And all points in Canada and the United States.
Liverpool to Quebec
IN SUMMER, AND
PORTLAND OR HALIFAX, N. S.
Trans-Atlantic Ocean Steamship Lines
Forming Direct Communications by Rail with the
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OF CANADA.
The Direct Through Line.
SHORTEST SEA PASSAGE TO AMERICA,
Liverpool to Quebec ....2,600 miles.
Liverpool to Portland....2,700 "
GRAND TRUNK R'Y [Railway]
Over 1300 Miles under one management
Emigrants from Europe to the rich wheat-producing
lands of Manitoba, and the Agricultural and Mining Dis-
tricts of British Columbia, will find the cheapest and bes
route via Quebec or Portland and the Grand Trunk Rail-
way of Canada.
Thisis the legitimate route to the Northwest, afford-
ing a continous trip and making direct connection with
the Steamerlines from Point Edward and Collingwood, and
by rail through to Fort Garry, Winnipeg, and all points in
the Nortwest Territories.
Passengers arriving at Quebec or Portland are tran-
ferred with their baggage free to the railroad trains,
which run alongside the vessel at the wharf.
Depots or Stations for the reception or emigrants are
provided at Quebec, Sherbrooke, Montreal , Ottawa, Kings-
ton, Toronto, Hamilton, London (Ont.) and Winnipeg,
where full information will be afforded and prompt assis-
tance rendered to intending settler by the Emigration
Information as to passage ticket and rates of passage
by the various lines, can be obtained upon application at
the Office of the Grand Trunk Railway, 21 Old Broad
Street, London , E. C., and the offices of the Canadian Steam-
ship Lines in Liverpool, and throughout Europe.
To Sportsmen and Exursionists.
Tickets will be issued by all rail , or by rail and the
Lakes, to various points in the Northwest during the
Apply for full information to steamship agents at
Liverpool and in Europe, and at the Office of the Grand
Trunk Railway, 21 Old Broad Street, London, E. C.
General Manager Grand Trunck Railway.
The Northwest Territory
The finest Prairie Lnads in America are
to be found in Manitoba and the North-
western Territories, capable of easy and
rapid cultivation, producin abundance of
food for cattle, and affording every facility
for agricultural productions of all kinds.
The total area of lands fit for cultivation
in this region is estimated at 375,184,000
acres, of which 10,660,369 acres are already
surveyed. The emigration from Europe,
and immigration from the populated parts of
America to this country is rapidly increas-
ing, owing to the great advantages which
Easily Cultivated and Rapidly Productive
Has over any other class of land for farming
purpose and agricultural labor.