house, town hall, two electric 
light systems, water works, and has regular steamboat service on 
the river. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Jasper, Easton's Corners, Lombardy, Portland, Frank- 
town, Montague, Frankville, Toledo, Pakenham, Oxford Mills, New- 
boro. North Gower, Lyndhurst and Addison. 

NEWS, semi-weekly; James H. Ross, publisher and editor; 
established 1883; conservative; Wednesday and Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; eight pages, 7 col., 19^^ inches. Circ'n \)^ 

RIDEAU RECORD, semi-weekly; G. F. McKimm, publisher; 

established 18S7; liberal; Tuesday and Thursday; subscription 
$1.25; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n \% 

See Advt. Page 56. 

SOMdRA, pop. 500, Co. Lambton, on River St. Clair and Pere Mar- 
quette Ry., 20 mites S. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief In- 
dustries : planing and lumber mills, grist mill, rubber type works 
and mixed farming. The town contains four churches, public school, 

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ai-.d three grain elevators. Surrounding: towns and villagfes where 
no papers are published : Port Lambton, Wilkesport and Bickford. 

OUTLOOK, weekly; R. Saunders, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eigfht pag'es, 6 col., 19'cl 
inches. See Advt. Page 44. Circ'n )^ 

SOUTH AM PTON, 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.R., 32 miles N.W. of Walkerton, five miles N. of 
Port Elgfin ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: furniture, 
planing and lumber mills, wood-turning factory, foundry, grist mill, 
fishing- and farming". The town contains five churches, public and 
high schools, town hall, three hotels and has water works and elec- 
tric light. It is a port of call for steamboats semi-weekly throug^h- 
out navigation. Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are 
published : Allenford, Arkwright, Burgoyne, Chippewa Hill, Elsi- 
nore, Hepworth, Skipness and Sauble. 

BEACON, weekly; Ernest E. Short, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1888; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht 
pages, 6 col., 19X inches. 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., Bank. The town contains five churches and 
two public halls. Chief Industries : carriage factories, tannery, 
planing mill, grist mill, press-board and ladder factory and mixed 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Mountain Station, Hallville, Heckston, Ventnor, Brinston's 
Corners, Inkerman and Cardinal. 

HERALD, weekly ; W. J. Duncan, publisher ; established 1899 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % 

SPRINGFIELD, pop. 800, Co. Elgin, on the M. C. R., 17 miles E. 
of St. Thomas, 6 miles N.E. of Aylmer; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour and saw mills, sash and door factory, machine 
shop, cheese and butter factory, cooperage and engine works, 
dairying and farming. The village contains three churches, public 
schools, and several stores. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Lyons, Brownsville, Orwell, Harrietsville, 
Avon, Corinth, Kingsmill, CuUoden and Mapleton. 

ECHO, weekly; I. Lindsley, publisher; established 1898; inde- 
pendent ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

Circ'n )/■> 

S I AYNER, pop. 1,200, Co. Simcoe, on the G.T.R. , 25 miles N.W. 
of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries: flour, saw, woollen and 
shingle mills, stove factory, foundries, tannery and farming. The 
town contains five churches, public schools, public hall, etc. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Russell- 
ton, Sunnidale, Brentwood, Batteaux and Glencairn. 

SUN, weekly; M. W. Williams, publisher; established 1877; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, size 15 
X 22. Circ'n Y^ 

STIRLING, pop. 950, Co. Hastings, on the G.T.R. and Rawdon 
Creek, 16 miles N. W. of Belleville; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: flour and planing mills, foundry, machine shops, farming 
and dairying. The town contains five churches, high apd public 
schools, public library, town hall and opera house. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Huntingdon, 



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Spring-brook, Wallbridg-e, Madoc Jet., Frankford, Foxboro, Hallo- 
way and Wellman's Corners. 

NEWS-ARGUS, weekly ; James Currie, editor and publisher ; 
established 1879; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19!^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 884 -^r 

See Advt. Page 78. 

STOUFFVILLE, pop. 1,225, Co. York, on G.T.R., 29 miles N.E. of 
Toronto; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mills, saw 
and planing mills, tobacco growing, farming (this being a very fine 
farming district). The town contains six churches, public school, 
public library and public hall. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Altona, Goodwood, Almira, Lemon- 
ville, Ringwood, Mount Albert, Mongolia, Bloomington, Vivian and 
Ballantrae. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Wm. Malloy, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1888 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 19 inches. Circ'n ^ 

STRATFORD, pop. 15,000, Co. Perth, on River Avon and G.T.R., 
* 20 miles N.W. of Woodstock, 2,t, miles N.E. of London ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: G.T.R. locomotive repair and en- 
gineering shops, flour mill, mill building works, woollen, flour, saw 
and planing mills, foundries, pork packing house, breweries, four 
furniture factories, four clothing factories, knitting mills, wire fence 
factory, tannery, carriage, farm implement and threshing machine 
factories, bridge and wind mill works, steel bridge works, dairying 
and mixed farming. A great dairy centre. The city contains four- 
teen churches, normal, public and separate schools, collegiate insti- 
tute, convent, public library, gas, electric light, water works, fire 
department, city hall, court house ; its business streets are paved 
with asphalt block and brick. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Shakespeare, Newton, Gadshill, 
Sebringville and Millbank. 

BEACON, every evening except Sunday ; W. M. O'Beirne, edi- 
tor and publisher ; established 1887 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00 ; 
eight to twelve pages, 6 and 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,012* 

WEEKLY, established 1854 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 6 and 7 col., 19^4^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,358* 

See Advl. Page 105. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday ; Stratford Herald Print- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1887 ; conservative ; subscription 
$4.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,11Y* 

WEEKLY ; established 1863 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four- 
teen to sixteen pag^es, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,032* 

See Advl. Page 85. 

CANADISCHER KOLONIST. German, weekly; Rittinger 
& Motz, Berlin, publishers; established 1863; independent; Wed- 
nesday ; subscription $1.50 ; twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Published in combination with Berliner Journal and Walkertoji 
Glocke. Sworn combined circulation of Kolonist , Journal and 

Glocke, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,269* 

See Advl. Page 77. 

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STRATH ROY, pop. 3,200, Co. Middlesex, on the Sydenham River 
and G.T.R., 20 miles W. of London; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries: furniture factory, canningf factory, woollen, flour, planing: 
and knitting mills, agfricultural works, tannery, brewery, upholstered 
goods and mattress factory, stove works and stave mill, stock rais- 
ing and farming. 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, Kerwood, Poplar Hill, Arkora and Adelaide. 

AGE, weekly ; Evans Bros., editors and publishers ; established 
1866 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

DISPATCH, weekly; Richardson Bros., editors and publishers; 
established 1861 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n lyi 

STREETSVILLE, pop. 600, Co. Peel, on Credit River and C.P.R., 
10 miles S. of Brampton, 20 miles iV.. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : plush, mattress, flour, saw, shingle and 
planing mills, pickle, sash and door factories, pump and windmill 
factory and farming. The town contains four churches, high and 
public schools, public library, town hall, municipal heat and power 
plant, and is the headquarters of the Beekeepers' Association. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Cooks- 
ville, Erindale, Dixie and Meadowvale. 

REVIEW AND PORT CREDIT HERALD, weekly; O. R. 
Church, editor and publisher ; established 1867, re-established 1887 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
\<)% inches. Circ'n % 

STURGEON FALLS, pop. 2,800, District of Nipissing, on C. P. 
R., 24 miles W. of North Bay ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw, planing, shingle, 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 villages where no papers are published : Cache Bay, 
Frank Bay, Verner and Warren. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; The Sturgeon Falls Advertiser Co., 
Limited, publishers ; established 1895 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

SUDBURY, pop. 4,000, Sudbury District, 220 miles W. of Pem- 
# broke, 442 miles W. of Montreal, on main line of C. P.R., junction of 
Soo Line to St. Paul & Minneapolis, and C. P. R. Sudbury-Toronto 
line, on Can. Nor. Rj'. from Toronto, and on Manitoulin & North 
Shore Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: gold, nickel 
and copper mining, lumbering, saw and planing mills. The surround- 
ing country is rich in iron, nickel, copper, gold and other minerals, 
and Sudbury is the centre of the greatest nickel mining operations 
in the world. Business centre of the great lumber industrj'. The 
town contains public, separate and high schools, five churches, and 
is headquarters of the C. P. R. on the Sudbury division. Surround- , 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Wahnapitae, 
Warren, Whitefish, Nairn Centre, Victoria Mines, Worthington, 
Webbwood, Bisco, Espanola and Chelmsford. 

NORTH ERN STAR, every morning except Sunday; New 
Ontario Pub. Co., publishers; established 1909; independent; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 



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JOURNAL, weekly ; Orr&Cressy, publishers ; established 1891 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pag^es, 6 col., 
ig}4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

MINING NEWS, weekly; J. F. & A. G. Templeton, pub- 
lishers ; established 1894 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eig^ht pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

SUNDERLAND, pop. 600, Co. Ontario, situated on Beaver River 
and on the Mid. Div. G. T. R., 28 miles north of Whitby and 6 miles 
S. of Cannington ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: saw 
and planing mills and farming. The town contains besides its 
stores, etc., four churches and a public school. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Garaebridge and 
Brechin. 

BANNER, weekly; W. A. Robinson, pubUsher ; established 
1897; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 

See Cantiington Gleaner. 

SUNDRIDGE, pop. 700, Co. Parry Sound, on the G. T. R., 60 
miles N. of Bracebridge, 44 miles south of North Bay ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank at Bracebridge. Chief Industries : lumbering and farming. 
The town contains four churches, public schools and large saw 
mills. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished ; South River, Magnetawan, Eagle Lake and Trout Creek. 

ECHO, weekly ; John Harper, publisher ; established 1890 ; in- 
dependent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n % 

lARA, pop. 800, Co. Bruce, on Aux Sables River and G.T.R., 30 
miles N. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
flour and woollen mills, sash and door factory, foundry and farming. 
The village contains four churches, free library, public hall, public 
schools, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Invermay, Arkwright, Allanford, Saugeen, Kilsyth, 
Mount Hope, Keady, Elsinore and Burgoyne. 

LEADER, weekly; H. A. Vandusen & Son, publishers; estab- 
lished 188 1 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,339"^^ 

TAVISTOCK, pop. 1,200, Co. Oxford, on the G. T. R. (Buffalo and 
Goderich branch) 8 miles S.E. of Stratford, 15 miles N.W. of Wood- 
stock ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, flax and 
flour mills, furniture, stave and broom factories, dairying, stock-rais- 
ing and farming. The town contains, besides its mills and stores, 
five churches, five hotels and opera hall. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Braemar, Cassel, Hickson, 
Maplewood, Shakespeare, Bright and Innerkip. 

GAZETTE, weekly, N. E. Dopp, publisher; established 1895; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n % 

TEES WATER, pop. 940, Co. Bruce, on Teeswater River and C. 
P. R., 16 miles S. W. of Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, foundry, stock raising and 
farming. The town contains five churches, public schools, etc. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 



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Formosa, Belmore, Kiversdale, Laiigside, Whitechurch and Ennis- 
killen. 

NEWS, weekly; A. D. McKenzie, publisher; established 1874; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
'9/^ inches. Circ'n )^ 

THAMESFORD, pop. 500, Co. Oxford, on North branch Thames 
River and C. P. R., 12 miles S.W. of Woodstock; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : large stave mills, flour mills, two carriage 
shops, flax mill, tannery, stock raising and dairy farming. 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; W. J. Taylor, publisher; established 1904; in- 
dependent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n )'2. 

THAMESVILLE, pop. i,ooo, Co. Kent, on River Thames, G. T. R., 
Wabash and C.P.R., 16 miles N.E. of Chatham; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : canning factory, saw and planing mills, brick and 
tile works, hub and spoke factory, flour mills and farming. The 
town contains five churches, graded schools, public hall, opera 
house and public library, and has municipally owned electric light 
plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Kent Bridge, Wabash, Croton, Northwood, Selton, Clachan, 
Dante and Botany. 

HERALD, weekly; W. B. Davies, publisher; established 1887; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
1934^ inches. Circ'n ,'^ 

I HEDFORD, pop. 700, Co. Lambton, on the G.T.R., 4 miles from 
Lake Huron, 32 miles N.E. of Sarnia and 137 miles VV'. of Toronto ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, fruitgrowing, celery- 
raising, flax mill, turning factories, saw mill, two large stave and 
hoop factories, machine shop, roller mill and evaporator. The vil- 
lage contains five churches and a public school, public library, town 
hall, armory of " C " Company, 27th Regt., and fair buildings. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Ar- 
kona. Grand Bend, Widder, Sylvan, Port Frank and Jura. 

EAST LAMBTON TRIBUNE, weekly; W. Bryant, publisher ; 
established 1900 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 173^ inches. See Advt. Page 100. Circ'n j4 

THESSALON, pop. 2,000, Algoma District, on C.P.R. and north 
shore of Lake Huron, 49 miles E. of Sault Ste. Marie; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : agriculture, salt works, woollen mills, 
smelter, foundry and machine shops, mining and lumbering. The 
village contains, besides its stores, etc., four churches, a hotel and 
a public school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Little Rapids, Day Mills, Walford Station, Algoma 
Mills and Cockburn Island. 

ALGOMA ADVOCATE, weekly; W. T. Francis, publisher; 
established 1887; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., i9>^ inches. Circ'n \% 

I HORN BURY, pop. 1,000, Co. Grey, on Beaveriver, alrits Rout- 
let into Nottawasaga Bay, on the South Shore of Georgian Bay, and 
on G.T.R., 28 miles E. of Owen Sound, and 12 miles W. of Colling- 

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TIVERTON, pop. 500, Co, Bruce, 9 miles N. E. of Kincardine, its 
nearest railway point ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
butter factory, flour, saw and planing- mills and farining. The 
village contains three churches, public school and public library. 
Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers are published ; 
Underwood, Eden Grove, Pinkerton, Glamis and North Bruce. 

WATCHMAN, weekly ; A. McDoug-all, editor and publisher ; 
established 1873 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advl. Fa^c 84. 

TORONTO, pop. 338,814, Co. York, the capital of Ontario, on Lake 
Ontario and Toronto Bay, 333 miles from Montreal, 169 miles from 
Sarnia, 229 miles from Detroit, 514 hiiles from Chicago, 118 miles 
from Buffalo, 565 miles from New York, 227 miles from North Bay, 
1236 miles from Winnipeg : Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The Bay, shelter- 
ed by Toronto Island, affords an excellent harbor, from which 
passenger and freight boats run throughout the season of navigation 
to all lake and St. Lawrence River ports, Canadian and American. 
It is a great railroad centre, with connections by C. P. R., G. T. R., 
C. N. R., T. & N. O. R., T. H. & B. Ry. and their various branches 
and connections with all the important centres on the continent. Its 
manufactures embrace nearly everything required by the public, 
a few of the more important being organs, pianos, boilers, building 
materials, agricultural implements, cast iron work of every descrip- 
tion, furniture, machinery, bridge works, ships, steel and cast iron 
piping, alcoholic liquors, paints, oils and varnishes, hardware and 
dry goods. It is estimated that Toronto factories employ over 
65,000 hands. 

The area within the cit}' limits, as given in the City Engineer's 
report for 1908, is 18.24 square miles, not including the portion of 
the city land covered by water. There are 279 miles of streets and 
85 miles of lanes, and over 205 miles of the streets are paved. The 
electric street car lines comprise over 107 miles of tracks, and over 
500 cars are in daily use. They carried 88,353,846 passengers in 
1908. The Toronto Suburban Railway runs now to Port Credit, 
and will shortly be extended to connect with the Hamilton Electric 
Railway. Toronto & York Radial Railway runs from North Tor- 
onto to Lake Sinicoe. There are 265 miles of sewers and 305 miles 
of water mains with 3,544 hydrants. The average amount of water 
used daily is about 30,000,000 gallons, drawn from Lake Ontario, 
beyond the Island. Toronto is the educational centre of the Prov- 
ince and contains 179 educational institutions, including- the Univer- 
sity of Toronto with its several federated or affiliated universities 
and colleges of different denominations. The following are some of 
the most important : Toronto and McMaster Universities ; Victoria, 
Knox, Wycliffe, St. Andrews, St. Michaels and Upper Canada Col- 
leges ; Royal College of Dental Surgeons, College of Pharmacy, 
Havergal, Moulton and St. Margaret's Ladies Colleges, Conserva- 
tory of Music and College of Music, Margaret Eaton School of Ex- 
pression, Technical High School, sixty-six public schools and seven 
high schools. There are six public libraries in the city, containing 
150,000 volumes. One of the library builldings just completed cost 
over $300,000. The libraries of the Department of Education and 
the Law Society of Ontario are here, as well as the Ontario Govern- 
ment library, containing 75,000 volumes. Toronto has many massive 
and handsome buildings, including the Parliament Buildings, Gov- 
ernment House, City Hall, University of Toronto, Post Office, Cus- 
toms House, Asylum for the Insane, Central Prison, Mercer Reform- 

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NEWS, every evening- except Sunday ; News Publishingf Co. of 
Toronto, Ltd., publishers, J. S. Willison, president, C. T. Pearce, 
general manager, ii6 Yonge St.; established 1880; independent; 
subscription $3.00 ; twelve to twenty pag^es, Saturday twentj-four 
to thirty-two pag^es, 7 col., 2J^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 37,774* 

Aditt. — The Ne^vs, Toronto^ in a little over five years has increased its circulation 
from 1^,000 to over 41,000. five years ago it carried the smallest amount of adver- 
tising among the six Toronto dailies. To-day it is carrying more display advertis- 
ing than at least four 0/ these papers. Its circulation is entirely among the well-to- 
do and those in comfortable circumstances. The Ne-ws circulation is practically all 
a home circulation, and it is consequently a great productive medium. See Advt. 
Pages 110 and in. 

STAR, ever)' 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 to 
thirty-two pagfes, 8 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag^e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 5Q,QQ0'k 

Advt. — The Star has a larger circulation than any other paper published in the 
Province of Ontario, and carries more local and general advertising than any other 
paper published in the Province. Circulation ivithin the city limits, 35,516 ; outside 
the city limits, 21,164. Circulation books open at all times; fullest inspection is 
invited. See Advt. Page jg. 

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 pagfes, 7 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual ayerag^e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 45,572* 

Advt. — Through The Evening Telegram, single-handed, an advertiser can thor- 
oughly cover the biggest English-speaking city in Canada. The Evening Telegram 
has the largest circulatiofi in a city of 50,000 homes, and practically reaches nine- 
tenths of them every evening. The fact that it is the greatest " IVant-Ad " medium 
in the Dominion of Canada shoTvs that its readers realize its advertising strength. 
Circulation books ahvays open for examination. See Advt. Page 115. 

WORLD, every morning- except Sunday ; World Newspaper Co., 
publishers, W. F. Maclean, M. P., manager, Yonge St. ; established 
1880 ; independent ; subscription $3.00, including- Sunday edition 
$5.00 ; twelve to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 19,^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 39,999* 

SUNDAY WORLD, subscription $2.00; thirty-two to forty pages, 
including illustrated supplement, 7 col., 19^4^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 38,024* 

Advt. — The circulation of The Morning World in the City of Toronto is larger 
thaji the combined Toronto Circulation of both its morning contemporaries. A 
canvass of the news agents of Toronto proves this. The Sunday IVorld goes into 
.30,206 Toronto homes ez>ery Saturday night and is read at a time ivheti each mem- 
ber of the family has both time and inclination for reading. See Advt. Page log. 

BEACH-ENDER, weekly; C. A. Wilson, manager, North- 
Ender Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1908; independent, 
local ; Thursday ; subscription 50 cents ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. 

See Note to East End Echo. 

See Advt. Page 100. 

CANADIAN BAPTIST, weekly ; Standard Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, R. D. Warren, manager, 27 Richmond St. W. ; 
established 1854 ; religious. Baptist ; Thursday ; subscription $1.50 ; 
sixteen pages, 3 and 4 col., 13^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 6,902* 

See .Idi't. Page 56. 

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CANADIAN CHURCHMAN, weekly ; Frank Wootten, editor 
and publisher, 36 Toronto St. ; established 1868, new series, 1871 ; 
religious. Church of Eng-land ; illustrated ; Thursday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; sixteen pagfes, 3 and 4 col., 12^ inches. Circ'n 7^ 

CANADIAN CONGREGATIONALIST, weekly; W. Edwin 
Mertens, manager and publisher, i66 Queen St. East ; established 
1854 ; relig-ious, Congreg-ational ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six- 
teen pages, 2 and 3 col., 8^4 inches. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN CONTRACT RECORD, AND ARCHITECT 
AND BUILDER, weekly ; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd., publishers. 
Confederation Life Building; established 1886; building contracts, 
etc. ; Wednesday ; subscription $2.00 ; forty-four pages, 2 or 3 col., 
ID inches. Circ'n 4^ 

Issues also Canada Lumberman and Electrical Neivs. 

CANADIAN COURIER, weekly; Courier Press Ltd., pub- 
lishers, John A. Cooper, editor ; established 1906 ; literary, illustrated ; 
.Saturday ; subscription $3.00 ; thirty-two pages, 4 col., 13 inches. 

Circ'n 20 

CANADIAN ENGINEER, weekly ; Biggar-Samuel Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1893 ; civil, electrical and mechanical engineering ; 
Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; fifty-six pages, 2 col., \\)i inches. 

Circ'n 2?^ 

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; 
eighty pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. Also dated at 232 McGill St., 
Montreal, and Union Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. 

Also publish Dry Goods Kevievu, I/ardivare and Metal, Printer 
and Publisher , Bookseller and Stationer, Finaiicial Post, Canadian 
Machinery and Manufact uritig Neivs, Plumber and Steamjitter, 
Poiuer House, Canadian Millinery Revieix' and Busy Man's Maga- 
zine. See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

CANADIAN MANUFACTURER, weekly; Canadian Manu- 
facturer Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, McKinnon Bldg., J. C. 
Armer, editor, D. O. McKinnon, bus. mgr. ; established 1880 ; man- 
ufacturing; four editions (Power, Office, Machinery and Construction 
and Equipment) each month ; subscription $1.00 ; fifty-four pages, 2 
or 3 col., 9l4^ inches. , Circ'n 4 

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 ; Friday; subscription $2.00; twelve pages, 
5 col., r6 inches. 

CATHOLIC REGISTER AND CANADIAN EXTENSION, 
weekly; Catholic Register Publishing Co., publishers, 119 Welling- 
ton St. W. ; established 1892 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription in the city by delivery, $1.50, to all outside points, 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 2\% inches. 

CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN, weekly; Methodist Book and Pub- 
lishing House, publishers, t,'^ Richmond St. W., Rev. W. B. Creigh- 
ton, B.A. , B.D. , editor, Rev. W. Briggs, D. D., business manager; 
established 1829 ; religious, Methodist ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.50; thirty-two pages, 3 col., w]^ inches. Circ'n igj^ 

Advt. — The Christian Guardian is the official organ ofione million tvidf-awake 
Methodists. It is the best mail oriier medium in Canada ; it goes into nearly 20,000 
good cl/jss /amities every iveeli — e^'ery member oj these families believes in the 
Guardian s advertisements, and the Guardian accepts only high-grade business. 
.See Adz-t. page 79. 

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COLLIER'S WEEKLY (Canadian edition), weekly ; established 
1908 ; independent literary ; Saturday ; subscription $6.00 ; twenty 
to forty-eig^ht pages, 4 col., 13^ inches. Circ'n 22 

DEW DROPS, weekly; Methodist Book and Publishing House, 
publishers ; established 1879 ; juvenile, Sunday School ; subscription 
8 cents ; four pages, size 5^ 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 36^ 

Also publishes Jezvels, Kiyig's Ozu7i, Teacher's Monthly, Primary 
Leajlet, Interm.ediate Leaflet, Hom,e Study Leaflet, /Lome Study 
Quarterly, Liitermediate Quarterly and Prim,ary Quarterly. 

EAST-END ECHO, weekly; C. A. Wilson, manager, North- 
Ender Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 110 Mail Building ; establish- 
ed 1887 ; independent, local ; Thursday ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n 25^ 

Also publish Beach-Ender, East-Ender, North-Ender, North- 
West-Ender, IVest-Ender and West-End Echo, circulation of which 
is included in above rating. See Advt. Page 100. 

EAST-ENDER, weekly ; C. A. Wilson, manager, North-Ender 
Pub. Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1889; independent, local; 
Thursday ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

.S'^'^ Note to East End Echo. See Advt. Page 100. 

FINANCIAL POST, weekly; Financial Post Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers, John Bayne Maclean, president, Stewart Houston, manag- 
ing editor, 10 Front St. E. ; established 1907 ; financial ; Saturday ; 
subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 2.0)^ inches. 

See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

HARDWARE & METAL, weekly; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, 10 Front Street E. ; established 1889 ; Saturdays ; 
subscription $2.00 ; eighty pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. Also dated 
at 232 McGill Street, Montreal, and Union Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. 

Also publish Caiiadiati Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

JEWELS, weekly ; Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; 
established 1900 ; subscription 30 cents ; four pages, size 9x7. Does 
not insert advertisem,ents . Also publishes East and West, etc. 

KING'S OWN, weekly; Presbyterian Church in Canada, pub- 
lishers; established 1886; subscription 40 cents; four pages, size 
14 X 10^. Does not insert advertisements. Also publishes East 
a7id West, etc. 

LANCE, weekly; Industrial Publishing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1908; labor; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 5 col., 
1 6 inches. 

MONETARY TIMES, weekly; Monetary Times Printing Co., 
62 Church St., publishers; established 1867; finance, insurance and 
commerce ; Saturday ; subscription $3.00 ; forty pages, 2 and 3 col., 
1 1 % inches. Circ'n 5)^ 

Also publish Canadian Cement and Concrete Journal and control 
Canadian Efigineer. 

NORTH-ENDER, weekly ; C. A. Wilson, manager, North- 
Ender Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1887 ; inde- 
pendent, local; Thursday; four to eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

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NORTH-WEST-ENDER, weekly; C. A. Wilson, manag^er, 
North-Ender Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; in- 
dependent, local; Thursday; four to eight pag-es, 7 col., 20 inches. 

See note to East End Echo. See Advt. Page 100. 

OFFICE AND FIELD, weekly ; W. B. Campbell, publisher; 
established 1905; insurance; Thursday; subscription $2.00 ; sixteen 
to twenty-four pag-es, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

ONCE-A-WEEK, weekly ; Thos. W. Dudg-eon, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1895 ; independent ; free distribution ; four pages, size 19 
X 21 j^. 

ONTARIO GAZETTE, weekly; Ontario Government Official 
Gazette, printed by Warwick Bros. & Rutter, King- and Spadina. 
Inserts only Government advertisements. 

ONTARIO WEEKLY REPORTER, weekly; The Carswell 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; law reports; Friday; sub- 
scription $10.00 ; 2,500 pag-es a year, size 6x9. 

Also publishes Canadian Lazv Times and Reviezv, Western Laiv 
Reporter and Eastern Lazu Reporter. 

ONWARD, weekly; Methodist Book and Publishing House, pub- 
lishers. Rev. Wm. Brig-gs, D.D., book steward, 31 Richmond St., 
W. ; established 1891 ; juvenile, religious ; subscription 60 cents ; 
eig-ht pag-es, size 1 1^ x 17. 

Does not insert advertisements . 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, Pleasant Hours, etc. 

PIONEER, weekly ; Dominion Alliance, publishers; established 
1902 ; temperance ; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pag^es, 7 col., 
19^ inches. See Advt. Page 70. 

PLAYMATE, weekly; Methodist Book and Publishing- House, 
publishers, 31 Richmond St.W. ; established 1907; juvenile, religious; 
Saturday; subscription 30 cents; four pages, size loj^ x 14^^. 

Does not insert adi'ertisemefits. 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, etc. 

PLEASANT HOURS, weekly ; Methodist Book and Publish- 
ingf House, publishers, 31 Richmond St., W. ; established 1876; 
juvenile; Saturday ; subscription 30 cents; four pages, size 10)^ x 16. 

Does not insert advertisements. 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, etc. 

PRESBYTERIAN, weekly; The Westminster Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1896 ; religious, Presbyterian ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; thirty-two pages, 2 and 3 col., 10^ inches. 

Also publishes Westminster. Circ'n \^% 

See Advt. Page 32. 

RIVERDALE LEADER, weekly; Thompson Bros., publishers; 
local ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n 3^ 

SATURDAY NIGHT, weekly; Saturday Night Ltd., publishers, 
Jos. T. Clark, editor, 28 Adelaide St. W. ; established 1887 ; society, 
illustrated ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

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 pages, 7 col. 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 15,538'A 

See Advt. Page 104. 

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SUN, weekly; Sun Printing' Co., Ltd., publishers, i8 and 20 King 
St. W. ; established iSgi ; agfricuitural, independent; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00; ten pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 16 

See Advt. Pagje 48. 

WAR CRY, weekly; Salvation Army, publishers, 16 Albert St.; 
established 1883; religious, organ of Salvation Army; Saturday; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, 4 col., 13^ inches. Itiserls only 
Sah'ation Army advertisemeyits. 

WEST-END ECHO, weekly; C. A. Wilson, manager, North- 
Ender Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1887 ; indepen- 
dent, local ; Thursday ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

See Note to East-End Echo. 

See Advt. Page 100. 

WEST-EN DER, weekly ; C. A. Wilson, manager, North-Ender 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1887 ; independent, 
local ; Thursday ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

See A^ote to East-E?id Echo. 

See Advt. Page 100. 

WILSON'S GIANT LIST (including Toronto Newspaper 
Union List, record paper " Toronto Newspaper Union," and 
Wilson's List, record paper "Toronto Record"), a list of about 215 
country weeklies ; Wilson Publishing Co. of Toronto, Ltd., pub- 
lishers, 73-81 Adelaide St. W. ; established 1872; inside or outside 
pages are printed in Toronto, and the balance by each individual 
paper. 

YOUNG SOLDIER, weekly; Salvation Army, publishers, 18 
Albert St.; established 1888; religious. Salvation Army Juvenile; 
subscription 50 cents ; twelve pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. Inserts 
only Salvation Army advertiscmejits. 

LA TRIBUNA CANADIAN A, Italian, weekly; Italian Pub- 
lishing Society of Toronto, publishers ; established 1908 ; independ- 
ent, commercial ; Saturday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 5 col., 
19 inches. 

Also publishes La Rivista Italiana. 

CANADA LAW JOURNAL, semi-monthly; Canada Law Book 
Co., publishers ; legal ; ist and 15th of each month (except July, 
August and January, when it is issued on the 15th only); subscription 
$5.00 ; forty-eight pages, size 7 x 10. 

CANADA LUMBERMAN AND WOODWORKER, semi- 
monthly; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd., publishers, Confederation Life 
Building ; established 1879 ; lumber trade ; ist and 15th of month ; 
subscription $2.00 ; forty-four pages, 2 or 3 col., 12 inches. Circ'n 4^ 

Also publish Canadian Contract Record and Canadian Electrical 
Nezvs. 

CANADA SCOTSMAN, semi-monthly; Cowan Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1908 ; national ; ist and 15th of month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 19 inches. 

CANADIAN MINING JOURNAL, with which is incorpora- 
ted the "Canadian Mining Review"; semi-monthly; Mines Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1907, (Can. Mining Review estab- 
lished 1884); mining, metallurgy and allied industries; subscription 
$2.00; sixty-four pages, 2 wide col., 10 inches. 

CANADIAN MUSIC TRADES JOURNAL, se>-monthly; 
Fullerton & Shaw, publishers ; established 1900 ; music trades ; 
1st and 15th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 2 or , 
3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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CANADIAN TEACHER, semi-monthly; Educational Publish- 
ing- Co., p\iblishers ; established 1897 ; educational ; ist and 15th 
of month ; subscription $1.25 ; eig:hty pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 7 

PLUMBER AND STEAM FITTER, semi-monthly ; MacLean 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1906 ; plumbing trade ; 
1st and 15th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 3 col., 
10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

ACTA VICTORIAN A, monthly ; Union Literary Society of Vic- 
toria University, publishers ; forty pages, size 6^ x 10. Published 
only during collegiate year. 

ALGOMA MISSIONARY NEWS, monthly ; new series estab- 
lished 1888 ; Church of England ; official organ of the Diocese of 
Algoma ; subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, size 9 x 12. 

BANK DIRECTORY OF CANADA, monthly; Houston s 
Standard Publications, publishers ; established 1906 as Vemey's 
Monthly ; ist of month ; subscription $3.00 ; one hundred and thirty- 
two pages, size 6x8. 

BAPTIST VISITOR, monthly ; Standard Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers, Mrs. A. R. McMaster, editor ; religious. Baptist home 
missions ; subscription 10 cents; twelve pages, 2 col., 6j4 inches. 

BEREAN LESSON LEAF, monthly; Methodist Book and Pub- 
lishing House, publishers, 31 Richmond St. VV. ; established 1882 ; 
Methodist Sunday School literature ; subscription 5^ cents ; four 
pages, size 6x9^. Does not insert advertisements. 

BOOKSELLER AN D STATIONER, monthly; MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., editors and publishers, 10 Front St. E. ; established 
1883 ; book and stationery trade ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six to 
forty-six pages, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. Also dated at 232 McGill 
St., Montreal, and Union Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

BULLETIN, monthly ; The Bulletin Publishing Co., of Toronto, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; insurance and finance ; ist of 
month ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-eight to forty pages, 2 col., f)% 
inches. Circ'n i 

BUSY MAN'S MAGAZINE (formerly "Business"), monthly; 
MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 10 PVont St. E. ; estab- 
lished 1895 > literary ; subscription $2.00 ; one hundred and seventy 
pages up, 2 col., 8 inches. 

Also publish Can. Grocer, etc. 

Advt. — .-is a medium for the national advertiser. Busy Man's is unsurpassed. 
Its national circulation has been acquired solely on the merits of the magazine. TTie 
large percentage ofrene^vals shoivs that Husy Man's stands high in the estimation of 
its readers. The circulation organization of the Maelwan Publishing Company, 
with its 200 subscription men, means a rapid increase in Husy Man's readers. 
Advertisers who took space 7vhen the magazine was Jirst issued are regular ad%>er- 
tisers in Busy Man's ti>-day. Sei-eral of these have doubled their space. A list •will 
be gladly sent to any address. See .-Idvt. Pages I03 and jqj. 

BUYERS' MAGAZINE, monthly; Commercial Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1908 ; trade buyers' interests ; 15th of 
month ; subscription $1.00 ; sixty-four pages, 2 col., 7^4 inches. 

Circ'n 4^ 

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CANADA LANCET, monthly; The Ontario Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1867; medical; subscription $2.00; 
eighty to one hundred pages, i col., 7 inches. 

Also publishes Canadian Magazine. 

CANADIAN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, monthly; 
James Acton Publishing- Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1889; 
trade ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-eight to forty-four pages, 2 col., 10 
inches. 

Also publishes Can. SJioc and Leathej- Journal, Can. Fainter and 
Decoraior and 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^. 

CANADIAN CEMENT AND CONCRETE REVIEW, 

monthly; Monetary Times Publishing Co., publishers; established 
1906 ; cement and concrete trades ; 15th of month ; subscription 
$1.00 ; thirty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n \]^ 

Also publish Monetary Times and control Canadian Engineer . 

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 ; ist of month ; subscription $1.00 ; eighty- 
two pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. Also dated at Montreal. 

Also issues Clothier a?id Haberdasher, Construction, Trader and 
Can. Jezueler and Wine and Spirit Jour yial. 

CANADIAN CRAFTSMAN AND MASONIC RECORD, 
monthly; Rose Newspaper Co., publishers; established 1865; 
masonic ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty-four pages, size 8 x 10^. 

CANADIAN DRUGGIST, monthly; W. J. Dyas, pubhsher, 
15 Toronto Street ; established 1888 ; drug trade ; 1st of month ; 
subscription. $1. 00 ; sixty-four pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2]^ 

Also publishes Canadian Harness and Carriage Journal and 
Lay Worker. See Advt. Fage 87. 

CANADIAN ELECTRICAL NEWS AND ENGINEERING 

JOURNAL, monthly; Hugh C. MacLean, Ltd., publishers. Confed- 
eration Life Bldg. ; established, old series 1883, new series 1891 ; 
electrical and engineering ; 5th of month; subscription $1.00 ; forty- 
two pages, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2 

Also publishes Canada Ltimberman and Canadian Contract 
Record. » 

CANADIAN EPWORTH ERA, monthly; Methodist Book & 
Publishing House, publishers, Richmond St. W., Rev. Wm. Briggs, 
D. D. , book steward ; established 1899; Organ of Epworth Leagues 
and other young peoples' societies; ist of month ; subscription 50 
cents ; twenty-four pages, size Sj^ x 12^. Circ'n 6 

Also publishes Christian Guardian, etc. 

CANADIAN HARNESS AND CARRIAGE JOURNAL, 

monthly ; W. J. Dyas, publisher ; established 1890 ; harness and 
carriage trade ; 15th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six pages, 
2 col., 10 inches. ^ Circ'n i^ 

Also publishes Canadiati Druggist and Lay Worker. 

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CANADIAN IMPLEMENT AND VEHICLE TRADE. 

monthly; Vehicle Publishers, Ltd., publishers; established 1900; 
agricultural implement and vehicle trade ; subscription $1.00; twenty- 
four pages up, 2 and 3 col., 12 inches. Circ'n 6 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SUR- 
GERY, monthly ; W. A. Young, M.D., publisher, 145 College St.; 
established 1896; medical; subscription $2.00; 144 to 212 pages, 

1 and 2 col., y^ inches. 

CANADIAN KENNEL GAZETTE, monthly; H.B.Donovan, 
editor and publisher, 184 Adelaide St. W. ; established i888 ; dogs ; 
15th of month; subscription $1.00 ; eighteen to twenty-four pages, 

2 or 3 col., 9 inches. 

Also publishes Canadian Poulhy Reviezv. 

CANADIAN LAW TIMES AND REVIEW, monthly, and oc- 
casionally semi-monthly, about 2 1 issues in a year ; The Carswell 
Co., Ltd., publishers, 30 Adelaide St. E. ; established 1881 ; legal; 
subscription $5.00 ; one thousand pages a year, size 6x9. 

Also publishes Ontario Weekly Reporter, Western Law Reporter 
and Eastern Laiv Reporter. 

CANADIAN MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURING 
NEWS, monthly; MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 10 
Front St. E., Toronto ; established 1905 ; manufacturing interests, 
covering mechanical, power and foundry fields ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eighty-four pages, size 9x12. 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

CANADIAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Ontario Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Newton MacTavish, editor ; established 1893 ; 
literary, illustrated ; subscription $2.50 ; seventy-eight pages and 
upward, 2 col., 7^ inches. Circ'n 17X 

Also publishes Canada Lancet. 

See Advt. Page 78. 

CANADIAN MILLINERY REVIEW, monthly; MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1909; millinery; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; thirty-two to forty-eight pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. 

See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

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 NURSE, monthly; printed for the Editorial Board 
by Jas. Acton Publishing Co., Ltd. ; established 1905 ; nursing ; sub- 
scription Si. 00 ; sixty to eighty pages, i and 2 col., 7^; inches. 

CANADIAN PAINTER AND DECORATOR, monthly ; Jas. 

Acton Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers ; established 1903 ; painters' 
and decorators' trade ; subscription $t.oo ; twenty-eight to thirty- 
two pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publishes Canadian Baker and Confectioner, Shoe and Lea- 
ther Journal ^nd Furniture and Ufhoistery Journal. 

CANADIAN PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly ; 
Pharmaceutical Publishing Co. of Toronto, Ltd., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1868; drugs; subscription $1.00; fifty-two pages, 2 col., 
8 inches. Circ'n i ^ 

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CANADIAN POTTERY AN D GLASS GAZETTE, monthly; 
Publishers Limited, publishers; established 1907; trade ; subscription 
$2.00; fifty-two pag'es, size 10 j^ x 12^:^^. 

CANADIAN POULTRY REVIEW, monthly; H. B. Dono- 
van, editor and publisher, 184 Adelaide St. W. ; established 1877 ; 
poultry raising' ; ist of month ; subscription 50 cents ; forty to 
seventy-two pages, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 9)^ 

Also publishes Caiiadiayi Kennel Gazette. 

CANADIAN PRACTITIONER AND REVIEW, monthly ; 

Practitioner Publishing- Co., publishers ; established 1876 ; medical ; 
subscription $2.00 ; eighty to one hundred pages, size 7x10. Circ'n 2 

CANADIAN SHOE AND LEATH ER JOURNAL, monthly; 
Jas. Acton Publishing Co. , Ltd. , publishers ; established 1888; shoe 
and leather trade ; subscription $1.00; sixty-four pages, 2 col., 10 
inches. 

Also publish Canadian Baker and Confectioner, Painter and 
Decorator and Furniture and Upholstery Jourjial. 

CANADIAN TEXTILE JOURNAL, monthly; Biggar-Wil- 
son Ltd., publishers ; established 1883; textile industries; ist Tuesday 
of month ; subscription $1.00 ; fifty-six pages, 2 and 3 col., 9^ 
inches. 

Also publish Canadian VVoodzuorker and Ptdp and Pafer Ma- 
gazine. 

CANADIAN WOODWORKER, monthly ; Biggar-Wilson Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1908 ; wood-working industries ; ist of 
month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two to forty-two pages, 2 and 
3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n \% 

Also publish Canadian Textile Joiirjial and Pulp and Paper 
Magazine. 

CHINA'S MILLIONS, monthly; China Inland Mission, H. W. 
Frost, director and publisher ; missions ; established 1893 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; sixteen pages, 3 col., 9 inches. Does tiot insert 
advertisements. 

CLOTHIER AND HABERDASHER, monthly; H. Gagnier, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1900 ; trade ; 5th of month ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; seventy to one hundred pages, 2 col., loj^ inches. Also 
dated at Montreal. 

Also publish Cigar and Tobacco Journal, Construction, Trader 
and Can. Jeiueler and Wiiic and .Spirit Journal. 

CONSTRUCTION, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1907 ; building trades ; subscription $2.00 ; one hundred 
pages, 2 col., 10 j^ inches. Also dated at Montreal. 

Also publish Cigar and Tobacco Jourtial, Clothier afid Haber- 
dasher, Trader and Can. Jeiueler a.nA Wine and Spirit Journal. 

CURLER & BOWLER, monthly; Curler & Bowler Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1908 ; curling and bowling ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixty-four pages, 2 col., 744^ inches. 

DOMINION DENTAL JOURNAL, monthly; Dominion 
Dental Journal, publishers ; established 1889; dental ; 15th of month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; seventy-six pages up, size 6x9. Circ'n i 

DOMINION MEDICAL MONTHLY, monthfy ; George 
Elliott, publisher; established 1892; medical; subscription $2.00; 
seventy-two pages, i or 2 col., 6^ inches. Circ'n 7^ 

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DRY GOODS REVIEW, monthly; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, 10 Front St. East ; established i8gi ; dry g^oods, 
furs, clothingf and millinery trades ; subscription $2.00; one hundred 
and sixty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Also dated at Montreal and 
Winnipeg. 

Also publish Can. Grocer, etc. 

See Adi'l. Pag-es 102 and 103. 

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, Canadian Lazv Times and 
Reineiv and Western Laiv Reporter. 

ECONOMIC ADVERTISING, monthly; Stewart & Tobin, 
publishers ; established 1908 ; advertising ; subscription $1.00 ; 
thirty-six pages, i col., 6^' inches. 

See Advt. Page 61. 

ECONOMIST, monthly; Economist Printing & Publishing Co. 
of Toronto, Ltd., no Bay St., publishers; established 1897 ; bank- 
ing, insurance and finance ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-four pages, 
2 col., 9^ inches. 

ENGINEERING JOURNAL OF CANADA, monthly; Arch. 
\V. Smith & Partners, Ltd., publishers; established 1905; power; 
subscription $1.00. 

Also publish Ilardivare Monthly and Office Digest. 

FORESTER, monthly; official organ of LO. P., Temple Build- 
ing ; established 1881 ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 3 col., 11 
inches*. 

Total circidat ion claimed 260,000, of vuhich 116,000 is Canadian. 

FREEMASON, monthly; Cowan & Co., publishers, J. W. 
Cowan, editor ; established 1881 ; masonic ; subscription 50 cents ; 
sixteen pages, 3 col., 8^4 inches. 

FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY JOURNAL, AND 

UNDERTAKERS' GAZETTE, monthly ; James Acton Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1894 ; trade ; subscription $1.00; 
fifty-four pages up, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publishes Canadian Baker and Coyifectioner , Painter and 
Decorator and Siioe and Leather Journal. 

GAS JOURNAL OF CANADA, monthly; Gas Journal Pub- 
lishers, 15 Toronto St., publishers ; established 1908 ; gas industries ; 
2oth of month ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-six pages, 2 col., 10 
inches. 

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 Engineering Journal of Canada and Office Digest. 

HOME JOURNAL, monthly; Canadian Woman's Magazine 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, James Acton, president and man- 
aging editor; established 1904; household ; subscription 50 cents ; 
twenty-four pages, 4 col., 13^ inches. Circ'n 23^ 

See Advt. Page w^. 

HOME STUDY LEAFLET, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas Eraser, 
editor, Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; established 1895 ; 
Sunday School lessons ; subscription 6 cents ; two pages, size 8'^ 
X 6. Does not insert advertisements. 

.Wso publishes £ast and West, etc. 

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HOTELS AND TRAVEL, monthly ; W. B. Bow, publisher, 
established 1906 (as Canada Hotels Journal) ; hotels and travel; 
subscription $1.00; twenty-four pages, 2 col., lo^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 80. 

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)^. 

INDUSTRIAL CANADA, monthly; Canadian Manufacturers' 
Association, publishers; established 1900; national trade; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; seventy pages, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL REVIEW, monthly; F. 
McPhillips, editor and publisher ; established 1905; insurance, banking 
and finance ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-four to forty pages, 2 col., 
9^ inches. Circ'n 2 

INTERMEDIATE LEAFLET, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas Era- 
ser, editor, Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; established 
1907 ; Sunday School literature ; subscription 6 cents per annum. 
Does ?iot itisert advertisemefits. Also publishes East and fVest, etc. 

LAM P OF LIFE, monthly ; Rev. A. Sims, editor and proprietor ; 
established 1889; religious, undenominational; subscription 50 cents; 
eight pages, 3 col., ii^ inches. 

LAY WORKER, monthly ; William J. Dyas, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; religious. Church of England ; subscription 50 cents ; 
sixteen pages, size 9x12. 

Also publishes Canadian Druggist and Canadian Harness and 
Carriage Journal. 

LORD'S DAY ADVOCATE, monthly ; Lord's Day Alliance 
of Canada, publishers; established 1903; Lord's Day preservation; 
subscription 25 cents ; twelve pages, 2 col., 6^ inches. 

McMASTER UNIVERSITY MONTHLY, monthly; pub- 
lished by the students of the University ; established 1891 ; college ; 
subscription $1.00 ; forty-eight pages and upwards, i and 2 col., 
7 inches. Circ'n ^ 

MERCHANT, AND GENERAL STORE KEEPER, monthly ; 
R. S. Mortley, managing editor. The Merchant Publishing Co., 
publishers, 208 Confederation Life Bldg. ; established 1885; financial 
and mercantile ; 25th of month ; subscription $1.50 ; twenty to 
twenty-four pages, 2 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n i 

MISSIONARY OUTLOOK, monthly; Rev. A. Sutherland, edi- 
tor, Methodist Missionary Society, publishers, 33 Richmond St., W. ; 
established 1880; Methodist Missions; subscription 50 cents; twenty- 
four pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. 

MONEY AND RISKS, monthly; National Publishing Co. of 
Toronto, Ltd., publishers ; established 1893 ; insurance, financial and 
commercial ; subscription $2.00 ; twenty-eight pages, size 9^ x 7. 

MOTORING, monthly ; E. M. Wilcox, publisher; established 
1906 ; automobiles and motor boats, illustrated ; ist of month ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; seventy-four pages up, 2 col., 8^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

MOTOR MAGAZINE OF CANADA, monthly; W. J. Taylor, 
publisher; established 1905 ; automobiles and motor boats ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; forty-eight pages up, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 6 

Also publishes Rod and Gun and Woodstock Sentinel- Revievu. 

Advt. — " The Motor Magazine 0/ Canada" is the successor to the " Canadian 
Motor" and is the first Motor Magazine of the Dominion. It is the recognized 
advertising Tnedium /or automobiles, manne tnotors atid motor acceifSories for the 
trade, and is read regularly by practically every owner of automobiles and 0/ motor 
boats in Canada. See Advt. Page 40. 



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MUSICAL CANADA, monthly ;E. R. Parkhurst, editor ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; music ; subscription $1.00 ; forty to sixty pages, 2 col., 
8 inches. See Advt. Page 66. Circ'n i )^ 

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 624^ X 10. 

NOTES FOR BIBLE STUDY, monthly; A. W. Roffe, pub- 
lisher ; established 1881 ; Biblical study ; subscription 50 cents ; 
thirty-two pages, i col., 5^ inches. Selected advts. of Evangelical 
Books or Matter otily. Also publishes Christian Worker. 

OFFICE DIGEST, monthly; Arch'd. W. Smith & Partners, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; office employees ; 25th of month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; thirty pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

Also publish Engineering Journal of Canada and Hardzuare 
Monthly. 

POULTRY, GARDEN AND HOME ADVOCATE, monthly; 
Poultry Advocate Publishing Co., publishers; established 1898; 
poultry, garden and home interests ; 15th of month ; subscription 50 
cents ; twenty-four pages, 2 or 3 col., 9 inches. 

POWER HOUSE, monthly; MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1908; power; 2nd Wednesday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; forty-eight pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. 

.Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. See Advt. Pages 102 and 103. 

PRIMARY LEAFLET, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas Fraser, 
editor, Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers; established 1896; 
Sunday School literature ; subscription 6 cents per annum. Does 
not insert advertisemetits. Also publishes East and West, etc. 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, monthly ; The MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 10 Front St. E. ; established 1892; 
publishing, printing and newspaper interests ; subscription $2.00 ; 
forty-eight pages, 2 col., 10 inches. Also dated at Montreal and 
Winnipeg. 

.Also publish Canadian Grocer, etc. See Adz't. Pages 102 and 103. 

PULP AND PAPER MAGAZINE OF CANADA, monthly; 
Biggar-Wilson Ltd. , publishers. Confederation Life Bldg. ; estab- 
lished 1903 ; pulp and paper trades ; 3rd Tuesday of each month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; sixty pages, i and 2 cok, 7)^ inches. 

Also publish Canadian Textile Journal and Canadian Wood- 
iforker. 

RAILWAY AND MARINE WORLD, monthly; Acton Bur- 
rows Ltd., publishers, 157 Bay St. ; established 1890 ; steam and 
electric railway, marine, grain elevator, express, telegraph, tele- 
phone and contractors' interests ; subscription $1.00 ; seventy-six 
pages, 3 col., 10 inches. 

ROD AND GUN IN CANADA, monthly; W. J. Taylor, pub- 
lisher, 5 King St. W. ; established 1899 ; fishing, hunting, explora- 
tion and out-door life ; subscription $1.00 ; 144 pages up, 2 col., 73^ 
inches. Also dated at Woodstock. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 13,521'^ 

Advt. — "Rod and Gun in Canada" is the only magazine 0/ its kind published in 
the Dominion. It is read by the sportsmen, tourists and lovers of out-door life in 
Canada froTn ocean to ocean and by the thousands of American sportsmen and tour- 
ists mho visit Canada annually. As an adveriising medium for goods of interest to 
sportsmen and tourists it is unsurpassed. No magazine in America has experienced 
the growth in circulation and advertising patronage that " Rod and Gun ' has had 
during the past ten years. Advertisers are furnished with sn<om statements that 
the circulation now exceeds 18,000 copies per month, and are given the privilege of 
examining the books and circulation records. See .4dvt. Page 46. 

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ST. LUKE'S PARISH MAGAZINE, monthly; St. Lukes 
Parish, publishers; established 1907; religfious, Church of England; 
subscription 50 cents ; thirty pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

SCOTTISH CANADIAN, monthly; Scottish Canadian, pub- 
lishers ; established 1895 ; national ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two 
pages, size 8x12. 

SECULAR THOUGHT, monthly; J. S. Ellis, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1887 ; free thought ; subscription $1.00 ; forty 
pages, I or 2 col., 7 inches. 

SONS OF ENGLAND RECORD, monthly; Sons of Eng- 
land Society, publishers ; established 1896 ; fraternal ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 14^ inches. Circ'n 19^ 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BANNER, monthly; Methodist Book 
and Publishing House, publishers, Rev. W. Briggs, D.D., book 
steward, 31 Richmond St. W. ; established 1866 ; Sunday School ; 
subscription 60 cents ; seventy-two pages, size 6^ x g%. 

Also publish Christiayi Guardia7i, etc. 

TEACHERS' ASSISTANT, monthly; The S.S. Institute Pub- 
lications, publishers ; established 1886 ; Sunday School ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; forty pages, 2 col., 7%^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publish histittite Leaflet Quarterly. 

TEACHERS' MONTHLY, monthly; Rev. R. Douglas Eraser, 
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. 

TRADER AND CANADIAN JEWELER, monthly: H. 
Gagnier, Ltd., publishers; established 1879; ist of month; jewelry 
trade; subscription $1.00; ninety pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. 

Also publish Cigar afid Tobacco Journal, Clothiet' and Haber- 
dasher, Cotistruction and Wine and Spirit Journal. 

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, 2 or 3 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n i}4. 

UNIVERSITY MONTHLY, monthly; Alumni Association of 
University of Toronto, publishers ; established 1901 ; university' 
interests ; subscription $i.oo ; forty-eight pages up, i and 2 col., 7 
inches. Published only during college year. 

WESTERN LAW REPORTER, monthly; Carswell Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1905; law reports; svibscription $10.00; 
2,000 pages a year, size 6x9. 

Also publishes Ontaj-io Weekly Reporter, Canadian Lazu Times 
and Ri-t'icic and Eastern Lazv Reporter. 

WESTMINSTER, monthly; Westminster Co., Ltd., pubUshers, 
Confederation Life Bldg. ; established 1896; religious, literary; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; one hundred pages, 2 col., 7^ inchesj. Circ'n 11^ 

Also publishes Presbyterian. 

Advt. — The Westminster — An illustrated monthly magazine. Largest paid-in- 
advance circulation of afiy Canadian- magazine. Constitttency unrivalled. High 
class advertising only admitted to its columns. Write The Westminster, Toronto, 
for rates, 

WINE AND SPIRIT JOURNAL, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1898 ; trade ; 15th of month ; subscription 
Si. 00 ; one hundred and four pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. 

Also dated at Montreal. Also publishes Clothier and Haber- 
dasher, Cigar and Tobacco Jou7-7ial, Construction and T^-ader and 
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LA RIVISTA ITALIAN A, monthly; Italian Publishing: Society 
of Toronto, publishers; established 1908; literary, illustrated; 25th 
of month ; sixty-four pag-es and upward, 2 col., 8 inches. 

Also publish I. a I ribiuia Canadiaiia. 

MASSEY-HARRIS ILLUSTRATED, bi-monthly; Massey 
Press, publishers ; established 1892 ; agricultural ; 30 cents and free 
distribution ; thirty-two pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. Circ'n 41 

CHRISTIAN WORKER, quarterly; A. W. Roffe, publisher; 
established 1892 ; evangelical ; subscription 25 cents ; thirty-six 
pages, 2 col., 7 inches. 

Also publishes Notes for Bible Study. 

HOME STUDY QUARTERLY, quarterly; Rev. R. Douglas 
Fraser, editor, Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1896 ; Presbyterian Sunday School Literature ; subscription 
20 cents; thirty-two pages, size f)\^ x 6j^. 

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; sixteen pages, 
2 col., 7 inches. 

INSTITUTE LEAFLET QUARTERLY, quarterly ; The S.S. 
Institute publications, publishers; established 1885; Church of Eng- 
land Sunday School literature ; subscription 10 cents ; thirty-six 
pages, 2 col., 7^4^ inches. 

Also publish Teachers' Assistajit. 

INTERMEDIATE BEREAN QUARTERLY, quarterly; 
Methodist Book & Publishing House, publishers ; established 1887 ; 
Sunday School ; subscription 6 cents ; thirty-two pages. Does not 
insert advertisements. 

Also publish Christian Guardian, etc. 

INTERMEDIATE QUARTERLY, quarterly ; Rev. R. Douglas 
Fraser, 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. Fraser, editor, 
Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers ; established 1896 ; sub- 
scription 20 cents ; thirty-two pages, size 9^ x 6j^. ' 

Also publishes East and West, etc. 

TOTTENHAM, pop. i,ooo, Co. Simcoe, on G.T.R. and C.P.R., 
40 miles S. of Barrie ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour, 
saw, planing and grist mills, street railway fare box factory, wagon 
factory and mixed farming. 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, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

TRENTON, pop. 4,217, Co. Hastings, on River Trent and Bay of 
Quinte, G. T. R. and C. O. Ry., 12 miles W. of Belleville, 101 miles 
E. of Toronto, 233 miles W. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : bridge works, lumber, saw and shingle mills, 



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sash, door and box factory, foundries, machine shops, engfine works, 
shipbuilding' and railway repair shops and farming. The town is 
situated at the head of Bay of Quinte and mouth of Murray and 
Trent Valley Canals, has six churches, public schools, higfh school, 
opera house, electric lig'ht, water works, fire department, daily 
steamboat service, a paper mill and larg'e water power. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Albury, 
Bayside, Codering-ton, Consecon, Frankford, Murray, Smithfield, 
Welling'ton and Wooler. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; P. J. O'Rourke, editor and publisher ; 
established 1879; liberal-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n ^'^ 

See Advt. Page 92. 

COURIER, weekly; Clarence G. Young, editor and publisher; 
established 1866; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 60. 

TWEED, pop. 1,800, Co. Hastings, on Moira River, C.P.R. and 
Bay of Quinte Ry., 25 miles N. E. of Belleville ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : mining, flour, lumber and saw mills, 
cheese, sash and door factories, foundries, tannery, hub, steel hog- 
trough and tank factories, asbestos and actinolite mines, extensive 
acid works, machine shops, elevator, brickyards and powder mill. 
The village contains four churches, two schools, public library 
and fire hall, has granolithic walks, is lighted by electricity, and 
has iron, gold, copper and mica mines in the vicinity. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Bridgewater, 
Bogart, Flinton, Marlbank, Roslin, Thomasburg, Stoco, Sheffield, 
Kaladar, Arden, Mountain Grove, Denbigh, Northbrook, Queens- 
boro, Bannockburn, Ivanhoe, Crookston, West Huntingdon, Tufts- 
ville and Moira. 

NEWS, weekly; O. M. Alger, publisher; established 1885; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n 2% 

See Advt. ~ Page 84. 

UXBRIDGE, pop. 1,700, Co. Ontario, on Beaver Creek and G.T.R., 
•22 miles N.W. of Whitby, 40 miles N.E. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : piano and organ factories, flour, oatmeal 
and planing mills, tannery, agricultural works and foundries and 
farming. 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, Greenbank, Saint- 
field, Sandford, Leaskdale, Valentine, Udora, Zephyr and Vroo- 
manton. 

JOURNAL, weekly : W. H. Keller, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1869 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,630'^ 

NORTH ONTARIO TIMES, weekly; J. H. Chinn, publisher; 
established 1887; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19 !4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

VANKLEEK HILL, pop. i,8oo, Co. Prescott, on the C. P. R. and 
the G.T.R., Hawkesbury branch, 53 miles E. of Ottawa and 58 miles 
N.W. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : large 

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foundry, cheese, sash and door factories, saw mills, lumberingf and 
farming. The town contains six churches, of different denominations, 
high, public and model schools, a convent, town hall, electric light, 
close connection to both cities by all C. P. R. and G. T. R. trains. 
Twelve trains daily. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Plantagenet, Alfred, Rockland, Caledonia 
Springs, St. Eugene, Stardale, Barb, Dalkeith, Riceville, Clarence, 
Foumier, 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, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,560 

WABIGOON, pop. 250, Rainy River district, on Wabigoon Lake 
and on the Main Line of the C. P. R., 210 miles W. of Fort William, 
230 miles E. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : gold mining, 
farming and fishing and lumber mills on the edge of the lake. 
Steamers leave daily in the summer to the gold fields on the Mani- 
tou Lakes, and a Government road leads to the Minnetakie gold 
fields in the north. The town has two churches, two hotels, public 
school and savings bank. Surrounding 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, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n % 

Also publish Dryden Observer, circulation of which is included in 
above rating. 

VvALKERTON, pop. 3,100, Co. Bmce, on Saugeen River, C. P. R. 
* and G.T.R., 70 miles N.W. of Guelph ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, hosiery factory, planing mills, furniture factory, 
rattan factory, binder twine factory, foundries, machine shops and 
tanneries. The town contains seven churches, high, separate and 
public schools, public library, opera house, water works, fire depart- 
ment, and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages 
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 i86r ; conservative ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

BRUCE TIMES, weekly; Wesley & Son, publishers; estab- 
lished 1905 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i)^ 

TELESCOPE, weekly; A. W. Robb, editor and publisher; 
established 1869 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n i^ 

ONTARIO G LOCKE, German, weekly ; Rittinger & Motz, 
Berlin, publishers ; established 1869 ; independent ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.50; twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Published in combination with Berliner Journal and Stratford 
/Colonist. 

Sworn combined circ'n of Glocke, Journal and A'olonist, actual 

average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,260* 

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VvALKERVILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. Essex, on Detroit River, and on 
G.T.R., C.S.R., Wabash and Pere Marquette Ry., 20 miles N.E. of 
Windsor; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 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 and steel works, laboratories, 
automobile factory, pant and shirt, carriage goods and varnish fac- 
tories and malleable iron works, and in the neighborhood are ex- 
tensive hop fields and tobacco farms. 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 vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Woodslee, Tecumseh, Sand- 
wich, Belle River, St. Clair, Vereker and Maidstone. 

HERALD, weekly; J. E. Dobie, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1896 ; conservative ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

WALLACEBURG, pop 3,500, Co. Kent, on Sydenham River, Pere 
Marquette Ry. and C.W. & L.E. Electric Ry., i8 miles N.W. of 
Chatham ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumber, flour 
and planing mills, glass factory, brass works, beet sugar factor}', 
canning factory, evaporator, flax mill, stave and hoop factory and 
farming. The town contains six churches, public and separate 
schools, convent, Carnegie library, and has natural gas.* Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Port Lamb- 
ton, Tupperville, Wilkesport, Whitebread, Becher and Mitchell's 
Bay. 

HERALD-RECORD, weekly; H. A. Colville, publisher; es- 
tablished 1871 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $i.oo; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19X inches. See Advt. Page 74. Circ'n i 

NEWS, weekly; Colwell Bros., publishers; established 1895; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,512*" 

WARKWORTH, pop. 800, Co. Northumberland, on Mill Creek, ii 
miles S. of Hastings, the nearest railroad station on the G.T.R. ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grist and saw mill, sash and 
blind factory, a large cheese factory and creamery, dairying and 
farming. The town contains, besides its mills and factories, three 
churches, two hotels and school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dartford, Castleton, Roseneath, 
Godolphin and Norham. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; W. H. Henry, publisher ; established 1892; 
Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 1834^ inches. 

Circ'n ^ 

WATERFORD, pop. 1,200, Co. Norfolk, on the Nanticoke Creek, 
T. H. & B. Ry. and M. C. R., 8 miles N. of Simcoe ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, canning fac- 
tory, foimdry and machine shops, farming and fruit growing. The 
town contains three churches, two schools, water works and fire 
departments, and is lighted by electricity. It has three hotels, 
several good stores and an excellent water supply. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Boston, Bealton, 
Villa Nova, Vanessa, Bloomsburg, Windham and Lynville. 

STAR, weekly ; P. Geo. Pearce, editor and publisher ; established 
1874; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 8 col., 22 
inches. . Circ'n 1^4" 



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WATERLOO, pop. 4,421, Co. Waterloo, on the G.T.R., 2 miles 
N.W. of Berlin, 40 miles N.W. of Hamilton, 63 miles W. of Toronto; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Connected with Berlin by an electric railway. 
Chief Industries : flour mills, button factory, furniture and shoe 
factories, brewery, distillery, foundries, collar and cuff factory, broom 
and brush and threshing' machine factories and mixed farming. The 
town contains six churches, public and separate schools, free library, 
town hall, etc. Watterloo is situated in the centre of one of the 
finest agricultural districts in Ontario and is an important manufac- 
turing centre, containing 23 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. 

CHRONICLE-TELEGRAPH, weekly ; David Bean, editor 
and publisher; established 1856; liberal; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 2^^ 

Also publishes Berlin Telegrafh. 

See Acii't. Page 42. 

CANADISCHER BAUERNFREUND, German, weekly ; A. 
Weidenhammer, publisher ; established 1850 ; conservative ; Thurs- 
day; subscription $1.25 ; twelve pages, 7 col., \f)}'i inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 36. 

WATFORD, pop. 1,470, Co. Lambton, on G.T.R., 28 miles E. of 
Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries^: wagon factory, 
wire works, saw, flour and planing mills, cheese factory and electrical 
works, farming- and fruit growing. 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 pub- 
lishers, H. F. Williams, local editor; established 1875 > independent ; 
Friday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n 1^ 

WEBBWOOD, pop. 1,500, District of Sudbury, on the Spanish River 
and C. P. R. , 48 miles W. of Sudbury, 131 niles E. of Sault Ste. 
Marie ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : mining, lumbering and 
farming. 

DIVISIONALJOURNAL, weekly ; C. A. Rickaby, publisher; 
established 1909 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17)^ inches. 

WELLAND, pop. 4,500, Co. Welland, on G.T.R., M.C.R., Wabash, 
* Pere Marquette, T. H. & B. Ry. and C. P. R., St. Catharines and 
Toronto Electric Railway, Welland River and Canal, 8 miles X. of 
Lake Erie, 22 miles from Buffalo, 40 miles S. E. of Hamilton ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour, saw and planing mills, 
foundry, forge works, steel plant and binder twine and bed factories. 
The town contains six churches, high and public schools, court 
house, industrial home, public library, water work», natural gas, 
electric light and power. It is one of the best manufacturing loca- 
tions in Canada, with power from Niagara Falls, water communica- 
tion with the great lakes, 42 passenger trains daily, and situated in 
the natural gas belt. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Marshville, Fonthill, Ridgeville, St. Johns, 
Sherkston, Bertie, Port Robinson, Humberstone, Allanberg, Fen- 
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TELEGRAPH, semi-weekly; Sears & DufF, publishers; estab- 
lished 1863; conservative; Tuesday and Friday; subscription $i. 00; 
eig^ht pag^es, 6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

PEOPLE'S PRESS, weekly; The Press Co., publishers; estab- 
lished i8g8 ; liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription 60 cents ; four to six 
pagfes, 6 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

TRIBUNE, weekly; J. J. Sidey, publisher; established 1854; 
liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 
20)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,154'A' 

HOME CIRCLE LEADER, monthly; Order of Canadian 
Home Circles, publishers ; established 1890 ; brotherhood ; sub- 
scription 20 cents ; distributed free to members of the Order ; eight 
pages, size 10 x i3}4- 

WELLANDPORT, Co. Lincoln, on Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo 
Ry. and Chippewa Creek ; Tel. , Ex. , Bank. Chief Industry : farm- 
ing. The town contains two churches, public school ' and two 
hotels. 

POST, weekly ; W. A. Fry, publisher ; established 1909 ; inde- 
pendent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 
Also publishes Du7inville Chrofiicle. 

WELLESLEY, pop. 750, Co. Waterloo, on Nith River, i8 miles N.W. 
of Berlin, i8 mile^ N.E. of Stratford ; Tel., T., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : woollen mills, knitting factory, 250 barrel roller mill, planing 
mill, saw mill, cheese factory, dairying and farming. The village 
contains four churches, a good school, public library, opera house, 
three hotels, has rural telephone system, fine water privilege and 
fishing preserves. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Baden, Hawkesville, St. Clements, Heidelberg, 
Shakespeare, Lisbon, St. Agatha, Bamberg and Millbank. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; H. W. Kaufman, publisher; establish- 
ed 1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., i7>^ inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 34. 

WEST FORT WILLIAM, pop. 2,000, Co. Thunder Bay, on the 
Kaministiqua River, which forms the harbor of Fort William and 
Westfort, and on C. P. R., C. N. R. and G. T. P. Ry., 7 miles W. 
of Port Arthur, 3 miles W. of Fort William, and connected with 
both by electric railway ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
grain elevators, foundries, brick yards and railway shops and round- 
house. The town contains two schools, four churches, public hall 
and three hotels, and has gas, water, electric light and sewerage 
systems. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Stanley, Murillo, Hymers, Kakabeka Falls, State River, 
Silver Mountain, Dona and Waks. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; West Fort William Publishing Co., 
publishers ; established 1908 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 6col. , 19)^ inches. 

WEST LORNE, pop. i,ooo,Co. Elgin, on M.C.R. and Pere Marquette 
Ry., 28 miles W. of St. Thomas ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
waggon works, canning factory, flour, woollen, saw and planing 
mills, foundry and machine shop, and farming, espeeially stock- 
raising. The town contains six churches, opera houses and public 
halls, graded schools and public library. Surrounding towns and 

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villages where no papers are published : Eagle, Crinan, Woodgreen, 
Wardsville, Newbury, Clachan, Kintyre, Strathburn, Aldboro, Camp- 
bellton and Wallacetown. 

ELGIN SUN, weekly; W. H. Bole, publisher ; established 1899; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
I9>^ inches. Circ'n yi 

WESTON, pop. 1,650, Co. York, on G.T.R. and C.P.R., 5 miles 
N.W. of Toronto, the provincial capital, with which it is also con- 
nected by Electric Railway; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : saw and flour mills, stove foundry, pump works, bedstead 
factory, carriage and waggon works, chemical works, brick yards 
and stock food factory. The town contains four churches, public, 
separate and high schools, public library, a public hall, three hotels 
and is lighted by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Carleton, Clairviell, Richview, Ellesmere, 
Woodbridge, Highfield, Downsview and Thornhill. 

Tl M ES AND GUIDE, weekly ; A. E. Whinton, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1890; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WESTPOR T , pop. 1,000, Co. Leeds, on the Upper Rideau Lake 
and B.W. & N.W.Ry., 45 miles N.W. of Brockville, 20 miles S.W. of 
Perth, with steamboat connection with Kingston and Ottawa during 
navigation; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : flour mills, two 
furniture factories, tannery, mica cleaning works, two saw mills and 
a large foundry. The village has six churches, public and separate 
schools, three hotels and several stores. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Bedford Mills, Fermoy, 
Nevvboro, Forfar, Elgin, Portland and Bolingbroke. 

MIRROR, weekly; W. B. Adams, publisher; established 1893; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^/3 inches. Circ'n ^ 

WEST TORONTO, pop. 10,000, Co. York, on the C.P.R., four 
miles N.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., 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. The town con- 
tains eight churches, collegiate institute and four schools ; the 
C.P.R. yards are located here. 

HERALD, weekly; Fairbanks & Wright, publishers; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 1714^ inches. Circ'n \% 

WHEATLEY, pop. 800, Co. Kent, situated on Lake Erie and Pere 
Marquette Ry., 8 miles N.E. of Leamington, 32 miles S.E. of Wind- 
sor ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, grist and plan- 
ing mills, tile, brick, cement sewer and building block works, butter 
factory, farming, fruit growing and fishing. The town contains, 
besides its stores, etc., two hotels, three churches, public schools 
and public library. It is in a rich agricultural district, adjoining oil 
and gas fields. 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, 6 
col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Pajre 63. 

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WHITBY, pop. 2,500, Co. Ontario, on Lake Ontario and G.T.R., 4 
# miles W. of Oshawa, 30 miles E. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : flour mill, foundries, machine shops, tanneries and 
farming'. The town contains five churches and four Schools, colle- 
giate institute, ladies' college, music hall, and good grain elevator. 
Surrounding towns and villagfes where no papers are published : 
Brooklin, Greenwood, Myrtle, Raglan, Columbus and Claremont. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; C. A. Goodfellpw, editor and publisher; 
established 1856; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eig'ht 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n (including Gazette) i}^ 

Also publishes Whitby Gazette. 

GAZETTE, weekly; C. A. Goodfellow, editor and publisher; 
established 1862 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eig"ht 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. For Circ'n see Chronicle. 

Also publishes Whitby Chronicle. 

VOX COLLEGII, monthly; Literary and Musical Society of 
Ontario Ladies' College, publishers ; established 188 1 ; college ; 
subscription 35 cents ; twenty-four to forty pages, 2 col., 7 inches. 
Eight issues only during college year. 

VvlARXON, pop. 2,500, Co. Bruce, at the head of Colpoy's Bay, an 
arm of the Georgian Bay, and on the G. T. R., 60 miles N. of 
Walkerton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: farming, fishing, 
saw, flour and woollen mills, cement and flooring factories, turning 
and furniture factories and limestone quarries. The town contains 
seven churches, three schools, public library, town hall, water works, 
five hotels, and is lighted by electricity. It has a fine harbor and 
docks, 1,040 feet long and 200 feet wide. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Allenford, 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 ; R. G. Scott, publisher; established 1893 ; 
conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

ECHO, weekly; A. Logan, publisher; established 1879; liberal; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 90. Circ'n i % 

WINCHESTER, pop. 1,200, Co. Dundas, on C. P. R., 93 miles W. 
of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : foundry, 
woollen, flour, saw and planing mills and furniture factory, farming 
and dairying. The town contains five churches, high and public 
schools, and is the centre of a fine agricultural and dairying section. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Inkerman, Kenmore, Morewood, Hallville, Ormond, Vernon, Van 
Camp, Mountain Ridge, Cass Bridge, Vinegar Hill, Nation Valley, 
Irena, Rovvena, Maple Ridge Mountain and Winchester Springs. 

PRESS, weekly ; Byron Lane, editor and publisher; established 
1888; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., 18 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 965 

See Advt. Page 62. 

WINDSOR, pop. 15,829, Co. Essex, on the Detroit River, C. P. R., 
M. C. R., G. T. R., Wabash Ry., and Pere Marquette Ry., opposite 
Detroit and 230 miles S.W. of Toronto; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. - 

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Chief Industries: turned j^^oods, Canadian Salt Co.'s salt works, 
lumber and saw mills, rule, valve, stove, mantle, overall, perfume, 
varnish, patent medicine and other factories, shipping and farming. 
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, armory 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 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, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,^BO 
SEMI-WEEKLY, established i860 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,0OO 

Advt. — 77w Record ( Daily and Weekly) is in a class by itself in Essex County 
(population 60.000 J. That its circulation is greater than that of all other papers in 
the County cotnbined, is undisputed. See Advt. Page g^. 

