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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLUME lO 



THIRD SESSION OF THE TENTH PARLIAMENT 



OP THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1906-7 




VOLUME XLI 




1 9 1 ? C 9 



6 Edw. VII. 



Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1907 



s^ See also Numerical List Page 5. 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



TO THE 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



TO THE 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



THIRD SESSION, TENTH PARLIAMENT, 19 06-7. 



Aberdeen, Steamship 186 

Adulteration of Food 14 

Agriculture, Annual Report 15 

Alberta and Saskatchewan Lands Old 

Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co 67 

Aluminum, Oxide of 109, 109a 

Annuities, Sale of 189 

Archives, Canadian 18 

Athabaska Fish Co 207 

Atkinson, Mr., Trial of.. 192 

Atlantic Shipments 104 

Auditor General, Annual Report 1 

Australia, Tariff with 127 

Aylmer, F. W 117 



Banks, Chartered 6 

Banks, Unpaid Balances in . . . 7 

Beauharnois Canal 113 

Biology, Canadian 22a 

Bonds and Securities 51 

Brandon Post Office 170 

Bridges on Government Railways .... 114 

British American Fish Corporation 207 

British Canadian Loan and Investment Co. . 152 
British Columbia : — 

County Court Judge 1-15 

Fish Imports 122, 147 

Peace River District , 178 

Timber Lands 167 

Volunteers in South Africa 185 

Brown, Bedingfield, et al 91c 

Buckingham, Strike in 68 to 686 

By-Elections, House of Commons 176 

€ 

Canada, New Districts in 64 

Canada Year Book 38, 182 

Canadian Biology 22o 

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Canadian Northern Railway Co 166, 226 

Canadian Pacific Railway: — 

Business with Interior Department 54 

Lands sold by 86 

Canal Statistics 20a 

Cannington Postmaster 141 

Cascade Coal Basin 266 

Census of Northwest Provinces 17a 

Census of Statistics 222 

Central Experimental Farm 159 

Charlottetown, Warburton Property in.. .193, 193a 

Chartered Banks 6 

Cheese Curing , 129 

Civil Service : — 

Appointments and Promotions 139 

Examiners 31 

In.surance 42, 42a, 190 

List 30 

Morgan, Henry J 71 

Superannuations 41 

Coal Lands 221 

Coal Miners' Strike 67 

Colonial Conference, 1907 144 

Commercial Agencies 55 

Compton, Public Works in 214 

Conference of Provincial Governments 29a 

Congdon, Fred. T 219 

Contractors' Deposits 164 

Criminal Statistics , . 17 

D 

Dividends Unpaid in Banks 7 

Dominion Lands 58, 59, 94, 110, 138, 188 

Dominion Police 75 

Doukhobor Colonies 176, 212 

Dredges and Steamers 205 

Dredges, Government 156 

Dube, R. P 186 

Duties Received 74 



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A. 190T 



E 

East Elgin Election 76 

Elections, House of Commons 176 

Elections in Ontario ... . 76 

Elections in the Northwest 60 

Electric Light, Inspection of 13 

Estimates 3 to 5a 

Exchequer Court Rules 39 

Exchequer Court, Suit in . . 187, 187a 

Exjierimental Farms » . . . 16 

F 

Fire Insurance Companies 72 

Fisheries, Annual Report 22 

Fisheries, Sea and Inland 200 

Fish Scrap Fertilizer 181 

Fort Saskatchewan, Fencing Land in Ill 

Fruits, etc.. Imported 73 

G 

Gallena Oil Co 208 

Gal way Horse and Cattle Co 916 

Gas, Inspection of 13 

Geographic Board 21a 

Geological Survey Report 26 

Glace Bay Public Building 107, 223 

Glanders, Horses Tested for 37 

Government Money in Banks 210 

Government Printing Bureau 140 

Government Telegraph Lines 199 

Governor General's Warrants 43 

Grand Falls, Franchises near 211 

Grand Forks Cattle Co 91 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 62 to 62fe, 124 

H 

Halifax, Legal Services in 217 

Halifax, Property in 105, 191 

Hamilton, Strike in 686 

Harbour Commissioners 23 

Homestead Entry 96 

Homesteads Unpatented 172 

^ope Island 131 

Horses Tested for Glanders 37 

House of Commons : — 

Employees 146, 146a 

Furniture in 195 

Internal Economy ... 46 

Speaker's Apartments 97 

Hydraulic Mining Leases '. . . 125 

I 

Immigration Agents 70, 70a 

Imports of Fruits, etc 73 

Indian Affairs, Annual Report 27 

Indian Lands 128 

Indian Schools .....'. 183 

Inland Revenue, Annual Report 12 



Insurance, Abstract 9 

Insurance, Annual Report 8 

Insurance Commi.ssion, Royal 123 to 123d 

Intercolonial Railway : — 

Alleged Misconduct 83 

Annuities for Employees 115- 

Branch Line 158 

Deed of Land 162' 

Expenditures 153 

Freight Tariff J85 

Land Purchased 157 

Locomotive and Car Shops 209- 

Oil Purchased 80 

Passenger Tariff 82 

Record Foundry Co 93 

Supplies Furnished 81 

Interior, Annual Report 25 

International Waterways 19a, 49, 496- 



Judges Acting as Executors 175 

Justice, Annual Report 34 



Kensington, Steamer 108 

Kestril, Steamer ' . . .102 to 102a 

Kingston, Jamaica 134 

King, W. L. McKenzie, Mission of 177 



Labour, Department of. Annual Report 36 

ia Canadtennc, Steamship 186 

Lachine Canal 84 

Lake Manitoba, Lands near 126 

Lake Winnipeg, Fishing on 206 

Lands, Dominion 58, 59, 94, 110, 138, 188 

Lead Bounties 168 

Library of Parliament, Annual Report 33 

Life Insurance Commission (1906) 66 

Life-Saving Stations 142 

List of Shipping 21J>- 

London Election 76 

' Lowrey's Claim ' Newspaper ... 204 

mi 

Mackenzie District, Franchises in 211 

Manitoba Boundaries 143 

Marine, Annual Report 21 

Measures, Inspection of 13 

Metlakatla Indians 137 

Militia Council, Annual Report 35 

Militia, Indemity in 112, 133 

Militia Regulations 47 

Militia Regulations, Translation of 173 

Milk River Cattle Co 91a 

Mineral Industries 26a- 

Moncton, Car Shops at .«. 209 



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A. 1907 



M 

Money in Banks, Government 210 

Montcalm, Steamer 205o 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 163 

Mounted Police 28 

Muscovveguan Indians .... 88 

Muskoka, Islands in ^ 69 

N 

National Transcontinental Railway.. 62 to 62fe, 124 

Neptune, Expedition of Steamer 44 

New Brunswick Supreme Court 184 

Nipissing Indian Re.serve 148 

North Atlantic Trading Co 92 to 92c 

North Bruce Election 76 

Northwest Territories : — 

Elections 60 

Irrigation Act 57 

Mounted Police 28 

Tables of Population 50 

Nova Scotia Supreme Court 66, 151 

O 

Ontario Sub-Target Co 136 

Ordnance Stores Services ... 48 

Ottawa Improvement Commission 61, 61a 

Ottawa, Property purchased in 63 



Pacific Coast, Losses on 78, 79 

Pacific Coast Navigation 77 

Peace River District 178 

Penitentiaries, Annual Report 34 

Pensions by the State 189 

Peuchen & Co . 165 

Police, Dominion 75 

Police, Northwest Mounted 28 

Port Bruce Harbour 155 

PortBurwell 161 

Port Daniel 160 

Port Stanley Harbour 171 

Postal Convention with U. S 201 

Postmaster General, Annual Report.. 24 

Power, Augustus, Report of 219 

Preston, \V. T. R 89 

Prince Edward Island : — 

Branch Line 154 

Experimental Branch Farm 149 

Metlakatla Indians 137 

Per Capita Allowance 226 

Property in Charlottetown 193, 193(i 

Relief of Vessels 1.30 

Winter Communication 202, 202a 

Printing Bureau, Government 140 

Provincial Boundaries 64a 

Provincial Governments, Conference of 29a 

Public Accounts, Annual Report 2 

Public Printing and Stationery 32 

Public Works, Annual Report 19 

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Quebec Custom Hou.se . 
Quebec Rifle Factory . . 



. . 227 
98 to 98e 



Railway Commissioners, Report of 20c 

Railways and Canals, Annual Report 20 

Railway Statistics "06 

Railway Subsidies 150 

Red Head, Channel at 198 

Registered Letters Lost 119 

Revised Statutes of Canada 99 

Richmond, Public Works in 214 

Rifles, Differences in 196 

Robins Irrigation Co 90 to 906 

Ross Rifle Co 98 to 98e 

Royal Insurance Commission 123 to 123(2 

Royal Northwest Mounted Police 28 

Roy, Telesphore 135 

Rougemont, Senator for 213 

Rural Free Delivery 169 

S 

Saskatchewan Lands 87 

Secretary of State, Annual Report 29 

Senator for Rougemont 213 

Senators' Indenmities 132 

Shareholders in Chartered Banks 6 

Sherbrooke, Public Works in 214 

Shipping, List of 216 

Songhees Indians 95 

Soulanges Canal 116a 

Southern Alberta Lands 90 to 906 

Spirits in Bond 218 

Standard Chemical Co 165 

Steamers and Dredges ... 205 

Subsidies to Railways 150 

Sub-Target Co 136, 136a 

Supreme Court Appointment, N. S 66, 151 

Supreme Court, N. B 184 

Surveyor General, Report of 256 

Swamp Lands 53, 53a 



Tariffs, Railway and Steamship 103 

Telegraph Lines, Government 199 

Thermograph Records 120 

Timber Lands 167 to 1676, 180 

Timber Licenses 179 

Topographical Records 121 

Toronto Harbour 224 

Trade and Commerce, Annual Report 10 

Trade and Navigation, Annual Report 11 

Trade of Foreign Countries ... 10a 

Trade Union Act ... 52 

Transatlantic Steamship Lines 65, 174 

Treaties and Conventions 10a 

Trent Valley Canal 1166 to 116d 



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A. 1907 



u 

Unclaimed Balances in Banks 7 

Unforeseen Expenses 40 

Uniforms for State Occasions 106 

United States, Imports and Export* 100 

V 

Vancouver Island 101 

Vancouver Post Office 197 

Water Powers 116, 118 

Weights, Measures, etc 13 



Wharf at Northeast Harbour, N.S. 

Wiley, Louise F 

Winnipeg Immigration Buildings. . 

Winnipeg Post Office 

AVinnipeg Public Works 

Wrecks on the Great Lakes 



... 216 
... 219 
194, 194o 
... 215 
... 117 
... 203 



Yukon : — 

Dominion Lands 

Ordinances 

Privy Council Reports. . , 
Report of Commissioner. , 



56 
45 
220 
25a 



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See also Alphabetical Index, page 1. 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged iri Numerical Order, with their titles at JuU length ; the dates when. Ordered 
and when Presented to the Houses of Parliament ; the Name of the Senator or 
Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to he 
Printed or Not Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in two parts). 

1. Report of the Auditor General, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Partial report presented 

9th January, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding ; also 4th February ; 7th February ; 21st February ; 
22nd February, 1st March Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Presented 27th November, 

1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

3i Estimates of the sums required for the services of Canada for the year ending 31st March, 1908. Pre- 
sented 29th November, 1906, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

St. Supplementary Estimates for tlie fiscal period of nine months ending 31st March, 1907. Presented 
22nd January, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Further Supplementary Estimates for the period of nine months ending on the 31st March, 1907. Pre- 

sented 2nd April, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding.. . . Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 31st March, 1908. Presented 19th April, 1907, by Hon. 

\V. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

ha. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 31st March, 1908. Presented 25th April, 1907, 
by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed by both distribution and sessional papers. 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of Canada, as on the 31st December, 1906. Presented 25th 

April, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution a7id sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

7. Report of dividends remaining unpaid, unclaimed balances and unpaid drafts and bills of exchange in 

Chartered Banks of Canada, for five years and upwards, prior to December 31, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended 31st December, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

9. .Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for the year ended 3lst December, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

10. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerc", for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Part 

I.— Canadian Trade. Presented 11th February, 1907, by Hon. W. Paterson. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
10a. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the year ended 30th June, 1906. Part II. — 
Trade of Foreign Countries and Treaties and Conventions. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

11. Tables of the Trade and Navigation of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. i Presented 

27th November, 1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

12. Inland Revenues of Canada. Excise, &c., for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Presented 18th 

December, 1906, by Hon. W. Tern pieman .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Inspection of Weights, Measures Gas and Electric Light, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. 

Presented 27th November, 1906, by Hon. W. Templeman. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

14. Report on Adulteration of Food, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 3rd April, 

1907, by Hon. W. Templeman Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture, for five months ended 31st March, 1906. Presented 27th 

November, 1907, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers- 

16. Report of the Directors and Officers of the Experimental Farms, from 1st December, 1905, to 31st 

March, 1906. Presented 27th November, 1906, by Hon. S A. Fisher. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

1 7. Criminal Statistics for the year ended 30th September, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

1 7a. Census of the Northwest Provinces, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1906. Presented 7th 
February, 1907, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

\7b. Return of By-elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 1906. Presented 
15th April, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7.- 

18. Report on Canadian Archives, 1906 Printed for both distributiou and sessional papers. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Presented 21st 

January, 1907, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

19a. Reports of the International Waterways Commission, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

20. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. 

Presented 9th January, 1907, by Hon. H. R. Emmerson. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

20a. Canal Statistics for the season of navigation, 1905. . Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

206. Railway Statistics of Canada for the year ended 30th June, 1906. Presented 21st February, 1907, 
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

20c. First Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada. February 1st, 1904, to March 
31st, 1906. Presented 14th March, 1907, by Hon. H. R. Emmerson. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

21. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Marine), for the year ended 30th June, 190 

Presented 11th March, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

21a. (No issue for 1906). 

216. List of Shipping issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being a list of vessels on the 
registry books of Canada on the 31st December, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9— Concluded. 

-22. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries), for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 
1906. Presented 27th November, 1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
22a. Further contributions to Canadian Biology, being studies from the Marine Biological Station of Can- 
ada, 1902-1906 . . J Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

23. Report of the Harbour Commissioners, &c., 1906. . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General, for the year ended 30th June, 1906. Presented 27th November, 

1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

25. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. 

Presented 9th January, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
25a. Interim Report of the Commissioner of the Yukon Territory, December, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
256. Report of the Surveyor General of Dominion Lands, for the year ended .30th .lune, 1906. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

■26. Summary Report of the Geological Survey Department, for the calendar year 1906. Presented 16th 
January, 1907, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

26a. Annual Report of the Mineral Industries of Canada, 1905. Section of Mines. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

266. Report on the Cascade Coal Basin, Alberta. .... Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

27. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Pre- 
sented 9th January, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver Priixted for both distribution and sessional papers. 

.28. Report of the the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, 1906. Presented 22nd February, 1907, by Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and s ssional papers, 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for tlie year ended 31st December, 1906. Presented 25th 
April, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

29a. Minutes of the proceedings in Conference between Members of the Governmenc and of the various 
Provincial Governments, assembled at Ottawa, October, 1906. Presented 9th January, 1907, by Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Printed for b'oth distribution and sessional papers. 

.30. Civil Service List of Canada, 1906. Presented 14th January, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers, 

31. Report of the Board of Civil Service Examiners, for the year ended 31st Decem.ber, 1906. Presented 

24th April, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery, for the year ended 30th June, 

1906. Presented 15th April, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament. Session of 1906-7. Presented 22nd November, 1906, 

by the Hon. The Speaker Printed for sessional papers. 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1906. 

Presented 11th .January, 1907, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

35. Annual Report of the Militia Council of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 1906. Presented 

21st March, 1907, by Sir Frederick Borden Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour, for the year ended 30th .Tune, 1006. Presented 27th Novem- 

ber, 1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

37. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 21st March, 1906, showing : How many horses 

were tested for glanders with malein in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, res- 
pectivelj', by officials of this government ; names of owners of horses ; name of official, and date 
of application in each case ; date when the horses were destroyed, in each case ; date the owners 
received compensation in each case ; amount received by the respective owners, and the valuation 
in each case ; the variations of temperature in each case, with the highest and lowest readings ; num- 
ber of cases quarantined, names of owners, and period of quarantine ; number of cases where 
retested, and the result ; number of cases slaughtered after being retested ; compensation paid> 
names of the owners, and the amount paid to each ; cases where horses were slaughtered after being 
tested, and the number of post-mortem investigations held, with the result in each case and the 
names of owners. Presented 27th November, 1907. —Mr. Staples Not Printed. 

38. The Canada Year Book, 1905. Presented 27th November, 1906, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed separately. 

39. Exchequer Court Rules (amended). General Order of 8th October, 1903. Presented 27th November, 

1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

40. Statement showing the expenditure on account of Unforeseen Expenses from the 1st Jvily, 1900, to 

the 22nd November, 1906, in accordance with the Appropriation Act of 190').- Presented 28th 
November, 1906, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

41. Statement of Superannuations and Retiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the year ended 

31st December, 1906, showing name, rank, salary, service, allowance and cause of retirement of 
each person superannuated or retired, and also whether vacancy filled by promotion or by new 
appointment, and salary of any new appointee. Presented 28th November, 1900, by Hon. W. S. 
Fielding Not printed. 

42. Statement in pursuance of section 17 of the Civil Service Insurajuce Act, for the year ending 30th 

June, 1906. Presented 28th November, 1906, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

42a. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 14th March, 1907, for : 1. Copies of all regulations made 
by the Governor in Council under section 14, chapter 13, of the Act intituled : "The Civil Service 
Insurance Act." 2. The number of policies issued under the said Act, giving the dates of issue. 
3. The names of the policy-holders. 4. The premiums paid annually or otherwise on each policy. 
5. The total amoimt of the excess of the deduction from the salaries of said policy-holders on account 
of superannuation, and the deduction which would have been made had they not effected insurance 
under the said Act. 6. The total amount paid as death claims and the date of each payment. 
7. The difference between the premiums paid, with the deduction made in excess, as stated in 
paragraph 5, as compared with losses through death claims with interest added at the rate of 3 i)e 
cent on the amount lost by the government under the operations of this Act up to the 1st of March 
instant. Presented 8th April, 1907.— /Tfm. il/r. /'c/-p'«son Not printed. 

43. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last session of parliament, on account of 

the fiscal year 1906-7. Presented 28th November, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

44. Report of the Dominion Government Expedition to Hudson Bay and the Arctic Islands on board the 

D. G. steamer Neptune, 1903-1904. Presented 28th November, 1900, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur. 

Printed separately. 

45. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory, passed by the Yukon Council in the year 1900. Presented 28th 

November, 1906, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier.. Not printed 

46. Report of the Commissioners of Internal Economy of the House of Commons, from 21st July, 1905, 
to 11th July, 1906, pursuant to No. 9, Rules of the House. Presented 30th November, 1906, by the 

Hon. The Speaker Not printed. 

47. The King's regulations and orders for the militia of Canada, 1906. Presented 3rd December, 1906, by 

Sir Frederick Borden ' Not printed. 

48. Regulations for Ordnance Stores Services, 1905. Presented 3rd December, 1906, by Sir Frederick 

Borden Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME li— Continued. 

49. Report of the International Waterways Commission upon the application of the Minnesota Canal and 
Power Comjiany of Duluth, Minnesota, for permission to divert certain waters in the state of Min- 
nesota from the boundary waters between the United States and Canada. Presented 3rd Decem- 
ber, 1006, by Hon. S. A. Fisher 2fol printed. 

49a. Joint Report of the International Waterways Commission, November Ifjth, 1906. Presented 3rd 
December, IflOti, by Hon. S. A . Fisher . . . Not printed. 

496. Report of the Canadian Section of the International Waterways ComnKSsion for the year 1906. 
Presented 23rd January, 1907, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Not printed. 

60. Tables of the population of the Northwest Provinces in 1901 and 1906, Presented 3rd December, 

1906, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Not printed. 

61. A detailed statement of all bonds and securities registered in the Department of the Secretary of 

State of Canada, since last return, 20th March, 1906, submitted to the parliament of Canada under 
section 23, chapter 19, of .the Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented 5th December, 1906, by Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

62. Return under chapter 131 (R.S.C. ), intituled: " An Act respecting Tride Unions, " and submitted 

to parliament in accordance with section 23 of the said Act. Presented 5th December, 1906, by Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

53. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 19th March, lfi)6, for copies of all orders in 

council and documents, between, the first day of -July, 1896, and the jresent time, relating to swamp 
lands ; and of all letters, telegrams and other documents and correpondence between the govern- 
ment of Canada and the government of Manitoba, during the sane perioa', ^AiOfiting to siich lands. 

Presented 5th December, 1906.— Mr. Staples '^''i/ printed. 

53a. Supplementary return to No. 53. Presented 11th December, 19^ ^o^ P^Hnted. 

54. Return (in so far as the Department of the Interior is concerned of copies of all orders in council, 

plans, papers, and correspondence which are required to be prsented to the House of Commons, 
under a resolution passed on 20th February, 1882, since the cate of the last return, under such 
resolution. Presented 5th December, 1906, by Hon. F. Oliver ^'o* printed. 

55. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th Novdi.ber, 1906, showing the number of 

commercial agencies for the Dominion in operation durin^f tie fiscal years 1905 and 1906, the names 
of the several agents, where located, their salaries, cot.tiiigent expenses, the total cost of each 
agency, and the aggregate cost of all the agencies comuned. Presented 6th December, 1906. 
Mr. Wilson {Lennox and Addimjton) ^ot printed. 

56. Return of orders in council passed under provisions of the Dominion Lands Act, affecting lands in 

the Yukon Territory ; and of orders or ordinances passed inder the provisions of set;tion 8 of the 
Yukon Territory Act, as that section was enacted by sction 3 of chapter 34, 2 Edward VII. 
Presented 6th December, 1906, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

57. Return of orders in council, under the provisions of sectin 52 of the Northwest Irrigation Act. 

Presented 6th December, 1906, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

68. Return of orders in council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and in the British 
Columbia Gazette, between 20th January and 1st December, 1906, in accordance with provisions of 
subsection (d) of section 38 of the regulations for the sirvey, administration, disposal and man- 
agement of Dominion lands within the 40-niile i-ailway lelt in the province of British Columbia. 
Presented 6th December, 1906, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

59. Return of orders in council which have been published in die Canada, Gazette between 20th January 

and 1st December, 1906, in accordance with the provisiotiti of clause 91 of the Dominion Lands Act, 
chapter 54, of the Revised Statutes of Canada, and its amendments. Presented 6th December, 
1906, by Hon. F. Oliver No', printed. 

60. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29tli November, 1906. for a copy of the procla- 

mations used in the elections of 1904, in the constituencies of Selkirk, Provencher, Macdonald, 
Lisgar, Marquette, Souris, Brandon and Portage la Prairie. Presented 10th December, 1906. — 
Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

61. Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1906. Presented 

10th December, 1906, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME Id— Continued. 

61a. Orders in Council relative to the appointment of Commissioners under the provisions of chapter 10 
of the Acts of 1899, intituled : " An Act respecting the city of Ottawa." Presented 28th January, 
1907, by Sir WilJirid Lanrier Not printed. 

62. Report of the Coiniissioners of the National Transcontinental Railway, under date of 9th October, 
1906, on the survete and other works under their charge for the year ended 30th June, 1906, in pur- 
suance of subsecticA 2 of section 30, chapter 71, of 1903. Presented 10th Decembpr, 1906, by Hon. 
H. R. Emmerson. .1 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 



62a. Return to an order 
and plans of enginei 
the city of Quebec x. 
Lake Pheonegamoo' 



62c. 



in council, advertisenie: 
letters, telegrams, corre: 
kind, touching, or relat: 
naled as " District F,' 



the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all reports 
regarding the line and location of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway between 
Edmundston, New Brunswick, and more particularly the city of Quebec, and 
in the county of Kamouraska. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Monk. 

Not printed. 

626. Return to an address V the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, surveys, reLrts, documents, and papers of every kind not already brought down, touch- 
ing, showing or relatiA to the route of the National Transcontinental Railway between the city of 
Quebec and the city oiVloncton. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Crocket Not printed. 

Return to an address of|ie House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
for tenders, tenders, specifications of every kind, plans, drawings, reports, 
ndence, contracts, agreements and other documents and papers of every 
,0 the construction of a section of the Transcontinental Railway desig- 
fiVi a point at or near the city of Winnipeg, to a point known as Peninsular 
P^ -lUg, „ear the junctioiVunnt of the Fort William branch of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, 
a distanceof about 245 m\\\ Presented 29th January, 1907.— ilfr. Borden (Carleton). Not printed. 

62rf. Return to an address of the Huse of Commons, dated 17th December, 190G, for a copy of all orders 
in council, advertisements for fenders, tenders, specifications of avery kind, plans, drawings, reports, 
letters, telegrams, correspondace, contracts, agreements and other documents and papers of every 
kmd, touching or relating to tjp construction of a section of the Transcontinental Railway, desig- 
nated as " District B, " beginnik at the north end of the Quebec Bridge and Railway Company's 
bridge, m the vicinity of thecilyof Quebec, to a point near La Tuque, a distance of about 150 
miles. Presented 29th January, \^(lt.—Mr. Borden ( Carleton) Not printed. 

62c. Return to an order of the House oSjommons, dated 6th February, 1907, for a copy of plans, docu- 
ments, &c., now under consideratin by the Tran.scontinental Commission and Railway Commission 
pertaining to the development aniimprovement of Quebec Harbour as a maritime port and railway 

terminus. Presented 25th Februiy, VM7.—Mr. Robitaille Not printed. 

62/. Return to an address of the House I Commons, dated 23rd January, 1907, for a copy of all papers, 
correspondence, reports, plans andkrofiles, and estimates of costs at any time leceived by or filed 
with the Commissioners of the Njtional Transcontinental Railway, or with the Department of 
Railways, respecting : (a) That poion of the route of the said railway between the Quebec bridge 
and the vicinity of the Maine boumary line, as the route for such jiortion has been approved or 
adopted, or respecting any suggest* variations of the location of such portion of the railway ; (6) 
respecting another suggested route f r the said portion of the said railway between the points afore- 
said, not passing by way of Lake B ;hemin, and sometimes known as the Morin route. 2. For a 
copy of all orders in council approvi g, adopting, or respecting any such routes between the points 
aforesaid. Presented 26th Februar, , 1907.— ilfr. Morin Not printed. 

e2ff. Return to an order of the House of clnunons, dated 4th March, 1907, for a copy of all memoranda 
in the possession of the government, Ihowing the amounts from month to month reported by the 
company and verified Ijy tht- officers (JE the government, as having been duly expended in connection 
with the construction (jf the western faivision of the National Transcontinental Railway, whereon 
the government of Canada guaranteedjfche bonds to the extent of 75 per cent of the cost. Presented 
14th March, 19C7.~Mr. Ames .1 Not printed. 

62/i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 24th April, 1907, for copies of papers in relation 
to the Transcontinental Railway route through New Brunswick. Presented 24th x^pril, 1907.— 
Son. W. S. Fieldincj Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

63. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, showing what properties, if 

any, have been purch.ased by the government during the past two yeans, in the city of Ottawa, 
between Sussex Street and Mackenzie Avenue ; the properties acquired by the government in that 
locality ; the names of the vendors ; the dates of the purchases, the price agreed upon in each case ; 
the superficies of the property acquired ; the date on which the government took possession in each 
case. Presented 11th December, 1900.— ilfr. Morin Nol printed. 

64. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 

in council passed during the last three years, relating to the formation of any new territory or 
district, or the alteration of the boundaries of any territory or district in Canada. Presented 11th 

December, 1900.— Mr. Siftoii Not printed. 

64«. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all letters, 
communications, memorials, peticions, or documents, received during the past three years from the 
government of any province in the Dominion, or any member thereof, by the government of Can- 
ada, or any member thereof, relating lo the e.Ktension or alteration of the boundaries of any province 
of Canada. Presented 17th December, 1906. — Mr. Sifton. 

Printed for hath distribution and sessional papers. 

65. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of contracts with 

transatlantic steamship lines, in force during the season of 1900, that were entitled by such contract 
to receive bonuses or subventions from the government. Presented 11th December, 1906. — Mr. 
Smith ( Wentworth) Not printed. 

66. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, correspondence, reports, documents and papers, with respect to filling the vacancy on 
the bench of the Supreme Court of Nova Scoria, occasioned by the appointment of Honourable D. 
C. Fraser to the office of Lieutenant Governoi'. Presented 14th December, 1906. — Mr. Borden 

(Carleton) Not printed. 