STANDARD, weekly; Standard Printing Co. of Windsor, Ltd., 
publishers, F. J. Hughes, bus. mgr., C. E. Percy, editor; established 
1902 ; conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
ig% inches. Circ'n i 

LE COURRIER, French, weekly; Le Courrier Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1908 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

LE PROGRES, French, weekly; Aurele Pacaud, editor and 
publisher; established 1881 ; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n i 

WINGHAM, pop. 2,500, Co. Huron, on the IVIaitland River, G. T. R. 
and C. P. R., 31 miles N. E. of Goderich ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : stove foundry, machine shop, saw, planing, flour 
and oatmeal mills, chair and four furniture factories, carriage, door 
and glove factories, tanneries, salt wells and farming. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, town hall, hospital, 
Y.M.C.A., and has w-ater works and fire department. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Belmore, Blue- 
vale, Whitechurch, Belgrave, St. Helen's and St. Augustine. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Theo. Hall, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1873 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 8 col., 21^4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,350 

TIMES, weekly; H. B. Elliott, editor and publisher; established 
1872; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^4 inches. Circ'n 1 

WOODSTOCK, pop. co,5oo, Co. Oxford, on River Thames, G.T.R. 

# and C.P.R., and terminus of St. Mary's & Western Ry., 27 miles 

N'.E. of London, 100 miles S.W. of Toronto ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 

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Chief Industries : organs and pianos, waggon, carpet, furniture, 
tannery, soap factories, flour, saw, oatmeal and planing mills, stove 
and boiler foundries, machine shops, automobile works, cereal mills, 
knitting mills, wire fence, pipe organ and agricultural implement 
works, farming and dairying. The town contains several well built 
churches, a college, collegiate institute, several public schools, a 
town hall, fire hall and court house, has water works and fire de- 
partment, and is lighted by gas and electricity. It is the geograph- 
ical centre of the richest and most fertile agricultural county in the 
province and is the distributing point for 100,000 people. The lines 
of the two great railway systems radiate from it in eight directions. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Beachville, Bright, Eastwood, Innerkip, Hickson, Coble's Corners, 
Sweaburg, Strathallan, Princeton, Rayside, Raneleigh, Cooley, 
Pond, Springford, Burford, Zenda, Mount Elgin, Granthurst, Ben- 
nington, Vaiidecar, Golspie, Centreville and South Zorra. 

EXPRESS, every evening except Sunday ; Woodstock Express 
Ptg. Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1898 ; conservative ; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 2- 

WEEKLY, established 1898; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; twelve 
pages, 6 col., 20'^ inches. See Advt. Page 57. Circ'n 2 

SENTI N EL- 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, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,254'*' 

WEEKLY, established 1854 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen 
and twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,507"^ 

Advt. — Population cojisidered, the Woodstock Sentinel-Revieiu has the largest 
circulation of any paper in Canada. For a quarter of a century it has been the 
representative paper of the ■wealthiest county in Ontario. It goes into four-fifths of 
the homes of city a?id county. Circulation more than equals the combined circulations 
of all other advertising mediums in the county. See Advt. Page 65. 

ROD AND GUN IN CANADA, monthly; W. J. Taylor, pub- 
lisher. See Toronto. 

WOODVILLE, pop. 900, Co. Victoria, on G.T.R., 18 miles N. W. 
of Lindsay, 5 miles N. of Cannington ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: saw and flour mills, farming and stock raising. The 
village contains two churches and two public schools. Surrounding 
towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Islay, Glenarm, 
Hartley, Cambray, Argyle, Oakwood and Manilla. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; J. J. Cave, publisher; established 1883;. 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. See Beaverton Ex;press. 

WROXETER, pop. 700, Co. Huron, on the Maitland River and 
C. P. R. , 25 miles N.E. of Goderich, 65 miles N.W. of Guelph ; 
Tel, T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: saw, flour, grist, oatmeal, 
wheat flake and woollen mills, tannery, two important squab plants, 
and mixed farming. The town contains three churches, public 
school, public library, town hall and opera house and two hotels, 
and has electric light. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Belmore, Bluevale, Jamestown, Molesworth 
and Lakelet. 

PLANET, weekly; Robert S. Noble, publisher; established 
1909 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
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VvYOMING, pop. 700, Co. Lambton, on the southern division G.T. R. 
and junction for Petrolia, 19 miles E. of Sarnia ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : flour, saw, planing and woollen mills, evaporator 
and mixed farming. The town contains, beside its stores and mills, 
etc., two 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. G. Nichol, editor and publisher; 
established 1894 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

ZURICH, pop. 600, Co. Huron, 24 miles south of Goderich, 18 miles 
S.W. of Seaforth, and 6 miles west of Hensall, its nearest railway 
station ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries ; flax mill, saw, plan- 
ing and grist mill, evaporator, jam factory. The town contains four 
churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Dashwood, Blake, St. Joseph, 
Crediton, Bayfield and Varna. 

HERALD, weekly; E. Zeller, editor and publisher ; established 
1900 ; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n % 



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PROVINCE OF OUEBEC 



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 
regfular colonization from the beginning of the '17th century. From this 
colony went forth the hardy French pioneers, who penetrated through 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 1907 amounted to $2,482,984. There are large 
deposits, yet undeveloped to any great extent, of peat, gold, silver and 
other minerals. 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 opera- 
tions 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, un- 
equalled in the world for their qualities for pulp and paper making. By an 
Order in Council passed in 1896 the northern boundaries have been extend- 
ed to the shores ot Hudson Bay, the area of Quebec being now 351,873 sq. 
miles. Less than 4% of the total area of the province was under crop in 
1907. Over 55 million bushels of cereals were produced, consisting chiefly 
of wheat, 1,739,727 bushels ; oats, 41,327,762 bushels ; barley, 2,885,347 
bushels; buckwheat, 1,847,821 bushels; corn in ear, 1,376,892 bushels; 
peas, 1,017,223 bushels ; beans, 329,748 bushels and mixed grains, 3,819,- 
770 bushels. The potato crop amounted to 22,910,753 bushels ; roots 
to 11,311,490 bushels; hay to 4,188,441 tons and fodder corn to 420,512 
tons. The province's showing in live stock in the same year was as 
follows: horses, 351,176; milch cows, 876,135; other cattle, 668,693; 
sheep, 626,033 ; swine, 729,453 and poultry, 4,342,241. The value of the 
fish caught in the waters of the province in 1907 was $2,175,035. The pop- 
ulation at the last census in 1901J was 1,648,898, and is now estimated at 
1,650,000. It has 65 counties, 5 districts, 8 cities, 101 towns, and over 
1,500 villages. In 1907 the province had 3,516 miles of railway, the Cana- 
dian Pacific, Intercolonial, Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk being the 
most important systems. A dual system of education exists in the pro- 
vince, there being Roman Catholic school boards and Protestant school 
boards. The Roman Catholic boards have under their charge 4,464 elem- 
entary 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 excep- 
tion of colleges and universities, having 37,407 pupils of all grades. Be- 
sides these, there are seven non-sectarian schools of arts and manufac- 
tures, 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 p,umber 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. 



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AR T HABASKA, pop. 2,000, Co. Arthabaska, 3 niilei> S. of Victoria- 

* ville station on G.T. R., 108 miles S.E. of Montreal, 36 miles S.E. of 
Three Rivers and 65 miles S. W. of Quebec, the capital of the prov- 
ince ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: furniture, cheese and 
cheese box factories, tanneries, foundries, saw, planing and grist 
mills, dairying- and farming. The town contains five churches and 
two schools, the county buildings, court house, gaol, convent, mon- 
astery, two colleges and a hospital. Surrounding towns and vill- 
ages where no papers are published : Stanfold, St. Norbert, Plessis- 
vifle, Warwick, Tingwick, Chesterville, St. Albert, Chester Nord, 
Thetford and Drunimondville. 

GAZETTE D'ARTHABASKA, French, weekly; J. F. Tasche- 
reau, editor and publisher ; established 1907 ; independent ; Satur- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

L' UN ION DES CANTONS DE L'EST, French, weekly ; La 
Compagnie d'Imprimerie d'Arthabaskaville, publishers ; established 
1865; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 22^ 
inches. Circ'n i 

BEDFORD, pop. 1,400, Co. Missisquoi, on C.P.R., 18 miles S. E. of 

* St. Johns and 60 miles S.E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : knitting machine (latch needles), paint works, 
butter box and chair factory, hay rake and wash board, bee- 
keepers' supplies, foundry, agricultural implement, scythe and axe, 
sash and door factories, saw, planing and grist mills, dairying and 
farming. The town contains three churches, three hotels and twen- 
ty stores. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Mystic, Stanbridge, St. Armand, Pigeon Hill, Dunham, 
Frelighsburg and Stanbridge East. 

N EWS, AND MISSISQUOI COUNTY ADVOCATE, weekly ; 
E. R. Smith & Sons, publishers ; established 1899 ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; twelve pages, 7 col., 2\)4 inches. 

See Si. Johns Nezvs. 

See Advt. Page 35. 

BUCKINGHAM, pop. 3,500, Co. Labelle, on the C. P. R. and River 
du Lievre, 4 miles from Ottawa River, 20 miles E. of Ottawa and 
100 miles W. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
saw and planing mills, match factory, sash and door factories, elec- 
tric reduction works, pulp mills, brick works, mining and chemical 
works (phosphorus, ferro-chromium, alum, etc.) The town con- 
tains, besides its stores, four churches, six hotels, a convent, two 
schools, college, hospital and town hall, and has good water power, 
water works and electric light systems. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Rockland, Glen Almond, 
La Sallette, Mayo, Papineauville, Lochaber, Masson, Montebello, 
Cantley, North Wakefield and Thurso. 

POST, AND LABELLE COUNTY ECHO, weekly ; A. H. 
Parker, publisher ; established 1895 ; independent; P'riday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

CHICOUTIMI, pop. 4,000, Co. Chicoutimi, on Saguenay River and 
=*f= Q. & L. St. J. Ry., 100 miles N. W. of Fraserville and 210 miles 
N. of Quebec ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : pulp mills, 
foundry, cheese and carriage factories .ind farming. The town con- 
tians two churches, seminaries, convents, hospital, orphan asylum 
and schools ; it is lighted by electricity, has wholesale and retail 
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boat 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. Dominique, St. Alphonse, Bagotville, Jonquiere, Ste. 
Anne de Chicoutimi, St. Alexis, St Ambroise and Notre Dame. 

LE PROGRES DU SAGU EN AY, French, weekly; LeSyndi- 
cat des Imprimeurs du Saguenay, Inc., publishers; established 1886; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 .col., 
2 1 3^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

LE TRAVAILLEUR, French, weekly; Chicoutimi Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1905; independent; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n t 

LE MESSAGER DE ST. ANTOINE, French, monthly ; 
Rev. E. De Lamarre, publisher; established 1895; religious, Roman 
Catholic ; 1st of month ; subscription 25 cents ; twenty pages, i col., 
5^ inches. Circ'n 12^ 

COATICOOK, pop. 3,200, Co. Stanstead, on the Coaticook River 

# and G.T.R., 122 miles S.E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming, saw, grist, cotton, knitting, woollen and 
mohair braid mills, foundry, chair factory, sash and door factory, 
agricultural implement works, dairying and farming. The town 
contains five churches and about forty stores. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Compton, Dixville, 
Barnston, Hatley, Waterville, Norton Mills, Lennoxville, Barford,, 
Hereford, Stanhope, Clifton and Baldwin's Mills. 

OBSERVER, weekly; A. C. Hanson, editor. Observer Printing 
Co., publishers ; established 1869; independent-liberal; Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

COOKSHIRE, pop. 1,200, Co. Compton, on the Eaton River, Maine 

# Central Ry. and C. P. R., 16 miles E. of Sherbrooke and 13 miles 
N.E. of Lennoxville ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: sash 
and door and chemical factories, saw and flour mills and machine 
shops, mixed farming and dairying. The town contains the county 
buildings, three churches, academy, Roman Catholic school and two 
hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished: Eaton, Sawyerville, Marbleton, East Angus, Compton, Water- 
ville, Scotstown and Robinson. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; C. M. MacRae, editor and proprietor; 
established 1891 ; independent-conservative; Wednesday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

Also issues Lake Megantic Chronicle, circulation of which is in- 
cluded in above rating. 

COWANS V ILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Missisquoi, on the South Branch 
ofthe Yamaska River, and on the C.P.R., 57 miles S.E. of Mont- 
real ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : furniture, sash, door 
and blind, maple sugar and carriage factories, flour mill, oil works, 
foundry and agricultural implement works, advertising novelty fac- 
tory, farming and dairying. The town contains three churches, 
two schools, town hall and two hotels ; district is adapted to stock 
raising, butter and cheese making. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Sutton Junction, Glen Farnham, 
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and West Bolton, South Stukely, Sweetsburgf, East and West Farn- 
ham and Eastman. 

COTTON'S WEEKLY (formerly C^^^-rt/^r), weekly ; William 
U. Cotton, B.A., B.C.L., editor and publisher; established 1870; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19>^ inches. Circ'n \yi 

See Advt. Page 5 1 . 

DANVILLE, pop. 1,200, Co. Richmond, on the G.T.R., 84 miles S.W. 
of Quebec and 87 miles E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : saw and grist mills, four waggon factories, tannery 
and belting factory, farming and dairying. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Kingsey Falls and 
Dennison's Mills. 

TIMES, weekly ; A. L. Lance and J. P. Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers; established 1878; liberal; F"riday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

See Richmond Times. 

FARNHAIvl, pop. 3,200, Co. Missisquoi, on the Yamaska River» 
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., Banks. 
It contains four churches, stores, eight hotels, flour and saw mill, 
corset factory and C.'P.R. car shops and is an important railway 
centre. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Versailles, Iberville, St. Sabine, Brigham, Adamsville and 
Angeline. 

LEADER, weekly; Granby Ptg. & Pub. Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1892 ; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19*4 inches. 

See Granby Leader-Mail. 

pRAStRVILLE, pop. 7,500, Co. Temiscouata, on the south shore 
# of the St. Lawrence River, on the I. C. R., and at the Junction of 
the I. C. R. and Temiscouata Railway (in operation to Edmundston, 
N.B.), 116 miles below Quebec ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : foundries, tanneries, pulp, grist and saw mills, I.C.R. and 
Temiscouata shops for engines, furniture and 'chair factories. 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 papers are published : 
Trois-Pistoles, St. Paschal, St. Alexandre, St. Anne de la Poca- 
tiere, Rimouski, Riviere du Loup Station, Cacouna and Bic. 

LE JOURNAL DE FRASERVILLE, French, weekly; J. E. 
Mercier, editor and publisher; established 1884; independent; Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

LE ST. LAURENT, French, weekly. See Riviere du Loup. 

GRANBY, pop. 5,000, Co. Shefford, on the Yamaska River and 
C. V. R., 19 miles N.W. of Waterloo, 29 miles N. E. of St. Johns, 
and 55 miles S.E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
ries : large rubber factories, tobacco, cigar, last, cigar box, paper 
and wood box and carriage factories, sash and door factory, 
plumbing supplies factory, combs and celluloid goods factory, saw 
and grist mills, tanneries, farming and dairying. The town contains 
four churches, three hotels and about thirty stores ; it is lighted by 
electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 



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published : Abbotsford, Dunham, Eastman, Roxton, Sweetsburg', 
West Shefford, Granboro', Adamsville, Mawcook, Milton and St. 
Joachim. 

LEADER-MAIL, weekly; Granby Pt'g. and Pub. Co., Ltd., 
publishers, Geo. Leggfe, editor ; established 1891 ; independent ; , 
Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

Also publish Farnhayn Leader, circulation of which is included in 
above rating. 

GRAND' ME RE, Co. Champlain, on the St. Maurice River, about 4 
miles from Shawinigan Junction, on the C.N.Q.Ry., and 20 miles N. 
of Three Rivers ; Tel., T., Bank. 

LE COURRIER DE GRAND'MERE, French, weekly ; E.G. 
Dallaire, publisher ; established 1909 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 j^ inches. 

HULL, pop. 15,300, Co. Wright, on the Ottawa River, at the foot of 
=^ Chaudiere Falls and at the mouth of the Gatineau River, % mile 
from Ottawa (the Capital of the Dominion, with which it is connect- 
ed by two iron bridges over the Ottawa River), and on C. P. R. and 
G.T. R. branch line ; Tel., T. , Ex., 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, carding and woollen mills, axe factory and pork pack- 
ing ; it also has valuable iron mines in its vicinity. The town con- 
tains several fine churches, a college, a convent and public schools, 
library, city hall, and has electric light, water works and fire depart- 
ment and three lumber shipping yards. The supply of water power 
from the Ottawa River is practicalh unlimited. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Thurso, Wakefield, 
Montebello, Papineauville, Kazubazua and Desert. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Jas. Thos. Pattison, publisher; estabHshed 
1900 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 24. 

LE SPECTATEUR, French, weekly; Le Spectateur Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1889 ; liberal; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; four pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

HUNTINGDON, pop. 1,200, Co. Huntingdon, on the Chateauguay 
# River and G.T.R. and N.Y.C.Ry., 48 miles S.W. of Montreal ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw, planing and grist mills, 
foundry, condensed milk and cheese factories, farming and dairying. 
The town contains four churches, two hotels, numerous stores, Odd- 
fellows', Masonic and Foresters' halls, county buildings and an 
academy ; 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, Rockburn, Riverfield, Cazaville, St. Agnes, Powerscourt, 
St. Anicet, Athelstan, Dundee, Kelso, How^ick, Franklin Centre, 
Allan's Corners, Hemmingford, Helena, Kensington, Dewittville, 
Anderson's Corners and Herdman. 

CANADIAN GLEANER, weekly; R. Sellar, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1863 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 8 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1]^ 

HUNTINGDON NEWS AND ENTERPRISE, weekly; 
E. R. Smith & Son, publishers, C. Dewick, local editor ; established 
1893 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

See St. Johns N^ezus. 

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JOLIETTE, pop. 5,225, Co. Joliette, on the River I'Assomption, and 

# on the C. P. R. and Can. Nor. Ry., 16 miles W. of Berthierville and 
45 miles N. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
paper, g^rist, saw, planingf and fulling mills, foundry, two tanneries, 
biscuit, cig"ar and tobacco and boot and shoe factories, machine 
shops and farming. The town contains four churches, a college, 
convent, hospital, industrial school, and has large quantities of lime- 
stone 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, Terre- 
bonne, St. Alexis, Kildare, Montcalm, Ste. Julienne, 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, 7 col., 21 J^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

KNOWLTON, pop. 850, Co. Brome, near head of Brome Lake, on 

# C.P.R.,6o miles S.E. of Montreal and 10 miles S. of Waterloo; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw and grist mills, tannery, 
farming and dairying. It is the chief town of Brome Count)-, 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, 7 col., 21 j^ inches. 

See St. Johns N^ezus. 

See Advt. Page 35. 

LACHU I E, pop. 2,500, Co. ArgenteuH, on the North River and on 

# C.P.R., and C.N.Q.Ry., 44 miles N.W. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : paper and pulp mills, woollen mill, two 
carriage factories, bobbin and shuttle and wooden-ware factories, 
two foundries, grist and saw mills, furniture factory, butter, cheese 
and cheese box factory, brick yard, farming and dairying. The 
town contains six churches, academy, French convent and school, 
the county buildings, six hotels and several stores. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Brownsburg-, 
Dalesville, St. Columbin, Cushing, Carillon, St. Andrews, Grenville 
and Av-oca. 

NEWS, AND ARGENTEUIL CO. ADVOCATE, weekly; E. R. 
Smith & Son, publishers, G. E. Bampton, local editor ; established 
1894 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 2\% inches. 

See St. Johns Neix's. 

See Advt. Page 35. 

WATCHMAN, AND OTTAWA VALLEY ADVOCATE, week- 
ly : J. S. Giles, editor and publisher ; established 1875 ; conserva- 
tive ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n ^ 

LAKE MEG ANTIC, pop. 1,500, Co. Compton, on the C. P. R. and 
Quebec Central Ry., 60 miles E. of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : saw and pulp mills, sash and door factory, 
farming and dairying. The town contains, besides its stores, mills, 
etc., one church and a couple of hotels. Surrounding towns and 

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villag-es where no papers are published : Compton, East Ang-us, 
Robinson and Scotstown. 

CHRONICLE, weekly ; Chronicle Printing Co., publishers ; 
established 1896; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. See Cookshire Chronicle. 

LEVIS, pop. 10,000, Co. Levis, on the south shore of the St. Law- 

# rence River, opposite the City of Quebec, on the G.T.R., the 
I.C.R. and the Quebec Central Ry., 172 miles N.E. of Montreal; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw mills, boot and shoe 
factories, boiler and machine shops, and dry dock. The town con- 
tains three churches, convents, college and schools, and the county 
buildings ; the celebrated Levis Dry Docks are a few minutes' walk 
from the centre of the town ; ferries run to Quebec throughout the 
year, and numbers of merchants and clerks in Quebec reside in 
Levis. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : St. Romuald, St. Joseph, St. Henri, Bienville, Etchemin, St. 
Etienne, St. Jean and St. Nicholas. 

LE QUOTIDIEN, French, every evening except Sunday; La Cie 
de Publication de Levis, publishers, F. Pichette, manager ; estab- 
lished 1879; liberal ; subscription $2.50; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Circ'n 5>^ 

WEEKLY {Hebdomadaire) ; established 1881 ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

See Advt. Page 84. 

IvIAGOG, pop. 3,500, Co. Stanstead, at the outlet of Lake Memphre- 
magog, and on the C. P. R., 18 miles W. of Sherbrooke, 88 miles 
S. E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. The town has excellent 
water power. Chief Industries : the Dominion Textile Co. print 
works and cotton mills, creameries, grist and saw mills, door, sash 
and carriage factories, farming and dairying. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Fitch Bay, Eastman, 
Georgeville, Bolton Centre, Mansonville, Ayer's Flat, Hatley, Barns- 
ton, Massawippi, Rock Forest and Cherry River. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; John R. Wilcox, publisher; estab- 
lished 1895 > independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19X inches. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, weekly; E. R. Smith & Sons, publishers; established 
1891 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, size 17 x 24. 
See St. Johns Nezvs. See Advt. Page 35. 

MONTMAGNY, pop. 2,500, 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. R., 37 miles E. of Quebec; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : saw, pulp, grist and carding mills, farm- 
ing, foundries, machine shops, sash and door factories, brick kilns, 
aerated water works and three butter factories. The town contains 
a Roman Catholic church, two colleges, two academies, town hall, 
hospital and four hotels, has water works and is lighted by elec- 
tricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : St. Ignace, St. Pierre, L'Islet, Berthier en Bas, and St. 
Francois. 

COURRIER, French, weekly; Alphonse Caron, publisher; 
established 1883; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
7 col., 213^^ inches. Circ'n i 

LE PEUPLE, French, weekly; L'Evenement Publishing Co., 
Quebec, publishers, Jos. C. Hibert, manager ; established 1900 ; 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription 50 cents ; six pages, 7 col., 19^ 
inches. Also publish Quebec L'Evenement. Circ'n i- 

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MONTREAL, pop. 373,000, including- suburbs 454,000, Co. Hoche- 
# lag-a. The commercial metropolis of, and the largest city in the 
Dominion of Canada, situated on the south 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' ^V- ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Montreal is at the head of St. 
Lawrence ocean navigation, and at the beginning of inland naviga- 
tion, and has railway connection via C. P. R., G. T. R., L C. R. , 
N. Y. C. Ry. and other lines with every important point in North 
America. It is distant from Quebec 172 miles ; from Ottawa 120 
miles ; Toronto 333 ; Hamilton 373 ; Halifax 758 ; Fredericton 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 foundries, type 
foundry, and among its other manufactories are : aerated waters, 
finger ale, cider, beer, baking powder, bank notes, baskets, bedd- 
ing, belting, bells, bicycles, biscuits, braces, bricks, brooms, brushes, 
buttons, car wheels, carbide, card board, card clothing, clay pipes, 
clothing, confectionery, cordage, corks, corsets, chemicals, choco- 
late, cigars, collars, confectionery, canned goods, doors, blinds and 
sashes, derricks, electrical apparatus and machinery, felt, fibre, 
fringe and tassels, furnaces, gramophones, glass, gloves, glue, 
g-rates and mantles, harness, horseshoes, hay presses, jewellery, 
lamps, lard, lasts, lathes, 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- 
t.'iry 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 bag's, 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, 
mucilage, paper boxes, telephones, all kinds of wooden ware, 
boilers, engines and machinery of all kinds, including sewing ma- 
chines and type setting machines, locomotives, 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. 

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 draw- 
ing up to 30 feet of water, from all parts of the world, now lie along-- 
side of the wharves in the harbor, which are not equalled in Canada 
in point of extent, accommodation, approach and cleanliness. 
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 Bonsecours (Roman Catholic) ; it was erected in 1658, 
was burnt in 1764, but rebuilt in 1771. The principal buildings are 
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Trade, Seminary of St. Sulpice, Convent of Notre Dame, General 
Hospital, Royal Victoria Hospital, Grey Nunnery, Montreal Collegfe, 
McGill University Building-s, Laval University, Presbyterian, Meth- 
odist and Congfregfational Colleges, Young- Men's Christian Associa- 
tion Building-, Sailors' Institute, St. Atary's College, Montreal Dio- 
cesan College, Academy of Music, Royal Victoria College, His 
Majesty's Theatre, Theatre Francais, Arena, Victoria Skating Rink, 
and Deaf and Dumb Asylum. Many splendid banks and commercial 
buildings make the business section very solid and imposing ; there 
are thirteen markets, including Bonsecours, a magnificent building 
with a lofty dome, fronting on the River. The city has over eighty 
churches, many of them, such as Notre Dame and St. James Cathe- 
drals and St. James Methodist Church, famous throughout the 
country. The parish church of Notre Dame holds 10,000 to 12,000 
persons. It is 255 feet long and 145 feet broad with two towers 220 
feet high. In one of the towers is one of the largest bells in America 
weighing 12 tons. St. James Cathedral is even larger than this. 
Christ Church Cathedral is considered the most perfect specimen of 
Gothic architecture in America. 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 14 new steel harbor sheds 
have recently been completed. Montreal has about two-thirds of the 
banking capital of Canada, no less than eight of its chartered banks 
having their head offices here. Eleven other banks have branches 
here, making over 65 branches in the city altogether. Two splen- 
did steel bridges span the St. Lawrence, one from the south-west 
part of the city to St. Lambert, on the opposite shore, and the other 
about seven miles above the city. The educational facilities of the 
city comprise the universities of McGiil and Laval with faculties of 
law, arts, science, medicine, and veterinary science, and theological 
colleges connected with the Methodist, Congregational, Presby- 
terian, Church of England and Roman Catholic churches ; a high 
school, normal school, and a number of private and public schools 
and several classical and scientific academies, also a medical col- 
lege affiliated to Victoria College, Toronto, and the medical faculty 
of the University of Bishop's College, Lennoxville. Montreal is div- 
ided into twenty wards, and has over 220 miles of streets and lanes. 
Electric car lines have 85 miles of tracks. The city sends five mem- 
bers to the House of Commons and six to the Local Legislature. 

GAZETTE, every morning except Sunday; Gazette Printing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; Richard White, president ; established 1778; 
conservative ; subscription $6.00 ; twelve to twenty-four pages, 
7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, igo8, 15,112* 

WEEKLY, Thursday ; established 1775 ; subscription 50c. ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Advt. — The Gazette is the only English morning daily in Montreal, and is the 
most effective medium to reach a community by far the -wealthiest in Canada. 
Although a high-priced paper. The Gazette has the largest circulation of any 
■morning paper in the Piovince of Quebec, and is acknowledged thpntghout the Do- 
mifiion to be the best newspaper for commerciai neivs. It is delivered to the homes 
and ninety per cent, of its circulation goes to permanent subscribers. See Advt. 
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H ERALD, every evening except Sunday ; The Herald Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, Jas. S. Brierley, Managing Director; estab- 
lished 1808 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; fourteen to twenty-eight 
pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ"n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 24,296* 
Advt. — Advertisers who desire to cover Montreal, the Province of Quebec and 
Eastern Ontario find the Herald invaluable. Its su-om circulation 0/24,296, largely 
exclusive, is among the great middle classes— the people ■with means to buy and the 
business instinct to make the best use of their money. This field the teise general 
advertiser pel sistently cultivates, and he can reach an important part of it through 
the Heralas columns, .'iee Advt. Pages 30 and 31. 

STAR, every evening except Sunday ; Montreal Star Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, 163-5-7-9 ^t. James St. ; established 1869 ; in- 
dependent ; subscription $3.00 ; sixteen to thirty-two pages, 8 col., 
21^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 06,595* 

Advt. — The Montreal Daily Star is admittedly "Canada's Greatest JVen-spaper." 
Its "Proven" circulation (General or Local J. is greater than the combined circu- 
lation of all the other English neivspapers 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 Slar ; established 1869 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty- 
four to thirty-two pages, 8 col., 21)^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 129,552* 

Advt. — The Star is the only paper in Canada embodying in its advertising con- 
tracts its circulation figures, and ^ving to advertisers the right to check the circula- 
tion figures, and if found inconsistent -with the publishers' claims, to refuse to pay 
the accounts rendered for such advertising. See Advt. Pages i, 2, 3. 

WITN ESS, every evening except Sunday ; John Dougall & Son, 
editors and publishers, corner Craig and St. Peter Sts. ; established 
i860 ; independent ; subscription $3.00 ; twelve to twenty-four 
pages, 6 col., 17 inches. Circ'n 13^ 

WEEKLY, Tuesday; established 1845 ; independent ; twenty-four 
pages, 6 col., 17 inches. Circ'n 22 

Also publish the Northern Messenger and World Wide. 

Advt. — The Witness, Daily and Weekly, appeals to the intelligent, the moral, the 
broadminded element in the community, and has at once the support of the leading 
business and professional classes and the well-to-do family class. With a constitu- 
ency of some 200,000 readers, its influence is past estimating. Founded by fohn 
Dougall in 184s and continued by his son, John Redpath Dougall, to the present time, 
and throughout this time adhering to the same principles. See Advt. Page 9. 

LE CANADA, French, every morning except Sunday; The 
Canada Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903; liberal; 
subscription $3.00; ten to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 14,544* 
WEEKLY, established 1903; Thursday; 'subscription $1.00; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Advt. — The great Liberal tnoming French daily, the largest French ^naming 
^per in the Dominion. The best French medium, because it reaches the best class 
of French families throughout the Province. The Province of Quebec cannot be 
covered zvithout Le Canada. See Advt. Page gi. 

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 
$3.50 ; twelve to forty-eight pages, 7 col., 21 j4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 37,663* 

WEEKLY {formerly Le Cultivateur), Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; sixteen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 20,431* 

Advt. — La Patrie reaches a better class of readers in the cities of Montreal and 
Quebec as nrell as in the Prwince than any other paper printed in Fretich in Canada. 
Published every Saturday in colours. Circulation guaranteed bv Association of 
Circulation Examiners. Circulation books open to all. See Aivt. Inside Back 
Cover. 

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LA PRESSE, French, every eveningf except Sunday; La Presse 

Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, T. Berthiaume, president ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; independent ; subscription $3.50 ; fourteen to fifty-six 
pages, 7 col., 21 Yz inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 09,239'A' 
WEEKLY, established 1884 ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; six- 
teen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 2ijt^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 46,936'A^ 

Advt. — Largest daily circtilatioti in British North America -VDithout exception. 
Field covered: Every sectioti of Canada where French is spoken. The net circula- 
tion of La Presse exceeds by overjj.ooo copies that of the largest English daily pub- 
lished in Canada and by over 2^,000 copies the cotnbined circulation of the other 
French dailies also published in the Dominion. Sworn statement and books open to 
advertisers to verify circulation claimed. See Advt. Page 13. 

CANADIAN JEWISH EAGLE, Yiddish, every morning ex- 
cept Saturday ; Eagle Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1906 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 60. 

BUILDERS' BULLETIN, semi-weekly; Builders' Exchange, 
publishers ; established 1908 ; building trades ; Tuesday and Friday; 
subscription $5.00; eight pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

ASH-SHEHAB {The Brilliayit Star), Syrian, semi-weekly; 
M. N. Barbatany, publisher ; established 1908 ; Syrian interests ; 
Wednesday and Saturday; subscription $5.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
18^ inches, with 4 page supplement. 

CANADIAN GROCER, weekly; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

CHRONICLE (Insurance and Finance), weekly; R. Wilson 
Smith, editor and publisher, St. James St. ; established 1881 ; insur- 
ance and financial ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-two pages, 
size 8^ X 12. 

FINANCIAL POST, weekly; MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

FA M I LY HERALD. See Weekly Star. 

HARDWARE AND METAL, weekly; MacLean Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

J EWISH TIMES, weekly ; Jewish Times Publishing Co., Ltd., 
204 St. James St., publishers ; established 1897 ; Jewish ; Friday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; twenty pages, 2 wide col., 9^ inches. 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FINANCE AND INSUR- 
ANCE REVIEW,' weekly ; M. S. Foley, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; commercial ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two 
pages, 2 and 3 col., 11 inches. 

MARTLET, weekly ; students of McGill University, publishers; 
established 1900 ; college ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two 
pages, 2 col., 6j^ inches. Issued only during college year. 

NORTHERN MESSENGER, weekly ; John Dougall & Son, 
editors and publishers ; established 1866 ; illustrated evangelical and 
story ; subscription 40 cents ; twelve to sixteen pages, 3 col., 12 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 04,303^ 

Also publish Witness and World Wide. 

Advt. — Tlie Northerti Messenger is an illustrated story and undenominational 
religious weekly twelve to sixteen page paper, interesting alike to young and old 
and having the largest sivom circulation of any religious publication in Canada. It 
finds a ivelcome place in every subscriber's home, because of its lively interest and . 
genuine goodness, and therefore giz-es it's advertisers splendid results. See Advt. 
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SHAREHOLDER, weekly; S. B. Foote & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers, Beaver Hall Hill; established 1879; financial; Friday; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; sixteen pages, 3 and 4 col., 12^ inches. Circ'n 2 

STANDARD, weekly ; Geo. Murray Publishing: Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1905 ; literary and news, illustrated supplement ; 
subscription $2.50 ; twenty to thirty pag-es, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 raos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 29,319'Ar 

Advt. — The Standard claims the largest local circulation of any newspaper in 
Montreal except one, ■while it holds unquestionably first place in regard to the 
superior qualitv and exclusive character of its, circulation among the purchasing 
classes. The litandard is used by all leading and progressiz'e — that is, successful — 
advertisers, •who study advertising for results. See Advt. Page iij. 

TRADE BULLETIN, weekly; H. Mason, editor and publisher; 
established 1882 ; produce and provision trades ; Friday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

TRADE REVIEW, FINANCE AND INSURANCE RECORD, 
weekly; Trade Review Publishing Co., publishers, 233 Craig St. W., 
M. Charles Foley, manager ; established 1887 ; commercial ; F"riday ; 
subscription $2.00; forty-eight pages, 2 and 3 col., 11% inches. 

TRUE WITNESS AND CATHOLIC CHRONICLE, weekly; 
True Witness Printing & Publishing Co., publishers ; established 
1851 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; Thursday,; subscription, city and 
foreign $1.50, elsewhere $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

WORLD WIDE, weekly; John Dougall & Son, publishers; 
established 1901 ; literary; Saturday; subscription $1.50; sixteen 
pages up, 3 col., 1 1 % inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 5,213^ 

Also publish Witness and Northerii 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 — something 

between the "Literary Digest " and the " New York Nation," and better than either 

or the Canadian reader. The only paper of its kind in Canada. See Advt. 

Page 114. 

L'AURORE, French, weekly; Rev. S. Rondeau, managing edi- 
tor, L'Aurore Printing and Publishing Co., publishers ; established 
1866 ; religious, Protestant ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen 
pages, 2 col., 954 inches. Circ'n i 

LE BULLETIN, French, weekly; A. P. "Pigeon, publisher, 
105-109 Ontario St. E. ; established 1903 ; liberal ; Sunday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Also publishes Le Canard. 

LE CANADIEN, French, weekly; La Cie D'Imprimerie Paquin, 
Inc., publishers ; established 1906 ; conservative ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

LE CANARD, French, weekly ; A. P. Pigeon, publisher, 105-109 
Ontario St. E. ; established 1878; humorous; Sunday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., \\% inches. 

.\lso publishes Le Bulletin. 

LA CROIX, French, weekly; Joseph Begin, editor and pro- 
prietor, 66 Notre Dame St. E. ; established 1903 ; religious, Roman 
Catholic; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 6 wide col., 
2 1 '4 inches. 

LE MONITEUR DU COMMERCE, French, weekly; F. D. 
Shallow, editor and publisher, 107 St. James St.; established 1880; 
commercial ; Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; forty pages, 3 col., 9^ 
inches. 



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LE NATIONALISTE, French, weekly ; Le Compagiiie Gener- 
ale de Publication, Ltee., publishers ; established 1904 ; nationalist ; 
Sunday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

LE PRIX COURANT, French, weekly; The Trades Publishing 
Co., publishers, 25 St. Gabriel St. ; established 1884; commercial; 
Friday; subscription for the city $2.50, for the country $2.00; sixty- 
two pages, 2 and 3 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish Liqueurs et Tabacs and Tissus et Nouveautes. 

LE RAYON DE SOLEIL, French, weekly; Rev. S. Rondeau, 

publisher, 23 Bleury St. ; established 1900 ; religious, Presbyterian ; 
Saturday; subscription 20 cents ; 4 pages, 2 col., "]% inches. Circ'n i 

LE SAM EDI, French, weekly; Poirier, Bessette & Cie, pub- 
lishers, 198 St. Lawrence Boulevard ; established 1889 ; literary, 
illustrated ; Saturday ; subscription $2.50 ; thirty-six pages, 3 and 4 
col., 12^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 13,183'^ 

See Advt. Page 86. 

Also publish La Revue Pofiilaire. 

LA SEMAINE RELIGIEUSE, French, weekly; Rev. Canon 
G. Dauth, publisher, Rev. Canon L. E. Cousineau, manager ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; subscription $1.50 for 
Montreal, $1.00 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 Can- 
ada ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 19 inches. 

INDIPENDENTE CORRIERE DEL CANADA, Italian, 
weekly ; L. Nobile, editor and proprietor ; established 1897 ; inter- 
ests of Italian colony in Canada ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

PLUMBER AND STEAM FITTER, semi-monthly ; MacLe an 

Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

LE JOURNAL DE FRANCOISE, French, semi-monthly; 
R. Barry, manager, 80 St. Gabriel St. ; established 190 1 ; literary ; 
ist and 3rd Saturday of month; subscription $2.00; sixteen pages 
up, 3 col., 9^ inches. 

JOURNAL DE MEDECINE ET DE CHIRURGIE, French, 
semi-monthly ; W. J. Derome, B.A. , M.D. , editor ; established 1906 ; 
medical ; 2nd" and 4th Saturdays ; thirty-two pages, 2 col. , 9^ inches. 

Circ'n i}{ 

LE PASSE TEMPS, French, semi-monthly; J. E. Belair, pub- 
lisher ; established 1895 ; musical and literary ; subscription $1.50 ; 
twenty-four pages, 4 col., 11^ inches. Circ'n i^, 

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 JOURNAL, monthly; 

H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers ; Board of Trade Bldg. See Toronto. 

CANADIAN LIFE AND RESOURCES, monthly ; Resources 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1903 ; illustrated^ — - 
life and resources of Canada ; subscription $1.00 ; thifty-two pages, 
2 and 3 col., 12 inches. 

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CANADIAN MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURING 
NEWS, monthly; MacLean Publishing^ Co., Ltd., publishers, 
V'ictoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

CAN. MESSENGER OFTHE SACRED HEART, monthly ; 

Society of Jesus, publishers, Rachel St., E. J. Devine, S. J., editor; 

established 1891 ; religfious, Roman Catholic ; subscription 50 cents; 

sixty pag-es, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

Sworn Circn, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 45,191* 
Publishes also a French edition, circulation of which is included in 

above rating. 

Advt. — The "Canadian Messenger" ixith its French editiott, is a motithly visitor 
to over j^o,ooo Catholic homes. Every copy being circulated in from three to five 
families puts it in the forefront of all publications, daily, weekly or monthly, in 
Canada. A Home Department has been added since January igog, an improvement 
appreciated by subscribers and advertisers. See Advt. Page gj. 

CANADIAN MILLINERY REVIEW, monthly ; MacLean Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

CANADIAN MUNICIPAL JOURNAL, monthly; Can. Muni- 
cipal Journal Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1905 ; municipal ; 
ist of month ; subscription $1.00 ; average forty-eight pages, 2 and 
3 col., 93^' iiiciyes. Circn 3 

CANADIAN PICTORIAL, monthly; Pictorial Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1906; illustrated; subscription $1.00 ; thirty- 
two to forty-eight pag'es, 4 col. , 1 2 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, victual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 15,851* 

Adx't. — Sworn Circ'n for Nov., 'oS, iS,MO ; for Dec, 20,^0. The Canadian Pic- 
torial is conceded to be the best printed publication in Canada. It aims to present in 
picture fortn the news of the month, and that it is appreciated is amply shazcn in that 
its igoX subscription receipts are ^6^ o^'er the previous year. .4n az'erage of over 
/,SOO inches of the finest etchings are printed at a cost of oiter $1,000 in each issue. 
The Canadian Pictorial will carry your fine screen picture advts. to excellent ad- 
vantfige right into Canada's /nost cultured homes, public libraries, reading rooms 
and doctors' and detttists' offices. See Advt. Page J4. 

CLOTHIER AND HABERDASHER, monthly ; H. Gagnier, 
Ltd., publishers. Board of Trade Bldg. See Toronto. 

CONSTRUCTION, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., publishers. 
Board of Trade Bldg. See Toronto. 

DRY GOODS RECORD, monthly; F. A. Veitch, publisher. 
Imperial Bk. Bldg., John Macfarlane, editor; established 1904; dry 
goods, men's furnishings, furs, millinery, carpets, etc.; subscription, 
$1.00 ; thirty pages up, 2 col., 9^ inches. . Circ'n \i{ 

.See Adi't. Tage 82. 

DRY GOODS REVIEW, monthly; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toronto. 

FRANCISCAN REVIEW AND ST. ANTONY S RECORD, 
French, monthly ; Franciscan F"athers, publishers ; established 1905 ; 
religious, Franciscan ; 25th of month ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty- 
two pages, I col., 6^ inches. 

INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY AND STEAM NAVIGA- 
TION GUIDE, monthly; International Railway Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established i866 ; subscription $2.00 ; three hun- 
dred and eighteen pages, size 6x8. 

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE, monthly. See Journal 
d' .\frricnlttire et d' Horticulture. 

MAGAZINE OF INSURANCE AND EPITOME OF FI.\- 
ANCE, monthly ; F. D. Shallow, publisher, 107 St. James St. ; 
established 1905 ; insurance and finance ; subscription $2.00 ; twen- 
ty-four pages, size 8^ x ir. 

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MONTREAL MEDICAL JOURNAL, monthly; printed by 
Gazette Printinjf Co. for Montreal Medical Journal Co., publishers; 
established 1868 ; medical ; ist week of month ; subscription $3.00 ; 
eig-hty to one-hundred and twenty pag-es, 1 col., 7 inches. Circ'n 1^ 

MONTREAL PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, monthly; 
Henry Miles, publisher ; established 1890 ; druggists and doctors ; 
10th of month; subscription $1.00; thirty-two pages, 2 col., 8^ 
inches. Circ'n 1}^ 

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE JOURNAL, monthly ; Presby- 
terian College, publishers ; established 1880 ; collegiate ; subscrip- 
tion Si. 00; eighty pages, size 7 x 10. Issued only from Nov. to 
April inclusive. 

PRESBYTERIAN RECORD, monthly; Rev. E. Scott, D.D., 
editor, The Presbyterian Church in Canada, publishers, Y.M.C.A. 
Bldg ; established 1876 ; Presbyterian ; subscription 75 cents ; forty- 
eight pages, 2 col., "j^ inches. Circ'n 59^ 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, monthly; MacLean Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers, Victoria Chambers. See Toi'onto. 

RETAIL MERCHANTS' JOURNAL, monthly; published in 
English and French ; Retail Merchants' Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1896 ; organ of Retail Merchants' Asso. ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; twenty-four pages, 2 and 3 col., 9^2 inches. Circ'n 4^ 

SENTINEL OF THE B. S., monthly; Fathers of Blessed 
Sacrament, publishers; established 1898 ; religious, Roman Catholic; 
20th of month ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, i col., 5^ 
inches. 

Also publish Annates des Pretres Adorateurs, Bulletin Eucharis- 
tique and Lc Petit Messager du Tres St. Sacrement. 

TRADER AND CANADIAN JEWELER, monthly; H. Gag- 
nier, Ltd. , publishers ; Board of Trade Bldg. See Toronto. 

UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE, month'y ; Macmillan Company 
of Canada, Toronto, publishers. Dr. Andrew Macphail, Montreal, 
editor ; established 1900 ; issued February, April, October and 
December; college; subscription $1.00; one hundred and ninety- 
four pages, 2 col., 8 inches. 

WHITE RIBBON BULLETI N, monthly ; Woman's Christian 
Temperance Union of Canada, publishers ; established 1906 ; tem- 
perance ; subscription 25 cents ; sixteen pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

WHITE RIBBON LEAFLET, monthly; Quebec Provmcial 
W.C.T. U., publishers ; established 1903 ; temperance ; subscription 
25 cents ; eight to twelve pages, 2 col., 6^ inches. 

WINE AND SPIRIT JOURNAL, monthly; H. Gagnier, Ltd., 
publishers ; Board of Trade Bldg-. See Toronto. 

L'AMI DES SOURDS-MUETS, French, monthly; S. Gir- 
oux, publisher ; established 1908 ; deaf and dumb ; ist of month ; 
subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, 2 col., S% inches. 

ANNALES DES PRETRES ADORATEURS, French, 
monthly ; Fathers of Blessed Sacrament, publishers ; established 
1898 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 25th of month ; subscription 50 
cents; thirty-two pages, i col., 5^4^ inches. 

Also publish Bulletin Eucharistique, Le Petit Messager du Tres 
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L' ARTISAN, French, monthly; La Societe des Artisans Canadien 
Francais, publishers ; established 1900 ; brotherhood ; 15th of month ; 
subscription 50 cents ; sixteen to thirty-two pages ; size 6^ x 10. 

Circ'n 34 

BULLETIN EUCHARISTIQUE. French, monthly; Fathers of 
Blessed Sacrament, publishers ; established 1895 ; religious, Roman 
Catholic ; loth of each month ; subscription 25 cents, thirty-two 
pages, I col., 5 inches. 

Also publish Annales des Pretres Adorateurs, Le Petit Messager 
du Tres St. Sacrement and Sentinel of the B. S. 

BULLETIN SANITAIRE, French, monthly; Conseil d'Hy- 
giene de la Province de Quebec, publishers ; established 1901 ; 
sanitary ; free distribution ; eight pages, 1 col., 6^ inches. 

JE DIS TOUT, French, monthly ; J. A. Godin, manager ; estab- 
lished 1909 ; illustrated, literary ; 15th of month ; subscription 50 
cents ; thirty-two pages up, size 5% ^ 8}4- 

LE JOURNAL D' AGRICULTURE ET D'HORTICUL- 
TURE, French, monthly; The Canada Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1878 ; farming and gardening ; 15th of month ; 
subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 4 col., 12 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n of French edition, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 

31st, 1908, 66,300 
Also publish same paper in English, on ist of month. 

Sworn Circ'n of English edition, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 

31, 1908, 6,500 
Also publish Le Canada. 

Advt. — The Journal of Agriculture and Horticulture : the official organ of the 
Council 0/ Agriculture of the Prxn'ince of Quebec : an English edition and a French 
edition — all advertisements appearing in both ; its sphere and influence is unap- 
proached by any other publication ; it affords the best medium for advertising the 
various requirements for the Farm and Farm House in the Province of Quebec. 
See Advt. Page 112. 

LE MESSAGER CANADIEN DU SACRECCEUR, French, 
monthly ; Society of Jesus, publishers, L. Hudon, S. J., editor, 
Rachel St. ; established 1892 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; sixty pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

See Can. Messenger of Sacred Heart, Montreal. 

LE PETIT MESSAGER DU TRES ST. SACREMENT, 

French, monthly ; Fathers of Blessed Sacrament, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1898 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 20th of each month ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, i col., 5^^ inches. 

Also publish Annales des Pretres Adorateurs, Bulletin Eucharis- 
tigue and Sentinel of the B. S. 

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. 

LES RAPPORTS JUDICIARES DE QUEBEC, French, 
monthly ; Eugene Globensky, publisher ; established 1892 ; judicial ; 
subscription $9.00. Also published in English. 

LA REVUE CANADIENNE, French, monthly ; La Compagnie 
de Publication de la Revue Canadienne, publishers ; established 
1864 ; literary, illustrated ; subscription $3.00 ; one hundred and ten 
pages, I col.,6X inches. Circ'n \}( 



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LA REVUE DE JURISPRUDENCE, French and English, 
monthly; Hon. Justice de Lorimier, editor, Wilson & Lafleur, pub- 
lishers, 17 and ig St. James St.; established 1895 ; legal ; subscrip- 
tion $5.00 ; forty-eight pages, size 6x9. 

Also publishes La Revue Legale. 

LA REVUE LEGALE, French and English, monthly; J. J. 
Beauchamp, Q.C., editor, Wilson & Lafleur, publishers, 17 and 19 St. 
James St. ; established 1869 ; legal ; subscription $5.00 ; forty-eight 
to sixty pages, size 6x9. 

Also publishes La Revue de Jurisprudence. 

LA REVUE POPULAIRE, French, monthly ; Poirier, Bessette 

& Cie, publishers; established 1907; literary; subscription $1.00; 
one hundred pages, 2 col., "]%, inches. 
Also publish Le Samedi. 

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 ; forty-eight pages, i col., 6 inches. 

LE SEMEUR, French, monthly; Association Catholique de la 
Jeunesse-Canadienne-Fran^aise, publishers ; established 1904 ; relig- 
ious, literary; ist of month ; subscription $1.00 ; forty pages, 2 col., 
6^4^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

LE STENOGRAPH E CAN ADI EN, French, monthly; Jas. C. 
La Rochelle, publisher ; established 1889 ; stenography; subscription 
$r.oo ; eight pages, size 6^ x 9. 

LA TEMPERANCE, French, monthly; Franciscan Fathers, 
publishers ; established 1906 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 20th of 
month ; subscription 25 cents ; twenty-four pages, i col., 6^ inches. 

L'UNION MEDICALE DU CANADA, French, monthly; T. 
Valiquette, publisher, 20 St. James St. ; J. A. LeSage, M.D., editor; 
established 1872 ; medical ; subscription $2.00 ; one hundred pages, 
I col., 8 inches. Circ'n ^ 

LIQUEURS ET TABACS, French, monthly; The Trades 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1902 ; wines, liquors, cigars 
and tobacco ; subscription $1.00 ; forty-six pages, 2 and 3 col., 9^ 
inches. • Circ'n % 

Also publish Le Prix Courant and Tissus et Nouveautes. 

TISSUS ET NOUVEAUTES, French, monthly; The Trades 
Publishing Co., publishers; established 1900; dry goods and novel- 
ties ; subscription $1.00; fifty-six pages, 2 and 3 col., 9^ inches. 

Also publish Liqueurs et Tabacs and Le Prix Courant. Circ'n 1^ 

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. 1,000, Co. Labelle, on Lake Nonfmingue, and 
on a branch line of the C. P. R. from St. Therese, 124 miles N.W. of 
Montreal, 60 miles N.W. of St. Agathe des Monts ; Tel., Ex., Bank * 

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at St. Jerome. Chief Industries : lumbering-, saw mills and tannery. 
The town contains a Catholic church, two convents, two schools, 
town hall and court house, house of refug-e and four hotels. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers. are published : L' An- 
nunciation, Labelle, St. Jovite, St. Agathe and La Conception. 

LE PIONNIER (Ami du Colon), weekly; J. M. Am^d^e Den- 
ault, L. L. B., editor. La Co-operative de Pub. des Laurentides, pub- 
lisher ; established 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
Si. 00; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 1 )^ 

ORMSTOWN, pop. 1,025, Co. Chateauguay, on the Chateaugfuay 
River, and on G.T.R., 47/^ miles from Montreal ; Tel.,T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : terra cotta and brick making, saw, grist and 
carding- mills, sash, door and cheese factories, dairying- and farming-. 
The villag-e contains five churches, five hotels and twelve stores. 
Surrounding^ towns and viUag-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 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n i 

QUEBEC, pop. 80,000, Co. Quebec, is situated on the left bank of the 
# River St. Lawrence at Point des Monts, and on C. P. R., G. T. R., 
I.C.R., Quebec Central, Can. Nor. Quebec and Lake St. John Rys., 
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. ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : ship building, manufacture of iron 
castings, machinery, cutlery, nails, cartridges and shells, leather, 
paper, church ornaments, boots and shoes, rope, tobacco and cigars, 
steel, rifles, corsets, cotton, furs, patent medicines and wine, and 
extensive shipping. Levis, immediately opposite, is connected by a 
ferry and 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 fortifica- 
tions, 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 picturesque situation be- 
tween the two rivers at the north-eastern extremity 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 table- 
land, is 333 feet 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 to 22 feet. Quebec is divided into 
two parts called Upper and Lower Towns. The Upper Town occu- 
pies the highest part of the promontory ; a small part of it is sur- 
rounded with walls, and otherwise fortified. The ancient citadel, 
which crowns the summit of Cape Diamond, covers, with its numer- 
ous works, an area of 40 acres, and frotn 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 
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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 command- 
ing' 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 P'rench com- 
manders 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 monu- 
ment presented by Prince Napoleon Bonaparte in 1855, commemor-* 
ating a fierce struggle which took place here in 1760 between the 
British and French troops. Among the public buildings of Quebec 
may be mentioned the new Parliament Buildings ; Drill Hall ; the 
Roman Catholic Cathedral, with a seating capacity of 4,000 persons, 
and covering with the university attached an area of eight acres ; 
the English Cathedral, surmounted by a lofty spire, both occupying 
elevated positions in the Upper Town, the Chateau Frontenac, 
Bishop's Palace and French Basilica. There are numerous churches 
in Quebec and one synagogue. The educational institutions com- 
prise three Roman Catholic Colleges, 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 ; Laval, Normal and Model 
schools ; Girls' High school ; the Quebec High school, and a 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 eighty or ninety folios, and 
a large collection of historical manuscripts ; 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 JeflFery Hale Hospital, General Hospital, Finlay Asylum, . 
Church of England Women's Home, Female Orphan Asylum, and 
the Lunatic Asylum at Beauport. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : New Liverpool, Beauport, Isle of 
Orleans, Sillery, St. Anne de Beaupre, Hedleyville, Portneuf, Lor- 
ette, Montmorency Falls, Indian Lorette, 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 pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 8,982 

WEEKLY (Gazette); established I'jG^; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00; eight to ten pages, 7 col., 21 )4 inches. See Advt. Page 28. 

TELEGRAPH, every evening except Sunday ; Frank Carrel, 
editor and publisher ; established 1874 ; independent ; subscription 
$3.00; eight to fourteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 8^ 

Advt. — The Quebec Daily Telegraph is the best paper in Quebec to reach the 
buyers. It is the otily eve>ii}ig paper that proves its circulation. What other paper 
has this showing? The Telegraph launched the Quebec Tercentenary idea. See 
Advt. Page 49. 

L' ACTION SOCIAL, French, every evening except Sunday ; 
L'Action Sociale, Ltee, publishers ; established 1907 ; independent, 
organ of L'Action Sociale Catholique ; subscription $3.00 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 7 col., 2i|^ inches. i- 

WEEKLY, established 1908; Saturday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

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L'EVENEMENT, French, every evening except Sunday ; La 
Cie de I'Evenement, publishers; established 1867; conservative; 
subscription $3.00; four to eigfht pages, 7 col., 19)^ inches. Circ'n io}4 

WEEKLY, established 1872 ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to twelve pages, 7 col., igl4 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

Also publish Montmagny Le Peuple. 

Advt. — L' Evenement is the oldest French paper in Qttebec City. Its three Daily 
editions cover the city and surrounding totttis, while the tVeeklv edition goes to 
farmers in Central and Eastern Quebec Province. To reach the French people, use 
ISEvenement. See Advt. Page Sg. 

LE SOLEIL, French, every evening except Sunday; Le Soleil 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1880 ; liberal ; subscription 
$3.00; eight to twenty pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 15 

WEEKLY, established i88o ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21^2 inches. See Advt. Page 44. Circ'n 2^ 

LA VIGIE, French, semi-weekly; La Cie Vigie, publishers; 
established 1906 ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 ^ inches. 

LA GAZETTE OFFICIELLE, weekly; Government of Quebec, 
publishers, Chas. Pageau, King's printer ; Saturday ; thirty to sixty 
pages, 2 col., 9^ inches. Does not insert advertisements, 

LA LIBRE PAROLE, French, weekly; Rene Leduc, editor and 
publisher ; established 1905 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscrtption 
$1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. See Advt. Page 114. Circ'n 2}i 

LE PETIT QUEBECOIS, French, weekly; Jules Bleury, busi- 
ness manager; established 1909; hnmorous ; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 3 and 4 col., 12 inches. 

LA SEMAINE COMMERCIALE, French, weekly; L. E. 
Thompson, publisher ; established 1894 ; commercial ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; thirty-six pages, size 8^ x 12^. Circ'n 2 

LA SEMAINE RELIGIEUSE DE QUEBEC, French, week- 
ly ; Franciscaines Missionnaires, publishers, L'Abbe V.-A. Huard, 
editor ; established 1888 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, i col., 6^ inches. 

LA VERITE, French, weekly; Paul Tardivel and Omer Heroux, 
editors and publishers ; established 1881 ; independent, literary ; 
Saturday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, size 12 x 18. Does not 
insert adi>erttsements, 

DIOCESAN GAZETTE, monthly; printed by The Telegraph; 
established 1894 ; religious, Ch. of England; subscription 25 cents ; 16 
pages, size gx6. 

EDUCATIONAL RECORD, monthly; published for the Edu- 
cational Department by Chronicle Printing Co.; established 1881 ; 
educational ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, size 6x9. 

L'ENSEIGNEMENT PRIMAIRE, French, monthly; C. J. 
Magnan, editor and publisher ; established 1879 ; educational. Ca- 
tholic ; 1st of each month; subscription $1.25; sixty-four pages, 
I col., 'j^/'z inches. 

LES FLEURS DE LA CHARITE, French, monthly; Rev. 
.-\. Nunesvais, publisher; established 1896; religious, educational and 
literary ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two pages, 1 col., 6^ inches. 

LE NATURALISTE CANADIEN. French, monthly; L'Abbe 
V.-A. Huard, editor ; established 1868 ; scientific ; subscription $1.00 ; 
sixteen to twenty pages, i col., 6 inches. 



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LA REVUE FRANCO-AMERICAINE, French, monthly; 
Laflamme & Lefebvre, publishers ; established 1908 ; literary ; one 
hundred pages, 1 wide col., 6^ inches. 

QUYON, pop. 682, Co. Pontiac, on the Ottawa River and on the 
C. P. R., 35 miles W. of Ottawa ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries: 
saw and planing mills. The town contains, besides its stores, etc., 
three churches, four hotels and school. Surrounding- towns and 
villages where no papers are published: Bryson, Wyman, Bristol, 
McKee, Chapeau and Portage du Fort. 

ADVANCE, weekly; W. H. Meredith, publisher; 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 : lumbering, asbestos mining and 
farming. Nearly nine-tenths of the world's output of asbestos comes 
from the mines in this district. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Thetford Mines, Inverness, Robert- 
son Mines, Black Lake, East Broughton, Leeds Village, St. Fer- 
dinand and Somerset. 

MEGANTIC GAZETTE, weekly ; H. A. Dickson, publisher; 
established 1899; conservative; Thursday; subscription 75 cents; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. See Adi-l. Page 96. Circ'n i |i 

RICHMOND, pop. 2,750, Co. Richmond, on right bank of River St. 
# Francis, and on the G. T. R. , 761^ miles E. of Montreal and 24 miles 
N.W. of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries; last 
factory, foundry, mining, saw and grist mills, sash and door fac- 
tories and G.T. R. shops. The town contains five churches, schools, 
county buildings, good stores and four hotels. A bridge spans the 
St. Francis and connects this town with Melbourne. It has good 
educational advantages : the St. Francis College, ladies' model 
school, convent, public and separate schools, also four churches, 
town hall and three hotels. 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 1857; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 1-934^ inches. 

NEWS, AND RICHMOND CO. ADVOCATE, weekly; E. R. 
Smith & Son, publishers ; established 1896 ; F'riday ; subscription 
$r.oo ; twelve pages, 7 col., 1\%, inches. See St .'Johns Nezvs. 

See Advt. Page 35. 

TIMES, AND COUNTY RECORD, weekly; A. L, Lance and 
J. P. Smith, editors and publishers; established 1878; liberal; Friday; 
subscription $1.00.; eight pages, 6 col., 1934 inches. 

Issue also Danville Times and Windsor Mills Times. 

RIGAUD, pop. 1, 000, Co. Vaudreuil, on River Ottawa, Rigaud River 
and C. P. R., 41 miles W. of Montreal, 75 miles E. of Ottawa ; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: farming, saw and flour mills. The 
town contains, besides school, churches and stores, the famous 
Shrine of Lourdes on Rigaud Mt. , near by, and the " Field of 
Stones." Has waterworks and electric power and light systems. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Carillon, Pt. Fortune, Mt. Oscar, St. Andrews and Hudson. 

L'ECHO DE VAUDREUIL, French, weekly; Echo de Vaud- 
reuil Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1907 ; liberal ; PViday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; ten pages up, 7 col. ,21^ inches. 



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RIMOUSKI, pop. 3,700, Co. Riinouski, on the south shore of the St. 
*= Lawrence and on the I. C. R., 180 miles N.E. of Quebec ; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : saw and shingfle mills, pulp and 
paper mills. The town contains, besides the county buildings, a 
Roman Catholic cathedral, a seminary and three convents. It has 
a fine harbop, and during' the season of river navigation the Royal 
Mail Steamships stop here to receive and land the European mails. 
Steamboat connection with the important points on the North Shore. 
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 to eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. Circ'n \% 

See Adi't. Page 63. 

LE M ESSAGER DE STE-ANNE DE LA POINTE-AU-PERE, 
French, monthly ; Seminary of Rimouski, publishers ; established 
1881 ; religious; subscription 25 cents; thirty-two pages, i wide col., 
6^ inches. 

RIVIERE DU LOUP, pop. 5,000, Co. Temiscouata, on the south 
shore of St. Lawrence River and on the I. C. R. and Temiscouata 
Ry., 116 miles below Quebec; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : foundries, tanneries and planing mill. The town contains, 
besides its stores and mills, four churches, convent, boys' college, 
hospital and several hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Cacouna and Trois- Pistoles. 

LE ST. LAURENT, French, weekly; S. J. Frenette, pub- 
lisher; established 1894; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
six pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n i^ 

ROBERVAL, pop. 4,500, Co. Chicoutimi, on Lake St. John, the 
# terminus of Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. , 56 miles W. of Chicouti- 
mi, 180 miles X.W. of Quebec ; Tel., Ex., Bank. The town contains 
a court house, town hall, college and monastery of the Ursulines. 
Roberval is the centre of the Lake St John Valley, with its great 
lumbering and pulp wood industries. A popular summer resort. 

LAC ST. JEAN, French, weekly; La Cie d'Imprimerie de 
Roberval, publishers ; established 1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 1^ 

ROCK ISLAND, pop. i,ooo, Co. Stanstead, is the central and busi- 
ness portion of the " Three Villages," pop. 2,100, Rock Island and 
Stanstead Plain, Que., and Derby Line, Vt., geographically and 
commercially one, on the Boston & Maine Ry. , 9 miles from New- 
port, Vt., and 35 miles S. W. of Sherbrooke, Que. ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming, machinists' tool works, whip fac- 
tory, four overall factories, suspender, blanket, shirt and ladies' skirt 
and petticoat factories. The " Three Villages " contain five churches, 
Methodist college, public schools and four hotels. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Beebe Plain, 
Fitch Bay, Georgeville, Barnston, Way's Mills, Ayer's Cliff, Massa- 
wippi and Hatley. 

STANSTEAD JOURNAL, weekly ; Journal Printing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1845 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE, pop. 2,500, Co. Montmorency, on 
Quebec, Montmorency & Charlevoix Ry. , 20 miles below Quebec; 
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relig-tous pilgrimag-es are made to this place throug-hout the year. 
The town contains seventeen hotels, district boarding and day 
schools, a number of stores and has good waterworks and wharfage. 

ANNALES OF ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE, French and 
English, monthly ; Redemptorist Fathers, publishers ; established 
1873 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty- 
two pages, I col., 6% inches. 

STE. ANNE DE RISTIGOUCHE, Co. Bonaventure, at the 
head of Chaleur Bay, opposite Campbellton, N.B., on the A. and 
L. S. Ry. ; Tel., Ex. It is chiefly a Micmac Indian village, and 
contains a church, monastery, three schools, town halls and fine 
wharves. Chief Industries : farming, lumbering and Indian fancy 
work. 

MICMAC MESSENGER, Micmac Indian, monthly; Rev. S. 
Pacifique, publisher ; established 1908 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; 
first of month ; subscription 50 cents ; four to eight pages, 2 col. , 
8^ inches. 

ST. HYACINTHE, pop. 10,000, Co. St. Hyacinthe, on the River Ya- 

* maska and on G. T. R., C. P. R., I. C. R. and Quebec, Montreal & 
Southern Ry. , 35/^ miles E.N. E. of Montreal ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : grist, woollen and carding mills, shoe factories, 
knitting mills, tanneries and foundries, furniture, cigar and carriage 
factories, mill machinery, sash and door factories, farming" and 
dairying. The city contains Roman Catholic Cathedral, Bishop's 
Palace, and two Protestant churches, college, academies, convents, 
city hall, hospitals, court house and fire station ; is lighted by electric 
light and gas and has good water power. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published ; 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. Hugues, 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 pages, 6 col., 
\S}i inches. Circ'n %_ 

WEEKLY, estabhshed 1873; Friday ; subscription 50 cents; eight 
pages, 6 col., 18^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

LE COURRIER DE ST. HYACINTHE, French, weekly; 
J. de L. Tache, editor and publisher; established 1852 ; conservative ; 
Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 1 ^ 

LA TRIBUNE, French, weekly; A. Denis, publisher; established 
1888; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 
See Adz't. Page 72. Circ'n 2^ 

L'ECHO, monthly; Societe de L' Union St. Joseph, publishers; 
established 1891 ; brotherhood ; 15th of month ; subscription 50 
cents ; four pages, 6 col., 18^ inches. 

ST. JEAN D'IBERVILLE, See St. Johns. 

ST. JEROME, pop. 4,650, Co. Terrebonne, on the North River, 

* C.P.R. and C.N.Q. Ry., 9 miles S.W. of New Glasgow, 12 miles 
N.E. of St. Scholastique, 12 miles N.W. of Ste. Theres^ and 33 
miles N.W. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
rubber factory, paper and pulp mills, grist and saw mills, farming 

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and dairying-. The town contains churches, convent, coUegfe and 
court house and has good water works and fire department : has an 
excellent peat bog ^ of a mile in area, in its vicinity. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : St. Therese, 
St. Janvier, Milles Isles, New Glasgow, St. Lin, St. Scholastique, 
St. Etienne, 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, 6 col., 22^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

LA NATION, French, weekly; St. Jerome Printing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1901 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 15^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

ST. JOHNS, pop. 6,300, Co. St. Johns, on Richelieu River, G.T.R., 
* C. P. R., C. V. Ry., D. & H. Ry., and Rutland Ry., 27 miles S.E. of 
Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : potteries and 
drain pipes, delf and tile works, silk mills, straw hat factory, felt hat 
factory. Singer sewing machine factory, vinegar factory, flour, saw 
and other mills and factories, farming and dairying. The town 
contains the county buildings, four churches, college, convent and 
hospital, high and public schools. A squadron of the Royal Cana- 
dian 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, Lacolle, Hemmingford and Clarenceville. 

NEWS, AND EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ADVOCATE, weekly; 
E. R. Smith & Son, editors and publishers; established 1848; liberal- 
conservative ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo; twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 6,456"*^ 

Issue also Bedford A^ezus, Ktioivlton Nerus, Magog A'ezfs, 
Huntingdon A^eics and Enterprise, Lachute Netvs and Richmond 
News, circulations of which are included in above rating. 

See Advt. Page 35. 

LE CANADA FRANCAIS, French, weekly; G. Marchand, 
publisher; established i860; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
ten pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,000 

See Adz't. Page 60. 

LE COURRIER, French, weekly; J. P. Dor^, editor, J. E. 
Molleur, proprietor ; established 1895 ; conservative ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 21% inches. Circ'n i 

CANADIAN HOME N EEDLEWORK, quarterly; Smith Pub- 
lishingCo. , publishers; established 1896; art needlework ; January, 
April, July and October ; subscription 50 cents ; ninety-eight pages, 
2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 6^' 

See Advt. Page 59. 

SHAWINIGAN FALLS, pop. 3,800, Co. St. Maurice, on St. Mau- 
rice River, St. Maurice Valley Ry. and C. N. Q. Ry., 21 miles N. of 
Three Rivers ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : electric 
power, aluminum, paper and pulp, manganese and carbide factories, 
planing mills, sash and door and tar paper factories. The town 
contains two churches, two schools, water works and fire depart- 
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electricity. The falls near the town are 165 feet high, can develop 
200,000 H. P. and are reached by electric cars. Surroundingf towns 
and villages where no papers are published : St. Boniface, Ste. 
Flore, Baie Shawinigan and Mont Carniel. 

L'INDUSTRIEL, French, weekly; Shawinigan Ptg. Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1902; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 6 col., 1934^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 54. 

SHAWVILLE, pop. 750, Co. Pontiac, on the C. P. R., 46 miles W. of 
Ottawa; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: sash and door 
factories, roller, woollen, saw and grist mills, brick yards, carriage 
factories, implement and general supply depots, farming and lumber- 
ing. The town contains four churches, three grain elevators, 
academy, masonic and orange halls. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Bristol Comers, Portage du 
Fort, Fort Coulonge, Bryson, Ladysmith, Otter Lake and Camp- 
bell's Bay. 

EQUITY, weekly ; John A. Cowan, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1883 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n i 

SHERBROOKE, pop. 15,000, Co. Sherbrooke, on Magog and St. 

* Francis River, G.T. R., Q. C. R., C. P. R. and B. & M. R., loi miles 
E. of Montreal, 120 miles S. S.W. of Quebec, and 196 miles N. N. VV. 
of Portland; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: woollen, cot- 
ton, carding, flour and saw mills, iron and brass foundries, machine 
shops, agricultural implement works, bobbin and spool, sash and 
door factories, dairying and farming. The city contains nine 
churches, two hospitals, twelve schools, fifteen hotels, about two 
hundred stores and the county buildings. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Lennoxville, Waterville, 
Hatley, Robinson, Sawyerville, Marbleton, Brompton Falls, Hunt- 
ingville, Weedon, Scotstown, Beebe Plain and East Argus. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday ; Daily News Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1908 ; independent ; subscription $2.00 ; six 
pages, 6 col., 20^ inches. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday; Sherbrooke Record 
Co., publishers ; established 1897; independent; subscription $2.00; 
six to eight pages, 6 col., 20.^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 8,223'A" 

Ad-vt. — The Sherbrooke Daily Record coi'ers the Eriglish niral districts of Quebec 
Province more thoroughly than any other paper published. It is an up-to-date small 
city daily, covering the local nevis of every tcnvn and village within sixty miles of 
Sherbrooke. It has over i6o correspondents. Circulation steadily gnyiving. Near- 
ly all "Records" go thrvugh the Post Office direct to subscribers. See Advt. Page 17. 

LE PROGRES DE L'EST, French, semi-weekly; L. A. Belan- 
ger, editor and publisher ; established 1883 ; liberal ; Tuesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.50; four pa|fes, 7 col., 21%" inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 100. 

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. 

OLJKEL, pop. 8,000, Co. Richelieu, on the River Richelieu, at its con- 

# fluence with Lake St. Peter, on G. T. R. and Quebec Southern Ry., 
45 miles N.E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks, Chief Industries : 
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agricultural implement works, ship buildings, furniture factories and 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Yamaska, St. Francois, Pierreville, St. Ours, St. Aime, St. 
Guillaume, St. Joseph, Ste. Victoire, St. Robert, St. Roch and 
Drummondville. 

LE COURRIER DE SOREL, French, weekly; Chenevert & 
Co., publishers ; established 1900 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.50; four pag-es, size 15 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

Also publish Gazette. 

LE SORELOIS, French, weekly ; Richelieu Printing Co., pub- 
lishers, W. G. M. Morgan, manager ; established 1879 ; conserva- 
tive ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Also publish A^ezvs. Circ'n 3^4^ 

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 legal advertise- 
ments are to be inserted ; subscription 75 cents ; four pages. 

I HREE RIVERS, pop. 12,730, Co. Three Rivers, on the St. Maurice 
# and St. Lawrence Rivers and C. P. R., 72 miles S, W. of Quebec, 92 
miles N. E. of Montreal; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
lumbering, marble works, sash and door factory, foundries, snow- 
shoe factory, shoe, carriage and wagon factories, engine and 
machine shops, cotton mill and mixed farming. The city contains 
five churches, colleges, convents and public and high schools, hos- 
pital, six churches, and is lighted by gas and electricity. It is the 
centre of a fine farming and cattle grazing country, has a fine 
harbor with over a mile of docks, and is 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, Vamachiche and St. Barnabe. 

• LE NOUVEAU TROIS-RIVIERES, French, weekly ; J. B. 
Meilleur Barthe, publisher ; established 1908 ; independent ; Tues- 
day; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^4;^ inches. Circ'n ^ 
See Advt. Page 104. 

VALLEYFIELD, pop. 10,500, Co. Beauharnois, near the head of 
Beauhamois Canal, on G. T. R. and X. Y. C. Ry., 35 miles S.W. of 
Montreal, 85 miles S. E. of Ottawa, and 6 miles from Coteau Land- 
ing ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : cotton and grist mills, 
machine shops, sash and door factories, canning factories and farm- 
ing. The Montreal Cotton Co. employs over 2,800 people, and its 
payroll in Yalleyfield 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. 

LE PROGRES, French, weekly; C. T. Verner, editor and pub- 
lisher; established 1878; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six 
pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i 

VICTORIAVILLE, pop. 3,000, Co. Arthabaska, on Nicolet River 
and G.T. R., 36 miles S. E. of Three Rivers and 60 miles S.W. 
of Quebec, the capital of the Province ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Banks. 



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Chief Industries : furniture, chair, iron bedstead, cheese and cheese 
box factories, saw, planing' and grist mills, clothing manufacturing 
and farming. The town contains a church, three schools, convent, 
monastery and college. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published ; Aston, Becancour, St. Gregoire, Gentilly, 
St. Monique, Warwick, Plessissville and Tingwick. 

L'ECHO DES BOIS-FRANCS, French, weekly; AugTiste 
Bourbeau, publisher ; established 1893 ; conservative ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i}^ 

WATERLOO, pop. 2,000, Co. Shefford, on the C.V.Ry. and C.P.R., 
* 60 miles S.E. of Montreal, 38 miles W. of Sherbrooke, 12 miles S.E. 
of Granby ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: foundry, fur- 
niture factory, carriage factories, toy and chain factories, machine 
shop, grist and saw mills and farming. The town contains five 
churches, high school, convent and college, public library, opera 
house, four hotels and about twenty-five stores. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : West Shefibrd, Acton- 
vale, Warden, Bonsecour, Foster, Lawrenceville, South Stukely, 
Eastman, Fulford, Roxton Falls and Roxton Pond. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Charles H. Parmelee, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1856; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 8 col., 23 inches. Circ'n i}4 

JOURNAL DE WATERLOO, PVench, weekly; J. A. Chagnon, 
editor and publisher ; established 1882 ; conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 2j)4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Vv ESTIvlOUNT, pop. 14,000, Co. Hochelaga ; adjoins the city of 
Montreal at its western boundary ; assessed value $18,000,000. West- 
mount is a city of homes. It occupies an ideal site on a plateau 
and commands a charming outlook. Westmount has natural drain- 
age, unexcelled facilities for sports of all kinds, and a splendid 
electric car service brings the people in close touch with Montreal. 

N EWS, weekly ; S. Groves & Son, publishers ; established 1907 ; 
independent ; Saturday ; subscription by mail, $1.00 ; four pages, 
8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n ^ 

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 
N. of Sherbrooke ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: a large 
paper mill, a powder factory, grist and saw mills, farming and 
dairying. The town contains besides its mills and stores, etc., four 
churches and a school, and has unrivalled water power privileges. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published ; 
Kingsbury and Bromptonville. 

TIMES, weekly; A. L. Lance and J. P. Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers ; established 1878 ; liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. See Richmond Times. 



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PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



In bare outline of fact New Brunswick may be described as the largest 
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 great 
industries of the Province. The estimated forest area of the province is 
7,500,000 acres, and thousands of men find employment in various branches 
of the lumber industry. Upwards of 250,000,000 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 and Bay 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 agricultural methods. In 1907 there were 1,087,626 acres in 
crop, an increase of 20% over 1901. Dairying, too, is a very important 
industry. Deposits of coal, iron, copper, gold, galena, albertite, salt and 
grindstones, 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 navigable for over 200 miles, with the 
splendid harbor of St. John — a winter port — at its mouth. Other rivers 
which may be mentioned are the Miramichi, the Nepi.siguit and the Resti- 
gouche. The Intercolonial and the Canadian Pacific Railways both trav- 
erse the Province, with a number of branch lines. During the school year 
1906-7 there were 1813 public schools in New Brunswick. The teachers 
numbered 1894, and the pupils 66,422. At the Normal School the enroll- 
ment was 384. 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. Fred- 
ericton is the Provincial Capital, and is the seat of the Normal School as 
well as of the University of New Brunswick. The Province is represented 
in the Dominion Parliament by nine Senators and thirteen Commoners. 
The Provincial Legislature is made up of 46 members. There are three 
cities in the province — St. John, Fredericton and Moncton — and many 
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CAMPBELLTON, pop. 4,000, Co. Restigouche, on the Restigouche 

# River and I. C. R., 12 miles W. of Dalhousie ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : lumbering, saw, shingle and grist mills, machine 
shop and fisheries, sash and door factories. 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 where no papfers are published : Metapedia, Shannonvale, 
Dalhousie, Dalhousie 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 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., ig^y^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 78. 

GRAPHIC, semi-weekly; Anslow Bros. Pub. Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1898 (as Eveiits) ; independent ; Tuesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.00; four and eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 75. Circ'n 2 

GHATHAM, pop. 5,000, Co. Northumberland, on the Miramichi River 
and I. C. R., 5 miles E. of Newcastle ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : engine, boiler and machine works, foundries, fishing, 
sash, door and carriage factories, saw, shingle, planing and pulp 
mills, farming and lumbering. The town contains a Roman Catholic 
cathedral and four churches, girls' boarding academy, 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 : Bathurst, Doug- 
lastown, Loggieville, Nelson, Bale du Vin, Bartibogue, Neguac 
and Tracadie. 

WORLD, semi-weekly ; J. L. Stewart, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1882; conservative; Wednesday and Saturday; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21 j^ inches. Circ'n %, 

WEEKLY, established 1882; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 8 col., 25 inches. Circ'n \% 

COM M E RCI AL, weekly ; J. Fred Benson, editor and publisher ; 
established 1898; liberal; Tuesdaj' ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19,^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,818 

See Advt. Page 122. 

EDMUNDSTON, pop. 1,500, Co. Madawaska, on St. John and • 

# Madawaska Rivers, Edmundston Section of Atlantic Div. C. P. R., 
and Temiscouata Ry., 112 miles N.W. of Woodstock; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering, fruit growing and agri- 
culture. The town has several stores, hotels, three churches, public 
school, private school, convent, town hall and opera house. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Ft, 
Kent, St. Hilaire, St. Jacques, Green River, Quisibis and St. Leo- 
nards. 

TIMES-GAZETTE, bi-weekly; McMartin & Jones, publishers; 
established 1903; independent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 13 x 20. 

FREDERICTON, pop. 7,200, Co. York, on the left bank of St. John 

# River, and on the Intercolonial Ry. and C. P. R., 90 miles N. of 
St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: canneries, tan* 

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neries, broom, boot and shoe, wooden ware and other factories, 
foundry and machine shops, lumbering' and farming. The town 
contains eig'ht churches, private, public and provincial normal schools, 
city hall, university, Provincial Government building's, military school, 
hospital, etc. It has fine streets, lighted with electricity and gas, 
water works and fire department, and has good steamboat connec- 
tions. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Marysville, St. Mary, 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, 6 col., 20)^ 
inches. Circ'n 2 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1882 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 20^ inches. 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, 6 col., 19X inches. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY, established 1889; Tuesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Adi'l. Page 54. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly; R, W. L. Tibbetts, editor ; official 
announcements of the provincial government ; Wednesday ; four to • 
eight pages, 2 col., 10^ inches. 

Inserts only Government advertisements. 

BUTLER'S JOURNAL, monthly; Martin Butler, editor and 
publisher ; established 1890 ; social-democratic ; second Saturday in 
each month ; subscription 35 cents ; eight pages, size 11^ x 15/^. 

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 
7x10. 

HlLLSBORO, pop. 1,200, Co. Albert, on the Petitcodiac River and 
S. & H. Ry., 12 miles S.E. of Moncton ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Indus- 
tries : plaster mills, wood working factory, carriage factory, flour 
mills, lumbering, farming and railway machine shop. The town 
contains, besides stores, four churches, public school and library, 
music hall, custom house and two hotels. Extensive gypsum mines, 
having an annual output of 120,000 tons, are worked in the neigh- 
bourhood. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Hopewell Cape, Albert Mines, Hopewell Hill, Point 
Wolfe, Albert, Harvey, Waterside, Alma, Elgin and Riverside. 

ALBERT JOURNAL, weekly; The Tribune Ptg. Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1902; independent-liberal ; Wednesday; sub- 
scription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

MONCTON pop. 1 1,000, Co. Westmoreland, on the Petitcodiac River 
and I.C.R., G.T.P.Ry., and the M. & B. Ry., 89 miles N.E. of St. 
John, 180 miles N. of Halifax ; Tel.,T., Ex., Banks. Head of nav- 
igation 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, largest stove foundry in 
the Maritime Provinces, railway shops and farming, fishing and lum- 
bering. The city contains the headquarters of the I.C. and M. & 
B. Rys. , the former having extensive shops here. It is also the east- 
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in cash amount to $1,750,000. Moncton is. a port of entry, and the 
river is navigfable for all vessels at high tide. It has eleven 
churches and three larg^e central schools with a total of 1,800 pupils. 
Surrounding^ towns and villagfes where no papers are published : 
Salisbury, Havelock, Elgin, Buctouche, Petitcodiac, Hopewell, Dor- 
chester and Memramcook. 

TIMES, every morning- except Sunday; Times Printing Co., 
Incorporated, publishers; established 1877; conservative; subscrip- 
tion $4.00; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,2&5if 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1901, succeeding weekly established 
1868; Wednesday and Saturday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 
col., 2014^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,234^ 

See Advt. Page 48. 

TRANSCRIPT, every evening except Sunday; John T. Hawke, 
editor and publisher ; established 1882; liberal; subscription $4.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1882 ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 j^ inches. Circ'n 2 

• See Adi't. Page 116. 

EASTERN LABOR NEWS, weekly; P. D. Ayer & Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1909 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

L'EVANGELINE, French; weekly; V. A. Landry, editor and 
publisher ; established 1887 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n 3 

NEWCASTLE, pop. 3,000, Co. Northumberland, on the Miramichi 

# River and I.C.R., 167 miles N. of St. John, 264 miles from Halifax ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumbering and fishing, 
saw, planing, pulp and grist mills and sash and door factory. The 
town contains six churches and five public schools, courthouse, jail, 
armory and opera house ; it is lighted by electricity, has sewage 
and water systems and does a large export trade in lumber. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Nelson, 
Douglastown, Millerton, Lower Newcastle, Indiantown, Blackville, 
Loggieville, Redbank and Bartibogue. 

NORTH SHORE LEADER, weekly; G. F. xMcWilliam, pub- 
lisher ; established 1906 ; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n i^ 

UNION ADVOCATE, weekly ; Advocate Pub. Co., publishers, 
Henry Harvey Stuart, editor, Wm. J. McNeil, manager; established 
1867 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 
col., i9>^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 76. 

PERTH-ANDOVER, pop. 800, Co. Victoria. Perth and Andover, 

* on opposite sides of the St. John River, connected by steel highway 
and railway bridges, form practically one town ; on C.P.R., 50 miles 
N. of Woodstock, 109 miles N.W. of Fredericton ; Tel., Ex., Bank., 
Chief Industries : lumbering and farming. Entry to one of the most 
famous hunting and fishing districts in the world. The village con- 
tains, besides stores, four churches, two schools, four hotels and has ^ 
excellent water supply, electric light and power plant. Surrounding 



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villag^es where no papers are published : Plaster Rock, Arthurette, 
Grand Falls, Aroostook Junction, Red Rapids and Kilburn. 

VICTORIA COUNTY NEWS, weekly; J. W. Correll, pub- 
lisher ; established 1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 
cents ; four pag^es, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 704'A' 

See Advl. Page 60. 

RICHIBUCTO, pop. 2,000, Co. Kent, on the Richibucto River 3 

# miles from harbor mouth, and on Kent Nor. Ry. , a branch of I.C.R., 
37 miles N. of Moncton ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : ship building-, 
lumbering', saw-mill, carriag^e factory, fishing and farming. The 
town contains four churches and a public school, public hall and five 
hotels, and has electric light. Surrounding towns and villag^es 
where no papers are published : Rexton, Buctouche, St. Louis, St. 
Mary's, Harcourt, Kent Junction, Motus River, Rogerville and 
Weldford. 

REVIEW, weekly; Review Publishing Co., publishers; W. D. 
Carter, editor, G. A. Hutchinson, business manager ; established 
1889; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circn ^ 

See Advt. Page 90. 

ST- ANDRtVvS, pop. 1,500, Co. Charlotte, on the Passamaquoddy 

# Bay and East side of Ste. Croix River, on the C. P, R. and N. B. R., 
55 miles W. of St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
fishing-, lumbering and farming. The town contains five churches 
and three public schools. It is a popular summer resort with daily 
steamboat connections with St. Stephen and all points in Maine. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Deer Island, 
Campobello, Calais, Bonny River, Waweig, Bartlett and Grand 
Manan. 

BEACON, weekly; R. E. Armstrong, editor and publisher ; 
established 1889; independent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, 8 col., 23^ inches. Circ'n i]^ 

See Advt. Page 32. 

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., Banks. Chief Industries : saw, grist, cotton and 
woollen mills, foundries, boiler and engine shops, shoe factories, 
wooden ware and tool factories, tanneries, carriage, soap, candle 
and box factories, furniture factories, ship building and fishing. 
The city contains forty churches, high, public and private schools 
and business colleges, a large number of religious and charitable 
institutions and societies, two large and several smaller hospitals, 
asylum, free public library, large exhibition buildings and grounds, 
immigration buildings, public market building costing $130,000, two 
large grain elevators, extensive wharves and warehouses anil 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 2 1 feet at low water. The waters of the har- 
bour at high tide are 1 2 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 



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abounding; in agricultural resources, minerals and valuable timbe'-. 
Its admirable position at the mouth of one of the largest rivers m 
America, with a harbor open during' the entire year, and regfular 
steamboat connections with all parts of the province and of the 
United States, and with a system of railroads running- in all direc- 
tions, with extensive maritime and manufacturing- interests, insure 
its rank as a city of g-reat commercial wealth and importance. It is 
lig-hted 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 ; St. John Globe Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1858 ; liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

WEEKLY, established 1861 ; two sections, Wednesday and Satur- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n ^ 

Advt. — For^i yearsthe Globe has been the leading evening neivspaper in St. John. 
It gets higher rates for local business than any other paper, and is considered by 
shrev)d advertisers the best advertisittg medium in St. John. St. John has a pof>- 
iilatioti of over 45,000, and advertisers should include the Globe in their appropriation 
for this territory. See Advt. Page 41. 

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, 7 col., 
21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 7,021* 

WEEKLY {iVezvs), established 1878 ; Friday ; subscription 75 cents ; 
twelve pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n 3 

See Advt. Page 83. 

STAR (evening edition of .S'^^«), every evening except Sunday; 
established 1900 ; independent-liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, 7 col., 2ij4^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 5,796'Ar 

See Advt. Page 83. 

TELEGRAPH, every morning except Sunday ; Telegraph Pub. 
Co. of St. John, publishers; established 1869; independent; subscrip- 
tion $5.00 ; eight to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 7^4^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1862 ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2.1% inches. Circ'n 4^4 

Advt. — The Daily Telegi aph is the only two cent momi^ig paper in New Bruns- 
wick. It never cuts advertising or subscription rates. It carries more first class 
advertising than any other paper in the Mariti>ne Provinces. It reaches a desirable 
class of readers and tlwroughly covers the Province. See Advt. Page 120. 

TIMES, everv evening except Sunday ; St. John Times Printing 
and Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1904 ; indepen- 
dent ; subscription $3.00 ; eight-to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Circ'n 6^ 

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. Page 121. 

MARITIME BAPTIST, weekly; Meantime Baptist Publishing 
Co., publishers, E. M. Sipprell, managing director; established 1838; 
religious. Baptist ; Wednesda}' ; subscription $1.50 ; sixteen pages, 
4 col., 14 inches. Circ'n 5}^ 

MONITOR, weekly; T. O'Brien, publisher ; established 1899; 
liberal; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17)^ 
inches. . Circ'n i?^ 



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NEW FREEMAN, weekly; New Freeman Publishing- Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1903 ; independent, Roman Catholic ; Satur- 
day ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 40. 

EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, monthly; Geo. U. Hay, D. Sc, 
editor and publisher; established 1887; educational; ist of month; 
subscription $i.oo; twenty-eight to thirty-six pages, 2 col., 8^ 
inches. Circ'n 2 

ST. MARTINS, pop. 2,000, Co. St. John, on Bay of F"undy and 
Hampton & St. Martins Ry., 30 miles E. of St. John ; T., Ex. 
Chief Industries : lumbering, ship-building and fishing. The town 
is a popular summer resort, and has five churches, five schools and 
four hotels. 

NEW BRUNSWICKER, monthly ; W. E. Skillen, publisher ; 
established 1907 ; literary ; subscription $1.00; one hundred and four 
pages, size 7 x 10. 

ST. STEPHEN, pop. 2,680, Co. Charlotte, at the head of navigation 
on the Ste. Croix River, and on the C. P.R. and New Brunswick 
Southern Ry. , opposite Calais, Maine, and 85 miles W. of St. John; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : cotton mills, lumbering, 
edge tool and wood working factories, soap and confectionery 
factories and farming. The town contains five churches, nine public 
schools and hospital, and has good steamboat connection with 
surrounding ports. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Milltown, Upper Mills, Oak Bay, Moore's Mills, The 
Ledge, Campobello and Grand Manan. 

COURIER, weekly; St. Croix Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers, Geo. J. Clark, editor and manager; established 1865; 
independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. See Advt. Page 58. Circ'n 2J4 

SACK VILLE, pop. 4,000, Co. Westmoreland, on the I. C. R., 9 miles 
S.E. of Dorchester, the county seat, 35 miles S. E. of Moncton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : stove foundries, wood- 
working factory, stone quarries, harness, boot and shoe and paper 
box factories, lumbering and farming. 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, Dor- 
chester, Jolicure, Point de Bute, Cape Tormentine, Melrose, Port 
Elgin, Fort Lawrence, Bayfield and Memramcook. 

POST, semi-weekly; Post Printing Co., publishers; established 
i86g; independent-conservative; Tuesday and Friday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 17 inches. Circ'n ^ 

TRIBUNE, semi-weekly; Tribune Printing Co., Ltd., publishers. ■ 
C. C. .^vard, manager, H. F. S. Paisley, B.A., editor; established 
1902 ; independent-liberal ; Monday and Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n \% 

ARGOSY, monthly; Euhretorian Soc'y of Mt. Allison College, 
editors and publishers ; established 1875 ; college, issued Oct. to 
May; subscription $1.00; forty-four pages or more, i and 2 col., 6^ 
inches. 

ALLISONIA, 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, 2 col., 
lYi inches. 

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SHEDIAC, pop. 1,450, Co. Westmoreland, terminus of the P.E.I, and 
Canadian line of steamers, 15 miles N.E. of Moncton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries: saw and flour mills, boot and shoe fac- 
tories, lumbering- and farming. The town contains five churches, 
two public schools, and has a fair harbor. Surrounding- towns and 
villag-es 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 $1.50; eight pages, size 13^ x 20. Circ'n ^ 

SUSSEX, pop. 2,200, Co. King-s, on the I.C.R., 42 miles N.E. of St. 
John; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : lumberingf, dairying, 
and farming, refrigerator, tinware, and wood-working- machinery 
works, paper box making-, canning, pork packing, farm implement 
factories and furniture and carriage works. The town contains 
nine churches, two public schools, provincial dairy school, provin- 
cial militia drill grounds and county exhibition buildings. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Norton, 
Hampton, Rothesay, Chipman, Waterford, Petitcodiac, Elgin and 
Havelock. 

KINGS COUNTY RECORD, weekly ; Maritime Publishing 
Co., publishers, J. D. McKenna, editor ; established 1887'; indepen- 
dent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht pag-es, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,002-^ 

MARITIME FARMER, AND CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY- 
MAN, semi-monthly ; R. D, Robinson Publishers, Ltd., publishers; 
established 1896 ; agricultural ; subscription $1.00 ; twenty pages, 6 
col., 12 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,900-^ 

WOODSTOCK, pop. 4,000, Co. Carleton, on the St. John River 
# and Meduxuakik River, and on the C.P.R., 135 miles N.W. of St. 
John, 60 miles W. of Fredericton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief In- 
dustries : foundries, tanneries, furniture, sash and door factories, 
machine shops, carriage factory, pork packing, cheese and butter 
factories, woollen mills, grist, saw, shingle and flour mills, fruit- 
growing and farming. The town contains eight churches, schools, 
town hall, custom house, courthouse, jail, armory, hospital and has 
water works and sewers. It is the centre of one of the most 
picturesque and prosperous ag-ricultural sections of New Brunswick, 
the surrounding country presenting- a pleasing variety of landscape, 
with an abundance of larg-e orchards of apple and plum trees, ft is 
also an important manufacturing centre, with cheap electrical power. 
Copper and iron mines are worked near by, and much ore is shipped. 
The town has good fire department and is ligfhted by electricity. 

, Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Florenceville, DeBec, Bath, Bristol, Centreville, Richmond Corner, 
Hartland, Newburg, Hardscrabble, Benton, Meductic, Avondale, 
Waterville and Lakeville. 

CARLETON SENTINEL, weekly; Carleton Sentinel Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, N. Foster Thorne, managing- director ; 
established 1837; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; ten pag-es, 
6 col., 19%^ inches. See Advt. Page OfO. Circ'n i^ 

DISPATCH, weekly; Geo. Mitchell, publisher, for Estate of 
Chas. Appleby; established 1894; independent; Wednesday; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

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PRESS, weekly; Press Printing: Co., Ltd., publishers, J. P. 
Malaney, editor and manager; established 1880; conservative; 
Monday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19!^ inches. 

Circ'n 13 

KING'S HIGHWAY, semi-monthly; Reformed Baptist Church, 
publishers, Rev. S. A. Baker, editor ; established 1891 ; religious. 
Reformed Baptist; subscription $1.00; four pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

Does not insert advertisements . 

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST, semi-monthly; N. Foster Thorne, pub- 
lisher. Rev. Charles Oeser, editor ; established 1907 ; religious, 
organ of Primitive Baptists ; subscription 75 cents ; four pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. 



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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 as well — 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^eography 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 villagfes. 
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 largfe 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 long 
tons in 1886 to over 5,730,000 in 1907, valued at about $11,460,000 at the 
mines. The output of 1907 was 560,000 tons more than that of 1905, and the 
demand for it in Quebec and other provinces is steadily increasing. The 
coal mines give employment to 12,100 men. During 1907 the quantity of 
gold mined in the province amounted to 15,000 oz., worth $300,000. The 
product of the iron mines is also large, while the province is rich in gyp- 
sum, copper, building stone, and other minerals as yet but partially 
developed. The value of the fisheries averages $8,000,000, and the annual 
value of farm produce is estimated at $16,000,000. The estimated area of 
forest lands is 51803,350 acres, and the value of lumber cut in 1908 was 
$2,000,000. Among other products of the field. Nova Scotia has become 
famous for her apples, which are in great demand in England for their 
exceptionally fine flavour. In the last few years the production of apples 
has ranged from 400,000 barrels to 600,000 barrels ; the value of the 1908 
crop is estimated at $1,100,000, and new areas are each j'ear being plant- 
ed. The foreign trade for the fiscal year 1907-1908 was $32,651,651. In 
1906 Nova Scotia had 2,446 schools with 100,332 pupils. The province 
has four universities — Acadia University at Wolfville, Dalhousie College 
and University at Halifax, University of King's College at Windsor, Uni- 
versity of St. Francis Xavier's College at Antigonish — three colleges, a 
provincial normal school, an academy for the deaf, dumb and blind — the 
first in any British colony — a school of mining, horticulture and agriculture, 
and 18 county academies, besides high schools. Nova Scotia sends to the 
House of Commons 19 members, and to the Upper House K) senators ; its 
local legislature has 38 members in the Assembly and 21 in the Legislative . 
Council. Capital, Halifax. 

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AMHERST, pop. 8,000, Co. Cumberland, on the I.C.R., 138 miles 

# N.W. of Halifax, and 137 miles N.E. of St. John; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Surrounded by good 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,cofHn, carriage and trunk factories. The town con- 
tains seven churches and good public schools. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Joggins' Mines, Pug- 
wash, Wallace, Southampton, Athol, Chignecto Mines, River He- 
bert, Minudie, Maccan, Leicester, F'ort Lawrence, Westmoreland 
Point, Lornville, Amherst Shore, Northport, Linden, Port Howe, 
Hastings, Shulee, Sand River, Apple River, Dorchester and Port 
Elgin. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday; J. H. Froggatt, editor 
and proprietor ; established 1893 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n i 

SEMI-WEEKLY {iVezvs and Sentinel), established 1867 ; Tues- 
day and Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advl. Page 50. 

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, pop. 1,019, Co. Annapolis, at the mouth of 

# the Annapolis River, on the Bay of Fundy, at the head of deep water 
navigation, and on the D.A. Ry., 129 miles W. of Halifax, 63 miles 
S.E. of St. John ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : milling, 
lumbering, larrigan factory, brick yard, apple orchards, fishing and 
ship building. The town contains five churches, public schools, 
academy, public library, court house, opera house and five hotels. 
It is surrounded by a district famous for its apples. 200,000 barrels 
are grown in Annapolis County annually. The town was founded in 
1604 and is the oldest European settlement in America north of 
Florida. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Lequille, Port Lome, Clementsvale, New Albany, Hillsburg, 
Milford, Round Hill, Granville Ferry, Parker Cove and Clements 
Port. 

SPECTATOR, weekly ; T. M. Seeley, editor and publisher; es- 
tablished 1882 ; independent-conservative ; Wednesday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; four pages, 8 col., 24 inches. * Circ'n \% 

See Advl. Page 55. 

ANTIGONISH, pop. 2,000, Co. Antigonish, on Bay St. George and 

# I.C.R., 105 miles N.E. of Halifax. 90 miles W. of Sydney ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, cheese making, fishing, 
woollen, flour, saw and planing mills, and milk pasteurizing and 

, condensing factory. The town contains a cathedral, four churches, 
a convent, college, public schools and hospital and has splendid 
water system and electric lights. St. George's Bay, a fine inlet of 
the Gulf of St. Lawrence, on which the town lies, is navigable for 
vessels. Exports of cattle, sheep, pork, condensed milk and eggs 
very large, as many as 10,000,000 eggs being shipped annually, 
chiefly to the British market. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published: Mulgrave, Sherbrooke, Guysboro, Heather- 
ton, St. Andrew and Harbor au Bouche. 

CASKET, weekly; Casket Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1852 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^% 

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ARICHAT, pop. 1,200, Co. Richmond, on the Atlantic Coast, 145 
# miles N.E. of Halifax; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : fishing; 
and farming-. The town contains three churches, a public school 
and a convent school, also g-eneral stores and a lobster factory. 
Surrounding towns and villag-es where no papers are published : 
Port Hastings, Mabou, Lennox Ferry, West Arichat and Mulgrave. 

RrCH MONO COUNTY RECORD, weekly; Bertram Bourinot, 
editor and publisher ; established 1894 ; independent ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pag-es, 8 col., 2i|^ inches. Circ'n 1 }4 

Also publishes Ca?iso Times. 

BEAR RIVER, pop. 1,400, Co. Digby, very beautifully situated at 
the head of navigation of Bear River, on the Dom. Atlantic Ry., 
9 miles E. of Digby, i6 miles S.W. of Annapolis ; Tel., T. , Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : tannery, saw mills, grist mills, granite 
works, and farming. The town contains besides its stores, mills, 
etc., five churches, three hotels, public halls, a Salvation Army 
Barracks, several shipyards and a large academy. The town is 
situated in the cherry garden of Nova Scotia, and thousands of boxes 
are shipped annually. Surrounding towns and villages where no * 
papers are published: Lansdowne, Morganville, Clementsport, Cle- 
mentsvale. Smith's Cove, Brighton, Benton, and Marshalltown. 

N EWS, weekly ; Geo. I. Brooks, publisher ; established 1907 ; 
independent; Saturday; subscription 75 cents; four pages, 6 col., 
9^4^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 404"^ 

See Advt. Page e^2. 

BERWICK, pop. 850, Co. Kings, on Dominion Atlantic Ry., near 
Kentville, the County seat, 83 miles N. W. of Halifax; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: fruit growing and packing, vinegar 
and canning factories, saw and grist mills, greenhouses and farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Cambridge, Waterville, Harborville, Somerset, Aylesford, Kingston 
and Grafton. 

REGISTER, weekly ; John E. Woodworth, editor and publisher ; 
established 1891 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

BRIDGE I OWN, pop. 900, Co. Annapolis, on Annapolis River and 
D.A. Ry. and H. & S.-W. Ry., 75 miles S.E. of St. John, N.B., 
and 1 15 miles W. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
foundry, larrigan factory, marble works, ship yard, tannery, wood 
working, vinegar and barrel factories, brick yard, fruit growing, 
especially apples, and farming. The town contains five churches, 
public schools, court house, county asylum, county almshouse, and 
excellent stock yards. It is the head of navigation of the Annapolis 
Basin, and is surrounded by magnificent apple orchards. Surround- 
ing towns and villages w'here no papers are published : Tupperville, 
Clarence, Paradise, Lawrencetown, Round Hill, Dalhousie, Hampton 
and Port Lome. 

MONITOR AND ANNAPOLIS SENTINEL, weekly; M. K. 
Piper, editor and publisher ; established 1873 ; independent ; Wed- 
nesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 95. Circ'n i %, 

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BRIDGEVvAlER, pop. 3,937. Co. Lunenburg, on the La Have River 
and Halifax & Southwestern Ry. , 12 miles W. of Lunenburg', 70 
miles S.VV. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, 
planing', woollen and carding' mills, foundry, machine shops, tan- 
neries, carriage factory and farming. The town contains seven 
churches, public schools and an academy, and is headquarters of the 
Halifax & Southwestern Ry. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Lapland, Chelsea, Baker Settlement, Ru- 
dolfs Cove, Conquerall Bank, New Germany, Northfield and Cam- 
perdown. 

BULLETIN, weekly; C. J. Cragg & Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1890; conservative; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

CALEDONIA, pop. 1,070, Co. Queens, on the H. & S. W. Ry., 40 
miles S.E. of Annapolis, 38 miles N.E. of Shelbume, 30 miles N.W. 
of Liverpool, the county town ; Tel., T. , Ex. Chief Industries: pre- 
serving 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. It is the centre of an 
agricultural, apple growing and gold mining district. The town 
contains three churches, new graded school, fine hotels and a town 
hall. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Harmony Mills, Brookfield, Kempt, Northfield, Grafton, West- 
field, Pleasant River and Maitland. 

GOLD HUNTER, AND FARMERS' JOURNAL, weekly ; VV. 
H. Banks, editor and publisher ; established 1888 ; independent ; 
Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 8 col., 23 inches. Circ'n ^ 

OANSO, pop. 1,734, Co. Guysborough, at the entrance to Chedabucto 
Baj , 25 miles E. of Guysborough; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
try : fishing, canning and drying fish. 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 high schools, 
custom house, extensive cold storage warehouses and a lobster 
hatchery-. 

TIMES, weekly; B. Bourinot, publisher; established 1906; in- 
dependent; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 8 col., 21^ 
inches. 

Also publishes Arichat Record. 

OLARK'S HARBOR, pop. 2,500, Co. Shelbume, 20 miles S.W. of 
Shelbume on the southernmost point of Nova Scotia ; T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries: fishing, boat building and coastwise trading. The 
town contains three churches and an academy. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Barrington, Clyde 
River, Doctor's Cove, Lockeport, McGray, Port Clyde, Port La 
Tour, Wood's Harbor, Pubnico and Argyle. 

COAST GUARD, weekly; M. H. Nickerson, editor and pro- 
prietor ; established 1897 ; independent-liberal ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

DARTMOUTH, pop. 4,806, Co. Halifax, on Halifax Harbor opposite 
the city of Halifax, and on the I.C. R. branch line; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries: three saw mills, skate, rope, nail, soap 

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and sash factories, sugfar refinery, rolliiijf mills and boiler works. 
The town is connected with Halifax by ferry and contains, besides 
its stores, factories, etc., five churches and one hotel. Surrounding' 
villag'es where no papers are published : Middle and Upper Musquo- 
doboit. 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 

DIG BY, pop. 1,150, Co. Digby, on the Bay of Fundy, and on the 
# Dom. Atl. Ry., 140 miles W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : boat buildings and fisheries. The town contains 
several churches and public schools and a larg-e number of up- 
to-date summer hotels. It is famous for its herringf fisheries, beautiful 
scenery and yachting- facilities. It is well known as a summer resort 
and accommodates thousands of visitors every year. It has daily 
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 $[.00 ; four to six pages, 8 
col., 24 inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 72. 

RECORD, weekly ; J. T. McBride, publisher; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; four pages. 

QLACE BAY, pop. 16,000, 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. , T. , Ex. , Banks. It 
is the centre of the Dominion Coal Company's properties, in connec- 
'^ tion with which averag-e wages 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 churches, schools, St. Joseph's Hospital, theatres, three hotels, 
several g-eneral and other stores and is ligfhted by electricity. Sur- 
rounding towns and villagfes where no papers are published : Bridge- 
port, Dominion, Mira, Waterford, Louisburg, Morien Junction and 
Port Morien. 

GAZETTE, every evening except Sunday; The Gazette Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, J. Bryenton, manager; established 1904; 
independent ; subscription $3.00; eigfht pages, 7 col., 20 J^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag-e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,406'* 

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.R., and C.P.R. Twenty-four hours 
by rail from Montreal and Boston, 36 from New York and Toronto, 
and 48 hours from Chicago. Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : 
foundries, grist, saw and cotton mills, sugar refineries, spice mills, 
furniture factories, cordage 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. The city has 100 miles of streets, contains forty- 
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Canadian Presbyterian chartered collegfe, Halifax Ladies' colleg^e, 
convents, several academies, hig-h and public schools, court house, 
jail, public halls, 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 Canada and 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 guns, 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 anchorage. 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 electricity and gas. It has good water works, fine 
police force and fire department, and has steamship connections 
with all ports. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Bedford, Fairview, Rocking^ham, 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, 9 col., 26 j^ inches. Circ'n 2% 

TRI-WEEKLY, established 1813 ; Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 9 col., 26)^ inches. Circ'n % 

CHRONICLE, every morning except Sunday; Chronicle Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established i860 ; liberal ; subscription 
$5.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 7^4 

NOVA SCOTIAN {zueekly edition 0/ Chronicle),es\a.hVished 1824; 
Friday ; subscription 50 cents ; 12 pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i6 

ECHO {evening edition of Chronicle), every evening except 
Sunday ; established 1877 ! liberal ; subscription $5.00 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 7 col., 20 inches. . 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, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 7,449* 

Advt. — The Herald is the only paper East of Montreal carrying the Gold Marks 
distinction and on Printers' Ink Roll of Honor. We believe the Herald has the 
largest paid net circulatioti oj any morning paper east of Montreal, and the same 
flat ratejor the same service to everymte. 

HOMESTEAD, (weekly edition of Herald); established 1875; 
Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

MAIL {evening edition of Herald), every evening except Sun- 
day ; established 1878 ; independent-conservative ; subscription $5.00 ; 
ten to sixteen pages, 7 col. , 2 1 "2 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 7,658* 

Advt. — All advts. accepted on the condition that the net paid circulation 0/ The 
Mail exceeds the circulation of any other two evening two-cent papers in Canada 
within a radius of eight hundred miles of Halifax. 

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PRESBYTERIAN WITNESS, weekly; Presbyterian Witness 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1848; independent, relig-ious ; 
Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eigfht pagfes, 5 col., 17X inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 5,517* 

Advl. — The Presbyterian Witness, ivhile specially devoted to the interests of the 
Presbyterian Church in the Maritime Provinces, deals also ivith all questions "which 
come naturally under rei'ieiv in a first-class iveekly. Apart frotn its religious char- 
acter, therefore, it is much prized as a family i>aper, for its summary of ne^vs and 
for the high quality of its literary articles and editorials; and is read by many in 
other communions than thai ivhich it specially serves. It is regarded as one of the 
very best advertising mediums in Eastei n Canada. See Advt. Page too. 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly; established 1752; official orgfan of • 
Provincial Government, F. W. Smith, King's Printer ; Wednesday ; 
subcription Si. 50; twelve pages and upward, 3 col., 10^ inches. 

Usually inserts only Government advertisements. 

SPORTS, weekly; Sports Publishing Co., publishers, W. G. 
Rees, editor; established 1908; sporting news; Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; twelve pages, 4 col., 12^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 70. 

WESLEYAN, weekly ; Rev. D. W. Johnson, D.D., editor, F. W. 
Mosher, publisher ; established 1838 ; religious, Methodist ; Wed- 
nesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

MARITIME MERCHANT AND COMMERCIAL REVIEW, 

bi-vveekly ; Imperial Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 
1892 ; commercial ; every other Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
one hundred pages, 2 or 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 56. 

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, 5 col., 16 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,190'* 

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; established 1884; mining and industrial; 

subscription $1.00; thirty-two to sixty pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 
inches. Circ'n 2^ 

MARITIME MEDICALNEWS, monthly; Maritime Medical 
News Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1889; medicine and surgery; 
15th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; sixty pages, i or 2 col., 7^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, semi-yearly; King's Printer, 
publisher ; established 1866 ; educational ; free to trustees ; 104 
pages, size 6x9. Does not insert advertisements, 

HAN T SPORT, pop. 750, Co. Hants, on the Avon River and on the 
Windsor and Annapolis branch of the Dominion Atlantic Ry. , 7 miles 
N.W. of Windsor, 52 miles N.W. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief 
Industries : two machine factories, tannery, candy factory, basket 
and box factory, carding, grist and lumber mills, excellent freestone 
quarries, farming and fruit growing. The town contains four 
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where no papers are published : Cheverie, Kennetcook, Maitland, 
Newport Landing- and Walton. 

ADVANCE, weekly; G. W. Woodworth, publisher ; established 
1894; independent; Wednesday; subscription 50 cents ; four pages, 
7 col., 2ij^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,550 

INVERNESS, pop. 500, Co. Inverness, on Gulf of St. Lawrence and 
Inverness Ry., 20 miles N.E. of Port Hood ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : mining and fishing. Inverness is picturesquely situated 
on the west shore of Cape Breton Island . 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, 6 col., 20 inches. 

KEN T VILLE, pop. 2,500, Co. Kings, on the Cornwallis River and 

* Dominion Atlantic Ry., 71 miles N.W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : carriage and mill machinery factories, 
canning, fruit evaporating, farming, fishing and lumbering. The 
town contains five churches and good public schools, etc. Surround- 
ing villages where no papers are published : Canning, Aylesford, 
Kingston, Waterville, Grand Pre and Gaspereaux. 

ADVERTISER, semi-weekly (Tuesday edition called Acadian 
Orchardist) ; H. G. Harris, editor and publisher ; established 1882; 
independent ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 1714^ inches. Circ'n 2 

See Advt. Page 124. 

WESTERN CHRONICLE, weekly; Western Chronicle, pub- 
lishers ; established 1873 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 21I4 inches. Circ'n i 

LIVERPOOL, pop. 1,937, Co. Queens, at the mouth of River Mersey, 

* 80 miles S.W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
saw, grist and planing mills, tanneries, gold mining and fishing. 
The town contains six churches, acadehij- 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 towns 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 1898; liberal; 
Wednesday; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 8 col. , 24 inches. 

Circ'n i 
LUNENBURG, pop. 6,000, Co. Lunenburg, on Lunenburg Bay, 

* an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, and on the H. & S. W. Ry. , 45 miles 
S.W. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: shipbuild- 
ing, fisheries and fish factories, and West Indies trade. The town 
contains six churches, academy and public schools, a marine hos- 
pital, the county buildings, etc. Lunenburg owns a large fishing 
fleet of 150 vessels, employing about 2,700 men, the average ann\ial 
catch being 160,000 quintals of dry fish. It does a large trade with 
the West Indies and the United States. Surrounding towns and vil- 

. lages where no papers are published : New Cornwall, Block House, 
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NEWS) every evening^ except Sunday; The News Company 
Limited, publishers; established 1899; independent; subscription 
$1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

WEEKLY, established 1909 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

PROGRESS-ENTERPRISE, weekly; Progress-Enterprise 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1862; liberal; Wednesday; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2}4 

See Advt. Page 1 1 9. 

MIDDLETON, pop. 900, Co. Annapolis, on Annapolis River, at 
junction of H. & S.W. Ry. and D. A. Ry., midway between Halifax 
and Yarmouth, 28 miles N. E. of Annapolis Royal, the county seat ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: planing mills, box, sash 
and door and patent medicine factories, pork packing, clay working, 
bottling medicinal waters, apple evaporator, fruit growing and farm- 
ing. The town contains besides its stores, factories, etc., four 
churches, armoury, four hotels, and has a splendid water system. 
Headquarters of Valley Telephone Co. Has public library containing 
1000 volumes, and has the first Macdonald Consolidated Rural 
School opened in Canada. The town is the centre of a splendid 
fruit-growing and farming country. 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. Qoy., publisher ; established 1894 ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 26^ 
inches. Circ'n i^ 

NEW GLASGOW, pop. 6,000, Co. Pictou, on the East River of 
Pictou, eight miles from Pictou Harbor, and on the I. C. R., 104 
miles N. E. of Halifax, 40 miles N. E. of Truro ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : coal mining, mill and colliery machinery, 
iron bridges, iron and steel foundries, rifle sight factory, glass 
works, furniture, agricultural implement and sash and door factories, 
saw and planing mills and wire works. One mile and a half north is 
the village of Trenton, where are situated the N. S. Steel Works. 
New Glasgow contains seven 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, Hopewell, Ferrona, Springville, Durham and 
Alma. 

EASTERN CHRONICLE, semi-weekly ; Eastern Chronicle 
Pub. Co., publishers, Jas. A. Eraser, editor ; established 1845 ; 
liberal ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. See Advt. Page 57. Circ'n 2^ 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; Enterprise Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1888 ; independent-conservative ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19%^ inches. Circ'n 2 

STANDARD, weekly; Standard Printing Co. Ltd., publishers; 
established 1858; conservative; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 20% inches. Circ'n 2 

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. R. ; Tel.,, 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: iron foundry, carding and fulling 

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mills, tannery, boot and shoe factory, fishing- and coal shipping-. 
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 
coal from the Sydney mines is shipped from here. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Cow Bay, Pt. Hastings, 
New Campbellton, Baddick, Little Bras d'Or, VVhycocomagh, Vic- 
toria 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. Circ'n i 

HERALD, weekly ; North Sydney Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1872; independent; Wednesday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 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.R. , 3 miles from Oxford Junction, 20 miles 
S.E. of Amherst and 66 miles W. of Pictou ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : furniture and wood work factories, saw, grist and 
woollen mills, hammock factory, lumbering and farming. The town 
contains, besides its mills, stores, etc., four churches, one hotel, two 
public schools, a new high school and town hall. It has an electric 
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, Conns Mills, CoUingwood, Wallace, Green- 
ville and Went worth. 

JOURNAL, weekly; S. A. Marchant, publisher; established 
1897 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 75 cents ; eight pages, 

6 col., 193/^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PARRSBORO, pop. 2,700, Co. Cumberland, on a strait connecting 
Minas Basin with the Bay of Fundy, on I.C.R. , and the terminus of 
the Cumberland Coal and Railway Co.'s line, 60 miles N.W. of Hali- 
fax ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw and grist mills, 
tanneries, lumbering, shipbuilding and fishing. 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 vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Cannonville, Kirkhill, Lake- 
lands, Newville, Southampton, Brookville, Economy, Advocate, 
Port Greville, Apple River and Five Islands. 

LEADER, weekly ; J. B. Woodland, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1896 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 

7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n ^ 
See Advt. Page 94. 

PICTOU, pop. 4,000, Co. Pictou, on Northumberland Strait, at the 
# head of one of the finest harbors in the Province, and the terminus 
of two branches of the I.C.R., 100 miles N. of Halifax ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour and grist mills, iron foundry 
and machine works, copper smelter, marine railway, biscuits and 
confectionery, sash and door and canning- factories, tobacco fac- 



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tories, mining and quarrying. The town contains six churches, four 
public schools, convent, Pictou Academy, Y.M.C.A., and Marconi 
station, and in close proximity to the town are extensive quarries of 
dark sandstone and coal mines. The streets are ligflited by elec- 
tricity and it has good water works. Surrounding towns and vil- 
. lages where no papers are published : Caribou, River John, Logan's 
Tannery, Durham, Merigomish, Tatamagouche, Churchville, Scots- 
burn, Meadowville, Pictou Landing, Toney River, Cape John and 
Piedmont Valley. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; John D. McDonald, publisher ; estab- 
lished 1893; liberal; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 
col., 19^4: inches. . Circ'n i^ 

POINT TUPPtR, pop. 750, Co. Richmond, on Canso Strait and 
Intercolonial Ry. ; Tel., Ex. The Cape Breton port for the large 
transfer steamers. 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 1904; 
liberal; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 16 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

PORT HAWKESBURY, 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 the port of call of the Plant S.S. and other 
steamship lines, 75 miles E. of New Glasgow, 130 miles N.E. of 
Halifax, with which it is connected by a weekly line of steamers ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: saw mills, boat building, 
fishing and farming. The town contains several churches and 
schools, and does a large trade in fish and general supplies. It is 
the centre of a rich agricultural 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 Summerside, P.E.I. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Pt. Hastings, Pt. Mulgrave. 

BULLETIN, weekly; J. J. Williams, publisher; established 1890; 
liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ 
inches. 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 ^ 

PORT HOOD, pop. 2,500, 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. 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 published : Glendyer, 
Mabou, Strathlorne, Port Hastings, Margaree, Cheticamp and 
Whycocomagh. 

GREETINGS, weekly; McLean & McNeil, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1901 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^' inches. Circ'n i)4 

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SHELBURNE, pop. 1,500, Co. Shelburne, on the N.E. arm of 

* a capacious harbor of the same name, and on the H. & S. VV. Ry. , 
160 miles S. W. of Halifax ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
iron works, ship and boat buildingf, farming, fishing', lumbering and 
milling. The town contains several churches and schools, county 
academy, court house, custom house, U.S. consular agency, and has 
a good harbor with easy entrance and secure anchorage, and has ex- 
cellent facilities for the repairing and furnishing of vessels. It is 
connected by stage and 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; John Hood, publisher; established 1902; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
17!:^ inches. Circ'n i 

SPRINGHILL, pop. 6,500, Co. Cumberland, on the Cumberland 
River and C.R. & C. Co. Ry. , 5 miles S. of Springhill Junction, 18 
miles S. E. of Amherst, and 110 miles N. W. of Halifax; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: coal mining, wood-working factories, 
machine shops and farming. The town contains five churches, 
Y.M.C.A., four schools, public library and three hotels and has 
water works and electric light. Two extensive coal mines in its 
vicinity employ in all about 2,000 men and pay an average of $70,000 
monthly in wages. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published: Salem, Intervale, Warren, J oggins Mines, Chignecto, 
River Hebert, Eel Creek, Nappan, Athol, Southampton, Salt Springs 
and Brown's Brook. 

STANDARD, semi-weekly; N. S. Sandford, publisher; estab- 
lished 1908 ; conservative ; Wednesday and Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Tribune Ptg. House, publishers; established 
1896; independent-liberal ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; four to 
six pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i}4 

STELLARTON, pop. 3,500, Co. Pictou, on the East River and I.C. 
R., 3 miles from New Glasgow, loi miles N.E. of Halifax ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : coal mining and I. C. R. repair 
shops. The town contains five churches, high and public schools, 
convent, water works and has an electric railway. \^aluable coal 
mines in the vicinity. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Hopewell, Ferrona, Eureka and Thorbum. 

MARITIME MINING RECORD, semi-monthly; R. Drum- 
mond, publisher ; established 1898 ; mining; second and fourth Wed- 
nesday; subscription $1.00; thirty pages, 2 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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. R., 200 miles N.E. of Halifax; Tel. T., Ex., Banks. Chief - 
Industries : Dominion Iron & Steel Co's works, foundry, sash and 
door factories, cement works, tarred paper and roofing factory, boat 
and motor works, biscuit factory, chemical works, tannery, carding 
mills and coal mining. 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, jail, 
masonic hall, lyceum seating 1,000, and its streets are lighted by 
electricity. It is the second town of importance in the province 
and is the principal town on the Island of Cape Breton. It is an im- 

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portant coalingf station for steamers. Near here are the picturesque 
Bras d'Or lakes which are much frequented by tourists and are a 
fashionable summer resort. It is famous for its coal mines, and has 
an extensive trade with St. Pierre and Newfoundland. One of the 
best equipped electric railways in the Maritime Provinces connects 
Sydney, Sydney Mines, North Sydney and Glace Bay, with a com- 
bined population of about 50,000. Surroundingf villag'es where no 
papers are published : Westmount, Dominion, Port Morien, Victoria 
Mines, Reserve Mines, Coxheath, Boisdale, Beaver Cove, Grand 
Narrows, Irish Cove, Gabarouse and Louisburgf. 

POST, every morningf and evening-, except Sunday ; Sydney Post 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1900 ; conservative ; 
subscription $4.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n ^H 

WEEKLY {B>-as d'Or Gazette), established 1896; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Puffe 94. 

RECORD, every evening except Sunday ; Cape Breton Ptg. Co., 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1898 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
■ pages, 7 col. , 20^ inches. Circ'n 3 

BLUE BANNER, monthly; John R. Duff, publisher; estab- 
lished 1903 ; religious, Presbyterian ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty- 
eight to forty pages, size 7 x 10. 

TKUrsCJ, pop. 6,500, Co. Colchester, situated two miles above the 
head of Cobequid Bay, on the I.C.R. and D.A. Ry., 61 miles N. of 
Halifax, 215 miles E. of St. John, 58 miles N.E. of Windsor; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: engine and boiler works, found- 
ries, axle, carriage, wooden ware, condensed milk, box, woollen 
and hat factories, lumbering and farming. The town contains 
eleven churches, public and private schools, provincial normal and 
model, manual training and domestic science schools and agri- 
cultural college. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published ; Brookfield, Folly Village, De Bert Village, Stewiacke, 
Maitland, Shubenacadie, Princeport, Belmont, Riversdale, Alton and 
Londonderry. 

N EWS, every evening except Sunday; W. D. Dimock, editor, 
News Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1890; indepen- 
dent ; subscription $3.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 1']% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1903, 970'^ 

WEEKLY, established 1891 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six- 
teen to twenty pages, 6 col., 19/^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 6,202'^ 

Advt. —The News is published in Ce^itral N.S., the railway hub of the Province, 
pop. over 300,000. The Daily Ne-ws of 1,000 chiefly in Truro tovon. The Weekly 
News reaches altogether different subscribers . It covers the surrounding towns 
and villages. Sworn circ'n for igo8, 6,200. Best medium ; compare it with others. 
See Advt. Page 42. 

CITIZEN, weekly; Citizen Pub. Co., publishers; established 
1908 ; labor ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages. 

SUN, weekly; Colchester Sun, Ltd., publishers, G. G. Archibald, 
Sec. ; established 1871 ; independent-conservative; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,143'^ 

LEVER, monthly ; The Maritime Young Men's Chris(fian Associa- 
tion, publishers ; established 1896; Y. M. C. A. news; subscription 
25 cents ; sixteen pages, i wide col.,' 6^ inches. 

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WESTVILLE, pop. 4,000, Co. Pictou, on the Pictou branch I.C.R. 
100 miles N.E. of HaUfax ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
two large coal mines, which disburse some $50,000 monthly in 
wages, and lumbering. The town contains besides the mines, etc., 
five churches and two hotels, is lighted by electricity and has a fine 
system of waterworks. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Baileys Brook, Hopewell, Merigomish, Gran- 
ton, River John, Ferrona, Bridgeville, Thorburn, Sylvester and 
Durham. 

FREE LANCE, weekly; J. W. H. Sutherland, publisher; estab- 
lished 1896; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; sixteen 
pages, 6 col., 19*^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 86. 

VvEYMOUTH, pop. 1,200, Co. Digby, on the Sissiboo River, 4 
miles E. of St. Mary's Bay, and on the Dominion Atlantic Ry., 
47 miles N. of Yarmouth and 160 miles W. of Halifax ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, fishing and pulp mills. 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 villages where no 
papers are published : Plympton, Freeport, Tiverton, Sandy Cove, 
Belliveau Cove, New Tusket, Marshalltown and Murphy Cove. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Jas. J. Wallis, publisher; established 1906; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to sixteen pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

WINDSOR, pop. 4,000, Co. Hants, on Avon River and an arm of 
# Minas Basin, and on Dominion Atlantic Ry., 45 miles N.W. of 
Halifax, and 84 miles E. of Annapolis; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : cotton mills, furniture factory, iron foundry, fertilizer 
works, selenite cement works, plaster mill, lumbering, fruit grow- 
ing and farming. The town contains five churches, court house, the 
University of King's College, Collegiate school for boys. Church 
school for girls, Hants Co. Academy, fine public school, and is an 
important centre of education. The town owes its importance to 
the quantities of limestone, gypsum and valuable minerals found in 
its vicinity. It contains some fine public buildings, and is lighted 
by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Avonport, Avondale, Brooklyn, Summerville, New- 
port, Ellershouse, Falmouth, Maitland, Shubenacadie, Mount Den- 
son, St. Croix and Burlington. 

HANTS JOURNAL, weekly ; Jas. J. Anslow, editor and pub- 
lisher ; established 1867 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$t.oo ; four pages, 8 col., 26;?;^^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,835'^ 

See Advt. Page 58. 

TRIBUNE, weekly; Tribune Publishing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1883 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; four pages, 
8 col., 26^ inches. Circ'n \% 

FORWARD, semi-monthly ; official organ of Grand Division Sons 
of Temperance of Nova Scotia ; established 1 893 ; temperance ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription 50 cents ; four pages. 

KING'S COLLEGE RECORD, monthly; undergraduates of 
King's College, editors and publishers ; established 1877 > * college 
paper issued only during the collegiate year ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twenty-eight pages, size 9x12. 

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WOLFVILLE, pop. 1,963, Co. King-s, at the entrance of Cornwallis 
River into Minas Basin, on the D. A. Ry., 18 miles N.N.W. of 
Windsor, 64 miles N.W. of Halifax; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : fruit growing, dairying, farming, milling and tanning. 
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, Gaspereaux, Avonport, Hortonville, Greenwich and White 
Rock Mills. 

ACADIAN, weekly ; Davison Bros., editors and publishers ; es- 
tablished 1883; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
8 col., 24 inches. Circ'n i 

ACADIA ATHEN/EUM, 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 and upwards, i or 2 
col., 6%. inches. 
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YARIvlOU I H, pop. 7,000, Co. Yarmouth, on the extreme western 
# point of Nova Scotia, 145 miles S.W. of Halifax, with which it is 
connected by the D.A.Ry.and H. & S.W.Ry.; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Daily lines of steamers to Boston, weekly to St. John and Halifax. 
Chief Industries : ship building, shoe factory, cotton and duck mills, 
ship's supplies, foundries and fishing. It had more shippings per 
head than any other port in the world, and was the chief ship build- 
ing place in Nova Scotia. It has water works and fire brigade, 
electric Raihvay, 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 Argyle. 

GLOBE, every evening except Sunday; G. C. and G. V. Pelton, 
editors and publishers; established 1907 ; liberal ; subscription $2.00; 
four pages, 5 col., 16 inches. 

POST, every evening except Sunday ; James J. Wallace, pnb- 
lisher ; established 1908 ; conservative ; subscription $2.00 ; 4 pages, 
12 X 18. 

TIMES, semi-weekly; J. D. Rolston, editor and publisher; 
established 1883 ; conservative ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription 
$2.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 25 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,938'^ 

See Advt. Page 101. 

HERALD, weekly; J. M. Lawson, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1833, liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 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, 
6 col., i()'/i inches. ^ 

TELEGRAM, weekly; Friday; liberal; issued as supplement to 
Herald. 

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PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Thoug-h the smallest in area — havingf 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. The population at the present 
time is estimated at about 100,000, an average of 50 to the square mile. 
There is scarcely a foot of land in Prince Edward Island not capable of 
cultivation, and the soil is uniformly rich. This natural advantagfe, 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 Can- 
adian and United States buyers. But it is in dairying and in the meat 
business that Prince Edward Island has made remarkable 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 up to $500,000. 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. In 1907 the number of bushels of oats raised was 
6,313,872 and of potatoes 5,452,830. 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. The value of the fish taken by 
Prince Edward Island fishermen in 1906 was $1,168,939, of which about 
two thirds was exported to foreign countries. The principal fish caught 
are mackerel, herring, cod, hake, lobsters and oysters. The annual take 
of lobsters is about 2^ million pound cans, and of oysters about 20,000 
barrels, the Prince Edward Island oysters — especially those of Malpecque 
Bay — being esteemed the finest in flavour of any on the Atlantic coast. 
The railway system of the Island, some 265 miles in length, is of 3 feet 6 
inches gauge and is entirely owned and operated by the Government ot 
Canada. 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. Ofticial 
statistics show that the Province has less crime and vice in proportion to 
population than any other Province of Canada and compares favorably in 
that regard with any country in the world. The sale of liquor for beverage 
purposes has been prohibited by law since 1901. 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. 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. 



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CHARLO T TETOWN, pop. 13,000, Co. Queens, is pleasantly situa- 

# ted on a neck of land between North and Hillsborough Rivers, 
overlooking a fine harbor; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. It has regfular 
steamboat connection with Canadian and American ports, and is the 
Provincial capital. Chief Industries : foundries, machine shops, 
flour, woollen, saw, shingle and planing mills, tanneries, agricultural 
implement, soap, butter, cheese and tobacco factories and farming. 
The city contains nine churches, good public schools, the Govern- 
ment 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, Southport, Emerald, Victoria, 
Eldon, Mount Stewart, Webster's Comer, Vernon River Bridge and 
Kensington. 

EXAMINER, every evening except Sunday ; Examiner Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, Robt. L. Cotton, manager; established 1847; 
liberal-conservative ; subscription $1.00 ; four to eight pages, 7 
col., 22 inches. Circ'n 2^^ 

MORNING GUARDIAN, every morning except Sunday ; The 
Island Guardian Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1891 ; in- 
dependent; subscription $2.00 ; eight to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 
20^^ inches. Circ'n 3 

RURAL T>M.hY {formerly zueekly), established 1887; subscription 
$1.00 ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

PATRIOT, every evening except Sunday; Patriot Publishing 
Company, publishers ; established 1881 ; liberal ; subscription $2.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19/^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,509'A' 
SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1861 ; Monday and Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2 

HERALD, weekly ; James Mclsaac, publisher; established 1870 ; 
religious, Roman Catholic; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, size 27^ x 20. 

P. E. ISLANDER, weekly; Islander Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1888 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
four pages, 7 col., 21 inches.' Circ'n 2 

ROYAL GAZETTE, weekly; Geo. W. Gardiner, editor and 
publisher ; established 1791 ; an official paper ; subscription 50 cents ; 
four pages, size S% x 11^. Inserts Government adz'ertisemefits 
only. 

WATCHMAN, weekly ; Watchman Publishing Co., publishers, 
Peter McCourt, editor ; established 1890 ; independent-liberal ; Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 8 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 54. 

SUMIvlERSIDE, pop. 3,300, Co. Prince, on Bedeque Bay and 

# P.E.I. Ry., 40 miles N.W. of Charlottetown, 42 miles N.E. of 
Shediac; Tel., T., Ex., 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, 
lumber yards, farm implement works, farming and dairying ; ship 
building is carried on here extensively. The town has an excellent 
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the largest retail store in Maritime Canada, a public hall, convent, 
the county buildings, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Cape Traverse, Alberton, Kensington, 
Princetown, Tryson, Miscouche, Wellington, Centreville and Vic- 
toria. 

ISLAND FARMER, weekly; D. K. Currie, editor. Pioneer 
• Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1887 ; agricultural, liberal ; 
Wednesday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Also publishes Pioneer. Circ'n 5 

See Advt. Page 34. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; Journal Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1864; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 7 col., 23 inches. Circ'n 5^^ 

Also publishes Prince Ediuard Island Agriculturist . 

See Advt. Page 82. 

PIONEER, weekly; D. K. Currie, editor, Pioneer Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1876 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; six to eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 5^ 

Also publishes Island Farmer. 

See Advt. Page 34. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAN D AGRICULTURIST, weekly; 

W. A. Brennan, editor and publisher; established 1880; agricultural 
and stock raising ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
23 inches. Circ'n 5^ 

Also publishes Journal. 

See Advt. Page 82. 

TIGNISH, pop. 1,000, Co. Prince, on the Gulf of St. Lawrence and 
at the western terminus of the P. E. LRy. , 68 miles N.W. of Summer- 
side ; Tel., T. , Ex. Chief Industries: extensive dairying, woollen, 
saw, grist and carding mills and carriage factory. 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'IMPARTIAL, French, weekly ; L'Impartial Publishing & Print- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers, F. J. Buote, editor ; established 1893 ; 
independent; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
21 inches. Circ'n 1% 



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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



The area of the Province of Manitoba was greatly increased by Act'of 
the last Federal Parliament, the Northern Boundary havingf been altered 
from the 53rd parallel of latitude to the 6oth parallel, making- the Province 
more than three times its origfinal size, and aug-menting- its territory by a 
tract containing- gfreat wealth in minerals, timber, fisheries, furs and ag^ri- 
cultural land. Extending- northward to the Hudson Bay, Manitoba is the 
only prairie province which has a boundary on the sea. The whole prov- 
ince contains over 41,000,000 acres of agricultural land and 6,000,000 acres 
of water surface. The population is fast approaching- the half million 
mark, and the acreag-e under cultivation is steadily increasing-. The acre- 
ag-e and yield of g-rain for 1908 was 49,252,534 bushels of wheat from 
2,850,640 acres; 44,686,043 bushels of oats from 1,216,622 acres; 18,135,787 
bushels of barley from 658,441 acres ; 502,206 bushels of flax from 50,187 
acres ; 334,609 bushels of rye from 17,611 acres ; 117,033 bushels of peas 
from 6,903 acres; and 5,148,696 bushels of potatoes from 29,963 acres. 
The number of grain elevators and store houses in the Province is now 678 
and 13 respectively, with a total capacity of 20,558,500 bushels. The 
threshing- outfits needed to handle the crop number 2,287. The area pre- 
pared for the 1909 crop is over 20% larg-er than that of 1908. The value of 
dairy products in 1908 was $1,400,269, chiefly butter. The facilities for 
railroad transportation are exceptional, there being- at present over 4,000 
miles of railroad in the Province, and the building- of the National Trans- 
continental which is now in prog-ress will add a g-reat many more. All 
these railroads radiate from Winnipeg, the capital of the Province and the 
metropolis of Western Canada. Practically speaking Manitoba has no 
problem of the poor or the unemployed, and this in spite of the fact that 
immigration into the Province is very great. It scarcely knows, except by 
hearsay, what depression and hard times mean. The industrial life of the 
Province is in a healthy condition, the greatest industry in the way of man- 
ufacturing being flour milling. In addition to this there are large meat 
packing establishments ; cold storage plants ; breweries ; biscuit factories ; 
oat-meal mills ; bag, cloth, skirt, overall, shirt, underwear, awning and 
tent factories ; box factories ; large carriage factories and a large number 
of other industries. In the several cities of the Province are also found 
the head quarters or w^estern branches of many of the largest commercial 
and wholesale companies of Canada ; and a great number of financial 
institutions such as trust companies, loan companies, fire and life insurance 
companies, banks, etc., have their head offices in the Province. The 
northern part of the Province is very valuable for its fish, lumber and 
mines. Over 8,000,000 pounds of fish were taken in Lake Winnipeg alone 
during the past year, while in the forests of the north is illimitable wealth 
of pine, spruce, elm, ash, poplar, birch, tamarack and fir useful for lumber, 
fire-wood and pulpwood. The Legislature of the Province consists of 41 
members, while 10 representatives are sent to the Federal House of Com- 
mons and 4 Senators to the Upper House. Religion and education are 
carefully fostered and our schools are in a healthy condition. There are 
in Manitoba 1443 district schools with 1943 departments. There are 2480 
teachers, and the total number of children of school age is 81,013, of whom 
67,144 are actually enrolled. The Province supports a well equipped 
University with which are affiliated colleges supported by the stronger 
denominational bodies, and an Agricultural College which is second to 
none on the Continent. Winnipeg, the Provincial capital, h^s a population 
exceeding 120,000. 



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BALDUR, pop. 350, District of Souris, on the Carman-Hartney branch 
of the C. N. R., 109 miles S.W. of Winnipeg and 60 miles S. E. of 
Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Largest and most important town in 
Arg-yle and seat of the Municipal Council. An important grain and 
cattle point for the district. The town contains four churches, three 
elevators and a large grist mill. Heavy shipments of cattle and 
pigs. Extensive lumber business. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Greenway, Mariapolis, Neetin and Glenora. 

GAZETTE, weekly; F. W. Fredrickson, publisher, P. F. Curtis, 
proprietor ; established 1898 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19X inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 81. 

BELMONT, pop. 250, District ot Souris, on the C. N. Ry., 120 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg, 40 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : wheat growing, stock raising, dairying and railway 
shops. The town contains three churches, school, three hotels, 
implement and general stores, fire hall and has electric light. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Hilton, 
Neelin, Fairhall, Glendenning, Craigielea, Bru, Grund, Moropano, 
Tiger Hills and Ninette. 

NEWS, weekly; R. H. Matthews, publisher; established 1903; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

BIRTLE, pop. 550, District of Marquette, on C. P. R., 194 miles 
W. N.W. of Winnipeg, and 65 miles N. N.W. of Brandon ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grist milling, farming, cement block 
worl^, cheese and butter making. The town contains besides its 
stores, an Indian School, land registry office and two hotels. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Beulah, 
Solsgirth, St. Lazare, Kelloe, Rossburn, Binscarth, and Millwood. 

EYE WITNESS, weekly ; Birtle Printing Co., publishers, E. J. 
W'ilson, editor ; established 1891 ; independent; Tuesday; subscrip- 
tion $i.oo ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n y^ 

BOISSEVAIN, pop. 1,025, District of Souris, on the Pembina Moun- 
tain Branch of C. P. R. and Great Northern Ry., 20 miles E. of Del- 
oraine, 182 miles W. S.W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : flour mills, cement block and brick works, wood-work- 
ing and machine shops, grain growing and live stock raising. The 
town contains four churches, public schools, five grain elevators, 
and is the centre of one of the best wheat growing districts in South 
Manitoba. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Whitewater and Wassewa. 

GLOBE, weekly; W. H. Ashley, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1890 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 21^2 inches. Circ'n ^ 

RECORDER, weekly ; Boissevain Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers ; established 1899 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. . Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Ninga News. 

BRANDON, pop. 11,000, District of Brandon, on the Assiniboine 
River and C. P. R., C. N. R., and Gr. Nor. Ry., 133 miles W. of 
Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, planing, 
grist and other mills, breweries, stock raising and farming. The 
city contains numerous churches, schools, convent, court house, jail, 

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large grain elevators, water works and fire department, and is light- 
, ed by electricity. Surrounding towns and villages 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 pages, 7 col., 20^4^ inches. Circ'n 2 

WEEKLY, established 1882; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six- 
teen pages, 7 col., 2034^ inches. Circ'n 1%. 

TIMES, every morning except Sunday; Brandon Times Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., pubHshers ; established 1907; conservative; sub- 
scription $3.00 ; four to eight pages, 7 col., 19X inches. Circ'n 1% 

WEEKLY, established 1886; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight to sixteen pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 2^ 

See Advt. Page 108. 

CAR BERRY, pop. i,iii, District of Portage La Prairie, on the 
C.P.R., and C. N.R., 105 miles W. of Winnipeg, 28 miles E. of Bran- 
don ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, farming 
and stock raising. The town contains four churches and a public 
school, sibc 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, and 
Wellwood. 

EXPRESS, weekly, Ben. A. Huckell, editor and publisher; 
established 1892 ; liberal-conservative ; Thursday ; sub^ription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., \<^% inches. Circ'n ^ 

N EWS, weekly ; W. I. Smale, editor and publisher ; established 
1890; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

CARMAN, pop. 1,530, District of MacDonald, on the Boyne River, 
the Carman branch of the Western Division of C.P.R., on the Great 
Northern Ry. and on C. N. R., 52 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 22 miles 
N. of Morden ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw and 
grist mills, brick yard and farming. The town contains five 
churches, a public school and six grain elevators, and has electric 
light, sewers and waterworks. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Pomeroy, Lintrathen, Stephenfield, 
Grays, Almasippi, St. Daniel, Barnsley, Homewood and Bates. 

DUFFERIN LEADER, weekly; Leader Printing and Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, J. W. Jameson, editor and manager ; establish- 
ed 1898; conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19X inches. Circ'n ^ 

STANDARD, weekly; Geo. Harper, publisher; established 
1891 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
173^ inches. Circ'n % 

OARTWRIGHT, pop. 350, District of Souris, on C. P. R., 148 miles 
S. W. of Winnipeg and 90 miles W. of Emerson ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : stock raising and farming. 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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MANITOBA. »6i 



SOUTHERN MANITOBA REVIEW, weekly; Robt. J. C. 
Stead, publisher ; established 1899 ; independent ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight pag'es, 6 col., 19^^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CRYSTAL CITY, pop. 630, District of Lisg'ar, on C.P.R., 123 miles 
S.W. of Winnipeg' and 10 miles from the International boundary line ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grist and planing mills and 
mixed farming. The town contains besides its stores, three churches, 
town hall, opera house, two hotels, flour mill and grain elevators. 
The town is surrounded by an exceedingly good farming district. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Clearwater, Snowflake, Purves, Mather and Marringhurst. 

COURIER, weekly; T. E. Davis, publisher; estabhshcd 1898; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CYPRESS RIVER, pop. 525, District of MacDonald, on Cypress 
River and C. P. R., 95 miles W. of VV'innipeg ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : grain farming, stock raising, dairying and brick 
making. The town contains three churches, high school, town hall, 
jail, fire hall, 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, Green way, Mariopolis, 
Indian Springs, Grange and Bruxelles. 

WESTERN PRAIRIE, weekly; W. W. Cousens, publisher; 
established 1896; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

DAUPHIIN, pop. 3,500, District of Dauphin, a divisional point on 
C.X.R., 178 miles N.W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming, flour and saw mills. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores and mills, fire hall, opera house and three hotels. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Arden Station, Beulah, Binscarth, Fox W'arren, Milwood, Newdale, 
Solsgirth, Woolson, Ashville, Valley River and Winnipegosis. 

HERALD, weekly, Wm. D. King, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1897 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
p.'iges, 7 col., 21^ inches. - Circ'n ^ 

PRESS, weekly; Geo. King, publisher; established 1896; liberal; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n i 
DELORAINE, pop. 856, District of Souris, on Winnipeg-Napinka 
branch of the C. P. R., 202 miles S.W. of Winnipeg and 13 miles 
from the International Boundary line ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief, 
Industries : coal mining and farming. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Whitewater, Medora, Lauder, Montefiore 
and Turtle Mountain. 

Tl IVI ES, weekly ; Geo. Paterson, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1887; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

DOMINION CITY, pop. 550, District of Provencher, on Roseau 
River, on Emerson branch of the C. P. R. , 55 miles S. of Winnipeg, 
10 miles north of the boundary line; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries: 
grain growing, stock raising and lumbering. The centre of a fine 
grain and stock raising country. Wood abundant, spruce, tamar- 
ack, elm, oak and poplar. The to^yn contains three churches, opera 

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house, a large town hall, many good stores, and a large number of 
fine residences. Surrounding villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Carlourie, Stuartburn, Greenridge, Ridgeville, Langside, Mor- 
rais, Letellier and St. Jean Baptiste. 

WEEKLY ECHO, weekly; D. Phillips, publisher, F. L. Phillips, 
manager ; established 1898 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; twelve pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 

DUN RE A, pop. 300, District of Souris, on C.N.R. , 150 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 13 miles E. of Minto ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries : 
mixed farming and dairying. The town contains, besides its stores, 
two churches and a school. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Margaret, Minette, Fairhall and Hyder. 

RIVERSIDE REVIEW AND DUNREA ADVERTISER, 
weekly ; W. G. Pickell, editor and proprietor ; established 1908 ; 
independent ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; four to eight pages, 
6 col., 19^4^ inches. Circn'n j^ 

Also publishes A/into Packet. 

ELGIN, pop. 450, District of Souris, on C.N.R., 160 miles S. W. of 
Winnipeg, 132 miles W. of Hartney June, and 12 miles S. of Souris ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The toWn contains 
four churches, public school and stores. 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 lo ten pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 

ELKHORN, pop. 625, District of Brandon, on C. P. R., 65 miles 
N.W. of Brandon, 205 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : stock raising, grain growing, flour and grist mills. 
The town contains besides its stores, mills, etc., three churches, 
three hotels and four grain elevators with capacity of 125,000 
bushels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Reaper, Hargrave, Ebor, Kirkella and Burnbank. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; W. J. Thompson, editor and publisher; 
established 1892 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19}^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MERCURY, weekly; Larmer Bros., publishers; established 
1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., 18 inches. 

EMERSON, pop. 980, District of Provencher, the terminus of Emer- 
son Section of C. P. R., and on C. N. R., G. N. Ry., Soo Line and 
direct connection with N. P. Ry. , 66 miles S. of W'innipeg, 2 miles 
from the N. Dakota boundary line ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming, dairying, ranching, grist and flour mills. The 
town contains five churches and a public school, grain elevators, 
etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Rosenfeldt, St. Pie, Stuartburn, Letellier, Ridgeville and Arnaud. 
JOURNAL, weekly; W. B. Ballantyne, publisher; established 
1895; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
\'j}i inches. Circ'n ^ 

GILBERT PLAINS, pop. 436, District of Dauphin, on Can. Nor. Ry., 
190 miles X. W. of W'innipeg, 90 miles N. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Surrounding townj • 



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and villag'es where no papers are published : Oaknook, Howard, 
Valley River, Wilford and Spruce Creek. 

MAPLE LEAF, weekly; A. G. Stewart, publisher; established 
1901 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pagfes, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n % 

GLADSTONE, pop. 828, District of Portage La Prairie, on C.P.R. 
and Can. Nor. Ry. , 34 miles N. VV. of Portage La Prairie, 40 miles 
E. of Minnedosa, 85 miles W. by N. of Winnipeg; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industry : farming. The village contains three churches, a 
public school, etc. Surrounding towns and villages were no papers 
are published : Douglas, Chater, Burnside and Poplar Point. 

AGE, weekly ; Age Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1883 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight to ten pages, 
6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

GLENBORO, pop. 600, District of Portage La Prairie, on C. P. R., 
100 miles W. by S. of Winnipeg, 45 miles E. of Souris ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : grain and stock farmmg, grist and saw 
mills. 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 13 x 20. Circ'n i 

GOODLANDS, pop. loo, District of Souris, on the Lyleton section 
of C. P. R. , 9 miles E. of Waskada, 212 miles S. W. of Winnipeg ; 
Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Lennox and Montefiore. 

STAR, weekly ; L. M. Young, publisher. See IVaskada Ex- 
positor. 

GRAND VIEW, pop. 750, District of Dauphin, on Valley River and 
main line C. N. R., 208 miles N. W. of Winnipeg; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : grain growing, flour and saw mills and brick 
works. The village contains, besides its sixteen stores, etc., three 
hotels, four grain elevators and three flat warehouses with a cap- 
acity of 160,000 bushels, and a pump factory. Has also excellent 
waterworks and large 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. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Strevel, Meharry, Halstead, 
Umatilla, Venlavv, Mountain Gap and Tamarish. 

EXPONENT, weekly; A. G. Graham, publisher; established 
1901 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
15 X 22. Circ'n \i 

GRETNA, pop. 700, District of Lisgar, on C. P. R. and Gt. Nor. Ry., 
70 miles S. of Winnipeg and about a mile from the U.S. boundary ; 
Tel,, T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town contains 
four churches, public school, Mennotiite collegiate institute, six 
elevators, flour mill and two hotels. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Altona, Plum Coulee and Rosenfeld. 



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MITARBEITER, German, montlily ; Conference of Mennonites 
ill Middle Canada, publishers; established 1906; relijjfious, Mennon- 
ite ; 15th of month ; subst-riplion 40 cents ; twelve pag-es, 2 col., 7^^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

HAM IOTA, pop. 900, District of Marquette, on C. P. R. Branch 
(Brandon to Miniota), 165 miles West of Winnipejf, 38 miles N.W. of 
Brandon ;Tel. ,T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : g-rist and flour mills, 
stock raising and farming. The town contains besides its stores, 
mills, etc., three churches, school, hospital, town hall and two 
hotels. .Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Oak River, Crandell, Kenton, Bradvvardine, Lenore, Hard- 
ing and Westwood. 