(66. Sessional Paprrs of 1906). Evidence taken before the Royal Commission on Life Insurance. 
Presented 26th February, 1907, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for distribution. 

67. Report of the Deputy Minister of Labour on negotiations conducted by him under Conciliation Act, 

1903, in connection with the strike of coal miners in the employ of the Alberta Railway and 
Irrigation Company, which commenced on 9th March, 1906. Presented 14lh December, 1906, by 
Hon. R. Lemieux Nol printed. 

68. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all papers 

and correspondence in connection with the Buckingham strike and riots. Presented 14th Decem- 
ber, 1906, by Hon. R. Lemieux Nol printed. 

68a. Supplementary return to No. 68. Presented 9th .January, 1907. — Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

686. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 23rd of .January, 1907, for a copy of all papers and corres- 
pondence having reference to the calling out of militia and to the intervention of the government 
in the late strikes and riots in Hamilton and Buckingham ; also giving a statement showing the 
amounts paid by the government and municipalities in each case, for the services of the militia in 
connection with strikes ; together with a statement showing in which cases, if any, the government 
was recouped by the municipalities, the amount paid the militia, and the amounts. Presented 19th 
February, 1907.— ffora. Mr. David Not printed. 

69. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, showing all, if any, islands 

or portions of islands sold since the first day of July, 1896, adjoining the townships of Baxter and 
Gibson, in the district of Muskoka, on the Georgian Bay, and the prices received therefor, res- 
pectively. Presented 17th December, 1906.— Mr. Wright (Muskoka) Not printed. 

70. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th November, 1906, for a copy of all circulars 

sent out by the immigration office during the present year to agents of the department in the 
United Kingdom, and on the continent of Europe ; also to booking agents in the United Kingdom 

and on the continent. Presented 17th December, 1906.— ilfr. Chishobn (Huron) Not printed. 

70a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated .5th December, 1906, for a copy of all papers, 
circulars, instructions, or other correspondence, sent out by the Department of the Interior, or any 
officer thereof, relative to immi<?ration ; and all correspondence or papers, &c., relative thereto, 
from agents abroad during the year 1906, with special reference to question No. 2, on the Order 

Paper of 3rd December, 1906. Presented 17th December, 1906.— Afr. Lefurgey Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLU.ME U— Continued. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all letters, 

documents, telefframs, reports, writs of supersedeas, and other papers, relating to the standing and 
different grades in the civil service, from time to time, of Henry J. Morgan, and his super- 
annuation. Presented 18th December, 1900. — Mi: Slcwart Not irinted. 

72. Returned to an order of the Houi;e of Commons, dated 28th November, 1900, showing : 1. The names 

of fire insurance companies which have received their charters within the i>ast five years. 2. The 
names of the parties applying for the same. 3. The amount of subscribed capital required under 
the charter. 4. The amount of paid-up capital required under the charter. 5. The proposed loca- 
tion of the head office in each case. Presented 17th December, 1900.— il/r. MacdoneU, .Not printed. 

73. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1900, showing : quantity or value 

of green fruit, canned fruits, and vegetables, fruit jams, preserves and jellies, classifying them wher- 
ever practicable, imported into Canada, and exported therefrom, during f ach of the past ten years ; 
stating also whether from Great Britain, United States, or other countries ; and during the past two 
years, the quantity imported through ports of entry, first, in Eastern Provinces ; second, Prairie 
Provinces; third, British Columbia. Presented 9th January, VM7.—Mr. Smith (Wentivorth) 

Not printed. 

74. Returir to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1900, showing : 1. The total 

amount of duty received by the government in the fiscal year 1900 upon the respective articles named 
in the following items, as numbered, of the new Customs Tariff, viz: Item 445. — Mowing machines, 
harvesters, self-binding or without binder-s, binding attachments, reapsrs. Item 440. — Cultivators, 
ploughs, harrows, horse-rakes, seed drills, manure-spreaders, weeders and wind-uiills. Item 447. — 
Threshing machine outfit, when consisting of traction or portable engines and separator.s. Item 
448. — Hay loaders, potato diggers, horsepower.-!, sepj,rators, n.o.p., wind-stacker.s, fodder or feed 
cutters, grain crushers, fanning mills, hay tedders, farm, road or field rollers, post-hole diggers, 
snaths, and other agricultural implements, n.o.p. Item 449. — Axes, scythes, sickles or reaping 
hooks, hay or straw knives, edging knives, hoes, rakes, n.o.p., and pronged forks. Item 450. — 
Shovel and spades, iron or steel, n.o.p., shovel and spade blanks, and iron or steel cut to shape for 
the same, and lawn mowers. Item 451. — Stoves of all kinds, for coal, wood, oil, spirits or gas. 
2. The total amount of duty that would have been received in the same periud, the fiscal year of 
1900, had the tariff now proposed by the government been then in force, giving such duty for 
each of the items 445, 440, 447, 448, 449, 450 and 451, separately. Presented 9tli January, 1907.— Mr. 
Hemkrson Not printed . 

7o. Report of the Commissioner, Dominion Police Force, for the year 1900. Presented 9th January, 
1907, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth Not printed . 

76. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th Decemlier, 1900, for a copy of all writs, 

forms and instructions issued and used in and for the purposes of the elections for the jonstituency of 
London, in the year 1905, and for the elections for the constituencies of East Elgin and North 
Bruce, in the year 1906. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Barker Not printed . 

77. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th April, 1900, for a copy of all petitions, 

memorials, reports, letters, documents, correspondence and papers, setting forth or relating or refer- 
ring to the necessity of improved aids to navigation, and of the life-saving vessels or appliances on 
the Pacific coast. Presented 9th January, 1907. —Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

78. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th April, 1900, for a copy of all reports, find- 

ings and recommendations of any officer, court of inquiry or commission, respecting the loss of any 
steamship or vessel on the Pacific coast during the past six years, except such as have already been 
published in the Annual Report of the Department of Marine. Presented 9th January, 1907. — 
Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

79. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 21st March, 1900, showing : How many wrecks 

there were on the Pacific coast in Canadian waters in 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, and in 1906, 
up to date, British and foreign ; number of lives lost in each wreck ; the total financial loss in ships 
and cargoes ; the inquiries made by the government into the causes of such wrecks ; the causes given 
for such wrecks ; the results of reports made of such investigations, as to hulls or machinery, by the, 
British Columbia inspectors ; the port of registry of each vessel wrecked; the age of each ship. 

Presented 9th January, 1907.— Mr. Smith (Nanaimo) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

80. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1006, showing : The quantity of 

oil from the wells of the Memramcook and Dover, sold and delivered to the Intercolonial Railway, 
between the 1st of January, l'J04, and the 31st of March, 1006 ; such statement to set forth in detail 
the dates, quantity, price, and total value of each of such shipments. And further for a similar 
statement giving like inforniatioti in respect of all other oil purchased from or through the agency 
of the New Brunswick Petroleum Company, being the output ot other wells than those herein above 
specified. Presented 9th January, 1907.— Afr. Jiarker Not printed. 

81. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1900, showing : All sums paid 

from 1st January, 1904, to date, to George H. Cochrane, of Moncton, for supplies furnished or 
services rendered the Intercolonial Railway ; such statement in respect of each item in every such 
transaction, when and by whom the order was given, natuie of and the quantity of goods furnished, 
character of services rendered, prices paid, and the names of the parties who certified to the coirect- 
ness of his account. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Barker Not printed. 

82. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1900, giving comparative state- 

ment of the standard passenger tariff in force on the Intercolonial Railway in 1904, and that in force 
at the present time, said statement to be so arranged as to show the former and present passenger 
rates in convenient form for purposes of comparison, in each of the following cases : 1. From 
Truro (a) to Hopewell, to New Glasgow, to Pictou, to Antigonish, to Port Mulgrave, to Grand 
Narrows, to Sydney, to Glace Bay, to Louisburg ; {b) to Halifax, (c) to Londonderry, to Amherst, 
to Sackville, to Shediac, to Moncton, to Cajie Tormentine. 2. From Moncton (a) to Salisbury, to 
Sussex, to Norton, to St. John ; (6) to Kent Junction, to Weldford, to Newcastle, to Dalhousie, to 
Campbelhon. 3. From Levis («) to Berthier-enbas, to St. Thomas de Montmagny, to Ste. Anne 
de la Pocatiere, to River du Loup, to ^Riinouski, to Causapscal, to Metapedia ; (h) to Drummond- 
ville, to Ste. Rosalie, to Montreal. Presented 9th January, 1907. —Mr. Ames Not printed. 

83. Return to an order of the House o^ Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, for a copy of all reports, 

investigations, orders, or correspondence, since 1st January, 1905, de ding with or touching upon 
alleged misconduct or remissions of duty on the part of (a) I. L. Burrill, paymaster on the Inter- 
colonial Railway ; (6) Moses Trace)', inspector of car cleaners ; (c) Bruce McDougall, of the Inter- 
colonial Railway Audit Office, Moncton ; together with a copy of the rules and regulations in force 
since above date, and at the present time, with reference to t!;e employees of the Intercolonial Rail- 
way. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Barker Not printed. 

84. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated of 28th November, WOO, for a copy of the report 

furnished to the government by Messieurs Brunet and Duff, of Montreal, regarding the water- 
powers on the Lachine Canal. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Monk Not printed. 

86. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1900, showing, by means of a 
comparative statement, the difiference in rates charged, in respect of the ten classes of articles most 
largely carried, under the standard freight tariff in force during 1904, and that in force at the present 
time upon the Intercolonial Railway, from station to station, as hereinafter specified : 1. From 
Truro (a) to Hopewell, to New Glasgow, to Pictou, to Antigonish, to Port Mulgrave, to Grand 
Narrows, to Sydney, to Glace Bay, to Louisburg ; (b) to Halifax : (e) to Londonderry, to Amherst, 
to Sackville, to Shediac, to Moncton, to Cape Tormentine. 2. From Moncton (a) to Salisbury, to 
Sussex, to Norton, to St. John; (i) to Kent Junction, to Weldford, to Newcastle, to Dalhousie, to 
Campbellton. 3. From Levis (a) to Berthier-en-bas, to St. Thomas de Montmagny, to Ste. Anne 
de la Pocatiere, to River du Loup, to Rimouski, to Causapscal, to Metapedia ; (b) to Drummond- 
ville, to Ste. Rosalie, to Montreal. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Arties Not printed. 

86. Return of all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, from the 1st October, 1905, to 

the 1st October, 1900. Presented 9th January, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

87. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th December, 1906, for a copy of all documents 

relating to the application of R. C. McCracken for the northeast quarter, section 36, township 35, 
range 16, west of the second meridian, province of Saskatchewan ; akso Mr. McCann, for the north- 
west quarter of the same section. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Barr.. Not printed. 

88. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1906, showing : 1. The names, 

ages, sexes and parentage of children attending Muscoweguan's Indian boarding school, specifying 
whether treaty or non-treaty Indians, the band they belong to, and whether parents alive or not. 
2. Amount of government grants made to the school during the years 1904, 1905 and 1906. 3. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME U— Continued. 

Amount of treaty money paid to Muscoweguan's band at the last payments, to what Indians were 
the payments made, and the number of children belonging to each. Presented 9th January, 1907. — 
Mr. Lake Ifot printed. 

89. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th December, 1906, for : 1. A copy of the 

evidence taken at the investigation promised by the Minister of the Interior at the last session of 
parliament into the conduct, of W. T. R. Preston, Commissioner of Immigration in England ; 
together v.'ith copies of all letters, documents, and papers, in any way relating thereto. 2. Copy 
of the report of the party or parties who held the investigation which was promised by the 
Honourable Mr. Oliver, Minister of the Interior, when the matter of the dismissal of Mr. W. T. R. 
Preston was under discussion at the last session of parliament. 3. Of all correspondence between W. T. R. 
Preston and any member of the government, or any department thereof, with reference to his pre- 
sent appoiutnjent. 4. And showing what government position W. T. R. Preston now holds, what 
his duties are, what salary he gets, what living and travelling exjienses he is allowed. Presented 
9th January, 1907. — Mr. Wilson (Lennox and Addin.yton) . Not printed. 

90. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 

in council, agreements, valuations, reports, memoranda, letters, telegrams, correspondence and 
other documents and papers, touching, relating to or concerning the grant by or on behalf of the 
government of Canada, of any lands in Southern Alberta, under conditions contemplating or requir- 
ing the construction of irrigation works, and all such documents as aforesaid relating to any conces- 
sion or grant of about 380,575 acres of land to the Robins Irrigation Company. Presented 9tb 
.January, 1907. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed . 

90a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, agreements, papers and correspondence in connection with the sale of ^80,600 acres, more 
or less, of land in Southern Albert), to the Robin ■> Irrigation Company ; and the list of shareholders 
of the company, and its officers. Presented 10th January, 1^07.- -A//-. Borden (Carleton). 

Not printed . 

90b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a oopy of all documents 
relating to the applicatii-n of, (a) J. T. Robins, for land in townships 10, 11 and 12, ranges 7, 8, 9, 
10, 11, 12, west of the 4th ; and of (6) E. H. Cuthbertson, for land in townships 11, 12, 13, ranges 7, 
8, 9. 10, 11 and 12, west of the 4th, for purposes of irrigation. Presented 10th January, 1907. — 
Mr. Ames Not printed . 

91. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 3id December, 1906, for a copy of all orders in 

council, leases, agreements, valuations, reports, memoranda, letters, telegrams, correspondence, and 
other documents and papers, relating to, (a) the granting of grazing lease No. 2013, issued to J. D. 
McGregor, and of grazing lease No. 2014, issued to A. E. Hitchcock ; (fc) the assignment of said 
lease privileges to, or the enjoyment of the same, by the Grand Forks Cattle Company ; (c) and 
further transfer or sale of said privileges by the Gr.and Forks Cattle Company ; (d) all transactions 
between the government and the assigns of the Grand Forks Cattle Company. Presented 9th 
January, 1907. — Mr. Ames Kot printed . 

91a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all orders in 
council, leases, agreements, valuations, reports, memoranda, letters, telegrams, correspondence, and 
other documents and papers, touching, relating to, or concerning, (a) the granting of grazing lease 
No. 2009, issued to C. E. Hall ; {b) the enjoyment of said lease privileges by C. E. Hall ; (c) the 
assignment of the same to the Milk River Cattle Company ; (rf) the enjoyment of the same by the 
Milk River Cattle Company ; together with a statement showing all amounts received by the govern- 
ment by way of rentals, bonuses, or otherwise, from each of the parties herein above-mentioned, 
with date, amount, and object of each such payment. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Ames. 

Not printed. 

916. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all orders fn 
council, leases, agreements, valuations, reports, memoranda, letters, telegrams, correspondence, and 
other documents and papers, touching, relating to, or concerning, (a) the granting ('f grazing lease 
No. 2059, issued to H. P. Brown, of Grand Fork», Montana ; (b) the assignment of said lease privi- 
leges to the Galway Horse and Cattle Company ; and the enjoyment thereof by said company ; (c) 
the further assignment of said lease privileges by the Galway Horse and Cattle Company to .John 
Cowdry. of Macleod, and his enjoyment of the same, together with a statement showing all rentals 
or bonuses received by the government from any of the above parties, with date, amount, and pur- 
pose of each payment. Presented 9th .lanuary, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS^Continued. 

91c. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 9th January, 1907, for a copy of all orders in 
council, agreements, valuations, reports, memoranda, letters, telegrams, correspondence and docu- 
ments of every description, relating to or treating of (a) the granting of a closed grazing lease to 
Brown, Bedingfield, cl at ; (fc) the enjoyment of and the payment for the privileges granted under 
said lease. Presented 7th February, 1007.— Mr. Ames Not printed. 

91d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd January, 1907, for a copy of all applica"- 
tions for the lease of grazing lands w ithin the provinces of Alberta and Sa.skatchewan, between the 
1st day of February, 1905, and the 1st day of August, 190.5. Presented 19th April, 19oV. — A/r. Mc- 
Carthy (Calgary) Not printrd. 

»2. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1900, showing : 1 . A 11 sums of 
money paid to the North Atlantic Trading Company, or on their order, to 1st November, 1906, with 
dates, sums, and names of persons to whom paid. 2. All correspondence between the North Atlan- 
tic Trading Company and the government, or any member thereof, or any department, since 1st 
January, 1906. Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Wilson (Lennox and Addin(/to7i) . .Not printed. 

92a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1906, showing : 1. All claims 
made on the government by the North Atlantic Trading Con)pany, since the 31st March, 1906. 2. 
All amounts paid to the said North Atlantic Trading Company by the government of Canada, {a) 
on account of bonuses ; (b) on account of disV)ursements, since the 31st March, 1906. 3. A copy of 
all correspondence had by the government with the said North Atlantic Trading Company since the 
31st March, l;)06, up to the 1 st December, 1906, and of all letters and accounts received from the 
said company between the above dates. Presented 15th January, 1907. — Mr. Monk. . . Not printed. 

926. Report of C. H. Beddoe, accountant of the Department of the Interior, of an audit of the books and 
accounts of the North Atlantic Trading Company. Presented 1st March, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

92c. Extract from a Report of the Privy Coimcil, ajiproved by the Governor General on the 19th February, 
1907, respecting continental immigration and certain commissions to steamship booking agents. 
Presented 14th March, 190", by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

93. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, showiner : All sums paid or 

credits given by the Record Foundry Company, of Moncton, in respect of purchases from the Inter- 
colonial Railway of scrap iron, copper, babbie metal, lead, sheet lead, and scrap metal of every des- 
cription, between 1st January, 1904, and 31st March, 1906 ; said statement to further show date and 
amount of every such transaction, character, quantity and price per pound, of material purchased 
and whether and in what instances the same has been offered in public competition or sale by tender. 
Presented 9th January, 1907. — Mr. Barker Not printed. 

94. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1906, for a copy of all correspondence, 

reports, documents and papers relating to any dealings, transactions or negotiations between the 
government and any company, association, syndicate, or any person or pfersons on behalf of any 
company, association or syndicate, who have purchased or acquired, or arranged to purchase or 
acquire, public lands from the government since 1898 ; also a statement giving the names, head 
offices and addresses of the said respective companies, associations and syndicates, together with the 
amount of land purchased, acquired, or arranged to be purchased or acquired, and the price paid or 
agreed upon ; also a statement giving the names, addresses and occupations of any person or persons, 
other than companies, associations or syndicates, who have purchased or acquired, or arranged to 
purchase or acquire, public lands from the government since 1st January, 1898, in areas of more 
than IfiO acres in each instance, and a statement of the area of such lands in each instance ; also a 
copy of all correspondence with such persons, and all documents and papers relating to the sale or 
disiKJsal of such lands. Presented 10th January, 1907.— 3/r. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

95. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders 

in council, instructions, reixirts, letters, telegrams, cor»espondence and other jiapers of every kind 
relating to the negotiations for the Songhees Indian Reserve, and especially all such papers as 
aforesaid relating to the recent mission of Mr. Pedley, Deputy Superintendent General of Indian 
Affairs, to the province of British Columbia. Presented 11th January, 1907.— J/r. Borden 
(Carleton J Not printed. 

96. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, showing the following 

data : (1) The name of the present homesteader on southeast quarter, section 12, township 30, 
range 2, west of 5th meridian ; (2) date of his entry ; (3) by whom it was made ; (4) where was it 

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made ; (5) who was the first to make homestead entry therefor ; (fi) by whom was the first entry 
cancelled ; (7) who was the next applicant, and what was the date of the application ; (8) the names 
of any other applicants, if any, for this homestead, and the dates of application ; all con espondence 
in regard to this quarter-section. Presented 11th January, 1907. — Mr. Hugkes (Victoria). 

Not printed. 

97. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1906, showing in detail for each year, 

from 1886 to 1906, inclusive ; 1. A statement of all goods supplied lo Mr. Speaker's apartments, and 
to the'various offices and apartments of the House of Commons, amd the amounts paid therefore. 
2. All Inventories of goods in Mr. Speaker's apartments, and in the various offices and apartments 
of the House of Commons, taken by the Sergeant-at-Arms, as keeper of the furniture and fittings of 
the House, or other officers of the House, and any report of the Clerk, Sergeant-at-Arms, or other 
officer of the House, with reference thereto, the good-i supplied, their condition, and the character 
and disposition of the same. 3. A copy of all correspondence had be .ween Mr. Speaker and any 
member of the Internal Economy Commission, the Clerk of the House, the Sergeant-at-Arms, or 
any other officer of the House of Commons, and the Auditor General, in reference to the purchase, 
payment, checking, distribution, replenishing, disposal, condition and character of the same. 4. A 
copy of all resolutions passed by the Conmiission of Internal Economy in reference to the above 
matters. Presented 11th January, 1907. — Mr. Belcourt Not printed. 

98. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 5th June, 1906, for : 1. A copy of the petitions signed by 

the citizens of Quebec protesting against the choice of the place where Sir Charles Ross has built 
his rifle factory. 2. A copy of the petitions setit by certain persons asking the government to 
increase the land placed at the disposition of Sir Ciiarles Pioss. 3. A copy of the plan of the land 
placed at the disposition of Sir Charles Ross. 3. A copy of the plan of the land leased by the govern- 
msnt to Sir Charles Ross for the purpose of his rifle factory. Presented 6th December, 1906. - 
Hon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

98a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd January, 1907, for copies of all documents 
and all correspondence concerning the erection of the Ross rifle factory on the Plains of Abraham, 
Quebec. Presented 14th March, 1907.- Mr. Ldvcrt/ne (Montmar/ni/J Not printed. 

98i. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1900, for a copy of all con- 
tracts between the Ross Rifle Company and the government, or Department of Militia, for the 
supply of rifles, ammunition or other articles, and all orders in coimcil, correspondence, reports, 
documents and papers, relating to such contracts, or to the subject-matter thereof, and to the 
operations of the company and its dealings with the government, or any department thereof, 
including the Department of Customs. Presented 14th March, 1907. — Mr. Worthington . . Not printed. 

98c. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 27th November, 1906, for a cojjy of all correspondence 
exchanged between the government and the Ross Rifle Company or any other a.ssociatic)n or military 
body or any peroon whomsoever, or between the various departments of the government on the 
subject of the Ross rifle, of the inspections which it has undergone, of the improvements which have 
been suggested, of the complaints which have been made, or of the reports which have been made. 
Presented 13th March, 1907. — Bon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

98ci, Supplementary return to No. 98(<. Presented 3rd April, 1907 Not printed. 

98e. Supplementary return to No. 98c. Presented (Senate) 4th April, 1907 Not printed. 

99. Revised Statutes of Oanada, 190G, volumes 1, 2 and 3. Prasented 14th January, 1907, by Hon. A. B. 

Ay lesworth Printed separately. 

100. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th January 1907, showing : The imports 
by provinces into Canada for home consumption, from the United States, and the exports of the same 
from Canada to the United States, and the duty on the same, giving the present Canadian duty and 
the United States duty, for the past twelve months, ending 1st October, 1906, on the following 
agricultural articles : Live pork, cattle," horses, beef and pork dressed, be.ins, corn, barley, buckwheat, 
peas, wheat, sugar, beets, eggs, hay, butter, cheese, apples, evaporated or otherwise, vegetables, 
green peas, tomatoes, peaches, plums, pears, including all canned vegetables, and lard, and tobacco, 
raw. Presented 15th January, 1907. — Mr Clements Not printed. 

101. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th December, 1906, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence between the Marine Department and the provincial government of British Columbia, or any 
member thereof, concerning the building of a road or trail along the coast line of Vancouver Island, 
for the purjiose of lending'assistance to distressed mariners. Presented 15th January, 1907. — Mr. 
Smith {Nana imo) Not printed. 

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102. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th December, 1906, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence and papers in connection with the investigation into the provisioning of government steamer 
Kestrel, diiring the year 1905, and a copy of the report of the investigation. Presented 15th January, 
1907.— ilfr. Foster Not printed. 

102fl. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated I4th January, 1907, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, reports, memoranda and other documents and papers, respecting supplies purchased or 
ordered for or in connection with the government steamer Kestrel, from January 1st, 1903, up to the 
present time, including all correspondence between any department, officer or agent of the govern- 
ment, and the captain of tlie said steamer. Presented 12th April, 1907. — Mr. Reid (Orcnville). 

Not printed. 

103. Retiu-n to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, showing the local 
and general tariffs of each and every through transportation line, railway or steamship line, giving 
in detail the rates upon each class of commodity from station to station ; and also upon commodities 
jjassing through Canada, or from Canada to foreign co\mtries, or to Great Britain and Ireland. 
Presented 17th January, 1907. — Mr. ffughe.-i (Victoria) Not printed 

104. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, showing for five years past 
the annual shipments across the Atlantic of : butter, cheese, apples, pears, other fiuits and other 
products, classifying them [a) in cold storage ; (6) in cool air compartments ; (c) inordinary storage. 
Presented 17th January, 1907. — Mr. Smith ( Wentworth) , Not printed. 

105. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 2fth November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, reports, letters, telegrams, correspondence, memoranda and other documents and papers, 
relating to or in any way touching the purchase or acquisition of land in or near the city of Halifax, 
since 1st January, 1902, for the piiiposeof constructing thereon a round-house or machine shop. 
Presented 17th .January, 1907. — Mr. Barker Not printed. 

106. Return to an addressof the Senate, dated 19th June, 1906, for'copies of all correspondence between 
the Imperial authorities and the government of Canada relating to the uniform to be worn upon 
state occasions by privy councillors of the cabinet, privy councillors not of the cabinet, deputy heads 
of departments, and by any other of the government officials. Presented 16th January, 1907. — Hon. 
Mr. Landry Not printed 

107. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 7th December, 1906, for copies of all correspondence res- 
pecting a site or sites for a public building in the town of Olace Bay, Nova Scotia, between any 
member of the government and all other jiarties ; the area of the sites, the price of each, the date of 
the purchase, the date of each payment, the name of the seller of each site, the report or reports of the 
government engineer, showing lots recommended and those not recommended by him, and all not"S 
oi memoranda referring to said sites. Presented 16th January, 1907. — Hon. Mr. McDonald (Cape 
Breton) Not printed 

108. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 5th December, 1906, for a copy of all the correspondence 
exchanged between the department of marine and fisheries, or any pei'son or any company what- 
soever on the subject of the stranding at Matane of the steamer Kensington, as well as of the inquiry 
which has been made into this subject and of the judgment rendered by the commissioner making 
the inquiry. Presented 16th January, 1907. — Hon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

109. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 28th November, 1906, of imports of oxide of aluminum for 
the years 1903, 1904, 1905 and to date, 1906, with values. Presented 16th January, 1907.— //on. Mr. 
Domville Not printed. 

109n. Return to an order of the Senate, dated 28th November, 1906, giving the amount of aluminum 
exported for the years 1903, 1904, 1905 and to date, 1906, with values. Presented 16th January, 
1907. — Hon. Mr. Domville Not printed. 

110. Supplementary return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th March, 1906, showing, in 
the case of every homestead against which, duiing the years 1904 and 1905, a report of non-com- 
pliance with the law, or a demand for cancellation has been received by the Dominion land office or 
offices ; giving (a) the location of said quarter-.9ection, range, township, and meridian ; (6) the name 
and address of the party by wliom the original entry was made ; (f) the name an i address of the party 
or parties (if there have been several) who endeavoured to lodge cancellations ; (d) the reason alleged 
by complainaints why cancellation of entry should be allowed ; (r) whether warning of threatened 
cancellation was served upon the alleged delinquent ; (/) the action taken by the department in each 

case. Presented 21st January, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

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111. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders in 
council, agreements, contracts, reports, telegrams, letters, and other documents, relating to any 
agreement between the government, or any departmtnt of the government, and Mr. W. A. D. Lees, 
or any other person or persons, for fencing a part or tract of land near Fort Saskatchewan, in 
Alberta ; and all such documents and papers aforesaid, relating to the maintenance of such fence. 
Presented 21st January, 1907. — Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

112. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1906, for a copy of the ordin- 
ance or regulation of the Canadian militia by which young men following the three months' short 
course, day attendance, are stipulated as having no right to any indemnity for their services ; also a 
copy of the ordinance or regulation of the Canadian militia by which young men from the country 
are not entitled to any pay for provisionary course, night attendance. Presented 21st January, 
1907.— Mr. Bohitaille Not printed. 

113. Extract from a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by the Governor General 
on the 24th day of December, 1906, in relation to the leasing of the Beauharnois Canal, in order to 
its utilization for the development of electricity for lighting and industrial purposes. Presented 
21st January, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

114. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th January, 1907, showing : 1. All amounts 
which have been since 1st July, 1904, expended, chargeable to capital account, upon the strengthen- 
ing of bridges along the line of the government railways. 2. The estimated cost of each work, 
which it is proposed to carry on during the fiscal year 1907-8. Presented 21st January, 1907. — Mr. 
Crocket Not printed. 

115. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th January, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, petitions and other papers, addressed to, or received by the department of railways and 
canals, from any persons, organizations, or associations, asking for the institution of a system of 
annuities for employees on the Intercolonial Railway. Presented 21st January, 1907.-- Mr. Mac- 
donald •. Not printed. 

116. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 26th March, 1906, for a statement containing the 
following information concerning the water-powers in the possession and under the control of the 
Dominion government. 1. The province and the locality within the province where the water-power 
is situated. 2. A summary of the report or reports made to the government on such water-power, if 
any report has been made, with date of the report and name of the party who has reported. 3. The 
power susceptible of being developed. 4. If under lease or alienated in any way, the name of lessee 
or purchaser, date, duration and condition of lease or purchase. 5. If under lease or alienated, 
whether public tenders were called for through the newspapers before lease or alienation took place. 
6. If under lease or alienated, whether any report was sought and obtained by the government pre- 
vious to such alienation, and by what officer such report was made to the government, and the pur- 
port of such report, as well as its datft. 7. If under lease or alienation in any vvay, the amount due 
the government for rent or price of sale and arrears. 8. If under lease or alienated, whether the 
conditions of alienation have been fulfilled. Presented 21st January, 1907. ^il/r. Monk. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

116a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for : 1. A copy of the 
contract or agreement by which the government has leased or alienated the water-powers on the 
Soulanges canal ; of the tenders, if any were invited, before the disposal of said water-powers ; and 
of any and all correspondence concerning the said powers before the disposal of the same by the 
government. 2. A copy of the order in council disposing of said water-powers. 3. A copy of all 
transfers of said water-powers since the original alienation of the same ; of all correspondence relat- 
ing to said transfers ; and of oiders in council authorizing or ratifying said transfers. 4. A copy of 
all reports and estimates in the possession of the government in regard to the extent and value of 
water-powers on the Soulanges canal. Presented 14th February, 1907. — Mr. Monk. . . .Not printed. 

116&. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, showing : (1) The water- 
powers, and location of same, along the Trent Canal waterways, still in possession of the government 
of Canada ; (2) those along tributary waters under the same control ; (3) the water-powers that have 
been leased, or otherwise disposed of ; (4) the teams in each case ; (5) the nature of the title in each 
instance. Presented 14th February, 1907. —Mr. Hur/hes ( Victoria) Not printed . 

1 16c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th February, 1907, for copies of all reports 
and other papers in connection with the choice of the eastern outlet for the Trent Valley Canal. 
Presented 27th February, 1907. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed . 

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1 16rf. Report of E. J. Walsh, C.E., Engineer in charge of the surveys on the Trent Valley Canal, from 
Lake Simeoe to Georgian Bay, accompanied by plans, profiles and estimates. Presented 15th March, 
1907, by Hon. H. R. Emmerson I/'ot printed . 

117. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th December, 1906, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams or documents of any description, relating to, (a) the appointment of Mr. F. W. Aylmer 
to the position of resident engineer of the Dominion Public Works at Winnipeg ; and (6) his resigna- 
tion of said position, together with all letters, telegrams, &c., interchanged between Mr Aylmer and 
any ofKcial of the public works department, in this connection. Presented 21st January, 1907. — 
Mr, Ames jN'ot printed. 

118. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all cor- 
respondence, tenders, offers of lease or purchase or occupation, of water powers under the control ot 
the government of Canada, and of any deed of alienation of the same, whether by lease or other- 
wise, situate within one hundred miles of the city of Montreal. Presented 21st January, 1907. — Mr. 
Monk Not printed. 

119. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th January, 1907, for a copy of all papers and 
correspondence in connection with registered letters lost between Bethany and Millbrook, and other 
points in the county of Durham ; more especially concerning a letter posted by one Joseph Hadden, 
of Bethany, to the Bank of Toronto, at Millbrook. Presented 24th January, 1907. — Mr. Ward. 

Not printed. 

120. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all thermo- 
graph records of temperature on ocean-going vessels taken during the past season ; stating names of 
vessel, and date of sailing, and port from whence sailing; also, stating if in cold storage chambers, 
cool air chambers, ventilated chambers, or unventilated chambers ; also, in case of ventilated cham- 
bers, stating the method of ventilation. Presented 24th January, 1907. — Mr. Smith (Wentworlh). 

Not printed. 

121. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1906, for a copy of : 1. All 
reports made from time to time by the officers of the topographical surveys branch of the depart- 
ment of the interior, in reference to land in townships 10, 11, 12 and 13, ranges 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, l2and 
!.3, west of the 4th, and townships 7, 8 and 9. ranges 8, 9, 10 and 11, west of the 4th. 2. Orders in 
council dated the 13th December, 1886, and 21st December, 1897, setting apart certain lands, viz.: 
those portions of the south half of section 7, the northwest quarter of section 9, and section 21, 
lying south and east of the river, township 12, range 12 ; that part of section 35 lying south and east 
of the river, township 11, range 13, and those portions of sections 1 and 2, lying east of the river in 
township 12, range 13, all west of the 4th meridian, as reserved for watering of stock. 3. Report of 
inspection referred to in order in council of 21st December, 1903, showing that the land referred to 
in orders in council dated 13th December, 1886, and 21st December, 1897, were no longer required 
for the purpose for which they were reserved. 4. All other reports made from time to time to date 
by oflScers of the department of the interior regarding the character and fertility of the soil, climate, 
rainfall, water supply, or topographical features of the ai-ea, or any part of the area described in 
paragraph 1 of this resolution. Presented 28th January, 1907. —ilfc. .4ni.es . . : Not printed. 

122. Orders in Council authorizing the granting of permits to foreigners and foreign corporations to bring 
fresh fish in American bottoms to any port in British Columbia, to land such fresh fish at such port 
without payment of duties and tranship the same in bond to any part of the United States of Ame- 
rica, &c. Presented 28th January, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

123. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence between the government, or any member or official thereof, and any member of the Royal 
Insurance Commission, or Mr. Shepley, K.C., or Mr. Tilley, barrister, or any other person employed 
by or on behalf of the government, relating in any way to the work of the commission, to the sub- 
jects and methods of conducting the inquiry, to suggestions as to what witnesses be called, what 
information be sought, and from whom ; together with any reports received or transmitted in refer- 
ence to the above ; and also, for a copy of all instructions issued by the government, or any member 
thereof, to the commission, or any counsel employed thereat. Presented 29th January, 1907. — Mr. 
Borden ( (Jarletun) Not printed. 

123a. Report of the Royal Commission on Life Insurance. Presented 26th February, 1907, by Hon. W. 
S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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1236. Supplementary return to 123a. Memorandum of exhibits by companies. Presented 6th March, 
by Hon. W. S. Filding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

123c. Supplementary Report of the Royal Commission on Life Insurance See No. 123h. 

123c{. Return to an address of the Senate dated 14th March, 1907, for the papers referred to as Exhibits 
Nos. 682, 686, 688, 737, 738, 740, and 741, in Sessional Paper No. 1236, being a supplementary 
return laid on the table of this house during the present session of parliament. Presented 4th 
April. — Hon. Mr. Ferguson See No. 123b. 

124t Return to an address of the Senate, dated 16th January, 1907, showing : The tenders called for the 
supply of sleepers for any part whatsoever of the Transcontinental Railway by the Commissioners 
of the Transcontinental Railway. Who are the tenderers. What are the prices asked by each of 
them. Who obtained the contract. At what price and for what quantity. Has the contractor 
begun the execution of his contract. What quantity has he delivered up to this date. To whom, 
and at what place. What amount of money has he received in payment. Pre.sented 24th .January, 
1907. — Hon. Mr. Landry . Not printed. 

125. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1906, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence between the five companies and the one individual whose hydraiilic mining leases were 
cancelled during the past year, and the government, or any department thereof. Presented 29th 
January, 1907. —Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

126. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th January, 1S07, for a copy of all papers and 
correspondence during the past year in connection with the leasing of any lands adjacent to Lake 
Manitoba for sporting or other purposes. Presented 29th January, 1907. — Mr. Sch.affner.. Not printed. 

127. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th Noveniber, 1906, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence between the government of Canada and the government of Australia, or any officials 
thereof, with reference to tariff preferences between the two countries ; and all orders in council in 
reference thereto, for the years 1904, 1905, 1906. Presented 29th January, 1907. — Mr. Borden 
( Carleton) Not printed. 

128. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, showing the number of 
acres of Indian lands .sold in each year since 1896, with the pi ice received per acre, and where 
selected in each case ; a statement of the manner in which said lands were sold in each case per 
acre, whether by public tender or private sale. If sold by tender, in how many papers were adver- 
tisements printed, in each case ; also, giving the number of days from first appearance of such 
notice until tenders were closed, in each case ; the amount paid the Indians, the expenses connected 
with the sales, and where the balance of these sales was deposited ; also, a copy of all leases given 
by this government of Indian lands in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta .and 
British Columbia, since 1896 ; with a statement showing how such lands were leased, either by 
public tender or by private arrangement. Presented 29th .January, 1907. — ]\lr. Armstronij. 

Not printed. 

129. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th January, 1907, showing : 1. How many 

cheese curing buildings in all have been erected or provided by the government. 2. Where they are 
located. 3. The cost of each one, including care, and any other expense or expenses in connection 
therewith. 4. The charge, if any, made to the users of them. 5. 'What amount the govinnment 
paid for transporting cheese from the factory to the curing rooms. The cost in connection with each 
factory, and the aggregate of all such costs up to date. 6. Who paid the charge for transportation 
from curing room when shipping ; and if paid by the government, the aggregate of such costs to 
date. 7. The number of cheese manufacturers who have taken advantage of these curing rooms, 
and how many cheese have been stored by each, year by year, and the length of time each con- 
signment has remained in the curing room. 8. The intention of the government to continue the 
use of these curing rooms for the future, or to extend them. 9. What disposition is to be made of 
those now owned by the government. Presented 1st February, 1907. — Mr. Sproule. . . .Not printed. 

130. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th December, 1906, for a copy of all jjaiiers, 
and correspondence between the department of marine and fisheries and any person or persons, with 
reference to the sending of assistance and lifeboats to the relief of vessels recently wrecked on the 
north side of Prince Edward Island ; and also papers and correspondence with reference to establish- 
ing life-saviner stations and appliances at different points around the coast of Prince Edward Island. 
Presented 4th February, 1907. — Mr. Lefurgey Not printed. 

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131. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 190R, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence and documents on file referring to the sale of any timber upon what is known as the 
" Light House " reserve, on Hope Island, in the Georgian Bay. Presented 4th February, 1907. — 
Mr. Bennett N'ot printed. 

132. Copies of all correspondence between the Clerk of the Senate, and the Department of the Auditor 
General, and that of the Department of Justice, relating to the payment of sessional indemnity and 
travelling expenses to senators. Presented 1st February, 1907, by the Hon. The Speaker. 

Not printed. 

133. Pay and Allowances Regulations for the Canadian militia, to have effect from the 1st January, 1907. 
Presented 6th i^ebruary, 1907, by Sir Frederick Borden Not printed. 

134. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th January, 1907, for a copy of all accounts, 
vouchers, correspondence, documents and papers relating to the purcha.se of supplies forwarded or 
intended to be forwarded to Kingston, Jamaica, for the relief or assistance of sufferers from the 
recent disaster in that city. Presented Gth February, \907.-— Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

135. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 23rd February, 1907, asking for the production before the 
house of all papers, ciders, rules, charges, reports of inquiries, evidence, and judgment rendered, by 
any council of war or court-martial whatsoever, concerning a soldier of the ordnance corps hy the 
name of Telesphore Roy, at Quebec, accused and found guilty of any offence whatsoever, and 
sentenced on that account to cells and hard labour ; together with all documents relating to this 
matter, bufore and after the charge and the judgment of the military couit ; the names of the com- 
plainant, of the officers who sat on the court-martial, of the defender of the accused, of those who 
confirmed the judgment ; and a copy of the record upon which were based both the judgment of the 
court martial and the confirmation by superior authority of the judgment rendered. Presented Gth 
February, 1907. — Ho7i. Mr. Landry. Not printed. 

136. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, contracts, reports of experts or officials, and of all correspondence relating to the adoption 
and purchase of 250 subtarget guns, by the department of militia, and especially all letters passing 
between the Ontario Sub-Target Company (Limited), Mr. J. H. Jewell, Mr. Hartley Devvart, K.C., 
or any director or shareholder of the Sub-Target Company, and the Minister of Militia, or his 
private secretary, in reference to purchases or contracts, or agreements to purchase, either proposed 
or consummated, and payments made thereon or in pursuance thereof. Presented 7th February, 
1907.— Afr. Foster Not printed. 

136a. Supplementary return to No. 136. Presented 20th March, 1907 Not printed. 

137. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated .30th .January, 1907, for a copy of documents 
relating to the Metlakatla Indian Reserve, that is to say, a certain agreement with the province of 
Prince Edward Island in or about the year 1870, and mentioned in an order in council bearing date 
2nd April, 1906, the said order in council and all recent correspondence dealing with the reserve. 
Presented 7th February, 1907. — Mr. Borden (Carletcm) Not printed. 

138. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council. Agreements, valuations, reports, memoranda, letters, telegrams, correspondence, docu- 
ments and papers, in connection with the sale or grant by the government of Canada, or any depart- 
ment thereof, since 1st January, 1905, of any public lands or public domain, other than to actual 
settlers. Presented 7th February, 1907. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) Not printed. 

139. Return of the names of all persons appointed to or promoted in the Civil Service of Canada, during 
the calendar year 1906. Presented 14th February, 1907, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

1 40. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th January, 1907, for a copy of all orders in 
council, rules or regulations governing the operation and management of the Government Printing 
Bureau. Presented 14th February, 1907. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

141. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence concerning the retirement from office of Mr. Talbot, late postmaster at Cannington, Ontario. 
Presented 14th February, 1907. — Mr. Hughes (Victoria) Not printed. 

142. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th .January, 1907, showing what life-saving 
stations are maintained on the sea coasts and inland waters of Canada, when the same were erected, 
respectively, and at what cost, respectively, and the cost of maintenance of each of same, during the 
last ten years. Presented 14th February, \WI.—Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

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143. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 30th January, 1907, for a copy of all papers, 
memorials, memorandums, documents and correspondence between the provincial assembly and 
provincial government of Manitoba, and the Dominion Parliament and Dominion Government 
during the past ten years, in reference to the extension of the boundaries of Manitoba. Presented 
18ch February, 1907. — Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

144. Despatches and orders in council relative to Colonial Conference, 1907, fr^m 20th April, 1905, to 
15th February, 1907. Presented 18th February, 1907. by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

145. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th January, 1907, for a copy of all orders 
in council, letters, papers, correspondence and documents relating to or connected with the resign- 
ation of Mr. Alexander Henderson as judge of the county court of British Columbia. Presented 
18th February, 1907. — Mr. Borden (Carleton) JVot printed. 

146. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th Februaiy, 1907, showing the number of 
porsons employed in the House of Commons, (a) as permanent employees, and in what capacity ; (h) 
as >:essional employees, and in what capacity ; (c) the salary of each such employee ; [d) the name of 
each employee of the house, or connected with the service of the house, as translators or otherwise, 
not living at Ottawa ; {e) where each employee lives, and what his salary or remuneration is. Pre- 
sented 18th February, 1907. — Mr. Bergeron Not printed. 

146a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1907, showing where all the 
clerical work of the House of Commons is done, (a) the ordinary routine work ; (6) all the transla- 
•iion ; (c) how much is paid to translators not living in Ottawa, or working at their homes in Ottawa, 
per day, or how paid ; (d) how much was paid last year for all such services in the House of Com- 
mons. Presented 18th February, 1907. — Mr. Bergeron Not printed. 

147. Copy of order in council respecting the landing of fresh fish in American bottoms and the purchase 
of supplies by such vessels, in ports of British Columbia, — and also copy of instructions to the collec- 
tor of customs, Vancouver, B.C., respecting the same. Presented 19th February, 1907, by Hon. 
W. Paterson Not j)rinted. 

148. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1907, for a copy of all orders 
in council, reports, letters, telegrams, accounts, vouchers, documents and other papers since the 1st 
January, 1902, relating to the surrender of the whole or any portion of the Nipissing Indian Reserve. 
Presented 20th February, 1907. — Mr. Taylor Not printed. 

149. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 29th of January, 1907, for copies of all reports received by 
the government or any member thereof, relating to the establishment of an experimental branch 
farm in Prince Edward Island, and any order in council made regarding the same ; also a statement 
showing what tract of land, if any, has been purchased for the purposes of the said farm, where it is 
located, the number of acres acquired, the price paid for the same, and the name of the vendor. 
Presented 19th February, 1907. —Hon. Mr. Ferguson . Not printed . 

150. Return (in s» far as the department of the interior is concerned) to an address of the House of 
Commons, dated 6th February, 1907, for a copy of all orders in council in connection with the land 
grants or subsidies to the following railways : The Manitoba and Southeastern Railway Company, 
the Lake Manitoba Railway and Canal Company, the Hudson Bay Railway Company, the Winni- 
peg and Great Northern Railway Company, and all other railways now part of The Canadian 
Northern Railway Company's system, we.st of the province of Ontario. Presented 21st February, 
1907. — Mr. McCarthy (Calgary) Not printed. 

161. Correspondence respecting the vacancy on the Bench of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Pre- 
sented 21st February, 1907, by Hon. A. B. Aylesworth Not printed. 

162. A statement [of the affairs of the British Canadian Loan and Investment Company, as on 31st 
December, 1906. Presented 22nd February, 1907, by the Hon. The Speaker Not printed, 

163. Return to an order of the House of Common.s, dated 6th February, 1907, showing : In respect of 
items " Locomotive and car shops, and land purchase at Moncton, $540,000" and " New machinery 
for locomotive and car shops, S72,500", in the Appropriation Act of 1906, Schedule B, page 29, all 
expenditures made thereunder up to December 31st, 1906, said statement to specify in respect of 
each payment, the date of the transaction, the nature of the goods supplied or service rendered, 
name of the person or company to whom the consideration was paid. Presented 25th February, 
1907.— il/r. Crocket Not printed. 

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154. Recurn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 21st .January, 1907, for a copy of all reports, 
papers, surveys, estimates, correspondence and other documents, with reference to the proposed 
branch line from the Prince Edward Island Railway at or near O'Leary, to a point at or near West 
Cape. Presented 25th February, 1907. — Mr. Lefurgey Not printed. 

155a Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence, contracts, appointments of overseers, in respect to Port Bruce Harbour, in the county of 
Elgin, Ontario, since 1st January, 1903 ; also a return showing voucher pay-sheets, amount of new 
material used, from whom purchased, of all day or contract work on said harbour, giving the names 
of overseers and when appointed, from same date. Pre-ented 26th February, 1907. — Mr. Marshall . 

Not printed. 

156. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1907, showing : 1. What govern- 
ment dredges operated in the maritime provinces during the years 1900-1, 1901-2, 1902-3, 1903-4, 
1904-5, 1905 6. 2. At what ports or places in the maritime provinces dredging was carried on 
during said years, giving the name of the dredge t)perating in each place, the number of days each 
dredge was employed, and the number of cubic yards excavated at each place where dredging was 
carried on. 3. Where said dredges are at present. Presented 26th February, 1907. — Mr. Sinclair, 

Not printed . 

157. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, valuations, letters, telegrams, correspondence, memoranda, conveyances and other docu 
ments and paper.s, from the first day of .January, 1900, to the present time, relating to the proposa 
to acquire lands at Truro, Nova Scotia, for the InterctJlonial Railway, and especially all such docu- 
ments as aforesaid relating to the acquisition of land purchased by the Crown from H. W. Yuill by 
deed bearing date on or about the 17th October, 1904 ; also a copy of conveyances bearing date in 
October, 1904, under which the said Yuill acquired the said property ; also all reports touching the 
question of sites for the construction of a round-house at Truro. Presented 28th Februarj-, 1907. — 
Mr. Borden (Carlcton) Not printed. 

158. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, showing : 1. What work 
the Railway Department ordered and performed at public expense to rail and ballast the whole or 
part of a branch railway from the Intercolonial Railway to the Wallace Quarries, Cumberland 
County, Nova Scotia, and what length was railed or ballasted. 2. From what point and for what 
distance the department conveyed ballast for the said work. 3. The length of said branch line. 4. 
Why the said branch line was not extended to Wallace Village, and what distance farther than 
constructed it would be necessary to build to give Wallace Village rail connection. 5. If the depart- 
ment hauls cars to said Wallace Qnarries at public expense, and why it is done. 6. If shunting 
charge on the said branch line was cancelled, when it was cancelled, and for what reason. 7. At 
whose instance or request, or for whose benefit the above-mentioned work was done, and the shunt- 
ing charge cancelled. 8. How much the department has expended for work on construction of said 
branch line. 9. Who the owners or operators of the s.aid Wallace Quarries are. 10. What the 
freight rates collected by the department over the said branch lines ate. 11. What similar or any 
concessions in the matter of construction, reduction of freight rates, or cancellation of shunting 
charges, to or in relation to any other quarries operated at or near Wallace have been granted by the 
department. 12. What other quarries operating at or near Wallace, and doing busine.ss over the 
Intercolonial Railway, are charged freight rates or shunting charges, or both, upon or in respect to 
any branch line used by them. 13. What companies are so operating, and what charges the depart- 
ment makes against them. 14. What owners or operators of the Wallace Quarries above-mentioned 
are related to the minister of railways, who they are, and how related. Presented 28th February, 
1907. — Mr. McLean (Qtceen's) Not printed. 

159. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1907, showing : Summary of 
dtock, implements, chattels, grain, hay, roots, and all other kinds of fodder, and their value, on the 
first day of December, for the years 1905-1906 on the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Pre- 
sented 28th February, 1907.— Mr. Jackson (Elf/in) . . Not printed. 

160. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, for a copy of the oorres 
pondeiice, telegrams, tenders, and engineer's estimate, in reference to letting the contract for the 
construction of extension pier at Port Daniel, in county of Bonaventure, on 30th May, 1904. Pre 
sen ted 1st March, 1907. — Mr. Martin (Queen's) Not printed. 

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161. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated Sni December, 1906, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, contracts, appointments of overseers, in respect to Port Burwell Harbour, in the county 
of Elgin, Ontario, since 1st January, 1905 ; also a return showing pay-sheets, amount of new 
material used, from whom purchased, of all day or contract work on said harbour, giving names of 
overseers, and when appointed from the same date. Presented 1st Ma,rch, V,07.— Mr. MarshalL 

Not printed. 

162. Copy of Deed, Joseph H. Henderson et ux to His Majesty the King, for 34.78 acres of land in the 
city of Halifax, N.S., for the Intercolonial Railway. Pre.^ented 1st March, 1907. by Hon. H. R. 
Emmerson Not printed. 

163. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 190G, showing : 1. The present 
indebtedness to the Dominion Government of the Montreal Turnpike Trust, (a) on capital account ; 
(b) for arrears of interest. 2. The amount collected at each toll-gate belonging to the said Turnpike 
Trust during the year ending 31st December, 1905. 3. The names of all parties who have com- 
muted their tolls, and the amount of commutation paid in each case. 4. The amounts expended on 
each section or road division under the control of said trust, during the said year, ending 31st 
December, 1905, and the contracts given out during the year, with the name of the contractor, and 
the date and amount involved in each case. 5. The amount i)aid out during the said year at each 
toll-gate and check-gate for salaries of day and night keepers, and other expenditures at each of the 
toll-gates maintained. 6. The names of all parties holding passes for free use of the road, under the 
control of said trust, during the said year. 7. The expense of the said trust during the said year, for 
rent, sal.aries of the office, giving name and remuneration of each official. 8. The actual indebted- 
ness in detail of the said trust, ouiside of its bonds, due to the government of Canada. 9. The 
amount collected during the year 1905 from municipalities, under special agreements made, as their 
iihare, pro rata, of the bonded indebtedness of the Turnpike Trust. Presented 1st March, 1907. — Mr. 
Monk Not printed. 

164. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 16th January, 1907, showing : 1. What amounts 
were paid into the office of the receiver general during the fiscal year 1905-1906 on account of con- 
tractors' deposits for .security, and by what contractors these sums were paid. 2. The deiJosits 
forfeited to the government during the said fiscal year, names of the contractors and the amounts 
so forfeited. 3. Cheques received as security from contractors during the said fiscal year, held by 
the departments which received them, and from whom they were received. 4. The total amount 
now in the hands of the receiver general and of the several departments, respectively, belonging 
to this account. Presented 1st March, 1907 . — Mr. Foster Not printed. 

165. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 10th December 1906, (in so far as the 
department of customs is concerned), for a copy of all orders in council, correspondence, and all 
other papers, relating to the Standard Chemical Company (Limited), or Peuchen & Co., in its deal- 
ings with the Customs and Inland Revenue Departments, from the date of the incorporation of the 
said company to the present date. Presented 1st March, 1907. — Mr. Bobitaille Not printed. 

166. Return (in so far as the department of the interior is concerned) to an address of the Senate dated 
7th February, 1907, calling for the orders in council of the 11th of May, 1885, and the 5th of March, 
189.'3, allotting lands in the Northwest Territories under the authority of the Act of 1884, chapter 25,. 
secti<m 7, and all orders in council passed since 1895, relating to grants of lands for this purpose. 
Also copies of all contracts between the Canadian Northern Railway Company and the g(jvernment 
relating to the construction of a line of railway to the Hudson Bay or any portion of the said line of 
railway. Presented 21st February, 1907. — fl^on. Mr. Ferguson Not printed. 

167. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th January 1907, showing all timber lands in 
the railway belt in the province of British Columbia, sold or leased by the government, or any 
department thereof, since the 1st July, 1896, the description and area of such lots, the applications 
made therefor, the notice of advertisement for sale or tender, the tenders received, the amount of 
each tender, the tenrlers accepted, the name and address of the person or company to whom each lot 
was sold or leased. Presented 4th March, 1907.— Mr. McCarthy (Ccdgary) Not printed. 

167a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1907, showing : The tiuiber lands 
sold or leased by the department of the interior subsequent to the date of those included in Sessional 
Paper No. 90, brought down to the house on the 9th of April, 1906 ; the description and area of 
such lands, the applications made therefor, the notice of advertisement for sale or tender, the 
tenders received, the amount of each tender, the tenders accepted, the name of the person or com- 

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pany to whom each lot was sold or leased, and the name and address of each person or company to 
whom any of such leases have been transferred. Presented 0th April, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 
1676. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th April, 1907, showing, in respect of timber 
berths Nos. 824, 1062, 1107, 1108, 1171 and 1212, all bonuses, rentals or dues paid to date by the 
lessees or other assigns to the government, together with a copy of all applications, correspondence, 
reports, advertisements, tenders, leases, transfers, or memoranda of any description, and a copy of 
the regulations of the department of the interior in force at the time said timber berths were leased, 
and the corresponding regulations in force at the present time. Presented 2Gth April, 1907. — 
Mr, Boyee Not printed. 

168. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th March, 1907, showing: 1. How much 
money has been paid by the government of Canada in the form of bounties on leid. 2. To what 
companies the same has been paid. 3. Where the mines are located. Presented 4th March, 1907. — 
Mr. Marshdl Not printed. 

169. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, reports and letters, between this government and the government of the .United States, 
relating to rural free delivery. Presented 5th March, 1907 — Mr. Armstrong Not jirintcd. 

170. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, showing the names of the 
employees of the Brandon Post Office during the j'ear ending June 30th, 1906, and salaries received 
by them, respectively ; also names and salaries of those now employed in the office ; also amount 
paid by the postmaster for help and expenses for year ending June 30th, 1906. Presented 5th 
March, 1907. — Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, contracts, appointments of overseers, in respect to Port Stanley Harbour, in the county 
of Elgin, Ontario, since 1st January, 1905 ; also a return showing pay-sheets, amount of new 
material used, from whom purchased, of all day or contract work on said harbour, giving names of 
overseers, and when appointed from the same date. Presented 5th March, 1907. — Mr. MarsMU. 

Not printed. 

172. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th January, 1907, showing: In respect of 
the special inspection undertaken in April last of all unpatented homesteads entered for prior to 
1st September, 1905, in the Alameda, Battleford, Regina and Yorkton land districts (referred to in 
Part I, page 4, of the Report of the Department of the Interior, 1905-6 : [a] the report of the 
Inspector of Dominion Land Agencies ; (h) the instructions issued to the several land agents and 
homestead inspectors ; ic) all correspondence between the department of the interior and the afore- 
said agencies in respect to the necessity or desirability of such inspection, the manner in which it 
should be conducted, and the action to be taken in consequence of the facts brought out by such 
inspection. Presented 6th March, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

173. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 13th June, 190C, for a copy of the correspondence ex- 
changed between the Honourable Mr. Landry and the Right Honourable Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and 
between the latter and the Department of Militia and Defence, on the subject of the refusal by that 
department to translate and to cause to be published in French the regulations for the militia which 
were published, in English only, in the Canada Gazette, of the 5th May last. Presented 5th March, 
1907. — Hon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 

174. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1907, for a copy of all regula- 
tions submitted by the government to trans-Atlantic steamship companies for their guidance in 
regard to stowing of perishable products, or temperatures to be maintained in cold storage, or cold 
air chambers, or ventilation required in ordinary storage cha.nbers on their steamships. Presented 
7th March, \9Q1.—Mr. Smith ( Wentworth) Not printed. 

175. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd January, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence and written communications between judges'of the Provincial Courts and the Minister of 
Justice, or any member or official of the government, since the passing of the Dominion Act 4-5 
Edward VII, chapter 31, in reference to section 7 of said Act, or in reference to judges acting as 
executors, administrators or trustees of estates, directors or managers of companies, corporations or 
firms, or arbitrators, umpires or referees in matters of controversy, or engaging in other extrajudicial 
work; and inchiding a copy of a circular letter to judges issued by the Minister of Justice, and 
referred to by the Minister in Hansard for First Session of 1906, at page 869, and of the answers of 
the judges to the circular. Presented 8th March, 1907. — Mr. Lennox Not printed. 

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1 76. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th January, 1907, for a copy of the report of 
Mr. C. W. Speors, General Colonization Agent, in respect of the .special inspection-and enumeration 
which was made of the Doukhobor colonies during the year 1905-6, together with the instructions 
which led up to it, and the report of the inspectors engaged in the work (without census sheets), and 
any correspondence in connection with or'ariaing out of the same. Presented 8th March, 1907. — Mr. 
Ames : iVoi printed. 

177. Keturn to an order of the House of Commns, dated 28th February, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence in regard to the mission of W. L. Mackenzie King, Deputy Minister of Labour, to England, 
to secure legislation by the British Parliament to prevent fraudulent representations being made in 
that country to induce emigration to Canada ; also a copy of the legislation enacted as a result of 
such mission. Presented 8th March, 1907. — Mr. Smith (Nanaimo) Not printed. 

178. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1907, for a copy of the report 
respectmg the selection and location of 3,.500,000 acres in the Peace River District of British Colum- 
bia, which has been prep.ired upon the exploratory survey mentioned by the Minister of the Interior 
on the 7th February in the House of Commons. Presanted 11th March, 1907. — Mr. Borden (Car- 
leton) Print cd for sessional papers. 

179. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1907, showing all timber 
licenses over Indian lands in the territorial district of Algoma granted or rented by the government 
since 1896 ; returns of such licenses or rentals, the area covered by each of the same, the names 
and address of the several licensees, and the prices or rentals paid, respectively, and any conditions 
which may be attached to the same, respectively. Presented 12th March, 1907. — Mr. Boyce 

Not printed. 

180. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th February, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, documents and papers, accounts, agreements, grants and memoranda respecting the appli- 
cation for and sale of timber lands in the townships of Fisher, Haviland and Tilley, in the district 
of Algoma, on the 21st of November, 1900, by the Superintendent General of Indian Affairs, to 
Messrs. Wilson, Reeser and Philp. Presented 12th March, 1907. — Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

181. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, for a copy of all reports 
made by superintendents of experimental farms in Canada regarding the results of experiments 
made during the past season to test the vakie of fish scrap produced at the government reduction 
works at Canso, Nova Scotia, as a fertilizer. Presented 12th March, 1907. — Mr. Sinclair. Not printed. 

182. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th February, 1907, showing what statistical 
matter has been omitted from the Canada Year-book, 1905, which it has been customary to include 
in the Year-book of former years ; and also where such omitted information can be found if published 
elsewhere. Presented 12th March, 1907. — Mr. Kemp Not printed. 

183. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, showing : 1. What control 
the gover nment has over the teachers in the Indian schools of Canada. 2. Whether or not the 
teachers are compelled by law to have certificates before accepting a position in the Indian schools 
of Canada. 3. How many teachers in the Indian schools of Canada have first class certificates, how 
many second class certificates, how many third class certificates, and how many are teaching on per- 
mits. 4. What standard of school books are used in said schools, and if said books are issued under 
instructions, from the department of Indian affairs, or issued by the de partment, or by what autho- 
rity said books are issued, and who has charge of the issuing of such books. 5. Any regulations 
relating to education of Indians passed by this government since 1896, and the nature of said regu- 
lations. 6. The regulations, if any, that have been passed since 1896 relating to teachers in Indian 
schools. Presented 13th March, 1907. — Mr. Armstrong Not printed. 

184. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th February, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence had between the Attorney General of New Brunswick, or any other member of the New 
Brunswick government, and the Minister of Justice, or any other member of the Dominion govern- 
ment, touching or in any way relating to the reorganization of the Supreme Court of New Bruns- 
wick. Presented 13th March, VMl .—Mr. Crocket Not printed. 

185. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1907, showing: 1. The names 
of every officer, nou-commissioned officer and man, of the Second Rifles Royal Canadian Regiment, 
the Canadian Mounted Rifles, the Royal Canadian Field Artillery, and the Strathcona Horse, and 
the South African Constabulary, who enlisted from the province of British Columbia, in order to 
take part in active military operations in South Africa. 2. The names of all British Columbians 

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who served with or embarked for service with the British forces in South Africa who were not mem- 
bers of the above corps. 3. The names of all British Columbians who were regularly appointed to 
the medical staff, and were actively engaged in said military operations. 4. The names of nurses, 
hospital dressers, and orderlies, resident in British Columbia, who were actively engaged in said 
military operations. Presented 13th March, 1907. — J/'-. JRoss (Yale-Cariboo) Not printed. 

186. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd January, 1907, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence, with the papers and reports made by superior officers of the Department of Marine and 
Fisheries, or by Captain Wakeham, or any other person, regarding the dismissal from the service of 
R. P. Dube, second mate on board La Canadienne ; also for a copy (jf the report made by the said 
R. P. Dube to the Department of Marine and Fisheries regarding the fire on the Aherdecn, on the 
10th November, 1905. Presented 13th March, 1907. — Mr. Gauvrcau Not printed. 

187. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated Uth February. 1907, for a copy of the record 
and all proceedings in the suit in the Exchequer Court of Canada between the King, on the infor- 
mation of the Attorney General of the Dominion of Can ada, and H. E. Lyon, plaintiffs, and Mal- 
colm McKenzie and Felix A. Montalbetti, defendants, including all correspondence in connection 
therewith between the Department of Justice and the Department of the Interior, or any officers 
thereof, respectively, and between either of the said departments, or any officers thereof, and any 
other person or persons whatsoever ; and including all documents or memorandum in any way relat- 
ing to the said suit, including instructions to counsel engaged therein on behalf of the plaintiffs ; and 
also all documents on file in the Department of the Interior, relating to the northeast quarter of 
section 35, in township 7, range 4, west of the 5th meridian. Presented 18th March, 1907. — Mr. 
Herron Not printed. 

1 87a. Supplementary return to No. 187. Presented 10th April, 1907 Nut printed . 

188. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd January, 1907, showing: All sales of 
Dominion lands of 160 acres and upwards, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, which have 
been made by the government, exclusive of school lands, since the 1st January, 1905, with the price 
obtained, and dates of sale. Presented 19th Maroh, 1907. — Mr. Lake Not printed. 

189. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 6th March, 1907, for copies of all correspondence between 
the government of Canada or any member thereof with any person whatsoever, and any report from 
any officer of the government regarding the question of pensions oy the state to deserving persons 
of advanced age; and also a copy, of a Bill referred to by the Right Honourable the Minister of 
Trade and Commerce during a speech made by him in the Senate on the 28th February last, dealing 
with the sale of annuities by the government of Canada. Presented 19th March, 1907. — Hon. Mr. 
Ferijuson Not printed. 

190. A statement in pursuance of section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act for the year ending 30th 
June, 1906. Presented (Senate) 15th March, 1907, by Hon. R. W. Scott Not printed. 

191. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 190C, for copies of all orders in 
council, reports, memoranda, correspondence, valuation, documents and papers, of every kind and 
nature and description, relating to the property situated on the south side of Spring Garden Road, 
in the city of Halifax, upon which the old drill shed was or is situated ; or relating to the leasing, 
conveying, disposal, or user of the said property, or of any property conveyed to the crown in con- 
sideration or in part consideration therefor. Presented 22nd March, 1907. — Mr. Foviler . .Not printed. 

192. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, for a copy of all reports or 
correspondence between the Railway Commission and the Department of Justice, concerning the 
trial of one Atkinson, on a charge of manslaughter, in connection with the collision which took 
place on the Grand Trunk Railway at Richmond, Quebec, in August, 1904. Presented 22nd 
March, 1907. — Mr. Worthington Not printed. 

193. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1907, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, telegrams, orders in council, and all other papers and documents in possession of the 
government, or any member or official thereof, in any way relating to the purchase by the govern- 
ment of what is known as the Warburton property in Charlotteown, for a rifle range, and a right 
of way for approach to the Hillsboro' bridge. Presented 25th March, 1907. — Mr. Leftirgey. 

Not printed. 
193a. Supplementary return to No. 193. Presented 1,5th April, 1907 Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

194. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
ill council, advertisements for tenders, tenders, specifications of every kind, plans, drawings, 
reports, letters, telegrams, correspondence, contracts, agreements and other documents and papers 
of every kind, touching or relating to the construction of immigration buildings in the city of 
Winnipeg, since 1st January, 1900. Presented 25th March. 1907. — 71/r. Borden (Carlcton). 

Not printed. 
194a. Supplementary return to 194. Presented 19th April, 1907 Not printeel. 

195. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th Miirch, 1907, showing: The number of 
desks of every kind and description, with prices of the same, bought for the House of Commons by 
the government, since 1896. (Particulars of purchases by Stationery Branch and the Sergeant-at- 
Arms. ) Presented 25th March, 1907. — Mr. Bergeron iVot printed 

196. Return to an order of the House of Uomiaons, dated 1th March, 1907, showing: 1. The chief differences 
in principle between the Ross rifle and the Siiider-Entield, the Martini-Henry and the Lee-Enfield. 

2. The average annual number of each, the Ross rifle and the Lee-Enfield rifle, manufactured. 

3. The various kinds of rifle "sights" for which- adoption has been sought in recent years. 4. The 
number of accidents to men in Canada from each, the Lee-Knfield and the Ross rifle. 5. The break- 
ages or disabled rifles of each class recorded. Presented 25th March, 1907. — Mr. Hughes (Victoria). 

Not printeel. 

197. Return to an addre-s of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, advertisements for tenders, tenders, specifications, plans and drawings, reports, letters, 
telegrams, correspondence, contracts and other documents and papers of every kind, touchiflg or 
relating to the construction of a post office building at Vancouver, British Columbia. Presented 
27th March, 1907. — Af?-. Borden [(Carleton) Not printed. 

198. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, for a copy of all letters, 
reports and other papers connected with the cutting of a channel into a lake at Red Head, Shelburne 
Co., N.S., for the purpose of connecting it with the sea. Presented 2nd April, 1907. — Mr. Quna. 

Not printed. 

199. Return to an order of the House of Commons, d.ntod 14th January, 1907, showing : The number of 
miles of government telegraph lines, respectively, in each of the provinces and districts of Canada, 
the points between wliich they run, and the various stations on each line, and population of the same, 
the working expenses and receipts, respectively of each station and line for the ten years ending 
December 31st, 1906 ; the amount that has been spent yearly during the ten past years, (a) on con- 
struction of new lines or e-xtensions ; (b) on repairs and maintenance of existing lines ; and the total 
expenditure for, (a) construction ; (h) repairs and maintenance of the present government telegraph 
lines, and the receipts and working expenses thereof by years. Presented 27th April, 1907. — Mr. 
Foster Not printed. 

200. Return to an address of the House of Conmions, dated 28th March, 1906, showing : 1. What pro- 
prietary rights, or rights of licensing, or control or other rights, if any, are vested in the government 
of Canada or the crown, in the right of Canada in respect to (a) sea fisheries ; (h) inland fisheries in 
each province. 2. What such rights are vested in each provincial government or the crown in the 
right of each provincial government, in respeit of the matter aforesaid. 3. What rights, powers or 
jurisdiction to lease or otherwise regulate or control, manage or interfere with sea or inland fisheries, 
are exercised by the federal government or any department thereof. 4. What such rights, powers 
or jurisdiction, if any, are exercised by any provincial government or department thereof. 5. What 
jurisdiction to legislate is possessed or exercised by, (a) the parliament of Canada; (6) any provincial 
legislature with respect to : (c) sea fisheries, or (d) inland fisheries in regard to : (e) proprietary 
rights ; (f) licensing; (g) other regulations ; (h) control or management. 6. Whether any differ- 
ences or disputes between any provincial government and the federal government now exist with 
respect to any of the matters above mentioned ; and, if so, a statement of the exact nature and form 
of such disputes or differences. Presented 10th April, 1907.— ilf?-. Borden (Carleton). . . .Not printed. 

201. Copy of amendment to the Postal Convention of .January, 1888, between Canada and the United 
States. Presented 11th April, 1907, by Hon. R. Lem eux Not printed. 

202. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1907, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, telegrams, reports, and all other information in the possession of the government, or any 
member or official thereof, in reference to winter communication, and the construction of a tunnel 
between Prince Edward Island and the mainland of Canada. Presented 12th April, 1907.— ilfr. 
Martin [Queen's) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

202f(. Supplementary return to 202. Presented 17tli April, 1907 N'ot printed. 

203. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30tli January, 190", showing what wrecks have 
' been reported to the Department of Marine and Fisheries of Canada, wliich have occurred on the 

3reatLake3, that is, Lakes Huron and Superior, since the first day of May, 1882; showing what 
loss of life occurred as a consequence of each wreck, the reported or ascertained cause of the wreck, 
showing in each case whether there was an investigation into the cause of the wreck, the tonnage 
and approximate value of each vessel and cargo lost. Presented 12th April, 1907. — Mr. Boyce. 

Not printed. 

204. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd December, 1906, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence between the postmaster general's department and any person or persons, relating to the 
forbidding the use of the mails to the newsi)aper known as Lowrcy's Claim, and copies of the articles 
complained of. Presented 15th April, \%i)~.—Mr. Oalliher Not printed. 

20.5. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th November, 1906, showing the names, 
places of residence, places or ports where shipped, and dates when shipped, of the officers and crews 
of the steamer.s Minto, Stanley and Princess ; and also of the dredges W. S. Fielding, St. Lawrence 
and George M'V.Kcnzie. Presented 12th .'\.i>ril, 19)7. — Mr. McLean (Queen's) Not printed. 

205a. Return to an address of the Senate dated 27tli February, 1907, asking for a statement showing : 1. 
How many men are now or have been employed on the government steamer Montcalm, giving the 
name of each, the date of his employment, the nature of his duties, the amount of his remuneration, 
.and stating in each case wlietlier the employment has been permanent or tcmjjorary. 2. What ser- 
vice or services has the said steamer been engaged in, since her construction. If there have been 
different services the statement to show definitely the time devoted to each service. 3. At what 
places in the St. Lawrence or elsewhere has the said steamer operated in ice-breaking, and to what 
extent has such operation resulted in opening passages for ordinary shipping. 4. What has been the 
total cost of maintenance of said steamer, including wages, fuel, repairs, board of crew, and other 
expenses, from the time she commenced service (the date to be stated) up to the 25th instant. 5. 
And showing the tonnage, horse-power, and original cost of said steamer. Presented 17th Aprd, 
1907. — 5^071. Mr. Ferguson Not printed. 

206. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 190G, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence between the Winnipeg Board of Trade and any other body or individual and the govern- 
ment or any department thereof, relating to the restriction of fishing on Lake Winnipeg. Presented 
12th April, 1907.— Afr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed . 

207. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th December, 1G06, for : 1. A copy of all 
leases and agreements between the government, represented by the Deparment of Marine and 
Fisheries, and (a) the Athabasca Fish Company (.J. K. McKenzie, Selkirk, Manitoba), or their 
assigns, Messrs. Butterfield & Dee ; (i) A. MoNee, Windsor, Ontario ; (c) the British American Fish 
Corporation of Montreal and Selkirk (F. H. Markey). 2. A copy of all reports, corres])ondence or 
documents, relating to or touching upon the application for securing of, transfer of, or enjoyment of 
any privileges under said leases. 3. A statement of all rentals, bonuses, or payments to the govern- 
ment in respect of such leases to date. 4. All information in the possession of or prooirable by the 
government with referenc'b to (a) the number of tugs, bo its and men employed ; (6) the quantity and 
value of nets used ; (c) the number and value of fish taken ; (d) the ciuantity of fish exported under 
each of said leases during the last perioa cf twelve months, for which such figures are available. 
Presented 12th April, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed . 

208. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th January, 1907, showing, in respect of all 
contracts since 1st .Tanuary, 1904, between the government and the Gallena Oil Company, of 
Toronto, for sup])lies to any of the railways of the government : 1. The tenders upon which con" 
tracts were based, and all tenders made by other parties for such contracts. 2. All correspondence 
and communications of the department and officers thereof, with theseveral tenderers or contractors, 
relating to such contracts, or tenders or supplies ; also all correspondence and communications 
between such officers, relating to such tenders, contracts or supplies. 3. All advertisements, notices, 
statements, accounts, papers and vouchers, relating to such contracts or supplies, or payments 
thereof. Presented 15th April, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed. 

209. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th January, 1907, for a copy of all reports, 
instructions, plans, agreements or documents, of every description, in the possession of the govern- 
ment, concerning, relating to, or touching upon the location, the erection, or the equipment of new 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IZ— Continued. 

locomotive and car shops at Moncton, or the purchase of new machinery for the same. Presented 
15th April, 1907. — Mr. Ames N'ot printed. 

210. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th of March, 1907, showing the total amount 
of money in banks, to the credit of the government, at the end of each month during the year 1906, 
and the name of each bank. Presented 15th April, 1907. — Mr. Armstrong Not printed. 

211. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th February, 1907, showing all the mineral, 
coal and other lands, water-powers, and other franchises in the vicinity of Grand Falls, on the 
Hamilton River, and also in the District of Mackenzie ; and also in the Territory of Ungava, that 
have been applied for, leased, granted, disposed of, or otherwise dealt with, since the year 1896 ; 
together with the names and addresses of the applicants, lessees and purchasers, the prices paid, the 
quantity of land alienated, and the conditions, if any, attached to each of the grants or dispositions. 
Presented 17th April, 1907. —Mr. Boyce Not printed. 

212. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1907, for a copy of all papers, 
reports and correspondence, in connection with the Doukhobor colonies in Saskatchewan, from 
October 1st, 1906, to date. Presented 17th April, 1907.— ilfr.Casfe Not printed. 

213. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 8th April, 1907, for a copy of all memorials, 
petitions, resolutions, correspondence or documents of any description in the possession of the govern- 
ment, lelating to or referring to the recent appointment of a senator to represent the district of 
Rougemont. Presented 17th April, 1907. — Mr. Ames Not printed, 

214. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, showing : 1. What works 
of a public nature have been undertaken in the counties of Compton, Richmond and Sherbrooke, 
respectively, by any department of this government since 1896 to date. 2. All sums of money, apart 
from the usual expenditure in connection with the maintenance of postal and customs department, 
that have been expended in these counties, respectively, since that date. 3. For what .purposes 
these sums were expended, and to whom paid. Presented 19th April, 1907. — Mr. Worthington. 

Not printed. 

216. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 18th December, 1906, for a copy of all orders 
in council, advertisements for tenders, tenders, specifications of every kind, plans, drawings, reports, 
letters, telegrams, correspondence, contracts, agreements and other documents and papers of every 
kind, touching or relating to the construction of a post office in the city of Winnipeg, since the year 
1900. Presented 19th April, 1907.— iMr. Flord-en (Carleton) Not printed. 

216. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th February, 1907, for a copy of all letters, 
reports and other papers connected with the building of a wharf at North East Harbour. Shelburne 
County, N.S. Prasented 19th April, 1907. — Afr. Perley Not printed. 

217. Return (in part) to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th February, 1907, for a copy of all 
letters, accounts, vouchers, cheques, correspondence and documents relating to any amount paid to 
Mr. R. T. Mcllreith, barrister, of Halifax, for legal services, by the government of Canada, during 
each of the fiscal years ending, respectively, 30th day of June, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905 and 1906. Also 
relating to all amounts similarly paid to any legal agent or representative of the government at 
Halifax during each of the fiscal years ending, respectively, 30th June, 1891, 1892, 18*,)3, 1894, 1895, 
1896 and 1897. Presented 19th April, IW.— Messrs. Crocket and Johnston Not printed. 

218. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th December, 1906, for a copy of all papers 
and correspondence, relating to the adoption and the application of section 9 of the Act of 1885, 
amending the Consolidated Revenue Act of 1883, now subsection 4 of section 148, of chapter 34 of 
the Revised Statutes of Canada ; this Act treating of two-year maturing spirits in bond. Presented 
19th April, 1907.— Afr. Rohitaille Not printed. 

219. Report of Mr. Augustus Power, K.C., Commissioner appointed to report on the matter of Louise 
F. Wiley vs. Fred. T. Congdon. Presented 19th April, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

220. Extracts from a report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by the Governor General 
on 26th May, 1906, and 5th July, 1906, respecting certain ordinances passed by the council of the 
Yukon Territory. Presented 20th April, 1907, by Hon. F. Oliver Not printed. 

221. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th March, 1907, showing: All coal lands 
leased, sold, or otherwise disposed of, from the 1st of January, 1906, to date, giving the area 
disposed of, the party to whom, the consideration therefor, the assignments made, if any, the date 
thereof, and the name of the assignee in each case. Presented 24th April, 1907. — Mr. Lake. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Concluded. 

222. Census of Statistics. Bulletin 1, Wage-earners by Occupations. Presented 25th April, 1907, by 
Hon. S. A. Fisher Not printed. 

223. Return to an address of the Senate dated 7th December, 1906, for copies of all correspondence res- 
pecting a site or sites for a public building in the town of Glace Bay, N.S., between any member of 
the government and all other parties ; the area of the sites, the price of each, the date of the pur- 
chase, the date of each payment, the name of the seller of each site, the report or reports of the 
government engineer, showing lots recommended and those not recommended by him, and all notes 
or memoranda referring to said sites. Presented 15th April, 1907. — Hon. Mr. McDonald {Cape 
Breton) Not printed. 

224. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th November, 190G, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence and other papers since the year 1896, between the city of Toronto, the Harbour Com- 
missioners of Toronto, or any other per.sons, and the Dominion government, relating to, (a) the 
dredging or deepening of Toronto Harbour and the approaches thereto at the eastern and western 
gaps, or the shoals outside of said entrances ; (6) the building of breakwaters, piei s or other works 
for or in connection with such entrances at the eastern and western gaps to said harbour. Presented 
27th April, i007.—Mr. Macdonnell Not printed. 

225. Supplementary return to 166. Presented (Senate) 28th February, 1907 Not printed. 

226. Return to an address of the Senate dated 20th March, 1907, a.«king for all corresjxjndence between 
the government of Canada or any department thereof, and the government of Prince Edward 
Island, in 1901 or 1902, respecting the per capita allowance payable to that province, as provided 
for in the British North America Act, and how the said allowance should be computed on the ix)pu- 
lation of the province, as ascertained by the census of 1901. Presented 5th April, 1907. — Hon. M r. 
Ferguson Not printed. 

227. Return to an order of the Senate, dated 6th February, 1907, asking for a statement indicating in so 
many columns : 1. The names, christian names, age and nationality, of all persons who have been 
appointed to any position in the customs house at Quebec, since the 1st of July, 1906. 2. The names 
of the persons who were replaced by those new appointments, specifying at the same time whether 
the persons so replaced were replaced by reason of their death, their retirement, or their dismissal, 
and by whom they have been replaced. 3. The names of the persons who recommended each of 
these new appointments. Presented 27th April, 1907. — Hon. Mr. Landry Not printed. 



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REPORT 



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OF TlIK 



POSTMASTER GENERAL 



FOR THK 



YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 



1906 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA. 

PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST 
EXCELLENT MAJESTY 
1906 
No. 24—1907.] 
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To His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Albert Henry George, Earl Grey, Viscount 
Hoivick, Baron Grey of Howick, in the County of Northumberland, in the Peerage of 
the United Kingdom and a Baronet ; Knight Grand Cross of Our Most Distinguished 
Order of Saint Michael and Saint Qf^rge, doc, <&c.. Governor General of Canada. 

My Lord : 

I have the honour to forward to Your Excellency the accompanying Report of the 
Post Office Department of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 190C>, 
which is respectfully submitted. 

I have the honour to be, 

My Lord, 
Your Excellency's most obedient servant, 

RODOLPHE LEMIEUX, 

Postmaster General 

m 

Post Office Department, 

Ottawa, October 20, 1906. 



6-7 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 A. 1907 



CONTENTS 



OV THE 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE, 30, 190C. 



Page. 

Report of the Deputy Postmaster General xi 

General Statement of Expansion of Postal Services .... xi 

Revenue and Expenditure xii 

Postage due stamps , xii 

Reduced rates on post cards from Australia . ^ xii 

Parcel post between Canada and Dutch Guiana (Surinam) xii 

Parcel post between Canada and Trinidad xi 

Postage stamps, Statistics relating to xiii 

Number of Post Offices in operation ; also estimated number of letters and other articles of mail 

matter posted xiv 

Increase in number of letters carried xv 

Increase in Revenue, &c xv 

Surplus of Revenue over Expenditure for year ended June 30, 1906 xv 

Net increase in number of Post Office, in operation on June 30, 1906 ; and increase in ten years xvi 

Increase in numbers of Postal Note, Money Order and Savings Bank Offices ; also yearly increase 

since 1896 xvi 

Total amounts remitted by Money Orders and Postal Notes yearly since June 30, 1896 xvii 

Post Office Savings Bank statistics xvii 

Mail Service transactions xvii and xviii 

Railway Mail Service xviii 

New services by railway xviii 

Changes in existing services xix 

Dead Letter transactions xix 

Statement letters posted in the Dominion and unjjaid letters sent to the 

Dead Letter Office , xx 

Postal Stores — Comparative statement of exijenditure for years 1904-1905 and 1905-1906 xxi 

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A. 1907 



CONTENTS OF APPENDICES, 



Appendix. 



APPENDIX A. 

Financial Statement. 

Statement of Revenue. . . ■: 

II Expenditure 

Revenue and Expend itui-e, yearly, since Confederation 

Statement of amount of Postage Stamps sold during year ended June 30, 1898, 
and each succeeding year , 



APPENDIX B. 

Mail Transportation. 

By Land 

Detail of payments in the Prince Edward Island Postal Division , 
Nova Scotia u 

New Brunswick n 

Quebec n 

Montreal ii 

Ottawa II 

Kingston ' „ 

Toronto m 

London n 

Manitoba n 

Calgary „ 

Vancouver n 

Victoria n 

By steamboats and sailing vessels 

By railways 

Payments for mail bags, mail locks, &c 



APPENDIX C. 

ACCOUNTING POST OFFICES. 

Monet Order and other Transactions. 

General Statement of Money Order business 

Receipts and Expenditure 

Analysis of the Money Order business 

Transactions between Canada and other countries 

General operations in Canada 

Number of Money Order Offices in operation in each Province 

Total number and value of Money Orders issued in each Province 

Total sums received for Money Orders issued in each Province 

Gross sums received from the public for commissions . . 

Share of commission allowed to Postmasters of other than city offices 

Number and amount of Money Orders issued payable within the Dominion. . 

Number and amount of Money Orders drawn on other countries 

Number and amount of Money Orders issued abroad and payable in Canada.. . . 
Interchange of Money Orders between Canada and other countries and colonies. 

Money Order transactions with the United States 

Average value of Monev Ordprs issued in Canada and average commission 
thereon, 1896 to 190G inclusive 



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APPENDIX C— Concluded. 

Monet Order Transactions — Concluded. 

Statement showing Accounting Offices in operation ; gross Postal Revenue ; 
number and amount of Money Orders issued and paid and amount of com- 
mission thereon ; value of Postal Notes paid, and compensation, salary and 

allowances paid to Postmaster of each office 

In Ontario ... 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia ..... 