ECHO, weekly; Ed. L. Stone, editor and proprietor; established 
1902 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig-ht pages, 
7 col., 19/4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

HARTNEY, pop. 653, District of Souris, on Souris section of C. P. R. 
and on C. N. R., 166 miles S. W. of Winnipeg, 22 miles S. W. of 
Brandon, and 10 miles S.W. of Souris ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : farming and milling. The town contains 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, Argue, Findlay, Men- 
teith and Schwitzer Jet. 

STAR, weekly; Walpole Murdock, publisher; established 1892; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. 

HOLLAN D, pop. 500, District of MacDonald, 85 miles W. of Winnipeg 
and 65 miles E. of Souris, on Souris section of C. P. R. ; Tel., T., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Shipped 
400,000 bushels of wheat in 1908, and also ships live-stock and cord- 
wood. 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 : 
Somerset, St. Alphonse, Landseer, Bruxelles and Camille. 

OBSERVER, weekly; A. A. Herriott, publisher; established 
1893; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
173^ inches. Circ'n yi 

HOLM FIELD, pop. 250, District of Souris, on C. P. R. and C. N. R., 
150 miles S.W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries: 
stock raising and farming. The village has, besides its stores, 
churches and schools, three hotels, three elevators, flour mill, 
machine shops and two public halls. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Neelin, Greenway, Glenora, 
Lena, Wakapa, Enterprise and Mather. 

PRESS, weekly; David Bradley, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight 
pages, size 15 x 22. Circ'n % 

KILLARNEY, pop. 1,250, District of Souris, on the Pembina section 
(Winnipeg to Napinka) of C. P. R., 164 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 55 
miles E. of Napinka, 50 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : agricultural implements, wagon making, cheese 
factory, planing mill, sash and door factory, cement works, flour 
milts and farming. The town contains four churches, public and 
high schools, and about forty places of general business. SuTound- 



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ing-. towns and villages where no papers are published : Fairhall, 
Lyonshall, Wakopa, Glendenning', Lena and Bannerman. 

GUIDE, weekly; J. H. Monteith, publisher; established 1893; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pag'es, 7 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n }^ 

MACGREGOR, pop. 640, District of Portag^e I^ Prairie, on G. T. 
P. R., and on the western division (Winnipeg' and Swift Current 
branch) of C. P. R. , 77 miles W. of Winnipeg and 2 1 miles W. of Port- 
age La Prairie ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grain and 
stock farming and flour niilling^. The town contains besides its 
stores, mills, etc., three churches and three hotels. Surrounding' 
towns and villagfes where no papers are published : Beaver Creek, 
Austin, Wellington, Rose Hill, Bagot and Burnside. 

HERALD, weekly; James L. Cowie, publisher; established 1896; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig'ht pages, 6 col., 19 
inches. Circ'n yi 

iVlANI T OU, pop. 800, District of Lisgar, on the Pembina branch of the 
C. P. R., 78.miles S. W. of Winnipeg-; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : C. P. R. shops, sash and door factory, carriage factory 
and farming. Besides its stores, the town has five churches, public 
and normal schools, theatre, rinks and five elevators, and is lighted 
by acetylene gas. Surrounding- towns and villag-es where no papers 
are published : Darling-ford, Altamont, Opawaka, Kaleida, Somer- 
set, Purves, La Riviere, Snowflake and Mowbray. 

WESTERN CANADIAN, weekly; W. J. Rowe, publisher; 
established 1900; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig'ht 
pag-es, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 

MELITA, pop. 784, District of Souris, on Souris River and Souris 
section (Kemnay to P-stevan) of C. P. R., 185 miles W. by S. of Win- 
nipeg-, 41 miles E. of Estevan ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Situated in the 
midst of a rich farming country. Chief Industries : milling-, wag-on 
making, pump and planing factory, brick yard and cement block 
works and farming. The town contains four churches and hig^h and 
public schools. Surrounding^ towns and villag^es where no papers 
are published : Cameron, Coulter, Elva, Lauder and Medosa. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly; W. J. Graham, publisher; established 
1891 ; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n i 

WESTERN PROGRESS AND PIERSON REVIEW, week- 
ly; Robt. Simpson, publisher; established 1899; liberal; Thursday; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n ^ 

IVIIAMI, pop. 750, District of MacDonald, on tjie Morris and Somerset 
branch of the Can. Nor. Ry., 85 miles S.W. of Winnipeg, 38 miles 
W. of Morris ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : stock raising- 
and farming. The village contains besides its several stores, etc., 
three churches, school, Oddfellow's hall and hotel. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Opjtwaka, Nel- 
son, Pomeroy, Lintrathen and Deerwood. 

HERALD, weekly; Geo. W. Ayles, publisher; established 1901 ; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 
1 7 3/^ inches. Circ'n J2 

MINIOTA, pop. 300, District of Marquette, on the .\ssiniboine River, 
terminal of the C. P. R. branch from Brandon, aiid one mile from 

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station on G. T. P., 65 miles N. W. of Brandon ; Teh, Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industry : farming'. Besides it stores, the town contains three 
churches, school, town hall, two hotels and four elevators. Sur- 
rounding towns and villag^es where no papers are published : Burn- 
bank, De Clare, Ruthersjflen, Manson, Arrow River, Crandall, Rea, 
Lucas and Beulah. 

HERALD, weekly; R. G. R. Mackenzie, publisher; established 
1906 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
6coL, 19!^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MINNEDOSA, pop. 1,500, District of Marquette, on the Little Sas- 
katchewan River and C. P. R., 133 miles W. of Winnipeg, 30 miles 
N.E. of Brandon, 78 miles W. of Portage La Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, sash and door factory, machine 
shop, stock raising and farming. The town contains four churches, 
two public schools and a high school, hospital, courthouse and jail, 
and is lighted by electricity. It is an excellent fjirming section, with 
rolling land and good water. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Basswood, Clanwilliam, Newdale, 
Moore Park and Bethany. 

MERCURY, weekly; John Bremner, publisher; established 
1905 ; liberal ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, 3 col., 
10 inches. Circ'n % 

TRI BU N E, weekly ; David Cannon, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six 
pages, 7 col., 21 3^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

MINTO, pop. 400, District of Souris, on the C. N. R., 160 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, and 25 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : mixed farming and dairying. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores, two churches and a school. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Fairfax, Margaret, Dun- 
alien and Heaslip. 

PACKET, weekly ; W. G. Pickell, editor and proprietor ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19% inches. Circ'n '^ 

Also publishes Dii?irea Rive^-side Revieiv and Dunrea Advertiser. 

IVIQRDEN, pop. 1,437, District of Lisgar, on Dead Horse Creek and 
Pembina section of C. P. R.,-70 miles S. W. of Winnipeg, 121 miles 
E. of Deloraine ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming and 
stock raising. The town contains seven churches, high and public 
schools and seven elevators, with a capacity of about 250,000 bush- 
els. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Darlingford, Thornhill, Nelson, Plum Coulee, Shadeland and 
Glencross. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; W. D. Magee, publisher; established 
1880; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19)4 inches. Circ'n i 

EMPIRE, weekly; The Morden Empire Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers, Neil Fox, manager ; established 1898; conservative; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 1914^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

IVlORRIS, pop. 513, District of Provencher, on C. P. R. and Cfin. Nor. 
Ry., 43 miles S. of Winnipeg'; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming and lumbering. The town contains besides its stores, 
etc., three churches, four elevators and two hotels. Surrounding * 



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towns and villages where no papers are published : Rosenfeld, 
McTavish, Osborne, De Wet and Shanawan. 

HERALD, weekly; A. E. Code, publisher; established 1887; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eig'ht pagfes, 5 col., 
17I4' inches. Circ'n ^ 

NAPINKA, pop. 575, District of Souris, on terminus of Deloraine 
Branch of C. P.R., 56 miles S.W. of Brandon, 180 miles W. by S. of 
Winnipeg- ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : agriculture and 
ranching. The village has three churches, three hotels, and ten 
stores. 

NEW CENTURY, weekly; H. J. Quinn, publisher; established 
1901 ; independent-conservative ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., i"]^ inches. Circ'n % 

NEEPAWA, pop. 2,200, District of Portage La Prairie, on the North- 
western Division of C.P. R. and main line of C.N. R., 117 miles W. of 
Winnipeg, 61 miles N. W. of Portage La Prairie ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : grain and stock raising, lumbering, . 
dairying, flour mill, sash and door factory, machine shops. The 
town contains four churches, high and public schools, hospital, and 
eight elevators with a capacity of 275,000 bushels. The town owns 
and operates its own telephone and electric light systems success- 
fully 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, Kel- 
wood. Riding Mountain, Oberon, Birnie, McCreary, Glenella, Brook- 
dale, Moore Park, Wellwood and Franklin. 

PRESS, semi-weekly ; Neepawa Pr6ss Co., Ltd., publishers, 
A. Dunlop, manager ; established 1896 ; liberal ; Tuesday and Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., ig% inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,457'A' 

REGISTER, weekly; Geo. R. Belton, editor, Neepawa Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1884 ; independent-con- 
servative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. See Advt. Page 124. Circ'n i^ 

NINGA, pop. 200, District of Souris, on Pembina Branch of, C. P. R., 
175 miles S. W. of Winnipeg, 44 miles S. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., 
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. See Boissevain Recorder. 

NORWOOD, a residential suburb of W^innipeg. See Winnipeg. 

OAK LAKE, pop. 500, District of Brandon, on the main line of the 
C.P. R., i^ miles from Assiniboine River, 165 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
40 miles N. of Deloraine ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grist 
and flour mills, grain and stock farming. 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 ; F. A. Briscoe, publisher ; established 1899 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
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PILOT MOUND, pop. 650, District of Lisj^ar, on the Pembina sec- 
tion of the C P. R., 125 miles S.W. of Winnipeg-, 77 miles E. of Del- 
oraine ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farmingf, stock 
raising and oatmeal mills. The village 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 
pages, 6 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PLUMAS, pop. 200, District of Dauphin, on C. N. Ry., i6 miles N. of 
Gladstone, and 50 miles N. W. of Portag-e la Prairie ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. It has general and hardware 
stores, blacksmith shops, drug store, etc., to accommodate the 
large and increasing agfricultural population surrounding. Sur- 
rounding towns and villagfes where no papers are published : Tenby, 
Tupper, Florenta and Ogilvie. 

STAN DARD, weekly; W. D. Lamb, editor and publisher; estab- 
lished 1905; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eig^ht 
pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n y^ 

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, pop. 6,300, District of Portage La 
Prairie, 56 miles due west of Winnipeg, on the main lines of the 
the C. P. R., Can. Nor. Ry., the G. T. P. Ry., and the Gt. Nor. Ry., 
all transcontinental systems ; divisional point for Can. Nor. Ry. and 
Gt. Nor. Ry. (Midland Branch) ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : 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, cigfar factory, 
confectionery factory, farming and stock raising. The town con- 
tains the court house and jail. Provincial Reformatory for boys. 
Provincial Home for Incurables, lands title office, customs office, 
Indian Agency, has electric lig^ht, waterworks and sewerage system 
and g-as plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Oakland, Burnside, Westbourne, Macdonald, High 
Bluff, Poplar Point, Bagot and Austin. 

GRAPHIC, every evening except Sunday; C. D. McPherson, 
publisher ; established 1897 ; liberal ; subscription $2.50 ; eight to 
twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY {Ma7iitoba Liberal)', established 1880 ; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; ten to twelve pag^es, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i/^ 
Sec Advt. Page iig 

REVIEW, every evening^ except Sunday; Review Printing- and 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, E. L. Burns, manager ; established 
1879 > conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; six to eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n y> 

WEEKLY, established 1879 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight to ten pages, 6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n 2 

RAPID CITY, pop. 1,000, District of Marquette, on the Little Sas- 
katchewan River, C.P.R. and C.N.R., 145 miles W. of Winnipeg, 22 
miles N. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming 
and flour n^ills. The town is in the centre of a rich mixeil farming 
district, and contains four churches, a public school and four large 
elevators with a capacity of 140,000 bushels. Surrounding towns * 

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and villages where no papers are published : Bassvvood, Newdale, 
Cadurcis, Molina, Totonka, Oak River and Pettapiece. 

REPORTER, weekly; Rube AUyn, publisher ; established 1890; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n i 

RATHWELL, pop. 150, District of MacDonald, on the C. P. R., 65 
miles S. \V. of Winnipeg, 25 miles S. W. of Portage la Prairie ; Tel. , 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town contains three 
churches, four elevators, good public school and hospital. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Indian 
Ford, St. Claude, Haywood and Hyde Park. 

RECORD, weekly; M. B. McCausland, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. 

See Treherne Times. 

RES T ON, pop. 500., District of Brandon, on the C. P. R., 175 miles 
W^. ot Winnipeg, 15 miles from the Saskatchewan Boundary; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Eagleton, Sinclair, Bardal, 
Elm Valley and Mandal. 

RECORDER, weekly; Manning Bros., publishers; established 
1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six to eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

RIVERS, District of Brandon, on the C. P. R., northwest of Brandon ; 
. Tel. , Ex., Bank. Chiet Industry: farming. 

GAZETTE, weekly ; no report. 

ROBLIN, pop. 300, District of Marquette, on the C. N. R., 241 miles 
N.W. of Winnipeg and 10 miles from the Saskatchewan Boundary, 
near the Duck and Riding Mountains ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : grain growing, cattle raising and lumbering. 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, Shortdale, Castleavery. Millwood and Togo. 

MESSENGER AND SHELL RIVER NEWS, weekly; A. G. 
Graham, publisher; established 1906; independent; Thursday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n )^ 

ROLAND, pop. 600, District of MacDonald, on Morris and Brandon 
branch of Can. Nor. Ry., 67 miles S. W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming and stock raising. The town 
contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Pomeroy, Lowe Farm and 
Myrtle. 

NEWS (Roland and Rosebank), weekly; S. T. Tyndale, pub- 
lisher ; established 1898 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^.^ inches. Circ'n % 

ROSE BANK, District of MacDonald, on Morris and Brandon branch 
of C.N. R., 75 miles S.W. of Winnipeg; Tel., Ex. Chief Indu*ries : 
farming and stock raising. 

NEWS, weekly; S. T. Tynedale, publisher. See Roland News. 



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RUSSEL, pop. 600, District of Marquette, terminus of the Shell River 
branch of the C. P. R. , 220 miles N. W. of Winnipeg", and about 10 
miles from the Sasketchewan boundary line; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : ranching, farming" and lumbering. The town con- 
tains besides its 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, Rossburn, Binscarth, Millwood, Barnardo and Solsg'irth. 

BANNER, weekly; Joseph Mclntyre, publisher; established 
1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eig'ht to twelve 
pages, 5 col., 18 inches. 

ST. BONIFACE, pop. 6,500, District of Provencher, on the Red 
River, immediately opposite Winnipeg, on the Emerson branch of 
the C. P. R. and C. N. R. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. An iron traffic 
and passenger bridge gives access to Winnipeg". Chief Industries : 
lumbering, farming, fur trading and tanneries. The city contains 
Roman Catholic churches, schools, convent, R. C. hospital and 
college, also the R. C. Bishop's residence and an orphanagfe. It 
has water works and fire department. Surrounding villag'es 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 $1.00 ; four 
pagfes, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n zi^ 

NORWOOD PRESS, weekly. See Winnipeg. 

SELKIRK, pop. 2,701, District of Selkirk, on the East bank of the Red 
River, and the Selkirk branch of the C. P. R. and terminus of W., 
S. & L. W. Ry., at the head of deep water navig'ation, 22 miles N. of 
Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw and planing" 
mills, lumbering, boat-building, fishing" and farming. The town con- 
tains six churches, hig"h and public schools, town hall, opera house, 
free library, three hotels, liver}' stables, stores, etc. The surround- 
ing" district is g"Ood farming land. 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. 

RECORD, weekly; Robt. W. Stewart, editor and publisher; 
established 1885; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

SHOAL LA^E, pop. 750, District of Marquette, on C. P. R., 171 
miles N. W. of Winnipeg, 60 miles N. of Brandon and 115 miles 
N.W. of Portage La Prairie; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : cattle raising" and mixed farming. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores, six elevators and several warehouses, four churches, 
five schools and three hotels. Surrounding villages where no papers 
are published : Strathclair, Newdale, Basswood, Kelloe, Solsgirth, 
Oakburn and Rossburn. 

STAR, weekly; R. G. Widdicombe, publisher; established 1898; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00: eig'ht pages, 5 col., 
18 inches. Circ'n % 



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SIDNEY, pop. 200, District of Portage La Prairie, on the C. P. R., go 
miles W. of Winnipeg-, 39 miles E. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex. Chief 
Industries : mixed farming, brick and tile making. Surrounded by 
excellent clay loam district, high and dry, with good water. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Panser, 
Austin, Melbourne, Arizona, Edrans, Kerfoot and MacLachlan. 

SPECTATOR, weekly; A. E. Hilder, publisher; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00 : eight pages, 7 col., 
193^ inches. Circ'n % 

SIFTON, District of Dauphin, on the C. N. R., 194 miles N. W. of 
Winnipeg, 348 miles S. E. of Prince Albert and 16 miles N. of 
Dauphin, its banking town; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry: farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Valley River, Melton, Venlaw, Ethelbert, Oakbrae and Fork River. 

N EWS, weekly. No report. 

SOU Rio, pop. 1,413, District of Brandon, on Souris River and Souris 
and S.W. branches of the C. P. R., 150 miles W. of Winnipeg and 15 
miles S.W. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farm- 
ing, lumbering, foundry and brick yard. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores, etc., two hotels, a large high school, four churches 
and several grain elevators with a total capacity of 265,000 bushels. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Menteith 
Junction, Beresford, Menteith and Kemnay. 

PLAIN DEALER, weekly; Wm. J. Barclay, publisher; estab- 
lished 1892; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n ^2 

STONEWALL, pop. 1,200, District of Selkirk, on the Stonewall Sec- 
tion of the C. P. R., 20 miles N. W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming, grist mills, baking powder factory, plan- 
ing mill, stone quarries and lime kilns. The town contains four 
churches, fine new high school and two public schools. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Erinview, 
Balmoral, Wavy Bank, Rosser, Stoney Mountain, Strathewen and 
Teulon. 

ARGUS, weekl)' ; John Stratton, publisher; established 1893; 
liberal; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 18 x 24. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Joseph McClure, publisher; established 
1894; conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 

7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n % 



SWAN LAKE, pop. 275, District of MacDonald, on Winnipeg- Virden 
Branch of Can. Nor. Ry., 83 miles S.W. of Winnipeg and 65 miles 
S. E. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, 
stock raising and large flour mill. Surrounding villages where no 
papers are published : Leary's, Indian Springs, Mariapolis, Kingsley, 
Beaconsfield and Norquay. 

ECHO, weekly; M. D. Morrison, publisher; established 1902; 
independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

SWAN RIVER, pop. 500, District of Dauphin, on the Swan River 
and Can. Nor. Ry., about 10 miles from the boundary line of Sas- 
katchewan, 240 miles N. W. of Winnipeg, and 1 15 miles N. of Birtle ; 
Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : farming:. Surrounding villages 



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where no papers are published : Birt River, Bowsman, Lidstone, 
Harling'ton, Minburg" and Fishers. 

STAR, weekly; W. H. Glendrnning, publisher; established igoo ; 
independent ; Friday ; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages. Circ'n yi 

TREHERNE, pop. 750, District of Macdonald, on the Winnipeg- 
Souris branch of C.P. R., 77 miles S. W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : planing mill, machine shops, grist mills, 
flour mills, stock raising and farming. The town contains, besides 
its stores, etc., five churches, two hotels, six grain elevators, with 
total capacity of 214,000 bushels, and good public and high schools. 
It is lighted by electricity and has concrete walks. Surrounding 
villages where no papers are published : Olive, Indian Ford, and 
Notre Dame de Lourdes. 

TIMES, weekly; M. B. McCausland, publisher; established 
1899; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
19^4^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

Also publishes Rathiuell Record, circulation of which is included in 
above rating. 

V IRDEN, pop. 1,471, District of Brandon, on Ebor Creek and C. P. R., 
185 miles W. of Winnipeg, 37 miles W. of Brandon, 39 miles S. E. of 
Moosomin ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, stock 
raising and flour mills. The town contains three churches, public 
school, and six elevators, with a capacity of 200,000 bushels. Sur- 
rounding villages where no papers are published : Hargrave, Daly, 
Woodworth, Routledge, Hillview and Lenore. 

EMPIRE-ADVANCE, weekly; J. A. McLachlan, publisher; 
established 1885 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i j^ 

WAoKADA, pop. 400, District of Souris, on Deloraine to Lyleton spur 
of Pembina section of C. P. R., 185 miles S.W. of W^innipeg, 50 miles 
S. of Virden ; Tel., T. , Ex.^Bank. Chief Industries : farming and 
ranching. Surrounding villages where no papers are published : 
Coulter, Corona, Princess,. Montefiore, Sourisford and Hernefield. 

EXPOSITOR AND GOODLANDS STAR, weekly; L. M. 
Young, proprietor and publisher ; established 1903 ; independent ; 
Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 21^ inches. 

Circ'n |4f 
WAWANESA, pop. 530, District of Brandon, on Souris River and 
Morris and Brandon branch Can. Nor. Ry., i 20 miles S. W. of Winni- 
peg, 25 miles S. E. of Brandon ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Bank. Chief Industry : 
agriculture. 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 ; Frederick Batty, publisher; estab- 
lished 1903; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ n yi 

WINNIPEG, pop. 122,500, 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 W. of Montreal and 1,481 miles E. 
of Vancouver; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Eighteen main or branch 
lines of railroad centre in the city. Chief Industries j, flour, saw, 
planing, grist and oatmeal mills, foundries, machine shops, brewer- 
ies, manufactories of soap, biscuit, . confectionery, clothing, boots ^ 
and shoes, pickles and sauces, aerated waters, cured meats, linseeu 

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oil, quarries, abattoirs, etc. Winnipeg is the wholesale and jobbing 
centre of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. It has forty-one 
branches of eighteen chartered banks. Bank clearings, 1900, $106,- 
956,720; 1905, $369,868,179; 1906, $504,585,914; 1907, $599,667,376; 
1908, $614,111,801. The city contains 122 churches and missions, 
33 public schools, with a registered attendance exceeding 15,000, 
and six parochial schools with 1200 pupils, six colleges, a university, 
new agricultural college, academies, ladies' schools, the Provincial 
Government buildings, court house, gaols, chief offices of the 
Dominion Government in the west, city hall, million dollar Canadian 
Pacific Railway Hotel, $135,000 Carnegie library. Industrial Exhibi- 
tion building costing $160,000, markets, fire stations and police 
stations, water works, electric street and house lighting, gas, elec- 
tric street railway, seven bridges, permanent and volunteer military 
force. The history of Winnipeg, with its wonderful growth and 
progress, reads like a chapter from some romance. Buildings 
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; years 1903-4-5, $26,187,350; years 1906-7-8, 
$24,562,200. Thirty-five 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 rail- 
road and business centre of the Canadian Northwest. Twenty-two 
railway tracks radiate from it, and the C.P. R. yard here, with its 
iio miles of sidings, is the largest in the world controlled by a 
single corporation. 3,600 railway employees reside in the city. It 
is in the famous Red River Valley, and surrounded by good farm- 
ing, timber, and mining districts with extensive lake fisheries. The 
streets of the city are generally wide, the principal avenues being 
132 feet, and many are paved with asphalt, block and macadam. 
The sidewalks are concrete, tile and plank. The city is spreading 
rapidly over a wide territory, with its wide streets and its detached 
houses. Not less than 13,990 acres have been covered by its 166 
miles of sewers, 296 miles of paved and graded streets, 100 miles of 
which are boulevarded, and 350 miles of sidewalks. Approximately 
185 miles of water mains have been laid down since the city's incor- 
poration about 35 years ago. There are over 14,000 sewer and 
over 19,000 water connections. In 1890 the rateable assessment of 
the city was $18,612,410; in 1900, $25,077,460; in 1902; $28,615,810, 
in 1905, $62,727,630; in 1906, $80,511,725, and in 1908, $116,400,660. 
These facts give some idea of the rapid progress being made. The 
grain business of the Canadian West centres in Winnipeg, and for 
the last year the amount of wheat exports exceeded 70,000,000 
bushels. This is evidence enough of the nature of the soil tributarv 
to Winnipeg. In addition to agriculture a considerable fishing busi- 
ness is done in the large Northern lakes, and timber and mining 
enterprises abound on their shores. Winnipeg city owns and oper- 
ates its own asphalt paving plant, its own quarry, public lighting, 
water works, including high pressure systenj for fire protection 
costing $560,000, and fire alarm plants. Winnipeg has decided to 
encourage manufacturers by affording cheap power. A power site 
has been secured on the Winnipeg River where a total of 60,000 
h.p. can be developed. The citizens have passed a by-law authoris- 
ing the city to borrow $3,250,000 to be used in acquiring this site 
and installing the necessary plant and works to bring additional 
power to the city, where a private power company now operates. 
The city owns and operates its own gas plant to provide power for 
its high pressure system of waterworks. 

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FREE PRESS (evening' edition, Evening Nexus Bulletin), every 
morningf and evening except Sunday ; Manitoba Free Press Co., 
publishers, E. H. Macklin, manager ; established 1874 ; liberal ; sub- 
scription $3.00 to $6.00; fourteen to forty-eight pages, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual averag'e for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 36,048'^ 

WEEKLY ; established 1872 ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
eighteen to twenty-four pages; 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2*7, 425'^ 

Advt. — The Manitoba Free Press is supreme in tlie City of Winnipeg, selling 
every day more papers than there are English speaking homes. It also substantially 
covers the entire Candian IVest, from Lake Superior to the Rocky Mountains. The 
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer is the leading weekly in Westerti Canada, 
having a larger paid circulation than any other 2veekly published in this territory. 
See Advt. Page 5, 

TELEGRAM, every evening and morning except Sunday; Tele- 
gram Printing Co., Ltd., publishers, M. E. Nichols, president and 
editor, C. A. Abraham, business manager ; established 1894 ; con- 
servative ; subscription, $6.00 morning, $3.00 evening ; twelve to 
forty-eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 23,315'A' 

WEEKLY (Farmers' Telegram) ; established 1894; Wednesday; 
subscription $1.00; sixteen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 20,909* 

Advt. — The A. A. A. of New York has examined attd certified to the circulation of 
The Telegram. It is the favorite paper in thousands of homes throughout the three 
Prairie Provinces. Population over a million. It is the best by test, rate and circu- 
lation considered. See A dvt. Page 2i. 

TRIBUNE, every evening except Sunday; Tribune Publishing 
Co., publishers; established 1890; independent; subscription $2.00 ; 
ten pages up, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

WEEKLY; established 1890; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
sixteen to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 21 J^ inches. 

CANADIAN SCOTSMAN, weekly; Archie Speirs, publisher; 
established 1905 ; liberal; Saturday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^' inches. See Advt. Page 122. Circ'n i 

CENTRAL CATHOLIC, weekly; The Central Catholic, pub- 
lishers ; established 1906 ; religious, Roman Catholic ; Saturday ; 
subscription $1.50; sixteen pages, size 8^ x 12. 

COMMERCIAL, weekly; Hugh C. MacLean Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers; established 1882; commercial and financial; Saturday; 
subscription $2.00 ; thirty-six to sixty pages, 2 or 4 col., 12^ inches. 

Circ'n \%, 

Also publish Vancouver Wester7i Lumhermaji and lVester?i Can- 
ada Contractor . 

FARMERS' ADVOCATE, AND HOME JOURNAL, weekly; 
Farmers' Advocate of Winnipeg, Ltd., publishers; established 1866; 
agricultural; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; twenty-four to forty- 
four pages ; 3 and 4 col., 12^ inches. See Advt. Page 125. Circ'n 20 

MANITOBA GAZETTE, weekly ; Provincial Government, pub- 
lishers, Jas. Hooper, King's Printer; established 1871 ; official; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; about twenty-four pages, i col., 7^ 
inches. 

MIRROR, weekly; Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd., publishers; 
record paper of Winnipeg Newspaper Union List ; Saturday ; four 
pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

See Winnipeg Neivspaper Union List. 

See Advt. Pages 22 and 23. 

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NORTH ENDER, weekly; Voice Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1899; independent, local; Thursday; free distribution; 
four to eight pages, 7 col., 21 X inches. 

Circ'n 3^, distributed free. • 

Also publish Winnifefr Voice. See Advt. Page 66. 

NORWOOD PRESS, AND ST. BONIFACE ECHO, weekly; 
Everett Boyd, editor ; established 1906 ; independent ; Friday ; sub- 
scription $t.oo ; eight pages, size 13 x 20. 

SATURDAY POST, weekly; Winnipeg Saturday Post, Ltd., 
publishers; established 1907; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
$2.00; twelve pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 90. 

TOWN TOPICS, weekly; Town Topics Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1897 • literary and society ; Saturday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; sixteen pages, 4 col., 13 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

VOICE, weekly; Voice Publishing Co., publishers ; established 
1894; labor; Friday; subscription $1.00; ten to sixteen pages, 
6 col., 1934 inches. Circ'n 4^ 

Also publish Winnipeg North Ender. 

See Advt. Page 66. 

WINNIPEG NEWSPAPER UNION LIST, a list of 162 
country weeklies; Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd., publishers; 
inside or outside pages are printed in Winnipeg and the balance by 
each individual paper. Combined Circ'n 74 

Advt. — The home tveekly, containing all the local newt, is the paper people in the 
country and small to^vns read most thoroughly. The Winnipeg Newspaper Union 
List comprises over 160 local ■weeklies, covering thoroughly Manitoba, Saskatchewan . 
Alberta and Hritish Columbia. See Advt. Pages 22 and 2j. 

CANADA, Swedish, weekly ; Canada Weekly Printing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1893 5 liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; fourteen pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 5^ 

CANADA POSTEN, Swedish, weekly; Swedish Canadian 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1904; liberal; Wednes- 
day; subscription $1.00; eight or ten pages, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Circ'n 2% 

CANADIAN FARMER, Ruthenian (Galician), weekly; Canada 
Northwest Publishing Co., publishers; established 1902; independ- 
ent-liberal; Friday; subscription $1.50; six pages, 7 col., 21 
inches. Circ'n 3)^ 

CANADIAN HUNGARIAN, Hungarian, weekly; I. Burger, 
publisher; established 1905; independent; Saturday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, size 14 x 20. 

GERMAN I A, German, weekly; Germania Printing and Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1904; conservative; Thurs- 
day; subscription $1.00; ten to sixteen pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n 6 

HEIMSKRINGLA, Icelandic, weekly; Heimskringla News & 
Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1886; conservative; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $2.00 ; four to six pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Circ'n 2% 

LOG BERG, Icelandic, weekly; Logberg Printing & Publishing 
Co., publishers ; established 1888 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n 3 

NORDEN, Norwegian, weekly; Norden Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1907 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i^ 



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NORDWESTEN, German, weekly; Nordwesten Publishing 

Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1889; independent; Wednesday; 

subscription $1.50; sixteen to thirty-two pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual averagfe for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1*7,645* 
Advt. — Canada'^ representative Gertnan newspaper covers the eftiire German 

population of Western Canada as its exclusive field ; visits every German Iwme in 

IVestern Canada once a -week. See Advt. Page 72. 

ELMWOOD HERALD, semi-monthly. No report. 

NOR' -WE ST FARMER, semi-monthly; Nor- West Farmer, 
Ltd., publishers ; established 1882 ; agricultural ; 5Lh and 20th of 
month ; subscription $r.oo ; forty to forty-eight pages, 4 col., 13 
inches. Circ'n 20^ 

SILENT ECHO, semi-monthly; Institution for Deaf and Dumb, 
publishers; established 1892; deaf mutes ; ist and 15th of month; 
subscription 50 cents ; eight pages, 2 col., 9^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

WESTERN OUTLOOK, semi-monthly; Baptist Convention of 
Western Canada, publishers ; established 1885 as North West Bap- 
tist ; religious. Baptist ; ist and 15th of month ; subscription $1.00; 
twelve pages, 3 col., 11 inches. 

CANADA WEST, monthly; Vanderhoof-Gunn Co., Ltd., pub- 
publishers; established 1906; literary, illustrated ; subscription $1.00; 
one hundred and twenty-two to one hundred and forty-six pages, 
2 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 13 

Adz't. — " Canada IVest " is the only magazine and the only high-class publication 
in the prairie provinces. Mosi quoted and most commented upon in Canada. Last 
year published art product iof is by Harrison Fisher, F. de Forrest Schook, M. B. 
Aleshire, et al., and literary -work of Arthur Stringer, Emerson Hough, IVilliatn 
Whyte, Forrest Crissey, S. E. Kiser, IVm. Hard and others. Advertising clean . 
and repuiabU: Circulation szvorn. See Advt. Page 43. 

CANADIAN FARM IMPLEMENTS, monthly; Canadian 
Farm Implements, Ltd., publishers ; established 1904 ; implement 
trade ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty-four pages, 4 col. , 1 2 inches. 

Circ'n 3 

CANADIAN THRE5HERMAN AND FARMER, monthly; 
E. H. Heath Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1902; farm machin- 
ery ; subscription 50 cents ; sixty to one hundred and twenty pages, 
4 col., 13 inches. 

See Adi't. Fajgre 24. 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER, monthly. No report. 

FARM CROPS, monthly; Bulman Bros., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1904 ; agricultural ; ist of month ; subscription 50 cents ; 
fifty-eight to ninety pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. ' 

GRAIN GROWERS' GUIDE, monthly; Manitoba Grain 
Growers' Association, publishers, R. McKenzie, editor and manager; 
established 1908; agricultural; 15th of month; subscription $1.00; 
sixty pages, 2 col., 10)^ inches. 

MANITOBA COLLEGE JOURNAL, monthly; students ot 
Manitoba College, 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 7 x 10. 

WAGH CRN'S GUIDE, monthly; The Guide Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1884 ; railway time tables and business man's 
reference ; subscription $1.00 ; 160 pages, i col., 5X inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for- 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 7,356* 

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WESTERN CANADA CONTRACTOR and Builders- 
Gazette, monthly; Ilujii^h C. MaeLean Co., Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1903 ; contractors and builders ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty- 
four pag'es, 2 col. , 1 2 inches. 

Also publish Cornmcra'al and I'aticoui'er U^cstern Liunberman. 

WESTERN CANADA MEDICAL JOURNAL, monthly; 
Western Canada Medical Journal Publishing^ Co., Ltd., publishers. 
Dr. G. Osborne Hug^hes, editor, M. Reginald Phillips, business 
manag^er ; established 1907 ; medical ; 15th of month ; subscription 
$2.00; forty-eight to sixty pages, 2 col., 7^ inches. 

WESTERN CANADIAN WINE AND SPIRIT TRADE 
REVIEW, monthly ; Schulz Webster & Co., publishers ; established 
1908 ; wine and spirit trade ; subscription $1.00 ; sixteen pages, 
2 col., ID inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Pag^e 74. 

WESTERN HOME MONTHLY, monthly; Home Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; established 1899 ; literary and household ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; sixty pages up, 3 and 4 col., 13 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 35,884* 

Adi't. — The JVesterti Hotne Monthly has the largest home circulation of any pub- 
lication printed west of the Great Lakes in Canada ; J^^.txxj "proven " guaranteed 
circulation, 2/,ooo in the farm homes, 8,000 additional in the towns and hamlets 
outside of Winnipeg in Canada. Carries more " Keyed" ads. than any other pub- 
lication in Western Canada. Why? Because it has sho7vn advertisers bigger results. 
Advtg. rates 10 cents per line for ij3oo or more lines, 12 cents per line for less than 
1,000 lines. Subscription lists open for inspection. Publish 1st of every month. 
Forms close soth of preceding month. See .4dvt. Page 2g. 

WESTERN LUMBERMAN, monthly; Hugh C. MacLean 
Co.jl^td., publishers. See Vaiicoitz'er. 

WESTERN MUNICIPAL NEWS, monthly; Willson Station- 
ery Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1906; municipal interests; 
5th of month ; subscription $1.00 ; thirty-two pages, 2 col., 9^ 
inches. Circ'n 2^ 

.SV^ Adi't. Page 80. 

WESTERN WATCHMAN, monthly; A. G. Alton, editor and 
publisher; established 1897; Brotherhood, A.O.U.W. ; subscription 
50 cents ; eight pages, size 13^4 x 20)A. 

ZENITH, monthh" ; Marshall- Wells Hardware Co., publishers; 
established 1902 ; house organ, hardware trade ; free distribution ; 
ninety- six pages, i or 2 col., 7 inches. 

BREIDABLIK, Icelandic, monthly; Breidablik Publishing Co., 
publishers; established 1905; independent; subscription Si. 00; 
twenty pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 2^^'' 

CANADI, Hungarian, monthly. No report. 

FREYJA, Icelandic, monthlj' ; Freyja Printing and Publishing 
Co., publishers, Margret J. Benedictsson, editor; established 1898; 
woman's rights ; twenty-four to forty-eight pages, i or 2 col., 6^ 
inches. Circ'n 2^4 

SAMEININGIN, Icelandic, monthly; Lutheran Synod of 
Canada, publishers ; established 1888 : Lutheran ; subscription 
$1.00 ; thirty-two pages, size 6x9. 



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PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN. 



The Province of Saskatchewan was established by Act of the Dominion 
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 alluvial plain of the Cana- 
dian 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. Longitude. 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 continuous 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. Of this less than 6,000,000 
acres were under crop in 1908. There are 86,000 square miles of land suit- 1 
able for grain growing, 32,000 square miles more that only need irrigation 
to fit them for raising wheat, and over 100,000 square miles suited for 
ranching and mixed farming. Wheat growing is, of course, the chief busi- 
ness of the province. The crop of wheat in 1908 was 50,590,070 bushels; 
of oats, 48,827,759 bushels; barley, 3,969,334 bushels, and of flax, 2,636,691 
bushels. It took over two thousand threshing machines to handle the 
crop. The total elevator capacity in the province is over 13,000,000 
bushels. Thousands of settlers are pouring in from Eastern Canada, Great 
Britain, the L^nited States and Europe, attracted by the cheap, but exceed- 
ingly productive and valuable land. The average value of Saskatchewan 
farm lands at the present time is a little over $20.00 an acre. Timber is 
found in some sections, generally along the banks of streams, lakes and 
rivers. V^aluable 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 i8o per cent, 
from 1901, and it is now considerably over 300,000. In 1907 there were 
over 2,000 miles of railway in the province, and new lines and branches are 
being built in all directions. The Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern, 
Grand Trunk Pacific and Great Northern Railways are rapidly extending 
their lines, and the whole province will soon be supplied with means of 
transportation. Towns and villages are springing up quickly along the 
railways, and already there are 4 cities, 39 towns and 94 villages. Bank- 
ing facilities 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 rapidl)'. The province is governed by a LieutenanJUGovemor, an 
Executive Council and a Legislative Assembly of 41 members. Capital, 
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ABERNETHY, pop. 400, District of North Qu'Appelle, on Pheasant 
Hills branch of West Div. C. P R., 180 miles N. W. of Brandon, 
60 miles N.E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., 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, Chickney, 
Kenlis, Blackwood and Lebret. 

ABERN ETHAN, weekly; Abernethy Printing Co., publishers; 
established 1905; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four 
pages, 5 col., 17^4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

ALAMEDA, pop. 400, District of Souris, on Kemnay to Estevan sec- 
tipn of West. Div. C. P. R, 130 miles S. E. of Regina, 40 miles W. ot 
Manitoba boundary line, and 10 miles N. of N. Dakota boundary 
line, 32 miles E. of Estevan ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
wheat and stock raising. Surrounding villages where no papers are 
published: Hirsch, Cateville, Frobisher and Glen Ewen. 

DISPATCH, weekly; J. P. Gordon, publisher: established 1901 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

ARCOLA, pop. 1,000, District of Cannington, on the Souris-Regina 
branch of C. P. R., 105 miles S. E. of Regina, 48 miles west of 
Manitoba boundary line, 27 miles N. of Alameda ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching, planing and flour mills, 
and brickyard. The town has, besides its stores and residences, 
public and high schools, three churches, town hall and new court 
house. It is the centre of a large and growing agricultural district. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Kisbey, Coteau, Percy, Hildebrand and Dennington. 

MOOSE MOUNTAIN STAR, weekly; A. D. McLeod, pub- 
lisher ; established 1901 ; independent-liberal ; Friday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i 

TIMES, weekly; V. M. Consineau, publisher; established 1907; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
193^ inches. ^ Circ'n ^ 

ASQUITH, District of Saskatoon, on Pheasant Hills branchof C.P.R., 
26 miles W. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : grain 
growing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Iwana, Juniata, Rhy, Kinley, Hawoods and Dumferline. 

EMPIRE, weekly. No report. 

BALCARRES, pop. 400, District of North Qu'Appelle on the C.P.R., 
50 miles N.E. of Regina; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farm- 
ing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Lebret, Chickney, Patrick and Pichet. 

N EWS, weekly. No report. 

BATTLEFORD, pop. 1,200, District of Battleford, on the North Sas- 
katchewan and Battle Rivers and C.N.R., io8 miles S. W. of Prince 
Albert, 85 miles N. W'. of Saskatoon, 280 miles S. E. of Edmonton ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : saw and grist mills, stock 
raising and farming. The town contains four churches and two 
public schools, court house. Dominion land office, Indian office, 
Indian school, R.N.W.M.P. barracks, head quarters of "C " division, 

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and grain elevator. Surrounding' towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Ruddell, Denholm, Brada, Bresaylor and 
Delmas. 

PRESS, weekly ; Osborne & Smith, proprietors ; established 
1906 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 6 col., igj^ inches. 

SASKATCHEWAN HERALD, weekly; Estate of P. G. 
Laurie, publishers ; established 1878 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

BROADVIEW, pop. 700, District of Grenfell, on main line C.P.R., 
90 miles E. of Regina, 100 miles W. of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming, brick works and a divisional point on the 
C. P. R. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Oakshela, Ohlen, Percival, Forest Farm and Hillesden. 

EXPRESS, weekly ; Mrs. E. E. Hawkes, publisher ; established 
1905 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CANORA, District of Yorkton, on C.N.R., 303 miles N.W. of Winni- 
peg, 190 miles S.E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : 
farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Mikado, Tetlock, Devil's Lake, Tiny and Buchanan. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Advertiser Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1908; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages. 

CARIEVALE, pop. 250, District of Souris, on Estevan-Brandon 
branch of C. P.R. 231 miles W. of Winnipeg, 88 miles W. of Brandon 
and 5 miles from U.S. boundary line ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming and stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Workman, Elmore, Winlaw and 
Audrey. 

NEWS, weekly ; A. G. Flewelling, proprietor. 
See Gainsboro Post. 

CAKLYLE, pop. 450, District of Cannington, on Souris-Regina section 
of C. P. R. , 150 miles S. E. of Regina, 130 miles S.W. of Brandon ; 
Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. The 
tow^n 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 lodges. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Wauchope, Fairlight, 
Maryfield, Wawota and Kisby. 

HERALD, weekly; Jarrott & Holmes, publishers; established 
1903 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $i.oo ; four pages, 7 col., 
21^ inches. Circ'n 1^4 

CAR N DUFF, pop. 650, District of Souris, on the Souris-Estevan 
section of C. P. R., 235 miles W. of Winnipeg, 15 miles W. of the 
Manitoba boundary line and 12 miles from U.S. boundary; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. Carnduff is the centre of a 
great wheat producing country. The town contains three churches, 
school, town hall and opera house and has a fire department. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Glen 
P2wen, Meridian, Elmore, Workman, Oakley and Audrey. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Hugh J. \\ ilson, publisher; established 
1900 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $r.oo ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. See Advt. Page 108. Circ'n y^ 

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CARON, pop. 2t5, District of Moose Jaw, on main line of C. P. R., 
58 miles W. of Regfina, 17 miles W. of Moosejaw, and 60 miles from 
U.S. boundary line ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: farming. In 
the second heaviest gfrain yielding- district of Saskatchewan, accord- 
ing to Government reports. Besides its stores Caron contains four 
elevators, three churches and a school. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Boharm, Parkbeg, Lake 
Valley, Chaplin and Meeksville. 

ENTERPRISE, BROVVNLEE BANNER, EYEBROW EYE- 
OPENER, iMORSE MONITOR AND MORTLACH NEWS, 
weekly ; J. Robert Long, publisher; established 1905; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

CHURCHBRIDGE, pop. loo, District of Saltcoats, on C.P.R., 190 
miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 23 miles S.E. of Yorkton and 16 miles from 
the Manitoba boundary ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry : farming. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Breden- 
bury, Thingvalla, Dovedale, Kinbrae and Clumber. 

SURPRISE, weekly. No report. 

CRAIK, pop. 229, District of Moosejaw, on Prince Albert branch of 
C. P. R., 74 miles N.W. of Regina. Chief Industry: farming. 
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 .A^ylesbury. 

NEWS, weekly; Lee Bronson, editor and manager; estab- 
■ lished 1908 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 22 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

CREELIvlAN, pop. 250, District of Cannington, on Regina-Arcola 
branch of C.P. R. , 70 miles S.E. of Regina, 40 miles N.W. of Areola; 
Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industry: grain growing. The town contains 
two churches, public school, hall and three elevators. The sur- 
rounding district is noted for its No. i Hard Wheat. Settlers all 
Canadian and American. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published ; Froude, Griffin, Hume, Huronville, Stony- 
brook and Graytown. 

GAZETTE, weekly; S. R. Carrothers &. F. A. Widdifield, pub- 
lishers ; established 1908 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

Set- Advt. Page 85. 

CUPAR, pop. 162, District of North Qu'Appelle, on Pheasant Hills 
branch of C. P. R., 219 miles N.W. of Brandon, 164 miles from junc- 
tion at Kirkella, 38 miles N. E. of Regina. Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : farming. The town contains, besides its stores, three 
churches, school, hotel and three elevators. It is situated in the 
centre of a first-cl.iss agricultural district. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Markinch, Dysart, Dalrym- 
ple and Wheatwyn. 

HERALD, weekly; James R. Andrews, publisher; established 
1906; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, sizo 
15 X 22. 

DAVIDSON, pop. 750, District of Moose Jaw, on the Prince Albert 
branch of the C. P. R., 90 miles N.W. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : agriculture and ranching. Settled in 1903, the 
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churches, one elevator and good water, and is the centre of a pro- 
g'ressive district. Surrounding- towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Bonnington, Girvin and Riverview. 

LEADER, weekly; J. Clarke Knox, publisher; established 1904 ; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 6 col., 
19'/^ inches. Circ'n Yi 

DELISLE, District of Saskatoon, on C.N.R., a few miles S.W. of Sas- 
katoon ; Tel., Ex., BanR. Chief Industry : farming. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; W. S. Taylor, publisher ; established 
1908 ; independent-liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 4 col., 13 inches. 

DRINKWATER, pop. 150, District of Regina, on C. P. R., 19 miles 
S. E. of Moose Jaw and 25 miles S.W. of Regina; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : grain growing. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Pasqua, Belle Plaine and 
Briercrest. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Seager-Cave Co., publishers. See Rouleau 
Ente?';prise. 

DUCK LAKE, pop. 439, District of Rosthern, on the Prince Albert 
branch of the C. N. R., 38 miles S.W. of Prince Albert ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. The town contains two schools, 
Indian Industrial school, three churches, flour mill, two elevators, 
two hotels, and all businesses well represented. It is the centre of 
a rich agricultural district. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Batoche, Garonne, Carlton and Tiefen- 
grund. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Wm. H. Cross, publisher; established 
1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 
151^ X 22. 

EARL GREY, pop. loo, District of Last Mountain, on the Pheasant 
Hills branch of C. P. R., 33 miles N. of Regina, 146 miles S.E. of 
Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Butterton, 
Bulyea, Marieton, Silton, Verna and Southey. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Malcolm Ferguson, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19/^ inches. 

ESTERHAZY, pop. 231, District of Pheasant Hills, on the C. P. R., 

no miles E. of Regina, and 25 miles from the Saskatchewan bound- 
ary line ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Sumner, Stock- 
holm, Kolin, Kaposvar and Hazel Cliflfe. 

OBSERVER AND PHEASANT HILLS ADVERTISER, 

weekly ; Brown & Ford, publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; 
Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

ESTEVAN, pop. 1,200, District of Estevan, on Souris River and junc- 
tion of Souris branch C. P. R., and Soo line to St. Paul, 140 miles 
S.W. of Brandon, 144 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw, 24 miles N.W. of 
North Portal, N.D., 9 miles N. of the N. Dakota boundary line ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and rancjiing, plan- 
ing and flour mills, bottling works, railway roundhouse and repair 
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town has seven churches, public school, public library. Dominion 
land office, R. N. VV. M. Police barracks and five hotels. Surround- 
ing- towns and villag-es where no papers are published : Hitchcock, 
Taylorton, N. Portal, Bienfait, Hirsch and Roche Perc^e. 

MERCURY, weekly; Dunbar & Cameron, publishers; estab- 
lished 1903 ; independent : Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

OBSERVER, weekly; H. T. McPhillips, publisher; established 
1906; independent; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 2 ill" inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 88. 

FILLMORE, pop. 350, District of Francis, on Souris-Regina branch 
of C.P.R., 65 miles S.E. of Regina; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Is centre 
of one of the best wheat growing districts in Saskatchewan, settled 
entirely by Canadians, Americans or British. More steam plowing 
in this locality than in any other part of Western Canada. Good 
water. Town has two churches and a good school. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Osage, Griffin, 
Alpha, Hume, Froude and Huronville. 

PRESS, weekly; James I. Ross, publisher; established 1906; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pag-es, 5 col., i^Yi 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

FORGET, pop. 400, District of Cannington, on the C. P. R., 90 miles 
S. E. ot Regina; Tel., Ex. 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 ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 6 col., 22 inches. 

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FRANCIS, pop. 225, District of Francis, on Areola extension of 
C. P. R., 40 miles S. E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Francis is the 
centre of a great wheat belt, and has a 100,000 bushel elevator. 
The town contains churches, schools, and a fine hotel, besides its 
stores, etc., and has a waterworks system. ^Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Kronan, Osage and Lajord. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; J. S. Brundige, publisher; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 20 inches. 

GAINSBORO, pop. 350, District of Souris, on Brandon-Estevan 
branch of C. P. R., 67 miles E. of Estevan, 225 miles W. of Winnipeg, 
and 2 miles W. of the Manitoba boundary line ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : gfrist mill, farming and ranching. The town con- 
tains three churches and a public school. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Workman, Elmore and 
Winlaw. 

POST AND CARIEVALE NEWS; A. G. Flewelling, pub- 
• Usher ; established 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eig-ht pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

GOV AN, pop. 400, District of Last Mountain, on Kirkella branch of 
C. P.R., 100 miles S.E. of Saskatoon, 60 miles N.W. of Regina ; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and vil- 



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lag'es where no papers are published : Lockwood, Seman's, Ray- 
more, Bulyea, Venn and Eastview. 

PRAIRIE NEWS, weekly; Sam. J. Latta, publisher; estab- 
lished 1907 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten to twelve 
pag^es, 5 col., 1714^ inches. Circ'n % 

Also publishes Lanigan Mail. 

See Advt. Page 56. 

GRENFELL, pop. i,ooo, District of Grenfell, on main line C.P.R., 
280 miles W. of Winnipeg, 77 miles E. of Regina ; Tel., T. , Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : farming, ranching, dairying and grist 
mills. The town contains seven churches, public school and a public 
library, and has a Board of Trade and Agricultural Society. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Baring, 
Brownhill, Tetlock, Oakshela, Neudorf, Graytown, Summerbury 
and Sintaluta. 

SUN, weekly; Grenfell Sun Co., publishers, D. Jeffery Rimes, 
editor ; established 1893 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^2 

GUERNSEY, District of Lost Mountain on C.P.R., 69 miles E. of 
Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Zenith, Plunket and 
Esk. 

STANDARD, weekly; Guernsey Publishing Co., publishers; 
established 1909 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 173^ inches. 

HALBRITE, pop. 272, District of Weyburn, on Soo line of C.P.R., 75 
miles S.E. of Regina and 2>2> miles N. of U.S. boundary line; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published : Ralph and Hanson. 

NEWS, weekly ; Russell & Lawrence, publishers ; established 
1906 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
20 inches. Circ'n J2 

HAN LEY, pop. 700, District of Hanley, on Prince Albert branch of 
C. N. R., 125 miles S. of Prince Albert, 37 miles S.E. of Saskatoon 
and 123 miles N. W. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : 
farming. The town contains three churches, two schools, two 
hotels and four elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Broderick, Glenside, Hawarden and 
Kenaston. 

HERALD, weekly; J. Cruikshank, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1904; liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; six pages, 6 col. , 
20 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

Also publishes Outlook Outlook. 

See Advt. Page 52. 

HEWARD, pop. 173, District of Francis, on Brandon and Regina 
branch of C. P. R., 150 miles W. of Brandon, and 80 miles S.E. of 
Regina; Tel., Ex. Chief Industry: farming. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Roxboro, Griffin, 
Fronde and New Hope. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; R. L. Caskey, publisher; established 
1904 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 
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HUMBOLDT, pi^p. 800, District of Humboldt, a divisional point on 
the CN. R., 425 miles N.W. of Winnipeg-, 402 miles E. of Edmon- 
ton, and 80 miles S. of Prince Albert ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. The 
town contains three churches, two schools, a creamery, two eleva- 
tors, two hotels, stores, Dominion Land Office, and is a port of entry 
for customs. It is the centre of a fine agricultural country. Sur- 
rounding 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 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17X inches. Circ'n y^ 

See Advl. Page 94. 

INDIAN HEAD, pop. 2,000, District of South Qu'Appelle, on main 
line of C. P. R., 100 miles N. of Estevan, 314 miles W. of Winnipeg ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : ranching and wheat farm- 
ing, planing mills, sash and door, separator and pickle factories. 
The town contains, besides its stores, etc., four hotels, and has elec- 
tric light, sewerage and waterworks systems. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Fort Qu'Appelle, 
McLean, Sintaluta and Pedley. 

PRAIRIE WITNESS, weekly; H. N. Stephenson, publisher; 
established 1895; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
7 col., 2iJ^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

VIDETTE, weekly; Vidette Publishing Co., publishers, E. H. 
Gough, manager ; established 1884 ; conservative ; Thursday ; sub- 
scription $1.00; eight to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 21^4 inches. 

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KAMSACK, pop. 500, District of Pelly, on the Assiniboine River and 
C. N. R., 278 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 12 miles from the Manitoba 
boundary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : grain and stock 
farming. The town contains three churches and public and Indian 
mission schools. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : V'eregin, Cote, Crowstand, Runnymede and Togo. 

TIMES, weekly; J. W. Scott, publisher; established 1908; inde- 
pendent ; Friday; subscription $i.oo ; eight pages, 5 col.^ 17^^ 
inches. 

LANG, pop. 350, District of Milestone, on Soo line of C. P.R., 62 miles 
S.E. of Moose Jaw, and 45 miles S. of Regina ; Tel., T. , Ex. Chief 
Industries : hog and cattle raising and grain growing. 

RECORDER, weekly; D. J. McCuaig, publisher; established 
1906 ; liberal ; Thursday ; subscription Si. 00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
20-V inches. Circ'n l^ 

LANGHAM, pop. 249, District of Saskatoon, on the C.N. R., 20 miles 
N.W., of Saskatoon, and 75 miles S.W. of Prince Albert; Tel., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming and ranching. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Dalmeny, Park 
and Halcyonia. 

TIMES, weekly; C. J. Dillingham, publisher; established 1906; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 5 col., 
17^4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

LANIGAN, District of Last Mountain, on the C.P.R., 77 miles S.E. of 
Saskatoon, 100 miles N. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Indus- 
tries : grain growing and stock raising. Surrounding towns and 

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villages where no papers are published : Zenith, Cressman, Esk, 
Jansen, Drake, Lockwood and Sinnett. 

MAIL, weekly; Sam J. Latta, publisher; established 1907; in- 
dependent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; ten pag"es, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n ]i(. 

Also publishes Goiian N'eivs. 

LASH BURN, pop. 300, District of Lloydminster, on Manitoba Div. 
of C. N. R., 75 miles W. of Battleford, 15 miles from the Alberta 
boundary line; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: mixed farming 
and ranching. The town contains churches, school, cottage hos- 
pital and stores. The soil of the surrounding district is excellent, 
and there is abundance of wood aud water. The settlers are all 
English-speaking. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Aberfeldy, Gully, Marshall, Waseca, M'aidstone and 
Birling. 

COMET, weekly; Hubert S. Vokins, publisher; established 1908; 
liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

LEMBERG, pop. 550, District of North Qu'Appelle, on Pheasant Hills 
branch of C. P. R., 65 miles N. E. of Regina, 45 miles S.W. of York- 
ton, 218 miles S. E. of Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
farming, stock raising, dairying and flour milling. The town is sur- 
rounded by one of the best wheat belts in Saskatchewan. It con- 
tains, besides its stores, five churches, school and four elevators. 
Surroimding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Chickney, Killaly, Fenwood, Pheasant Fork, Long Valley, Neudorf 
and Hyde. 

BUDGET, weekly; Budget Publishing Co., publishers; Y. C. 
Dinning, editor and manager ; established 1908 ; independent ; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00; six pages, 7 col., 21^4^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 11%. Circ'n j^ 

LLOYDIvllNSTER, pop. i,ooo. District of Lloydminster, on main 
line of C. N. R., 85 miles W. of Battleford, just E. of the Alberta 
boundary line and 200 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming and ranching. The town contains four 
churches, two public schools, immigration hall, mounted police bar- 
racks, two elevators and three hotels, and has an electric light 
plant. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Aberfeldy, Blackfoot, Kitscoty, Islay, Gully and Marshall. 

TIMES, weekly; Bertram Smith, publisher; established 1905; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 
17^ inches. Circ'n J^ 

LUMSDEN, pop. 461, District of Regina, on the Regina-Prince 
Albert branch of C.P.R., in the Qu'Appelle Valley, 20 miles N.W. of 
Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming, flour mills 
and brick works. Besides its stores, etc., the village contains three 
churches, public school, public library, opera house, R. N. W. M. P. 
quarters, hotels, four grain elevators and hospital. It is the centre 
of one of the best grain-growing 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, publishtjr; estab- 
lished 1904 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 1714^ inches. Circ'n^ 



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MANOR, pop. 350, District of Canninglon, on Brandon and Reg^ina 
branch of C. P. R., 350 miles W. of Winnipeg^, 120 miles S. E. of 
Regfina and 45 miles from U. S. boundary line; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and brick manufacturing. The town con- 
tains, besides its stores, four churches and a fine school. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Wauchope, 
Frys, Antler and Dennington. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Herbert T. Halliwell, publisher; estab- 
lished 1905; independent-conservative; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; 
eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 58. 

MAPLE CREEK, pop. 850, District of Maple Creek, on main line 
of C. P. R., 600 miles W. of Winnipeg, 180 miles E. of Macleod, 65 
miles E. of Medicine Hat, and 23 miles from Alberta boundary line ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: sheep and cattle ranching, 
horse breeding and mixed farming. The town was founded in 1885, 
has four churches, town hall, post office, fire-station, four hotels, 
hospital, opera house, fine public school and waterworks system. 
Surrounding villages where no papers are published : Walsh, Gra- 
bum. Gull Lake, Skibbereen, Battle Creek and Kincorth. 

RANCHING NEWS, weekly ; W. G. Cotton, publisher; estab- 
lished 1903 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight to ten pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MELFORT, pop. 500, District of Kinistino, on the Winnipeg-Brandon- 
Prince Albert branch of C. N. R., 65 miles S. E. of Prince Albert ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : ranching and farming, four 
elevators, flour mill and creamery. The town contains four churches, 
three hotels, school and a hospital. Central distributing point of 
Carrot River Valley. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Norden, Beatty, Ethelton, Flett's Springs, 
Pheasant Valley, Bagley and Wentworth. 

CARROT RIVER JOURNAL, weekly; The Carrot River 
Printing Co., publishers ; established 1908 ; conservative ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 104. 

MOON, weekly; Melfort Moon Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1904; independent; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 22^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

MELVILLE,pop. 625, District of Pheasant Hills, on G. T. P. Ry., 225 
miles N. W. of Winnipeg, 23 miles S. W. of Yorkton ; Tel., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industry ; farming. A new town, growing very 
rapidly. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Birmingham, Pheasant Fork, Pearl River, Cana and Wake- 
field. 

CANADIAN, weekly; J. W. Reid, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pag'es, 6 col., 
19^ inches. 

MILESTONE, pop. 400, District of Milestone, on Portal section of 
C.P.R., 54 miles S.E. of Moose Jaw and 30 miles S. of Regina ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 

MAIL AND WILCOX COURIER, weekly; Milestone Mail Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1906; independent; Fri- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; ten to twelve pag'es, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

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MOOSE JAW, pop. 10,000, District of Moose Jaw, on the main line 
of C.P.R., and terminus of the Soo line from St. Paul, 40 miles W. of 
Regfina, 398 miles W. of Winnipeg, 442 miles E. by S. of Calgary ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour and planing' mills, 
bre\%'eries, C.P.R. Divisional shops, grain growing, and cattle, horse 
and sheep ranching. The town contains six churches, court house 
and public and high schools. A large detachment of Mounted 
Police are stationed here. Municipal electric light, water works and 
sewerag'e systems are established. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Boharm, Pasqua, Bethune, Belle 
Plaine, Chamberlain, Chaplin and Marquis. 

N EWS, every morning except Sunday ; McMillan & Miller, pub- 
lishers ; established 1907 ; conservative ; subscription $3.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n ^ 

WEEKLY ; established 1906 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to twelve pag-es, 6 col.. 193^ inches. 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 ; four pages, 7 col. , 21^ inches. Circ'n i( 

SEMI-WEEKLY ; established 1889 ; Tuesday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.50; eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n 2J^ 

MOOSOMIN, pop. 1,400, District of Moosomin, on the C. P. R., 
137 miles E. of Regina, 86 miles W. of Brandon, 219 miles W. of 
Winnipeg ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour milling, 
stock raising and farming. The town contains five churches, public 
and high schools, hospital, court house, jail, six grain elevators, 300- 
barrel flour mill and planing mill. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Fleming, Kennedy, Welwyn, 
Wavvota, Walpole, Red Jacket and Gordon. 

SPECTATOR, weekly; A. II. Smith, publisher; established 
1892 ; liberal ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
2 1 5^ inches. Circ'n i 

See Advt. Page 70. 

WORLD, weekly; Bi-etz & Shuart, publishers; established 1900 ; 
conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 7 col., 
2ij!^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

See Advt. Page 95. 

MUENSTER, pop. loo, District of Humboldt, on Wolverine Creek 
and C. N. R. , 420 miles W. of Winnipeg, 87 miles E. of Saskatoon. 
150 miles S. E. of Prince Albert ; Tel., Ex. The town contains, be- 
sides its stores, a church, monastery, school, hotel, lumber yards 
and elevators, and is surrounded by excellent farming land. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : St. 
Gregor, Englefeld, Annaheim and Lenora Lake. 

ST. PETERS BOTE, German, weekly; Benedictine Fathers, 
publishers ; established 1904 ; religious, Catholic ; Wednesday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve pages, 4 col., 13 inches. Circ'n i j^ 

NOKOMIS, District of Last Mountain, at the junction of C. P. R. and 
G. T. P. Ry., 100 miles S. E. of Saskatoon, 80 miles N. of Regina ; 
Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding towns 
find villages where no papers are published : Venn, Undora, Lock- 
wood, Richfarms, Wortley Plains, Bleakmore, Wreford an4 Hatfield. 

TIMES, weekly; W. C. R. Garrioch, publisher; established 
1908 ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col.,' 19^ inches. 



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NORTH BATTLEFORD.pop. i.6oo, District of North Battleford, 
• on Saskatchewan River and Manitoba Division of C.N. R., 253 miles 
E. of Edmonton, 573 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 90 miles N.W. of Sas- 
katoon ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Stands on the heijj^hts above and 
north of the junction of the Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers. Div- 
isional point on C. N. R. Chief Industries : farming and railroad 
shops. The town has grown very rapidly since its founding in 1905, 
and contains three churches, public and separate schools, four 
hotels, a town hall and railroad shops. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Ruddell, Denholm, Jack- 
fish and Maidstone. 

NEWS, weekly; News Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1906 ; liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 2i|^ inches. Circ'n f^^ 

OUTLOOK, District of Hanley, on C. P. R., 45 miles S.W. of Saska- 
toon, 100 miles N. W. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : farming and stock raising. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Hawarden, Glenside, Lor- 
imerville, Fertile Valley, Milden and Glenhurst. 

OUTLOOK, weekly; Outlook Printing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1908; Friday; subscription $1.00; six pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. 

OXBOW, pop. 900, District of Souris, on Souris section C. P. R., 
41 miles N. E. of Estevan, 257 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Situated in a fertile farming district. Chief Industries : 
farming and stock raising. Has six elevators and loading platform, 
stores and blacksmith shops, town hall, high school and four 
churches. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : PVobisher and Glen Ewen. 

HERALD, weekly; John H. Noble, publisher; established 1903; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to ten pages, 
6 col., 1914^ inches. Circ'n 3/ 

PAYNTON, District of Battleford, on C. N. R., 3^ '"''•^s "^'^ ^^'- of 
Battleford, 120 miles N.W. of Saskatoon, 220 miles S. E. of Edmon- 
ton ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : grain growing and stock raising. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no p'apers are published : 
Birling, Breslayor and Delmas. 

RECORDER, weekly. No report. 

PENSE, pop. 185, District of Regina, on main line of C.P.R., 17 miles 
W. of Regina, 24 miles E. of Moose Jaw; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Stony Beach, Fairv ille. Grand Coulee, Belle 
Plaine and Pasqua. 

ADVANCE, weekly; J. Robert Long, publisher, Chas. H. Shrimp- 
ton, editor and business manager; established 1906; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

Also publishes Ctiron Enterprise, etc. 

PRINCE ALBERT, pop. 6,000. District of Prince .Mbert, on the 
North Saskatchewan River, 25 miles W. of its junction with the 
South branch, and terminus of Regina-Prince Albert and Melfort- 
Prince Albert branches of C. N. R., 247 miles N. of Regina and 87 
miles N.E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
ranching, lumbering, fishing, mining, fur trading, flour milling and 

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farming-. The city contains five churches, a convent and coileg-e, 
public, separate and normal schools, coUegfiate institute and ladies' • 
college, court house, land office, registry office, penitentary and 
provincial jail. It is the See City of Ang^lican and Catholic Bishops 
and district headquarters of H. B. Co. and R. N.W. M. Police. Has 
waterworks system and electric lights. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Shellbrook, Birch Hills, 
Fenton, Macdowall and Willougfhby. 

HERALD, semi-weekly; Matheson & Scott, publishers; estab- 
lished 1908 ; Tuesday and Friday ; subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 
7 col., 2r)^ inches. 

TIMES, weekly; Young & Laurie, publishers; established 1882; 
conservative ; Wednesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n i% 

See Advt. Page 122. 

QU APPELLE, pop. 1,000, District of South Qu'Appelle, is beautiful- 
ly situated in a wooded district on the main line of the C. P. R., 2)Z 
miles E. of Regina ; 324 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T. , Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, butter factory, stock raising 
and farming. The town contains four churches, public and h^gh 
schools, town hall, hotels and stores. A detachment of the R.N.W. 
M. P. is stationed here. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Fort Qu'Appelle, McLean, Edgeley, Avon- 
hurst, 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; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19'/^ inches. Circ'n % 

RADISSON, pop. 450, District of Redberry, on the main line of the 
C. N. R. from Edmonton to Winnipeg, 529 miles W. of Winnipeg 
and 300 miles E. of Edmonton ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
flour mill, cement block and brick plants and farming. Besides its 
stores, the town has a lumber yard, two grain elevators, high and 
public schools and four churches. A splendid grain growing 
country. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Maymont, Fielding, Borden, Great Bend and Arelee. 

NEWS, weekly; Geo. E. Neilson, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1906 ; independent ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17 inches. Circ'n % 

See Advt. Page 32. 

REDVERS, pop. 300, District of Cannington, on Antler Creek and 
C. P. R., 150 miles S. E. of Regina, 217 miles W. of Winnipeg, 11 
miles W. of Manitoba boundary; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
try': farming. The town contains a school, church, hotel and stores. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Antler, Maryfield, Rose Plain, Fairlight and Walpole. 

OBSERVER, weekly; McDowell & Hodgins, publishers; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 77. 

REvjINA, pop. 10,000, District of Regina, on the main line of the 
C.P.R., and on C.N.R., 41 miles E. of Moose Jaw, i3§. miles W. of 
Moosomin, 350 miles W. of Winnipeg ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. It is 
the seat of government of the Province of Saskatchewan, the Execu-. 

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live 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. R., which runs 
North to Prince Albert, and is the distributing point for the country 
far North and South — the fertile "Park" territory, where larg-e 
numbers of settlers have already become prosperous and hundreds 
are pouring in. Chief Industries : flour mills, breweries, foundries, 
saw mills, soap factory, farming and stock raising. The city con- 
tains the parliament buildings, seven churches, excellent public and 
high schools, college, Indian industrial school, public library, city 
hall, provincial jail, provincial hospital, headquarters of the R.N.W. 
M.P. and Land departments. Surounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Craven, Condie, Grand Coulee, Davin, 
Tregarva, Wascana, and Rose Plain. 

LEADER, every morning except Sunday; Leader Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1905; liberal ; subscription $5.00; eight 
to sixteen pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,445* 

WEEKLY, established 1883; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 21^4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,697* 

Advt. — T/te Leader during the past year has nearly doubled its circulation. It is 
sold on all trains passing through the ptovince. It goes into abnost every tovm and 
village on the date of publication, and operates street deliveries in over thirty of the 
larger towns. Its classified ad. page is one of the best in the west, and carries far 
more advertising than any other paper published in Saskatchewan. See Advt. 
Pages gS and gg. 

STANDARD, every evening except Sunday ; J. K. Mclnnis & 
Sons, publishers; established 1904; independent; subscription $3.00; 
eight pages, 6 and 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 2% 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1885 as weekly ; Monday and Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 inches. 

.See Advt. Puffc 1 19. 

SASKATCHEWAN COURIER, German, weekly; Saskatche- 
wan Courier, Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; 
liberal ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; ten to twelve pages, 7 
col., 21^4^ inches. .See Advt. Page (m. Circ'n 4|^ 

THE WEST, weekly; The West Co., Ltd., publishers, R. J. 
Westgate, manager ; established 1898 ; conservative ; Wednesday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

SASKATCHEWAN GAZETTE, semi-monthly; J. A. Reid, 
King's Printer ; established 1905 : official organ of the Government 
of Saskatchewan ; subscription $2.00 ; thirty-two pages, i col., "]% 
inches. Inserts only Govertiment advertisements. 

PROGRESS, monthly; Regina Indian Industrial School, pub- 
lishers ; established 1893 ; college ; subscription, 25 cents ; eight 
pages, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n ^ 

ROSTHERN, pop. 1,200, Districtof Rosthern, onC.N.R.,5omiles S. 
of Prince Albert, 42 miles N. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : wheat growing, two flour mills and two brick yards. 
There are eight elevators, and about 1,250,000 bushels of wheat are 
shipped every year. Besides its stores, the town has seven 
churches, two schools, town and fire halls and an opera house. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
McDowell, Hague, Laird, Waldheim, Osier and Clouston. 

ENTERPRISE, weekly ; S. T. WiUoughby, editor; established 
1903 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., \<)i^ inches. Circ'n yi 



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ROULEAU, pop. 600, District of Milestone, on the Portal section of 
the C. P. R., 32 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw and 25 miles S. W. of 
Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., 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 : Gray, New Warren and 
Briercrest. 

ENTERPRISE AND DRINKWATER ADVANCE, weekly; 
E. M. Seager, publisher ; established 1906 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; twelve pages,-6 col., 19^ inches. Cir'cn ^ 

SALTCOATS, pop. 450, District of Saltcoats, on the Northwestern 
branch of C. P. R., 17 miles S. E. of Yorkton, and 206 miles W. of 
Winnipeg ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Rokeby 
Station, Dunleath, Rothbury, Beresina, Bradenbury and Clumber. 

RECORDER, A>eekl}-; Reginald Naldur, publisher; established 
1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; six pages, size 
17)^ x 22. 

SASKATOON, pop. 6,500, District of Saskatoon, on South Saskat- 
chewan River and on C.P.R., C.N.R. and G.T.P.Ry., 85 miles S.W. 
of Prince Albert, 470 miles N.W. of Winnipeg, 350 miles S. E. of 
Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farming, plan- 
ing mills, sash and door factories, bottling works, flour mills and 
tent and mattress factories. Town contains six churches, high 
school, public schools, court house, hospitals, elevators, forwarding 
houses, opera house and custom house. Centre of large wheat 
growing district, and also judicial centre. Post Office distributing 
point for Saskatchewan. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Dundurn, Osier, Hague, French, Nutana, , 
Juniata, Duro and Grandora. 

CAPITAL, every noon and evening except Sunday; The Capital 
Printing Co., publishers ; established 1907 ; conservative ; subscrip- 
tion $3.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 1914^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,0*74'^ 

WEEKLY, established 1906; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages. 6 col., 19*4 inches. Circ'n j{ 

See Advt. Page 76. 

PHCENIX, every eveniiig except Sunday; J. A. Aikin, publisher; 
established 1906 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; six to twelve pages, 
7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,541* 

WEEKLY, established 1902; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; 
twelve to fourteen pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,268* 

Advt. — The Phcenix is the neivspaper of Central Saskatche^van. The Daily 
Phwnix is the ei'ening paper in 50 towns, and is the recognised nezvs and ad. 
medium. The Weekly Phwuix circulates in all the vast hard wheat area of the 
Saskatchewan Valleyi. See Advt. Page 2f. 

SASKATCHEWAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE, monthly; 
Executive Committee of the Synod of Saskatchewan, publishers, 
G. W. Norman, printer; established 1906; religious, Church of Eng- 
land ; subscription 60 cents ; ten pages up, 2 col., 8 inches. Circ'n 1^ 



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S T OUGH T ON, pop. 242, District of Francis, on Souris-Regfina 
branch of C. F. R., 85 miles S. E. of Regfina and 38 miles N. of 
Estevan ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: wheat growing. The 
village contains two churches, school, two hotels and usual stores. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Graytown, Froude, Handsworth and Ossa. 

TIMES, weekly; A. T. Hind, publisher; established i905;4nde- 
pendent; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. 

Circ'n ^ 
S T RASSBURG, pop. 600, District of Last Mountain, on Pheasant 
Hills branch of C. P. R., 45 miles N.W. of Regina, 130 miles S. E. of 
Saskatoon; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surround- 
ing towns and villages where no papers are published : Southcote, 
Edelane, Pengarth, Bulyea, Butterton and Last Mountain. 

MOUNTAIN EER, weekly; S. Lome Small, editor and manager; 
established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^4^ inches. 

SWIFT CURRENT, pop. 900, District of Swift Current, on Swift 
Current Creek, a divisional point on the main line of C. P. R., 140 
miles W. of Regina ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: ranch- 
ing (sheep and cattle) and farming. A government meterological 
station is located here. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Rush Lake, Gull Lake, Webb, Waldeck, 
Aikens, Leven, Herbert and Crane. 

SUN, weekly; Sun Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 
S. R. Moore, manager ; established 1904 ; independent ; Friday ; 
subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n }4 

See Advt. Pa^e 44. 

TISDALE, pop. 250, District of Kinistino, on Winnipegosis branch of 
C.N.R., 80 miles E. of Prince Albert ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Situated in 
the centre of one of the best agricultural districts of the "New 
West." Chief Industries : farming and lumbering. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : W^ent worth, 
Star City, South Melfort, RoeclifFe, Goldburn Valley, and Crooked 
River. 

MONITOR, weekly, S. V. Schell, publisher; established 1906; 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, size 
13 X 20. 

TUXFORD, District of Moose Jaw, on C.P.R., 13 miles N. of Moose 
Jaw ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry : farming. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Keeler, Marquis, 
Highpound, Belbeck and Westview. 

STANDARD, weekly. No report. 

WADENA, pop. 300, District ot Wadena, on C.N. R., 130 miles E. of 
Saskatoon, 366 miles W. of Winnipeg; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : farming. The shipments of grain aggregate 300,000 
bushels a year. The town has splendid school and church accom- 
modation, and good water. Surroimding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Clair, Paswegin, Kylemore and Karoki. 

HERALD, weekly; H. C. Pierce, publisher; established 1909; 
independent; P'riday ; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. 



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WAPELLA, pop. 500, District of Moosomin, on the main line C. P. R., 
236 miles W. of Winnipeg, no miles E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and live stock raising. Many good stores, 
two hotels, four implement warehouses, seven elevators, large flour 
mill and pork packing establishment. Surrounding towns and vil- 
lages where no papers are published ; Carnoustie, Burrows, Rocan- 
ville, Gordon, Red Jacket and Hillburn. 

POST, AND ROCANVILLE RECORD, weekly ; E. S. Zingg, 
publisher; established 1899 ; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

WATROUS, District of Hanley, on C.P.R., 50 miles S.E. of Saska- 
toon and 75 miles N.W. of Regina ; Tel., Bank. Chief Industry: 
mixed farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Venn, Mandall, Xena and Little Manitou. 

SIGNAL, weekly; Victor H. Bird, editor; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 6 col. , 19^ 
inches. 

WATSON, pop. 250, District of Humboldt, on Iron Spring Creek and 
C. N. R. , 399 miles W. of Winnipeg, 426 miles E. of Edmonton, 100 
miles E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : 
wheat growing and stock raising. The town has three churches 
and a good school, and a detachment of the R. N.W. Mounted Police 
is stationed here. It is the centre of a fine mixed farming country, 
and already two elevators are busy handling the grain grown in the 
district. Good water is found everywhere at moderate depth. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Spald- 
ing, Beauchamp, Englefeld, Vatika, Prairie Rose and Jansen. 

WITNESS, weekly; G. H. Cameron, publisher; established 
1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
17/4 inches. Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 360 

WEYBURN, pop. 1,800, District of Weyburn, on Kemnay-Estevan 
branch of C.P.R., 50 miles N.W. of Estevan, 90 miles S.E. of Moose 
Jaw ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: brickyards, milling, 
lumbering and farming. The town contains five churches, schools, 
hospitals, opera house and four hotels. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published : Griffin, Hume, McTaggart 
and Ralph. . 

HERALD, weekly ; Weyburn Publishing Co., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1902 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n i 

WHITEWOOD, pop. 551, District of Pipestone, on Winnipeg-Swift 
Current branch of C. P. R. , 90 miles E. of Regina, and no miles W. 
of Brandon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : stock and wheat 
raising. The town contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Per- 
cival. Burrows, Oakshela and Summerberry. 

HERALD, weekly; Jno. Scott, publisher; established 1893; 
independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n l4 

WILCOX, pop. 200, District of Milestone, on Portal branch of C.P.R., 
42 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw, and 25 miles S. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : farming. 

COURIER, weekly; Milestone Mail Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers. See Milestone Mail. 

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WILKIE, pop. 300, District of Battleford, on the main Winnipeg-- 
Edmonton line of C. P. R., 106 miles W. of Saskatoon, 35 miles S. 
of Battleford; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: grain growinjc 
and cattle raising. The town contains three churches, public school, 
immigration hall, two hotels, and elevator and grain warehouses. 
The C. P. R. have shops, round-house, large coal and material 
yards here. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Phippen, Adanac, Swinburne, Reford, Scott, Coblenz 
and Land is. 

PRESS, weekly ; Ing. D. Carson, publisher ; established 1908 ; 
independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 
'3X inches. 

WINDTHORST, pop. 250, District of Moose Mountain, on the 
C.P.R., 80 miles E. of Regina ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
farming and stock raising. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Gray town, Kennedy, Glenavon, Carls- 
burg, Hazelwood, Kaiser, Fitzmaurice, Beeston, Neelby and Bender. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; E. H. Battely, publisher; estab- 
lished 1908; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
7 col., 21^4^ inches. Circ'n % 

WOLSELEY, pop. 1,200, District of Moose Mountain, on C. P. R., 60 
miles E. of Regina; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: farming. 
The town contains besides its stores, etc., two hotels, brick yard 
and seven elevators. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published ; Summerberry, Baring, Kaiser, Glenavon, 
Ellisboro, Mutrie, Moffat, Montinarte, Fallowmede, Cherring and 
Adair. 

NEWS, weekly; T. E. Scriver, publisher; established 1895; 
independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 
2 1 \( inches. Circ'n }^ 

YELLOW GRASS, pop. 344, District of Milestone, on Portal sec- 
tion of C. P. R., 75 miles S. E. of Moose Jaw, and 50 miles S. of 
Regina ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : agriculture and 
pottery works. The town contains three churches, public schools 
and an opera house ; has water works and fire department. It 
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 
pages, 5 col., 1 7 J4. inches. Circ'n \i 

YORKTON, pop. 1,600, District of Yorkton, on C. P. R., 115 miles 
N. E. of Regina, 200 miles E. of Saskatoon ; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : brick and cement block making, wood-working 
factories, flouc mill, farming, ranching and lumbering. The town 
contains five churches, high and public schools, hospital, court house, 
R.N.W.M. Police barracks, town hall, three hotels, and eight ele- 
vators with a storage capacity of 253,000 bushels. Annual grain 
shipments amount to over 2,000,000 bushels. Yorkton is the police 
and land titles centre for the judicial district of Eastern Saskatche- 
wan, and has a resident judge. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Rokeby, Bredenbury, Beaverdale, 
Ebenezer, Anemone, Fort Pelly, Theodore, Springside, Wallace, 
Buchanan and Sheho. 



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ENTERPRISE, weekly; Enterprise Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1896 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; 
subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19)^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,250 

See Advt. Page 123. 

TIM ES, weekly ; W. F. Beamish, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col 
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PROVINCE OF ALBERTA. 



On Sept. ist, 1905, the formal inauguration of the new Province of 
Alberta took place at Edmonton. In the few years which have passed 
since, the Province has developed wonderfully. " Sunny Alberta " is one 
of the favored districts of the world — attractive in the beauty of its rolling 
prairie, foothills and mountains, in its magnificent dlimate, and in the 
wonderful richness of its varied resources. It extends from the 49th 
parallel on the south to the 60th 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 — over 160 million 
acres, of which 120 million acres are suitable for cultivation. Up to the 
present only about one million acres are under cultivation. The influx of 
population has been steady and rapid, and there are now 275,000 jieople 
making their homes in .Alberta. The eastern part of the province is a roll- 
ing 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 rais- 
ing the famous "Alberta RedJ' wheat. The largest irrigation system in 
the world is under construction in the province and some remarkably fertile 
land is being opened up. The grain yield of 1908 reached the large total 
of 21,000,000 bushels valued at over $10,000,000. Alberta wheat has taken 
highest awards against grain from the most renowned wheat districts of 
the continent. At the west of the Province, forming the boundary line for 
nearly 400 miles between it and British Columbia, i-ise the grand old Rocky 
Mountains. Here much of the mineral wealth of the province is located. 
Large deposits of coal have been found in "The Pass" district, near Medi- 
cine Hat, Edmonton, Calgarj- and other points. Natural gas and petrol- 
eum are also found at various points from the United States boundary to 
the Peace River district. Zinc deposits are extensively worked in the 
neighborhood of F"rank. The climate is much milder and more equable 
than that of the Prairie Provinces, owing to the shelter of the Rocky moun- 
tains and the influence of the balmy Chinook winds. Clear, dry frosty 
weather in the winter, with a light showfall, and long days of summer sun- 
shine have earned the name "Sunny Alberta." 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. 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 Government consists of a 
Lieutenant-Governor, Executive Council and a Legislative Assembly of 25 
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AIRDRlE, pop. 250, District of Gleichen, on the Calgary and Edmon- 
ton Div. C. P.R., 20 miles N. of Calg-ary ; Tel., T. Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : mixed farming- and ranching. The town contains three 
churches and a school, and has a Board of Trade. 

NEWS, weekly; Jas. Mewhort, editor and publisher; establish- 
ed 1908; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. 

Also publishes Cochrayte Advocate, Crossfield Chrotitcle and North 
Americati Collector. 

See Advt. Page 122. 

ALIX, pop. 250, District of Lacombe, on C. P. R. , 25 miles E. of 
Lacombe and 25 miles W. of Stettler ; Tel., Ex. Chief Industries : 
mixed farming and cattle raising. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : BuUocksvlUe, Valley City, Tees 
and Chigwell. 

FREE PRESS, weekly ; Frederick & Gould, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1909; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 19/^ 
inches. 

BANFF, pop. 500, (Banff Hot Springs), District of Banff, on the 
Western Division Swift Current branch of the C. P. R., 82 miles W. 
of Calgary and 560 miles E. of Vancouver, in the heart of the Cana- 
dian Rockies ; is visited annually by upwards of 25,000 people ; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Fishing, boating, bathing, hunting and camping, are 
the principal attractions ; four first-class hotels and a sanatorium. 
The high altitude and bracing atmosphere are beneficial to con- 
sumptives. Banff is the station for the Rocky Mountain Park, the 
national reservation of over 5,000 square miles, embracing parts of 
the valleys of the Bow, Spray and Cascade Rivers, Lake Menne- 
wanta 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 igoo ; independent ; Saturday, from May ist to Oct. 
31st ; subscription $1.00; eight pages, size 11 x 8^. 

BAWLF, pop. 400, District of Wetaskiwin, on C.P.R., 43 miles S.E. of 
Wetaskiwin and 1 10 miles by rail S. E. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : grain growing, stock raising and dairy- 
ing. The town contains two churches, school, opera house, hotels 
and elevators. A splendid grain and stock section. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Strome, Killam, 
Ryley and Holden. 

SUN, weekly; A. L. Eastly, publisher; established 1908; inde- 
pendent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19)^ 
inches. Circ'n ^ 

See Advt. Page 100."" 

BLAIRMORE, pop. 600, District of Pincher Creek, on Crow's Nest 
River and Western Division C. P. R., lo miles E. of the Crow's Nest 
Pass, B.C. boundary line, 56 miles W. of Macleod, 170 miles W. of 
Dunmore Junction ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : coal mining, 
saw mills, lime and coke. Commercial and distributing point of the 
Crow's Nest Pass coal fields. Surrounding camps and towns where 
no papers are published : Lille, Bellevue, Byron Creek^nd Sentinel. 

TIMES, weekly; H. J. Matheson, publisher; established 1903; 
independent ; Saturday; subscription $2.00; four pages, size 15x21% 



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CALGARY, pop. 24,452, District of Calgfary, on the Bow and Elbow 
Rivers, Western Division C. P. R., 840 miles W. of Winnipeg-, 642 
miles E. of Vancouver and 2,255 i"'les 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 ot 
the opening of the new and vast country which is annually attracting 
settlers in large numbers; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
farming, ranching Jind manufactories of ale, beer and temperance 
drinks, biscuits, breakfast foods, rolled oats, flour, bricks, cement 
and cement blocks, rough and finished lumber, beds and mattresses, 
show cases, saddlery, tents, confectionery, cigars, meat products, 
soap and waggons. 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. The net assessment for 1908 was $17,941,678. It has 
thirteen branches of Canadian chartered banks, excellent police and 
fire protection, 130 miles of streets with 21 miles of granolithic side- 
walks, 19 miles of sewers and 30 miles of water-mains. 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 twenty-six churches, two colleges, 
normal school, high school, nine public schools, two public hospitals, 
two large theatres, twenty hotels, Y. M. C. A. building, Carnegie 
library, railway shops and splendid public buildings. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Shepard, Lang- 
den, 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, 7 col., 22 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,000 

WEEKLY; established 1881; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight to twelve pages, 7 col., 22^ inches. 

See Advt. Page 124. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday; J. H. Woods, editor 
and managing director. The Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., pub- 
lishers ; established 1883 ; independent ; subscription in the city 
$5.00, outside $3.00 ; ten to twenty-four pages, 7 col., 2o3^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 4,787* 

WEEKLY ; established 1883 ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; 
twelve to sixteen pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2, OSS'* 

Advt. — The Daily Herald is read by go per cent of the people of Calgary, and is 
rapidly gaining circulation, both in the city and province. It is the home paper oj 
the city, and its .•nvorti circulation (net J jfor October /poS, was ^,4/S copies daily, 
and J.ojo iveekly. It circulates 2,joo daily in the city of Calgary. See Advt. Page ijj. 

NEWS, every evening except Sunday; Daily News Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1907 ; independent ; subscription 
$3.00 ; eight to ten pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 2,304* 

Advt. — The Daily .\'ews claims the largest city circulation in Calgary, and its 
average for the last two tveeks of Jannary, tgog, tvas considerably over j,ooo. It is 
the "ifant Ad." medium of Alberta, and carries the exclusiz-e advertising of the 
municipality of Calgary. See Advt. Page J^. 

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FARM AND RANCH REVIEW, AND GRAIN GROWERS' 
GAZETTE, monthly; Western Printing & Lithog-raphingf Co., Ltd., 
publishers, F. S. Wetherall, editor; established 1905; ag-ricultural ; 
15th of each month; subscription $1.00; twenty-four to thirty-six 
pages, 4 col. ,11)4 inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, averagfe for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 7,CK)0 

See Advt. Page 63. 

TRADE GAZETTE, monthly; Trade Gazette Publishing Co., 
publishers, J no. A. Valiquette, manager ; established 1906 ; trade ; 
subscription $1.00 ; thirty-six pages, 2 and 3 col., 10 inches. Circ'n 2^ 

CAM ROSE, pop. 1,100, District of Wetaskiwin, on the C. P. R., 25 
miles E. of Wetaskiwin, 40 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Banks. Chief Industries : farming, ranching, tannery and concrete 
works. Besides its stores, the town contains five churches, two- 
storey brick public schoof, fire hall with $10,000 fire fighting plant 
and two elevators, and is lighted with gas. Situated in the centre of 
a well settled district. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Killam, Bittern Lake, Bardo and New 
Norway. 

MAIL, weekly; Mail Publishing Co., publishers; established 
1906 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 
6 col., 191^ inches. See Advt. Page 50. • Circ'n i % 

CARDSTON, pop. 1,232, District of Cardston, on St. Mary's River, 
and Stirling to Spring Coulee branch of Alberta Ry. and Irrigation 
Co. Ry., 40 miles S.W. of Lethbridge, and 37 miles S. of McLeod ; 
Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : flour mill, quarry, coal mines, 
ranching and agriculture. The town contains, besides its stores, 
two churches, court house, opera house, public and high schools, 
two hotels and three elevators, and has waterworks and electric 
light. The Blood Indian Reservation is near here. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Mountain View, 
Aetna, Colles, Waterton, Taylorville, Woolford, Beazer, Spring 
Coulee, Leavitt and Caldwell. 

ALBERTA STAR, weekly; Fred Burton, editor and manager; 
established 1898 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.50 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., rf)\ inches. Circ'n yi 

CARSTAIRS, pop. 500, District of Rosebud, on Calgary and Edmon- 
ton branch of C.P.R., 41 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : stock raising, creameries, cheese factories and 
grain growing. Located in the famous Chinook belt, and surround- 
ed 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, Nea- 
polis, Sunnyslope and Cremona. 

JOURNAL, weekly ; L. E. Davis, publisher; established 1905; 
liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; ten pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

Circ'n %. 

CLARESHOLM, pop. 1,200, District of Macleod, on Calgary and 
Macleod branch of C. P. R., 82 miles S. of Calgary, and 25 miles N. 
of Macleod ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industry : mixed farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Stavely, New Oxiey, Little Bow, Bowville, Lyndon, Meadow Creek 
and Cut Bank. 

REVIEW, weekly; T. W. Quayle, publisher; established 1904; 
conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50 ; six to twelve pages, 6 
col., 1 9>^ inches. * Circ'n^ 



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ALBERTA. 201 

COCHRANE, pop. 300, District of Banff, on C.F.R., 25 miles \.VV. 
of Calgary; Tel., Bank. Chief Industry: mixed farming. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Rad- 
nor, Glenbow, Mitford and Keith. 

ADVOCATE, weekly ; Jas. Mewhort, publisher ; established 
1909 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; six pages, 5 
col., 17^ inches. 

Also publishes Airdrie News, Crossfield Chronicle and Crossfield 
Yorth American Collector. 

COLEMAN, pop. 1400, District of Pincher Creek, on C. P. R., 59 
miles E, of Macleod, 200 miles W. of Medicine Hat, 165 miles from 
Calgary and 10 miles from the British Columbia boundary; Tel., T. , 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : coal mining and coke making. Sur- 
rounding villages and mining camps where no papers are published : 
Lillie, Bellevue, Sentinel, and Crow's Nest. 

MINER, weekly; Foothills Job Print & News Co., Ltd., pub- 
Ushers; established 1908; conservative; Friday; subscription $2.00; 

4 pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. 

CROSSFIELD, pop. 450, District of Rosebud, on C. P. R., 30 miles 
N. of Calgary ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industry: mixed farm- 
ing. The town contains besides its stores, etc., four churches and 
school. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Dog Pound, Eva aud Tapscot. 

CHRONICLE, weekly; Jas. Mewhort, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n % 
Also publishes A'orth American Collector, Cochrane Advocate and 

Airdrie Neivs. 

See Advt. Page \22. 

NORTH AMERICAN COLLECTOR, monthly; Jas. Mew- 
hort, publisher ; established 1908 ; 20th of month ; subscription 25 
cents ; sixteen pages, 2 col. , 7 inches. 

DAYS LAND, pop. 400, District of Wetaskiwin, on the Wetiskawin 
branch of the C. P. R., 51 miles E. of Wetaskiwin ; Tel., T., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industry : mixed farming. Daysland is situated in 
the hard wheat belt. The town has three churches, school and hos- 
pital. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Ohaton, Lougheed, Killam, Strome, Spring Lake, Holden and 
Tofield. 

PRESS, weekly; A. A. P. McDowell, publisher; established 
1907 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 

6 col., \<)}.i inches. Circ'n Yz 

DIDSBURY, pop. 720, District of Rosebud, on the Edmonton section 
of the C. P. R., 48 miles N. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : flour mill, sash and door factory, brick yard, steel 
culvert works, creameries and farming. The town contains six 
churches, six-room school, public library and two hotels. It is 
situated in an excellent mixed farming district, and has four eleva- 
tors. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Neapolis, Sunnyslopc, Ghost Pine and Westcott. 

PIONEER, weekly; H. E. Osmond, publisher; established 
1902 ; independent ; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 5 col., 
xiYz inches. Circ'n ^ 

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EDMONTON, pop. 20,000, District of Edmonton, 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. R., C. P. R., and 
G. T. P. Ry. ; Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: saw, grist 
and planing mills, brick yards, stock raising, mining, lumbering and 
farming. The town contains the provincial parliament buildings, 
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 cit}'. Edmonton is the shipping point for a rich 
farming and ranching territory within a radius of 150 miles north, 
east and west, and is a divisional point on the new G. T. P. Ry. On 
the opposite bank of the river is Strathcona, a town of 6,000. 

BULLETIN, every evening except Sunday; Bulletin Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1903 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 ; ten to 
twelve pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. Circ'n 4 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1880 ; Monday and Friday ; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20^4!^ inches. Circ'n 4^ 

JOURNAL, every morning and evening except Sunday ; Journal 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1903; conservative; subscription, 
morning edition $5.00, evening edition $4.00; eight to twelve pages, 
7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3 

WEEKLY, established 1903; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight to 
twelve pages, 7 col., igi4 inches. See Advt. Page 80. Circ'n 2^ 

ALBERTA HOM ESTEAD, weekly ; The Alberta Homestead, 
publishers, A. B. Watt, managing editor ; established 1908 ; inde- 
pendent, official organ of Alberta Farmers' Association ; Wednes- 
day; subscription $1.00; twelve to sixteen pages, 4 col., 13^ inches. 

Advt. — Official Organ of ihe Alberta Farmert' Association, a body occupying a 
large place in the life of the Pro^'ince. It reaches the most substantial men in rural 
districts in all parts of Alberta, Its circulation is increasing at a veiy rapid rate. 
Sivorn statement for several months previous will be forivarded to any interested. 
See Advt. Page 4/. 

SATURDAY N EWS, weekly; News Publishing Co., publishers, 
A. B. Watt, managing director; established 1905; independent; Sat- 
urday; subscription $1.50; eight to twelve pages, 6 col., 19X inches. 

Advt. — As a high-class medium unexcelled in West. Circulation in Alberta ex- 
pands as rapidly as population. For instance, Edmontoti had 2,700 people in igoi : 
zvith its twin city, .Strathcona, it had, in January, igog, 2^,000. A newspaper state- 
ment for 07ie year is therefore no criterion for the next. Sworn statement for pre- 
vious two months sent on application. See Adz't. Page ^y. 

LE COURRIER DE L' QUEST, French, weekly; Le Courrier 
de I'Ouest Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1905; 
liberal; subscription $1.00; six to eight pages, 7 col., 20^ inches. 

Circ'n 1 j4 

ALBERTA HEROLD, German, weekly; Alberta Herold Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; established 1903; liberal; Friday; subscrip- 
tion $1.00 ; six pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 5!^ 

DER DEUTSCH CANADIER, German, weekly; Deutsch 
Canadier Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1908 ; con- 
servative ; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19/^ 
inches. 

ALBERTA GAZETTE, semi-monthly; official organ of Provin- 
cial Government ; established 1905 ; subscription $2.00 ; sixteen 
pages and upwards, one col., 8 inches. 

WEST LAND, semi-monthly; Westland Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers, Aubrey Fullerton, editor and manager; established 1908; 
religious, Presbyterian ; subscription $1.00 ; eight to twelve pages, 
4 col. , 12 inches. * 



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FORT SASKATCHEWAN, pop. 1,200, District of Victoria, on 
the Saskatciiewan River and C. N. R., 18 miles N. by E. of Edmon- 
ton ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming-, saw and flour 
mills and coal mining. The town contains six churches, school, 
town hall, public library, fire hall, creamery and three elevators, and 
is headquarters of "G" Division of R. N. W. M. P. Surrounding 
towns and villages where no papers are published : Lamoureaux, 
Beeber Hills, Agricola, Lamont, Chipman, Mundar, Star, Wostock, 
Andrew, Pakan and VV'hiford. 

REPORTER, weekly; John W. Johnston, publisher; establish- 
ed 1903 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 columns, 19^4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

FRANK, pop. 1,178, District of Pincher Creek, on Crow's Nest branch 
of C. P. R. , 54 miles W. of Macleod, and 51 miles E. of Fernie, B.C.; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: coal mining, zinc smelting, 
cement manufacturing, brick making and lime burning. Frank is 
the centre of an immense coaF 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 : Passburg, Lille, Belle- 
vue and Hilcrest. 

THE FRAN K PAPER, weekly; Mark Drumm, publisher; estab- 
lished 1905; liberal; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four page's, size 
15 X 22. 

G LEIGH EN, pop. 500, District of Gleichen, on the main line of the 
C. P. R., 54 miles E. of Calgary; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : farming, ranching and coal mining. Besides its stores, the 
town has four churches, a school, two elevators, fine hall and good 
water. It is the centre of the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Coloniza- 
tion Co.'s undertaking, and the surrounding country is rapidly being 
settled. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Strathmore, Namaka and Cluny. 

CALL, weekly; \V. Park Evans, publisher and propfietor ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription $1.50; four pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n Yz 

GRASSY LAKE, pop. 100, District of Lethbridge, on C. P. R., 55 
miles W. of Medicine Hat, 88 miles E. of Macleod ; Tel., Ex. Chief 
Industry ; farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Wetmore, Purple Springs, Burdett, Bow 
Island and Winnifred. 

NEWS, weekly. No report. 

HIGH RIVER, pop. 1,550, District of High River, on Calgary and 
Macleod branch of C. P. R., 40 miles S. of Calgary, and on the High 
Wood River, 68 miles N. of Macleod; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : lumber mill, planing mill and farming. The town has 
three churches, three schools, town hall, municipal lighting plant 
and water supply. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Brant, Gladys, Lineham, Pekisko and Cayley. 

TIMES, weekly; Charles Clark, publisher; established 1905; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^4^ inches. Circ'n i 

INNISFAIL, pop. 750, District of Innisfail, on C. & E. branch of the 
C. P. R. , 76 miles N. of Calgary, 1 1 9 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel. , T. , 

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Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : mixed farmingf and ranching, bricit 
works and butter making. The town contains, beside its stores, 
etc., five churches, town hall, fire hall and fire department, elevator 
and a large eight-room school, hotels and government creamery. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Penhold, Bowden, Markerville, Lake View, Mayton and TindastoU. 

'province, weekly; Geo. R. Westland, editor and publisher; 
established 1906; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four 
to six pages, 6 col., 19% inches. 

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LACOMBE, pop. 1,015, District of Lacombe, on Calgary & Edmonton 
branch of the C.P.R., 1 18 miles N. of Calgary, 75 miles S. of Edmon- 
ton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mixed farming and 
cattle raising, dairying, foundry and machine shop, and brick yards. 
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 and 
Bentley. 

ADVERTISER, weekly ; F. H. Schooley, publisher; established 
1898; independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n j^ 

WESTERN GLOBE, weekly; Chas. B. Halpin, publisher ; 
established 1903; liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; ten pages, 
size I7j^ X 24. Circ'n ^ 

LEDUC, pop. 700, District of Leduc, on Calgary and Edmonton sec- 
tion of C.P.R., 18 miles S. of Edmonton, 175 miles N. of Calgary; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: planing mills and farming. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Calmar, Saron, Kavanagh and Beaumont. 

REPRESENTATIVE, weekly; Jas. A. Ker, publisher; estab- 
lished 1907; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ]/( 

LETHBRIDGE, pop. 6,500, District of Lethbridge, on Belly River, 
and a divisional point on the C. P. R. and St. Paul, Minneapolis and 
Sault Ste. Marie Ry. , and headquarters of the Alberta Ry- & Irr. 
Co. Ry., 105 miles S.E. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : cattle, sheep and horse ranching, farming with irriga- 
tion, brick yards, brewery, woollen mill, flour mills, iron works, rail- 
way shops, cigar factory, sash and door factory and three large coal 
mines, employing over i,ooo hands. The town contains six churches, 
public and separate schools, convent, hospital, headquarters of Div- 
ision of Can. N. W. Mounted Police, Dominion Experimental Farm 
and Dominion land office. It has electric light, water works and a 
sewerage system. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Warner, Stirling, Coutts, Coaldale, Milk River, .Bow- 
ville, Diamond City, Granum and Monarch. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday; Herald Printing Co., 
Ltd., publishers, W. A. Buchanan, managing director ; established 
1907 ; liberal ; subscription $4.00, by mail $3.00 ; four to six pages, 
7 col., 2 1 3^ inches. Circ'n 1% 

WEEKLY, established 1905; Wednesday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. See Advt. Page 68. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, weekly; E. Hagell, manager, J. L. Manwaring, editor; 
established 1885 ; conservative; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^'^ 

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MACLEOD, pop. 1,144, District of Macleod, a divisional point at the 
junction of the Crow's Nest branch and the Calj^ary and Macleod 
branch of the C. P. R., 95 miles S. of Calgfary and 55 miles E. of 
Crow's Nest Pass on B.C. boundary line; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : coal mining', cattle raising' and farming^. The 
town contains four churches, g'ood schools and is headquarters of ' 
the R.N.W.M.P. in Southern Alberta. Surrounded by vast deposits 
of bituminous and anthracite coal. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Brocket, Chokie, Paigan, Leavings, 
Pearce and Kipp. 

ADVANCE, weekly; Clarke Bros., publishers; established 1898; 
liberal; Tuesday; subscription $1.00; four pag'es, 8 col., 22 inches. 

Circ'n ^ 
MAG RATH, pop. 1,000, District of Cardston, on .A.lberta R. & L Co. 
Ry., 20 miles S. of Lethbridge, and 25 miles from the U.S. Boundary 
Line ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming^, milling, 
sugar beet growing and ranching. 

PIONEER, weekly; Thomas W. Green, publisher; established 
1906; independent ; Tuesday; subscription $1.00: eight pag'es, 6col. , 
19^4 inches. Circ'n % 

MEDICINE HAT, pop. 5,000, 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., T., Ex., Banks. Chief 
Industries : coal mining-, ranchmg', woollen mills, flour mill, brick 
yard, sewer pipe works, packing plant, planing mills, confectionery 
manufactory, and farming'. The town contains six churches, good 
public schools, armory and four natural gas wells. Surrounding- 
towns and villag'es were no papers are published : Dunmore Junc- 
tion, Irvine, Walsh, Stair, Suffield, Bowell, Coleridg'e, Brooks, 
Langevin and Woodpecker. 

NEWS, weekly; Medicine Hat Printing & Publishing: Co., Ltd., 
publishers; established 1884; independent; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50 ; ten to twelve pagfes, 7 col., 22 inches. Circ'n i^ 

TIMES, weekly; W. Lacey Amy, publisher; established 1903; 
conservative; Tuesday; subscription $1.50; ten to sixteen pages, 
7 col., 19^4^ inches. See Advt. Page <)2. Circ'n i^ 

NANTON, pop. 800, District of High River, on the Macleod-Calg-ary 
section Western Division of C. P. R., 50 miles N. of Macleod and 58 
miles S. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : wheat 
growing and ranching. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Cayley, Stavely, Macewan and Willows. 

NEWS, weekly; A. Z. Jessup, publisher; established 1903; inde- 
pendent-liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 5 col., 
17I-4 inches. 

OKOTOKS, pop. 950, District of High River, on the Calgary and 
Macleod section of the C. P. R., 26 miles S. of Calgary and 80 miles 
N. of Macleod; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mixed farm- 
ing, horse breeding, brick making and lumbering. The town con- 
tains, besides its stores, five churches, school, three hotels, lumber 
mill, etc. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Sandstone, Millarville, Gladys, De Winton, Grierson, Davis- 
burg and Dinton. 

REVIEW, weekly: S. R. Hodson, publisher; established 1901 ; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., \^% 
inches. See Advt. Page 85. Circ'n ^ 

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OLDS, pop. 700, District of Rosebud, on the Calgary-Edmonton sec- 
tion of C. 1'. R., 57 miles N. of Calgary, 137 miles S. of Edmonton; 
Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : stock raising- and grain ^ 
growing, grist mill, concrete block works and creamery. The town 
contains five churches, public school and fine fire hall. It is in an 
excellent farming and stock raising district. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Bowden, Murray 
Valley, Bergen Mound, Curlew, Eagle Hill, Harmattan, Neapolis 
and Mayton. 

GAZETTE, weekly; Tom L. Buckton, publisher; established 
1900; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; eight pages, 6 col., 
19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PIN CHER CITY, pop. 200, District of Pincher Creek, on the Old 
Man River and Crow's Nest branch of C.P. R. , 60 miles W. of Leth- 
bridge and 138 miles S. of Calgary ; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries : 
coal mining and farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Cowley, Gillingham, Livingstone, Summer- 
view, Spring Ridge, Fishburn and St. Agnace. 

NEWS, weekly; R. W. Morgan, publisher ; established 1908; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.50; eight pages, 6 col., 20 
inches. 

PINCHER CREEK, pop. 1,200, District of Pincher Creek, situated 
on Pincher Creek, on Crow's Nest branch of C.P.R., 35 miles W. of 
MacLeod and 24 miles E. of Crow's Nest; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : coal mining-, flour mill, brick plant, lumber yards, 
cattle ranching and farming. The town contains four churches, 
public school, industrial school, waterworks, natural gas and oil 
wells and four hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Gillingham, Dundbreek, Cowley, Mountain 
Mill and Brocket. 

ECHO, weekly ; E. T. Saunders, proprietor, A. N. Mowat, editor 
and manager ; established 1900; independent; Thursday; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., ig}4 inches. Circ'n )4 

PONOKA, pop. 473, District of Ponoka, on Battle River and C. & E. 
branch of C.P. R., 62 miles S. of Edmonton and 130 miles N. of Cal- 
gary ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: lumbering, dairying and 
mixed farming. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Ferrybank, Earlville, Bismark, lowalta, Morningside 
and Wood River. 

HERALD, weekly; George Gordon, publisher; established 1900; 
independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 7 col., 21^ 
inches. Circ'n }4 

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RAYMOND, pop. 1,700, District of Lethbridge, on the Alberta Ry. & 
Irr. Co. Ry. , 13 miles S.E. of Lethbridge, 97 miles S.W. of Medicine 
Hat; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : sugar refinery, knitted 
goods factory and mixed farming. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Spring Coulee, Whoopup, Stirling 
and Brunton. 

RUSTLER, weekly; Raymond Rustler, publishers; established 
1907; independent; Friday: subscription $1.50 ; eight pages, 6 col., 
17X inches. Circ'n yi 



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RED DEER, pop. 2,150, District of Red Deer, is very prettily situated 
in a wooded district on the Red Deer River and is a divisional point 
on C. P. R. , 95 miles N. of Caigfary, 98 miles S. of Edmonton ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : mixed farming- and cattle rais- 
ing-, creameries, cheese factories, lumber mills, iron works, sash and 
and door factory, brick yards, stone quarries and elevators. Be- 
sides its stores, the town contains five churches, $50,000 school, 
museum, convent, four g^ood hotels and opera house, and has elec- 
tric lig-ht, waterworks and seweragfe system. Surroundings towns 
and villagfes where no papers are published : Penhold, Content, 
Blackfalds and Evarts. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; F. W. Galbraith, publisher; established 
1900; independent-liberal; Friday; subscription $1.00; six pag-es, 
7 col., 21^4 inches. Circ'n 3^ 

NEWS, weekly; John. A. Carswell, publisher; established 1905; 
conservative; Wednesday; subscription $1.00; six pag^es, 7 col., 
2 1 14^ inches. Circ'n }( 

SEDGE WICK, pop. 200, District of Ponoka, on Wetaskiwin branch 
of C. P. R. , 77 miles E. of Wetaskiwin ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industry : mixed farming^. Surrounding- towns and villagfes where 
no papers are published ; Loug-heed and Killam. 

SENTINEL, weekly; A. J. Hovey, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 4 col., 
13X inches. 

See Advt. Page 46. 

STETTLER, pop. 1,100, District of Lacombe, on a branch line of the 
C.P.R., east from Lacombe, 50 miles distant ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : farming- and coal mining. Stettler is situated in 
the centre of, and is the distributing point for, an excellent wheat 
growing district, which has the advantage 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, Con- 
tent, Ewing, Trenville, Ingleton, Red Willow and Essington. 

INDEPENDENT, weekly; C. L. Willis, editor and publisher; 
established 1906 ; liberal ; Tuesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

STRATHCONA, pop. 4,000, District of Strathcona, on the N. Sas- 
katchewan River, on the opposite bank to Edmonton ; the terminus 
of the C. & E. branch of C.P.R., and the headquarters of the C.P.R. 
for Northern Alberta. Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
farming and mining. The city contains, besides its stores, etc., 
seven churches, four schools, provincial university, six hotels, two 
saw mills, oatmeal and flour mills, tannery, coal mines and two brick 
yards. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Ellerslie, Oloskwan, Clover Bar, Hortonville and Tofield. 

CHRONICLE, semi-weekly; Chronicle Co., publishers, Harry 
Jackman, manager ; established 1904 ; conservative ; Tuesday and 
Friday; subscription $1.00 ; ten pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n }^ 

PLAIN DEALER, semi-weekly; Plaindealer Co., publishers; 
established 1894; independent-liberal; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1 .50; six to eight pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Circ'n i 



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TABER, pop. 2,000, District of Lethbridgfe, on Lethbridge branch of 
C. P. R., 76 miles W. of Medicine Hat, 32 miles E. of Lethbridge ; 
Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farniingf, ranchingf and mining^. 
Besides its stores, etc., the town has four churches, four large 
hotels, two public schools, two halls, electric lights, and has ten coal 
mines operating. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Purple Springs, Wetmore, Woodpecker and Chip. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; established 1907 ; W. A. M. Bellwood, 
editor and publisher; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.50; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n % 

VEGREVILLE, pop. i,ooo, District of Vermilion, on the Vermilion 
River, and on Edmonton section of C. N. R., 72 miles E. of Edmon- 
ton ; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mixed fanning and 
ranching. A prosperous agricultural town, founded in 1905, and 
surrounded by rich farming lands. It has, besides its stores, five 
churches, high, public and separate schools, convent, town hall and 
hospital. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Lavoy, Innisfree, Ranfurly, Mundare, Chipman, Beaver 
Lake and Tofield. 

OBSERVER, weekly; A. L. Horton, publisher; established 1906; 
independent-liberal; W^ednesday ; subscription $1.00; five to ten 
pages, 6 col., 19)4^ inches. ' Circ'n ^ 

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VERMILION, pop. 623, District of Vermilion, a divisional point on 
the main line of the C. N. R., half way between Edmonton and 
Battleford ; Tel. , T. , Ex. , Bank. Vermilion is beautifully located on 
the high bank overlooking the Vermilion River, a tributary 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 ot 
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; estab- 
lished 1906 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 6 col., 193,4 inches. Circ'n ^ 

WETASKIWIN, pop. 3,000, District of Wetaskiwin, on C. & E. 
branch of C.P. R., 40 miles S. of Edmonton, 152 miles N. of Calgary; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: lumbering, government 
creamery, flour milling, stock raising and farming. The town con- 
tains besides its stores, etc. , eight hotels, six large grain elevators, a 
ten-room high and public school, eight churches, town hall, opera 
house, hospital, three banks, and has electric light plant and water 
works. It is the market for the Beaver Lake and Battle River 
settlements. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Millet, Cherry Grove, New Norway, Crooked Lake, 
Angus Ridge and Lewisville. 

POST, weekly ; L. D. von Iffland, editor and publisher ; estab- 
lished 1904; independent; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19^4^ inches. Circ'n i 

TIMES, weekly; V. C. French, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1901 ; liberal; Thursday; subscription $1.00 ; ^ight pages 
up, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n i^'^ 



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British Columbia, the largest of all the provinces of the Canadian Con- 
federation, has a land area of 370,191 sq. miles, and a water area of 2,439 
sq. m., beinjj more than the combined areas of France, Italy, Belg"ium and 
Holland. All the jjreat natural features of the other provinces are here 
reproduced on a magnified scale, the great prairies of the North-W^st 
alone excepted. It has a greater variety of climate than any other prov- 
ince, 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 ;'verage the climate is mild and equable and resembles that of 
many parts of England. Its many splendid valleys and level plateaus are 
exceedingly fertile. Its wonderful coast line of thousands of miles embrac- 
ing 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. Agri- 
culture and fruit culture are growing rapidly with the spread of mining, 
both south and north. In 1906 the average production per farm was 
$j,543 — the highest in the Dominion. The value of the farm crops in 1906 
was $6,500,000, uf fruit crops $1,250,000, of dairy and hog products 
$2,000,000. The timber cut in 1908 was worth $20,000,000. In fisheries, 
its vast salmon industries make it a close second to Nova Scotia, the total 
■value of British Columbia fisheries in 1908 being $6,122,923; this is a fair 
annual average, and in addition nearly $500,000 worth of sealskins are 
taken annually in the open season. The wealth of British Columbia in 
minerals can as yet scarcely be calculated, for tracts of country thousands 
of square 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 rail- 
ways. Among thi minerals mined or exported to a greater or less extent 
are gold, silver, c^al, iron, copper, zinc, galena, mercury, cinnibar, platin- 
um, antimony, bismuth, molybendum, plumbago, salt, marble and mica, 
while many other minerals are knoviTi 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 Ameri- 
can coast of the Pi cific is now looking to British Columbia for its coal 
supplies. In addition to the vast supplies of coal on Vancouver Island, the 
extensive beds of tho Crows Nest Pass have been proved to be excellent 
steam coal. The" Qoal 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 square mile. Gold is found in greater or 
less quantity all ovt. 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 1908 the mineral production of the province was as follows : 
gold, $5,973,520; copper, $5,792,820; coal, $5,950,000; lead, $1,654,694; 
silver, $1,518,500; other materials, including coke, $2,968,001, making a 
total of $24,980,546. There are eleven smelters and one refinery in opera- 
tion, with a capacity of nearly 8,000 tons per day. 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 260,000. The province has 
293 schools, with a total enrolment of 33,314 pupils. The annual expendi- 
ture for education has increased from $171,31 1 in 1891 to $464,473 in 1908. 
The province is represented in the Dominion Parliament by three senators, 
and seven members of the House of Commons. The local government is 
is carried on by a single chamber, the Legislative Assembly, having 42 
members. Capital, Victoria. 



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ALBERNI, pop. 500, District of Comox-Atlin, on the Alberni Canal 
and Somas River, 59 miles N.W. of Nanaimo, 100 miles N.W. of 
Vancouver, and 140 miles N.W. of Victoria ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries: lumberingf, miningf, fishing and agriculture. The 
town contains three churches, school, court house and land and 
mining- recorder's office. Millions of dollars worth of timber is held 
by manufacturers, waiting the railyvay now under construction. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Parksville, Clayoquot, Bamfield and Sandwick. 

PIONEER NEWS, weekly; R. J. Burde, 'publisher ; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 
5 col. Circ'n % 

ARMSTRONG, pop. i,ooo. District of Yale-Cariboo, on S. & O. 
branch of C P. R., 35 miles from main line, 225 miles N. E. of Van- 
couver, 250 miles W. by S. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : fruit growing, cattle raising and general farming, flour 
and saw mills, sash and door factory and creamery. The town has 
waterworks and electric light, five churches, high and public 
schools. 

ADVERTISER, weekly; Chambers & Wolfenden, publishers; 
established 1902 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; eight 
pages, 6 col., 19/^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

ASH CROFT, pop. 500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the main line of 
the C. P. R., 200 miles N. E. of Vancouver and 45 miles W. of Kam- 
loops ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. The government offices are located at 
Ashcroft. Chief Industries : stock raising, fruit farming and agri- 
culture. The town contains besides its stores, etc., three churches, 
school, three hotels and jail. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Pennys, Barkerville, Clinton, Soda 
Creek, Quesnelle Forks, Basque, Spatsum, Spence's Bridge, Lytton, 
Savons, Semlin and Chilcoten. 

JOURNAL, weekly; Ashcroft Printing Co., Ltd., publishers; 
established 1895; independent; Saturday; subscription $2.00; four 
to six pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

CHILLIWACK, pop. 1,000, 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. R. ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: fruit and hop growing, 
dairying, poultry and stock raising, mixed farming, fruit canning, 
lumbering, mining and fishing. It is situated in a valley surrounded 
by high mountains at the foot of Popcum Mountain, which is about 
eight miles from Chilliwack. The town contains five churches, pub- 
lic and high schools, opera house and five hotels, with electric light 
and waterworks systems, and just outside the town, in the village of 
Sardis, is a large Indian mission. Surrounding towns and villages 
where no papers are published : Yale, Port Moody, Hope, Douglas, 
Sardis, Pemberton and Anderson. 

PROGRESS, weekly; J. D. Taylor, M. P., publisher; estab- 
lished 1890 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

C RAN BROOK, pop. 3,500, District of Kootenay, on the Lethbridge 
section of the C. P. R., 350 miles E. of Vancouver and, 50 miles W. 
of the Crows Nest Pass; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : farm- 
ing, fruit growing, lumbering and mining. The town contains be- 

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sides its stores, three saw mills, two sash and door factories, electric 
lig^ht, water works and cold storage plants, and eig^ht hotels. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Doris, 
Wycliffe, Fort Steele, Wardner and Kimberley. 

HERALD, weekly; Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers, 
F. F. Simpson, editor and manager; established 1898; independent; 
Thursday; subscription $2.00; six pages, 7 col., 21X inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 1,328'A^ 

PROSPECTOR, weekly; A. B. Grace, publisher and editor; 
established 1H95 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; eight 
p.'iges, 6 col., 1914 inches. Circ'n )4. 

CRES I ON, pop. 550, District of Kootenay, on Kootenay Lake and 
C.P.R., 67 miles S. W. of Cranbrook, 68 miles by rail S. E. of Nelson 
and a few miles from the United Stales boundary; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Chief Industries : farming and fruit growing. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Sirdar, Kitchener, 
Goatfell and Tochty. 

REVIEW, weekly; Creston Publishing Co., publishers; estab- 
lished 1908 ; independent ; Thursday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 
7 col., \~iV\ inches. 

CUMBERLAND, pop. 1,149, District of Vancouver Island, nearest 
portComox, on Nanaimo and Texada Island, S. S. line (weekly) be- 
tween Victoria and Coniox ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: 
coal mining and lumbering. The town contains several stores and a 
hotel. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Alexander, Oyster Harbour and Oyster Bay Siding. 

NEWS, weekly; J. .\. Bates, publisher; established 1892; 
liberal ; Tuesday ; subscription $1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 20 inches. 

Circ'n % 

DUNCAN, pop. 207, District of Nanaimo, on the E. & N. Ry., 27 
miles N. W. of Victoria, on Vancouver Island ; Tel., Ex., Bank. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are published : 
Somenos, Westholme, Crofton, Koksilah, Cowichan and Cobble 
Hill. 

COWICHAN LEADER, weekly; Ormond T. Smithe, editor 
and proprietor ; established 1905 ; conservative ; Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

EBURNE, pop. 500, District of New Westminster, on the north arm 
of the Eraser River and on the B. C. Electric Ry. from Vancouver 
to Steveston, 5 miles from the Vancouver waterfront on Burrard 
Inlet ; Tel., T. , Bank. Chief Industries: flour, saw and shingle 
mills, salmon canneries and packing houses near by. 

POINT GREY GAZETTE, weekly; J. A. Paton, publisher; 
established 1908 ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00 ; eight pages, 4 col., 
'3/^ inches. 

ENDERBY, pop. 800, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Spallumacheen 
River and Okanagan branch oi C. P. R., 85 miles S.W. of Revelstoke 
and 275 miles N. E. of Vancouver; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries: lumber and flour mills, fruit growing, poultry raising and 
mixed farming. 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. The town contains, besides its 
stores, five churches, public and high schools, hill and six fraternal 

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lodges ; good railway and waterway facilities, electric lighting and 
good water supply. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Mara, Lansdowne, Kault, Silver Creek, Notch 
Hill and Tappen. 

WALKER'S WEEKLY, weekly; Walker Press, publishers; 
established igo8 ; independent-conservative ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
lion $2.00; twelve pages, 3 col., 9^ inches. 

Also publish Uiider the Pines. 

UNDER THE PINES, monthly; Walker Press, publishers; 
established 1908 ; new thought ; subscription 50 cents ; thirty-two 
pages, I col., 4 inches. 

Also publish Walker's Weekly. 

F ERNIE, pop. 6,500, Kootenay District, on the Crows Nest section of 
C. P. R., and terminus of G. N. Ry. branch from Rexford, Mont., in 
The Pass, 35 miles W. of the Summit, and the headquarters of the 
Crows Nest Pass Coal Co.; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: 
coal mining and coke works and saw mills. Good hunting and fish- 
ing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are publish- 
ed : Cokato and Sparwood. 

FREE PRESS, weekly; J. R. W^allace & Co., pubHshers ; 
established 1898; independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; eight 
pages, size 16 x 22. Circ'n ^ 

LEDGER, weekly; United Mine Workers of Am., Dist. No. 18, 
. publishers, W. S. Stanley, managing editor ; established 1904 ; inde- 
pendent ; Saturday; subscription $1.00; six pages, 7 col., 21^^ inches. 
See Advt. Page 36. Circ'n i 

GOLDEN, pop. 1,000, Kootenay District, on the Columbia River and 
C.P.R., 96 miles E. of Revelstoke, 140 miles W. of Calgary; Tel., 
Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, farming, fruit growing 
and mining. Golden is the distributing point for mails in the East 
Kootenay district, and is the point of departure from the C. P. R. 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. Golden is noted for its beautiful scener}-, and is visit- 
ed by many tourists. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Leancoll, Otter Tail, Stephen, Palliser, Beaver, 
Windermere, Nes Murdo, Sinclair, Field, Donald, Glacier House, 
Canmore and Carbonate. 

STAR, weekly; Golden Star Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; established 1903 ; independent ; Saturday ; subscription 
S2.00 ; four pages, 6 col., 19^^ inches. Circ'n yi, 

TIMES, weekly; T. H. Conner, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1906; liberal; W^ednesday ; subscription $1.00; four pages, 
4 col., \2,% inches. Circ'n ^ 

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GRAND FORKS, pop. 2,500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Col- 
umbia & Western branch of C. P. R., the V. V. & E. Ry. (branch of 
Great Northern), and the Kettle Valley lines, about 25 miles W. of 
Rossland, and very close to the U.S. boundary; Tel., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : smelting and fruit growing. Fruit growing in the 
surrounding district is becoming an important industfX' and Granby 
Smelter here is the largest in Canada. Surrounding towns and 

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villages where no papers ^are published : Coryell, Cascade, Gilpin, 
Fisherman, Eholt Jet. and Carson. 

GAZETTE, weekly; George R. Belton, publisher; established 
1896 ; conservative ; Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four ^a,ges, 
7 col. , 21'^ inches. 

GREENWOOD, pop. 2,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, on C. P. R., 
117 miles S. W. of Nelson and about twenty miles from the United 
States boundary; Tel., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : mining, two 
smelters. The town contains besides its stores, etc., a hospital and 
17 hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Eholt, McKinney, Fairview and Midway. 

BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES, weekly; Millar & Davidson, 
publishers; established 1896; liberal; Friday; subscription $2.00; 
four pages, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n J^ 

LEDGE, weekly; R. T. Lowery, publisher; established 1906; 
conservative; Thursday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 7 col., 20 
inches. Circ'n }4 

H ED LEY, pop. 300, District of Vale-Cariboo, on the Similkameen 
River ; Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : mining and and lumbering. 
The town has waterworks, electric light, school and churches. 
Surrounding points where no papers are published : 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, 5 col., 17^ inches. Circ'n -^ 

KAMLOOPS, pop. 2,600, District of Yale-Cariboo, at the confluence 
of the Xorth and South Thompson Rivers, on the C. P. R., 250 miles 
N. E. of Vancouver, 291 miles W. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. 
It is the distributing centre for the Nicola, Okanagan, Grand Prairie, 
North Thompson and Spallumcheen valleys, which are the chief 
agricultural sections of the upper country. Chief Industries : iron 
and copper mining, two saw and grist mills, fruit growing, lumber- 
ing, ranching and farming. The town contains five churches and 
four schools, brewery, cigar and canning factories, court hoyse, 
land registry office, central prison and old man's home, has a good 
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. R. have some important shops here. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published: Lilloet, Clinton, Lytton, 
Louis Creek, Notch Hill, Shuswap, Savonas, Kualt, Yale, Pember- 
ton, Douglas, Grand Prairie and Ducks. 

INLAND SENTINEL, semi- weekly ; Dr. M. S. Wade, editor 
and publisher ; established 1880; liberal ; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $2.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

See .Idvt. Pn^e 74. 

STANDARD, weekly; F. E. Young, publisher; established 
1897; conservative; Thursday.; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

KASLO, pop. 1,200, Kootenay District, on Kootenay Lake, and 
terminus of Kaslo and Slocan Ry. ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : smelting, mining, ore sampling, fruit growing and lum- 
bering. The town has railway connection with Sandon, B.C., and 
has also a regular line of steamers to Nelson, B.C., and Bonners 
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contains churches of all denominations, 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, Ains- 
w'orth, Lardo, Argent, Howser, Gerrard and Proctor. 

KOOTENAI N, weekly; Potter & Power, publishers ; established 
1895 ; conservative ; Thursday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i 

KELOWNA, pop. 1,500, 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. R., and 30 miles S. of Vernon ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries ; fruit packing, canning, 
cigar factory, brick works, cement block works, saw mill, sash and 
door factory and boat building yard. The town is prettily situated 
and has four churches, public and high schools, hospital, reading 
room, opera house, exhibition hall and three hotels, and has munici- 
pal electric light plant and waterworks. 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, repeated success in 1907 and captured gold 
medal at Vancouver for best display of fruit. 

COURIER, AND OKANAGAN ORCHARDIST, weekly; Geo. 
C. Rose, publisher ; established 1905 ; independent-liberal ; Thurs- 
day ; subscription $1.50 ; six pages, 6 col., i/^^ inches. 

ORCHARD CITY RECORD, weekly; John Leathley, pub- 
lisher; established 1908; conservative; Thursday; subscription 
$1.50; eight pages, 6 col., ig^-^ inches. 

KEREMEOS, pop. 300, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Similka- 
meen River and Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern Ry., 150 miles E. of 
Vancouver and 140 miles W- of Nelson ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief 
Industries : fruit growing, mining and ranching. The town Contains 
a church, school, town hall, customs office and faimer's exchange. 
A splendid irrigation system is in operation in the district. 

TRUMPET, weekly; J. A. Brown, publisher; established 1908; 
independent; Friday; subscription $2.00; eight pages, 4 col., 13/^ 
inches. 

M ERR ITT, pop. 500, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Nicola River, 
about 65 miles S.W. of Kamloops, nearest railway station Spence's 
Bridge; Tel., T., Ex. Chief Industries: saw mill, brewery, coal 
mining, horse and cattle raising and farming. The town contains a 
school, jail and three hotels. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published : Coutlee, Middlesboro, Nicola, Lower 
Nicola, Spence's Bridge, Lytton, Clapperton and Canford. 

NICOLA HERALD, weekly; L. G. Lobsinger, publisher; estab- 
lished 1903 ; independent ; F"riday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 

5 col., 1534. inches. 

MICHEL, pop. 2,500, District of Kootenay, on C. P. R. and Great 
Northern Ry. , 24 miles N. of Fernie, 81 miles W. of Macleod ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: coal mining. The pay roll at the 
mines runs from $70,000 to $100,000 a month. The town contains 
three churches, school and three hotels. 

REPORTER, weekly; Geo. G. Meikle, publisher; established 
1908; independent; Saturday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 

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MISSION CITY, pop., 600, District ot New Westminster, on the 
Fraser River, and at the junction of the C.P. R. main line with the 
southern branch connecting with ail lines south, 42 miles E. of Van- 
couver ; Tel., T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: fruit g^rowing', 
creamery, lumbering, fishing, fire clay brick works and box factory. 
The town contains three churches, public schools, R.C. mission 
school and three hotels. The surrounding district is ideal for fruit 
growing. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Silverdale, Whonnock, Haney, Hammond, Dewdney, 
Deroche, Harrison, Abbotsford, Claybum, Agassiz, Huntingdon and 
Ruskin. 

FRASER VALLEY RECORD, weekly; J. A. Bates, publisher; 
established 1908 ; independent ; Thursday; subscription Si. 00 ; eight 
pages, 4 col., 13 inches. 

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, Epworth and the farming section known as South 
Vancouver Municipality. 

ADVOCATE, weekly; Coast Printing & Publishing Co., pub- 
lisher; established 1899; independent; Friday; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, size 24 x 18. Circ'n ^ 

MQYIE, pop. 1,000, District of Kootenay, on the C. P.R. and Mo3ie 
Lake, 1 20 ^ miles S. of Cranbrook ; Tel., Ex. 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, 7 col., 21 
inches, Circ'n % 

NANA! MO, pop. 8,000, District of Nanaimo, on the east coast of 
Vancouver Island, Gulf of Georgia, 70 miles N. of Victoria and 40 
miles N. of V^ancouver, on the Island division of C. P. R.; Tel., T., 
Ex., Banks. Chief Industries : coal mines, herring fisheries, lumber 
mills and quarries. The city contains eight churches, public and 
private schools, court house, city hall and fire hall, and it is the chief 
depot of the Western Fuel Coal Mining Company, who own 33,000 
acres of land. 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; conservative; subscription $5.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 18 inches. Circ'n \% 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1874 ; Tuesday and Saturday ; sub- 
scription $1.50; four to eight pages, 7 col., 21 1^ inches. Circ'n i j^' 

See Adi't. Pufjc 32. 

HERALD, every morning except Monday; Nanaimo Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1900; liberal; subscription $5.00 ; 
four to eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n \% 

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NELSON, pop. 6,000, District ot Kootenay, on south shore of Koot- 
enay Lake and Columbia and Western branch of C. P. R., and north- 
ern terminus of Spokane Falls and northern branch of G. N. Ry. ; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: mining, smelting-, lumber- 
ing, breweries, machinery, planing, sash and door factories, zinc 
refinery, shingle mill, wire works, iron foundries and machine shops. 
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 fo»md. Nelson 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. R. have 
large yards and repair shops here. Excellent hotel accommoda- 
tion. The city owns electric light and power plant, and the gas 
work?/ also suppl}^ light and fuel. In amusements and means of 
I'lUertainment 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, Arrowhead, Ainsworth, Sirdar, Salino, Erie and 
Castlegar. 

NEWS, every morning except Monday; News Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers; established 1900; conservative; subscription 
$5.00; eight pages, 7 col., ig inches. Circ'n 2^ 

WEEKLY; established 1900; Saturday; subscription $2.00 ; four 
pages, 7 col., 19 inches. Circ'n % 

NEW WESTMINSTER, pop. 12,148, District of New Westmin- 
ster, on the Eraser River, 18 miles from its mouth, and on C.P.R. 
and G. N.Ry., 12 miles S.E. of Vancouver, 75 miles N. E. of Victoria; 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: salmon fisheries, lumber- 
ing, oatmeal and woollen mills, machine and boiler shops, fonndr}', 
furniture factory, canning factory, cold storage, saw mills, boat 
building, glassworks, tannery, brewery, distillery, carriage works 
and canneries. New Westminster is connected with Vancouver, 
Ch,illiwack and Eburne by an electric passenger railway, and a 
million dollar public bridge, carrying the tracks of the G. N. Ry., 
crosses the Fraser River opposite New Westminster. The city con- 
tains two cathedrals, churches, high, public and private schools, 
Carnegie library. Provincial and Dominion government offices, court 
house, penitentiary, jail, asylum, hospitals and opera house. Its 
system of water works cost $400,000. The citj' owns its electric 
lighting plant for streets and houses. There are daily steamers to 
ports up and down the Eraser, 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, 
Abbotsford, Silverdale, Coquitlam, Surrey Centre, Langley, Hunt- 
ingdon, Ladner and Steveston. 

COLUMBIAN, every evening except Sunday; The Columbian 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1886 ; conservative ; subscription 
. $5.00; eight pages, 6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

WEEKLY (The British CohimbiatiJ , established i86o; Tuesday; 
subscription $1.00; forty pages, 4 col., 13 inches. Circ'n 2% 

NEWS, every morning except Sunday; Daily New-s Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1905; liberal; subscription $5.00; 
eight pages, 6 col., 19^4 inches. Circ'n i 

WEEKLY, established 1906; subscription $1.00 ; dlght pages; 
6 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

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NORTH VANCOUVER, pop. 3,500, on Burrard Inlet, opposite 
Vancouver, and two miles distant; T. , Bank. Chief Industries: 
shipyard and marine waj-s, wood working factories, fish curinjf and 
pacliing^, and logfging^ camps and mines near by. It is an incorpor- 
ated city, has city hall, schools and churches, electric railway, elec- 
tric light, a deep sea water frontage, and half-hourly ferry service to 
Vancouver. 

EXPRESS, weekly; Smitheringale & Morden, publishers ; estab- 
lished 1905; independent; Friday; subscription $i.oo; four pages, 
6 col., 19 inches. Circ'n ^ 

PYTHIAN SHIELD, monthly; C. E. Smitheringale, publisher; 
established 1906; fraternal; 15th of month; subscription $1.00; 
four pages, 5 col., 18^ inches. 

PENTICTON, pop. 800, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the W. shore 
of Okanagan Lake near its south end, 35 miles S. of Kelowna, 73 
miles S. of Vernon ; T., Bank. The town is exceptionally well sit- 
uated and laid out ; has steamboat connection with Okanagan Land- 
ing on the north, the terminus of the S. & O. branch of the C. P. R. 
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 an excellent fruit growing district. The town 
is well supplied with stores, schools and churches. 

PRESS, weekly; W. J. Clement, pubHsher ; established 1906; 
independent ; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 6 col., 19^ 
inches. Circ'n ^^ 

PHOENIX, pop. 1,900, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Columbia and 
Western branch of the C.P.R. and V.V. & E. extension of G.N.Ry., . 
30 miles W. of Rossland ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: mining. 
The town contains five churches, two schools, public library, town 
hall, opera house, six hotels and a brewery, and has electric light, 
water works and good fire protection. From 700 to 1,000 men are 
regularly employed in the mines, and an average of $90,000 is dis- 
tributed monthly in wages. Surrounding towns and villages where 
no papers are published ; Eholt, Denoro, Hartford, Mother Lode, 
Anaconda, Midway, Skylark Camp, Summit Camp and Wellington 
Camp. 

PIONEER, AND BOUNDARY MINING JOURNAL, weekly; 
Pioneer Publishing Co., publishers; established 1899; independent ; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages, 7 col., 21^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

PORT ESSINGTON, District of Comox-Atlin, at the mouth of the 
Skeena River, about 450 miles N.W. of Vancouver ; Tel., Bank. 

LOYALIST, weekly. No report. 

PRINCE RUPERT, pop. 600, District of Comox-Atlin, on the 
Pacific Ocean, the western terminus of the G.T. P.Ry., 600 miles N. 
of Vancouver, 650 miles N. of Victoria ; Tel. , Banks. No building 
lots in the townsite are to be sold before May 1909, so that no indus- 
tries have yet been established, except building of the Grand Trunk 
Pacific. 

EMPIRE, weekly; Empire Printing Co., Ltd., publishers, John 
Houston, managing director ; established 1907 ; independent; Satur- 
day; subscription $5.00 ; six pages, 4 wide col., 15 inches. Circ'n i 

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PRINCETON, pop. 600, District of Yale-Cariboo, on the Similka- 
ineen and Tulameen Rivers, 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 ; T. , Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : placer and quartz 
jj^old mining- and coal and copper mining. Surrounding towns and 
villages where no papers are published ; Granite Creek, Tulameen, 
Appen Grove and Ashnola. 

SIMILKAMEEN STAR, weekly; A. E. Howse, publisher; 
established 1900; liberal; Wednesday; subscription $2.00; six 
pages, 4 col., 13 inches. Circ'n % 

QUEEN CHARLOTTE, District of Comox-Atlin, on Queen Char- 
lotte Sound, about 400 miles N.W. of Vancouver. 

NEWS, weekly; News Publishing Co. , publishers; independent; 
Saturday ; subscription $2.00 ; four pages. 

QUESNEL, pop. 200, District of Yale-Cariboo, at the junction of the 
Eraser and Quesnel Rivers, 230 miles N. of Ashcroft, the nearest 
railway station on the C.P.R., and 434 miles N. of Vancouver; Tel., 
T., Ex. Chief Industries : farming, saw and flour mills. The town 
contains a church, school, court house and post office. Quesnel is 
the main distributing point for the Eraser and Mechaco Valleys and 
is connected with the C. P. R. by a 290 mile stage route — the longest 
on the continent. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Barkerville, Quesnel Forks, Soda Creek, Alexandria 
and Fort George. 

CARIBOO OBSERVER, weekly; John B. Daniell, publisher; 
established 1908; conservative ; Saturday; subscription $2.00; eight 
pages, 5 col., 17^ inches. 

REVELSTOKE, pop. 4,000, District of Kootenay, on the Columbia 
River and C. P. R., at junction with Arrowhead and Kootenay Ry., 
381 miles N. E. of V^ancouver, 128 miles E. of Kamloops, 260 miles 
N.W. of Calgary; Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: railway 
workshops, employing from 200 to 300 hands, three breweries, 
woodenware and cigar factories, lumbering, saw and shingle mills, 
mining, ranching, fruit growing and farming. The city contains 
seven churches, public and high schools, city hall, Y. M. C. A., 
hospital, two fine halls, opera house, eight hotels, stores, water and 
electric and power works, smelter, and has good steamboat con- 
nection. It is the business centre of Kootenay, and division head- 
quarters of C. P. R. Surrounding towns and villages where no 
papers are published : Albert Canyon, Craigellachie, Kicking Horse 
Pass, Rodger's Pass, Beaver, Arrowhead, Comapte, Beaton and 
Glacier. 

MAIL-HERALD, semi-weekly; Interior Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1893 ; independent ; Wednesday and Satur- 
day ; subscription $2.50; four pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n i^ 

OBSERVER, weekly; E. A. Haggen, publisher; established 
1908; independent ; Friday; subscription $2.00; four pages, 6 col., 
i<)% inches. 

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ROSSLAND, pop. 6,000, District of Yale-Cariboo, situated 3,500 feet 
above sea level, on C. P. R. and G. N. Ry., Tel., T., Ex., Banks. 
Chief Industries : gold and copper mining and lumbering. The 
principal mines are Le Roi, Le Roi No. 2, War Eagl€ and Centre 
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Consolidated Mining' and Smelting Co. Since active mining was 
commenced in 1906, the Le Roi, War Eagle and Centre Star lead 
has yielded over $40,000,000 in gold and copper. The town con- 
tains besides its stores, mills, etc., thirty hotels, electric plant and 
water works. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are 
published : Le Roi, McLeod, Warfield and Silica. 

MINER, semi-weekly; William K. Esling, publisher; established 
1896; independent ; Wednesday and Saturday; subscription $3.00; 
four pages, 7 col., 18 inches. Circ'n }^ 

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SALMON ARM, pop. 400, District of Yale-Cariboo, on Salmon 
Arm of Shuswap Lake and main line of C.P.R., 60 miles E. of Kam- 
loops, 60 miles W. of Re\-elstoke, 40 miles X. of Vernon ; Tel., Ex., 
Bank. Chief Industries : lumbering, saw mills, fruit growing, dairy- 
ing and general farming. The town contains five churches, school 
and farmers' exchange. The surrounding country is excellent farm- 
ing land. The town is popular with tourists and as a summer 
resort. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
lished : Squilax, Xotch Hill, Tappen, Shuswap and Mara. 

OBSERVER, weekly; George Armstrong, publisher; estab- 
lished 1907 ; independent ; Friday ; subscription $1.00 ; four pages, 
6 col., 18 inches. 

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SAPPER T ON, District of New Westminster, a suburb of New 
Westminster City; Tel., T., Ex. 

DIAMOND, weekly; David Saunders, publisher; established 
1909. No report. 

SOUTH VANCOUVER, District of Vancouver, a residential 
suburb of \'ancouver ; Tel., T. , Ex. 

TIMES, weekly; Stanley R. Beck, editor and proprietor; estab- 
lished 1909. No report. 

SUMMER LAND, District of Yale-Cariboo, on Okanagan Lake and 
C.P.R., 106 miles S. of Sicamous Junction on the main line, 60 miles 
S. of V^emon ; Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries : farming and fruit 
growing. 

REVIEW, weekly. No report. 

TRAIL, pop. 1,500, District of Kootenay, on Columbia River and 
C.P.R., 27 miles from Rossland ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Indus- 
tries : smelting, fruit growing and ranching. The town contains 
besides its stores, etc., nine hotels. Trail is the trading centre of 
the rich Columbia River fruit growing and ranching district. Sur- 
rounding towns and villages where no papers are published : Smelter 
Junction, Concentrator, Erie, Waneta, Castlegar, Warfield, Tig-er, 
Genelle, Robson, Thrums and Beaver. 

TRAIL NEWS, weekly; William K. Esling, publisher, A. R. 
Babington, manager ; established 1895 ; independent ; Saturday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; four pages, size 13 x 20. Circ'n yi 

See Adi't . Pitge 34. 

VANCOUVER, pop. 85,000, District of Vancouver, on Burrard Inlet 
and English Bay, the Pacific Coast terminus of the C. P. R. and 
G. N. Ry. ; the largest and most flourishing city in the province, 90 

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miles N. of V^ictoria ; Tel., T., Ex., and the banking- centre for 
British Columbia. It is connected with New Westminster, Chilli- 
wack and Steveston by Electric Railway. Chief Industries : ship 
building-, iron works, pipe works, miningf, lumbering, sugar refining, 
flour milling, salmon fishenies, fruit growing and farmingf. 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 north- 
ern and Yukon shipping. A gfreat deal of the lumber from the 
interior is sent to V^ancouver for shipment. The cit\' contains fifty- 
one churches, thirty public and several private schools, a hig-h 
school, normal school and university, Carnegie library, hospitals, 
three public parks, the largest, Stanley park, comprising- 956 acres 
and acknowledged to be one of the gfrandest parks in the Dominion. 
Building permits issued in 1906 amounted to $4,233,910, in 1908 to 
$5,910,845 ; Clearing House returns for 1908, $183,083,456 ; munici- 
pal improvements in 1908 cost $1,500,000. Regular steamers ply 
between this port and San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and all 
northern ports. New Westminster, Victoria and Nanaimo. The 
C. P. R. maintain a mag-nificent fleet of passenger and freight boats, 
plying between Vancouver and the Far East. It has an excellent 
harbor and larg-e C. P. R. 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, Cit}' Hall and Regfistry Office. Surrounding- towns and vil- 
lag-es where no papers are published : Agassiz, North Bend, Hope, 
Cheam, Sumas, Abbotsford, Huntingdon, Langley, Cloverdale, Lad- 
ner, Steveston, Lulu Island, Hasting-s, Port Moody, Barnett, Ham- 
mond, Haney and Sapperton. 

NEWS ADVERTISER, every morning: except Monday ; News 
Advertiser Publishing Co., publishers ; established 1886; independ- 
ent; subscription $5.00; twelve to twenty pages, 7 col., 21'/^ 
inches. Circ'n 3^ 

WEEKLY, established 1888; Tuesday; subscription $1.00 ; eight 
to ten pages, 7 col., 21 j^ inches. Circ'n i}^ 

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-six pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 
Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 15,922* 

WEEKLY, established 1898 ; Thursday; subscription $1.00; eight 
pages, 7 col., 21 inches. Circ'n i^ 

Advf. — Advertising' contracts ivith the Province, •when desired, are based upon 
the follcnmng guarantees : 1. That the net paid circulation exceeds the combined 
paid circitlatimi oj all other daily papers published in Vanconver and A'e^v H'est- 
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 than that of any two other newspapers 
published in British Columbia. The Province prints daily its circulation figures, 
and furnishes an affidai-it of their correctjiess. Its books and records are at all 
times open to inspection. The Province is the otily paper in British Columbia that 
does this or allo^vs this right. See Advt. Pages 14 and 15. 

WORLD, every evening except Sunday; World Printing: ^.nd 
Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; established 1888 ; liberal ; subscrip- 
tion $3.00 ; sixteen to twenty-eight pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1888; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; twelve pages, 7 col., 21 inches. 

CANADIAN N EWS, Japanese, every morning except Simday ; 
T. Ito, publisher; established 1908; Japanese interests; subscrip- 
tion $5.00 ; eight pages. '" 

WA-YING YAT-PO, Chinese, daily. No report. 



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BRITISH COLUMBIA. 221 

BRITISH COLUMBIA BUILDING NEWS, weekly ; Fripp 

& SprajJi;, publishers; established 1908; trade; subscription $3.00; 
eig'ht pajjes, 5 col., iS inches. 

CITIZEN, weekly; Citizen Publishing- Co., publishers; establish- 
ed 1907; independent-conservative; Thursday; subscription $1.00; 
four to eig^ht pages, 6 col., 20 inches. .S"***- Advt. Page 122. Circ'n 2% 

CLARET, weekly; Herald Co., publishers; established 1909; 
literary; subscription $2.00; twelve pages, 3 col., 7^ inches. 

MOUNT PLEASANT ADVOCATE, .S><' J/w/w/ /YmAraw/. 

SATURDAY SUNSET, weekly; Ford-McConnell, Limited, 
publishers; established 1907; independent; Saturday; subscription 
S2.00; sixteen pages, 6 col., 20 inches. Sec Advt. Page ^. Circ'n 7 

B.C. MINING EXCHANGE, AND ENGINEERING NEWS, 
monthly; B. C. Mining Exchange, Ltd., publishers; established 
1899; mining and engineering; T5th of month ; subscription $1.00; 
forty pages, 3 col., 9^'^ inches. 

LEVY MAGAZINE, monthly; Beatrice A. Levy, Ltd., pub- 
lishers, 336 Hastings St.; established 1908; literary; subscription 
50 cents ; forty pages, 2 col., 1% inches. 

MARINE LIFE, monthly; Tom Robinson, publisher; estab- 
lished 1909; fisheries and marine industries; twenty pages, 9X 12. 

WESTERN LUMBERMAN, monthly; Hugh C. MacLean 
Co., Ltd., publishers ; established 1902 ; trade ; subscription $2.00 ; 
thirty-four to forty-four pages, 2 col., 12 inches. 

Also dated at Winnipeg. 

WESTERN WAGE EARNER, monthly; Vancouver Trades 
& Labor Council, publishers ; established 1909 ; trade unionism ; ist 
of month ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty-four pages, 3 col. , 9^ 
inches. 

WESTWARD HO, monthly; Bram Thompson, editor-in-chief, 
Percy F. Godenrath, business manager ; established 1907 ; literary ; 
subscription Si. 00 ; 1 10 pages and upward, 2 col., 8 inches. 

See Advt. Page 70. 

VERNON, pop. 2,500, District, of Yale-Cariboo, on Okanagan Lake, 
the terminus of the Shuswap & Okanagan tfranch of C. P. R. ; Tel., 
T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: fruit growing, grist mill, sash 
and door factories, pork packing and farming. The town contains 
churches, public and high schools, insane asylum, customs office 
and general hospital, and has electric light and waterworks. 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 "Coldstream 
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 pub- 
lished : Lumby, Fairview, Peachland, Camp McKinney, Oyama, 
Okanagan Centre and Westbank. 