Yukon 



APPENDIX D. 

Revenue, Salaries and allowances in Connection with Non-Accounting 

Post Offices. 



Names of oflfiees alphabetically arranged . 



APPENDIX E. 



Post Office Savings Bank. 



Aggregate balance at credit of depositors ; increase for year ; average amount 

to credit of each depositor 

Number of accounts opened during year ; number of accounts closed ; number 

open and increase at close of year 

Number and amount of deposits 

Average amount of each deposit 

Number and amount of repayments 

Average amount of each withdrawal 

Interest )jaid to depositors 

n made principal 

Increase in number of offices receiving deposits 

II in claims to moneys of deceased depositors 

Statement of Post Office Savings Bank transactions for year ended June 30, 

190G, and of total amount then due to depositors 

Statement of the business of Post Office Savings Bank yearly from April 1, 1868, 

to June 30, 1906 



APPENDIX F. 

Postal Notes. 



Statement : revenue derived from commissions 

Statement : number of Postal Notes received from American Bank Note 

Company and issued to Postmasters .■■.■• 

Statement : number and value of Postal Notes received in Postal Note Division ; 

value of Postage Stamps affixed thereto to permit of broken amounts being 

remitted and amounts paid in Postage Stamps for extra commission. ..... 

Statement : number of Postal Notes returned to Postal Notes Division by 

Postmaster!! 

Statement : number and value paid Poital Notes received at Postal Note Divi 

sion 



APPENDIX G. 

Losses sustained in Collecting the Postal Revenue and in Conducting 
the Money Order, Postal Note and Savings Bank Systems. 

Statement : Nature and amount of losses 



Appendix. 



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CONTENTS OF ArPENDICIES. 
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APPKNniX H. 

KKroKT OF MissiNc Kehistkhei) Letteks.— Class A. 

Abstractions from, or loss of, registered letters containing money 

Report of Missing Unhecistekeu Letters.— Class B. 

Abstractions from, or loss of, unregistered letters containing money 

Recapitulation — Classification 

.\ppe;ndix I. 

Dead Letter Branch. 

.Statement : letters received at Dead Letter branches, contents and dis; osal. . . . 

Summary 

.Statement : number of letters received containing enclosures of value ; amount 
and nature of contents and number of such letters delivered and undelivered. 

APPEIVDIX J. 

PosT.vGE Stamp Branch. 

Statement : recei|)ts and issues of Postage Stamps 

Statement : comparative increase and decrease in issue of Postage Stamp.s li)i)4- 
0.5 and 1905-C(i 

APPKNDIX K. 

I'osT.VL Stores. 

Gen-eral suuuiiary of payments 

Miscellaneous revenue from sale of new and condemned articles 

Suni credited in accounts of contractors for old metal bars and label cases 
Statements : 

Stock 

Special printing 

Stationery 

Mail liags, locks, &c 

Stamping material, scales and weights, &c 

Street letter boxes and miscellaneous articles 

Uniforms for letter carriers, transfer agents, &c 



Appendix. 



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APPUIVDIX L.. 

Railway Mail Service. 

Statement : salaries of superintendents, railway mail clerks, transfer agents, &c. ; 

also mileage i)aid to mail clerks yeai's 1894-9.T to 190.5-O(), inclusive 

fumbpr of suiierintendents, railway mail clerks and transfer agents, July 1, 

1880, to July 1, liiOfi ■ 

omparative statement of number of railway mail clerks and transfer agents, 

with classification, from 1896 to 190G, inclusive 

Jerks assisting superintendents in their offices 

*' itement : nmnber and extent of case examinations, November, 1898, to 

November, 190"), inclusive 

Table : mis-sent matter 

Statements : 

New service by railway and increased mileage . ... 

Increases in frequency of railway mail service 

Additional railway mail service mileage . 

Distance travelled with mails on ('ach railway in Canada • 

Detail of service by postal and baggage cai- 

Coiiiparati\e statement : miles of railway in operation on which mails are car- 
ried ; daily service by postal and baggage cars and distance travelled in 

miles fi-oni June 30, 189.5, to .Tune 30, 1900 • 

Additional miles of railway over which mails were carried during year 

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6 7 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 A. 1907 



REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERA L 

1905-1906 

Post Office Department, 

Ottawa, 20th October, 1906. 
To the Honourable 

RoDOLPiiE Lemieux, K. C, M. p.. 
Postmaster (leneral of Canada. 

I have the honour to submit for your consideration the several statements annexed 
hereto comprising the report for the year ending 30th June, 15j06. An examination of 
these statements will show that the operations for the year have been marked by a con- 
siderable expansion of the service. 

The main points of increase are as follows : — 

In the number of Post Offices, an increase of 262 

" " " '< Postal Note Offices, " " 780 

" " " " Money Order Offices, " " 182 

" " " " Savings BankOffices, " " 22 

In the number of miles of Railway used for the conveyance of mails, there has 
been _ an increase of 1,095 miles and this, taken together with the increased mileage on 
lines already in use, gives a total increase in the Railway mail service of 2,768,908 
miles. There has also been an increase in mail service by water routes of 247,175 miles 
and by land service an increase of 176,338 miles ; thus giving a total increase in miles 
of mail .service during the year of 3,192,421. 

The expansion of the service mentioned has involved an increase in the expenditure 
amounting to $287,049.44. 

The estimated increase in the number of letters and post cards sent during the year 
is 41,836,000, which is more than 13 per cent as compared with the preceding year. 

There has, also, been an increase of $5,006, 197.69 in the amount of money orders 
issued and of $827,995.02 in the amount of postal notes paid during the past fiscal year. 

xi 



Xii POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

6-7 EDWARD VII.. A.' 1907 

The cost to the Department of maintaining the postal service in the Yukon and 
Atlin districts, in excess of the revenue from those districts, amounted to §104,404.18. 

The gross revenue of the Post Office for the year amounted to $7,708,142.27, and 
the expenditure, which includes that on the Yukon and Atlin districts, amounted to 
^6,696,376.96. The surplus, therefore, from the operations of theyear is $1,011,765.31. 

"Postage Due" Stamps. 

A system of accounting for short paid postage collected by Postmasters, by means 
of special stamps known as "Postage Due" stamps, has been adopted by the Depart- 
ment. These stamps are to be affixed to short paid mail matter and cancelled by Post- 
masters when such matter is delivered to the addressee, and are not to be used for any 
other purpose. They cannot be u.sed for the payment of ordinary postage, nor are they 
to be sold to the public. 

The denominations of these stamps are 1, 2 and 5 cents. 

Reduced Rates on Single and Reply Post Cards from Australia. 

The Postal Administration of the Commonwealth of Australia has given notice 
that the rates of postage on post cards sent from Australia to Canada have been reduced 
from H pence to one penny each for single post cards and from 3 pence to 2 pence for 
reply post cards dating from January 1, 1906. 

Parcel Post between Canada and Dutch Guiana (Surinam). 

By an arrangement with the Postal Administration of British Guiana the exchange 
of parcels by Parcel Post between Canada and Dutch Guiana (Surinam) will be carried 
on by way of Halifax and British Guiana, instead of by way of England as heretofore. 
It has thus become possible to make a reduction in the rates of postage on parcels sent 
from Canada to Dutch Guiana, and the following are to be substituted for the rates 
given on page Ixxiii of the Postal Guide for 1906 : — 

1 lb , 36 cts.; 2 lbs., 46cts.; 3 lbs., 56 cts.; 4 lbs., 78 cts.; 5 lbs., 88 cts.; 6 lbs., 98 cts.; 
7 lbs., $1.08 ; 8 lbs., $1.30 ; 9 lbs., f 1.40 ; 10 lbs., $1.50 ; 11 lbs., $1.60. 

Parcel Post between Canada and Trinidad 

A Convention has been arranged between the Postal Administrations of Canada 
and Trindad for the direct exchange of parcels by Parcel Post. The limit of weight 
for a single parcel is seven pounds and the rates on parcels sent from Canada to Trinidad 
are as follows : — • 

1 lb., 16 cts.; 2 lbs., 32 cts.; 3 lbs., 48 cts,; 4 lbs., 64 cts.; 5 lbs., 80 cts.; 6 lbs., 
96 cts.; 7 lbs., $1.12. Parcel Mails for Trinidad are made up at St. John, N. B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER OEXERAL xiii 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

Postage Stamps. 

The Po.stage Stamp output, as reference to the tabulated statement in Appendix J 
to this report will show, very considerably exceeds that of the preceding fiscal year. 
In value it discloses an increase of $s66,095.75, the amount having been $7,068,92 7.85 
as compared with $6,202,832.10, which was the value of the issue for 1904-05 ; whilst 
in quantity it exceeds by 51, .320,616 pieces the output of the previous year, the figures 
for the year under review being 387,908,230 as against 336,587,614 for the previous 
fiscal year. The growth in value, therefore, was nearly 14% ; in quantity, a little more 
than 15^%. The number of licensed stamp vendors in the Dominion on June 30, 
1906, was 1,200, showing an increase during the year of 192. 

The details of the operations of the several branches of the department will be 
found in the several appendices, but the following table? contain in compendious form 
the results of the past year's work : 



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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POHTMAtSTER GENERAL XV 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

INCREASE IN LETTERS CARRIED. 

The estimated increase in the number of letters carried during the year (based on 
the sale of stamps) is 26,351,000. The increases for the years since 1896 have been as 
follows : — 

1897 7,802,000 

1898 11,145,000 

1899 15,400,000 

1900 (2c. rate adopted) 27,917,500 

1901 23,357,000 

1902 21,978,000 

1903 22,163,000 

1904 23,399,000 

1905 26,351,000 

1906 38,103,000 

INCREASE IN REVENUE, &c. 

The net revenue for year ended June 30, 1906, compared with the previous year, 
shows an increase of $807,969.86. 

PREVIOUS INCREASES. 

1898 $324,871 27 

1899 *344,878 77 

1900 ■ 1,053 25 

1901 237,208 02 

1902 ' 466,933 91 

1903 478,001 65 

1904 286,196 99 

1905 473,047 93 

* Decrease . 

The .surplus of revenue over expenditure for the year ended June 30, 1906, was 
$1,011,765.31. 

PREVIOUS RECORD. 

Deficit. Surplus. 

1896 $781,152 19 

1897 586,539 92 

1898 47,602 30 

1899 398,917 79 

1900 461,661 87 

1901 416,183 99 

1902 $ 5,109 14 

1903 395,268 11 

1904 304,783 90 

1905. 490,844 89 

24— B 



XVI 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



STATEMENT OF POST OFFICES IN OPERATION IN CANADA ON JUNE 

30, 1906. 

Showing number of post offices closed during year and net increase — also increase 
in number of offices during the last ten years. 

Number of post offices in operation on June 30, 1906 11,141 



Number of post offices established from June 30, 1905, to 

June 30, 1906 333 

Number of post offices closed during same period. 71 



Net increase 



262 



INCREASE IN TEN YEARS. 



Total number of post offices in 1896 9,103 

1906 11,141 



Increase. 



2,038 



Increase per cent . , 22;^- 

INCREASE IN POSTAL NOTE OFFICES, MONEY ORDER OFFICES AND 

SAVINGS BANK OFFICES. 

Increase in number of postal note offices 780 

II II money order offices 182 

M n savings bank offices ... 22 



Yearly increase in number of offices established since 1896 : 






Money Order. 

49 
39 

390 
40 
68 
57 

162 
59 
89 

280 

182 


Savings Bank. 

24 
24 
35 

24 
9 
48 
20 
19 
27 
28 
22 


Postal Note. 

(Established 

1898-99). 


1896 




1897 

1898 

1899 . . 




1900 

1901 

1902 


520 

596 
1,245 


1903 


1,183 


1904 : 


918 


1905 

1906.... 


841 
780 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



xvu 



TOTAL AMOUNT OF MONEY REMITTED BY MONEY ORDERS AND 

POSTAL NOTES. 

(Postal Note system commenced August 4, 1898.) 

Year ended June 30, 1896. ... $13,081,860 62 

1897 12,987,230 88 

1898 14,518,480 22 

1899 15,239,486 69 

1900 17,499,045 81 

1901 19,415,273 62 

1902 25,251,871 92 

1903 28,914,296 82 

1904 32,551,562 70 

1905 36,229,050 84 

1906 ■ 42,063,237 25 



POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK. 





Year ended 
June 30, 1905. 


Year ended 
June 30, 1906. 


Increase. Decrease. 


N^uinbGr of deposit.s 


223,281 

$10,503,870.00 

110,157 

$12,129,101.23 

$1,320,511.70 

35,376 

39,002 

165,518 

$45,367,760.68 

989 


233,803 

$10,805,458.00 

106,923 

$12, 324; 529. 26 

$1,328,205.78 

37,681 

39,536 

164,542 

$45,736,488.51 

1,011 


10,522 
$301,588.00 

$i9.5^428!63 

$7,694.08 

2,305 

534 




Amount of depo.sits 




Amount of withdrawals 


3,234 


Interest allowed to depositors. 

Number of accounts opened 




Number of accounts closed 

Accounts open at close of year 


976 


Balance due to depositors 

Number of Offices 


.$368,727.83 
22 





MAIL SERVICE BY LAND ROUTES. 



NUMBER OF CONTRACTS LET BY TENDER. 

For services previously in operation 732 

For new services 48 

780 
Aggregate amount paid under all contracts let during 

the year.... $177,208 II 

Amount to be paid additional on contracts re-let esti- 
mated for usual term of four years 111,946 48 

Mileage travelled on stage routes 16,691,367 

Mileage of previous years 16,515,029 

Increase 176,338. 



XVIU 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 

The following changes were made in the frequency of mail service of post offices 
in operation at the beginning of the present fiscal year : — 

From 2 trips a year to 10 trips a year 1 office. 

From 6 trips a year to monthly 1 office. 

From fortnightly to weekly 6 ciffices. 

From weekly to semi-weekly, 37 offices ; to tri-weekly 8 offices ; to four times 
weekly, 3 offices ; to daily, 1 1 offices ; to semi-daily 3 offices. 

From semi-weekly to tri-weekly, 45 offices; to daily 10 offices; to serai-daily 3 
offices. 

From tri-weekly to four times weekly, 1 office ; to daily 35 offices ; to semi-daily 
1 office. 

From four times weekly to daily 28 offices ; to semi-daily 2 offices. 

From daily to seven times a week, 4 offices ; to semi-daily 80 offices ; to fourteen 
times a week 1 office. 

From seven times a week to semi-daily 1 office ; to thirteen times a week 1 office ; 
to fourteen times a week, 1 office. 

From eight times a week to twelve times a week 1 office. 

From semi-daily or more frequently to a greater frecjuency 89 offices. 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE. 

During the fiscal year 1905-06, 1095 15 miles of additional railway were utilized 
for mail purposes, making a total actual track mileage over which mail were carried on 
June 30, 1906, of 20,274. 

The followinsr statement shows the details of such additional service : — 



Railway. 



Berlin & Bridgeport . 
Canadian Northern. . 



Canadian Pacific . 



Terminal Points. 



Cape Breton Electric 

Chatham & Wallaceb'rg Electric . 
Great Northern of B.C 



Halifax & South Western . . . . 

Orford Mountain 

Preston & Gait Electric 

Temiscaming & Northern 

Ontario 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific . 



Berlin — Bridgeport 

Humbolt — Edmonton ■. . . . 

Hartney Junction — Virden 

Neepawa — Rossburn 

James Bay Junction — Parry Sound . 
O.ik Point — Oak Point .Junction . . . . 

Barrows — Melfort 

Foster .Junction — Knowlton 

Lipton — Strassburg, 

Wetaskiwin — Camrose 

Lacombe — Alix 

North Sydney— Sydney Mines 

Chatham — Wallaceburg 

New Westminster — Vancouver . . . . 

Grand F'orks — Phcenix 

Halifax — Liverpool 

Kingsbury — Wind.sor Mills 

Preston — Gait . 



New Liskeard — Heaslij) . 
Tilsonburg — IngersoU . . . 



Total. 



Distance 
in 

Miles. 



2 

399 

87 

83 

4 

54 

138 

5 
46 
25 
26 

3 
18 
13 
23 
111 
10 

3 

21 
16 



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Service. 



Daily B. C. 
Daily P. C. 

Triweekly B. C. 
Daily B. C. 
Triweekly B. C. 

Daily B. C. 
Triweekly B. C. 



Daily B. C. 

Semi-Daily B. C. 
Daily B. C. 



Tri-weekly B. C. 
Daily B. C 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL Xix 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

CHANGES IN EXISTING SERVICES. 

During the year there have been established the following increases in the frequency 
of railway mail service : — 







Distance 




Railway. 


Terminal Points. 


in 

Miles. 


Particulars. 






43 i 


Increased from triweekly to daily B. C. 
Additional tri-weekly service by B. C. 




Winnipeg— Dauphin . 


KiO 5 


Canadian Pacific 


Montreal— St. Philippe 


18 43 


Additional daily service by B. C. 


,, 


Harriston — Mount Forest... 


7-5 


IT 11 


,, 


Lariviere — Mowbray 


331 


Increased from semi to tri-weekly B. C. 


,, 


Molson— Lac du Bonnet 


22- 


II II II 


,, 


S. S. Marie — Sudbury 


178 9 


Additional weekly service by B. C. 


,, 


Winnipeg— Stonewall 


19 9 


Additional daily service by B. C. 


„ 


Calgary— Strathcona 


190.0 


II II 


„ 


Calgary — Macleod 


10G7 


Change from B. C. to P. C. service. 


,, 


Brandon — Souris 


24 5 


II II II 


,, 


Areola — Regina 


109- 


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„ 


Cranbrook — Kimherley 


18-7 


II II II 


(irand Trunk Rj' 


Brantford — Ooderich 


84-87 


Change from B. C. to P. C. service. 


,, 


Brantford — Tilsonburg 


34-73 


Additional daily service by B. C. 


„ 


Coteau Jet — Valleyfield . ... 


5-4 


II II 


„ 


Blackwater Jet— Midland . . . 


75-52 


Change from B. C. to P. C. service. 


Sydney & Glace Bay 








Electric 


Sydney— Glace Bay . . 


14 


Additional daily service by B. C. 


Temi.scaming & Northern 




Ontario 


North Bay — New Liskeard . . 


113- 


Change from B. C. to P. C. service. 



¥ 



i 



DEAD LETTERS. 

The transactions of the Dead Letter Branch of the Department during the year 
ended June 30, 1906, were as follows : — 

Number of letters originating in Canada returned as undelivered (dead). 

By British post office 31,883 

By United States post office 137,608 

By British colonies and foreign countries 5,7,52 

175,243 
Less — Registered letters included in above and 

transferred to registered class 2,217 

173,026 
Books, packets, &c., received from foreign countries. . . . 49,781 

222,807 

Dead letters, circulars, postal cards, &c., returned from 

Canadian post offices 1,390,491 

Dead letters registered found to contain value 22,216 

Dead letters, circulars, postal cards, &c., sent to the dead 
letter office for special reasons, such as insufficient 
address, non-payment of postage, ifcc *298,884 

1,711,591 

* Of these letters, &c., 17.176 contained articles of value or were registered. 



XX 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Statement showing the estimated number of letters posted in the Dominion of Canada, 
and the number of unpaid letters sent to the Dead Letter Office, with their relative 
proportions, during the period from July 1, 1875, to June 30, 1906. 



Year. 



1876.. 
1877 . 
1878.. 
1879.. 

1880 . 

1881 . 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885. 
1886. . 
1887 . . 

1888 . 

1889 . 
1890. . 

1891 . . 

1892 . . 
1893 . 
1894.. 
1895,. 
1896 . . 
1897 . . 
1898 
1899 . . 
1900.. 
1901 . . 
1902 . 
1903 
1904.. 
1905 
1906. 



Estimated number 

of letters posted 

in Canada during 

the year ended 

June 30. 



41, 

41, 

44. 

43, 

45, 

48, 

56, 

62, 

66, 

68, 

71, 

74, 

80, 

92, 

94, 

97, 

102, 

106, 

107, 

107, 

116, 

123, 

135, 

150, 

178. 

191, 

213, 

235, 

259, 

285, 

323, 



000,000 
510,000 
00(1,000 
900,000 
800,000 
170,000 
200,000 
800,000 
100,000 
400,000 
000,000 
300,000 
200,000 
(J68,000 
100,000 
975,000 
850,000 
200,000 
145,000 
565.000 
028,000 
830,000 
975,000 
375,000 
292,500 
650,000 
628,000 
791,000 
190,000 
541,000 
644,000 



Number of unpaid 

letters sent to 

the Dead Letter 

Branch during the 

same period. 



114,610 
97,470 
77,740 
44,020 
41,666 
42,123 
41,260 
41,410 
42,319 
41,267 
44,166 
47,. 553 
47,371 
48,648 
29,041 
27,304 
28,603 
28,311 
27,820 
27,178 
27,389 
35,590 
29,253 
36,253 
40,254 
40,361 
44,982 
54,889 
.58,502 
59,663 
72,532 



Proportion. 



One in 364 
425 
570 
997 
1,090 
1,143 
1,362 
1,516 
1,562 
1,660 
1,607 
1,562 
1,694 
1,904 
3,239 
3,581 
3, .595 
3,754 
3,851 
3,957 
4,236 
4,339 
4,614 
4,147 
4,429 
4,748 
4,749 
4,296 
4,430 
4,785 
4,462 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY P08TMA8TER GENERAL XSi 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

POSTAL STORES 

Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1905, and 
the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1906. 



Items of Expenditure. 


1905. 


1906. 


Increase. 
1906. 


Decrease. 
1906. 


Inside service — 

Printing 

Stationery 


$ cts 

13,402 79 
6,317 56 


$ cts 

12,954 30 

7,767 57 


$ cts. 
1,450 01 


S cts. 
448 49 






Total 


19,720 35 


20,721 87 


1,450 01 


448 49 


Increase, Inside Service 






1,001 .52 












Outside service — 

Printing 


48,605 99 
19,375 69 


44,258 93 
22,493 32 




4,347 06 


Stationery 


3,117 63 






Total, printing and stationery 

Mail bags, mail locks, &c 

Miscellaneous— Stamping material, scales, letter 
boxes, letter carriers' uniforms, &c 


07,981 68 
33,335 77 

43,572 35 


66,752 25 
45,047 06 

49,354 00 


3,117 63 
12,311 19 

5,832 25 


4,347 06 






Total 


144,839 80 


161,753 91 


21,261 17 


4,347 06 








16,914 11 






164,500 15 






Total Expenditure— Inside and Outside Service 


182,475 78 












Total Increase— Inside and Outside Service 




17,915 63 . 





Detailed statements of the transactions of the branch during the year; also the 
Itpendux . K " " "''"^ " ^"" ''' ''"'' ^"' ^'^ ^""^ '^' ''''' ^''^ ^e found in 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



R. M. COULTER, 

Deputy Postmaster General. 



6-7 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 A. 1907 



APPENDIX A 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



I 



21— Al 



A- -2 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX A. 

Statement of the Revenue of the Post Office Department for the year ended 

June 30, 1906. 

Balance due by postmH stars on revenue account on June 30, 1905 .... 

Postage stamps, post cards &c., sold 

Postage paid in cash on newspapers 

Postage paid in cash on third class (printed) matter 

Postage on unpaid letters, less claims for matter reforwarded, for over- 
charges and for matter forward to Dead Letter Office 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Commission received on money orders 

Commission received on postal notes 

Proht in exchange on money order business with other countries 

Ti'ansit charges on correspondence from other countries 

Postage on parcels from other countries 

Void money orders, that is money orders issued between July 1, 1904, 
and March 31, 1905, payment of which had not been claimed up 
to March 31, 1906 

Miscellaneous revenue " 



Deductions. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances toward rent, 
fuel and light, compensation on monpy order and 
postal note business, and commission on box and 
drawer rents $ 1,633,167 35 

Discount to stamp vendors and Postmasters and com- 
pensation to messengers for special delivery of 
letters 43,885 68 

Postage refunded 2 12 80 

Los.ses by fire, burglary, &c 1,111 85 

Balance of commission paid to other countries on 

money order business . . 18,040 72 

Transit charges on correspondence for other countries. 41,156 24 

Postage on parcels for other countries 10,063 49 

Balance due by postmasters on revenue account on 

June 30, 1906 27,16161 1,774,799 74 

.f.5,933,342 53 



$ 27,161 


61 


6,972,355 


93 


125,879 


45 


58,442 


66 


hT!ig 




28,082 


27 


107,058 


09 


227,845 


77 


48,924 


17 


21,848 


65 


22,554 


55 


62,077 


45 


3,749 


80 


2,161 


87 


7,708,142 


27 



REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE A— 3 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

EXPENDITURE 

Statement of the Expenditure of the Post Office Department of the Dominion of 
Canada for the year ended June 30, 1906. 

Paid by Cheque from Parliamentary Appropriation. 

Conveyance of mails by land $ 1,120,326 01 

" " steamboats, &c 97,773 26 

railways.... 1,545,685 27 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks. 45,647 06 



i 



Total I 2,809,431 60 

Salaries paid by cheque if 1,603,892 77 

Travelling expenses 12,359 14 

Tradesmen's bills 120,615 56 

Stationery, printing and advertising. 71,872 70 

Miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 176,067 17 

Maintenance of service in the Yukon and Atlin 

districts. 127,338 28 



Total $ 4,921,577 22 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 

The following table shows the net Revenue, Expenditure and Deficit or Surplus, as 
the case may be, of the Post Office for each Fiscal Year since Confederation : — 



Year ended June 30. 



1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1870. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1F88. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
18'j3. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
19)1. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 



Net rf venue. 



S cts. 



808, 
758, 
788, 
803. 
91(1, 
,093, 
,151, 
172, 
106. 
120, 
224, 
,117, 
,179, 
344, 
543, 
753, 
712, 
790, 
852, 
964, 
322, 
220, 
357, 
515, 
652, 
773, 
809, 
792, 
971, 
202, 
527, 
182, 
183, 
421, 
888, 
366, 
652, 
125, 
933, 



8.57 
182 
904 
637 
418 
516 
269 
381 
736 
224 
912 
364 
(i77 
969 
309 
079 
318 
494 
155 
062 
728 
503 
388 
823 
745 
507 
341 
789 
652 
938 
809 
930 
984 
192 
12(i 
127 
324 
372 
342 



Expenditure. 



785. 

804. 

933: 

994: 
1,092. 
1,240. 
1,370. 
1,509, 
1,581 
1,694, 
1,715, 
1,750. 
1,818. 
1,870. 
1,980, 
2,176, 
2,312. 
2,488. 
2,763, 
2,818, 
2,889, 
2,982, 
3,074, 
3,161. 
3,316, 
3,421, 
3,517. 
3,593, 
3,752, 
3,789, 
.3,575, 
3,581, 
3,645, 
3,837, 
3,883, 
3,970, 
4,347, 
4,634, 
4,921, 



) cts. 

,298 55 
954 55 
,398 67 
,876 00 
519 03 
135 95 
,542 41 
,113 29 
608 72 
,708 18 
,255 36 
267 17 
271 05 
657 96 
507 25 
,089 09 
965 27 
315 36 
186 41 
907 22 
728 b9 
321 48 
469 91 
675 72 
120 03 
203 17 
261 31 
647 47 
805 12 
478 34 
411 99 
848 71 
646 (14 
376 18 
016 96 
859 64 
540 84 
527 78 
577 22 



Deficit. 



106,772 52 
144,493 89 
191,238 83 
176,100 69 
146,619 88 
219,272 .58 
3.36,731 91 
474,871 98 
574,483 92 
490,343 19 
632,902 67 
638,.593 16 
531,688 11 
437,258 04 
423,009 87 
600,646 42 
697,820 46 
911,031 41 
854,845 05 
566,999 91 
761,817 82 
717,080 96 
645,852 28 
663,374 24 
647,(i95 46 
707,920 25 
800,857 83 
781,152 19 
586,539 92 
47,602 30 
398,917 79 
461,661 87 
416,183 99 



Surplus.' 



cts. 



13,559 29 



5,109 14 

395,268 11 

304,783 99 

490,844 89 

1,011,765 31 



Statement of the amount of Postage Stamps, &c., sold during the year ended June 30, 
1898, and each of the succeeding years. 



Year. 


Amount. 


Year. 


Amount. 


1898 

1899 


$ cts. 

4,400,601 91 
4,091,116 11 
4,038,134 16 
4,-340,543 21 
4,645,227 85 


1903 

1904 


$ cts. 