OKANAGAN, semi-weekly; Okanagan Publishing Co., Ltd., 
publishers ; established 1905 ; liberal ; Wednesday and Saturday ; 
subscription $2.00 ; eight pages, 6 col., 19^:^ inches. Circ'n ^ 

NEWS, weekly; Vernon News Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers ; established iSgi ; conserv?itive ; Thursday ; subscrip- 
tion $2.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 2\% inches. Circ'n \^ 

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VICTORIA, pop. 30,000, District of Victoria, the capital of British 
Cohimbia, on Vancouver Island, on the Straits of Juan de Fuca, and 
on the Esquimault & Xanaimo Ry. , and Victoria & Sidney Ry., of 
which it is the terminus, 38 miles from Port Townsend, Wash., 20 
miles from Port Ang"eles, Wash., 72 miles S. of Vancouver, 73 miles 
S. of New Westminster and 750 miles from San Francisco, Cal. ; 
Tel., T. , Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: the fur sealing' trade, ship- 
building, vvhalingf, 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, boot and shoe, vinegar, pickle, biscuit, cigar, cigar 
box, sash, door and furniture factories, ship building, cement works, 
mining and quarrying. The city contains fifteen churches, several 
non-sectarian schools, free to allj and three hospitals, one of which, 
the Royal Jubilee Hospital, cost $100,000, also Provincial Govern- 
ment Building, which cost $1,000,000. The new C. P. R. hotel, the 
Empress, is regarded as one of the finest in Canada. The city 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 Governments 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, Mexico, Peru and Chili, in hides, fish, coal, 
lumber and minerals. It has a fine system of water works and fire 
department, is lighted by electricity and gas, and is well provided 
with steamboat connection. Towns and villages where no papers 
are published : Esquimault, Colwood, Sydney and Coldstream. 

CO LO N I ST, 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, 7 col., 19X inches. 

Sworn Circ'n, actual average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 6,224'A^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1858; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

EVEN I NG POST (evening edition of ColojiistJ, every evening 
except Sunday ; established 1909 ; conservative; subscription $5.00 ; 
twelve pages up, 7 col., 1914^ inches. 

Tl M ES, every evening except Sunday ; Times Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, John Nelson, managing director; established 
1884 ; liberal ; subscription $3.00 by mail ; twelve pages and up- 
wards, 7 col., 20 inches. Circ'n 4^ 

SEMI-WEEKLY, established 1884; Tuesday and Friday; sub- 
scription $1.00 ; twelve pages and upwards, 7 col., 20 inches. 

See Advt. Page 64. Circ'n 2% 

B. C. GAZETTE, weekly; R. Wolfenden, King's Printer, pub- 
lisher; established 1863; Thursday; subscription $5.00; one hun- 
dred pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 

hiserts only Government advertisements. 

WEEK, weekly ; Week Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers ; estab- 
lished 1904 ; conservative ; literary review ; Saturday ; subscription 
$1.00; eight to twelve pages, 5 col., 16 inches. 



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B. C. PHARMACEUTICAL RECORD, monthly; Joseph H. 
Emery, editor and publisher ; established 1905 ; pharmacy ; ist of 
month; subscription $1.00; twenty-two to thirty-six pagfes, 2 col., 
"]% inches. 

B.C. POULTRYMAN AND HORTICULTURIST, monthly ; 

B. C. Poultryman Publishing^ Co., publishers, \Vm. Baylis, editor; 
established 1907; subscription $1.00; twenty-eight pagfes, 3 col., 10 
inches. Circ'n 1 }{ 

WESTERN METHODIST RECORDER, monthly; Meth- 
odist Recorder Printing^ & Publishing Co., Ltd., publishers; estab- 
lished 1899 ; relig-ious, Methodist ; subscription 50 cents ; twenty 
pag'es, 3 col., \i% inches. Circ'n i 




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YUKON TERRITORY. 



Yukon Territory, Canada. — Population, in summer 9,000, in winter 
6,000, as it is estimated that 3,000 leave annually to spend the winter on 
the coast. The only industry of the territory is mining-, chiefly gold, of 
which $150,000,000 has been produced within the last ten years, nearly all 
from the vicinity of Dawson. Most of this gold was formerly taken out by 
old-fashioned methods of placer mining, but many capitalists are now 
invading the field and dredging and hydraulic miningf, as well as gold and 
silver quartz mining, are now coming into vogue. Electric power and 
water supplies for operation are conveyed long distances where necessary 
With modern methods it is expected that the output of the Yukon will be 
larger than ever before. Copper is alsp mined near White Horse. A large 
percentage of the vegetables consumed in the territory are raised there, 
but all other food-stuffs must be brought in from outside centres. Heavy 
mining machinery forms an important part of the imports. Altogether 
Yukon annuallv purchases millions of dollars worth of goods from outside. 
Every convenience of life is now afforded in the Territory, including steam- 
boat lines, railway connections from Seattle, Vancouver and Victoria to 
Dawson, and a superb winter stage relay system for travel in or out, so 
that connections can easily be made at any period of the year. 



DAVvSON CITY, pop. 5,000. The metropolis and seat of govern- 
ment of the Klondike gold fields on Yukon River. Tel., T. ,Ex., Banks. 
In proportion to its population, the richest town on earth ; smallest 
piece of money in circulation there, 25 cts. Has five iron and steel 
foundries, five saw mills, five churches, three schools, insane asjlum, 
court house, public buildings to value of $500,000 ; twenty steam- 
boats, three opera houses, five docks, twenty-nine hotels, perfect fire 
protection, water works, electric lights, etc. Outfits the vast Klon- 
dike 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 ; four to eight pages, 8 col., 
2i|^ inches. 

, WEEKLY, established 1899 ; Friday; subscription $3.00 ; twenty- 
four pages, 6 col., ig^ inches. 

YUKON MORNING WORLD AND OFFICIAL GAZETTE, 

weekly; Dawson Daily News Co., publishers; established 1904; 
liberal ; Sunday; subscription $12.00 ; four pages, size 18 x 23. 

WHITE HORSE, pop. i,ooo, Yukon Territory, reached by steamer 
from Vancouver, and on the White Pass and Yukon Ry., 450 miles 
N. of Prince Rupert ; Tel., T., Ex., Bank. Chief Industry: mining. 
Surrounding towns and villages where no papers a;re published : 
Carcross, Conrad, Kluane and Livingstone. 

STAR, weekly; E. J. White, publisher; estabhshed 1900; liberal; 
Friday ; subscription $5.00 ; four pages, size 16 x 22. Circiii ^ 



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NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Newfoundland, the oldest colony in the British Kmpire, embraces the 
Island of Newfoundland and a portion of the Labrador coast of the main- 
and, and is the only part of British North America not as yet included in 
the Dominion of Canada. Though proposals for confederation have at 
various times been made, and although 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 1901 was 226,984, 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, gj'psum, sulphur, graphite, 
lead, asbestos and gold. 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 un- 
covered, 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 
large proportions under the management of British capitalists. More 
attention is being paid to agriculture. 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 agricultural products is over $750,000, 
and the value of land under cultivation, together with horses, sheep, &c. , 
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 has 
been the means of adding greatly to the development not alone in connec- 
tion 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 1905-6 
were $10,414,274, and the exports $12,086,276. 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. 



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BAY OF ISLANDS, pop. 2,200, District of St. George's, on Bay of 
Islands and Humber River Arm, and on Reid Newfoundland Co. 
Ry., 408 miles W. of St. John's; Tel., Ex., Bank. Western head- 
quarters of the Newfoundland Ry. and terminus for the short steam- 
ship service between Newfoundland and Labrador ; rendezvous for 
the English and French naval ships in Newfoundland waters. Chief 
Industries: herringf fishing- worth $150,000 annually, salmon, cod 
and lobster fisheries, copper mining, slate quarrying- ; the shores are 
densely timbered and large saw mills are operated ; a gigantic pulp 
industry is being inaugurated in the vicinity which will employ 2,000 
operatives. There are ten surrounding towns, each with a popula- 
tion of from one to two thousand, where no newspapers are pub- 
lished. The scenery is magnificent. Salmon and trout and big 
game are abundant ; these attract hundreds of tourists and sports- 
men each season. Regular steamship service between Halifax and 
this part of Newfoundland. The town contains eight churches, ten 
schools, two hotels, court house and custom house. 

WESTERN STAR, weekly; W. M. Dooley, publisher; estab- 
lished 1900 ; independent ; Wednesday ; subscription $1.00 ; four 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. Circ'n 3^ 

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. Besides its stores, etc., the town con- 
tains seven churches and two schools. Surrounding villages where 
no papers are published : Porte-de-Grace, Spaniards Bay, Brigus, 
Carbonear, Clark's Beach and Cupids. 

OUTLOOK, weekly; Outlook Printing Company, publishers; 
established 1903 ; liberal ; Saturday ; subscription 50 cents ; four 
pages, 7 col., 20 j4^ inches. Circ'n i^ 

HARBOR GRACE, pop. 6,000, District of Harbor Grace, on the 

# north side of Conception Bay, 20 miles from Portugal Cove, and 
the terminus of the Newfoundland Ry., 84)^ miles N. of St. John's ; 
Tel., Ex., Bank. Chief Industries: seal oil refineries, glue factories, 
tanneries, etc. 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. Surrounding towns 
and villages where no papers are published : Carbonear, 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, 7 col., 13 inches. Circ'n ^ 

St. JOHN S, pop. 32,000, 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., 8^)4 miles S. of Harbor Grace, 500 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 sea- 
ports of America and Europe. It is 1,076 miles from Montreal. 
Tel., T., Ex., Banks. Chief Industries: cordage, foundries, brew- 
eries, nails, butterine, biscuits, boots and shoes, furniture, sashes 
and doors, tobacco, soap, candles, cod liver and seal oil refineries, 
net manufacturing, mining, fishing and fish drying. The city is built 
on the sloping grounds of the north shore, the full length of the ' 

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harbor. The harbor is one of the best in Canada ; it is enclosed 
by two mountains, between the east points of which is the entrance. 
It is capable of sheltering' the largest 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 town contains two cathedrals and various churches, parliament 
buildings, three colleges, four hotels, and is lighted by electricity 
and gas. Surrounding towns and villages where no papers are pub- 
ished : Heart's Content, Carbonear, Placentia Bay and F"erryland. 

CHRONICLE, every evening except Sunday; P. T. McGrath, 
publisher ; established 1908 ; subscription $3.00 ; six and eight 
pages, 7 col., 19^ inches. 

HERALD, every evening except Sunday; J. T. Lawton, editor, 
VV. J. Kent, manager; established 1882; subscription $3.00, foreign 
subscription $4.50; four pages, size 18 x 22. 

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^^. 

Sworn Circ'n, average for 12 mos. to Dec. 31, 1908, 3,226 

Also publish Free Press. 

TELEGRAM, every evening except Sunday; W, J. Herder, 
publisher, W. F. Lloyd, editor ; established 1878 ; liberal ; subscrip- 
tion $3.00, foreign subscription $6.00 ; eight pages, 7 col., 20 
inches. 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. 

Also publish Daily Neivs. 

PLAIN DEALER, weekly, Wiseman & Buckley, publishers; 
established 1907; independent; Wednesday; subscription 80 cents ; 
eight pages, 5 col. , 20 inches. 

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 pages, 4 col., 16 inches. 

Inserts Government advertisements and proclamations. 

TRADE REVIEW, weekly; Devine & O'Mara, publishers; estab- 
lished 1892 ; commercial ; Saturday ; subscription $1.00, foreign 
$1.50; four pages, size 18 x 24. Circ'n 1)^ 

DIOCESAN MAGAZINE, monthly; Church of England 
Synod of Newfoundland, publishers ; established 1887 ; religious, 
Church of England ; subscription 40 cents ; forty to sixty pages, 
2 col., "]% inches. 

FIELDIAN, monthly; Bishop Field College, publishers; educa- 
tional ; two pages. 

METHODIST MONTHLY GREETING, monthly; Geo. 
Paine, for Methodist Conference, publisher; established 1888; 
religious, Methodist ; subscription 40 cents ; forty-eight pages, size 
ID x 7>^. Circ'n i^^ 

PEOPLE, monthly; J. W. Withers, for G. Knowling, publisher; 
established 1896 ; independent ; subscription 30 cents ; thirty-two 
pages, size 8 x 1 1^. 

NEWFOUNDLAND QUARTERLY, quarterly; John J. 
Evans, publisher ; established 1901 ; liberal ; subscription 40 cents ; 
thirty-two pages, 2 col., 10 inches. 



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TWILLINGATE, pop. 3,600, District of Twilling-ate, situated on two 
* islands connected by a bridge, 190 miles from St. .John's. Chief 
Industries : copper mines, himbering, seal and cod fishing'. The 
town contains three churches, nine schools, etc. The harbor is 
open to the sea but is used by shipping of all sizes. Surrounding 
towns and and villages where no papers are published : Tilt Cove, 
Round Harbor, Lewisport, Little Bay, Pilley's Island and Betts 
Cove. 

SUN, AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER, weekly; Geo. ' 
Roberts, editor and publisher ; established 1880 ; independent- 
liberal ; Saturday; subscription $1.00; four pages, 5 col., 18 
inches. Circ'n ^ 




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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cira 



Acton i»950 

Ailsa Craig- 800 

Alexandria 2,100 

AUiston 1,500 

Almonte 3,300 

Alvinston 1,100 

Amherstburg- . . . 2,400 

Arnprior 4, '52 

Arthur i ,600 

Athens 1,200 

Atvvood 700 

Aurora 2,000 

Aylmer 2,500 

Ayr 900 

Ayton 500 

Bancroft 815 

*Barrie 7,000 

Beamsville 900 

Beaverton 1 ,000 

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(( 

Beeton 1,000 

"Belleville 10,000 

t< 
(< 
(t 

Belmont 600 

•Berlin i3,397 



Blenheim 1,708 

Blyth 900 

Bobcaygfeon .... i ,000 

Bolton , 700 

Bothwell 994 

Bowmanville. . . . 3,500 



ONTARIO 

Free Press W. 

Banrrer W. 

Glengfarrian W. 

News . W. 

Herald W. 

Gazette W. 

Times W. 

Free Press W. 

Echo W. 

Chronicle W. 

Watchman W. 

Enterprise-News 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 VV. 

Express W. 

Hustler W. 

Standard W. 

World W. 

Intelligfencer D. 

W. 

Ontario D. 

W. 

Canadian Mute S.-M. 

Times W. 

News-Record D. 

W. 

Telegraph D. 

Bprliner Journal 

(three editions) W. 

Stratford Canadischer 

Kolonist W. 

Walkerton Ont. Glocke W. 

Missionary M. 

St. Jerome Schoolman M. 

Evangeliums Bote. ... M. 

News-Tribune W. 

Standard W. 

Independent W. 

Enterprise W. 

Times W. 

Can. Statesman W. 

News W. 

West Durham Review W. 



Ind I 

Ind I 

Con I 

Lib 2,600 

Ind ij4 

Lib 2,700 

Con I 

Ind I 

Lib 2}4 

Con 1,750 

Lib I 

Ind I 

Ind.-Lib >^ 

Ind ;4 

Lib 3{ 

Ind 2 

Ind ^ 

Ind }4 

Ind /2 

Ind ^ 

Lib 1,699 

Lib i}4 

Con i}( 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

See Canning^ton 

Plaindealer 
See Cannington 

Gleaner 

Ind i^A 

Con 1,473* 

Con 2,125* 

Lib I 

Lib 

Deaf Mutes. .. i 

Ind }4 

Con 3,134* 

Con 962* 

Lib i>^ 

1 

4,269* 

Relig 

College 

Relig 1 

Ind 1 14 

Ind ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

Ind. }4 

Ind-Lib 1 ,/ 

Co-n \^^ 

Con ^ 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



*Bracebridg-e .... 3, 100 

Bradford 1,000 

'Brampton 3.500 

"Brantford 20,600 



Bridg'eburgf .... i>500 

Brigfden 700 

Brighton i>479 

*Brockville 9.500 



Bruce Mines .... i ,000 

Brussels i ,400 

Burks Falls '.375 

Burlington i ,300 

Caledonia i ,000 

Campbellford . . . 2,700 

Canning-ton 1,400 



Carleton Place . 



4.350 



Carp 800 

"Cayuga 1,100 

'Chatham 12,000 



Chatsworth .... 800 

Chesley . 2,000 

Chesterville .... 950 

Clarksburg 800 

Clifford 700 

Clinton 2,800 

Cobalt 8,000 

Cobden 850 

•Cobourg 5, 149 



Gazette W. 

Muskoka Herald W. 

Witness and South 

Simcoe News W. 

Banner and Times .... W. 

Conservator W. 

Courier D. 

" W. 

Expositor D. 

W. 

Awakener M. 

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 \V. 

Plaindealer W. 

Central Canadian .... W. 

Herald W. 

Review . W. 

Haldimand Advocate. W. 

News D." 

W. 

Planet D. 

W. 

L'Ami du Peuple W. 

Le Canadien W. 

Can. Checker Player. . M. 

Poultry and Dogs. ... M. 

News W. 

Enterprise W. 

As.so. Presby. Mag. . . M. 

Record W. 

Review W. 

Express W. 

New Era W. 

News-Record W. 

Nugget . . D. 

Citizen W. 

Sun W. 

Post W. 

Sentinel-Star W. 

World W. 



Ind.-Lib ^ 

Con 3^ 

Lib.-Con i^ 

Lib i}4 

Con 1^ 

Con 2{^ 

Con iX 

•Lib 5,020 • 

Lib 1,569 • 

Soc. Christ'y.. 
Bee Culture. . i 

Ind.; 3/ 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

Lib i>^ 

Lib i^ 

Con I ^ 

Con .2^ 

Ind ^ 

Lib i^ 

Ind iX 

Ind }4 

Con. i^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind I 

See Beav't'n 
Express 

Ind. -Con i 

Ind 

Lib.-Con ij^ 

Lib. 1)4 

Ind. -Con ^ 

Ind.-Lib li^ 

Lib 1,893 • 

Lib 2,224* 

Con 1 1^ 

Con 3)4 

Lib 

Lib yi 

Draughts. . . . 
Fai'm Interests 

Ind I 

Ind i}( 

l^elig X 

Ind I 

Ind 

Ind.« }4 

Lib 1)4 

Con i)4 

Ind 

Con X 

Ind I 

Con i)4 

Lib iX 



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Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classificalion Circ. 



Colborne i ,200 Enterprise W. 

" Express W. 

Coldwater 800 Planet W. 

Collingfwood .... 7,000 Bulletin VV. 

" Enterprise-Messengfer. W. 

" Saturday News W. 

Comber i ,000 Herald W. 

Cookstown 900 Advocate W. 

Copper Cliff.. . . . 2,000 Courier & Miners' 

News W. 

•Cornwall 8,000 Freeholder W. 

Standard W. 

Courtriglit 450 Sun , W. 

Creemore 750 Star W. 

Delhi 975 Reporter W. 

Drayton i ,000 Advocate W. 

Dresden i>6i3 Times W. 

Drumbo 500 Beaver W. 

Drjden 450 Observer W. 

Dundalk 900 Herald W. 

Dundas 4.500 Banner W. 

Star W. 

" Went worth Light W. 

Dungfannon 500 News W. 

Dunnville 3,000 Chronicle W. 

" Gazette W. 

Reform Press W. 

Durham 1,800 Chronicle W. 

Review W. 

Dutton 1 ,000 Advance W. 

East Toronto . . 2,000 Standard W. 

Eg-anville i , 200 Leader VV. 

" Star-Enterprise W. 

Elmira i ,700 Advertiser T . S.-W. 

Signet W. 

Elmvale 800 Lance W. 

Elora 1 ,400 Express W. 

Embro 800 Courier W. 

Eng-lehart News W. 

Erin 800 Advocate . . W. 

Essex i)500 Free Press W. 

Exeter i ,950 Advocate . W. 

Times W. 

Fenelon Falls. . . 1,500 Gazette W. 

Ferg-us 1,800 News-Record W. 

Flesherton 750 Advance W. 

Florence 550 Quill W. 

Fordwich ...'!.. 500 Record W. 

Forest 2,000 Free Press W. 

" Standard W, 

Fort Erie 1,000 Times W. 

Fort Frances .. . ',850 Times and Rainy Lake 

Herald W. 

Fort William. . . 16,882 Herald D. 

" " Times-Journal. ....... D. 



Lib ^ 

Con 1 

Ind y^ 

Lib 2>^ 

Con ; 2 

Ind i>^ 

Ind Yi 

Con I 

Ind ]/, 

Lib 2,701* 

Lib.-Con. 2,790* 

Ind 

Ind 3/ 

Ind % 

Ind 1 ;^ 

Ind % 

Ind 

Ind. (See Wabi- 
g^oon Star). 

Ind 1,136 

Lib. ......... 

Lib.-Con . . . . i^ 

Lib 

Ind 

Lib 1,582* 

Lib.-Con '4 

Lib ^2 

Con 1,450 

Lib 1,106 

Ind % 

Ind 2% 

Ind-Lib. ..... iX 

Ind 1,675 

Ind X 

Ind I 

Ind 965* 

Ind X 

Lib 3/ 

Ind 

Ind 2,271* 

Ind. i}i 

Lib.-Con 2 

Ind 1% 

Lib yi 

Ind.-Lib i>^ 

Ind % 

Ind y^ 

Ind y^ 

Ind 1,761* 

Ind 1,609 

Ind. See Bridge- 
burg" Review 

Ind^ 2 

Lib ^% 

Ind 2,209* 



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Place 



Pjp. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Gait 10,353 

<( 

Gananoque 4,120 

<< 

Georgfetown . . . . >.59o 

Glencoe 1 , 200 

*Goderich 4,600 

4( 

Gore Bay 1 ,000 

Gohrie 500 

Gow Ganda .... 1,000 

Grand Valley. . . 780 

Gravenhurst . . . . 2,500 

Grimsby 1,300 

•Guelph 14,000 



Hagersville .... 1,200 
Haileybury 3,000 

"Hamilton 70,000 



Hanover 2,500 

Harriston 1,860 

Harrow 600 

Hasting's 850 

Havelock 1,600 

Hawkesbury. . . . 5,000 

Hensall 915 

Hespeler 2,760 

Hig-hgate 400 

Hillsburg 400 

Holstein 250 

Huntsville 2,400 

Ing-ersoll 5,000 



Reformer D. 

W. 

Reporter D. 

W. 

Journal W. 

Reporter W. 

Herald W. 

Transcript W. 

Sig'nal W. 

Star W. 

Recorder W. 

Vidette W. 

Tribune VV'. 

Star and Vidette W. 

Banner 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. 

Silver City News. . . .S.-W. 

Hailevburian W. 

Herald D. 

Spectator D. 

S.-W. 

Times D. 

" S.-W. 

Record W. 

Review W. 

Can. Royal Templar. .. M. 
Hamilton Nevvspapi^r 

Union List •. . W. 

Outdoor Canada M. 

Post W. 

Review W. 

Tribune . . W. 

Sentinel W. 

Star W. 

Standard . . .' W. 

Echo W. 

Le Moniteur W. 

Observer W. 

Herald W. 

Monitor W. 

Beaver W. 

Leader W. 

Forester W. 

Chronicle D. 

W. 

Oxford Tribune W. 

Sun VV. 



Lib iX 

Lib iX 

Con 1,084* 

Con I ^ 

Con 1,000 

975* 

u 

Ind 1,400 

Ind.-Lib. .2,065* 

Con i^ 

Ind K 

Con }i 

Local 

Ind 1,032* 

Ind 34: 

Ind 1,625* 

Gardening. . .2^ 

Con 2^ 

Con 4 '-2 

Lib 2,351* 

Lib 4,640* 

College & Agri. 
Scientific .... }4 
Broth'd ....... 

Broth'd 

Con ^ 

Ind ^ 

Con ^ 

Ind 10.353* 

Ind-Con.l6.905* 
Ind.-Con. . 6,311* 

Lib 8 

Lib 6^ 

Record Paper 

Ind 9I4 

Temp... 12.916* 

57,128* 

Sporting 5 

Ind iX 

Con X 

Ind 34 

Ind ji 

Ind.-Con ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind 1 

Ind I 

Ind }{ 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

Ind }4 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

Lib ^ 

Lib iX' 

Con X 

Lib I 



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Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Iroquois 1,200 

Jarvis i>050 

Keewatin 500 

Kemptville IjVoo 

*Kenora 7,000 

Kincardine 2,800 

" 2,700 

•Kingston 20,000 



Kingfsville J) 500 

Lakefield 1,600 

Lanark ' 979 

Leamington .... 3,260 
< i 

'Lindsay 8,000 

a 

Lin wood 400 

Listowel 2,750 

Little Current . . 1,052 

* London 50,000 



*L'Orignal 1,400 

Lucknovv 1,700 

Madoc r,6oo 

Markdale 975 

Markham 1,400 

Marmora 1,000 

Massey 1,000 

Maxville 1,200 

Meaford 2,800 



News W. 

Record W. 

Enterprise W. 

Advance W. 

Miner and News .S.-W. 

Saturday Herald W. 

Reporter W. 

Review W. 

British Whig D. 

S.-W. 

Standard D. 

S-.W. 

' Can. Freeman W. 

Church Life W. 

Queen's Univ. Jour'!. S.-M. 

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. 

Warder. D. 

W. 

News W. 

Banner W. 

Standard W. 

Expositor W. 

Advertiser D. 

W. 

Tree Press {3/. &-B.). D. 

W. 

Catholic Record W. 

Echo W. 

Farmer's Advocate. . . W. 
Canadian White Rib- 
bon Tidings M. 

Ancient Forester M. 

Canadian M. 

Can. Woodman M. 

Industrial Banner . . ; . M. 

Advocate , W. 

Sentinel W. 

Review W. 

Standard W. 

Economist W. 

Sun W. 

Herald W. 

News W. 

Advance W. 

Express W. 

Mirror W. 

Monitor W. 



Ind I 

Ind 1 

Lib 

Ind 3 

Ind. -Con. and 
Mining ... 1^ 

Lib ;^ 

Lib I ^ 

Ind. -Con i}4 

Lib 4,188* 

Lib 5,663* 

Con 2^ 

Con r 

Relig 

Relig 

College ^ 

Relig 7,179* 

Med 

College 

Ind }i 

Ind ^4 

Ind iJ4 

Lib }{ 

Con 2,159* 

Lib ili 

Lib 2% 

Lib. -Con i^ 

Lib. -Con 3^"^ 

Ind X 

Lib. I 

Con I 

Ind. -Lib 3^ 

Lib 12,738* 

Lib 244. 

Con. .'...19,965* 

Con 

Relig. ...18,833* 

Ind 8^4 

Agricult'l .... 30 

Temp 

Broth' d . . 

Broth'd 

Broth'd 

Labor 5 

Lib H 

Ind I 

Ind iX 

Ind 2 

Ind.-Lib.. 1,640 

Ind 1,065* 

Ind ^ 

Ind K 

Ind. . ; )4 

Lib.^ }4 

Con T 1 

Lib y. 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Merlin '400 

Merrickville .... i,ioo 

Midland 5»ooo 

Mildmay 1,200 

Millbrook 1,000 

*Milton ii7oo 

a 

Milverton 1,000 

'Minden 300 

Mitchell 1 ,900 

Monkton 450 

Morrisburgf '5693 



Mount Brydg-es.. 
Mount Forest. . . 


650 
2,500 


* Napanee 


4.213 


Newcastle 

New Hamburg.. 
New Liskeard . . 


700 
1,600 
3.135 


Newmarket .... 


3..SOO 


Niag^ara Falls . . 


10,000 


Niag"ara on the 

Lake 

North Augfusta.. 
•North Bay 


1,600 

500 

5,000 


Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 


1,500 

945 
2,000 


Oil Spring's .... 
•Orangeville .... 


800 
2,500 


Orillia 


5.57' 



Orono 700 

Oshawa 6,000 

•Ottawa 80,284 



Standard W. 

Star-Chronicle W. 

Arg^us W. 

Free Press W. 

Gazette W. 

Mirror W. 

Reporter W. 

Canadian Champion . . W. 

Reformer W. 

Sun .' W. 

Echo W. 

Advocate W. 

Recorder W. 

Times W. 

Herald W. 

Leader W. 

Enterprise W. 

Confederate W. 

Representative W. 

Beaver W. 

Express W. 

Independent W. 

Independent W. 

Herald W. 

Speaker W. 

Era W. 

Express-Herald W. 

Christian Vanguard. .S.-M. 

Record D. 

" W. 

Review W. 

Times W. 

Citizen W. 

Despatch & Tribune . . W. 

Times W. 

Gazette -.,. W. 

Register W. 

News W. 

Record W. 

Star W. 

Chronicle W. 

Banner W. 

Post W. 

Sun W. 

News-Letter W. 

Packet W. 

Times VV. 

Can. Workman M. 

Gospel Herald M. 

News : W. 

Reformer W. 

V'indicator W. 

Citizen D. 

S.-W. 

Free Press D. 

Free Press S.-W. 



Ind )4 

Con I 

Con ^ 

Lib 1 

Ind y2 

Ind ^ 

Ind. Con ^{ 

Ind 867 

Lib ^ 

Ind 1,508 

Ind.-Con. . . . ^ 

Con 2 

Lib ^ 

Ind }4 

Lib ^ 

Ind I 

Ind K 

Lib i{ 

Lib.-Con.. 1,211 • 

Con 3,546* 

Lib 2 

Ind >'2 

Ind }i 

Ind I 

Ind I '4 

Lib 1,876* 

Con j}4 

Relig. ... 

Con I X 

Con ^' 

Lib ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind >^ 

Lib.-Con i 

Lib 3/ 

Ind I 

Ind H 

Ind 

Ind ^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind U 

Ind 1,096* 

Con I ^ 

Con 2,200 

Ind 2>^ 

Ind.-Con .... 2 

Lib 2,900* 

Broth'd 

Relig 

Ind ... }^ 

Lib 1,600 

Con. I 

Lib.-Con.. 12,411* 

Ind 9,913* 

Lib 7,266* 

Lib 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cirr. 



Ottawa 80,284 



*Owen Sound 



[ 2,000 



Paisley 'ii54 

Palmerston .... 2,200 

Paris 3>400 

Parkhill i>433 

* Parry Sound . . . 4,200 

"■Pembroke 6,000 

Penetangfuishene 2,917 

*Perth 3;6oo 

'Peterborough . . 16,491 



Petrolia 


4.3S9 


Pickering ...... 

*Picton 


1,000 
4,000 


Plattsville 

*Port Arthur 


800 
12,000 


Port Colborne . . 
Port Dover 


1,400 
1,200 


Port Elgin 


1,600 



Journal Dt 

" S.-W. 

Le Temps D. 

Canada Gazette W. 

Dipper W. 

Dominion Presbytrian W. 

United Canada W. 

Danebrog W. 

Military Gazette S.-M. 

Can. Patent Record . . M. 

Naturalist M. 

Real Estate Chronicle M. 

University Review ... M. 

Advertiser S.-W. 

Sun S.-W. 

Times W. 

Christian Messenger .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. 

Farm & Dairy. ...... W. 

Canadian Florist B.-W. 

Canadian Horticul- 
turist ' M. 

Home Messenger M. 

Advertiser W. 

Topic W. 

News W. 

Gazette S.-W. 

Times W. 

Echo W. 

Chronicle . D. 

News •. . . . D. 

Times W. 

Herald W. 

Maple Leaf W. 

Times W. 



Ind 0,502* 

Ind 10,404* 

Lib.. 3 

Gov't 

Ind. -Lib 

Relig 

Ind., Relig. . . 
Lib. (Danish) . 

Military 

Gov't 

Scientific .... 
Real Estate. . 

College 

Ind.-Lib 1 ^^ 

Lib 3,263* 

Con 3,314* 

Relig 

Poultry 1 X 

Ind I X 

Ind % 

Con I 

Lib I 

Ind 1,385 

Con I 

Con X 

Lib 2 

Lib 

Con \% 

Ind \]i. 

Relig . 

Ind y^ 

Lib 2 

Con 1)4 

Lib 2,811* 

Lib 2,504* 

Con iX 

Con 2^ 

Ind 

Ind 

Farming & 

Dairying. .Ji){ 
Horticulture. . 

Fruit 8,709* 

Relig }4 

Con I 

Ind.-Lib. .2,024: -k 

Ind I'X 

Con 1^ 

Lib 2,775* 

Ind }4 

Lib 1,881* 

Ind. -Con i)4 

Ind.. X 

Ind )4 

Indr }4 

Ind % . 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Port Hope 5' 300 

Poit Peirv 1 ,600 

• Port Rowan .... 759 

Powassan 900 

Prescott 3iO'9 

Preston 3.020 

Rain)' River . . . 2,000 

Renfrew 3>40o 

Renfrew 3)40o 

Richards Landinjf 300 

Richmond Hill. . 700 

Ridgfetown . . . . 2,500 

Ridgfeway 700 

Riple\- 650 

Rodne\' 900 

Russel 700 

*St. Catharines.. 11,780 



St. George. 



900 



St. Mary.s 3.416 

n 

*St. Thomas . . 14,000 



*Sarnia 10,000 



*Sault Ste. Marie 8,500 

Seaforth 3,000 

Selkirk 600 

Shelbjirne 1 ,500 

•Sinicoe 3,350 

Smith's F"alls . . . 5.500 

Sombra 500 

Southampton . . , 2,400 



Guide D. 

" VV. 

Times W. 

Obsei^ver W. 

Star W. 

News VV. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Messenjfer W. 

Progress W. 

Gazette W. 

Journal W. 

Mercury W. 

St. Joe' Herald W. 

Liberal W. 

Dominion \V. 

Plaindealer W. 

Herald \V. 

Record \V. 

Express VV. 

Mercury W. 

Leader V\'. 

Standard D. 

S.-VV\ 

Star-Journal D. 

" VV. 

Can. Printers' News. . M. 

Sentinel VV'. 

Holstein-Friesian 

Record S.-M. 

Argus VV^. 

Journal VV. 

Journal D. 

VV 

Times D. 

" ^. VV. 

Railway News & 

Com'l. Traveller. ..B.-VV. 

Municipal World M. 

Observer D. 

W. 

Canadian W. 

Post VV. 

Express \V. 

Star VV. 

Huron Expositor VV. 

News VV. 

Star VV. 

Economist VV. 

I'ree Press \V. 

British Canadian VV'. 

Reformer VV. 

News S.-VV. 

Rideau Record S.-VV. 

Outlook W. 

Beacon W. 



Lib ?^ 

Lib 2K 

Con 2 

Con ^ 

Ind.-Lib ^ 

Ind i4 

Ind J4 

Lib ^ 

Con 1 

Ind ^ 

Ind ii 

Con }{ 

Ind.-Lib:. .1,890* 

Ind X 

Lib }i 

Con ^ 

Lib 2)4 

Ind. (See Bridg'e- 
burg Review) 

Ind 

Ind % 

Ind 34 

Ind )4 

Con 4,055* 

Con X 

Lib tJ4 

Lib ^ 

Record Paper 
Ind }4 

Stock-breed'g ^ 

Lib I % 

Con 2,184* 

Lib 3,574* 

Lib I X 

Lib. -Con. .4,585* 
Lib.-Con i )4 

Trav. Interests 2 
Municipal 3,939* 
Lib..'.... 1,256* 

Lib 1,702* 

Con 3 

Ind I X 

Lib I J/ 

Con 2,041* 

Lib 3^ 

Con 1^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind I 

Con 1,392 

Con I 

Lib 2,844* 

Con i}^ 

Lib I V 

Ind >i 

Ind H 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



South Mountain 500 

Spring;field 800 

Stayner 1,200 

Stirling 950 

StoufFville 1,225 

•Stratford iSjOoo 



Strathroy 3) 200 

Streetsvilie 600 

Sturg-eon F"alls. . 2,800 

*Sudbury 4,000 

Sunderland 600 

Sundridge 700 

Tara 800 

Tavistock 1,200 

Teeswater 940 

Thamesford .... 500 

Thamesville .... 1,000 

Thedford 700 

Thessalon 2,000 

Thornbury 1,000 

Thorold 2,500 

Tilbury 1,400 

Tillsonburg- .... 2,800 

Tiverton ...... 500 

•Toronto 338,814 



Herald . W. 

Echo W. 

Sun W. 

News-Argus W. 

Tribune W. 

Beacon D, 

" W. 

Herald D. 

" W. 

Canadischer Kolonist W. 

Ag-e W. 

Dispatch W. 

Review and Herald.. . W. 

Advertiser W. 

Northern Star D. 

Journal W. 

Mining News W. 

Banner W. 

(See Cannington Gleaner) 

Echo W. 

Leader W. 

Gazette W. 

News W. 

Star W. 

Herald W. 

Tribune W. 

Algoma Advocate .... W. 

Herald-Reflector W. 

Post ....S.-W. 

Times W. 

Liberal W. 

Observer W. 

Watchman W. 

Globe {M.&E) D. 

" W. 

Mail & Empire (yl/. cSr'Z;' ) D. 

" " VV. 

News , D. 

Star D. 

Teleg'ram D. 

World D. 

" ..Sun. 

Beach-Ender W. 

Canadian Baptist W. 

Canadian Churchman. W. 
Can. Congregationalist W. 
Can. Contract Record W. 

Can. Courier W. 

W. 
W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 
w. 



Can. Engineer 

Canadian Grocer 

Can. Manufacturer . . . 
Canadian Sportsman . 
Catholic Register .... 
Christian Guardian . . 

Colliers' Weekly W. 

Dew Drops. .......... W 



Ind i/i 

Ind yi 

Ind % 

Ind ....... . 884 • 

Lib i^ 

Lib 2,012* 

Lib 2,358* 

Con 2,117* 

Con 2,932* 

Ind. (See Ber- 
liner Journal) 

Lib \\i 

Con 1% 

Ind Yi 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind % 

Con I 

Ind 

Ind )A 

Ind.-Con.. 1,339* 

Ind \<, 

Ind y. 

Ind y, 

Ind )i 

Ind yi 

Ind \% 

Ind I 

Ind y, 

Ind .960 

Lib I 

Con 1,250 

Ind % 

Lib 54,748* 

Lib. ...29,882* 

Con 41,067* 

Con 18,760* 

Ind 37,774* 

Ind.-Lib 56,680* 

Ind 45,572* 

Ind..... 39,999* 

Ind 38,624* 

(See Gazet'r) 

Relig 6,902* 

Relig l}i 

Relig I 

Bldg 4X 

Literary 20 

Engineering. . 2^ 

Trade 

Trade 4 

Sport. 

Relig. 

Relig. . . M^Yz 

Literary 22 

Relig 



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Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Toronto 338,814 



East and West W. 

East-End Echo W. 

East-Ender W. 

Financial Post W. 

Hardware and Metal.. W. 

Jewels W. 

Kingf's Own W. 

Lance W. 

Monetary Times W. 

North-Ender W. 

North- West Ender .... W. 

Office and Field W. 

Once-a-Week W. 

Ontario Gazette W. 

Ont. Weekly Reporter W. 

Onward W. 

Pioneer W. 

Playmate W. 

Pleasant Hours W. 

Presbyterian W. 

Riverdale Leader W. 

Saturday Night W. 

Sentinel W. 

Sun W. 

War Cry W. 

West-End Echo W. 

West-Endeir W. 

Wilson's Giant List. . . W. 

\ 

Young- Soldier W. 

La Tribuna Canadiana W. 
Canada Law Journal.S.-M. 
Canada Lumberman & 

Woodworker W. 

Canada Scotsman.. . .S.-M. 
Can. Mining Journal.S.-M. 
Canadian Music Trades 

Journal S.-M. 

Can. Teacher S.-M. 

Plumber & Sfmfitter.S.-M. 

Acta Victoriana M. 

Algonia Missy News.. M. 
Bank Directory of 

Canada M. 

Baptist Visitor M. 

Berean Lesson Leaf. . M. 

Bookseller & Stationer M. 

Bulletin M. 

Busy Man's Magazine . M. 

Buyers' Magazine. ... M. 

Canada Lancet M. 

Can. Baker & Confec- 
tioner M. 

Can. Bookseller & 

Stationers' Journal.. M. 



Relig 36^ 

Ind. Local . .25^ 
(See Gazet'r) 

Finance 

Trade 

Relig 

Relig 

Labor 

Financial ... .5^ 
(See Gazet'r) 
(See Gazet'r) 
Insurance .... 

Ind 

Gov't 

Law 

Relig 

Temp 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 13X 

Local 3^4 

Society 

Broth'"d..l5,538* 

Agric 16 

Relig 

(See Gazet'r) . 
(See Gazet'r). 
News. Union 

List 

Relig 

Italian 

Legal 

Lumber tr'de.4j^ 
National .... 
Mining 

Music trades. ^ 

Educ 7 

Trade ....... 

College 

Relig 

Bank Branches 

Relig 

Relig 

Trade 

Insur. and 

Finance. ... r 

Literary 

Trade Buyers' 

Interests.. ..4^ 
Medical 

Trade 

Trade 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Toronto 338,814 



Can. Cement &. Con- 
crete Review M. 

Can. Church Juvenile. M. 

Can. Cigfar & Tobacco 

Journal M. 

Canadian Craftsman.. M. 

Can. Druggist M. 

Can. Electrical News. M. 

Can. Epworth Era ... M. 

Canadian Harness and 

Carriagfe Journal . . M. 

Can. Implement and 

Vehicle Trade M. 

Can. Journal of Med. & 

Surg-ery M. 

Can. Kennel Gazette. . M. 

Canadian Law Times & 

Review M. 

Can. Mach. & Manf. 

News M. 

Canadian Mag-azine . . M. 

Can. Millinery 

Review M. 

Can. Missionary Link M. 

Can. Nurse 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 AI. 

Can. Shoe and Leather 

Journal M. 

Can. Textile Journal. . M. 

Can. Woodworker ... . M. 

China's Millions M. 

Clothier and Haber- 

daslier M. 

Construction M. 

Curler & Bowler M. 

Dom. Dental Journal. M. 

Dom. Medical Mont'ly M. 

Dry Goods Review. . . M. 

Eastern Law Reporter M. 

Economic Advertising; M. 

Economist M. 

Eng-ineeringf Journal of 

Can M. 

Forester M. 

Freemason M. 

Furniture &Upholstery 
Jrn'l. & Undertakers 

Gazette M. 

Gas Journal of 

Canada M. 



Trade i ^ 

Relig 

Trade 

Masonic 

Drug- Trade . .2% 

Trade 2 

Relig 6 

Trade i ^ 

Trade ....... 6 

Medical 

Dogs 

Legfal 

Trade 

Literary . . . .1"]% 

Millinery .... 

Relig-. 

Nursing' 

Trade 

Drug-s i}^ 

Trade 

Poultry .... . .gyi 

Medical 2 

Trade . . . . 

Textile 

Trade \% 

Relig 

Trade 

Trade 

Sport 

Dental 1 

Medical 2^ 

Tiade 

Legal 

Advertising . . 
Financial .... 

Power 

(See Gazet'r) . 
Masonic 

Trade 

Gas Industries 



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Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ 



Toronto 338,814 Hardware Monthly . . . M. 

" Home Journal M. 

" Home Study Leaflet . . M. 

Hotels & Travel 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. 

" Motorings 'M. 

" Motor Mag^azine of 

Canada M. 

" Musical Canada M. 

New Era M. 

" Notes for Bible Study M. 

" Office Digest '. M. 

" Poultry Advocate M. 

" Power House M. 

" Primar}' Leaflet M. 

" Printer and Publisher. M. 

" Pulp anu Paper Mag. M. 
•' Railway and Marine 

World M. 

" Rod and Gun M. 

St. Luke's Parish Mag^. M. 

" Scottish-Canadian.... M. 

" Secular Thought M. 

" Sons of Engl'd Record M. 
" Sun. School Banner.. M. 
" Teachers' Assistant.. M. 
Teachers' Monthly . . M. 
" Trader & Can. Jew'l'r. M. 
" Trinity University Re- 
view M. 

" University Monthly .. . M. 

" Western I.^w Reporter M. 

" Westminster M. 

" Wineand Spirit Journal M. 

" La Rivista Italiana.. . . M. 
" Massey-Harris IIlus.Bi-M. 

" Christian Worker. ... Q. 

" Home Studv Quarterly Q. 

" Ideal Men.' '. Q. 

" Institute Leaflet 

Quarterly Q. 

" Intermediate Bereaii 

Quarterly Q. 

" Intermediate Quarterly Q. 

" Primary Quarterly. ... Q. 



Trade 

Kehg^ 

Hotels & 

Travel . . . 

Broth'd 

Trade 2?^ 

( Ins., Bankings 
\ & Finance . . 2 

Relig 

Keligr 

Kelig: 

Reiigr 

CoUeg^e ^ 

Commercial,, r 

Relig- 

Commercial .. 

Motors 33^ 

( Automobiles fk 
\ motor boats 6 

Music I j^ 

Relig 

Biblical 

Office 

Poultry 

Power 

Relig^ 

Trade. . . ... 

Trade . 

Trade 

Sporting. 13,621 • 

Relig 

.National 

Free Thoug^ht 
F"ratemal . . . 193^ 

Reiig^ 

Relig: 3H 

Relig- 

Trade 

Collegfe i}4 

College 

Leg-al 

Religr. & Lit. 1 1 34'' 

Trade 

Italian 

Agric 41 

Relig^ 

Relig 

Y.M.C.A 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 

Relig 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Cira 



Tottenham i ,000 

Trenton 4>2i7 

Tweed i,8co 

Uxbridge i , 700 

Vankleek Hill... 1,800 

Wabigoon 250 

Walkerton 3, 100 

(( 

Walker ville 2,500 

Wallaceburg- .... 3,500 

Warkworth 800 

Waterford i , 200 

Waterloo 4>42 1 

Watford 1 ,470 

Webb wood i)500 

*Welland 4; 500 

i( 

t< 
Wellandport. . . . 

Wellesley 750 

West Fort William 2,000 

West Lome .... i ,000 

Weston 1 ,650 

Westport 1 ,000 

West Toronto. . 10,000 

Wheatley 800 

*Whitby 2,500 

Wiarton 2,500 

Winchester 1,200 

Windsor 15,829 

n 
<( 
( ( 

Wingfham 2,500 

*Woodstock 10,500 

(< 

<< 

(( 
(( 

Woodville 900 

Wroxeter 700 

Wyoming" 700 

Zurich. . 600 



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. 

Herald W. 

Herald-Record W, 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Star W. 

Chronicle Telegraph. . W. 

Can. Bauernfreund . . . . W. 

Guide-Advocate W. 

Divisional Journal W. 

Telegraph S.-W. 

People's Press W. 

Tribune W. 

Home Circle Leader. . M. 

Post W. 

Maple Leaf W. 

Enterprise W. 

Sun W. 

Times and Guide W. 

Mirror W. 

Herald W. 

Journal . . .• W. 

Chronicle W. 

Gazette W. 

Vox CoUegii M. 

Canadian W. 

Echo W. 

Press .- W. 

Record D. 

" S.-W. 

Standard W. 

Le Courrier W. 

Le Progres W. 

Advance W. 

Times W. 

Express D. 

. W. 

Sentinel Review D. 

W. 

Rod and Gun M. 

Advocate W. 

Planet W. 

Enterprise W. 

Herald W. 



Con ■% 

. Lib.-Con ^ 

Lib ^ 

Ind 2% 

Lib 1,530* 

Con ^ 

Ind 1,560 

Ind yi 

Con 2^ 

Con 1 J^ 

Lib \i^ 

Ind. (See Ber- 
liner Journal) 

Con ^ 

Ind I 

Ind 1,512 • 

Ind % 

Lib \% 

Ind 2% 

Con 2 

Ind i^ 

Ind 

-Con 3X 

Lib ...3^ 

Lib 4,154* 

Broth'd 

Ind 

Ind >^ 

Ind 

Ind % 

Ind i>^ 

Ind Yt 

Ind \% 

Ind y2. 

Ind \ ,/ 

Ind r'^ 

CoUegfe 

Con ^ 

Lib 1% 

Ind 965 

Ind. -Lib.. 3,750 
Ind.-Lib..3,600 

Con I 

Lib 

Lib I 

Con 1,350 

Lib I 

Con 2 

Con 2 

Lib 4,254* 

Lib 4,507 • 

(See Toronto) 
(See Beaver- 
ton Express) 

Ind 

Ind.-- "^ 

Ind V-, 



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PUce 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Claasification Circ 



QUEBEC. 

•Arthabaska 2,000 La Gazette d'Ailha- 

" baska W. 

L'Union W. 

"Bedford 1,400 News VV. 

Bucking'ham. . . . 3,500 Post W. 

*Chicoutiini 4,000 Progres dii Sagfuenay. W. 

" Le Travailleur W. 

" Le Messager de St. 

Antoine M. 

^oaticook 3,200 Observer VV. 

*Cookshire 1,200 Chronicle W. 

Cowansville .... i , 200 Cotton's Weekly W. 

Danville 1,200 Times VV. 

Farnham 3, 200 Leader W. 

*FraservilIe 7>5oo Le Journal W. 

" Le St. Laurent 

Granby 5,000 Leader-Mail VV. 

Grand'Mere .... Le Courrier de Grand'- 

Mere W. 

*Hull 15.300 Advance W. 

" Le Spectateur VV. 

*Hunting-don. . .. 1,200 Gleaner VV. 

News VV. 

*Joliette 5>225 L'Etoile du Xord VV. 

*Knowlton 850 News W. 

*Lachute 2,500 News W. 

" VV^atchman VV. 

Lake Megfantic. . 1,500 Chronicle VV. 

*Levis 10,000 Le Quotidien ". D. 

" (Hebdomadaire) VV. 

- Magog 3.500 Enterprise VV. 

" News VV'. 

•Montmagny . . . . 2,500 Courrier VV. 

" Le Peuple VV. 

•Montreal 373,000 Gazette D. 

VV^ 

♦' Herald D. 

" Star D. 

" W. 

" Witness D. 

• VV. 

* ' Le Canada D. 

W. 

" I..a Patrie D. 

W. 

** La Pres.se D. 

VV. 



Ind 

Lib I 

(See St. Johns 

News) 

Ind I 

Ind X 

Ind I 

Relig 12X 

Ind.-Lib ^ 

Ind. -Con. . . . . i^ 

Ind.... i^ 

(See Richmond 
Times) . . . 
(See Granby 

Leader-Mail) 

Ind >^ 

(See Riviere du 

Loup) 

Ind iX 

Ind 

Lib 

Lib i^ 

Lib it4 

(See St. Johns 

News) 

Ind. 2)4 

(See St. Johns 

News) 

(See St. Johns 

News) 

Con ^ 

Con 

Lib iX 

Lib }4 

Ind. -Con 3{ 

(See St. Johns 

News) 

Lib I 

Con I 

Con 15,112 • 

Con 

Lib 24. 296* 

Ind 66.595* 

Ind... .129,552* 

Ind 13^ 

Ind 22 

Lib 14,544* 

Lib 

Ind 37.563* 

Ind 20.431* 

Ind 09,239* 

Ind 46.935* 



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CONDENSED LIST— QUEBEC 
Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



*Montreah 373,000 



Canadian Jewish Eagle D. 

AshShehab S.-W. 

Builders' Bulletin. . . . S.-W. 

Caniidian Grocer W. 

Chronicle (Insurance & 

Finance) W. 

Hardware and Metal . W. 

Jewish Times W. 

Journal of Commerce. W. 

Martlet W. 

Northern Messeng-er. . 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^. 

Le Moniteur du Com- 
merce W. 

Le Nationaliste W. 

Le Prix Courant W. 

Le Rayon de Soleil . . . W. 

Le Samedi W. 

La Semaine Religieuse W. 
L'Araldo del Canada. . W. 

L'Indipendente \V. 

Plumber and 

Steamfitter S.-M. 

Le Journal de Kran- 

coise S.-M. 

Journal de Medecine et 

de Chirurg-ie S.-M. 

Le Passe Tijmps. . ..S.-M. 
Bookseller & Stationer M. 
Busy Man's Magazine M. 
Can. Cigar & Tobacco 

Journal .... M. 

Can. Life & Resources M. 
Can. Mach. & ManPg. 

News M. 

Can. Messenger of the 

Sacred Heart M. 

Can. Millinery Review M. 
Can. Municipal Journal M. 

Can. Pictorial M. 

Clothier & Haberd'er. M. 

Construction M. 

Dry Goods Record . . . M. 
Dry Goods Review.. . . M. 
Franciscan Review. ... M. 
International Railwa}- 

& Navigation Guide M. 



Yiddish 

Syrian 

Building 

Trade 

Ins. & Fin. . . . 

Trade . 

Jewish 

Com'cl 

College 

Relig. ..64,303* 
Financial .... 2 , 
N. & Lit. 29,319* 

Com'l 

Com'l 

Relig 

Lit 5,213* 

Fr. Prot I 

Lib 

Con 

Humor 

Relig 

Com'l 

Nat. 

Com'l -^X 

Relig I 

Lit 13,183* 

Relig 2)4 

Italian 

Italian 2}^ 

Trade 

Lit 

Medical i){ 

Mtisic i^ 

Trade 

Literar\- 

Trade 

lUus 

Trade 

Relig.. .45,191* 

Trade 

Munic 3 

Illu.strd..l5,85i* 

Trade 

Trade 

Textile ....... 1^4^ 

Trade 

ReHg 

Travel 



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Place 


Pop. Name of Paper 


Issue Classification 


1 Circ. 


•Montreal .... 


• • 573iOOO Journal of Agriculture 


M. 


(See Journal 










d' Agriculture) 


<t 


Magazine of Insurance 


M. 


Ins. & Fin. . . 




" 


Montreal Med'l Journal 


M. 


Medl 


.lU 




Montreal Pharmaceu- 








<t 


tical Journal 


M. 


Pharmacy . . 


■ 1^4' 


(( 


Presby.Colleg-e Journal 


M. 


College. .... 




( 


Presbyterian Record. . 


M. 


Relig 


59^ 


(< 


Printer & Publisher. . . 
Retail Merchants' 


M. 


Trade 






Journal 


M. 


Trade 


•4?^ 


t< 


Sentinel of the B. S. .. . 


M. 


Broth'd 




>( 


Trader & Can. Jeweller 


M. 


Trade 




(t 


University Magazine. . 


M. 


College . ... 




<< 


White Ribbon Bulletin 


M. 


Temp 




<< 


White Ribbon Leaflet. 


M. 


Temperance . 




<< 


Wine & Spirit Journal. 


M. 


Trade 




(( 


L'Ami des Sourd Muels 


M. 


Deaf& Dumb 


<< 


Annales des Pretres 










Adorateurs 


M. 


Relig 




<< 


L'Artisan 


M. 


Broth'd 


• 34 


t< 


Bulletin Eucharistique 


M. 


Relig :. 




ti 


Bulletin Sanitaire 


M. 


Sanitary 






Je Dis Tout 

Journal d'Agriculture 


M. 


Literar)- 

\ Farm. & Card 


['. 




et d'Horticulture. . . 


M. 


j 72,800 


<i 


Le Messager Canadien 










du Sacre-Coeur. . . . 


M. 


Relig 




<> 


Petit Mess, du Tres St. 










Sacrement 


M. 


Relig 




t< 


Le Propagateur 


M. 


Lit. & Rel . . 




<( 


Les Rapports J udiciares 


i M. 


Legal 






• La Revue Canadienne 


M. 


Literary .... 


.1^ 




La Revue de Jurisprud. 


, M. 


Legal 




" 


La Revue Legale .... 


M. 


Legal 




" 


La Revue Populaire . . 


M. 


Literary 




» 


La Revue du Tiers- 










Grdre ' 


M. 
M. 
M. 


Relig 




«« 


Le Semeur 


.2'/ 


(t 


Le Stenographe Can, 


Stenographe 






La Temperance 


M. 


Temp 






L' Union Medicale du 








(< 


Canada 


M. 


Medical .... 


. V 


«t 


Liqueurs et Tabacs . . . 


M. 


Trade 


• ¥ 


" 


Tissus et Nouveaut«^s . 


M. 


Trade 


.15^ 


<> 


Can. Antiquarian. .... 


P- 


Numismatic. 




<< 


Journal Can. Bankers' 










Asso 


Q- 


Banking .... 




Nomining-ue . . 


1,000 Le Pioneer 


w. 


Ind 


.1'^ 


Ormstown .... 


1,025 Bulletin 


W. 


Lib 


I 


•Quebec 


.. 80,000 Chronicle 


D. 


Con 8,982 


<( 


(Gazette) . . 


W. 


Con 




■" 


Telegraph 


D. 


Ind 


.S}4 


>. 


L' Action Social 


D. 
W. 


Ind 

Ind 




ii 


L'Evenement 


D. 


Con 1 


10^. 


<( 


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W. 


Con 


■^H 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ 



*Quebec 80,000 



Quyon 682 

Rectory Hill. . . 

*Richmond 2,750 

<( 

Rigaud 1,000 

*Rimouski 3.700 

Riviere-du-Loup. 5,000 

Roberval 4)500 

Rock Island .... i ,000 
Ste. Anne de Beaiipre 2,500 
Ste. Anne de 
Ristig-Quche . . 
*St. Hyacinthe. . . • 10,000 



*St. Jerome 4,650 

*St. Johns 6,300 

Bedford 

Knowlton 

Mag:og: 

Huntingdon 

Lachute 

Richmond 



Shawinigfan Falls 3,800 

Shawville 750 

"Sherbrooke .... 15,000 



Le Soleil D. 

W. 

La Vigie S.-W. 

La Gazette Officielle.. W. 

La Libre Parole W. 

Le Petit Quebecois. . W. 
La Semaine Com'rciale W. 
La Semaine Religieuse W. 

La Verite W. 

Diocesan Gazette.... M. 

Educ. Record M. 

L'Enseig-nement Prim- 

aire M. 

LesFJeursde la Charite M. 
Le Naturaliste Cana- 

dien 

La Revue Franco- 

Americaine . . . . 

Advance W. 

Megantic Gazette .... W. 

Guardian W. 

News ... , W. 

Times W. 

L'Echo de Vaudreuil. . W. 
Le Progres du Golfe . . 
Le Messager de Ste. 

Anne 

Le St. Laurent 

Le Lac St-Jean 

Stanstead Journal .... 
Annales de Ste. Anne. 



M. 



M. 



W. 



M. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
M. 



Mic-Mac Messenger. . 
L'Union Tri 



Le Courrier 

La Tribune 

L'Echo 

L'Avenir du Nord.... 

La Nation 

News (seven editions). 



Le Canada Francais . . 

Le Courrier 

Can. Home Needle- 
work 

L'Industriel 

Equity 

News 

Record 

Le Progres de L'Est.S. 
Legal Review . 



M. 
-W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 

M. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

Q- 
w. 
w. 

D. 

D. 

-W. 

W. 



Lib 15 

Lib 2}i 

Gov't 

Ind 2^ 

Humorous . . . 

Com'l 2 

Relig 

Ind 

Relig 

Educ 

Rel. & Educ. . 
Rel. & Educ. . 

Scientific 

Literary 

Lib yi 

Con \% 

Con 

Lib-Con 

Lib 

Lib 

Ind iX 

Relig 

Ind iX 

Ind \% 

Ind xYz 

Relig 

Mic-Mac Indian 

Lib X 

Lib >2 

Con,. . I j^ 

Lib zYi 

Brotherhood . 

Lib iX 

Con X 



► Lib. -Con. . 

6,456* 



Lib 2,000 

Con I 

Art N'dTw'k.6%: 

Lib }i 

Lib. -Con i 

Ind 

Ind 8,223* 

Lib iX 

Legal 



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Name of Paper Issui; Classification Circ. 



*Sorel 8,000 

(t 

t< 

<( 

*Three Rivers... 12,730 

Valleyfield 10,500 

Victoriaville .... 3,000 

* Waterloo 2,000 

Westmount .... 14,000 

Wind.sor Mills... 2,700 



Le Courrier W. 

Le Sorelois W. 

Gazette W. 

News W, 

Le Nouveau Trois-Riv. W. 

Le Prog^res W. 

LEcho W. 

Advertiser W. 

Journal de Waterloo. . W. 

News W. 

Times W. 



Lib ^ 

Con 3^ 

See Gazetteer 
See Gazetteer 

Ind ^ 

Lib I 

Con I X 

Lib I ^ 

Con % 

Ind. ^i 

Lib 



Canipbellton . . 


4,000 


Chatham 


5,000 


'Edmundston. .. 
'Fredericton. ... 


1,500 
7,200 



Hillsboro 1,200 

Moncton 11,000 

i( 

<< 

•Newcastle 3,000 

* Perth-Andover . . 800 

•Richibucto ..... 2,000 

*St. Andrews. . . . 1,500 

*St. John 50,000 



St. Martins. 
St. Stephen 
Sackville . . . 



2,000 
2,680 
4,000 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Tribune Tri.-W. 

Graphic S.-W. 

World S.-W. 

W. 

Commercial W. 

Times-Gazette. . . . Bi.-W. 

Gleaner D. 

" S.-W. 

Herald D. 

" W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Butler's Journal M. 

University Monthly... M. 

Journal W. 

Times D. 

" S.-W. 

Transcript D. 

" S.-W. 

L'Evangfeline W. 

North Shore Leader. . W. 
L'nion Advocate. . . . .-. W. 

News VV. 

Review W. 

Beacon W. 

Globe D. 

W. 

Standard D. 

Star D. 

Sun D. 

News (W. of Sun) . . W. 

Telegraph D. 

S.-W. 

Times D. 

Maritime Baptist. ... W. 

Monitor W. 

New Freeman W. 

Educational Review.. M. 
New Brunswickor. ... M. 

Courier W. 

Post S.-W. 

Tribune S.-W. 



Ind. 2% 

Ind 2 

Con Yz 

Con iX 

Lib 1,818 

Ind 

Ind 2 

Ind 5 

Lib % 

Lib xyi 

Gov't 

Soc-Dem. . . 

College 

Ind.-Lib M 

Con 2,285* 

Con 2,234* 

Lib 2^ 

Lib 2 

Lib 3 

Ind i>i 

Ind \)i 

Ind .704* 

Lib i'i 

Ind-Lib \)i 

Lib 3^ 

Lib }i 

Con 

Ind.-Lib. .5,706* 
Ind.-Lib... 7,021* 

Con 3 

Ind 1% 

Ind 4X 

Ind 6^ 

Reiig syi 

Lib \% 

Relig 2j^ 

Educat'l 2 

Lit 

Ind.-Con 2% 

Ind.-Con i^ 

Ind.-Lib \% 



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Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Sackville 4,000 

Shediac 1)450 

Sussex 2,200 



•Woodstock 



4,000 



Arg-osy M. 

AUisonia Bi-M. 

Le Moniteur Acadien . W. 

Record W. 

Maritime Farmer. . . .S.-M. 

Carleton Sentinel W. 

Dispatch W. 

Press W. 

Kings Higfhway ....S.-M. 
Primitive Baptist. .. .S.-M. 



Colleg'e 

College 

y^ 

Ind 2,002* 

Agric 4,900* 

Lib i^ 

Ind 1,760 

Con i^ 

Relig 

Relig 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



*Amherst 8,000 

* Annapolis Royal 1,019 

*Antigfonish 2,000 

*Arichat 1,200 

Bear River 1,400 

Berwick 850 

Bridgetown .... 900 

Bridgewater. . . . 3,937 

Caledonia 1,070 

Canso 1)734 

Clark's Harbor . 2,500 

Dartmouth 4,806 

*Digby 1,150 

>> 

Glace Bay 16,000 

'Halifax 50,000 



Hantsport 750 

Inverness 500 

*Kentville 2,500 

^Liverpool i)937 

^Lunenburg 6,000 



News D. 

" (News & Sentinel) S.-W. 

Spectator W. 

Casket W. 

Record W. 

News W. 

Register W. 

Monitor W. 

Bulletin W. 

Gold Hunter W. 

Times W. 

Coast Guard . W. 

Patriot W. 

Courier W. 

Record W. 

Gazette D. 

Acadian Recorder. ... D. 
Tri.-W. 

Chronicle D. 

" (Nova Scotian) W. 
Echo {Eve. Chronicle) D. 

Herald D. 

Homestead W.. 

Mail {Eve. Herald) . . D. 
Presbyterian Witness. W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Sports W. 

Wesleyan W. 

Maritime Merchant . . Bi-W. 

Church Work S.-M. 

Dalhousie Gazette . . M. 
Industrial Advocate . . M. 
Mar. Medical News. . . M. 

Journal of Educ S.-Y. 

Advance W. 

News W. 

Advertiser S.-W. 

Western Chronicle.. . . W. 

Advance W. 

News D. 

" W. 

Progress-Enterprise . . W. 



Lib I 

Lib x-ii 

Ind. -Con i^ 

Ind 4"^ 

Ind I )^ 

Ind 464* 

Ind 1%. 

Ind ii^ 

Con i)^ 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind.-Lib % 

Ind I 

Ind 2 

ind. ...... 3,406* 

Lib 2X 

Lib ]4. 

Ind ^%, 

Ind 16 

Ind 2>H 

Ind.-Con. 7,449* 

Agric I 

Ind -Con. 7,658* 

Ind 6,617* 

Gov't 

Athletics .... 

Relig: 3% 

Com'l 1^2 

Relig 3,196* 

College 

Min.& Indus. .2X 

Med ^ 

Educ 

Ind 1,650 

Ind 2 

Lib I 

Lib. I 

Ind 

Ind.'' 

Lib 2^^ . 



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Place 



Pop. 



Nameof Paper Issue Classification tir 



Middleton 

New Glasg-ow. . . 


900 

6,000 


North Sydney . . . 


6,000 


Oxford 

Parrsboro 

*Pictou 

Point Tapper. . . . 
P't. Hawkesbury 


2,000 
2,700 
4.500 
750 
1,000 


*P't. Hood 

*Shelburne 

Springhill 


2,500 
1,500 
6,500 


Stellarton 

*Sydney 


3.500 
15,000 


tt 

Truro 


6,500 



Westville 4,000 

* Windsor 4,000 

( t 

a 

Wolfville 1 ,963 

*Yarmouth 7,000 



Outlook W. 

Eastern Chronicle. . .S.-W. 

Enterprise W. 

Standard W. 

Enterprise W. 

Herald W. 

Cape Breton Methodist M. 

Journal W. 

Leader W. 

Advocate W. 

Mail W. 

Bulletin W. 

Eastern Journal W. 

Greetings W. 

Gazette W. 

Standard S.-W. 

Tribune W. 

Minings Record' S.-M. 

Post (M. & E.) D. 

" (Bras d'Or Gazette) W. 

Record D. 

Blue Banner M. 

News D. 

" W. 

Citizen W. 

Colchester Sun W. 

Lever M. 

Free Lance W. 

Hants Journal W. 

Tribune W. 

Forward S.-M. 

King-'s College Record M. 

Acadian W. 

Acadia Athenajum . . . . M. 

Globe D. 

Post D. 

Times .<S.-W. 

Herald W. 

Light W. 

Telegram W . 



Ind. iX 

Lib 2^ 

Ind-Con 2 

Con 2 

Ind I 

Ind 4 

Relig 

Ind ^ 

Ind . ^ 

Lib i^ 

Lib J4 

Lib I 

Lib }4 

Ind iJ4 

Ind I 

Con 1^ 

Ind. -Lib i}{ 

Mining ^ 

Con 3^ 

Con ^ 

Lib 3 

Relig 

Ind 070* 

Ind 6,262* 

Labor 

Ind.-Con.. 2,143* 

Y.M.C.A 

Ind 2}< 

Ind 1,835* 

Ind iX 

Temp 

College 

Ind 1 

College 

Lib 

Con 

Con 2,038* 

Lib 

Ind 2,739* 

Lib 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



"Charlottetown... 13,000 Examiner D. 

" Guardian, (Morning). D. 

" Guardian (Rural) D. 

" Patriot D. 

" S.-W. 

Herald W. 

*« P. E. Islander W. 

" Royal Gazette W. 

'• Watchman W. 

•Summerside. . . . 3.300 Lsland Farmer W. 

" Journal W. 



Lib.-Con 2}^ 

Ind 3 

Ind 3f/ 

Lib 2,569* 

Lib 2 

Relig 

Ind. -Lib 2 

Gov't 

Ind.-Lib i^ 

Agricult'l .... 5 
Con 5«< 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



*Summerside . . . 
Tignish 



3,300 Pioneer W. Lib 5^ 

P. E. I. Agriculturist. . W. Agricult'l 5j4 

1,000 L'Impartial W. Ind i^ 



MANITOBA. 



Baldur 350 

Belmont 250 

Birtle 550 

Boissevain i»025 

<( 

Brandon 1 1,000 

i( 

(< 

a 

Carberry i,iii 

a 

Carman i , 530 

Cartwrig-ht 350 

Crystal City. . . . 630 

Cypress River. . 525 

Dauphin 3i5oo 

Deloraine 856 

Dominion City. . 550 

Dunrea 300 

Elgin 450 

Elkhorn 625 

Emerson 980 

Gilbert Plains . . 436 

Gladstone 828 

Glenboro 600 

Goodlands 100 

Grand View .... 750 

Gretna 700 

Hamiota 900 

Hartney 653 

Holland 500 

Holmfield 250 

Killarney '1250 

MacGregor 640 

Manitou 800 

Melita 784 

Miami 750 

Miniota 300 

Minnedosa i)5oo 

n 

Minto 400 

Morden ii437 

Morris . 513 



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. 

Courier W. 

Western Prairie W. 

Herald W. 

Press W. 

Times W. 

Weekly Echo W. 

Riverside Review .... W. 

Banner W. 

Advocate W. 

Mercury W. 

Journal W. 

Maple Leaf W. 

Age W. 

Gazette W. 

Star W. 

Exponent W. 

Mitarbeiter M. 

Echo W. 

Star W. 

Observer W. 

Press W. 

Guide W. 

Herald W. 

Western Canadian. . . . W. 

Enterprise W. 

Western Progress .... W. 

Herald . . . W. 

Herald W. 

Mercury W. 

Tribune . W. 

Packet W. 

Chronicle W. 

Empire W. 

Herald W. 



Ind X 

Ind }4 

Ind >i 

Lib ^ 

Con ^ 

Lib 2 

Lib i}i 

Con i^ 

Con 2^ 

Lib. -Con ^ 

Lib J/ 

Con X 

Lib ^ 

Ind J^ 

Ind }4 

Ind X 

Con ^ 

Lib I 

Lib }^ 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind.... X 

Ind. Con ^ 

Ind 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind I 

See Waskada 
Expositor 

Ind X 

Mennonite . . . }4 

Ind X 

Ind 

Ind }4 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind >5 

Ind I 

Ind I 

Lib X 

Ind }4 

Ind X 

Lib X 

Con X 

Ind. }4 

Lib I 

CoifT X 

Ind X 



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25' 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Napinka 575 

Neepawa 2,200 

Ning^a 200 

Norwood 

Oak Lake 500 

Pilot Mound .... 650 

Plumas 200 

Por'g^e la Prairie 6,300 



Rapid City . . 
Rathvvell . . . 

Reston 

Rivers 

Roblin 

Roland 

Rosebank . . 

Russell 

St. Boniface 



Selkirk. 



Shoal Lake. 

Sidney 

Sifton 

Souris 

Stonewall . . 



Swan Lake. 
Swan River 
Treherne . . . 

Virden 

Waskada . . . 
Wawanesa . 
Winnipeg" . . 



1,000 
'50 
500 

300 
600 

600 
6,500 

2,701 

750 
200 

1,200 

275 
500 

750 

1.471 

400 

530 

22,?00 



New Century W. 

Press S.-W. 

Register W. 

News W. 

See Winnipegf 

News W. 

Sentinel W. 

Standard W. 

Graphic D. 

{Liberal) . . . W. 

Review D. 

W. 

Reporter W. 

Record W. 

Recorder W. 

Gazette W. 

Messeng-er W. 

News W. 

News W, 

Banner W. 

Le Manitoba W. 

Norwood Press W. 

Expositor W. 

Record W. 

Star W. 

Spectator W. 

News W. 

Plaindealer W. 

Argus W. 

Gazette W. 

Echo........ W. 

Star W. 

Times W. 

Empire-Advance.. .... W. 

Expositor W. 

Independent W. 

Free Press D. 

" " News-Bulletin D. 

" '« W. 

Telegfram D. 

W. 

Tribune D. 

W. 

Canadian Scotsman . . W. 

Central Catholic< ..... W. 

Commercial W. 

Farmer's Advocate . . . W. 

Manitoba Gazette .... W. 

Mirror W. 

North-Ender W. 

Norwood Press W. 

Saturday Post W. 

Town Topics W. 

Voice W. 

Winnipeg Newspaper 

Union List W. 



Ind.-Con % 

Lib 1,467 * 

Ind.-Con 1^ 

See Boissevain 
Recorder 

Ind 

Ind % 

Ind yi 

Lib }i 

Lib I X 

Con Yz 

Con 2 

Ind I 

Ind 

Ind 

ind.'!'.!!.!!'.'. % 

Con % 

See Roland News 

Ind 

Con 2^ 

See Winnipeg" 

Lib 

Ind 

Ind }i 

Ind % 

ind!!!!!!!!!! m 
Lib 

Con % 

Ind 

Ind Yt 

Ind ^ 

Ind \yi 

Ind ^ 

Ind >5 

5^;^;; ;} 36.048 • 

Lib 27,425* 

Con 23,315* 

Con 26,909* 

Ind 

Ind 

Lib I 

Religious .... 

Com'l 4^ 

Ag^ric 20 

Official 

List 140 P'p'rs 

Ind 334: 

Ind 

Ind 

Lit. and Soc. 2^ 
Labor \% 

List 140 Pp'rs 74 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Winnipeg: 122,500 



Canada W. 

Canada Posten W. 

Can. Farmer W. 

Can. Hungarian W. 

Germania W. 

Heimskringfla W. 

Logberg W. 

Norden W. 

Nordwesten W. 

Elniwood Herald.. . . S.-M. 

N.W. Farmer S.-M. 

Silent Echo S.-M. 

Western Outlook S.-M. 

Can. West M. 

Can. Farm Implements M. 
Can. Thresherman and 

Farmer M. 

Commercial Traveller. M. 

Farm Crops M. 

Grain Growers' Guide M. 
Manitoba Col. Journal M. 

Vox Wesleyana M. 

Waghorn's Guide .... M. 
West Can. Contractor M. 
West Can. Med. Jrnl. . M. 
West. Can. Wine & 

Spirit Trade Review M. 
Western Home 

Monthly M. 

Western Municipal 

News M. 

Western Watchman. . . M. 

Zenith M. 

Breidablik M. 

Canadi M. 

Freyja M. 

Sameiningin M. 



Swedish, Lib. 5^ 
Swed., Lib. ..2^ 
Ruth'n, Ind. ..3>^ 
Hung., Ind. . . 
Ger. , Con ... 6 
Iceland. Con. 2% 
Iceland. Lib. . 3 
Norwegian. . . i ^ 

f-:}...17,645* 

Agric 20^ 

Deaf Mute ... % 

Relig 

Literary 13 

Trade 3 

Agric 

Agric 

Agric 

College % 

College 

Travel. ..7,355* 
Architect .... 
Medical 

Trade 1 

Hou.se'd 35,884 • 

Munic 2^ 

Broth'd 

House Organ 
Icelandic . . . .2^ 
Hungarijin . . . 
Icelandic . . . .2^ 
Iceland, Relig. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 



Abernethy 400 

Alameda 400 

Areola 1,000 

Asquith 

Balcarres 400 

Battleford i ,200 

Broadview 700 

Canora 

Carievale 250 

Carlyle 450 

Car n duff. 650 

Caron . 215 



Abernethan W. 

Dispatch W. 

Moose Mt. Star W. 

Times W. 

Empire W. 

News W. 

Press W. 

Saskatchewan Herald. W. 

Express W. 

Advertiser W. 

News W. 

Herald W. 

Gazette W. 

Enterprise W. 