5, 154, .554 17 
5,605,713 73 
6,134,297 35 


1900 


1905 

1906- . 


1901 


6,972,355 93 


1902 





6-7 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 A. 1907 



appe:n^dix b 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION 



24— b1 



6-7 EDWARD VII. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



A. 1907 



APPENDIX B. 

MAIL TRANSPORTATION. 
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND POSTAL DIVISION. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island Postal 
Division, made within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Abram's Village and Cape Egmont. 
Abran.'s Village and Maxiamville. . 
Afton Road and Mount Stewart . . . 
Albany and Railway Station 

Albany and Tr^'on 

Alberton and Kildare.. . 
Alberton and Mill River East . . . 

Alberton and Railway Station 

do do 

Alma and Lauretta 

Alma and Railway Station .... 

Appin Road and Hampton 

Argyle Shore and Bonshaw. ..... . 

Arlington and Fitzererald Station. . 

Armadale and Monticello 

Armadale and Railway Station. . 

Auburn ai^d Dromore West 

Auburn and Pownal 

Augustine Cove and Cape Traverse. 
Avondale and Vernon River. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Baldwin's Road and Perth Station. 

Bangor and Morell Station 

Bayfield and Glencorrodale 

Bay Fortune and Souris East .. 
Beach Point and Montague Bridge. 
Bear River and Railway Station . . 

Bedeque and Kern wood 

Bedequp and Summer.side 

Bedford Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Belfast and Charlottetown 

Belfast and High Bank 

do do 

Belfast and Point Prim 

Belfast and Roseberry .... 

Bloomfield and Bloomtield Station.. 
Bloomtield St.ation and Glengarry .. 
Bloomlield .Station and Miminegash 
Bloomfield Station and Railway Stn, 
Blooming Point and Tracadie Cross 
Bonnell and Churchill . . . . .... 

Brackley Beach and Winsloe .Stn.. . 
Boughton Island and DeGras Marsh 

Breadalbane and Mill Vale 

Brhadalbane and New London 

Brealbane and Railwaj' Station. . . . 

Breadalbane and Victoria 

Bridgetown and Mount Hope.. ... 
Bristol .and Railway Station. .. . 

24— bU 



D. J. Gallant, 
Aisenault . . 
McEachern . 

Noonan . . . 

Lord 

R. Oliver.. 
.1. Gallant . 
T. Millman. 

do 
O'Brien . . 
Mountain 

.\shley . . . 
McNevin 
Cameron. . 

A. Carter. 
McCormack 

B. Corrigan 
. J. Carver . 

Sherren . . . 
A. O'Keefe. 



.1. Moar 

D. Robbins 

J. McKachern . . 

C.^ Coffin 

W. Mahar . . . . 
L. McDonald... 

D. Mclnnis 

C. McLean ... . 

F. Berrigan 

W. Brown 

F. Martin 

R. Stewart 

M. Martin 

do 

S. Peters 

P. Griffin 

H. Chappelle... 

F. Peters 

J. E. Lacey 

L). McGilvray. . . 

E. Saunders. . . 
D..T. McCormack 
M. Matheson . . . 

.T. Warren 

M. Matheson . . . 

P. M. Foy 

W . Burhoe 

G. Hume , 




2 
.3 
2 
3 
6 
C 
3 
(J 

6 
G 
3 
3 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 

12 
2 
3 
&6 
2 
2 
6 

24 
6 
2 

12 



(to Sept. 30, '05; 
from II 



24 00 

79 24 

20 GO 

110 00 

456 00 

20 00 

82 02 

199 48 

40 00 
6.56 48 

75 00 
225 00 

45 00 
48 00 
38 00 
54 00 
78 00 
45 00 
.30 00 
48 00 
220 00 
65 00 

76 12 
297 00 
113 49 
315 10 

58 84 
68 64 



B-4 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island Postal 

Division, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Brookfield and R'y Stn. (Colville), 

Brooklyn and Glen Martin 

Burlington and Spring Valley, . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. Beaton . . 
VV. McLean 
J. Sudbury. 



Caledonia and Mount Vernon 

Caledonia and Orwell 

Cape Traverse and Railway Station 
Cape Traverse and Searletown, . . , 

Cape Wolfe and Lot 4 

Cardigan Bridge and Corraville . . . 
Cardigan Bridge and Head of Car- 
digan 

Cardigan Bridge and Launching. . . 
do do 

Cardigan Bridge and Lot .56 

Cardigan Bridge and Railway Stn. 

Cavendish and Hunter's River 

Central Bedeque and Middleton. . . 
Charlottetown and Long Creek .... 

Charlottetown and Wharf 

Charlottetown and Marsh field 

Charlottetown and Railway Station 
Charlottetown and Street Letter 

Boxes 

Charlottetown and Victoria 

Cherry Grove and New Harmony . . 

do do 

do do 

Cherry Valley and Earnscliffe 

Clear Spring and New Zealand 
Railway Station . ... 

Clermont and Kensington 

Clinton and New London 

Clyde Station and Railway Station . 

Coleman and Railway Station 

Coleman and West Point 

Commercial Road and Peters Road. 
Conway Station and Railway Station 
Crapaiid and Gambles Corner 



Darlington and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

do do 

Darlington and Stanchel 

Darnley and Kensington 

De Blois Station and Railway Stn.. 
Donaldston and Railway Station. . . 
Dromore and Pisquid Railway Stn. 
Dunstaffnage and Railway Station.. 
Duvar Road and Mill River 

East Baltic and Red Point 

East Point and Souris East 

Ebbsfleet and St. Louis 

Ebenezer and Wheatley River. ... 
Egmont Bay and Wellington Stn . . 



A. Beaton ... 
N. C. Stewart 
H. Howatt . . 
W. Muttart. . 
G. McKay . . . 
P. McMillan 

W. McLeod . 
J. McAuiay 
D. Foley .... 
D. Foley .... 
J. McNeil... 
J. Beaton . . . 
J. A. Crawford 
S. T. Currie . 
P. Stewart... 
W. Miller . . 

P. Stewart.. . 



J. W. Ferguson 
N. H. McNiven 
P. Powers .... 
J. D. McDonald 
P. Powers 
F. M. Vessey. .. 

D. A. McDonald 
J. J. (iillis . . 
C. McGregor. 
N. McLeod. . 
M. Howatt... 
A. McPhee. . 
J. Johnston. . 
P. McKenna. 
T. A. Cobb.. 



D. McPherson 

do 

do 

do 
R. T. Moase. 
S. Bernard. . 

L. Court 

M. McQuirk. 

E. M. Binns. 
A. Richard.. . 



B. Holland , . . . 

C. Young 

J. Gaudet 

A. McCallum... 
F. J. Arsenault. 



00 *5 



5 

m 

IS 

6 
6 



26 
20 
16 

28 

2 

25 



4J 



~l 



2 
6 
12 
6 
3 
2 

2 
3 
3 
6 
18 
<i 

3 



as 
req'd 

18 

2 
2 
2 
6 

3 
3 
3 
3 

12 

2&3 

3 

3 

2 



12 
12&6 
6 
3 
6 
3 
2 
2 
6 
3 



12 months. 
12 „ 
12 „ 



Period. 



12 

9 

3 
12 

12 

12 

12 „ 

12 M 

Special service 
12 „ 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from T, 
less fine 



(toSept.30,'05) 
(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from n 



12 

12 

12 

3 

(J 

3 
12 

12 M 

12 

12 „ 

12 u 

12 „ 

12 H 

12 

1.5 days to July 15, 1905. 
12 months 



(to Sept. 30, '051 
(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from 11 




3& 6 12 



Amount . 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION 



B-5 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island Postal 

Division, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Elliot's Mills and Railway Station. 

Elleotvale and Peake Station 

Ellis River and Miseonche 

Elmiraand South Lake 

Elmsdale and Railway Station 

Elmwood and New Haven 

Emerald and Fovind's Mills 

Emerald and Station. 

Emerald and Shamrock 

Emerald and West Newton 

Enmore and Railway Station 



R. Elliott 

J. Lynn 

R. B. McNeil. . . 
D. D. Mcdonald. 

D. Adams 

O. Clarkin 

H. P. Found. . . . 
F. P. Murphy . . 

F. P. Murphy . 
W. Clark 

G. Nisbet 



Fanning Brook and Pisquid Rail- 
way Station 

Farmington and Five Houses 

Fitzgerald Station and Railway Stn. 

Fitzgerald Station and St. Chryso- 
stome 

Flat River and Selkirk Road 

Forest Hill and Head of St. Peters 
Bay 

Fredericton and Railway Station. . 

Freetown and Lower Freetown .... 

Freetown and Railway Station 



Jay 

Burdge .... 
Cameron. . 

O. Gallant . . 
McCluskey . 



•T. McNeil... 
W. McLennan 
Burns . . . 
B. Auld 



Georgetown and Railway Station. . 

Georgetown and Steamer 'Minto'. 

Glen William rnd Murray River. . . 

Goose River and Head of St. Peters 
Bay 

Gowan Brae and Souris East . 

Grand Tracadie and Bedford Rail- 
way Station 

Grand View and Valleyfield 

Greenfield and Summerville 

Greenvale and Little Harbour 

Greenwich and Head of St. Peters 
Bay 



R. R. Jenkins . 

do 
L. H. McKenzie 

M. McKinnon. . 
P. Manning . . . 

D. A. E. McDon- 
ald 

M. C. Gillis . . 

.J. Ennis 

G. Mooney 



Haliburton and Maddock 

Hampshire and New Wiltshire .... 
Head of Hillsborough and Mount 

Stewart ... 

Head of St. Peters Bay and Rail- 
way Station 

do do 

Heatherdale and Whim Road Cross 

Hopefield and Murray River 

Hunter's River and North Rustico. 

do do 

Hunter's River and Railway Station 



A. B. Hyndman. 



D. McWilliam 
•J. Stewart . . . 



J. 8. Douglas. 



A. McAulay 

H. B. Finlav.... 
A. McDonald. . . 
J. P. Horton . . . 
J. A. Cummings 
E. J. Caiew ... 
J. H. Van Ider 
stine 



Inverness and Railway Station. . . M. P Kilbride 
lona and Orwell . . . '. |J. McCabe , 



3i 

Hi 

2 

3 

9i 

1 

R 

2A 
4" 
6 



G 
6| 



5 
2 

2i 
2 



2i 



'ii 



2 12 

3 12 
12 12 



asreq. 
' 3 



3&6 
3 
3 
3 



12 
12 
3 
2 
6 
6 

24 



Period. 




3 12 
6 12 



12 



Part of seasons 1905-6., 
12 months 



12 
12 

12 

9 
3 
12 
12 
3 
9 

12 

12 
3 112 



Amount. 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from u 



(toSept. 30,V0.5) 
from 11 



$ cts. 

30 00 
38 00 

145 00 
26 00 
20 00 
40 00 
93 00 

1.5.5 16 
48 00 
(iO 00 
81 72 



40 00 
60 00 
52 00 

79 00 
68 32 

75 00 
37 00 
64 00 
90 00 



184 05 
30 60 

40 72 

83 20 
43 68 



97 48 
28 28 
40 00 
24 88 

54 52 



39 00 
37 48 

55 00 

90 00 
30 00 
.50 00 
30 28 
85 25 
256 15 

151 32 

53 04 
90 00 



B-6 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island Postal 

Division, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Johnston's River and Southijort. . . |T. McAdam. 



Kelly's Cross and New Wiltshire. . IF. 
Kelvin Grove and Sunimerside. ... IR. 
Kensington and Railway Station. . . G. 

Kensington and Sea View jJ. 

Kildare Capes and Tignish J. 

Kingston and North River 
Kinkora and Maple Plains 
Kinkora and Railway Station 



Bradley 

W. Dickieson 

Glover 

A. Thompson 

Richard 

H. Simmons. 
McDonald. . . 
K. Trainor. . . 
Kinross and Lyndale IR. Gillis 



Leoville and De Blois Railway 

Station 

Linkletter and Summerside 

Little Tignish and Tignish 

Little York and Pleasant Grove. . . 
Little York and Railway Station . . 

Locke Road and Mill River 

Lot 4 n.nd Railway Station 

Lot 10 and Railway Station 

Lot 11 and Railway Station . . . . 

Lot 12 and Railway Station 

Lot .35 and Railway Station 

Lot 5G and Sailors Hope 



McNeill's Mills and Railway Station 

Maple Leaf and Railway Station. 

Marie Bridge and Marie Railway 
Station 

Marie Bridge and Milljurn . 

Mill River and Railway Station . . . 

Mill River and Roxbury 

do do 

Mill View and Summerville 

Milton Station and North Milton. 

Milton Station and Railway Station 

Miscoiiche and Railway Station . . . 

Montague Bridge and Murray Har- 
bor Nortii 

Montague Bridge, and Railway 
Station 

Montague Bridge and Valleyfield 
East 

Montague Bridge and Victoria Cross 

Morell East and Morell .Station .... 

Morell Station and Railway Station 

Morell Station and Sinnott's Road. 

Mount Carmel and Wellington 
Station 

Mount Herbert and Southport . . . 

Mount Stewart and Point de Roche . 

Mount Stewart and Railway Station 

Mount Stewart and Savage Harbor 

Muddy Creek and St. Nicholas Rail- 
way Station 



C. Myers .... 
T. W. Murray 
J. S. Chaisson 
P. Cooke.... 
M. Lawson . . 
M. Howard . . 
G. McKay . . 
H. Ritchie. . . 
P. Kilbride. 
W. Hayes, Sr 
E. Binns . . . 
J. Swallow . . 



J. A. McNeill 
J. Sanderson . 

A. Cobb... . 

do 

N. Doiron . . 
J. E. Gallant 
A. Gillis... . 
J. H. Mclnnes 
W. McNeill 

do 
A. F. Gillis 

R. G. Houston 
A. E. Smith 



A. Nicholson 
J. Maher . . . 
P. J. Hughes 
(i. C. Coffin . 
M. Cullen . . . 



R. McNeill . . . 
W. Sinallwood . 
P. McCormack 
H. Smallwood 
(jr. Gunn 



J. I. Beairsto . . 



G 



m 



11 

6 

i 
17 
5 
4 

i 
3 



2 

3^ 
23i 

^ 

4 

li 
5| 
2 

H 

7 



4 

7 
2 



21 



2i 
3" 

2A 

7&9 

3&: 
6.', 

4l 



li 



4> 

d A 



Period. 



3 
3 

2" 

12 

3 

6 

2 

6 
18 

2 

3 



3 

3 

2 

12 

2&3 

3&6 

2 

2 

24 



12 months. 



and extra trips . 



and extra trips . 



15 days to July 15, '05. . 
12 months 



;to Sept. 30, "05). 
from II 



and arrears. 



and arrears. 



6 12 



Amount. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND DIVISION 



B-7 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B—Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island Postal 

Division, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Murray Harbour South and White 
Sands. 

New Acadia and Railway Station. . 

New Ann^n and Railway Station. . 

New Argyle and New Hawn 

New Perth and Poole's Road ... 
do do 

New Perth west and Railway Sta- 
tion 

New Wiltshire and Railway Station 

New Wiltshire and Tyron 

New Zealand and Railway Station. 

Northani and Railway Station. ... 

Northani and Victoria West 

North Lake and Souris East 

North St. Eleanors and Summer 
side 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



O'Leary Station and Railway Sta- 
tion R. Ellis. 

O'Leary Station and West Cape.. . . -T. Jelly 
Orwell and Orwell Cove N. M. .Gillis 



J.Hill 

J. J. Gallant. . . 
W. B. Bowness. 

J. Corrigan 

N. Reilly 

S. Buchanan ... 

J. Minchin 

E. Easter 

P. D. Hagan. . . 

I. Cantwell 

•T.^ E. i"eo .... 
W. W. Enman. . 
R. Kickham . . , . 

T. Andrew 



Palmer Road and St. Louis 

Peake's Station and Railway Station 
do do . . 

Peakes Station and Riiskin 

Peakes Station and St. Patrick's 
Road 

Pisquid and Railway Station 

do do 

Pinsville Station and Rose Bank . . 

Pinsville Station and Pensville Rail- 
way Station 

Pinsville Station and Pensville Rail- 
way Station 

Poplar Grove and Railway Station. 

Portage and Railway Station 

Port Hill and Railway Station 

Pown .1 and Village Green 



W. Kinch 

P. J. Goodwin. . 

L. Goodwin 

J.Collins 



iD. McBride . . . . 
Ij. A. McDonald 

B. .Jay 

S. Gallant .... 

P. B. Doiron.... 



J. S. Gallant. 
S. Milligan. . 
A. Matthews. 
J. H. Yeo. . 
L. Carver. ... 



St. Andrews and Railway Station. . 

St. Charles and Railway Station. . . 

St. Louis and Railway Station 

St. Louis and Woodville 

St. Margarets and Bear River Rail- 
way .Station 

St. Mary's Road and St. Mary's 
Road East 

St. Teresa and Railway Station .... 

Scotchfort and Railway Station. . . . 

Sea Cow Pond and Tignish 

Skinner's Road and Tignish 

Souris East and Railway Station. . . 

Souris Plast and Souris West 

Suffolk Station and Railway Stn. . . 



J. McDonald. 
J. McTsaac. . . 

.1. Perry 

J. Beairsto.. . . 



R. D. McDonald 



J. A. McGee. . . 

A . Bradley 

J. A. McDonald 
P. A. Doyle . . . . 

N. Gallant 

J. Heartz 

L White 

A. Ferguson . . . . 



03 »H 



12 
2 



H>: 



6 c. 



24 
3 
6 



2 

6 

24 

2 



Period. 



12 months 

12 

12 n 

12 „ 

6 „ (to Dec. 31, '05; 

6 II from II 

12 I, 

12 

12 

12 ,1 

12 ,1 

12 

12 

12 

12 ■. . 

12 ,1 

12 ,1 

12 .1 

9 .1 (to Mar. 31, '06) 

I) II from II 

12 

12 „ 

9 I, (to Mar. 31, '06) 

3 Ti from II 

12 II 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from II 



less fine. 



Amount. 



$ cts. - 

50 00 
22 48 
75 00 
59 36 
29 50 
40 00 

85 00 
100 16 
35 00 
38 00 
40 00 
78 00 
325 00 

120 00 



145 90 

145 00 

79 00 



70 00 
30 00 
10 00 
88 66 

24 00 

27 00 
7 50 

21 00 

7 50 

2 50 

20 75 

15 00 

218 00 

28 32 



25 00 
72 74 
15 60 
19 86 

85 80 

25 00 
75 00 
22 56 
50 00 
90 00 
222 49 
31 20 
30 00 



B-8 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island Postal 

Division, &c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Summerside and Railway Station . . 

Summerside and Street Letter Boxes 

Summerside and Steamer Stanley . . 
Tarantum and Webster's Corner. . 
Ten Mile House and Railway Stn . . 
Thorndyke and Railway Station. . . 

Tignish and Railway Station 

Tracadie Cross and Railway Station 
Travellers Rest and Railway Station 
Union Road and Union Ry, Stn. . . 
Webster's Comer and Ry. Station 

(Pisquid) 

Wellington and Wellington Station. 
Wellington Station and Ry. Stn . . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Brehaut 

Richard 

Brehaut 

Richard 

Waugh 

Cummiskey. . 

Mullin 

R. Prowse . . . 
W. Green ... 
A. McDonald 
Townsend . . . 
Mallett 



A. McDonald 

Ayers 

T. Arseneault 



West Devon and Railway Station . . W. R. McNeil . 
Western Road and Railway StatiomH. J. Reid 
West St. Peters and Railway Stn. .]J. McDonald 
Wmsloe Station and Railway Stn . . R. Good . . . . 
Wood Islands and Wood Islands 



North . ..... 

Ice boat service to SS. ' Stanley ' 



J. McMillan. 
H. Allan... 



ears 






as req. 

"l8 

18 

as req. 

2 

2 

3 

24 

3 

3 

3 

6 
2 

18. 

18 

18,24 

6 

2 

3 

12 



Period. 



3 mos. (to Sept. 30, 1905) 
9 II from II 

3 „ (to Sept. 30, 1905) 
9 n from n 

Season If'OS-WOe 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 .1 

12 I, 

12 

12 ,1 

12 

12 

6 n (to Dec. 31, 1905) 

3 „ (to Mar.31, 1906) 

3 11 from 11 

12 I, 

12 ,1 

12 1 

12 

12 II 

Season 1905-1906 

Total 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

95 28 
205 60 
18 75 
56 25 
10 00 
30 00 
54 60 
16 48 
87 64 
48 33 
39 00 
45 00 

135 00 
20 00 
24 00 
18 66 
14 05 
16 00 
30 00 
50 Oo 
80 00 

39 00 
16 50 



21,650 11 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-9 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



NOVA SCOTIA POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, made 
within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Aberciombie and New Glasgow .... 
Acaciaville and Railway Station. . . 
Achosnach and River Dennis Centi-e 
Advocate Harbtmr and Apple River 
Advocate Harbour and Cape d'Or. . 
Advocate Harbour and Eaton ville. . 
Advocate Harbour and Parrsboro'. . 
do do . . . 

Advocate Harbour and West Advo 

cate 

Afton and Backhands 

do do 

Afton and Bayfield 

Afton and Railway Station 

Afton Station and Railway Station 
Albany Cross and New Albany . . . 
Alder Point and Little Bras d'Or, . 
Alder Point and Little Bras d'Or 

Bridge 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Alexander and Blackstone 

Alexander and North Highlands. 
Ale.\ander and Railway Station. . 
Alton and Railway Station. 



R. Dunbar 

H. T. Warne. . 
J. A. Campbell 
T. L. Turple... 

.1. Rector 

B. M. Elliott . . 
R. Hatfield .... 
J. A. Patterson 

B. M. Elliott.. 
J. R. Cook. ... 

W. Boyle 

E. H. Strople. . 

do 
J. McDonnell. . 
W. H. Durland 
V. Theriault... 



Period. 



do 



r. 



Beaton . . 

do .... 
D. McQuarrie 

Hood 

Amherst and Amherst Point IC. N. Coates. . 

. Finley 

I. B. Trerice. 
. Hills 



Amherst and Northport 

1, Amherst and Oxford 

do do 

[Amherst Railway Station, Street 

and Station Letter Boxes 

[.Amherst and Rockwell Settlement. 

[Amherst and Upper Nappan 

lAmherst Island and Entry Island. . 
[Amherst Island and L'Anse k la 

Cabane 

[Amherst Island and Leslie, 
innapolis Royal and Dalhousie 

West 

[Annapolis Royal and Granville 

Ferry 

lAnnapolis Royal and Milford . . . 

lAnnapolis Royal and Mochelle 

'Annapolis Royal and Peiott Settle- 
ment 

Annapolis Royal and Railway Sta- 
tion . ' . . 

Anthony's Line and Scotch Village 

Antigonish and Ballantyne's Cove. . 

Antigonish and Beechwood 

Antigonish and Brophys 



P. Baxter. . . 
F. Brownell 

Read 

J. Cassidy . . 

E. Vigne.au. 
Patton 



J. Gormley. ... 

W. H. Weather- 
spoon 

A. D. Thomas . . 
J. McDormand. 

C. Gormley. . . . 

A. Orde 

H. Cochran . . . . 
A. J. McGilliv- 

ray 

.A.. McDonald . . 

D. Moriarity . . . . 




3 
64 

1| 

75 yds. 

4^ 

20i 

26" 

26 

i,3J & 

30 yds. 

22 

31 



58 
16 



1 
14 
3^ 



11 rt. 

22i 
G 
2(5 rt. 



3 
2 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
3 

as req. 
6 

2 
1 

2 
1 



20 days (broken 
period) .... 
3 months 11 days to Dec 

11, '05 

12 months 

12 

12 „ 

12 

12 M 

12 „ 

6 
6 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 



12 

12 n 

12 „ 

Part of Seasons 1905-06. 



Season 1905-06 
12 months , . , . 



Amount. 



6 12 
6 12 
3 12 

1 Il2 

12 12 

2 il2 



$ cts. 

68 00 
100 00 

23 25 
2G8 00 

99 00 
165 00 
333 33 
533 33 

50 00 
12 50 
12 03 
66 66 
36 36 
35 00 
120 00 

43 26 

12 55 
34 28 

44 00 
53 20 
40 00 

197 00 

427 00 

252 50 

325 00 

495 00 

475 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 
144 00 

92 00 



225 00 
290 00 
110 00 

47 00 

156 50 
66 25 

923 00 

30 00 

128 00 



B-10 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Antigonish and Glen Uig Pleasant 
Valley 

Antigonish and Goldboro' . . 

Antigonish and Lower West River. 

Antigonish and North Grant 

Antigonish and Railway Station. . . 

\ntigonish and Sherbrooke 

Antigonish Harbour South Side, 
and Lower South River . 

Antrim and Gay's River 

Appin, North Lochaber and West 
Lochaber 

Apple River and Joggins Mines. . 

Apple River and West Apple River 

Arcadia and Pinkne)''s Point 

Ardoise Hill and Newjiort Station. 

Argyle Head and Railway Station. 

Ariehat and Petite de Grat Bridge 

Arichat and Pondville 

Ariehat and Robins 

Ashdale and Upper Glen Road. . . 

Ashfield and Orangedale 

Askilton and West Bay Road 

Aspen and James River Station . . 

Athol and Little Forks 

Athol and Railway Stacion 

Auburn and Greenwood 

Auburn and Railway Station 

Auburn and Wilton's Corner 

Auld's Cove and Railway Station. . 

Avondale Station and Dunmaglass. 

Avondale Station and Railway Stn. 

Avonport and Avonport Station.. . . 

Avonport Station and Railway Stn. 

Aylesford and Dalhousie Road. .... 

Ayle.sford and Harmony 

Aylesford and Millville 

Aylesford and Morden 

Ayle.sford and Railway Station . . . . 

Aylesford and Victoria Harbour . . . 

Aylesford and Weston 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Back Shore and Pietou 

Baddeck and Knglishtown. . . 
Baddeck and Forks Baddeck 
Baddeck and Ross Ferry .... 



Baddeck and Upper Baddeck River, 
do do 

Baddeck and Upper Middle River. 

Baddeck and Whycocomagh 

Baddeck Bay and PlaLster Mines. . 

do do 

Baddeck Bay and Rear Baddeck 

Bay . 

Baddeck River, North Branch and 

Forks Baddeck 

Baker Settlement and Greenfield. 
Baleine and Main-a-dieu 



H. Smith 

S. O. Gitfin.. .. 
D. H. Williams. 
H. Smith... . 

T. J. Sears 

J. O'Leary 

C. J. Fraser 

W. Blades 

G. A. Stewart . . 
G. Landigan. . . . 
M. Edgett . . 
J. B. Surette . . . 

W. Gibson 

H. Nickerson . . . 
J. Parker 

A. Boudrot 

C. Bioussard. . . 
V. Chisholm.... 
P. R. McDonald 
H. A. Archibald 
W. E. McKeen. 
Rhodes Curry Co 

D. F. Archibald 

E. Neily 

G. O. .Tacques . 

G. Stark 

M. Forrestall . . 
R. W. McDonald 
H. Gordon . . 
J. B. Newcombe 
L. F. Fuller.. 
H. S. Breunan 

do 
E.Harris .. 
W. Dempsey. . 
C. J. West . . . 
S. Spicer ... 

B. .-V. Brennan .. 



D. G. McKay. . 
.J. G. Dunlop . . 

W. Rice 

A. Matheson . . 

N. H. McKay . 
D. McKay 



7 
53 
3i 
3 
a 
i 
40 

16 D. 

1|& 3i 

29 
4 

11 
U&19rt 

" f 
4 
3 
14 
2" 
34 
3' 
29 
3 
1 

44 

133 yds. 

104 

"21" 

84 

11 

14 

40 vds. 
26 



v^ 



o P- 
2 



3 
6 
2 
3 

24&12 
6 

2 
2 

6 &3 
6 
3 

2 
12 & 2 
16 

Q 
3 
6 
3 
^ 
3 
3 
3 



Period. 



12 months 
12 „ 
12 „ ., 
12 .. ... 

12 

12 „ . 



12 il2 

1 il2 
12 12 

2 112 



12 12 
6 12 

12 1 12 
1 12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



J. G. Dunlop. 

do 
J. Morrison. . 
J. Mclver . 

A. McKay 



N. Buchanan. 
D. Weagle.... 
C. Burke. . . 



24 rt. 


1 ! 


74 rt. 


2 ! 


9 


2 ! 


i 


12 


n 


1 


10 rt. 


3 


27 


3 


21 


6 


7 


1 


104 


3 




2 


14 




14 


2 


194 


3 


27 


6 


4 


3 


4 


3 


34 


1 


5 


2 


5&8 


3&1 


44 


1 



(from Sept. 1 '05) 



Amount. 



22 days (to Oct. 

22, '05) 

9 days from Oct. 
22, '05 



(to Sept. 30, '05), 
from M 



(to Sept. 30, '05), 



S cts. 

70 00 

1,550 00 

49 80 

70 00 

161 31 

1,073 00 

86 00 
104 00 



83 33 


950 00 


53 53 


75 00 


177 00 


50 00 


80 00 


50 00 


61 00 


40 00 


49 00 


60 00 


324 00 


90 00 


120 00 


26 00 


78 25 


.53 00 


40 45 


313 00 


52 00 


60 00 


32 .50 


130 00 


56 72 


55 00 


76 90 


57 00 


36 66 


78 00 


275 00 


500 00 


40 00 


252 00 


34 50 


96 63 


200 00 


850 00 


9 50 


29 63 


23 50 


48 00 


110 00 


5 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 



B-11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&G. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Baleine and Main-a-Uicu 

Ballantyne's Cove and Livingtone's 

Cove 

Balmoral Mill.s and Tatamagoxiche. 
Rarney's Brook and Elnisdale.. .. 

Barney's River and Marsh 

Barney's River and Railway Station 

Bayney'.s River and Rossfield 

Barra (ilen and lona 

Barring'ton and Oak Park ... 

Barrington and Port Clyde 

Barrington Passage and Cape Sable 

Island 

Barrington Passage and Lower 

Shag Harbour 

Barrios Beach and Big Tracadie . . . 
Baiss Corner and New Germany. . . 
do do 

Barss Corner and Parkdale 

do do 

Barrs Corner and Stanburn 

do do 

Barton and Railway Station 

Basin River Inhabitants and Lower 

River Inhabitants 

Bass River and Londonderry 

Baxter's Harbour and Canning. . . . 
Bay St. Lawrence and Halfway 

House 

Bay St. Lawrence and Ingonish 

Ferry 

Bay St. Lawrence and Meat Cove . 

Bayside and White's Lake 

Bear CoveCheticamp and Meteghan 

Bear River and Lansdovvne 

Bear River and Morganville. ... 
Bear River and Railway Station. . . 

Bear River and Victory 

Beauly and St, Andrews 

Beaver Bank and North Beaver 

Bank 

Beaver Bank and Railway Station. . 
Beaver Cove and Railway Station. . 
Beaver Cove and Rear Beaver Cove 
Heaver Harbour and Port Dufferin. 

Bedford and English Corner 

Bedford and Pockwock 

Bedford and Railway Station . . . 

Bedford and Upper Sackville 

BHecli Hill and Chester Basin . . . . 
Beechnjont and North West Arm... 

do do 

Beechville and Railway Station . . . 
Bellefontame & Harbour au Bouche 
Belle Marche and Eastern Harbour 
Belleville and Railway Station . . 

Belmont and Debert Station 

Belmont and Railway, Station 

Benjainin's Mills and Falmouth 

Station ' 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



R.J. Binke... 

J. McKinnon . . 
G. E. Lombard 
C. McDonald . . 
J. McLeod, . . . 

A. Murray 

J. G. Clunis... 
R. P. McNeil. . 
J. Frost & Sons 
H. S. Hogg. . . . 



T. W. Robertson 



.7. E. Trefrey. 
H. Petipas. 
A. UeLoug, . . 
J. F. Langille 

J. Feindel 

A. De Tong . . 
S. P. De Tong 
J. F. Langille 
W. J. Gavel.. 

W. .7. Proctor 
L. Da\idson. . 
G. H. Whalen 

J. R. McNeil. 



J. McLeod . . . 
H. McDonald. 
M. Burke. . . . 
G. L. Conieau 
F. W. Purdy. 
.7. H. Berry . . 
F. W. Purdy. 
.7. W. Simp,son 
C. Chishoim... 



IW. T. Lively 
C. A. Barrett 
.7. H. McKinnon 
A. GiUis... 
S. .lewers. . . 
J. Thomas . . 



J. Mackenzie 
A. Peverill. . . 
R. Veinot . . 
J. A. McKenzie 
H. McSween. . . 

W. Bisho 

M. Bellefontaine 
D. Roche . . . 
L. V. Portier 
A. L. Stevens 
T. Lindsay . . , 



T. M.Martin.. 



Si (a 



44 

4 

21i 

4' 

8i 
5i 

44 
3 
30 

n 



4 

3 

3 
20rt 
2(i 

6 

6 

3 



14 
12 

23 

46i 

8||| 

3i-5 I 

"4 

4 

7rt 
5 
9S 



2.5 yds. 

50 yds , 

44 

34 

11 

15 

100 yds. 

18 rt. 

6 
6-4 
6-4 
300 yds. 
24 
2 
i 

3 

15 



19 



H:^ 



6 c- 



3 
6 
2 
2 
12 
1 
2 
6 
6 



Period. 



6 '12 



12 

12 
3 

I 9 

3 

9 

3 

2 j 9 

12 12 



3 12 
12 

2 12 



6 

6 
3 
3 
2 
3 
1 
12 
1 
2 

2 

12 

6 

1 

3 

3 

3 

42 

(i 

1 

1-1 

1-1 

3 

3 

3 



16 :12 



9 mos. from Sept. 30, '05 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from ti 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



Amount. 



(from Oct. 1, "05) 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 



2 
12 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from II 



(to March 31, '06) 
from If 

10 d. frNov.21'05 
from June 1, '06. 



3 12 



$ cts. 
15 00 

60 00 

387 00 

30 00 

69 00 
164 32 

45 23 

52 00 
85 00 

450 00 

350 00 

173 00 
60 00 
30 00 
89 25 
27 50 

234 00 
15 00 

37 50 
187 80 

70 00 
449 00 
127 77 

675 00 

500 00 
85 45 
75 00 
40 00 
84 00 

25 00 
139 00 

50 00 
60 00 

100 00 
68 86 

53 15 

26 00 
52 50 
(50 00 

115 00 

153 37 

2i)8 00 

42 42 

30 00 

11 00 

18 34 

3 75 

38 25 
60 00 
50 00 
75 00 

269 20 



B-12 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Berry Hill and Upper Stewiacke. 
Berwick and Berwick West.... 

Berwick and Giafton 

Berwick and Morristown 

Berwick and Railway Station.. 
Big Beach and Catrhing Post. . . 
Big Bras d'Or and Black Rock. , . 
Bier Bra.s d'Or and Ross Ferry . . . 
Big Brook and River Dennis Station 

Big (Jlen and Big Pond 

Big Harbour Island and Malaga- 
watch 

Big Intervale Cape North and Cape 

North : 

Big Intervale Margaree and North 

East Margaree 

Big Island and Merigomish 

Big Lorraine and Louisbiirg ... 

Big Marsh and Maryville 

Big Pond and Glengarry Valley. . . 
Big Port L'Hebert and Little Port 

L'Hebert 

Big Tracadie and Mattie 

do do 

Big Traeadie and Railway Station. 

Billtown and Sheffield Mills 

Birchtown and Clyde River 

Bishops Mountain and N. Kingston 

Bisho])villfe and Hantsport 

Blacketts Lake and Sydney Forks, 
Black Point and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Black Rock and Parrs boro' 

Blanchard Road and New Glasgow. 

Blanche and Cape Negro 

Blandford and Hubbard 

Blandford and Tancook Island 

Blockhouse and Maitland Forks. . . 
Blockhouse and Railway Station . . . 
Bloorafield and Main Post Road. . . 
Bloomington and Nictau.x Falls. . . . 
Blue Mountain and East River St. 

Mary's 

Blue Mountain and Greenvale 

Blue Mountain and New Glasgow. . 

Blue Rock and Lunenburg 

Blue Mills and Iron Mines 

Boisdale Barrachois and Railway 

Station . 

Boisdale and Railway Station 

Boisdale and Rear ot Boisdale 

Boijardarie and Little Bras D'or 

Bridge 

do do . . 

Bowser Station and Railway Station 

Boyd's and Fraser's Mills 

Boylston and Milford Haven Bridge 

Boylston and Mulgrave 

Boylston and South Manchester . . . 
Boylston and Tracadie Road. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 




C. B. Miller.. 

C. R. Borden . 
E. P. Sanford 
W. A. Reed . 
T. H. Mor.se. . 

D. A. McNeil 
M. McDonald 
H. McLeod . . 
H. A. Archibald 
D. A. McKinnon 

M.McIntosh .... 

N.A. McLennan 



D. J. Ross . 

A. G. McGregor 

M. J. Dowd .... 

D. J. Macdonald 
M. McNeil... . 

E. J. Lloyd.. 

E. Coty 

.1. Mattie 

F. Morin. . . . 
P. E. Sweet . . 
I. S. Acker. . . 
A. McGarvey. 
VV. Bishop .. 
R MacKenzie 
C. .Tohnstone. 
A. N. Hubby, 
W. Phinney.. 
J..T. Webster. 
S. S. Smith . . . 
C. McLean . . 
W. Stevens. . . 
A. Barry . ... 
I. Mossman. . . 
C. Marr 

C. H. Dunn . . 

A. Cameron . . 

D. A. Stewart 

G. M. Holmes 
R. H. Backman 
R. J. McDonald 

N. L. Nicholson 
.J. O'Hanley. 
,T. Molntyre. 



.5 

3 
18 Ft. 
14 rt. 

a 

4 

4 

2,\ 

144 

5' 

16i 



13 

3-13 

3 

3 

4 



15 rt. 

294 
61 
G' 
4 
U 
li 


20 
4 

17 
&8J 
84 



194 

24 
154 



W. F. Stubbert. 
R. McKenzie, , . 
A. Bowser . . 



A. A. Boyd 

W. Imlay .... 
R. W. Whitman. 
J. A. McMaster. 
J. A.McPherson. 



14 & 6 
14 & 6 
50 yds. 

21 

;i 

30 
3 



2 & 



3 
2 
6 
2-3 
3 

3 

12 

1 

2-3 

2-3 

12 

3 

12 
3 
3 
2 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from IT 



(to Aug. 31, '05), 
ir from 1 



(to Feb. 28, '06). 
from ir 
and 27 days (from 
Aug. 5, '05)... 



48 12 

33 22 

98 00 
80 00 
30 00 

45 00 
32 32 

30 00 
52 50 
16 25 
80 00 
118 00 
425 00 
20 00 

64 64 
80 00 
32 50 
90 83 

65 00 
404 00 

()5 00 
189 00 
140 00 

25 00 
125 00 

25 00 

35 00 

218 00 
20 00 

303 00 
84 00 

46 00 

60 00 
75 00 
27 22 

170 19 
96 06 

22 91 
30 CO 
(!9 00 
480 00 
50 00 
30 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-13 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments foi- Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Brazil Lake and Gardner's Mills. . 
Brazil Lake and Railway Station . 
Brentwood and Railway Station.. . 
Brickton and Railway Station.. . . 
Bridgetown and Clarence 



do do 

Bridgetown and Dalhousie West. 
Bridgetown and Granville Ferry 

Bridgetown and Hampton 

Bridgetown and Lawrencetown . 
Bridgetown and Parker's Cove . . . 
Bridgetown and Railway Station 
Bridgeville and Railway Station. 
Bridgewater and Lunenburg. . . 
Bridgewater and Mill Village.. . 
Bridgewater and Pleasant River . 
Bridgewater and Railway Station 
Bridgewater and Shelburne 

Bridgewater and Stanley Section 
Brighton and Railway Station. . 
Briley's Brook and Railway Station. 
Broad Cove Chapel and McEachern'.s 

Mills 

Broad Cove Marsh and Main Post 

Rdad ... . 

Broadway and Railway Station .... 

Brookfield and Forest (ilen 

Brooktield and Green's Creek 

Brookfield and Malaga Gold Mines 
Brookfield and Railway Station. . . . 
do do .... 

Brookfield and Upper Brookfield . 
Brookfield and L'pper Stewiacke. . . 

Brookland and Salt Springs 

Brooklyn and Railway Station .... 

Brooklyn and V armouth 

Brook Village and Centreville East 

Brook Village and (ilencoe 

Brook Village and Rosedale. . . . 
Broughton and Railway Station . . 
Brown's Mountain and Marshy Hope 

Briile and Denmark 

Brule shore and Tatamagouche .... 

Bryon Island and Lemieux 

Bryon Island and Leslie 

Buckfield and Main Post Road .... 

Burke and Mabou 

Burlington and Victoria Harbour. 
Burntcoat and Noel 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



C. E. Nickerson. 
Mrs.A.B.Tupper 

M. Brenton 

B F. 'Ward. . . , 

"W.H.Mackenzi< 

& B. O. Neily 

E. S. Grant. 

T. Todd 

J. F. Titus... 

do 
C. Poole . . . 
C. E. Dunn. . 

F. Crosskill. . 
S. Cameron. . 
J. C. Tobin.. 
F. P. Smith 
S. I. Feindel. 

do 
A. M. Hogg 



D. Walker.. 

Marr 

McDonald . . 



D. McEachren's 



Caledonia and Cameron Settlement 

Caledonia and Liverpool 

Caledonia and Maitland 

Caledonia and New Geimany 

Caledonia and Railway Station. . . . 
Caledonia and West Caledonia .... 
Caledonia and Westfield 



MoDougall . . 

Wilkinson . . 
B. Benjamin. 

Boomer 

Wyatt 

, S. Hamilton 
W. Freeman. 
Benjamin . . . 

Taylor 

Gray 

Godfrey 

Pitman 

McAskill.... 
Campbell. . . . 

McKinnon. . 

J. Ross 

McEachern. . 

McCoul 

Henderson . . 
, Dingwell . . . 
do 

Wynott 

Burke 

A. Baker. . . 
Murray 






2| 

i 
150 yds. 

i 

10 
10 

28 rt. 
14 
6 
74 & 104 
2G & 12| 



12 
394 
13-10" 

i 
86, 89 & 
16 

32 rt. 
4 
i 

24 

2 

13 rt 

- 8 
6 
J. 

4 
h 

■ 44 
18" 

2t\ 
200 yds. 

4 

5 
11 



S^ 



D. M. Cameron 
B. L. Godfrey. 

E. Lohnes . . 
W. H. .Tohnson 

do 
J. McGinty . . . 
R. Johnson . . . 



16 rt 

44 



9 
30 

30 rt 
25 

3 
3 



2 

3 

12 

12 

6 

6 

2 

6 

2 

1-1 

2-2 

12 

12 

3 

3 

2-3 

15-21 

6-6 
2 
6 
6 



2 
3 
2 
2 
6 
24 
6 
2 
6 
2 

12 
2 
2 
2 
2 

12 
1 
(> 
3 
1 



Period. 



12 months 

16 days (to July 16, '05). 

12 mt>nths 

12 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '('5) 



(from Nov. 1, '05). 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
4 mos. 3 dy s. to Nov. 3, '05 

12 M 

12 months 

8 mos. 2 dys. fr.Oct.30,'05 
12 months 
112 
12 
12 
■12 
il2 
112 
!12 
Part of season 1905 

8 trips . . 

12 months 

il2 

il2 

|12 ,- 




Amount. 



$ cts. 

.50 00 
108 00 

75 00 
70 20 

168 00 
luO 00 

130 00 
348 00 

25 00 
70 61 

175 76 
100 00 

65 00 
175 00 
489 00 
225 00 
215 85 

2,862 76 
220 00 

131 46 
78 25 

26 66 

20 00 
143 91 

75 00 
104 00 
230 00 
137 72 

49 97 
25 67 

687 00 
40 00 
43 62 

50 00 
52 00 

100 94 
37 50 

156 50 
30 00 
87 00 

66 37 
120 00 

48 00 
11 00 
15 00 
75 00 
100 00 



89 00 

949 00 

398 00 

790 00 

49 00 

85 00 

44 00 



B-14 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Caledonia and Whitebnrn Mines . 

Cambridge Station and Condon Set- 
tlement 

Cambridge Station and Kinsman's 
Corners 

Cambridge Station and Railway 
Station 

Camden and Truro 

Cam|)bell and Railway Station . . 

Camiibell's Mountain and Whycoco- 
magh 

Camperdown and Italy Cross . ... 

Canaan and Kentville 

Canaan and Tusket 

do do 

Canada Creek and Grafton 

Canning and Lower Blomidon 

Canning and Medford 

Canning and Railway Station 

Canning and Scott's Bay 

Canning .and South Scott's Bay .... 

Canoe Lake and Gaberouse 

Canso and Guysboro .... 

Canso and Hazel Hill 

Cape Augnet and Robins 

Cape Dauphin and New Campbell- 
ton 

Cape Fourchee and Yarmouth 

Cape George Harbour and St. Peters 

Cape Negro Island and North East 
Harbour 

Cape North and Dingwall 

Cape Sable Island and Clark's Har- 
bour 

Carleton and Richfield 

Carriboo Gold Mines and Upper 
Musqnodoboit 

Carriboo Island and Waterside .... 

Carroll's Corner and Elnitdale 

Castlereagh and Fortapique 

Catalone and Grand Lake 

Catalone and New Boston 

Catalone and Railway Station 

Catalone Gut and Railway Station. 

Centennial and Long Point 

Central Argyle and Railway Station 

Centre Burlmgton and Cheverie . . . 

Centre Burlington and Cogmagum 
River 

Centredale and Lome 

Centieville and East Halls Harbour 
Road .... 

Centreville and Railway Station. . . 

Chance Harbour and Pictou Land- 
ing 

Chaplin and Dean 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 






H. McGuire . 

J. Caldwell . . . 

H. Porter . . 

J. Caldwell . 
T. J. McKim . 
J. R. McDonald 
J. D. McAskill 

J. Z. VVambolt. 
G. K. DeWolf. . 
Ij. Andrews. . . . 

W. Brayne 

G. Bolser 

B. West 

O. Strong 

C. W. Dickie . . 

(i. R. .Te.ss 

B. Legge. . . 
A. Munro 

M. & W. Arms 
[ worthy .... 
J. & W. Arms 

worthy 

R. Goyetche. . 

p. McDermid. 
j A. B. Crosby . 

K. Mcfenzie . 

G. Perry 



N. ISIcPherson, 

G. D. Covert . . 
E. (i. (iavel ... 
G. Hamilton. . . 



M. McLean. . . 

J. Carroll. . . 
R. (iamble. . . . 
H. McDonald. 
D. J. McDonald 
do 

S. Dickson 

D. McDonald . . . 

C. Spinney 

L. Sandford .... 



C. L. Sandford . 
A. A. Campbell. 



R. Thorpe... 
CM. Roscoe. 



S. Eraser . . 
L. A. Dean. 



12 rt 
154 rt 



2i 

7 

4 
6 
31 rt 
31 rt 



16 

13 

4 

34 

2 
2| 

4 
3 



20 rt 
9 

7i 

10 rt 

16 rt 

3 

5 

2 



5 
4i 



o — 



12 
3 
6 
1 

2 
6 
2 
2 
2 &1 
6 
3 
24 
6 
2 
1 



6 
2 

6 

2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
16 
1 

1 
3 



ll&9i 2& 1 

S 18 



Period. 



12 months. 
12 „ 
12 „ 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from IT 




to April 30, '06) 



Amount. 



15 dys. (from June 16, '06; 
12 months 



12 „ 

Part of seasons, 1905-06 . 

12 months 

12 n 



4 
24 



(toMch. 31, '06) 



$ cts. 
87 00 

110 00 

185 00 

60 00 

15b 33 

78 00 

38 00 

50 00 
194 00 

44 25 
132 75 

80 80 

31 66 
78 00 
68 00 

332 49 

84 23 
20 00 

1,850 00 

5 20 
35 00 

50 00 

75 00 
70 00 
78 75 

57 00 

325 76 

76 00 
198 00 

40 00 

77 75 
■ 99 56 

32 32 
82 00 
66 00 
25 00 
60 00 
52 50 
48 00 

2G 00 
75 00 

85 29 
64 55 

52 00 
75 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-15 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Chapman Settlement and Rockwell' 
Settleniet\t L. Greeno 

Charleston and Mill Village :W. N. Baker . . . 

Charlus Cove and Guysboro M. O'Connor . . . 

Charlos Cove and White Head T. Fougere 

Chebogue Point and Yarmouth . . . . C. E. Weston , . 

Cherryfield and Railway Station. . . S. Meisner 

Cherryfield and Sarty's J. H. Robar 

Chester and Duncan 'B. Morash . . 

Chester and Railway Station G. Mitchell 

do do ;C. Smith 

Chester and Windsor |J. Webber 

Chester Basin and New Ross J. Jollymore. . . . 

do do L. H. Meister . . . 

Chester Basin and Railway Station. M. S. Boy Ian. . . 
do do .iF. D.Weynott. . 

Cheverie and Newport 'M. Rathbvni , . . . 

Cheverie and Walton L. Biown 

Chignecto and Maccan ,W. C. Ripley. . . 

Chimney Conifr and Dun vegan . . . . R.L. McPherson 

Chipman's Brook and Lakeville. . . . :A. Pineo 

Chipman's Corner and Kentville. . . :I. W. Pyke 

Chri.stmas Island and East Bay . . . J. Bryden . . . 

Chri.'-tmas I.sland and Railway Stn.iJ. McDougall. .. 

Church Point and Railway Station. I V. Thibodeau. 

Churchville and New (^lasgow. ... I.T. J. .McMillan. 

Claremont and River Philip ;F. S. Bent .. .. 

Clarke's Harbour and The Hawk. . . jM. Atuood 

Clarke's Road and Louisbiu'g .... jJ. McLean 

Clarksville and Railway Station . . . | A. E. Clark 

Claverhouse and Kinloch |A. McCormack. 

Cleuientspoi t and Olenientsvale. . . . C. W. Trimper. . 

Clenientsport and Railway Station. E. Rawding . . . . 

Clementsvale and Princedale T. E. Milner . . 

Cleveland and Kempt Road iJ. N. McLellan. 

Cleveland and Cleveland Siding . . . D. A. McLeod . . 

Cloverdale and Middle Stewiacke. . T. Winton .... 

Clyde River and Ujiper Clyde River. .)'. McKay 

Clydevale and Earltown | J. Graham 

Coady Settlement and Main Post 
Road I.T. 

Coddles Harbour and Goldboro. ... J. 

Coldbrook Station and Railway 
Station 

College (irant and Lochaber 

Collegeville and North Lochaber. . . 
' Oollingwood Corner and Farming- 
ton 

Collingwood Corner and Jack.son's. 

Collingwood Corner and Oxford 
•Junction Station 

Collingwood Corner and O.xford 
.Junction Station T. K. Chapman. 

Conieau's Hill and East ChebogucJH. Van Horn . . 

Conieauville and Railway Station. , jC. Gaudet 

Concession and Railway Station. . . . |P. .J. Douce^t. . 

Conn's Mills and Railway Station. . j A. De Mings 

Conquerall Mills and Hebbs Cross..' A. Veinot 

do do iF. Kaulbach.... 



M. Coady . . . 
W. Taylor.. 

E. Porter . . . 

(iillis 

A. Stewart . 



Nix. 
do . 

do . 



.5§ 
Q 



3 

2 

27 

lU 

12 rt 

3" 

n 
h 

X 

35" 

1.5 

15 

i 

i 

m 

111 

3i 

7" 
10 

2i 
31" 

i 
2i 
6" 
4 
Si 

^ 

100 yds. 

lU 

4" 

i 

3J 

4 

1 

4h 



6 
H 

12i 



8^ 

H 

a 

2i 

21 



I- X 

C t. 

. ^ 

o o- 



Period. 



Amount. 



2 

C 

(> 

3 

3 

3 

1 

C 

12 
12 

2 

2 

2 
12 

12 10 

C 12 

(i |]2 

6 12 

3 12 

2 12 
G il2 

3 12 
12 1 12 
12 112 

3 12 

2 112 
G 12 

1 12 
G 12 

3 12 
6 12 

12 12 

2 12 
G 12 

12 12 

2 12 

1 12 

2 12 

3 12 

2 12 

12 :i2 

2 ,12 

3 j 2 

3 '12 

3 12 



12 months 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

2 

2 
10 
12 

3 

9 

2 



12 12 
6 !l2 



(to Aug. 31 '05) 

from II 

(to Sept. 30 '05) 
from II 

(to Aug. 31 '05) 
from II 



(to Aug. 31 '05) 



(to Mar. 31 'OG) 
.from II 



(toSept. 30, 0.5). 
from II 



S cts. 

45 00 

110 00 

729 00 

239 00 

100 00 

48 m 

30 00 

IG 6G 

18 33 

75 00 

345 00 

24 50 
180 00 

25 00 

59 80 
C80 00 
390 00 
188 00 

GO 00 

84 84 
100 00 
520 00 

55 00 
150 00 
100 00 

8< 20 
1.50 00 

29 00 
1 00 

139 .3G 
118 00 

80 00 

48 00 

140 00 
75 00 
80 00 

120 75 
50 00 

10 00 
102 GG 

78 25 
55 25 

14 G2 

124 00 
118 50 

187 50 

49 75 
90 00 

175 00 

60 00 
32 00 

15 OO 
45 00 



B-16 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Nauie of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Cooks Brook and Little River Mus- 
quodohoit 

Copper Lake and North Lochaber.. 

Corberrie and Weymouth Bridge. . . 

Cow Bay and Dartmouth 

Cox Heath and Sydney River 

Craigmore and Railway Station .... 

Cranton Section and Frizzleton .... 

Cross Roads and Country Harbour 
and Forest Hill 

Cross Roads Leitche's Creek and 
Leitche's Creek 

Cross Roads, Leitche's Creek and 
North West Arm 

Cross Roads, Leitche's Creek and 
Railway Station 

Cross Roads Ohio and Donnybrook 

Cross Roads Ohio and James River 
Station 

Cross Roads St. Georges Channel 
and West Bay 

Crousetown .and Petite Riviere 
Bridge 

Culloden and Digby 

Cuniniing's Mountain and Sunny- 
brae 



Cook 

Manson.. . 
Gaudet . , 
Richard . . 
D. Lewis 
Cameron . 
Ingraham 



J. A. Mason 



Dalhousie Road and Lakeview. . . . 
do do 

Dalhousie Road and Springfield 
Railway Station 

Dalhousie Settlement and Scots- 
burn Station 

Danesville and Railway Station. . 

Dartmouth and Halifa.K 

Dartmouth and Montagne Gold 
Mines 

Dartmouth and Musquodoboit Har- 
bour 

Dean and Shubenac^die 

Debert Station and Folly Mountain 

Debert Station and Masstown .... 

Debert Station and Railway Station 

Deep Brook and Railway Station. . 

Deej) Brook and Waldeck Line 

Deep Cove and Gaberouse 

Deepdale and Strathlorne 

Delap's Cove and Granville Ferry. . 

Denmar'K and Railway Station 

Denmark and Truro 

Desoouse and Lennox Ferry 

Descouse and Rocky Bay 



Devon and Goflfs 

do do 

Digby and Port Wade 

Digby and Railway Station . 

Digby and West Ferry 

Digby and Westport 



Johnson . 

D. Clark 

D. Clark. 
Lay.s . . 



J. McLean.. 
R. Hill 



Hilton 

E. Turnbull. 



T. R. Mcintosh. 



.T. Forrestal . . . . 
do 

R. Stoddart . . . . 

C. A. Mcintosh. 
W. J. Wambolt. 
J. R. Maclean . . 

F. W. Cooper. . 

R. L. Wambolt. 
W. H. Guild.... 

D. E. Totten . . . 

G. W. Vance . . 

-J. Cottam 

.J. R. Vroom.. . . 
S. Henshaw. . . . 

R. Thomas 

A. J. McLellan. 

W. Hardy 

J. W. McLeod.. 
H. Marshall . . . . 

A. Landry 

J. P. Gruchy. . . 

M. Smith 

J. G. Kerr 

J. W. Mussells. . 

E. Turnbull 

J. W. Mussells. . 
W. H. Eldridge. 



cars 
Q 



6 

-»i 
14 
20 rt 

2 

If 
3i 



3 

i 

10 
15 

3 

16 rt 



5 
5 

lOi, 6i 

111 

2 



34 
30 

19i&18i 
4 
75 yds 
185 yds 
2i 
5" 
2 

12 

1 

12&21 
3i 
6A 



8 
2C0 yds 
8 
43 



t^ 



6 P- 



1 

2 

3,6& 

12 

3 

3 

18 



3 

6 

2& 1 

6 

12 

12 

2 

1 

6 

2 

12 

6&3 

6 

3 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months. 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



(to.Jany. 31'06). 
from 11 



8 do 2 dys from Oct 30'05 
12 months 



6 do to Dec. 31, '05 & ar- 

2 rears 

2 6 do from do ... 
3 mos. (from Apr. 1, '06) 

12 112 months , 

2 9 ..to Mar. 31 '06... 
6 12 ., 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 



B-17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Digby Wharfjand Railway Station . 
Do.i.inion No. 6 and Glace Ba3' ... 
Doucettville and North Range 

Corner 

Dufferin Mines and Port Dufferm. . 
Duncan and Railway Station ... 
Duncan's Cove and Main Post Road. 