Ind. % 

Ind y^ 

Ind. -Lib i 

Ind X 

Con ^ 

Ind X 

Lib- iX 

In<f. X 

Ind 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Churchbridge . . 100 

Craik 229 

Creelman 250 

Cupar 162 

Davidson 750 

Delisle 

Drinkwater .... 150 

Duck Lake .... 439 

Earl Grey 100 

Esterhazy 231 

Estevan 1,200 

Fillmore 356 

Forget 400 

Francis 225 

Gainsboro 350 

Govan 400 

Grenfell i ,000 

Guernsej' 

Halbrite 272 

Hanley 700 

Heward 173 

Humboldt 800 

Indian Head . . . 2,000 

Kamsack 500 

Lang: 350 

Lang-ham 249 

Lanigan 

Lashburn 300 

Lemberg 550 

Lloydminster . . 1,000 

Lumsden 461 

Manor 350 

Maple Creek . . . 850 

Melfort 500 

Melville 625 

Milestone 400 

Moose Jaw .... 10,000 



Moosomin.. . . .*. 1,400 

Muenster 100 

Nokomis 

North Batlleford i ,600 

Outlook 

Oxbow 900 

Paynton 

Pense 185 

Prince Albert . . 6,000 

<< 

Qu'Appelle .... 1,000 

Radisson 450 

Redvers 300 



Surprise W. 

News W. 

Gazette W. 

Herald W. 

Leader W. 

Advocate W. 

Advance VV. 

Chronicle VV. 

Gazette W. 

Observer W. 

Mercury W. 

Observer W. 

Press W. 

Mail W. 

Free Press W. 

Post W. 

Prairie News VV. 

Sun VV. 

Standard W. 

News VV. 

Herald VV. 

Chronicle VV. 

Journal VV. 

Prairie Witness VV. 

Vidette ,W. 

Times W^. 

Recorder W. 

Times W. 

Mail W. 

Comet VV. 

Budget W. 

Times W. 

News Record VV. 

Advocate VV. 

Ranching News VV. 

Carrot River Journal. . VV. 

Moon W. 

Canadian W. 

Mail W. 

News D. 

" W. 

Times D. 

S.-VV. 

Spectator VV. 

World W. 

St. Peters Bote . . W. 

Times W. 

News W. 

Outlook W. 

Herald VV. 

Recorder W. 

Advance W. 

Herald S.-W. 

Times W. 

Progress W. 

News VV. 

Observer W. 



X 

Ind 

Ind 

Ind }4 

Ind. -Lib 

Ind 

Ind 

Ind 

Ind 

Ind 34 

Ind j^ 

Lib }4 

Lib )4 

Ind 

Ind X 

Lib }4 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind }i 

Lib.... ^ 

Ind ^ 

Lib >^ 

Lib ^ 

Con i^ 

Ind 

Lib 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Lib.. X 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind. -Con X 

Ind. -Con X 

Con 

Ind X 

Ind 

Ind. 

Con X 

Con I 

Ind X 

Ind 2X 

Lib I 

Con iX 

Relig iX 

Lib;;;;;:;::; x 

ind;::::::::: x 
ind.*.".'.;;.'.:: 

Con I X 

Ind X 

Ind X 

Ind 



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riace 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Clasaificatioa Circ. 



Regina 10,000 



Rosthern 1,200 

Rouleau 600 

Saltcoats 450 

Saskatoon 6,500 

Stougfhton 242 

Strassburgf 600 

Swift Current. . . 900 

Tisdale 250 

Turford 

Wadena 300 

Wapella 500 

Watrous 

Watson 250 

Weyburn r,8oo 

Whitewood .... 551 

Wilcox 200 

Wilkie 300 

Windthorst .... 250 

Wolseley i ,200 

Yellow Grass. . . 344 

Yorkton t,6oo 



Leader D. 

W. 

Standard D. 

S.-W. 

Sask. Courier W. 

The West W. 

Sask. Gazette S.-M. 

Progress M. 

Enterprise W. 

Enterprise W. 

Recorder W. 

Capital D. 

W. 

Phoenix D. 

" W. 

Times W. 

Mountaineer W. 

Sun '..... W. 

Monitor W. 

Standard W. 

Herald W. 

Post W. 

Signal W. 

Witness W. 

Herald W. 

Herald W. 

Courier W. 

Press W. 

Independent W. 

News W. 

Journal W. 

Enterprise W. 

Times W. 



Lib 2,446 • 

Lib 2,697* 

Ind 2)4 

Ind 

German 4^ 

Con 2^ 

Gov't 

College 1^ 

Ind )4 

Ind y^ 

Ind 

Con 1,674* 

Con }4 

Lib 1,541* 

Lib 2,268* 

Ind X 

Ind 

Ind }i 

Ind 

Ind! .'.'...'.'.'.'. 

Ind ^ 

Ind 

Ind 360 

I 

Ind. -Con ^ 

ind! !!!!!!!!! 

I"d X 

Ind ^ 

Ind y^ 

Ind.-Con. .1.250 
Ind 



Airdrie 250 

Alix 250 

Banff 500 

Bawlf 400 

Blairmore 600 

Calgary 24,452 



Camrose 1,100 

Cardston i)232 

Carstairs 500 

Claresholm 1,200 

Cochrane 300 

Coleman i ,400 

Crossfield 450 



ALBERTA. 

News 

Free Press 

Crag-& Canyon 

Sun 

Times 

Albertan 

Herald 

News 

Farm & Ranch Review 

Trade Gazette 

Mail 

Alberta Star , . 

Journal 

Review . 

Advocate 

Miner 

Chronicle 

N. American Collector 



W. Ind 

W. Ind 

W. Ind 

W. Ind X 

W. Ind 

D. Lib 4,000 

W. Lib. -'i?! 

D. Ind 4,787* 

W. Ind 2,958* 

D. Ind 2,394* 

M. Agric. . . . 7,000 

M. Trade 2^ 

W. Ind ly 

W. Ind yz 

W. Lib 14 

W. Ind ^ 

W. Ind. 

W. Con 

w. Ind: y 

M 



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Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ 



Daysland 400 

Didsbury 720 

Edmonton 20,000 



Fort Saskatchewan 1 , 200 

Frank 1.J78 

Gleichen 500 

Grassy Lake ... 100 

Hig-h River i»55o 

Iniiisfail 750 

Lacombe I1O15 

Leduc 700 

Lethbridge 6,500 

Macleod i>i44 

Magrath 1,000 

Medicine Hat. . . 5,000 

Nanton 800 

Okotoks 950 

Olds 700 

Pincher City . .. . 200 

Pincher Creek. . 1,200 

Ponoka 473 

Raymond 1,700 

Red Deer 2,150 

Sedgfewick 200 

Stettler 1,100 

Strathcona 4,000 

Taber 2,000 

Vegreville i ,000 

Vermilion 623 

Wetaskiwin .... 3,000 



Press . . . ' 

Pioneer 

Bulletin 

S. 

Journal ....(M. &E.) 

Alberta Homestead .. . 

Saturday News 

Le Courrier de I'Ouest 

Alberta Herold 

Der Deutsch Canadier 

Alberta Gazette S, 

Westland S 

Reporter 

The Frank Paper 

Call 

News 

Times 

Province 

Advertiser 

Western Globe 

Representative 

Herald 

It 

News 

Advance 

Pioneer 

News 

Times 

News 

Review 

Gazette 

News 

Echo 

Herald 

Rustler 

Advocate 

News 

Sentinel ., 

Independent 

Chronicle S. 

Plaindealer S. 

Free Press 

Observer 

Signal 

Post 

Times 



W. Ind /i 

W. Ind ^ 

D. Lib 4 

-W. Lib 4^ 

D. Con 3 

W. Con 2}i 

W. Agric 

W. Ind 

W. Lib i>^ 

W. Lib sH 

VV. Con 

-M. Gov 

-M. Relig 

W. Ind ^ 

W. Lib 

W. Ind '4 

W 

W. Ind I 

W. Ind 1,010* 

W. Ind.-Con >^ 

W. Lib >^ 

W. Ind X 

D. Lib i^ 

W. Lib X 

W, Con 1)4 

VV. Lib X 

W. Ind X 

W. Ind 1)4 

W. Con iX 

W. Ind.-Lib 

W. Ind '4 

W. Ind X 

W. Ind 

W. Ind )4 

W. Ind )4 

W. Ind )4 

W. Ind.-Lib f/ 

W. Con ^ 

W. Ind 

W. Lib I 

-W. Con X 

W. Ind.-Lib i 

\V. Ind >2 

W. Ind.-Lib )4 

W. Ind % 

W. Ind I 

W. Lib I ^ 



Alberni 500 

Armstrong 1,000 

Ashcroft 500 

Chilliwack 1,000 

Cranbrook 3»500 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Pioneer- News VV. 

.■\dvertiser W. 

Journal W. 

Progress W. 

Herald VV. 

Prospector W. 



Ind X 

Ind )4 

Ind >^ 

Ind U 

Ind 1,328* 

Con yi 



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PUce 


Pop. 


Name of Paper 


Issue 


Classification 


Circ 


Cre!#ton 


550 


Review 


.. W. 


Ind 




Cumberland .... 


1,149 


News 


. . W. 


Lib 


• '4 


Duncan 


207 


Cowichan Leader . . 


. . W. 


Con 


■ vj 


Eburne 


500 
800 


Point Grey Gazette, 
W^alker's Weekly. . . 


W. 






Enderbv 


.. W 


Ind. -Con. . . . 




it 




Under the Pines . . 


.. M. 


New Though 


t 


Fernie 


6,500 


Free Press 


.. W. 


Ind 


• V 


(( 




Ledger 


.. W. 


Ind 


I 


Golden 


1,000 


Star 


.. w. 


Ind 


• Xi 


" 




Times 


.. w. 


Lib 


. V, 


Grand Forks . . . 


2,500 


Gazette 


.. w. 


Con 




Greenwood .... 


2,000 


Boundary Creek Times W. 


Lib 


. V. 


" 




Ledgfe 


.. w. 


Con 


■ 'A 


Hedley 


300 


Gazette 


.. w. 


Con 


. ^ 


Kamloops 


2,600 


Inland Sentinel .... 


S.-W. 


Lib 


I 


n 


1,200 


Standard 

Kootenain 


.. w. 
.. w. 


Con 


I 


Kaslo 


Con 


I 


Kelowna 


1,500 


Courier 


.. w. 


Ind.-Lib 




Kelowna Orchard 




City Record 


.. w. 


Con 




Keremeos 


300 


Trumpet 


w. 


Ind 




Merritt 


Soo 


Nicola Herald 


.. w. 


Ind 




Michel 


2,500 
600 


Reporter 

Record . 


.. w. 


Ind , 




Mission Cit}'. . . . 


.. w. 


Ind 




Mount Pleasant 


5,000 


Advocate 


.. w. 


Ind 


. '^ 


Moyie 

Nanaimo ... . 


1,000 


Leader 


.. w. 


Con 


1% 


8,000 


Free Press 


. . D. 


Con 

Con 






.S.-W. 


<( 




Herald 


.. D. 


Lib 


..■^ 


Nelson 


6,000 


News 


.. D. 


Con.' 


2% 







(< 


.. W. 




1^ 


N. Westminster 


12,148 


Columbian 

News 


.. D. 
.. W. 
.. D. 


Con 






2% 


<( 


Lib 


I 


<i 




li 


.. W. 


Lib 


y^ 


North V^ancouver 


3.500 


Express 


.. W. 


Ind 


V^ 


" 




Pythian Shield. . . . 


.. M. 


Brotherhood. . 




Penticlon 


800 


Press 


.. W. 


Ind 


% 


Phoenix 


1,900 


Pioneer 


.. W. 


Ind 


¥ 


Port Essing'ton 


600 


Loyalist 

Empire 


.. w. 
.. w. 






Prince Rupert . . 


Ind 


I 


Princeton 


600 


Similkameen Star. . 


.. w. 


Lib 


% 


Queen Charlotte 




News 


.. w. 


Ind 




Quesnel 


200 


Cariboo Observer. . 


.. w. 


Con 




Revelstoke 


4,000 


Mail-Herald 


.S.-W. 


Ind 


^% 


ti 




Observer 


.. w. 


Ind 




Rossland 


6,000 


Miner 


.S.-W. 


Ind 


H 


Salmon Arm . . . 


400 


Observer 


.. w. 


Ind 




Sapperton 

South Vancover 




Diamond 


.. w. 






1,500 


Times 

Review 

Trail News 


.. w. 
.. w. 
.. w. 






Summerland . . . 






Trail 


Ind 


% 


Vancouver 


85,000 


News-Advertiser . . . 


.. D. 


Ind 


VA 


ii 




(( (1 


. w. 


Ind. 


<■/ 


(1 






.. D. 


Ind 16,95!5!* 


'■■ 






. . W. 


Ind: 


^H 


(I 




World 


.. D. 


Lib 




<i 




i( 


.S.-W. 


Lib 


' 



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CONDENSED LIST— NEWFOUNDLAND. 



257 



Place 



Pop. 



Name of Paper Issue Classification Circ. 



Vancouver ..... 85,000 



Vernon . 
Victoria . 



Victoria 30,000 



Canadian News D. 

Wa-Ving Yat-Po D. 

B. C. Building News. . W. 

Citizen W. 

Claret W. 

Mt. Pleasant Advocate W. 

Saturday Sunset VV. 

B.C. Min. Exchange.. M. 

Levy Magazine M. 

Marine Life M. 

Western Lumberman. M. 

Western Wage Earner M. 

Westward Ho M. 

2,500 Okanagan S.-W. 

News W. 

30,000 Colonist D. 

" S.-W. 

Evening Post 

Eve. (Colonist) ... D. 

Times D. 

" S.-W. 

B. C. Gazette W. 

Week W. 

B.C. Pharmac. Record M. 

B.C. Poultry man .... M. 
Western Methodist 

Recorder M. 



YUKON TERRITORY. 

Dawson City .. 5,000 News D. 

" W. 

" Yukon Morning World W. 

White Horse. . . 1,000 Star W. 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Bay of Islands. . 2,200 

Bay Roberts . . . 4,056 

Harbor Grace . . 6,000 

•St. John's 32,000* 



Twillingate 3,600 



Western Star W. 

Outlook W. 

Standard W. 

Chronicle D. 

Herald D. 

News D. 

Telegram D. 

Free Press W, 

Plaindealer W. 

Royal Gazette W. 

Trade Review W. 

Diocesan Magazine . . M. 

Fieldian M. 

Methodist Monthly 

Greeting M. 

People M. 

Newfoundl'd Quarterly Q. 

Sun ; W. 



Japanese .... 

Chinese 

Trade 

Ind.-Con 2^ 

Lit 

(See Mt. Pleas't) 

Lit 7 

Mining 

Lit 

Marine 

Trade 

Labor 

Lit 

Lib % 

Con I l^f 

Con. 6,224-*' 

Con 

Con 

Lib 4X 

Lib 2^ 

Gov't 

Lit 

Pharmacy .... 
Poultry I ^ 

Relig 1 

Ind : 

Ind 

Lib 

Lib ^ 

Ind % 

Lib xYt 

Ind.-Lib ^ 

ind.-Con.. 3,226 • 

Lib 3^ 

Ind.-Con 

Ind 

Gov't 

Com'l 2f/ 

Relig 

Educat'l 

Relig i>^ 

Ind 

Lib 

Ind.-Lib 



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



LIST OF . 

DAILY PAPERS 



Belleville. . . .... 10,000 

Berlin 13.397 

Brantford 20,600 

(( 

Brockville 9>5oo 

i( 

Chatham 12,000 

a 

Cobalt 8,000 

Fort William. .... 16,882 

Gait 10,350 

Giielph 14,000 

Hamilton 70,000 

Ing-ersoll 5)000 

Kingston 20,000 

Lindsay 8,000 

London 50,000 

Niag-ara Falls .... 10,000 

Ottawa 80,284 

Peterboroug-h 16,491 

Port Arthur 12,000 

Port Hope 5>300 

St. Catharines.... 11,780 

St. Thomas 14,000 

Sarnia 10,000 

Stratford 15,000 

Sudbury 4,000 

Toronto 338,814 



ONTARIO. 

Intelligencer E. 

Ontario E. 

News Record E. 

Telegraph E. 

Courier E. 

Expositor E. 

Recorder E. 

Times E. 

News E. 

Planet E. 

Nugget 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. 

Standard E. 

Post E. 

Warder E. 

Advertiser ...... X. & 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, 

Northern Star M. 

Globe M. & E. 

Mail & Empire M. 

News E. 

Star E. 



Con 1,473 • 

Lib I 

Con .... 3,134 • 

Lib i}4 

Con 2l4 

Lib 5,020* 

Lib i/^ 

Con i^ 

Lib 1,893* 

Con f ^ 

Ind 

Lib i^ 

Ind.. .. 2,209* 

Lib iX 

Con 1,984* 

Con 2^ 

Lib 2,351* 

Ind. ...10,353* 
In.-Conl6,905* 

Lib 8 

Lib ^ 

Lib 4,188 * 

Con. , 2^ 

Lib iX 

Lib. -Con.. . .i }{ 
Lib... 12,738* 
Con. ..19,965* 

Con iX 

Con. . . .12,411 • 

Lib 7,266* 

Ind 9,502* 

Lib 3 

Lib. .... .2,811 * 

Con I X 

Ind 

Lib 1,881* 

Ind. -Con. . . i^ 

Lib 3/ 

Con. ...4,055* 

Lib iX 

Lib 3,574* 

Lib-Con 4,585* 
Lib. ...1,256* 

Lib 2,012* 

Con 2,117 * 

Ind 

Lib... 54,748* 
eon...41,067* 
Ind. . . 37,774 * 
I.-L...56,650* 



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



LIST OF DAILY PAPERS. 



259 



Toronto . . . 

Windsor. ... 
Woodstock. 



Levis. ... 
Montreal . 



Quebec .... 

( ( 
( I 

C( 

Slierbrooke 

(i 

Frederjcton 

a 

Moncton. . . 
St. John 



Amherst . . . 
Glace Bay. 
Halifax. . . . 

<4 
(1 

Lunenburgf 
Sydney . . . . 

Truro 

Yarmouth . 



Charlottetown. 



338,814 Telegram E. 

World M. 

15,829 Record E. 

10,500 Express : E. 

Sentinel Review E. 

QUEBEC. 

10,000 Le Quotidien E. 

373,000 Gazette M. 

Herald E. 

Star E. 

Witness E. 

Le Canada M. 

La Patrie E. 

La Presse E. 

Jewish Eagfle M. 

80,000 Chronicle M. 

Telegraph E. 

L'Action Sociale E. 

L'Evenement E. 

Le Soleil E. 

15,000 News E. 

Record E. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

7,200 Gleaner E. 

Herald E. 

1 1 ,000 Times M. 

Transcript E. 

50,000 Globe E. 

Standard 

Star (Eve. Sun) E. 

Sun M. 

Telegraph M. 

Times E. 

NOVA SCOTIA. - 

8,000 News E. 

1 6,000 Gazette E. 

50,000 Acadian Recorder E. 

Chronicle M. 

Echo (Eve. Chronicle) .. E. 

Herald M. 

Mail (Eve. Jlei-aldj ... E. 

6,000 News E. 

1 5,000 Post M . & E. 

Record E. 

6,500 News E. 

7,000 Globe E. 

Post E. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

13,000 Examiner E. 

Guardian. . . . (Morning) M. 

(Rural) M. 

Patriot E. 



Ind.... 45,572* 
Ind....39,999* 
Ind-Lib.. 3,750 

Con 2 

Lib 4,254* 

Lib \}i 

Con.... 15,112 • 
Lib.... 24, 296* 
Ind. .. 66,595* 

Ind 13J4: 

Lib 14,544* 

Ind. ...37,563* 
Ind. ..99,239* 

Yiddish 

Con. . . . 8,982 

Ind 8;^ 

Ind 

Con 10^^ 

Lib 15 

Ind 

Ind 8,223* 

Ind 2 

Lib }i 

Con 2,285* 

Lib 2^2 

Lib 7,% 

Con 

Ind.-Lib. 5,796* 
Ind.-Lib. 7,021* 

Ind 7X 

Ind d^X 

Lib I 

Ind 3,406 * 

Lib 2% 

Lib 7)4 

Lib 334: 

Ind. Con. 7,449* 
Ind.Con. 7,558* 

Ind 

Con 3%^ 

Lib '3 

Ind. ......970* 

Lib 

Con 

Lib.- Con. . .2}^ 

Ind 3 

Ind. -?V 

Lib.... 2,6b9* 



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26o 



LIST OF DAILY PAPERS. 



Brandon 



Portage La Prairie 6,300 
Winnipeg 122,500 



Moose Jaw. 
Regina . . . . 



Saskatoon . 



Calgary 24,452 



Edmonton. 
Lethbridge , 



MANITOBA. 

1 1 ,000 Sun E. 

Times M. 

Graphic E. 

Review E. 

Free Press M. 

" " News Bulletin E. 

Telegram M. & E. 

Tribune E. 

SASKATCHEWAN. 

10,000 News M. 

Times. E. 

10,000 Leader M. 

Standard E. 

6,500 Capital N. & E. 

Phoenix E. 

ALBERTA. 

Albertan M. 

Herald E. 

News E. 

20,000 Bulletin E. 

Journal M. & E 

6,500 Herald E. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Nanaimo. 



Nelson 

New Westminster. 



8,000 

6,000 
12,148 



Vancouver 85,000 



Victoria 30,000 



Free Press E. 

Herald M. 

News M. 

Columbian E. 

News M. 

News- Advertiser M. 

Province E. 

World E. 

Canadian News M. 

Wa-Ying Yat-Po 

Colonist M. 

Evening Post 

(Eve. Colonist) E 

Times E. 



Dawson City. 
St. John's . . . . 



YUKON TERRITORY. 

5,000 News E. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

32,000 Chronicle E. 

Herald E. 

News M. 

Telegram E. 



Lib 2 

Con I X 

Lib H 

Con % 

Lj^;} 36,048 • 

Con... 23,315 • 
Ind 

Con \ 

Ind ^ 

Lib 2,445* 

Ind 2.% 

Con 1,674* 

Lib 1,541* 

Lib 4,000 

Ind 4,787* 

Ind 2,394* 

Lib 4 

Con 3 

Lib iX 

Con i^ 

Lib i)i 

Con 2 ^4 

Con \)i 

Lib I 

Ind 2,% 

Ind. ...15,922* 

Lib 

Japanese . . . 

Chinese 

Con 5,224* 

Con 

Lib 4X 

Ind 

ind-Con. 3,226 
Lib z)i 



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



BILL 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 g}^ feet. The width of an 8-sheet poster is 7 feet. Add 2/4 feet to 
the width for every 4 sheets added to the poster. 



. »4r. 


St 20 


St 24 


' lOH Pt. 


St 16 


' '^ 8.5^. 12 1 




• 










2 St 



































St 



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 
given are those in force January ist, 1909, 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, 300 

•Amherstburg 2,400 

Amprior 4> ' 52 

Barrie 7,000 

Belleville 10,000 

•Berlin and Waterloo 17,818 

Bowmanville 3i500 

•Brampton 3.500 

Brantford 20,600 

Brockville 9.500 

Campbellford 2,700 

Carleton Place 4<350 

Chatham 1 2,000 

Clinton 2,800 

*Cobourg 5» • 49 

Collingwood 7,000 



.06 
.07 
.06 
.09 
.07 



.07 
.06 
.07 
.06 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.06 
.06 
.07 



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17 



262 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Place 



p Rate per sheet for 

P ' 4 weeks showing' . 



•Cornwall 8,000 . 04 

Deseronto 4>500 .06 

Dundas 4>500 .06 

Dunnville 3)000 .06 

Elora 1 ,400 . 06 

Ferg-us 1,800 06 

Fort William 16,882 . 10 

Gait 1 0,350 -07 

Goderich 4,600 .07 

*Gravenhurst 2,500 . 05 

Guelph 14,000 .06 

Haileybury 3,ooo . 07 

Hamilton 70,000 . 10 

*Harriston 1,860 03% 

*Hespeler 2,760 .05 

Ingersoll 5,000 .06 

*Kenora 7,000 .07 

King'ston 20,000 .07 

Lindsay • 8,000 .07 

London 50,000 .09 

Lucknow 1 ,700 .07 

Meaford 2,800 . 07 

Meniton 1,500 .07 

*Mt. Forest 2,500 . 03 

*Napanee 4,213 .04 

*Newmarket 3,500 .04 

Niagara Falls ^ 

Niagara Falls South.. . . j- 10,000 .07 

Chippewa & Standford. . j 

North Bay 5,000 .07 

*Orangeville 2,500 .04 

Orillia 5,57i -07 

*Oshawa 6,000 . 07 

Ottawa 80,284 . 10 

Owen Sound 12,000 .09 

Paris 3,400 .06 

•Pembroke 6,000 .07 

* Perth 3,600 .04 

Peterboro '6,491 .09 

*Picton 4,000 . 04 

Port Arthur 12,000 . 10 

Port Dalhousie. ... 1,200 .07 

Port Hope 5, 300 .06 

*Preston 3,020 .04 

*Ridgetown 2,500 .05 

St. Catharines 11,780 .09 

St. Thomas 14,000 .07 

Sarnia 10,000 .07 

Sault Ste. Marie 8,500 .07 

*Seaforth 3, 000 . 07 

♦Simcoe 3,350 .05 

•Smith's Falls 5>5oo 07 

•Stratford 15,000 .05 

•Strathroy 3,200 .03 

•Sturgeon Falls 2,800 .07 

Thorold 2,580 .07 

Toronto 338, 140 ■ 1 4 



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



BILL POSTING. 



263 



Place 



Pop. 



Rate per sheet for 
4 weeks showing'. 



4,217 
1,800 



Trenton 

•Tweed 

•Waterloo, see Berlin 

West Toronto 10,000 

*Whitby 2,500 

Windsor 15,829 

*Wingham 2,500 

Woodstock '0,500 



.07 
.04 



. 12 
.07 
.07 
.04 
.07 



QUEBEC. 



.07 
.07 
.07 
.07 



Beauhamois 500 

Chateaugfuay i ,000 

Famham 3,200 

Granby 5,000 

Hull i5»300 . 10 

Levis, see Quebec 

Montreal 373,000 . 14 

Quebec and Levis 90,000 . 10 

St. Johns 6,300 .07 

St. Lambert 500 . 07 

Sherbrooke 15.000 .07 

Three Rivers 12^730 .07 

Valleyfield 10,500 .07 

Waterloo 2,000 .07 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Fredericton 7»2oo 

Moncton 1 1,000 

St. John 50,000 

St . Stephen 2,680 

Sussex 2,200 

NOVA SCOTIA. 



Amherst 

•Annapolis Royal 

*Anligonish 

•Bridgewater 

•Digby 

Halifax 

•Liverpool 

•Lunenburg 

•New Glasgow 

•Parrsboro 

•Pictou 

•Shelburne 

•Springhill 

•Stellarton 

•Sydney 1 5,000 

Truro 6,500 



8,000 
1,019 
2,000 
3.937 
1. 150 
50,000 

■.937 
6,000 
6,000 
2,700 
4.500 
1,500 
6,000 
3.500 



.09 
.09 
.09 
.07 
.07 



07 



OS 

07 
06 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Charlottetown 
Summerside . . 



13,000 
3.300 



•07 

.07 



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264 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Place 



Pop. 



Rate per sheet for 
4 weeks showing . 



MANITOBA. 

Brandon 11 ,000 

Dauphin 3>5oo 

Portag'e la Prairie . . : 6,300 

St. Boniface 6,500 

Winnipeg 122,500 

,. T . > Suburbs of Winnipeer. 

Norwood J *^ *" 



.09 
.07 
.08 
. 12 
.14 
•14 
•4 



SASKATCHEWAN. 

*Indian Head 2,000 .07 

Moose Jaw 10,000 . 10 

Moosomin i , 400 . 07 

Prince Albert 6,000 . 08 

Regina 10,000 .10 

Saskatoon 6,500 . i o 

Yorkton i ,600 . 06 

ALBERTA. 

Calgary 24,452 . 1 o 

*Didsbury 720 .04 

Edmonton and Strathcona 24,000 .10 

* High River . 1,550 .07 

*Innisfail 750 . 07 

Lacombe i>ii5 .07 

*Lethbridge 6,500 . 06 

MacLeod i»H4 •^'^ 

Medicine Hat 5.000 

Okotoks 950 . 07 

Olds . 700 .07 

Pincher Creek 1,200 .07 

Red Deer 2,150 .07 

Strathcona. See Edmonton 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Cranbrook 3i5oo .06 

Fernie 6,500 .06 

Nanaimo 8,000 . 07 

Nelson 6,000 .07 

New Westminster 12,148 .07 

Revelstoke 4,000 . 07 

Rossland and Trail T'S*"^ •'^^ 

Vancouver 85,000 . 1 2 

Victoria 30,000 .09 



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



CLASSIFIED LIST 



-OF 



Canadian Newspapers 



INCLUDING COUNTY LISTS 



ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED FOR READY REFERENCE 



LISX OF CANADIAN 

NEWSPAPERS BY COUNTIES. 



ONTARIO. 



ADDINGTON.— (See Lennox). 


Ottawa 


Journal 


S-W 


10404* 












Le Temps 


D 


3 


ALGOMA (District) 


, 






Military Gazette 


S-M 






Pop. 63,850. 








Naturalist 

Real Estate Chronicl 


M 

t M 




Bruce Mines 


Spectator 


W 


% 




United Canada 


W 




Gore Bay 


Recorder 


W 


"6 




University Review 


M 




Little Current 


Manitoulin Expositor 


w 


^ 










Richards Landing 


St. Joe Herald 


w 


Va. 




DUFFERIN. 






*Sault Ste. Marie 


Express 


\v 


iK 










** *k 


Star 


w 


204 r* 




Pop. 17,000. 






Thessalon 


Advocate 


w 


IK 




(Returned with Simcoe.) 














Grand Valley 


Star and Vidette 


W 


1032* 




BRANT. 






*Orangeville 


Banner 


w 


1995* 




Pop. 40,352. 






!! 


Post 
Sun 


w 
w 


22'.^ 


*Brantford 


Awakener 


M 




Shelburne 


Economist 


w 


1 


" 


Can. Bee Journal 


M 


1 




Free Press 


w 


1392* 




Courier 


D 


2^ 










" 


Expositor 


W 
D 
W 


50^2^ 
1569* 




DUNDAS. 

Pop. 19.957. 






Paris 


Review 


W 


1 


Chesterville 


Record 


w 


1 




Star-Transcript 


W 


1 


Iroquois 


St. Lawrence News 


w 


1 


St. George 


Can. Holstein-Friesian 


- ■ ■- 




Morrisburg 


Herald 


w 


Vx 




Record 


M 


'6 




Leader 


w 


1 




Sentinel 


W 


Va, 


South Mountain Herald 


w 


Vx 










Winchester 


Press 


w 


965 




BRUCE. 
















Pop. 64,604. 








DURHAM. 






Chesley 


Asso. Presbyterian 


M 


Va 




Pop. 27,570. 






" 


Enterprise 


W 


Wx 


Bowmanville 


Can. Statesmen 


w| 
w) 


3K 


Kincardine 


Reporter 


W 


iVa 


*' 


News 


" 


Review 


W 


\% 


** 


West Durham Review W 


Vx 


Lucknow 


Sentinel 


W 


1 


Millbrook 


Mirror 


w 


Vx 


Mildmay 


Gazette 


W 


^. 


** 


Reporter 


w 


H 


Paisley 


Advocate 


W 


^^ 


Newcastle 


Independent 


w 


}i 


Port Elgin 


Times 


W 


M. 


Orono 


News 


w 


Vx 


Ripley 


Express 


W 


■ Va 


Port Hope 


Guide 


D 


Vx 


Southampton 


Beacon 


W 


Ya 






w 


2% 


Tara 


Leader 


W 


1339* 


h, 4i 


Times 


w 


2 


Teeswater 


Rews 


W 


% 


" 








Tiverton 


Watchnian 


w 


^ 




ELGIN. 






*Walkerton 


Bruce Herald 
Bruce Times 


w 
w 


IVa 

1% 




Pop. 50,443. 






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Markham 


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w 


1540 




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w 

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1065* 




WELLINGTON. 






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w 
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1876* 




Pop. 68,137. 






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w 


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w 


1 


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w 


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Drayton 


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Times and Guide 


w 


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w 


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Valleyfield 



ARGENTEUIL. 

Pop. 16,407. 
News 

Watchman 

ARTHABASKA. 

Pop. (with Drummond) 44,484. 
Gazette d'Arthabaska 
L'Union 
L'Echo 

BEAUHARNOiS. 

Pop. 21,732. 
Le Progres 



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Pop. 24,495. 
Ste. Anne de Ris- 
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Roberval 



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Pop. 14,711. 
News 

CHAMPLAIN. 

Le Courrier W 

CHATEAUGUAY. 

Pop. 15,693. 
Bulletin W 

CHICOUTIMI. 

Pop. (with Sagiienay) 48,291. 

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COMPTON. 

Pop. 26,460. 
•Cookshire Chronicle 

Lake Meeantic Chronicle 

HOCHELAGA. 

Pop. (not includine Montreal) 56, 
'Montreal (See Condensed List) 

News 

HUNTINGDON. 

Pop. 13,979. 
Can. Gleaner 
News 

JOLIETTE. 

Pop. 22,255. 
L'Etoile du Nord 

labell£. 

Pop. 30,931. 

Post 

Le Pionnier 

LEVIS. 

Pop. 26,210. 
Le Quotidien 
(L'Hebdomadaire) 

MEGANTIC. 

Pop. 23,621. 
Gazette 

MISSISQUOI. 

Pop. 18,481. 
News 

Cotton's Weekly 
Leader 

MONTMAGNY. 

Pop. 14,724. 
Courrier 
Le Peuple 

MONTMORENCY. 

Pop. 12,311. 
Annales de Ste. Anne 

PONTIAC. 

Pop. 25,752. 
Advance 
Equity 



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Pop. (not including Quebec City) 23,000. 
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Pop. 18,576.' 
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RICHMOND. 

Pop. (including Wolfe) 34,137. 



Danville 
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Times 
Times 

RIMOUSKI. 

Pop. 40,157. 
Le Progres du Golfe 
Le Messager 

ST. HYACINTHE. 

Pop. 21,543. 
Le Courrier 
L'Echo 
La Tribune 
L' Union 



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SHEFFORD. 

Pop. 23,628. 
Leader Mail 
Advertiser 
Le Journal 

SHERBROOKE. 

Pop. 18,426. 
Legal Review 
Le Progres 
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Record 

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Pop. 26,816. 






L'Avenir du Nord 
La Nation 


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Pop. (with St. Maurice) 26,167. 
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Pop. 44,800. 

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RESTIGOUCHE. 








Pop. 10,925. 








Pop. 10,586. 






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CHARLOI IE. 

Pop. 22,415. 






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Beacon 
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W 

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WESTMORELAND. 

Pop. 42,060. 






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W 




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W 


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NORTHUMBERLAND. 

Pop. 28,543. 




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Pop. 31,620. 
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Pop. 18,842. 






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Middleton Outlook 


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Pop. 13,617. 






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Pop. 24,900. 






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W 




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2143* 


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273 


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LUNENBURG. 






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Free Lance 


W 


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Pop. 77,t)00. 








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See Condensed List 






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Gold Hunter 


w 


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Advance 


w 


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Pop. 20,056. 
Advance 


w 


1550 




RICHMOND. 






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S-M 






Pop. 13,515. 






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w 


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w 


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M 




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w 


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SHELBURNE. 






Pop. 24,353. 








Pop. 14,954. 






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Pop. 21,937. 






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Pop. 40,069. 

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P.E.I. Agriculturist 

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Grand View 
Plumas 
Sifton 
Swan River 



Crystal City 
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Herald 

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Maple Leaf 

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Western Canadian 

Chronicle 

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Leader 

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Western Prairie 

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Herald 

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Dominion City Weekly Echo 

Emerson Journal 

Morris Herald 

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w 


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w 


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Macleod 


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w 


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BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



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Alberni Pioneer News 

Port Essington Loyalist 

Prince Rupert Empire 

Queen Charlotte News 



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Prospector 


C res ton 


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Nanaimo 


Cowichan Leader 
Free Press 

Herald 


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Eburne 
Mission City 


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Point Grey Gazette 

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W 
W 
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COUNTY LIST. 



277 



New Westminster Columbian 


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W 


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W 


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Grand Forks 


Walker's Weekly 
Under the Fines 
Gazette 


W 
M 

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VANCOUVER. 






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Boundary Creek Times W 
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Mount Pleasant Advocate 
North Vancouver Express 

Pythian Shield 
South Vancouver Times 


W 
W 
M 


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Kamloops 

Kelowna 


Gazette 

Inland Sentinel 

Standard 

Courier 

Record 

Trumpet 


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w 
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Vancouver See Condensed List 






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w 


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w 










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Salmon Arm 


Observer 


w 




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Summerland 


Review 


w 










Vernon 


News 


w 


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Victoria See Condensed List 








Okanagan 


s-w 


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YUKON TERRITORY. 



Dawson City 



News 
Worid 



D 
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NEWFOUNDLAND. 



BAY OF ST. GEORGE DISTRICT. 

Bay of Islands Western Star W % 



HARBOR GRACE DISTRICT. 



Bay Roberts 
*Harbor Grace 



Outlook 
Standard 



1% 

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St. John's 



Herald 


D 




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D 


3226 


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M 




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W 




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W 




Telegram 


D 


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Trade Review 


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Chronicle 

Diocesan Magazine 
Fieldian 
Free Press 



TWILLINGATE AND FOGO 
DISTRICT. 

*Twillingate Sun W 



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CLASSIFIED LIST. 



AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL 




Toronto 


Canadian Craftsman and 






INTERESTS. 




.. 


Masonic Record 
Canada Scotsman 


M 

S-M 




ONTARIO. 




" 


Forester 


M 


Brantford 
Chatham 
Grimsby 


Canadian Bee Journal 
Poultry and Dogs 
Weekly Fruit Grower 


M 
M 

W 


" 


Freemason 

Independent Oddfellow 

Scottish Canadian 

Sentinel 

Sons of England Record 

Home Circle Leader 


M 
M 
M 

W 
M 
M 


Guelph 
London 
Owen Sound 


Agricultural College Review 
Farmer's Advocate 
Canadian Poultry News 


M 
W 

M 


Welland 


Peterboro 


Farm & Dairy 

Canadian Florist E 


W 
i-W 




QUEBEC. 




" 


Canadian Horticulturist 


M 


Montreal 


L' Artisan 


M 


St. George 


Holstein-Friesian Record 


S-M 


St. Hyacinthe 


L'Echo 


M 


Toronto 


Canadian Implement Trade 


M 










Canadian Poultry Review 


M 




NOVA SCOTIA. 






Canadian Sportsman and Live 




Truro 


Lever 


M 




Stock Journal 


W 










Massey-Harris Illustrated Bi-M 




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II 


Poultry Advocate 
Sun 


M 
W 


Winnipeg 


Canadian Scotsman 


W 




** 


Western Watchman 


M 




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Montreal 


Journal d'Agriculture \ 
Journal of Agriculture J 


M 




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** 


North Vancouve 


r Pythian Shield 


M 




Family Herald and Weekly Star 


W 










NEW BRUNSWICK. 






COLLEGIATE. 




Sussex 


Maritime Farmer 


S-M 




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NOVA SCOTIA. 




Berlin 


St. Jerome Schoolman 


M 


Halifax 


Homestead 


W 


Guelph 


Agricultural College Review 


M 




Nova Scotian 


W 


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Queen's University Journal 
Queen's Medical Quarterly 


S-M 
Q 




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Queen's Quarterly 


Q 


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w 


Ottawa 


University Review 


M 




P. E. Island Agriculturist 


w 


Toronto 


Acta Victoriana 

McMaster University Monthly 


M 
M 




MANITOBA. 




" 


Trinity University Review 


M 


Winnipeg 


Canadian Farm Implements 


M 




University Monthly 


M 


" 


Canadian Thresherman 


M 


Whitby 


Vox Collegii 


M 


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Farm Crops 
Farmer's Advocate 


M 
W 




QUEBEC. 




" 


Grain Growers' Guide 


M 


Montreal 


Martlet 


W 




N. W. Farmer 


S-M 


'.'. 


Presbyterian College Journal 
University Magazine 


M 
M 




ALBERTA. 










Calgary 


Farm and Ranch Review 


M 




NEW BRUNSWICK. 




Edmonton 


Alberta Homestead 


W 


Fredericton 


University Monthly 


M 




BRITISH COLUMBIA. 




Sackville 


Allisonia 
Argosy 


Bi-M 
M 


Victoria 


B. C. Poultryman and Horticulturist 


M 














NOVA SCOTIA. 




ARCHITECTURE. (See Trade.) 




Halifax 


Dalhousie Gazette 


M 








Windsor 


King's College Record 


M 


ATHLETICS. (See Sports.) 




WolfviUe 


Acadia Athenaeum 


M 










MANITOB.A. 






BROTHERHOODS. 




Winnipeg 


Manitoba College Journal 


M 




ONTARIO. 




** 


Silent Echo 


S-M 


Guelph 


Canadian Forester 


M 




Vox Wesleyana 


M 


" 


Chosen Friend 


M 




SASKATCHEWAN. 




Hamilton 


Templar 


M 








London 


Ancient Forester 
Canadian 


M 
M 


Regina 


Progress 


M 


" 


Canadian Woodman 


M 




NEWFOUNDLAND. 




Orillia 


Canadian Workman 


M 


St. John 


Fieldian •♦ 


M 



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279 


COMMERCIAL. (See Trade.) 




Toronto 


Economist 


M 








" 


Financial Post 


W 


DENTAL. (See Medical.) 






Ins. & Fin. Review 












Monetary Times 


w 


DOMESTIC AND HOUSEHOLD 




" 


Money & Risks 


M 










Office & Field 


W 




ONTARIO. 










Toronto 


Canadian Magazine 


M 




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** 


Home Journal 


M 


Montreal 


Chronicle (Ins. & Fin.) 


M 




Saturday Night 


W 


» 


Journal Can. Bankers' Also. 
Journal of Commerce 


Q 
W 




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M 


Montreal 
St. Johns 


Le Samedi 

Canadian Home Needlework 


W 
Q 


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Moniteur du Commerce 

Shareholder 

Trade Bulletin 


W 
W 
W 




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Trade Review 


w 


Winnipeg 


Freyja 


M 




MANITOBA. 




" 


Town Topics 


W 


Winnipeg 


Commercial 


w 




Western Home Monthly 


M 








EDUCATIONAL. (See also College.) 


JUVENILE PAPERS. (See also 




ONTARIO. 






Religious.) 




Belleville 


Canadian Mule 


S-M 




ONTARIO. 




Toronto 


Canadian Teacher 


S-M 


Toronto 


Canadian Church Juvenile 
Dew Drops 


M 

w 




QUEBEC. 




" 


King's Own 


w 


Montreal 


Stenographe Canadien 


M 




Onward 


w 


Quebec 


Educational Record 


M 




Playmate 


w 


" 


L'Enseignement Primaire 


M 


" 


Pleasant Hours 


w 










Primary Leaflet 


M 




NEW BRUNSWICK. 




" 


Young Soldier 


w 


St. John 


Educational Review 
NOVA SCOTIA. 


M 




LABOR. 

ONTARIO. 




Halifax 


Journal of Education 


S-Y 


London 


Industrial Banner 


M 




NEWFOUNDLAND. 




Toronto 


Lance 


W 


St. John's 


Fieldian 


M 




QUEBEC. 










Montreal 


L'Artisan 


M 




FINANCIAL. 






NEW BRUNSWICK. 




(See Insurance, Finance and Real 


Moncton 


Eastern Labor News 


w 




Estate). 






MANITOBA. 




GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL PAPERS. 


Winnipeg 


Voice 


w 


Ottawa 


Canada Gazette 


W 




BRITISH COLUMBIA. 




** 


Can. Patent Record 


M 


Vancouver 


Western Wage Earner 


M 


Toronto 


Ontario Gazette 


W 








Quebec 


Gazette Officielle 


W 








Fredericton 


Royal Gazette 


W 


^ 


LEGAL. 




Halifax 


Royal Gazette 


w 




ONTARIO. 




Charlottetown 


Royal Gazette 


w 








Winnipeg: 


Manitoba Gazette 


w 


Toronto 


Canada Law Journal 


SM 


Regina 


Saskatchewan Gazette 


S-M 




Canadian Law Times and Review 


M 


Edmonton 


Albena Gazette 


S-M 




Eastern Law Reporter 


M 


Victoria 


B. C. Gazette 


w 




Ontario Weekly Reporter 


W 


St. John's 


Royal Gazette 


w 




Western Law Reporter 
QUEBEC. 


M 


HOUSEHOLD. (See Domestic.) 




Montreal 


Les Rapports Judiciares de Quebec 


S-M 








** 


Revue des Jurisprudence 


M 




HUMOROUS. 




" 


Revue Legal 


M 




QUEBEC. 




Sherbrooke 


Legal Review 


W 


Montreal 


Le Canard 


w 










Le Samedi 


w 




LITERARY. 




Quebec 


Le Petit Quebecois 


w 




ONTARIO. 




HYGIENE. (See MedlcaL) 




Hamilton 
Toronto 


Outdoor Canada 
Busy Man's Magazine 


M 
M 


INSURANCE, FINANCE, AND REAL 


"> 


Can. Courier 
Can. Magazine 


W 
M 




ESTATE. 




", 


Collier's Weekly 
Home Journal 


W 
M 




ONTARIO. 




" 


La Rivista Italiana 


M 


Ottawa 


Real Estate Chronicle 


M 


•* 


Scottish Canadian 


M 


Toronto 


Bank Directory of Canada 


M 


'* 


Saturday Night 


W 




Balletin 


M 




Westminster 


M 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 





QUEBEC. 






NOVA SCOTIA. 






Montreal 


Busy Man's Magazine 
Can. Life and Resources 
Canadian Pictorial 


M 
M 
M 


Halifax 


Industrial Advocate 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 




M 


" 


Je Dis Tout 


M 


Vancouver 


B. C. Mining Exchange 




M 


*' 


Le Journal de Francoise 


S-M 










" 


Le Passe Temps 


S-M 




MISCELLANEOUS 






" 


I,e Propagateur 


M 




ONTARIO. 






** 


La Revue Canadienne 


M 










" 


La Revue Populaire 


M 


Ottawa 


Can. Patent Record (Official) 


M 


" 


Le Samedi 


W 




Military Gazette 




S-M 


" 


Standard 


W 


St. Thomas 


Municipal World 




M 


" 


World Wide 


w 


Toronto 


Musical Canada 




M 


Quebec 


La Revue Franco-Americaine 


M 




Office Digest 




M 




La Verite 


W 




Secular Thought 




M 




NEW BRUNSWICK. 






QUEBEC. 






Fredericton 


Butler's Journal 


M 


Montreal 


Bulletin Sanitaire 




M 


St. Martins 


New Brunswicker 
MANITOBA. 


M 


" 


Can. Municipal Journal 
L'Ami des Sourds-Muets 

MANITOBA. 




M 
M 


Winnipeg 


Canada West 


M 












Saturday Post 


W 


Winnipeg 


Commercial Traveller 




M 


" 


Tovi'n Topics 


W 


" 


Silent Echo 




S-M 


" 


Western Home Monthly 


M 




West. Mun. News 




M 




ALBERTA. 






ALBERTA. 






Edmonton 


Saturday News 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 


W 


Crossfield 


North Ameiican Collector 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 




M 


Vancouver 


Claret 


W 


Vancouver 


Marine Life 




M 


'.' 


Levy Magazine 
Saturday Sunset 


M 
W 


NATURAL HISTORY. 


(See 




Victoria 


Westward Ho 
Week 


M 
W 




Scientific.) 








NEWFOUNDLAND. 




POULTRY, DOGS AND 


PET 




St. Jolin's 


People 


M 




STOCK. 







MANUFACTURES. (See Trade.) 

MEDICAL, PHARMACEUTICAL, 

DENTAL AND HYGIENIC. 



Chatham 
Owen Sound 
Toron to 



ONTARIO. 
Poultry and Dogs 
Can. Poultry News 
Can. Kennel Gazette 
Can. Poultry Review 
Poultry Advocate 



Kingston 
Toronto 



ONTARIO. 
Queen's Med. Quarterly 
Canadian Druggist 
Can. Journal of Med. & Surgery 
Can. Lancet 
Can. Nurse 
Can. Pharm. Journal 
Can. Practitioner 
Dominion Dental Journal 
Dominion Medical Monthly 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
Victoria B. C. Poultryman and Horticulturist M 

PROHIBITION. rSee Temperance.) 

RELIGIOUS. (See page 306.) 

SCIENTIFIC. 



Montreal 



Halifax 
Winnipeg 



Victoria 



QUEBEC. 

Bulletin Sanitaire M 

Journal de Medicin et de Chirurgie S-M 

L'Union Medicale du Canada W 

Montreal Medical Journal M 

Montreal Pharmaceutical Journal M 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Maritime Medical News W 

MANITOBA. 

West. Can. Med. Journal M 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

B. C. Pharm. Record M 



Guelph 
Ottawa 



Montreal 
Quebec 



ONTARIO. 

Canadian Entomologist 
Naturalist 

QUEBEC. 
Canadian Antiquarian 
Le Naturaliste Canadien 



SCHOOL. (See Collegiate.) 
SOCIETIES. (See Brotherhood.) 
SPORTING AND RECREATION. 

ONTARIO. 



MERCANTILE. (See Trade.) 
MINING. 

ONTARIO, 
uto Can. Min. Journal 



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



Chatham 


Can. Checker Player 


M 


Hamilton 


Outdoor Canada 


M 


Toronto 


Canadian Kennel Gazette 
Canadian Sportsman and Live 


M 




Stock Journal 


W 


" 


Curler & Bowler 


M 


" 


Motoring 


M 


" 


Motor Magazine of Canada 


M 




Rod & Qun 


M 




NOVA SCOTIA. 




Halifax 


Sports 


W 



CLASSIFIED LIST. 



281 



TEMPERANCE AND PROHIBITION. Montreal 

ONTARIO. » 

Hamilton Can. Royal Templar M | " 



London 
Toronto 


Can. White Rib. Tidines 
Pioneer 

QUEBEC. 


M 

W 


Montreal 


La Temperance 
White Ribbon Bulletin 
White Ribbon Leaflet 

NOVA SCOTIA. 


M 
M 
M 


Windsor 


Forward 


W 



TRADE AND MANUFACTURING. 

ONTARIO. 

Toronto Bookseller & Stationer M 

Buyers' Magazine M 

Canada Lumberman S-M 

Can. Baker & Confectioner M 
Can. Bookseller and Stationers' 

Journal M 

Can. Cement & Concrete Review M 

II Can. Cigar & Tobacco Journal M 

II Can. Contract Record W 

" Can. Druggist M 

II Can. Elect. News M 

Can. Engineer W 

II Can. Grocer W 

II Can. Harness & Carriage Journal M 

Can. Implement & Vechicle Trade M 

II Can. Mach. & M'f'g News M 

Can. Manufacturer W 

Can. Millinery Review M 

_ Can. Music Trades Journal S-M 

Can. Painter & Decorator M 

Can. Pharmaceutical Journal M 

Can. Pottery & Glass Gazette M 

Can. Shoe & Leather Journal M 

Can. Textile Journal M 

Can. Woodworker M 

II Clothier & Haberdasher M 

Construction M 

Dry Goods Review M 

Engineering Jour, of Can. M 

Furniture & Upholstery Journal M 

Gas Journal of Canada M 

Hardware 8(. Metal W 

Hardware Monthly M 

Industrial Canada M 

Merchant & General Storekeeper M 

Office Digest M 

II Plumber & Steamfitler S-M 

Power House M 

" Printer & Publisher M 

Pulp & Paper Magazine of Canada M 

Railway & Marine World M 

Trader & Can. Jeweller M 

Wine & Spirit Journal M 

QUEBEC. 

Montreal Bookseller & Stationer M 
" Builders' Bulletin S-W 



Quebec 



Winnipeg 



Calgary 



St. John's 



Can. Cigar & Tobacco Journal 


M 


Can. Grocer 


W 


Can. Mach. & .M'f'g News 


M 


Can. Millinery Review 


M 


Clothier & Haberdasher 


M 


Construction 


M 


Dry Goods Record 


M 


Dry Goods Review 


M 


Hardware & Metal 


W 


Journal of Commerce 


W 


Journal Can. Bankers' Asso. 


Q 


Le Moniteur du Commerce 


W 


Le Prix Courant 


W 


Liqueurs et Tabacs 


M 


Plumber & Steamiiner 


S-M 


Printer & Publisher 


M 


Retail Merchants' Journal 


M 


Tissus et Nouveautes 


M 


Trade Bulletin 


W 


Trader & Can. Jeweller 


M 


Trade Review 


W 


Wine & Spirit Journal 


M 


Le Semaine Commerciale 


W 


NOVA SCOTIA. 




Maritime Merchant 


Bi-W 


Industrial Advocate 


M 


MANITOBA. 




Can. Farm Implements 


M 


Commercial 


W 


Commercial Traveller 


M 


Western Can. Contractor 


M 


Western Can. Wine & Spirit 




Trade Review 


M 


Western Lumberman 


M 


Zenith 


M 


ALBERTA. 




Trade Gazette 


. M 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
B. C. Building News 
B. C. Mining Exchange 
Western Lumberman 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 
Trade Review 



TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION. 



St. Thomas 
Toronto 



Winnipeg 



ONTARIO. 

Railway News & Commercial 

Traveller 
Hotels & Travel 
Railway & Marine World 

QUEBEC. 
Internal. Ry. & Nav. Guide 

MANITOBA. 
VVaghorn's Guide 



Bi-W 
M 
M 



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



Papers in other Languages 
than English. 





FRENCH. 






GALICIAN. 






ONTARIO. 






MANITOBA. 


' ' 


Chatham 


L'Ami du Peuple 


W 


Winnipeg 


Can. Farmer 


W 


"*** 


Le Canadien 


w 








Hawkesbury 


Le Moniteur 


w 




HUNGARIAN. 




Ottawa 


Canada Gazette (Fr. & Eng.) 


w 










Le Temps 


D 




MANITOBA. 




Windsor 


Le Courrier 


W 


Winnipeg 


Can. Hungarian 


w 




Le Progres 


W 


" 


Canadi 


M 


QUEBEC 
See condensed list for full particulars of French 


papers 




ICELANDIC. 




published in 


the Province of Quebec. 






MANITOBA. 






NEW BRUNSWICK. 




Winnipeg 


Breidablik 
Heimskringla 


M 

W 


Moncton 


L'Evangeline 


W 


" 


Logberg 


w 


Shediac 


Le Moniteur Ac.idien 


W 


" 


Freyja 


M 




PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 




" 


Sameiningin 


M 


Tignish 


L'Impattial 

MANITOBA. 


W 




ITALIAN. 

ONTARIO. 




St. Boniface 


Le Manitoba 


W 


Toronto 


La Tribuna Canadiana 


W 




ALBERTA. 




" 


La Rivista Italiana 


M 


Edmonton 


Le Courrier de L'Ouest 


W 




QUEBEC. 










Montreal 


L'Araldo del Canada 


W 




GERMAN. 




" 


L'Ind. Corriere del Canada 


W 




ONTARIO. 










Berlin 


Berliner Journal 


w 




JAPANESE. 




" 


Evangeliums Bote 


M 




BRITISH COLUMBIA. 




Pembroke 


Deutsche Post 


W 










Kirchenblatt 


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THE MONTREAL STAR IS 
known everywhere as " Can- 
ada's Greatest Newspaper," 
and the title is undisputed in the 
newspaper profession, or among 
the reading and advertising public. 

The circulation of the Daily 
Star exceeds that of any other 
English paper in Canada, and it has 
a larger number of readers than all 
the other English daily papers in 
the whole Province of Quebec put 
together. The Weekly, known as 
" The Family Herald and Weekly 
Star," goes to every post office in 
Canada from which papers are 
circulated. It has more paid sub- 
scribers in Ontario alone than any 
Torojito 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 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 Daily STAR to-day has a circulation exceeding 67,000, while the Weekly 
circulation is over 130,000. It is doubtful if there exists, in any country, a 
medium that covers its territory as thoroughly as this combination of papers. 

The Daily and Weekly STAR owe their large circulation to the high 
estimation and regard in which they are held by their readers and the general 
public. 

The Daily STAR presents to its readers all the news in the most complete 
and readable form. Its attitude towards current events is entirely free from the 




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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



prejudice of section or party. The constant aim is to contribute, in the largest 
possible measure, to the "greatest good of the greatest number" of the public. 
The best measure of the extent to which this aim is being realized is furnished 
by the steady and rapid growth of the STAR'S circulation. From 13,000 in 
1877 to 45,000 in 1896, to 60,000 in 1906, and to 67,000 in 1908 is a record of 
growth that has never been approached by any other English newspaper in Canada. 

The Family Herald and Weekly Star has secured its great mail circulation, 
exceeding 130,000 per issue, without a single paid canvasser, relying solely upon 
the attractiveness of the paper to get subscribers. Part of its attraction lies in its 
complete departments devoted to farm matters, children, general reading, news 
and magazine features, while an important element of its success is to be found 
in the number of postmasters and school teachers throughout Canada who act 
as its subscription agents. 

The Montreal STAR has one distinctive feature that commends it specially 
to all the better classes of readers and advertisers. This is the strict censorship 
that is exercised over its advertising columns, for the exclusion of all objectionable 
or undesirable classes of advertising. When the STAR adopted this policy there 
were many who predicted that it would not be able to adhere to the stand it had 
taken. But in spite of the immediate financial sacrifice involved, the STAR has 
followed its course rigidly, and during this time its circulation and the volume 
of its advertising have increased beyond all previous records. To this policy may 
be attributed a large measure of the STAR'S rapid growth in the favor of both 
readers and advertisers. 

The STAR presents to manufacturers and merchants in every line the 
greatest single force for business promotion in Canada. Its great aggregation of 
readers includes all the best classes in every community in which it circulates : 
this means the city of Montreal and the other cities and principal towns of 
Eastern Canada, — covered by the Daily STAR, — and every rural and village 
community in Canada, — covered by " The Family Herald and Weekly Star." 

The rapid growth and expansion of Canada in population, resources and 
wealth places new and greater opportunities before the merchant and manu- 
facturer. Those who apply this greatest of all selling forces, — advertising, — to 
the extension of their business, and select their mediums wisely and well, will 
have no cause to complain of lack of demand during the next few years, at least. 

British and American firms realize the great value of this market, and are 
entering the field aggressively and with most profitable results. They, as well 
as leading Canadian firms, in every line, are using the columns of " Canada's 
Greatest Newspapers " to increase the volume and profits of their business. 

The head office of th6 STAR, in Montreal, as well as the branch offices in 
Toronto, New York, Chicago, and London, England, are constantly kept busy 
answering trade inquiries and supplying information, statistics, etc., to the many 
firms interested in the Canadian market. The STAR'S complete business 
organization and equipment is at all times at the disposal of ite advertisers and 
others who contemplate entering the field. 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Official Kigures 



FOUR LEADING PAPERS 
OF CANADA 

One Montreal paper equals all the 
others combined 



Montreal Daily Star - - - 66,595 
Montreal Weekly Star - - - 129,552 

(" The Family Herald and Weekly Star ") 



Toronto Daily Globe 
Toronto Weekly Globe - 


54,748 ) 
29,882 5 


Toronto Daily Mail 
Toronto Weekly Mail 


- 41,067 ) 
18,760 ) 


Montreal Daily Witness - 
Montreal Weekly Witness 


14,000 ) 
23,000 



196,147 

84,630 
59,827 
37,000 



In singling out the Star as the leading representative paper of Canada, 
it is no disparagement of great papers like the Toronto Globe and Mail, 
both of which readily concede the Star's superlative position. 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



To Men who Advertise— 
Watch Us Grow ! 

There is a force, full of energy, behind the London Advertiser, 
plus the ability to do things, that is pushing the paper to the front 
and making it an essential factor in the success of those advertisers 
who require publicity throughout Western Ontario. The London 
Advertiser and its progressive policy causes it to be the talk of, and 
read by, the people of London and the surrounding district. 

It's Home Subscriptions, It's Strength 

The London Advertiser has a system of circulation whereby 
the paper is distributed direct to the home in over 95 % of its delivery. 
This insures you against unsold copies being distributed to agents. 
You know you are getting what you pay for. Just one other 
point— 98% of London Advertiser mail subscriptions are paid in 
advance. If you are figuring on an advertising campaign throughout 
Ontario, take advantage of our present fair rates and get the benefits 
of the increased circulation we are gaining daily. 



January, 1908 
February, " 
March, " 
April, " 

May, 
June, 



MONTHLY AVERAGES 

.......12,148 July, 

12,141 August 

12,255 Septem 

12,540 Octobe 

12,641 Novem 



908 



.12,701 
12,818 
.12,723 
.13,029 
.13,343 
■13.538 



January, 1909, Monthly Average — 13,755 



Our circulation has been examined by the Association of 
American Advertisers* Auditor. 

Our books are open for inspection by any advertiser at any time. 

London Advertiser 

LONDON, CANADA 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THE CIRCULATION OF 

The Daily Free Press 

Winnipeg 

responds to improvement in conditions. Totals for last five months of 1908 show sub- 
stantial increases over those for corresponding periods in 1907. Average for the year also 
ahead of 1907. 



Month 


1907 


1908 


Percentage 


Month 


1907 


1908 


Percentage 








Loss 


Gam 








Loss 


Gain 


January 


36,368 


36,056 


3.6 


— 


July 


37,317 


36,482 


2.2 


_ 


February 


37,130 


35,467 


4.4 


— 


Aug^ust 


36,931 


38,413 


— 


4.0 


March 


37,9o2 


35,373 


6.6 


— 


September 36,685 


38,997 


— 


6.5 


April 


37,514 


35,020 


6.6 


— 


October 


36,207 


41,061 


— 


13.4 


May 


37,121 


34,755 


6.3 





November 


36,430 


39,746 


— • 


9.0 


June 


37,209 


35,136 


5.5 


— 


December 
Averag:* 


35,546 
36,852 


39,553 
37,095 


— 


11.2 




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During the month of October, 1908, the Free Press inserted large advertisements in 
prominent Eastern Canadian Dailies. These announcements dealt entirely with business 
conditions in Western Canada. They pointed out that the causes which had temporarily 
hampered the progress of the Canadian West were being rapidly removed and that an era 
of further development was at hand. 

It is extremely gratifying, therefore, to find that statistics for the year 1908 tend to 
establish the fact that a great revival of business is now taking place throughout the West. 

The bank clearings are considered one of the most accurate business thermometers, and 
we give below the story of the increase of commercial activity throughout the Canadian 
West as told by the bank clearings of Winnipeg. 











Percentage 










(Comparison 


1908 wil 


th 1907) 


Month 


1905 


1906 


1907 


1908 


Loss 


Gain 


January 


826,276,193 


$35,506,258 


$44,620,387 . 


$48,755,463 





9.2 


February 


20,452,960 


26,272,877 


35,177,890 


37,666,201 





7.0 


March 


23,404,817 


31,261,634 


41,089,493 


41,126,609 


— 


.09 


April 


22,646,778 


33,959,258 


45,613,128 


41,393,487 


9.2 





May 


26,790,247 


39,026,206 


54,520,545 


44,003,603 


19.2 





June 


26,634,587 


37,813.102 


48,933,638 


39,154,282 


19.9 





July 


31,900,309 


42,262,170 


54,339,389 


42,119,616 


22.4 


_ 


Aug:ust 


30,303,842 


38,77 8,804 


48,827,934 


36,938,667 


24.3 


— 


September 


28,733,399 


42,657,446 


44,276,318 


47,478,426 


— 


7.2 


October 


41,974,986 


67,087,988 


56,368,303 


73,794,782 


— 


3a9 


November 


48,522,178 


63,667,080 


66,718,434 


86,080,626 


— 


29.0 


December 


42,227,883 


66,393,691 


69,182,117 


76,601,239 


— 


27.7 



Total 



$369,868,179 $804,686,914 $699,667,676 $614,111,801 — 2.4 



It may be of interest to know that Winnipeg is the only Canadian city with a popu- 
lation over 100,000 whose bank clearings for 1908 exceeded those for 1907. 

For full particulars regarding the cost of an advertising service in the Free Press, 
communicate with any recognized Advertising Agency, or write direct to 

The Free Press, WINNIPEG 

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




Established 1872 



1. Has a larger circulation in Ontario than 
any other morning paper. 

2. Has a larger circulation in Toronto than 
any other morning paper. 

3. Has a larger MORNING circulation (even- 
ing editions of morning papers being 
substracted from total) than any other 
paper in Canada. 

Net Daily Average for 314 days of 190S 
Sworn Statement includes distribution as follows: — 

IN ONTARIO (Including Toronto) 

IN TORONTO CITY - - - - - 

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74 59 


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J84 28 


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87 52 


154 44 


216 22 


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99 78 


176 08 


246 52 


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196 50 


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Mail and Empire Circulation is worth more per thousand 
than that of any other medium in Canada. 

^^|-J^'J'*§ THE USE °^ explaining quality to and inviting trade of those who can't afford tc 

You may convince them that your goods are the best, but, if they f 
the price, you have paid for space in vain. ^ In comparing results do you always follow the in< 
through to see how many actual sales follow.-' There are some mediums which may bring a splendid 
of enquiries from curious people and others who would not, indeed could not, buy. Sales count, 
dollars and cents received should be the only index accepted of the value of advertising. Q The Ma 
Empire is willing to be judged by Actual Sales made. The Quantity and Quality of Circulation is p j 
If you fill your Mail and Empire space with convincing copy, satisfactory results must follow. 



MONTREAL: 

A. McKIM, Limited, Star Building 

LONDON, ENG: 

R. W. BAKER, 29 Ludgate Hill 



HAMILTON: 

T. M. WRIGHT, 30 King St. East 

NEW YORK: 

J. P. McKINNEY, 604 Cambridge Bldg. 



WINNIPEG: 

CHARLES O. SMITH, 41: 

CHICAGO: 

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LINE CONTRACTS 

Contracts may be made for a certain number of lines 
(agate) display, to be used within twelve months in the 
Daily Mail and Empire, at the following rates : — 

500 lines 12c. 7^ I 4,000 lines 8c. 

1,000 lines.... 10 5,000 lines. .. .7)4 

2,000 lines.... 9/^ 7,500 lines .... 7 

3,000 lines. . . .9,* ^10,000 lines. . . .6 

PREFERRED POSITIONS 

All prices quoted are for run of paper. If preferred 
position is desired, add as follows : 

For alongside reading, add 10% 

For top of column, add 15% 

For top of column and alongside read- 
ing or first following and alongside 

reading, add 20% 

For financial, local or other specified 
page, add 15% 

vide, 20 inches deep. Can use matrices. 

1)3 CLASSIFIED (WANT) ADVERTISING 

Contract prices are as follows, per word : — 

52 2 cents a word each time. 3 mos. 6 mos. i year 

8 cents a word for 6 times. Everyday .$0.80 $1.50 $2.00 

lA 15 cents a word for 13 times,when Every second day. . . .^ . . . . . 0.45 0.80 1.50 

run consecutively. Twice a week 0.30 0.55 1.10 

Once a week 0.15 0.30 0.55 

The above are prices per word. Initials, &eures, abbreviations and signs 
■ ($, c &c.,) are each counted as one word. 

Tes' (WeCKlY) 

^^ Amusement, Legal, Municipal and Government display advertising 

"^ per agate line, per insertion 15 cents. 

"" Agricultural and Commercial advertising 4 cents. 

" ^ Reading matter double display rates. Classified (Want) one cent per word per insertion. 

ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS, AND MAKE MONEY ORDERS, 
CHEQUES, &c., PAYABLE TO :— 

THE MAIL PRINTING COMPANY 

««te TORONTO, Canada 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



An evening paper which is in every sense a home paper, 
diligent in news gathering, potent and con- 
structive in its editorial policy. 

The Ottawa 
Free Press 

offers an almost exclusive service in Ottawa and the 
Ottawa Valley, not only on account of its position as the sole paper 
of its politics at the Capital of the country, but mainly because 
FREE PRESS readers usually don't need any other Ottawa paper, 
TI The Free Press is increasing more rapidly in circulation than any 
other newspaper in its field, and in the three years under its present 
management has legitimately won an unusual volume of public 
esteem and respect. 

^ Practically every local advertiser uses its columns. Indeed few 
Ottawa merchants would plan a campaign without it. The fact that 
it has carried for two years the greatest amount of display and reading 
advertising in its field seems to indicate that the merchants of its home 
city give it first place. 

% Here are the figures of the display and reading advertising carried by 
the three Ottawa newspapers during 1908 : — 

Free Press, MORE than 263.000 inches 

Second paper, less " 251,000 
Third paper, less " 203,000 " 

Here are the Free Press circulation figures : — 



Daily average 1906 .... 


6.426 


1907 .... 


6,768 


1908 .... 


7.266 


last three months of 1908 - 


7.544 


" January, 1909 - - 


7,565 



*^ Free Press rates are low in proportion to the number of readers the 
paper exclusively influences. Rates are flat, and no cut-rate propositions 
are considered. Quotations will be given by the publishers or by any 
recognized advertising agency. 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Over Sixty Years Old 



Montreal Witness 

ALWAYS EDITED AND OWNED BY DOUGALLS 



We 

Daily 

Witness 



Holds a 
Unique 
and 

Leading 
Position 
among the 
Great 
Metropol- 
itan 

Dailies of 
the World 



Subscrip- 
tion $3.00 
a year 



A Hint from an Advertising 
ri«ld-Marshai 



Waldo P. Warren is advertisine manager 
for Marshall Field and Company, of Chicaeo, 
which claims to be the largest Departmental Store 
in the world. In advising a young colleague he 
recently wrote as follows : — 

" I wish to outline to you the ideal adver- 
tising medium. It is the home newspaper. It is 
a paper which is so filled with good thoughts for 
every member of the family that it finds a warm 
welcome and an eager reading wherever it goes. 
It is free from crime and scandal and unwhole- 
some things. It takes more pride in the quality 
of its circulation than in mere quantity — but it 
has the quantity — as well as the quality. It is 
not boastful, not too much given to finding fault. 
It wins the confidence of the people by its sim- 
plicity, honesty, purity, and progressiveness. It 
handles the news of the day in a manner which 
appeals to the better class of people and to the 
better nature of all people. It emphasizes the 
the hopeful features of the news rather than the 
discordant ones. It has a permanent location for 
its special features. It is an authority on what- 
ever it undertakes to exploit. It has a reputation 
for correctness. It regulates its advertising pages 
by reasonable requirements." 



We 

Weekly 

Witness 

and Canadian 
Homestead 

Best 

Combina- 
tion of 
News and 
Agricul- 
ture in 
Canada 
Reaching 
Prosper- 
ous 
Farmers 

Subscrip- 
tion $1.00 
a year 



The Witness 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. With a constituency of some 
Two Hundred Thousand (200,000) Readers, its influence is past estimating. 



JOHN DOUGALL & SON 

PUBLISHERS 

Witness Block ... 



MONTREAL 



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



For 65 years recognized as the leading 
in Circulation and in influence on pu 
The Globe to-day^ is known the w( 
as Canada's National Newspaper, 
circulation has more than doubled in 
ten years, and its increased adver- 
tising patronage is proof of its 
continued popularit)^ 
and worth. 




SW^ORN CIRCULATION FOR YEAR 
ENDING DECEMBER 31st, 1908 



54,748 



JUSSm^SSiSSSmSIt 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



r* in Canada 
opinion. 



over 




Head Office: - TORONTO, CANADA 

BRANCH OFFICES: 

MONTREAL— J. C. Ross, Board of Trade Building. 

HAMILTON— J. P. McBride, Canada Life Building. 

WESTERN CANADA BRANCH— 210 Portage Ave., Winni- 
peg ; A. E. Boyle, Western Representative. 

LONDON, ONT.— John Mills, 398 Richmond Street. 

NEW YORK— Verree & Conklin, Inc., United States Rep- 
resentatives, Brunswick Building, Madison Square. 

CHICAGO— Verree & Conklin, Inc., Boyce Building. 

LONDON, ENG.— Thos. R. Clougher, Outer Temple, 
222-225 Strand, W.C, Cable Address: "TORON- 
GLO," LONDON. 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Mr. General Advertiser 



^ Unless your advertising proposition for this year includes The Evening 
Citizen, of Ottawa, you cannot properly "cover" the Dominion Capital. 

^ In the city of Ottawa fhere are approximately 10,000 homes in which 
the English language is spoken. 

^ The net paid daily average circulation of The Evening Citizen for 
1908 within the city of Ottawa was 8,434 copies per issue. 



THE 



^ In other words the sworn circulation statement of The 
Evening Citizen shows that that paper goes into prac- 
tically 85% of the English speaking homes of Ottawa. 



^ The total net average sworn circulation of The Evening Citizen for 
1908 was 12,412 copies per issue. 

^ These figures are important — especially the 8,434 showing how 
thoroughly The Evening Citizen covers the city of Ottawa. 

^ In advertising patronage of The Evening Citizen for 1908, the most 
significant and important feature was the fact that The Evening 

Citizen printed 114,170 agate lines 
of paid " Want Ads " more than 
did both of its contemporaries put 
together. The actual figures were : 
The Evening Citizen, 1,065,926 lines ; Free Press and Journal 
combined, 951,756 lines. 



EVENING 



^ This tremendous preponderance of the " Want " business, together 
with the sworn circulation figures, shows that The Evening Citizen 
is nearest the hearts of the people of Ottawa and therefore the best 
medium in this district for the general advertiser. 

For advertising rates apply to the 



CITIZEN 



OTTANA/A 

OAIMAOA 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



«3 



JEj La Presse 



LEADS IN 
PROVINCE 



MONTREAL, CANADA 

Sure Recipe for Successful Advertising 

1. Select the field where you want buyers. 

2. Decide how much you will spend to get the buyers in 

that field. 

3. Use the paper that most completely covers the field 

with a sworn circulation. 

4. Put all you have decided to spend into that paper and 

get lowest rates. 

5. Use in that paper the very best copy, even if it costs 

extra money to get it. 

Follow this Rale and Success is Assured 



No wise Canadian Advertiser can overlook the big French-Cana- 
dian field. 

There is but one daily paper that covers this French-Canadian field. 

LA PRESSE has done this for many years. 

The discriminating advertiser who uses LA PRESSE needs no 
other medium to reach French-Canadians anywhere. 



LA PRESSE has a Guaranteed Circnlation 
of 100,000 Daily 

Certified by best of local authorities and by the Association of 
American Advertisers of New York and Chicago. This condition is 
put into every advertising contract. 

The biggest English-Canadian Daily falls 33,000 below LA PRESSE 
average, and no other Canadian-French Daily averages 37 % of the 
circulation of LA PRESSE. 

LA PRESSE AGENCIES: 



LEADS IN 
CANADA 



TORONTO 

Traders' Bank Building 
LONDON, ENQ. 

11 Charing Cross Road 

QUEBEC 

70'A St. Joseph Street 



NEW YORK 

919 Brunswick Building, 
225 Fifth Ave. 

CHiCAQO 

87 Washington Street 



I LEADS ALL 
DAILIES 



A. McKiM, Limited, .\dvertising Agency, Montreal and Toronto 



I 



THE VANCOUVEK 



The only Vancouver Evening Paper v/h 



\T^ 



Cttxulation Guarantee 



^ 



Ii nuulrt la i curinlrt ratfitu tn 

ItiK fibbrrticrr'f jBlue Voak «( Ccrtttteb aiA ^uorantftb CirraUttontf 

u liibing lUorbrt rfcirf tuUttii to « ramplftt rxunnutun of iirtaUiian, ptrmtttinf 
■nrtarrutrt aict«s to tbt books «itb rnorbi of lO btparmimts lor a tl)orinign auiiti anb 
■Mlr«i. (ran ttt lupfr pnritiaub anb (onsunifb Uprorngti ttir I ' 
«i* iB riWMula •( bxtTibulion ib ttt' (uiat uft t(ui|Ki. 




Average Actus 

NOT CLAIMED, NOT ONI 



The Bluf Book li»ti and guamntetta puhlUM^gfn only apfracompU't 
and thcmughfxaminalian and. audit hus proved that tne publUhsr h.a» 
ttmd^ accural* itat^rmnt* of circulatif>n,aiul the rating which Ihii gj^tun 
ination insures provides a guarantee that 



proved by examination that the cireulalian records are kept with 
' "•- ---culation slated with such aceu racy that advertisers may rt 
rnlt of aam^ tnade by the publishers under the ownership 






The only Vancouver Evening Paper which 
carries the above Certifieate. 



1905 - 

1906 . 

1907 . 

1908 . 
December, 1 

cAdvertising Contracts made on the following guarantees :- 

1 That its net paid circulation exceeds the combined paid 
circulation of all other daily papers published in Van- 
couver and New Westminster. 

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. 

The People's Paper — The Province 

any other* V; 

Full information as to territory, trade and other statistics, 
detail of circulation, cheerfully supplied on application to 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



J5 



DAILY PROVINCE 

h Permits Verification of its Circulation 



Net Circulation 

SWORN TO, BUT PROVED 



y The Association of American 

Advertisers (New York City) has 

examined and certified to tbe circulation 
of -this publication. Only the figures of 
cironlation contained in its report are 
srnaranteed by the Associatioii. 



8,687 



The only Vancouver Paper which carries 
the Ass. of A. A. Certificate. 



- 13,846 

- 15,922 
)8 16,777 



3 That its net paid circulation is greater than that of any two 
other newspapers published in British Columbia. 

4 That it is the only evening newspaper printed in Vancouver 
that hasn't an advertising contract on its books that varies 
from its published rate card. 

Books open to all. Detailed statements sent on request. 

arries double the paid Want Ads of 
icouver paper. 

The Province, Vancouver, B.C. 



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



i6 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



THE GREATEST RESULT-PRODUCING MEDIUM 



IN 



Ottawa^ the Capital City of Canada 

the most profitable field in the Dominion for the gen- 
eral advertiser, by reason of the wealth of its people, is 

The Evening Journal 

The ciTcnlation of which is worth more per thousand to ;he advertiser than any other medium in Ottawa, because of 
the unusual purchasing power of its readers. 

,^A^' jj|. arirl These two essential factors in circulation in the success of an advertising campaign, are 

^•fUalliy allQ combined in the Journal, which, as the leading and most influential daily newspaper of 

Qitantltx/ Ottawa, thoroughly covers the prosperous, progressive and cultured classes, while its circulation 

UdllLliy is guaranteed and verified by the Association of American advertisers. 

CONVINCING PROOP OP SUPERIORITY 

The surest barometer to judge of the prestige of a newspaper as an advertising medium is the opinion which it 
.commands among local advertisers — those thoroughly familiar with the local newspaper situation. The Journal has more 
local advertisers than any other Ottawa newspaper. It's position in this regard is unique, as the following shows : 



Every Ottawa Department Store 
Every Ottawa Dry Goods Dealer 
Every Ottawa Grocer 
Every Ottawa Druggist 
Every Ottawa Hatter and Furrier 
Every Ottawa Boot and Shoe Dealer 
Every Ottawa Hardware Dealer 
Every Ottawa Baker and Confectioner 

who uses any newspaper space whatever 



USES 

THE 
EVENING 
JOURNAL 



Advertising concentrates where the best results are obtained, and the foregoing testimony of the leading merchants 
of Ottawa in proof of the Journal's supremacy is a safe criterion for the general advertiser who values a circulation offering: 
the maximum buying power, and less duplication than any other Ottawa paper. 

A Flal" The Journal is one of the few Canadian papers sufficiently sure of the paying quality of its adveitisine 

_ ' space to adopt a flat rate. This means that whether the space used be large or small the rate is the same, 

KdtC from 254^c. to 2jic. per Agate line, according to position — equitable to all without contract obligations. 



The Ottawa Valley Journal 



Scmi-Wcckly 



Combines the best features of the purely agricultural, live stock, dairy and poultry journal with a news service com- 
piled with a special view to meeting the requirements of rural readers. This medium, the circulation of which is sworn 
to, thoroughly covers the 

Most Prosperous and Progressive Rural Homes in Central Canada, 

including the Eastern Counties of Ontario, the Ottawa Valley and Western Quebec. Successive years of bountiful crops 
and prevailing high prices have rendered the farmers of this territory prosperous to a degree probably unequalled any- 
where in Canada. 

For complete inforination address 

THE JOURNAL PRINTING COMPANY, Ottawa, Canada 



Western Ontario Office 

J. B. Rathbone, 

Roomys, Aberdeen Chambers, 
43 Victoria Street, Toronto. 



BRANCH OfFICES 
New York Office 

LaCoste & Maxwell, 

Monolith Building, 
New York. 



Chicago Office 

I.AC0STE & Maxwell, 

Marquette Building, 
Chicago. ■ 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



•7 



Sherbrooke Daily Record! 




Covers thoroughly 
the whole Eastern Town- 
ships — the English rural dis- 
trict of Quebec Province 



"Watch Us Grow 



9f 



1898 


■ 2,379 


1902 


- 3,140 


1899 . 


. 2,720 


1903 


- 3,433 


1900 . 


■ 3,033 


1904 


- 4,917 


1901 


■ 3,065 


1905 


- 6,152 



1906 - 7,326 

1907 - 7,971 

1908 -8,223 



All Circulation Statements Sworn and Guaranteed 

THE DAILY RECORD publishes 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 2 79 towns and villages 
within a radius of 60 miles. It has over 160 correspondents who supply more 
news to the Daily Record than is given by all other papers published in the same 
territory. Its subscription price is $1.50 per annum. It is published in its own 
building, and has the latest and best machinery, type-setting machines and web 
presses. 



A. McKiM, Limited, Advertising A<jencv, Montreal and Toronto 



i8 



THE 



HERALD 



THE 

HERALD 

rNTHE 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 NeHs 
All The Time 

FOR 

All The People 

makes the 
Herald 
the 

PEOPLES' 
POPULAR 
PAPER 



pVISCUSSING this matter, 
'-^ Mayor Stewart, who 
had peculiar facilities 
In January for visiting the 
homes in this city during 
the municipal elections, 
said : My canvassers 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 
papers. I am satisfied that 
the Herald has several 
thousand more circulation 
in the homes of Hamilton 
than any of the other city 
publications. Ofthatthere 
cannot be the slightest 
doubt." 



Hamilton has a population of over 70,000, and will 
soon have 100,000. The Herald's Circulation is 
growing abreast of the times. 



THE BIRMIH 



HAM] 



INDEPENDEI 



LEAD 



SWORN 



new: 



THE HERALD PRINTING CO. LIMITED, ^^J?A^3 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



«9 



I OF CANADA' THE 



roN's 



PROGRESSIVE 



[G 



li^ ^ 



ULATION 



APER 



HERALD 



BOOKS OPEN 

The Herald has the Largest Honest 
Paid City Circulation having fully 2,000 
more than its 
nearest contem- 
porary. 



The H e r a 1 d 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 
surrounding 
country. 



A Good Word 
Prom New York 

J. G. Ham, New York City, 
the general manager of the 
wealthy millionaire com- 
pany that manufacture that 
popular family medicine 
Castoria, while discussing 
advertising matters In his 
office, 77 Murray Street, 
New York, last week with 
S. C. Berger, Philadelphia, 
manager advertising de- 
partment Public Ledger, 
and Herald representative, 
said: I considerthe Ham- 
ilton Herald the best even- 
ing newspaper published 
in the Dominion of Canada, 
and another thing I wish 
to say, that since I com- 
menced advertising Cas- 
toria In the 

HERALD 

my sales In Hamilton have 
doubled." 



DVCRTISING RATES 
ON APPLICATION 



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. 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



Maintains Its Lead 

The St. Thomas Times 

Daily and Weekly 

The circulation of both editions is large and of the best 
character. The Times never had so many satisfied readers, 
which means that advertisers will find it a responsive medium. 

The Daily Times covers St. Thomas and surrounding 
country like a blanket, while The Weekly Times has a 
thorough rural and general circulation. 

•Sivorn Statement of Circulation 

THE TIMES PRINTING CO. OF ST. THOMAS, Limited 

L. H. DINGMIAN, President and Manager 
St. Thomas, Ontario 



The Cornwall 
Standard 

Leading Paper of 
Eastern Ontario 

Leads in News. 
Leads in Influence. 
Leads in Popularity. 
Leads in Results to 

Advertisers. 

Circulation Statement and Rates 
furnished on application. 



Address 

The Cornwall Standard 

Cornwall, Ont. 



Canadian 
Cife and Resources 

Canada's Leading 
illustrated Paper 

A very valuable advertising 
medium with a large circulation. 
Covers Canada from Halifax to 
Vancouver, There is not a city 
or town in the Dominion in 
which the magazine is not sub- 
scribed for. 

For Advertising Rates apply 

HEAD OPFICE - MONTREAL 

or 43 VICTORIA STREET, TOflONTO 
or any Advertising Agency 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



The Go-ahead Paper in Winnipeg is 

TELEGRAM 



EVENING. MORNING and WEEKLY 

The sworn circulation of The Telegram shows a greater 
growth than any other newspaper in the field. 

Daily average ----- 27,000 
Farmers* Weekly Telegram average - 30,000 

In thousands of these homes no other Winnipeg paper is 
read. Advertisers recognize that it is not possible to 
cover the Canadian Northwest unless The Telegram is 
on their list. 

The population of Winnipeg is 128,000. It is the third 
largest city in Canada, with 20,000 hpmes. The Tele- 
gram is read in over 75% of these homes. 

The Farmers* Weekly Telegram carries more class 
advertising than any other home and farm Weekly in the 
Canadian Northwest. The strength of the paper is well 
illustrated in the phenomenal growth in circulation. 
Four years ago the circulation of the Weekly was under 
9,000. The net paid issue guaranteed for 1909 is 30,000. 
It is the largest farm Weekly in the west. 

Advertising rate Daily or Weekly, display, 4 cents a line. 



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



Watch us Grow ! 



The Winnipeg Ni 

Covers completely the Prov 
Alberta and Eastern pontic 

160 Weekl 



Place 



Prov. 



Paper 

Airdrie Alberta. . News 

Alameda Sask Dispatch 

Areola Sask Moose Mt. Star 

Areola Sask Times 

Asquith Sask Empire 

Balcarres Sask News 

Baldur Man Gazette 

Battleford Sask Sask. Herald 

Bawlf Alberta . Sun 



Belmont 



. . Man News 



Boissevain Man . Globe 

Boissevain Man Recorder 

Canora Sask Advertiser 

Carberry Man News 

Carberry Man Express 

Carievale Sask News 

Carman Man Standard 

Carnduff Sask Gazette 

Caron Sask Enterprise 

Carstairs Alberta . Journal 

Cartwright Man Review 

Claresholm Alberta . Review 

Coleman Alberta . Miner 

Craik Sask Weekly News 

Creelman Sask Gazette 

Crystal City Man Courier 

Crossfield Alberta . Chronicle 

Cupar Sask Herald 

Cypress River Man Western Prairie 

Dauphin Man Press 

Dauphin Man Herald 

Davidson Sask lyeader 

Delisle Sask Advocate 

Didsbury 
Dominion City . . 

Drinkwatei Sask. 

Dryden Ontario. . Observer 

Dundurn Sask Enterprise 

Earl Grey Sask Gazette 

Elgin Man Banner 

Elkhorn Man .... Mercury 



Alberta . Pioneer 
Man .... Echo 

Advance 



Place Prov. Paper 

Elkhorn Man Advocate 

Emerson Man Journal 

Esterhazy Sask Observer 

Estevan Sask Mercury 

Bstevan Sask Observer 

Fillmore Sask Press 

Fleming Sask Review 

Forget Sask. Mail 

Fort Francis Ontario. . Times 

Fort Saskatchewan . . Alberta . Reporter 

Francis Sask Gazette 

Gainsboro Sask Post 

Gilbert Plains Man Maple I,eaf 

Gladstone Man Age 

Goodlands Man Star 

Grand View Man Exponent 

Grenfell Sask Sun 

Greenwood B. C Ledge 

Guernsey Sask Standard 

Halbrite Sask News 

Hamiota Man Echo 

Hartney Man Star 

Heward Sask Chronicle 

Holland Man. 

Holmfield Man . 

Humboldt Sask. 

Indian Head Sask. 

Kamsack Sask. 

Keewatin Ontario . Enterprise 

Keewatin Ontario . Central Can. Ik' 

Killarney Man Guide I 

I<ang Sask Leader 

Lang : . . Sask. 

Lanigan Sask. 

Lashburn Sask. 

Lacombe Alberta . Advertiser 

Leduc Alberta . Repre.sentative 

Leraberg Sask Budget 

Lethbridge Alberta . Labor Bulletin 

Lumsden Sask News-Record 

MacGregor Man Herald 



Observer 

Press 

Journal 

Vidette 

Times 



Recorder 
Telegram 
Comet 



The Home Paper is the 
Paper People Read 



Toron 



1 75 McDermott A 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



23 



Over 150,000 Readers 

>paper Union List 

of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, 
British Colunfibia with its 

ewspapers : 



Place 



Prov. 



Paper 

»d Alberta . Advance 

m Sask Messenger 

r Sask Advocate 

i Creek Sask Signal 

irt Sask Moon 

rt Sask Carrot River Journal 

i . Man Enterprise 

i Man Progress 

He Sask Canadian 

i Man Herald 

>1 B. C Reporter 

e Sask Enterprise 

tone Sask Mail 

s Man Herald 

>min Sask World 

>min Sask Spectator 

en Man Empire 

:n Man Chronicle 

ach Sask News 

; B. C I.eader 

>n Alberta . News 

ika Man New Century 

I Man News 

mis Sask Times 

Battleford .... Sask News 

ood Man Press 

Alberta . Gazette 

w Sask Herald 

;on Sask Recorder 

Sask Advance 

>n Man Review 

Mound Man Sentinel 

er City Alberta . News 

er Creek Alberta . Echo 

lel B. C Cariboo Observer 

I^ke Sask Quill 

son Sask News 

' River Ontario . Gazette 

I City Man Reporter 

leell Man Record 



Place Prov. Paper 

Redvers Sask..... Observer 

Regina Sask West 

Rivers .... Man Gazette 

Roblin Man Messenger 

Rocanville Sask Record 

Roland Man News 

Rosebank Man News 

Rosthern Sask Enterprise 

Rouleau Sask Enterprise 

Russell Man Banner 

Selkirk Man Record 

Selkirk Man Expositor 

Shoal I<ake Man Star 

Souris Man. .. Plaindealer 

Stonewall Man Arg^us 

Stonewall Man Gazette 

Stoughton Sask Times 

Strassburg Sask Mountaineer 

Strathcona Alberta . Chronicle 

Swan lyake Man. . Echo 

Swan River Man Star 

Taber Alberta . Free Press 

Treheme Man. Times 

Vegreville Alberta . Observer 

Wabigoon Ontario . Star 

Wapella Sask Post 

Waskada Man .... Expositor 

Watrous Sask News 

Watson Sask Witness 

West Fort William . . Ontario . Enterprise 

Whitewood Sask. . . . Herald 

Wilcox Sask Courier 

Wilkie Sask. ... Press 

Windthorst Sask-.... Independent 

Winnipeg Man Mirror 

Winnipeg Man Voice 

Winnipeg Man Canadian Scotsman 

Wolseley Sask. .. News 

Yellow Grass Sask Journal 

Yorkton Sa.sk Times 



Fype Foundry Co., Limited 



INIPEG 



PROPRIETORS 



70 Yorit Street, TORONTO 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 





limiE. 



A riAGA2yNE^ FOR 
THE FARPI^j^i) HOME 

'WINNIPEG 




CANADA'S fARM MACHINERY MAGAZINE 

E. H. HEATH COMPANY, Limited - PUBLISHERS 



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



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 25 



Development and Expansion 

are based upon frequent repeat orders and the opening 
of new accounts. The field presenting this opportunity is 

undoubtedly Central Saskatchewan where 

The Daily Phoenix 

circulates. 
Along the new lines of the C.P.R., G.T.P. and C.N.R., it 
was the first to circulate and now presents an opportunity 
to wholesalers and manufacturers to demand the presence 
of salesmen by creating a demand for goods advertised. 
Superseding other dailies by reaching the entire district 
with a first hand telegraphic and news service twenty-four 
hours ahead of any other, it stands in the field a power 
in a prosperous country for the upbuilding of business. 

The Weekly Phoenix 

Circulates chiefly in the rich farming communities tributary 
to Saskatoon where development is rapid and growth of 
trade is of first importance to progressive mercantile houses. 

To appeal strongly to the trade and consumers 

alike no more effective medium 

can be chosen than 



The Phoenix - - Saskatoon 

DAILY and WEEKLY 

""' D^k rJ7"" '"" The Journal of 

WeSiy j 13^ cents a line, agate Central Saskatchewan 

See Sworn Circulation Statement on gazetteer pages ' 



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



26 




fftt^t 



LONDON 



The Field 



WESTERN ONTARIO is the richest section of the 
Dominion, and contains one-fifth of its total 
population. Grain and stock farming, dairying, 
fruit-growing and manufacturing flourish, and yield 
handsome returns. The buying power of the people is 
exceptional. 

^ London, with its population of 50,000, is the geo- 
graphical, railway, business and newspaper centre of 
Western Ontario, with its million and more inhabitants. 
^ Four great railway systems — the Canadian Pacific, 
Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pere Marquette — 
radiate from London, and bring the whole Western Penin- 
sula into close touch with the city. 54 passenger trains 
arrive and depart daily — more than to any other city in 
Canada. 

^ London is naturally the distributing and industrial 
centre for this rich territory. 

^ No advertiser who aims at general distribution of his 
product can afford to neglect such a field. 

THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY DAILY 
PUBLISHED IN ONTARIO OUTSIDE TORONTO 



THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



27 




ftM 



ONTARIO 



Covered by "The Free Press' 



THE FREE PRESS issues 3 Editions Daily :— 
MORNING, delivered in all the cities, towns and villages 
in Western Ontario. 
NOON, to all farmers and villages in the immediate 

vicinity of London. 
EVENING, among the working people of the city. 
^ All advertising is inserted in the 3 Editions. 
^ Total Circulation is now over 20,000 daily, distributed 
as follows : — 

^ In London, 8,000 — read in 80% of the city's homes. 
Over 3,000 in Middlesex County — 1,800 in Elgin — r,2oo 
in Lamb ton — -over 700 each in Huron and Kent — over 500 
each in Oxford, Perth and Waterloo — nearly 500 in 
Bruce — 300 in Essex — about loo each in Brant, Grey, 
Norfolk and York, and a smaller number in each of the 
other Western Ontario Counties. 
^ Nearly every man in London owns his own home. 
^ The Free Press covers its field more thoroughly than 
any other paper. 

SWORN CIRCULATION, -| q Q/JC 

ACTUAL AVERAGE FOR 1908 lUjU\}U 



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The (Natural Port 
of Canada 



QUEBEC 

AND TME 

CHRONICLE 



The Principal Paper 
In Quebec 



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Statement 



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by the Manager of the largest 

Advertising House In 

Quebec 

" We get better results from 

the 'Chronicle* than any other 

English paper." 

Another ! 

statement by a responsible 
Advertiser 
"Our Advertisement In the 
'Chronicle' brings us most sat- 
isfactory results." 



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The 






'Chronicle" stands by itself for 
Advertising Purposes 



Established 1764 

The only morning Paper in Quebec 

An excellent medium for 

satisfactory returns 

-„„„ .„„„„„„ „.„„ ^ 

♦ Write us for Rates ♦> : 



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GAINED 

In 1908, though a bad year for 

business generally. 
THE 

6alt Daily Kepomr 

SWORN CIRCULATION 

I 2025 



PUBLISHED IN A 

PROSPEROUS TOWN 

IN A 

VERY RICH DISTRICT 

lUcekly Reporter 

Founded In 1846 

JAFFRAY BROS.. Ltd. Publishers 



U/ye 



Haldimand 



Cayuga, Ont. cAdVOCate 

IS THE COUNTY PAPER FOR 
THE COUNTY OF HALDIMAND 

It goes into the homes of over 2,000 farmers 
of the County every week and being the 
home paper is eagerly looked for by the 
household. Advertising Rates, 8 cents per 
inch net. 

Also Publisher of 

Geo. Reeves. Pub. -^-^ '^''f.^^lt.'^o.r. 



ISha 



ESTABLISHED 1871 



Renfrew Mercury 

RENFREW, ONT. 

PUBLISHES more original matter than any 
other paper in the Ottawa Valley. All 
home print. Prog^ressive — first town paper 
in Ontario to instal Mergenthaler l,inotype. 
Clean in matter, and up-to-date in appearance. 
None but clean advertisements accepted. 
Reaches the solid people of Renfrew County. 
Advertising rates moderate for the service given. 

Subscription $1.25 a Year 

SMALLFIELD & SONS - - Publishers 



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The Western Home Monthly 



WINNIPEG, CANADA 



LITERARY AND HOUSEHOLD 

AN illustrated monthly magazine for the homes, 
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 


1908 


Month 






JANUARY - 


- 


- 35,654 


FEBRUARY 


- 


- 35,750 


MARCH 


- 


- 35,905 


APRIL - - 


- 


- 35,456 


MAY - - 


- 


- 35,375 


JUNE - - 


- 


- 35,500 


JULY - - 


- 


- 35,965 


AUGUST - 


- 


- 35,665 


SEPTEMBER 


- 


- 35,759 


OCTOBER - 


- 


- 35,962 


NOVEMBER 


- 


- 36,127 


DECEMBER 
Total - 


^ 


- 37,500 


430,618 


Average 


- 


- 35,884 



Advertising Rates: 



1000 or more lines to be used within 
one year, 1 cents per agate line. 

Less than 1 000 lines, 1 2c. per line. 

Size of page 10^ x 14 inches. 

Width of column 2}i; length 13 inches ; 
4 columns to page. 

Forms close 20th preceding month. 

Published I st of every month. 



Western Home Monthly 

Winnipeg, Canada 



ESTABLISHED 1899 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 







General Advertiser, 

Everywhere. 




Dear General, — Permit 
me to remind you that 
"If you would win your 
battles, you must work 
your bloomin' guns." 

In planning to capture 
Montreal and rich con- 
tiguous territory do not 
forget that The Montreal 
Daily Herald is one of 
the best and biggest guns 
that you can work, its 
range being wide, its aim 
accurate. 





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Ninety-eight years old, 
The Herald is the bright- 
est, most up-to-date and 
most vigorous of the 
Montreal English papers. 
Its sworn circulation of 
24,296 is practically 
local, covering Montreal, 
Quebec, and Eastern 
Ontario. Its constituency 
is exclusive, and is yours 
for a moderate consider- 
ation. You will find 
The Herald a weapon 
of precision. 

Yours to Command, 
The Advertiser's Ally. 



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The Presbyterian 



Incorporates : 

The Canada 
Presbyterian 

The 
Westminster 

The Presbyter 

The Western 
Presbyterian 

The 

Presbyterian 

Review 



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HOROUGHLY covers the Presbyterian Church 
in Canada. Its constituency ; its large circu- 
lation ; its attractive typographical appearance ; 
the high character of the advertisements in its 
columns — these are all factors that have gone to make 
The Presbyterian one of the most-sought-after and 
successful advertising mediums in Canada. 

" Subscribers taice the religious newspaper because 
it is a safe paper to bring home to the family. Such 
subscribers believe, and all advertisers know, that 
no worthy religious paper knowingly permits its read- 
ers to be defrauded by its advertisers. Anybody 
having honest wares to sell to honest customers will 
find a ready and good market through the columns of 
the religious press." — Profitable Advertising, Boston. 

For Rates Write : 

The Westminster Co., Limited 

Confederation Life Bldg. - TORONTO 



Nanaimo Free Press 

Established 1874 

The East and the West 
want to know of 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 

North of "Victoria the 
Beautiful," Nanaimo has the 
best Newspaper on the Island 
in the " Nanaimo Free Press." 

8 Pages. 
Every Evening and Semi-W^eekly 
Daily $5.00. SemLWeekly $1 .50. 

ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION 

NORRIS BROS. - Publishers 



St. Andrews 

Shiretown of Charlotte Co., New Brunswick 
— HOME OF — 

The Beacon 

WEEKLY R. E. ARMSTRONG 

-^^^^^^^— Publisher 

Brighc, newsy, progressive, well printed. 
A splendid advertising medium. Recognised 
as the Fisherman's Paper of New Brunswick. 



and 
District 



RADISSON 



affords an excellent field for advertisers. 

The News has absorbed all papers in 

the constituency. One price covers the 

whole field. 

The News for Sale 



Building and Planf^-good paying pro- 
position for a live man. Price $3,000, 



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FORT WILLIAM 

— A Synonym for Push, Vim, Energy. 30,000 people 
within a radius of six miles all pushing the wheel 
of progress. 

To talk to these progressive people every evening 
after the day's rush is over there is only one effective 
way^through the columns of 

ZU times 'Joumai 

(Covers Fort William like the Noon-day Sun) 

the paper which has kept pace with the growth of the 
city and has steadily piled up its circulation and gives 
a sworn statement. 

Fort William merchants are noted for their good 
advertising. They speak highly of the puUing-power 
of The Times-Journal as evidenced by the following 
letter from one of the largest advertisers in the city: — 

" Results from our advertising in The Times- Journal 
are without question productive of the best returns. 
We use its advertising columns liberally and find our 
appropriation well spent." — Rutledge & Jackson, Limited. 



For Rates, etc., address 



The Times-Journal, S?,«t mu*" 

The Superior Printing Co., Ltd., Publishers 



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Canabian Bictorial 



Enamelled Paper. Better Printing and Larger Circulation than any other 
Magazine in Canada. 

Presenting the news of the month pictorially and containing 
about 1,500 inches of finest copper etchings every month. 



Sworn Circulation 

For four months ending 
Feb. 1909, averaged 



OVER 



20,000 



Copies per Month 

and circulation fast 
increasing 



The CANADIAN PICTORIAL is a welcome monthly publication in Libraries, Reading 

Rooms, Doctors' and Dentists' Waiting Rooms and Canada's most cultured 

homes to-day. Besides annual subscriptions and dealers there are nearly 

a thousand boys selling it all over Canada. 

OVER FlfTY THOUSAND COPIES OE THE CARNIVAL ISSUE 

Display your fine screen picture advertisements 
to the best possible advantage 

The PICTORIAL PUBLISHING CO.. '42st. Peter st., MONTRFAI 



The Maple Leaf 

WcHcslcy, Ont. 

Issued every Thursday. 
Circulates through the rich 
districts of Wellesley, Wil- 
mot and North Easthope. 

H.W.KAUFMAN, Ed. & Prop. 



The 

Port Dover Herald 

is a Progressive Up-to-Date Weekly. 

It has 250 circulation and 

is growing rapidly. 

$1.00 per year in advance. 

Advertising rates sent on request. 

PORT DOVER HERALD, 

Port Dover, Ont. 



The Pioneer """'■ '"""" 



Circulation 6,000 

* **C 1 ai IIICI Circulation 5,200 

The Pioneer is the organ of the Liberal 
Party in Prince County. 
The Island Farmer's circulation is 
almost vs'holly advanced Farmers and 
Breeders, and decidedly the best Adver- 
tising medium in the Province. 



The Pioneer 
Publishing Co. 



Summerside, P.E. 
Canada 



The Trail News 

- TRAIL, B.C. 

Trail has the largest smelter in Canada, 
one of the largest concentrators in Canada, 
and a large refinery turning out pure gold, 
silver, lead and copper sulphate. 

The News circulate^ among a class of highly 
paid employees, receiving $100,000 per month 

Proprietor 



W. K. ESUNG 



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/■^•^ ^ T and Eastern 

Ine News iz^^ 

Established Largest, best and most widely circulated suburban 

1848 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 Enterprise 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 acorn to an oak, slowly but steadily, till it is to-day 
recognized throughout the Dominion as tne best suburban weekly newspaper published 
within its borders, f Seven editions of THE NEWS are published. These seven editions 
are not simply reprints of The News and Eastern Townships Advocate with a different head- 
ing 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. 

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. H Then 
take the class of people that these newspapers circulate amongst — the well-to-do and most 
cultured inhabitants of the country — the kind that advertisers want to reach and the kind it 
pays to reach, f Seven papers circulated amongst upward^ of 250,000 people, 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. 

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 inch.) 

The above rates include insertion of advertisements in the list of 7 papers. 

TRANSIENT OR LEGAL ADVERTISING 

For The News and Eastern Townships Advocate — 10 cents per line for first insertion, 
and 3 cents for each subseqi;ent insertion. For any of the other editions — 8 cents per 
line for first, and 2 cents for each subsequent insertion. 

Local Rkading Notices — 25 cents per count line, each insertion. 

BOOKS OPEN TO ADVERTISERS 

Head Office: Montreal Office: E. R. SMITH dk SON 

ST. JOHNS, P. Q. 13 St. John Street publishers 

Tel. Main 637 



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THE POST BU LD NG 



The Evening Post 



Established 1893 



The Weekly Post 

Establishea 1852 



WILSON & WILSON, 

Lindsay - - Ont. 



Canadiscbcr 

Bauernfreund 

I'he Oldest German News- 
paper published in Canada 

Established in 1850 

A twelve page, seven column 
weekly newspaper, with a cir- 
culation in every German settle- 
ment in Ontario. The best 
advertising medium among the 
Germans of the Province of 
Ontario. 

Published every Thursday 
Morning 

Circulation 2,684 

A. WEIDENHAMMER { 

Editor and Proprietor \ 



The 
District Ledger 



The Official Organ of 

Dist. No. 18 U.M.W. of A. 

Best Published Weekly 
in Canada 

The People s Friend 



W. S. STANLEY, 



Manager. 



Fernie - - - B.C. 



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A Record 
Extraordinary 

^ When a newspaper which started publication 
April 29th, 1907, is admitted by everybody to 
have firmly established itself and to be a great 
popular success within less than twenty months, 
there must be a good reason for it. ^ The 
reason is to be found in the fact that 

The Calgary Daily News 

has struck the popular chord. That means 
a. great deal. It means that it is a live, well- 
edited, up-to-date Newspaper and withal clean 
and self-respecting. ^ Practically every adver- 
tiser in Calgary uses it and gets results. 

WHY NOT YOU ? 

• Write about the latest retums from the 
Western ad fields to 

The Daily News, Calgary, Alta. 



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The oldest newspaper in 

Canada is The Gazette — 

established 1778. 



Cbe Gazette 

MONTREAL 



The only English Morning 

Daily in Montreal is 

"The Gazette. 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 39 

THE TORONTO 

DAILY STAR 

Has a greater circulation than 
any other papgr published in 
the Province of Ontario :-: :-: 



The Star carries more advertising and gives a greater 
amount of publicity for a less amount of money than any 
other paper published in Ontario. Circulation books 
open at all times, and fullest investigation accorded. 

Sworn Circulation CC AQO 
for the year 1908 OxJylJOVJ 

DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS: 

35,516 within the city limits. 
21,164 outside the city limits. 

The Star covers Toronto and vicinity more thoroughly 
than any other paper published in Toronto. The Star s 
large circulation is the outcome of a steady and solid 
growth and is not of a fictitious or spasmodic nature. 

Your campaign will be a success in Toronto it 
The Star is on your list. 



WRITE FOR ADVERTISING RATES 



Star Printing and Publishing Co. 

18-20 King Street West 

J. E. ATKINSON, Managing Director TORONTO 



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MOTOR MAGAZINE 

of Canada 

Successor to "THE CANADIAN MOTOR" 

IS READ BY PRACTICALLY 

Every person in Canada who owns an 
Automobile or Motor Boat. 

As an Advertising Medium for Auto- 
mobiles, Motor Boats, Marine Engines and 
Motor Accessories it has no superior. 

Advertising Rate Cards and sample copies sent on application 



'W. J. Taylor 

PublisHer 



5 King Street M^est 

TORONTO, Ont. 



The 



Carlton Sentinel 

New Branswick's Oldest Newspaper 
Established 1837 



Everybody Reads It 

The Pioneer Pay-in-Advance Paper in 
the Province 

WE HAVE NO DEAD-HEADS 

The Best Advertising Medium north of 
St. John 

See our Sworn Circulation Rating 



Published at 

Woodstock - 



N.B. 



- — tTbe — 

IRew Jfreeman 

ST. JOHN, N.B. 

Published weekly by The New 
Freeman Publishing Co., Ltd. 
The Official Catholic Paper 
of the Diocese of St. John, 
N.B. An eight page six column 
paper printed on good paper 
with best type. 

It is an excellent advertising 
medium, as it is also the official 
organ of several Catholic Socie- 
ties and is on file in all their 
meeting rooms. 

CIRCULATION INCREASED ONE THOU^ 
SAND IN PAST YEAR 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 41 



Fifty-First Year 

Saint John 
Globe 

From every point of view an ideal 
newspaper. 

Devoted to the best interests of 
St. John and reflecting only such of 
the world's news as may be read 
aloud in the Home. 

Patronized by the best class of 
advertisers. 

The Rates are Reasonable and 
Right. 

The Saint John Globe Publishinsr 
~ Co., Limited ~ 

ST. JOHN, New Brunswick 



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THE NEWSPAPERS COVERING 
CENTRAL NOVA SCOTIA 

A constituency of well-to-do and 
prosperous people, are : 



TKe Truro 
Daily Ne^rs 

Eight pages, $3.00 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, $1.00 a year, regularly 

the largest paper in the 

Province. 

S^vorn Circulation, f>,500 



An opportunity to quote rates on all advertising to be placed in 
Nova Scotia Papers is solicited. Affidavit of circulation of copies 
of papers, etc., gladly furnished, and mailing lists open to adver- 
tisers for investigation. ^ Job Printing Office in connection with 
papers, from which high class printing and calendars are turned 
out for all parts of the Maritime Provinces. 

News Publishing Co. Ltd. 39 Prince Street, TRURO, N.S. 



^••"•••••.•••••.••••"•^••••"••••-••••"•••••••"•••••••"•••••••"••^ <$>'«~»"»»'»~*~«-<- . 



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The Eganvillc 
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 increasing 

A Valuable Advertising Medium 
for the whole of Eastern Ontario 

P. McHUGH - Proprietor 



I Chronicle- 
I Telegraph 



6/^0 



WATERLOO 



ONT. 



A Weekly Publication 



The • { 

Best Advertising Medium | 
in the County of Waterloo. | 



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Circulation over 3,000 



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K'A Herbert Vdnderhoof/^ 



Vandcrhoof-Gunn 
Company, Limited 

WINNIPEG 



Art 
Contributors 

F. DeForrest Schook 

H. B. Lachman 

Harrison Fisher 

Va-Tier L. Barnes 

M. B. Aleshire 

Arthur William Brown 

Florence Pretz 

Frederick Noteware 

Howard Giles 

F. D. Schwalm 

Gustavus Widney 

Hugh Stewart Campbell 

C. H. Drogkamp 

and others. 



Literary 
Contributors 

Emerson Hough 

Arthur Stringer 

Agnes Deans Cameron 

William Hard 

Cy Warman 

Jeanette Cooper 

Forrest Crissey 

Ernest Thompson Seton 

Nellie McClung 

Elliott Flower 

Lawrence J. Burpee 

Sara Hamilton Birchall 

Mae Harris Anson 

William Whyte 

W. 0. LeSueur 

D. B. Hanna 

S. E. KIser 

Edwin Balmer 

Shailer Matthews 

W. H. P. Jarvis 

Jessie Beckton 

Dr. William Long 

W. A. Fraser 

Wilbur D. Nesbit 

and others. 



^ A new era in Canadian literature and 
art has been given Canada by "Canada- 
West," the only first-rank publication 
between the Great Lakes and the Pacific 
Coast. 

^ During 1908 our editorial text and 
special articles were more widely copied 
and commented upon than those of any 
other Dominion publication. 

^ "Canada Fakers" by Arthur Stringer, 
created a furore; Emerson Hough's 
"Sowing" moulded public opinion anew 
on colonization ; Earl Grey congratulated 
us on "The Plains of Abraham"; S. E. 
Riser's poetry won President Roosevelt's 
commendation; "Letters of a Remittance 
Man" sold out its first Canadian edition 
in six weeks ; and so the story runs from 
victory unto victory. 

^ We are on the art market all the time 
for the best subjects in color or black-and- 
white and have set new standards for 
Canadian cover designs, frontispieces and 
illustrative work. 

^ Write us about "Canada- West." Sworn 
circulation statements, advertising rate 
cards, and our house organ, "Hot Shots 
from Gunn," sent to anyone anywhere on 
request. 

^ No "free," fake medicine, electric belt, 
cheap mail order, or other unreliable 
advertisements accepted. 



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E-VEN I NG 

Eight pages, 24 x 17 
daily; 16, 20 and 32 
pages on Saturdays 

Subscription - $3.00 



Illustrated 
Liberal 

Established 
1880 



'WEEKLY 

Twelve and Sixteen 
pages, 24 X 17 



Subscription 



$1.00 



Le Soleil 

QUEIBEIO 

Sworn Circulation Daily, 1 7,200 

(Certificate of American Advertisers' Association) 

The Soleil Publishing Co, 



EVERY 
FRIDAY 



Sombra 

Outlook 



Subscription 
$1.00 



The best advertising medium in 

the district. 
" The People's Popular Paper." 

R. SANDERS, Proprietor 



Carleton Place 
Herald 



ESTABLISHED 
1850 



8 pages, 48 columns. All 
Home Print. Subscription 
$I.00in Canada, $1.50 to 
United States. 



W. H. and S. J. ALLEN 



Proprietors 



Cbe Oraitdeoille Banner 

is the paper for advertisers to use 
if they want to reach the people of 
Dufferin and Peel. 

Sworn Circulation Now 1,995 

Eight pages of seven columns each, 
all home printed. Rates are low 
when value is considered. 

McGUIRE and McKITRICK - Publishers 
ORANGEVILLE - ONTARIO 



Cbe Swift Current Sun 

is the only paper published in the 
provincial constituency of Swift 
Current, consisting of 5,400 square 
miles. 13,000 settlers coming this 
spring. They will be " Sun " sub- 
scribers within a year. 

The Sun Printing & Pub. Co., Ltd. 
SWirr CURRENT, Sask. 



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The West is a Country 
of Surprises 

But nothing causes more comment 
among those who become acquamted 
with conditions m Alberta than the 
lact that so new a Province supports 
a weekly political, nnancial 
and social review of the 
character and standing of 



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THE SATURDAY NEWS 



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^ Established in 1905, it lias made for itself a 
position of widespread influence. No Canadian 
publication carries more weight with its readers or 
is a more welcome visitor to their homes. 
^ An advertisement in its columns has as fine an 
appearance as in any magazine on the continent. 
^ The Saturday News is not scanned lightly and 
thrown aside as an ordinary newspaper, but by nine 
out of ten of its readers, who represent th^ most 
substantial people in the province, it is read care- 
fully from cover to cover. 

^[ With such a medium there is no question 
whether advertising pays. 




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Edmonton, Alta. I 



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Every 
Advertiser 



in 



Rod 



and 



Advertising 
Rates and 
Sample Copies 
on application 



18,000 SPORTSMEN 

spending on an average of $100 each 
would mean an expenditure of 

$1,800,000 a year 

Gun in Canada 

is furnished with a sworn statement that 



the circulation exceeds 



ISyOOO copies per month 

and has the privilege of examining the 
circulation Books and Records. 

W. J. TAYLOR, Publisher 

5 King street West TORONTO, Ont. 



The 
Sedgewick Sentinel 

Published every Thursday 
$1.00 per year 



CIRCULATION 300 



One of the most neatly printed 
papers in the Province of Alberta, and 
circulated among a prosperous com- 
munity of settlers. 



A. J. HONEY, Editor and Prop. 
SEDGEWICK, ALBERTA 



^^^ Temiskaming 



Herald 



New Liskeard 



The oldest and best read local paper, 
with the largest circulation in the 
Cobalt, Gowganda Lake, Lardeau 
Lake and Clay Belt farming districts. 
All home print and home set, and 
full of mining, district and local news. 



A. W. ROEBUCK 



Editor 



The Jarvis Record 

Established 1878 JarviS, Ont. 

Independent in politics, reaches all classes. 
It carries the advertiser's announcement into 
the best homes of the large and populous 
county of Haldimand. The Record has a 
large and growing circjilation. 

Subsopiption $1.00 per year 
Write for rates r- in advance 

MRS. J. W. RODGERS - Proprietress 



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THE CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 47 

The Man Who 

Is Building Up Alberta 

is the man who has made the 
area under crop in the province to-day 
six times what it was in 1901. It is 
the farmer who is reaping the princi- 
pal benefit of the development that 
has been going on and no live adver- 
tiser will fail to take advantage of an 
opportunity to get in touch with him. 

Ii The Alberta 
p Homestead 

reaches the substantial farmers in all 
parts of Alberta. It is their spokes- 
man and when you see a man from 
the country take his mail out of the 
post office it is always the Homestead 
he looks at first. 

An advertisement in its columns is 
certain to receive careful attention. 

THE ALBERTA HOMESTEAD 

39 Howard St. Edmonton, Alta. 



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Farmers in 

Ontario 
Have Money 

The figures below from the 
yearly report of the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture clearly 
demonstrate that the Ontario 
farmer is the "King Pin" of 
Canadian farmers. Being a 
typical general farmer makes 
him a buyer in many lines 
and he has the money to pay 
for what he requires. 



$236,098,363 
For Ontario Farmers 



Horses sold 64,761 
Cattle " 741,476 
Sheep " 574,416 
Swine " 2,222,758 
Poultry " 3,473,708 



Value $ 7,851,480 

27,205,105 

2,596,429 

22,501,028 

1,374,246 



Total Value of Stock Sold $ 61,528,288 
Market value for field crops 144,570,075 
Market value of dairy 

products over 30,000,000 



Making a total of 



$236,098,363 



The Weekly Sun, the busi- 
ness paper of the Ontario 
farmer, goes each week into 
over 16,000 prosperous farm 
homes. A trial will convince 
you that readers of the Sun 
are prosperous and have 
money to spend. The Sun 
can help you get business. 

The Weekly Sun 

5^-61 John Street 

Toronto - Ontario 

Eighteenth Year 



Noncton's Greatest 
Newspaper 

The newspaper that 
Proves a circulation 
gain of 91 per cent 

last year — a dull busi- 
ness year — is the paper the discrim- 
inating advertiser wants to get into 
and stand by. fl That paper is The 
Moncton, New Brunswick, Daily 
Times. ^Circulation over 3,000 
every day — the largest of any daily 
paper in the province (outside St. 
John.) ^Circulation Records open 
to all. Advertising 
rates and particulars 
cheerfully furnishedby 
any advertising agency 
in Canada or United 
THE States. :-: :-: :-: 

Daily Times 



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I In Sarnia 

^ For fifty years 

The Canadian 

has been the lead- 
ing paper in the 
district in News, 
Circulation and 
Advertising 
Patronage. 



Every Wednesday Morning 

Sarnia Canadian Printing 
Company, Limited 



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Our New Home 

The Most Handsome 

Modern Fireproof 

Newspaper Building 

in Canada 

22,000 feet of floor 
space entirely occu- 
pied by one business 

The Telegraph 

is easily the foremost 
paper in its field. No 
other English paper in 
the province, outside 
Montreal, equals it in 
circulation. 



The daily average for the year ending December 
31st, 1 908, was 1 0,000, and it is rapidly increasing 

The Telegraph is the only Quebec English Newspaper which 
opened its books for inspection to the American Association 
of Advertisers. 

The Telegraph is a clean, progressive paper, full of news, 
independent, influential — the kind of a Daily that is read by 
the progressive, ready-money people. 

The rates are very low in proportion to quality and quantity 
of circulation, and the advertiser who wants to reach the buyers 
of Quebec will find the Telegraph a most profitable medium. 

Of QUEBEC 



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Cbe £aiiiro$e mail 



A Live Newspaper in an ambitious and 
well-to-do community. 

Non-Partizan — a Paper for all the people. 

Because it has the largest sworn circulation 

of any weekly in the West, it is largely 

used by advertisers. 



THE MAIL PUBLISHING CO. 

CAMROSE, SUNNY ALBERTA 



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is a veritable bee-hive of indus- 
tries and has ti population of 
6,000. 

Daily News 

Is THE family newspaper and 
the recognized town adver- 
tising medium among all the 
business men. Cumberland 
County has a population of 
45,000 ; is one of the largest coal 
mining centres, and rich in its 
agricultural pursuits. The News 
and Sentinel is the county 
advertising medium, having a 
circulation 1 a rg e r than any 
other two papers in the field 
combined. 



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AYI«M£R, 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 large 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. 

12 PAGES WEEKLY 

Your patronage solicited 

D. H. PRICE, Proprietor 



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Fort William 



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q The twin cities' biggest, brightest aud best newspaper. fl The only 
Morning paper in the two cities, it covers them and the surrounding 
district thoroughly. fl One of the best telegraphic services in Western 
Canada. Private wire in the oflSces. fl The growth during the past year 
has been phenomenal. Just moved into new and up-to-date oflSces. 
^ The paper that is keeping pace with 
the rapid growth of Fort William. 
Q As an advertising medium it is un- 
equalled. Rates and all information on 
application. 

North Street - Fort William 



New Building 
New Presses 
New Equipment 



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Cc Cemps 



The only 
French Daily 
Newspaper 
in Ontatio 



HALF the total population 
of Ottawa, Hull and ten 
miles around is FRENCH. 

Do advertisers see 
the point ? 

Cc Cemps Printing Company 

OTTA'WA. 



2 Cotton's Weekly ' 



The Atliens, Ont. 

Repor te r 

A THENS is the chief educational centre 

•^*- of IvCeds County, outside the county 

town, and the stua'-nls at the high and 

model school have helped extend the 

Reporter's circulation throughout the 

whole county. You are invited to 

test it as an advertising 

medium. 

Q. F. DONNELLY - Publisher 



Formerly "THE OBSERVER" 

WM. U. COTTON. B.A.. B.C.L., Editor 

aw E E K LY publication 
> devoted to the interests of 
the plain people, and known as 
a fearless, independent expo- 
nent of matters affecting the 
public welfare. Published for 
the broad field of Canada in 
general, and the Eastern 
Townships in particular. 
Issued every Thursday, and 
finely printed on superipr paper. 



Subscription 
$1.00 a year 



In Clubs o{ two or 
more 50 cents each 



« Sworn Circulation 2,000 

^ RAPIDLY INCREASING 

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The Hanley Herald 

Hanley, Saskatchewan 



A six page paper, all home print. 
Subscription $i.oo per annum. 
Politics Liberal. 



Circulation 
800 per week 



ADVERTISING Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. 

RATES Classified Advertisements, 25 cents per insertion. 
Local Advertisements, 50 cents per insertion. 
Contract rates for plate or set matter given on application. 

Published every Friday by J CRUIKSHANK 

Auctioneer, Notary Public, Conveyancer, and Appraiser, also Manager of 
The Outlook Printing Company, Outlook, Sask., publishers of the Observer. 
Surrounding towns served by these two papers are : — Kenaston, Tugaski, 
Hawarden, Glenside, Broderick, Westhope, Zealandia, Milden, Zelma, 
Tessier, Glenhurst, Hanley and Outlook, Strongfields and Elbow. 



Bear River 

— News — 



A Weekly Newspaper 
largely circulated in 
lumbering and agricul- 
tural districts of Anna- 
polis and Digby 
Counties. 

A SPLENDID ADVERTISING 
MEDIUM. 

Published every Saturday at 
BEAR RIVER, N.S. 



G. I. BROOKS. 



EDITOR AND MANAGER 



Gravenhurst 
Banner 

Muskoka's Leading 
Advertising Medium 



Established 
1876 



D. J. GRANT 



Editor and Prop. 



The Barrie 
EstabHshed Examlner 

goes into the best homes and reaches 
more people in Barrie and District 
than any^ other paper. 
Both in quality and quantity The Exam- 
iner circulation leads. Advertising 
rates on application. 

J A. MacLAREN,^Editor and Prop. 



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HAMILTON 

NEWSPAPER UNION LIST 

Comprising 

80 First-Class Weekly Papers 

Sworn Circulation for 1908, 2,970,692 
Weekly Average - - - 57,128 

This List is used by nnany of the largest advertisers in Canada 
and the United States. For Rates and List address 

HAMILTON NEWSPAPER UNION 
Hamilton - - - - Canada 






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Silver City News 

is a live paper with a growing circulation. 
It is distributed througiiout Haileybury, 
Cobalt and the mining district generally. 
For food supplies, clothing, etc., there 
is no better advertising medium. It has 
a large local patronage and appeals 
strongly to general advertisers. 

Rate card and sample HaifovhiirV 
copy on application 1 lalHiJWUl 7 



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o^ Established 1882 

Beeton World 

A paper that is circulated chiefly 

among farmers and covers a large 

territory in South Simcoe. 

All home print. 

Guaranteed Circulation over 1600. 



Subscription list 
always open for 
inspection. 



W. H. DAVIS 

PROPRIETOR 



EDMONTON 

The Capital of ALBERTA 

is the coming City of West- 
ern Canada, with a popula- 
tion of 22,000 in 1908. 

I2£ GREAT 
^ WEST 

is an Agricultural paper de- 
voted to the interests of 
scientific farming. Official 
organ of the Canadian Soci- 
ety of EUjuity, an organiza- 
tion of farmers in Alberta 
with a membership of over 
3000. 

This publication reaches a 
great many farmers in Al- 
berta, and is the best adver- 
tising medium for farm im- 
plements, etc., in the West. 



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Good Results 

are sure to follow advertisements 
in 

The Herald 

FREDERICTON, N.B. 

The Daily Herald 

8 pages 6 columns, is read in 
nearly every home in Fredericton, 
circulation 900 (sworn). 

The Twice-a-Week Herald 

is the Farmers' paper of Central 
New Brunswick, circulation 
1500 (sworn). 



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F you place your advertisement 
in our papers you will have it 
in the only publications that 
thoroughly cover our parti- 
cular corner of the rich Niagara 
peninsula. ^ And our papers are so 
attractively gotten up that the people 
read them all, including the "ads". 
fl Reasonable rates covering the three 
editions. Write us. 



The Herald Printing 

and Publishing Co., Limited 

W. K. C. PARLEE, Manager 



Review Printing Co. 



PUBLISHERS OF 

The Bridgeburg Review 
The Fort Erie Times 
The Ridgeway Herald 

E. W. JOHNSTON, Jr., Manager 

N.B. — We are also producets of printing in big 
editions. If you Jiave a " long. ran " of booklets 
or circulars, write us for prices. 



Tlie TRIBUNE 

A non-political weekly pub- 
lished each Friday morning at 

DKSERONTO 

reaches a desirable clientele and 
consequently is a good medium 
for publicity purposes. 



lis WatcHman 

CHARLOTTETOAVN 

The Standard weekly newspaper of 
Prince Edward Island. It circulates 
widely among importers, producers 
and consumers. Has no superior as 
an ad V ert i si n g medium. Rates 
furnished promptly if advertisers 
send specimens of advertising they 
desire. 

IVatchman Pub. Co. * Props. 



THe Clinton 
New £.ra 



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goes into the best homes 
in its district and is re- 
garded by local business 
men as covering well all 
its territory. 



Robt. Holmes 



Publisher 



L'Industriel 

of Shawinigan Falls 

established in 1901, is the only newspaper pub- 
lished between Quebec and Jolietteon the C.N.Q. 
Railway. This is the only advertising medium 
for the District of Three Rivers. With a specia 1 
subscription of 50 cents, instead of |i.oo, 
for the town, the local circulation will 
reach 500 copies weekly in the 
town of Shawinigan Falls. 

The Shawinigan Printing Co., Publishers 
J. W. L. rORGET, Manager 



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London, Ont 



Published 
Weekly 



Subscfiption 
$2.00 



The Catholic Record has a Sworn Circulation of 1 9,800, going into the 

best Catholic homes in every Province in the Dominion. 

The Catholic Record circulation reference booklet tells just where these 

19,800 copies go — province by province — post office by post office. 

The circulation by provinces totals thus : 

Ontario - 11,186 Nova Scotia - 2,532 

Quebec - 890 P.E.I. - 1,275 

New Brunswick 1,316 N. W. Provinces 1,016 

Newfoundland and Foreign - 1,579 

Wouldn't a circulation of this high class — distributed in this way — sworn 
and guaranteed — suit your proposition ? 



Write for Circulation Reference 
Booklet and Rates. 



THOMAS COFFEY 

PROPRIETOR AND PUBLISHER 



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Durham Review 

DURHAM, ONT. 

Being a live, local journal, with a high-class cir- 
culation in the town and in the best rural homes 
of the South Riding of Grey, it offers a most 
lucrative field for the prospective advertiser. Rates 
very moderate. Subscription price, 
$ 1 .00 per year in advance. 

C. RAMAGE & SON ■ ■ Publishers 



The Golden Times 

Published in the Rich Mining, Lumbering and 
Ranching district of East Kootenay. 



A First Class Medium 
for Advertisers 



Published every 
Wednesday at 
Golden, B.C. 



Contracts may be placed through A. McKim, 
Limited, Advertising Agents, Montreal. 

T. H. CONNER • Editor and Proprietor 



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I in the Annapolis Valley 
t last year. A proportion 
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ANNAPOLIS 
ROYAL 



Spectator 1 



T. M. SEELEY 

Editor and Proprietor 



Annapolis Royal 



Nova Scotia 



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The Signal 

GODERICH, ONTARIO 



The popular paper of Huron 
county, covering one of the 
best districts of Western 
Ontario. ^ Carefully edited, 
well printed, and constantly 
increasing in circulation. 
Tl Easily the best advertising 
medium in the district. 
^ Mailing lists open to in- 
spection of advertisers. 

VANATTER & ROBERTSON 

Established 1848 PUBLISHERS 



Zhe Canabian 
Baptist 

Toronto, Canada 

Has a Large Circulation 

amongst the 125,000 

Baptists of Canada. 

Advertising Rates 
on application. 



R. D. Warren, Manager 



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THE REASON WHY 
THE 

Maritime 

Mercliant 

is the best read trade journal 
in Canada, is because of its 
brightness and freshness. 
Published Everybody likes the Maritime 
at Merchant. 

MAL-IF-AX. M.S. 



The Elmira 
Advertiser 



ELMIRA, 

Ontario 



Is read in every house in Enterprising 
Eimira," and in every surrounding farm- 
house (with very few exceptions in each 
case). Circuiation of excellent quality. 



Growing in circulation 
and popularity. 



Published twice 
each week. 



WRITE FOR SAMPLE 



C. W. SCHIERHOLTZ, Proprietor 



Cbc Prairie news 

GOVAN, SASK. 

has a better and larger circulation 

than any other paper in the famous 

Last Mountain Valley. 

Sam. J. Latta, Editor and Proprietor 



Smiths Falls 

A manufacturing town and 
divisional point on the C.P.R. 
Population 6000. 

U/ye RECORD 

is the leading paper of the 
town and the largest— the only 
8 page twice-a-week paper in 
the district. ^ 

G. F. McKIMM, PublisHer 



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Daily and 
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Woodstock Express 



The 

Woodstock 
Express 
Printing 
Co., Limited 



ONE OF THE BEvST PAPERS IN 
THE BEST COUNTY IN ONTARIO 
—THE RICH AGRICULTURAL 
COUNTY OP OXFORD :-: :-: :-: 



^WoodstocK 



Ontario 



Established 1874 



8 pages, iiize 18 x 24 



Cbe Ccamington Post 

The Tobacco Growers' Journal 

'T^HK only newspaper in Canada that makes 
-'- a specialty of tobacco news. It is published 
in the heart of the Tobacco and Fruit Belt 
of Ontario, and has a large circulation amongst 
the growers of tobacco, early vegetables and 
fruit. It is the only Conservative newspaper in 
South Essex. Sample copy sent to any address 
on application. 



Post Printing Co. 



Ccatnitidton 



Ontario 



The Tillsonburg Observer 




JOHN LAW & CO. 

TILLSONBURG, ONT. 



Circulates in 
three rich 
Counties in 
Western 
Ontario. 

No better 
advertising 

field 
in Canada. 



Positively the best advertising medium 
in Eastern Nova Scotia is 

The Eastern Chronicle 

WHY? 

Its independent and fearless 
treatment of public affairs en- 
sures its being widely read. 
It is the leading paper pub- 
lished in the largest industrial 
centre of the Province, proper. 
It enjoys a splendid circu- 
lation among the thinking and 
buying people. It has an 
established reputation, being 
now in its sixty-third year. 

NEW GLASGOW, N.S. 



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BEAVER 

Napanee, 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'iarming country 

around it you must use 

" The Beaver. 

Write for Rates 

TEMPLETON & SON - Proprietors 



1^^^^^^ ^[^^ ^°"S ^So a Fort 
^^^^F ^ William advertiser, 

without being solicited, 
II J closed an advertising 

u6rC S contract with the Port 
. Arthur Daily News. 

A fl The advertiser volun- 

teered the information 
IvAAil that he had canvassed 

\lvUU ^jjg district surrounding 

A J the cities of Fort Wil- 

Au« liam and Port Arthur 

and had found, as a 
result, that the circulation of the News 
was as great in some sections, and 
greater in others, than the combined 
circulation of any two 
P^|,X of its competitors. 

lUl I Q Various sworn state- 

« i« ments of ci rculation 

Arilinr failed to secure this 
-^ ,^ contract. 

llfllly It was landed through 

J the agency of an adver- 

NpW5 tiser's unsolicited 

ilvTrS personal investigation. 



Cbe manor Advocate 

manor, Saskatchewan 

You should use the advertising columns of 
The Manor Advocate, because v/e win our 
readers' attention to them. We realize 
that every ad-reader and answerer is a 
valuable asset, as he increases the value 
of our advertising space — and we en- 
courage him. We endeavor to make the 
advertisements accomplish what they are 
put in the paper foi — to draw trade. 

Hcaa mccklv by Over 2000 People 



Tillsonbur^ 
Liberal f- e. aldro 

PUBLISHER 

The best advertising medium in 
the rich South Oxford District. 
G'uaranteed Circulation 1,200. 
Subscription list open to inspec- 
tion. Rates on application. 

TILLSONBUIVG, Ontario 



The Hants 

Journal Nova^Scotia 

A clean paper for the Home — Reliable, 
Independent, Newsy. Circulates among 
all classes in the Central County of the 
Province. Subscription James J. Anslow 

$ 1 .00 in advance. Editor and Proprietor 



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Courier 




Published 

Every 

Thursday 

AT 

$1 $tepben» n*B. 

Circulates in the homes 
of a progressive farming, 
fishing and manufactur- 
ing people and has a 
large circle of readers. 



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^N addition to technical information on Em- 
*^ broidery, etc., it contains articles on 
fashions and other subjects pertaining to women 
and the home. The Magazine is published in 
January, April, July, and October. The cover 
is printed in three colors. Write for sample, 
particulars and price. 



SMITH PUBLISHING 
CO., ST. JOHNS, P.Q. 



Goes to 
8000 Ladies 



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Milverton Sun 



Covers the rich Agricultural 
and Dairying District of Perth 
and North Waterloo. It is 
the best advertising medium 
of the district. 



Port Hood 



Greetings '"%7^.T 

Largest Circulation in Inverness 
County, N.S. 



Eight Pages— No Boiler Plate One Dollar a Year 

Proprietors 



McLean & McNeil 



For 5 Years and Over t 

1 The Review \ 

of Peterborough, Canada 

rEW papers in any locality tell the 
daily story of local happenings 
better than the Review does for 
Peterborough. 

Doing this better than any other 
paper in the city makes the Review 
wanted in the homes and by the 
people. This preference makes the 
kind of circulation that advertisers 
appreciate, pay for and it pays them. 

The Weekly Review does for the 
county of Peterborough what the 
Daily Review does for the city. Both 
always and ever, well done. 

Daily— Weekly 

THE REVIEW PRINTING COMPANY 
Peterborough, Canada 



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News -Record 

CLINTON, ONTARIO 

mAS 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. 

W. J. MITCHELL 

Editorand Publisher 



Saskatchewan 
Courier ^'^tolT" 

is the only German paper 
printed in Saskatchewan. 
Reaches nearly every 
f ost Office in the Pro- 
vince and many in the 
other Western Provinces 
as well as in the U.S.A. 
and Europe.' Advertising 
rates and sample copies 
cheerfully delivered on 
application. 
Published at 

Retina "7^" 

BY THE 

Saskatchewan Courier Pub. Co. 



Victoria County 

Weekly "M" p TX/ O Thursdays 



PERTH, ^^^tT N. B. 



Only Advertising J. W. CORRELL 

Medium in County Proprietor 



T!i£ Trenton Courier 



TRENTON 
ONT. 



Weekly 



Established 
1866 



Trenton is a busy manufacturing town 
and is the business centre for a fine 
agricultural 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 



Vegreville Observer 

A. L. NO RTON, Publisher 

Published in the central town of the 
Dominion electoral district of Victoria 
• Alberta,) The Observer covers the 
field thoroughly, having an especially 
good subscription list among the 
farmers residing within forty miles 
from Vegreville. Ti The Observer is 
recognized as one of the brightest 
weeklies published in Alberta. H Ad- 
vertising rate card upon application. 



The Jewish 
Daily Eagle 



PUBLISHED 

IN 

MONTREAL 



VEGREVILLE 



ALBERTA 



is the only daily Jewish News- 
paper in the entire Dominion 
of Canada. It reaches almost 
every house where Jews reside 
and therefore as an advertising 
medium^is unsurpassed, and 
stands unique in its class. 



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Economic Advertising 

A Monthly Magazine Published in the 
Interests of Canadian Advertisers 

THIS is the only publication in Canada devoted to advertising. 
It was established in September, 1908, by Stewart & Tobin, 
Toronto. The serious, illuminating and common-sense manner 
in which it approached its subject won immediate approval from 
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The mission of Economic Advertising is to make advertising 
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If you want your advertising to appear in a live, pro- 
gressive newspaper read by the best buyers in 
the community get a space in 

THE OBSERVER 

Published W^eeklv 



AT 



Revelstoke, B.C. 

SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER ANNUM 

Advertising rates on application to A. McKim, Limited, 
Advertising Agents, Montreal, or the publishers. 



Drawer 913 



Revelstoke, British Columbia 



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THE DURHAM 
CHRONICLE 

ESTABLISHED 1866 

An all-home print, popular 
issue, eight pages, 48 columns. 

"VJ^ITH a circulation of 
'' over 1500 copies week- 
ly, the Chronicle is admitted 
to be the best advertising 
medium in this section of the 
country. Our lists are always 
open for inspection of adver- 
tisers. 

SAMPLE COPIES on REQUEST 

W. IRWIN 

PROPRIETOR 

DURHAM - ONTARIO 


^w^XX JJ» Published every Thursday at 
* **'^ WINCHESTER, Ont. 

WINCHESTER 

PRESS *'-'- 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 


. . . The . . . 

Oshawa Vindicator 

ESTABLISHED 1854 

Circulates among the best people of its 

District — a circulation that brings 

results to advertisers. 


W. J. Watson - Proprietor 



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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE 

IN THE 

FARM and RANCH 
REVIEW 



The only agricultural paper 

published between "Winnipeg 

and the coast. 



Sample copies and rates 
sent on application. 



Write us for statement 
of circulation. 



I THE FARM AND RANCH REVIEW 

% Calgary, A.ll>erta 



^/je Established iSgs 

Wheatley Journal 

Thoroughly reliable and 
respected. The favorite 
news and advertising 
Journal in the County. 



J. P. EPPLETT 



Publisher 



Ce Progrcs du Golfe 

French Weekly Established 1904 

Rimouski, P.Q. 

The only newspaper published in the large 
and important Counties of Riniouski, 
Matane, Gaspe and Bonaventure. 



Independent. 



Subscription price 
$1.00 per year. 



The Publishing Co. ^f Rimouski 



Established 1846 $1.00 per year 

FREEHOLDER 

CORNIVAUU 

Ontario 

PROGRESSIVE, up-to- 
date local journal. No 
Boiler Plate. No Stale 
Stories. Everything bright, new, 
original. Largest circulation in 
Eastern Ontario, and constantly 
increasing. Best medium 
for advertisers. 



C. W. YOUNG 



Proprietor 



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TKe Door to tHe RicKest West 

The richest city, per capita, in Canada is 

Victoria, BritisK Coltimbia 

The evening field in this constituency, so 
attractive to advertisers, is monopolized by 

the: timers 

The oldest, and the leading I^iberal newspaper 
west of Winnipeg. 

PROGRESSIVE RELIABI.E INFI.UENTIAL 

TIMES PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO. 



Eastern Canadian Representative : 

E. J. Guy, 61 Canada Life Building, 
TORONTO 

JOHN NELSON, Man. Director 



LIMITED 

English Representative : 

T. R. CLOUGHER, 30 Outer Temple, 
STRAND, LONDON, W.C. 

HON. WM. TEMPLEMAN, President 



. . . THE . . . 

Intelligencer 

BELLEVILLE, ONT. 

Our References the 
Business Men 



It reaches the homes. 

Its circulation statement is 
guaranteed. 

It covers over two-thirds of 
Belleville. 

Its Daily and Weekly combined 
covers 1500 more homes than any 
other Hastings County Journal. 

Daily $3.00 per ye^ 
Weekly $1 .00 per year 



See sworn circulation statement 
elsewhere. 



<^ 



C. J. BOWELL, Publisher I 



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The Colbornc 

I X fl rP ^ ^ The paper that goes 

r^ into nearly every 

home in the richest and largest apple 
producing district in Canada. Rates 
on application. 

GEO. & H. S. KEYES 
Northumberiand Co. COLBORNE, ONT. 



TKe Topic 

Petrolia, Ont. 

covers I/AMBTON County like the noon-day sun, 
because it makes a specialty of county news. 
Has a larger circulation in the town of Petrolia 

and the rural portions of I<ambton than 

any other county paper. 

Petrolia, a prosperous manufacturing town, is 

the HUB of a great agricultural county. 



THE KEDWELt PUBLISHING CO., Limited 



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Over o5UU Homes 

Representing 50,000 People 

residing in the city of Woodstock, the town of Ingersoll, and 

the village and rural sections of Oxford county, are reached 

regularly through the 

Daily and Weekly issues 
of the 

Sentinel - Review 

WOODSTOCK, ONT. 

the circulation of which is sworn to in detail. 

Daily Issue Exceeds 4,000 Copies per day 
Weekly Issue Exceeds 4,500 Copies per week 

The only paper in Oxford county 
furnishing 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. 

The Sentinel-Review Co. 

LIMITED 
PUBLISHERS 

W. J. TAYLOR, President and Managing Director 




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Petrolia JIdvertiser 

and Canadian Oil ]»Hrnai 

The newsiest and best weekly 

paper published in 

Lambton County. 



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GOES INTO THE 
BEST HOMES IN 
THE COUNTY 



Gives better results to Advertisers 

than any other medium 

west of London. 

Send for Rate €ard 



Musical 
Canada 



^ Only Musical and Dramatic 
Magazine in the Dominion. 

Q Advertising and Subscription 
of the very best class. 

fl One dollar a year, issued 
monthly. Single copies, ten 
cents. 



106 D'ARCY STREET 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 



About as Good as any 
Ontario Weekly 

THE SIMCOE 
REFORMER 

Published for 50 years 

Sworn Circulation Bool<s always open 



PUBLICITY 

TWO GOOD PROPOSITIONS 

THe Voice 

the oldest and best labor paper pub- 
lished in Canada. 

TKe NortK-Ender 

a weekly local paper, circulated free, 
the best of its kind in Canada. 

THE. VOICE PUBLISHING CO. 
211 Rupert Street - VTinnipe^ 



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I,ouis J. Ball, Manager 
J. A. MacKelvie, E;ditor 

Vernon Ne^ws 

Vernon, BritisK Columbia 

WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 189I 

Covers a section of over 100 miles in the 
Okanagan, the Prize Winning Fruit District 
of Canada. Reaches a big rural constit- 
uency, and includes a number of flourish- 
ing towns and villages. The recognized 
District paper of the Okanagan. Read by 
thousands of fruit growers and ranchers. 

The best advertising medium In the Interior of B.C. 



The STAR^CHRONICLE 

Merrickville, Ont. 



Only paper in Merrickville— population of 

1200; large circulation In Andrewsville, 

100; Burritt's Rapids, 400 ; Bishop's Mills, 

200; Newmanville, 100; Easton's 

Corners, 300 ; Jasper, 300. 



CIRCULATION 
1150 



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RATE 7 CENTS 
PER INCH 



J. JOHNSTON, Editor and Proprietor 



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The leading Conservative 
Newspaper between 
Toronto and Montreal 



THE 



Standard 

Incorporating the News, Est. 1810 

Kingston 



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V^s; 



Is essentially a home 

newspaper and circulates 

largely in the city and 

adjoining counties 



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5A!tX Sunny Alberta's Best ^?^gi<^ 

Lethbridge Herald 



Circulates throughout the rich and growing district 
of Southern Alberta. 



Circulation Daily, December 31st, 1908 
Circulation Weekly, December 31st, 1908 
Population of Lethbridge City 



1600 

890 

7000 



Advertising rates on application. 

The best daily In Canada published in a city of its size." — Gleichetl Call, 



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It Is a bright, newsy sheet, well filled with live advertising, and in its make up and 

general character vividly reflects the breezy progressiveness of the West." — ^ 

Peterboro, OnL, Daily Examiner. (jf 







The St. Marys 
Journal 


THE . . . 

Dun^annon News 

DUNGANNON. ONT. 

The Representative Paper of Ashfield 


Sworn Circulation 2192 

The Journal covers almost exclusively 
several of the vyealthiest townships in 
Ontario, including the small towns of 
Granton, Woodham, Kirkton, Well- 
burn, Prospect Hill, etc. This field 
is practically its own. 

It is unexcelled among country news- 
papers in volume of local news, in 
typographical arrangement and in 
general appearance. 

No quack Nostrum or other object- 
ionable advertising is admitted into 
its columns. 

JOHN W. EEDY - Publisher 


and Wawanosh Townships. 

All the nev^rs of local interest served 

weekly in attractive form. 

Job Work a specialty — Every job 

an advertisement. 

L. s. PALMER, Editor and proprietor 


Salmon Arm 
Observer saimonarm 

Absolutely the best medium for reachinsr 

the people residing in the Shuswrap 
Lake District. 

No other paper within 6o miles east and west. 

Is a visitor to practically every home in 

Salmon Arm and district, Silver Creek, 

Kualt, Tappen, Brightwater, Notch Hill, 

l,ak.eside and Celista. 

To Cover This District Is Our Specialty 

Circulation increasing every week. 



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Use the Best 






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TIMES 






Hamilton 








Wields its strong influence through wholesome, 

clean, honest and enterprising methods. No 

progressive advertiser can afford to be out of 

Hamilton's leading Newspaper. 








cA Great Familjr Paper 






DAILY and SEMI-\A^EKLY 






Our job printing is the best. We have one of 

the largest and most complete printing 

establishments in Canada. 






RAILWAY AND TICKET PRINTING WE SHOULD LIKE TO DO 
A SPECIALTY YOUR WORK 






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HAMILTON, ONTARIO 




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PUBLISHED WEEKLY 



The Pi 



loneer 



Canada's Great Journal of 

Temperance 

Prokibition 

"^ Moral Reiorra 

Send Post Card for Sample Copy 
and Advertising Rates 

Large Circulation Select Constituency 
Address : 

52 CONFEDERATION LIFE BLDG. 

Toronto^ Ontario 



The Review 

The only Conservative paper 
in West Durham. 

NEW, NEWSY and AGGRESSIVE 

Circulation purely local. The 

one paper people read 

and talk about. 

Bowmanville, Ont. 



Rates Seven 
cents per inch. 



The 



Spectator 



MOOSOMIN 

SASKATCHEWAN , 



A. H. Smith 



Publisher 



SPORTS 

Edited by W. G. R-oss 

The only sporting weekly in Canada, 

with a circulation which covers the 

entire Maritime Provinces. The 

circulation is increasing by 

leaps and bounds. 

ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION 

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia 



^/te 



Newmarket Era 

Recognized everywhere as the 

Leading Weekly in York Co. 

Is the best medium to reach 

the reading public. 



L G. JACKSON 



Proprietor 



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Canada's largest and best T own is iJcKLllN 

Berlin's largest and best Paper is the ^EWS RECORD 

^ These two facts speak eloquently to the wise advertiser. 

^ The expert circulation examiner of the American Adver- 
tisers Association expressed surprise at the remarkably large 
percentage of News Records delivered by carrier. " This," 
said he, " is almost entirely a local proposition." 

^ Over 80 per cent of the homes in the 
prosperous centres of Berlin and 
Waterloo are reached by the NEWS 
RECORD. 

THE GERMAN PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO. 
OF BERLIN, LIMITED - - BERLIN, ONT. 



Appreciated at Home 

— the popular paper, both in 
the town and district, unex- 
celled as an advertising 
medium by any paper in 
any town of its size— the 

PORT HOPE 

TIMES 

is a thoroughly up-to-date 
newspaper in a good town 
and in the centre of a thick- 
ly populated and prosperous 
district. 



Sworn Circulation 2,000 

WM. CAMERON GRANT 

PUBLISHER 



The Ingersoll 
Chronicle 



The, Daily Chronicle — established 
in 1897 — is the only daily published 
in Ingersoll, and it goes into nearly 
all the homes in the town. It can 
be truthfully said that " it covers 
the field." 

TheWeekly Chronicle— established 
in 1853 — contains 12 pages, and is 
read by all progressive farmers in 
the great cheese district. 



Advertising rates very reasonable, and 
will be cheerfully given on applica- 
tion. Sample copies supplied when 
desired. Subscription per annum, 
Daily $3.00, Weelily $1.00. 

Chronicle Printing Co. 
INGERSOLL, ONT. 



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In 

Western 

Canada 

Everjr 

German 

Reads 

Der Nordwesten 

It is the only German farm 
paper in Western Canada, 
where one out of every 
five farmers is a German. 
One-fifth of the money 
received from the crop is 
spent by Germans. 

ARE YOU GETTING YOUR 
SHARE OF THIS BUSINESS ? 

Now is the time to tell the 
German farmers about 
your goods. "DER NORD- 
WESTEN" gives you a 
sworn circulation of 
17,645 weekly. 
Published every Wednes- 
day, forms close Mon-. 
days. Rates on application. 
Try an advertisement in 

"der nor