Diinnaglass and Maple Ridge 

Dunmore and McPherson 

Dun vegan and Margaree Island .... 



Earltown and West Earltown 

East Amherst and Hastings 

East Bay and (ilen Morri.son 

East Bay and McAdam's Lake , . . 
East Bay and Rear East Bay .... 
East Chezzetcook and Head of Chez 

zetcook 

East Chezzetcook and Lower East 

Chezzetcook 

East Dover and McGrath's Cove. 
East Dover and Peggy's Cove . . . 
Eastern Harbour and Little River 

Cheticamp 

Eastern Harbour and Margaree 

Harbo\U' 

Eastern Harbour and Pleasant Bay. 
East Inglesvilleand Lawrencetown. 
East Jeddore and Jeddor Oyster 

Ponds 

East Mapleton and East South- 
ampton 

Eas'; Margaree and Main Post Road. 
East Mountain and Valley Station. 
Easo Pubnico and Railway Station. 
East River and Railway Station , . . 
East River St. Marys and Green's 

Brcjok 

East River Sheet Harbour and 

Lewiston 

East Side Port L'Hebert and Port 

Joli 

East Side Ragged Islands and 

Wall's Corner 

East Southampton and Railway 

Station 

East Southampton and South Brook. 
Eastville and Upper Stewiacke .... 
East Wentworth and Wentworth S'n 
Edwardsville and North West Arm. 
Kel Brook and Lower Eel Brook. . . 
Eel Brook and Railway Station . . 
Eel Cove and Main Post Road .... 
Eel Creek and Oxford . .... 
Eight Island Lake and Main Post 

Road 

Ellershouse and Hartville 

Ellershouse and Newport 

Ellersliouse and Railway Station. . . 

24— b2 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 


P.S. 

Q 


t. 


Period. 


C. Winchester . . 

D. Merlin ... 

J. Zeigler 

E. Gallagher . . . 
H. Rafuse .... 

D. Connors 

A.I). Eraser... . 
H. McGillivray. 
D. G.McLellan. 

D. R. McKay. . . 
J. S. Crandall. . . 

D. Morrison . 
A. McMullin. . . . 
J. Campbell .... 

J. W. Petti pas.. 

U. Roast 

W. Murphy 

A. A. Scott 

P. Poirier ...... 

T. B. Shaw .... 

E. Camul 

J.W.Banks.... 

F. H. Stoddard. 

R. G. Harrison.. 

D. Mclnnis 

E. Nelson 

B. Hines 

J. Meisner 

T. Green 

G. E. M. Lewis. 

W. McDonald . . 

J. Mathews 

R. G. Harrison . . 
J. W. Brown . . . 

G. Dickie 

D. G. Whidden. 

J. McDonald 

J. T. Surette .... 

W. H. Lent 

D. McLeod 

M. Hannon 

J. R. Sutherland 
G. Swinehammer 

W. Smiley 

J. McDonald.... 


i 
5 

8 
4 

i 
1 

3S 

14 

5 

5 
21 

44 

H 

3| 
3 

? 

4 
24 

23 

244 
7&4 

44 

6 
2 
3| 

54 
7 
7 
3 

5* 

184rt 
5 
6 

2 

24&li 

4 

19 rt. 

4 

14 

54 

50 yds. 


as req. 
6 

3 
3 
f! 
2 
2 
3 
1 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

2 

3 
3 
3 

2 

6 

2 

2&2 

2 

3 
6 
2 

16 
6 

2 

6 

1 

2 

12 
2 
6 
3 
3 
6 
6&16 
6 
3 

3 

6 

2 

24 


12 months 


6 n (from Jan. 1, 
12 , 


'06.) 


12 „ 

10 ., (from Sept. 1 

10 „ 

12 „ 


'05.) 


12 


12 


12 „ 


12 , 


12 


12 „ 

12 ., 


12 ., 


12 


12 


12 „ 

12 

12 ., 

12 ,. 


12 M 


12 ,. 


12 


12 M 


12 „ 


12 


12 .. 


12 M 


12 „ 

12 M 

12 M 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 


.... 


12 



Amount. 


$ cts. 


80 00 


250 00 


110 00 


85 85 


40 83 


•41 25 


39 50 


29 50 


38 00 


70 00 


40 00 


40 00 


67 00 


45 00 


28 00 


60 00 


25 00 


100 50 


30 00 


525 00 


300 00 


93 00 


49 00 


124 00 


65 00 


75 00 


60 00 


70 83 


40 00 


198 00 


40 00 


75 00 


00 00 


.50 00 


269 00 


79 79 


164 66 


75 75 


175 00 


15 00 


140 00 


25 00 


55 00 


100 00 


75 00 



B-18 



P08T OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route, 



Elmsdale and Nine Mile River 

EliDsdale and Upper Nine Mile 
River 



Elmsdale and Railway Station 

Emerald and Main Post Road 

Enfield and Goffs.. 

Eniield and Railway Station 

Enfield and Renfrew 

English Corner and Pockwook 

Englishtown and Ingonish Ferry. . . 
do do . . . 

Englishtown and Murray 

Englishtown and North Sydney, . . . 
Erinville and Roman Valley. . . . . 

Essex and Port Hastings 

Estmere Alba and Railway Station. 
Etang du Nord and (ii-aiid Entry. . 

Eureka and Island P]ast River 

Eureka and Railway Station 

Evanston and Railway Station 



Fairview Station and Railway Stn. 

Falkland and Herring Cove 

Falmouth Station and Railway Stn. 

Fauxbourg and L\menburg 

Feltz South and Rose Bay 

Fenvvick and Nappan Station. .... 

do do 

Ferguson's Lake and Main Post Rd 
Ferry Landing and Little Narrows. 
Ferry Landing and Railway Station 
Fifteen Mile Stream and Hopewell. 
Fisherman's Harbour and Port 

Hillford 

Five Islands and Great Village . . 

do do 

Five Islands and Lower Five Islands 

Five Islands and Parrsboro 

Florence and Little Pond 

Florence and Sydney Mines 

do do 

Folly Lake and Railway Station. . . 
Folly Village and Railway Station. 
Forbes Point and Lower East Pub- 

nico 

Forest Glade and Margaretville. . . . 

Forest Glen and Kingross 

Forties Settlement and Fraserville. 
Forties Settlement and New Ross. . 
P'ort Lawrence and Railway Stn. . . 
Fort Lawrence and Upper Fort 

Lawrence 

Fort Louisbourg and Louisbourg. . . 

Fort Point and Weymouth 

Fouichu and Gaberouse 

Fourchu and Grand River . 

Fourteen Mile House and Railway 

Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. McDonald. . . 

A. J. Home. . . 

H.R. Whitehead 
M. I. Tompkins. 

E. McDonald . . . 
H. F. Donaldson 

F. D. Home... 
R.D. Haverstock 
K. Mclnnis. . 
D. B. Macleod 
F.J.D. Barnjum 

J. Old 

P. E. Farrell. . . 
J. McKinnon. . 
W. .T. Kennedy 

J . Patton 

A. McKenzie. . 

H. Grant 

J. C. McLeod. . 



V. E. Purcell . . 
P. V. Hayes . . 
F. H. Manning 
R. A. Backman 

W. Moisher 

A. E. Ripley.. 
F. C. Smith. . . 
D. Feiguson . . 
A. McCaskill. 
K. McLennan. 
J. McNaughton 



N. Bingley 

S. F. Fletcher. . 
.1. C. Jainie.son. 

D. Corbett 

A. F. Durning. 

W. Marsh 

P. A. Stubbert 
.J. McKeigan... 

C. Fields 

F. G. Wheaton 



J. L. Amiro . 
J. I. Nixon. 
T. McLean... 
L. Hiltz.. .. 
J. Corkum. . . 
C. E. Baker . 



M. Chapman. 
M. Pope.. . 
G. T. Cook . . 
G. Hardy ... 
G. Hardy. . . 



E. B. Hubly , 



a 




<0 . 

a » 


f:> 


c3.r2 


O t. 


.1§ 




« 


^ 


7 


2 


11 


3 


80 yds. 


18 


Sh 


2 


t'jTf 


3 


80 yds. 


18 


7 


2 


4 


3 


25i 


(i 


25j 


6 


3 


6 


27t\ 


(! 


7 


1 


12 


1 


4i&2 


G&3 


24* 


asreq. 


2i 


3 




24 


i 


6 


250 yds. 


6 


3 


2 


12 yds. 


12 


■ ^ 


1&2 


6; 


1&3 


3^ 


3 


^ 


3 


H 


3 


2| 


3 


5i 


6 


29i&5i 


1&3 


11 


3 


28i 

28| 


6 


6 


2 


6 


1.5 


6 


2 


I 


2 


6 


2 


6 


100 yds. 


12 


4i 


12 


7 


8 


8 


3 


3 


1 


5 


2 


5&12 


l&l 


i 


12 


n 


3 


H 


2 


3 


2 


3 


12 


30 


3 


350 yds . 


12 



3 mos. (to Sept. 30, '05). 

8 „ 16dys.{fromOct. 
16, '05) 



and arrears. 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from n 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

6 

3 

9 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
Part of seasons 1905 06. 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 „ : .. 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
6 
6 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Amount. 



12 

9 

3 

12 

12 

12 

3 

9 

12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



(to Dec. 30, '05). 
from It 



(to March 31, '06): 
from n 1 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from 11 



(from Nov. 1, '05) 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOTA SCOTIA DIVISION 



B-19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Fox Harbour and Wallace 

Franibois-e and Loch Lomond . . 
Framboise and North Framboise. . . 
Fraser's Grant and Heatherton. . . . 
Fraser's Grant and New France, . . 
French River and McCirath's M't'n. 
French vale and North West Arm. . 
Frizzleton and M.irsh Brook. . . 
Gaberouse and Gaberouse Barra- 

chois 

Gaberouse and Gull Cove 

Gaberouse and Sydney 

Gairloch Moiintain and West Side 

Middle River 

Gardiner Mines and Old Bridgeport 

Mines 

Gaspereaux and Vesuvius 

Gas|)ereaux and Wolfville 

Gay's River and Ramsay 

Gay's River and West St. Andrevvis 

Gegoggin and Liscomb 

iieorges River, North Sydney Junc- 
tion Railway Stations 

Georges River and Scotch Lake. . 
Georges River Station and Long 

Island Main 

Georges River Station and Ry. Stn 

Georgeville and Greendale 

Georgeville and Malignant Cove. . 

Georgeville and Morar - 

Gerrard Island and Pope's Harbour 
Gilbert Cove and Railway Station 
Gilbert Mountain and Halfway 

River .Station 

Gillanders Mountain and Middle 

River 

Gillis Cove and Orangedale .... 
Glace Bay and Port Caledonia . . . 
Glace Bay and Railway Station. , 

Glasgow and Shunacadie 

Glassburn and Main Post Road.. 

Glencoe and Upper Glencoe 

Glendale and West Bay Road . . . 
Glendyer and Railway Station. . . 

Glenelg and Sherbrooke 

Glengarry and Mabou 

Glengarry Station and Railway 

Station 

Glengarry Station and Union 

Centre. 

Glen Margaret and Peggy's Cove 
Glen Margaret and Railway Station 
Glenora and Main Post Road .... 



Glenora Falls and Mabou. .... . 

Glenville and Willowbank 

Glenwood and Railway Station . . 
Glenwood and Roberts Island. . . . 

(ioldenville and Sherbrooke 

Gold River and Railway Station. 

'i4_B2^ 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



B. Robertson. . . 

D. Patterson. . . 
A. McQuien 
A. McDougall. 

L. McNeil 

W. Flynn 

M. H.'Gouthro. 

E. Burton 



D. J. McLeod. 

E. Bagnell ... 
D. McRae 



N. Nicholson.. . 

H. Boutflier. . 
J. D. Martin. . 
M. CleveLind . . 
M. Andrews. . 

do 
H. Croft. . . . 

L. Day 

J. M. McLeod . . 

D. B. O'Handley 

W. Ahnon 

A. Mclnnis 

D. Mclnnis 

J. \. Gillis 

G. Geirard 

C. White 



D. Atkinson . 

C. McLennan 
P. McLellan . 

D. Merlm . . . 
S. H. Petrie. 
D. 8. McKinnon 
J. B. McDonald. 
P. Campbell . . 
A. McDonald. , . 
N. Cameron. . . . 

J. McGrath 

A. Beaton . . . 

A. Mc Arthur. . . 

D. McDermid. . 
O. Dauphin. . . 

W. Mahar 

W. A. *Lamey. . 

A. D. Campbell 
D. D. McLellan 
J. Frost & Sons 

do 
M. Mc(;rath 
A. Keddy . . 



a 


D-piJ 






en 

C (C 




oiTZ 


O fc, 


!ES 


o ft 


Q 


't^ 


4&13 


3 


12 


2 


5 


1 


5 


1 


i§ 


1 


4| 


2 


7 


2 


4* 


3 


li 


2 


4 


1 


27 


3 


4 


2 


U 


() 


19§ rt. 


2 


24 


6 


7h 


2 


7^ 


2 


6g 


1 


21 


12 


11 


6 


24 


2 


80 yds. 


3 


7 


1 


7 


(i 


2^ 


3 


24 


3 


H 


12 


8 


2 


4 


1 


H 


2 


3 


6 


i 


6 


4 


2 


^ 


6 


5 


2 


Ti 


C 


1 


6 


11 


3 


4 


2 


100 yds. 


12 


22 rt. 


3 


94 


C 


10 


6 


4 


3 


3 


3 


1| 


3 


3 


16 


3 


2 


24 


3 


S 


6&12 



12 months. 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from H 
17 days (from 
Aug. 15, '05).. 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 



Amount. 



24 days (to Oct. 
24, '05) 



•H) cts. 

60 00 
100 00 
25 00 
46 00 
12 00 
28 50 
80 00 
40 00 

40 00 

40 00 

500 00 

40 00 

85 00 
82 33 
96 00 
45 00 

45 00 

43 87 
200 00 
104 00 

75 00 

25 00 

35 00 

155 00 

46 80 
50 00 

170 00 

78 50 

21 00 

50 00 
150 00 

75 00 

35 00 
8 00 

39 90 
244 00 

()0 60 
149 00 

30 00 

53 41 

189 00 
178 39 

199 00 

11 03 
50 00 
.30 00 

200 00 
25 00 
70 00 

144 79 



B-20 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX 'Q— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Gore and Maitland 

Gore and Mount Uniacke 

Gore and Newport 

Gore and Shubenacadie 

Grand Anse and Railway Station. . 

Grand Entry and Lemieu.x 

Grand Entry and Leslie 

Grand Entry and Old Harry 

Grandique Ferry and Lennox Ferry 

Grandique Ferry and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Grandique Fei-ry and West Arichat 

Grand Lake Station and Railway 
Station . 

Grand Narrows and Railway Sta- 
tion . , 

Grand Pre and Long Island.. .... 

Grand Pre and Melanson 

Grand Pre and Railway Station . . . 

Grand River and Grand River Falls 

Grand River and Lewis Cove Road. 

Grand River and St. Peters 

Granton and VVestville 

Granville Ferry and Victoria Beach. 

Great Village and Railway Station. 

Green Cove and Main Post Road . . 

Greenfield and Middlefield 

Greenfield and Valley Station ... - 

Green Hill and Westville 

Greenville Station and Henderson 
Settlement 

Greenville Station and Railway St'n 

Greenwich and Lower Canard . . . 

Greenwich and Railway Station . 
do do 

Greenwich and White Roclc Mills 

Grindstone Island, Etang du Nord 
and South Beach 

Grosses Coques and Railway Station 

Grosvenor and Railwav Station 

Gunning Cove and McNutts' Island 

Guysboro' and Heatherton 

Guysboro' and Salmon River Lake. 

Guysboro' Intervale and North 
Intervale 

Guysboro' Intervale and North 
Intervale 

Half Island Cpve and Lower White- 
haven 

Halfway Brook and Lilyvale 

Halfway River Station and Harri- 
son Settlement 

Halfway River Station aind Petti- 
grew Settlement 

Halfway River Station and Railway 
Station 

Halifax Letter Carriers Service. . . . 

Halifax and Lower Prospect. 

do do 



R. S. Walker. . . 

D. McPhee 

G. A. Casey. . . . 
A. C. Densmore. 
M. McPherson . . 

H. Taker 

do 

W. E. Clarke... 
J. V. Shaw. ... 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



T. McDonald... 
J. A. Parker. . . 



S. C. Fiske , 



E. A. Macneil , 

A. Fullerton 

J. L. Simson. . . 
E. McLatchy . . 
D. N. McKillop 

H. McLeod 

A. McEachern . 

D. Porter 

L. M. Young. . 

A. S.Kent 

W. H. Dupe... 
J. E. Tibert . . 
A. J. McKenzie. 
J. D. Cameron 



J. R. McKeand 
W. C. Brown. : 
H. W. For.syth. 

do 
G. D. Brown ... 
J. L. Bishop . . . 









J. Patton 

J. A. Comeau . . . 
S.J. O'Neill.... 

C. Rapp 

D. D. Harington 
J. E. Lawlor .... 



20 

27 
41 rt. 
40, 45,33 

1^ 
6-13 
13 
6 



2i 
11 

300 yds. 

i 
2i 
3 

4 

4 

3 
17 

7 
17 

4 

n 

5 
5 



6 

100yds. 
6^&1 

12yds. 

12yds. 
5 

5&9i 

f 

H 

28 
13 



W. A. McKenzie 

D. J. McDougall 

S. Hendsbee .... 
S. Pyke 



I. Fullerton . . . 

F. Fullerton 

do 
Halifax Electric 

Tiamway Co 
S. Slaun white. 
J. Doherty . . . 



13 

2i 



22i 
21 






1 &2 
3 
3 

1, 1,1 
12 
1 
1 
1 
G 

6 
6 

12 

12 
3 
3 

12 

'2 
2 
6 
3 
6 

12 

2 

3&6 

2 

3 

3 

12 

6&12 

24 

24 

3 

2&2 
12 
3 
1 
6 
3 

3 

3 

6 

2 

2 
3 

12 





Period. 


Amount. 


12 mon 
12 „ 
12 „ 
12 .„ 
12 „ 
Part of 

Part of 
12 mon 

12 „ 
12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 
12 ,. 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 n 
12 n 

12 M 

12 „ 
12 „ 
12 „ 
12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 
12 „ 

12 M 

6 „ 

6 ., 

12 „ 

Part of 
12 mon 
12 „ 
12 „ 
12 „ 
12 „ 

9 „ 

3 M 

12 M 
12 M 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 „ 
12 „ 
12 „ 


ths , 


$ cts. 

345 00 
440 00 




353 00 
328 00 


season 1905 

1906 

seasons 1905-6. . . 
.hs 


100 00 

48 00 

12 50 

100 00 

600 00 




120 00 




495 00 
35 00 
35 00 




80 00 




70 00 
87 64 
42 50 




20 00 
499 00 
234 00 
312 00 
146 00 

25 00 




97 32 





91 00 
156 00 

80 00 




50 00 


(to bee' 31^ '05.) 
from n 


259 93 
31 30 
31 30 
62 36 


seasons, 1905-06. . 
ths 


175 00 

325 00 

101 00 

25 00 


(to March 31, '06) 
from 11 


1,378 00 
181 00 

36 00 

12 00 

324 00 




31 50 
95 40 
85 00 




50 00 

360 00 
210 00 
225 00 






MAIL T R AN SPORT AT WM— NOT A SCOTIA DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-21 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Halifax and Railway Station 

Halifax and Sambro 

Halifax and Street Letter Boxes. . . 

Halifax and West River Sheet Har- 
bour . 

Halifax and Wharf . 

Halifax Special Christmas delivery. 

Hantsport and Lockhartville 

do do .... 

Hantsport and Railway Station. . . . 

Harbour au Bouche and Railway Stn 

Harb mrville and Railway Station. . 

Hawthorne and Port Hood 

Hay Cove and Loch Lomond 

do do .... 

Hay River and Mount Young .... 

Hazel Hill and Little Dover 

Head Jeddore and Lower West 
Jeddore 

Head of .Teddord and Myer's Point. 

Head of River Hebert and River 
Hebert 

Head of St. Margaret's Bay and 
Railway Station 

Heathbell and Scotsburn Station. . 

Heatherton and Railway Station. . . 

Hebbs Cross and Micmae Gold 
Mines 

Hebbs Cross and Railway Station. . 

Hebron and Port Maitland 

Hebron and Railway Station .... 
Hectanooga and Railway Station . . 

Hemford and Railway Station 

Hemford and Simpson's Corner . . . 

Hilden and Railway Station 

Hillaton and Railway Station 

Hill Grove and Railway Station.. . . 

Hillside and Railway Station 

Hodson and River John 

Horiieville and South Port Morien. 
Hopewi-11 and Railway Station .... 
Hortonville and Railway Station . . 
Hubbard's and Railway Station. . . . 
do do 



Indian Harbour Lake and Sher- 

brooke 

Indian Point and Mahone Bay 

do do 

Ingonish Ferry and New Haven.. . 
Ingram River and Railway Station. 
Inverness and Railway Station . . . . 



D. McLellan . . . . 
J. N. Smith, Jr. 
W. Creighton. . . 



T. Cox 

F. Hughes 

J. M. McGrath 
B. Mason 

G. King 

S. H. Mitchener. 
M. Pelrine, . . 

(J. Collins 
.7. S. Gillis. .. 
R. D. Morrison 
J.N.MacDonald 
A. S. McKinnon 
P. Sampson. . . 



S. Dooks 

C. I. Myers . . 



J. O. Scott. 



W. Mahar 

D. G. McKay . . 
D.D.Harrington 



B. Boliver. . . 
J. E. Hebb. 



Porter&Thurst'n 

S. A. Bain 

J. A. Blackadar 
W. Mailman. 

do 
J. Wynn. . . . 
C. Dorman. 
J. Trevoy & 

Harris 

M. Ferguson. 
T>. E. Logan. 
H. Spencer . . 
F. Proudfoot 
F. G. Curry . 
McLean Bros 
A. W. Stratford 



A. Cameron . . . , 
J. A. Andrews. 

E. Mosher 

S. S. Bu7-ke. .. . 

C. Johnson 

D. Mclsaac 



do do 

Inverness and Sight Point 

Inverness Asylum and Railway 
Station 



A. J. Campbell 
J. D. McEachen 



D. F. McDonnell 



.2^ 



u 

214 
18,34&20 

83 & 443 



3 

3 

1 

12 
12/. 

li 

A" 

9 

2i 



3i 
350 yds. 



50 yds. 

h 
3 

i 

3 

124 

10" 

9&10 
1 

5 
i 



41 rt. 

5 

5 

2U 

1 

i 



t^ 



6 c 



Period. 



asreq. 12 months, less fine. 

3 !12 

12,6<fc' 

12 „ 

3&3 12 .. 

Special trips 



3 
12 

() 
12 
12 
6 
3 
12 
24 

3 
3 

3 
1 
12 
12 
12 
12 



3 

2 

2 

6 

12 

12 

12 
2 



months (to Mar. 31, '06) 
from ti 



12 12 

3 12 
12 !12 



12 



(from May 1, '00) 



2 dys. (from Oct. 

30, '05) 

Pt. seasons 1905-6 



Amount. 



(to Aug. 31, '05). 
from 11 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
(fr. Sept. 30, '05). 
(fr. Oct. 1, '05).. 
(to July 31, '05). 
(to Mch. 31, '06, 

less fin^. 
(to Mch. 31, '06). 



(to Mar. .31, '06). 



•I cts. 

1,190 00 
180 00 

2,034 63 

1,749 07 

8 00 

21 38 

58 50 

19 50 

68 00 
90 00 

300 00 
28 00 
83 04 
27 50 

30 00 
00 00 

119 00 
6 66 

135 00 

99 00 
71 00 
50 34 

25 00 

42 00 

100 00 

75 00 

40 00 

26 00 

100 00 
56 28 

101 01 

60 00 
216 84 

69 00 

49 16 

50 00 
100 00 

7 25 

31 20 



193-00 
11 81 
56 25 

711 00 
15 50 

43 00 

18 78 
70 00 

22 50 



B-22 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor 



Inverness Asylum and Railway 

Station 

lona and Lower Washaljuck . . . 

lona and Railway Station.. 

Irish Cove and Lake Hist.. 

Irish Cove and St. Peters 

Irish Cove and Sydney 

Iron Ore and Sunnybrae 

Iron Rock and Railway Station .... 
Italy Cross and Railway Station. . . 

Ivera and LTpper Middle River . . . 
Jacksonville and North Sydney. . . . 
James River and James River Sta- 
tion 

.James River Station and Railway 

Station 

Jamesville and McKinnon's Har- 
bour 

Jauvrin's Harbour and WestArichat 
Jeddore Oyster Ponds and Upper 

Lakeville 

Jersey Cove and Main Post Road. . 
Joggin Bridge and Railway Station 
Joggins Mines and Lower Cove. . . . 
Joggins Mines and Railway Station 

Jordan Bay and Shelbourne 

do do 

.Jubilee and McKinnon's Harbour. . 

.Judique and Melford 

Judique and Railway Station 

Judique and Upper South West 

Mabou 

Kemptville and Railway Station 

Kenloch and Scotsville 

Kennetcook Corner and Noel . . . 
Kennetcook Corner and Railway 

Station 

Kennington Cove and Louisburg, 

Kentville and Lakeville 

do do 

Kentville and New Ross 

Kentville and Railway Station. . . 

Kerrowgare and Sunnybrae 

Kewstoke and Whycoconiagh. . . 
Kingsbury and Lun^nburgh . . . . 

do do 

King's Head and New Glasgow 

Kingsport and Medford 

Kingsport and Railway Station, 
Kingsport and Railway Wharf. . 
Kingston Station and Melvern 

Square 

Kingston Station and North King 

ston 

Kingston Station and Railway Sta 

tion . . 

Kingston Station and Tremont .... 

do do 

do do ... 



A. F. r.eaton... 
D. D. McNeil . 
K. A. Macneil. 
D. McDougall. 

A. McNeil 

do 
J. McDonald . . 

C. Eraser 

T. Brady 



J. H. McLennan 
J. B. Jackson. , . 

P. McDonald . . . 

J. McDonald . . . 

M. McDonald.. 
S. Bonin 



H. Faulkner . . . 
J. Montgomery 
H. .J. Woodman. 

C. Melanson . 
do 

J. H. Bower . . 
L. Hip.«on . . . 

D. A. McNeil. 
J. D. McDonald 
N. S. Mclsaac 



A. McLellan. . . 
J. W. Crosby.. 
A. Kennedy . . 
J. Murray .... 




33 rt. 

1, 

27 

3ih 

4" 

300 yds. 

i 

2 
3i 



100 yds. 

2^ 
5 

4 
350 yds. 

H 

3 

5&24 rt. 
5&24 

H 
r 

10 

124 

7i 
20 rt. 



Period. 



12 



T. Barron 

A. McLean ... 

M. Driscoll 

W.Boyle 

J. S. Murphv. , . 
J. H. Hiltz.". ... 
A. McL. Sinclair 
A. McQueen ... 

E. N. Naas 

L. B. Young . . 
M. McKenzie. . . 

W. West 

E. C. Wall 

J. D. Ells 



J. Randall. 
G. Walker. 



J. F. Reagh... 
M. H. Welton. 

E. Neily 

A. J. Saunders . 



200 yds. 





6 


1 


19 rt. 


6 


19 rt. 


6 


26 


2 


■* 


36 


4 


2 


7i 


1 


344 


6 


34i 


6 


74 


3 


2 


3 


J 


24 


i 


12 


21 


6 


9N. &1 




S. rt. 


1&2 


100 yds. 


12 


14A&16 


l&l 


I4I&I6 


l&l 


4 


1 



3 

2 

2 

6 

12 

6 

12 

3&3 

3&3 

3 

2 

12 

2 
3 
2 

2 



3 mos. (from Mar. 31, '06) 

12 

2 ,, 

12 M '.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

12 

12 „ 

12 .. 

12 „ 



2 dvs. (from Oct. 
30, '05) . . . 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from It 



12 

12 

12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

3 

9 
12 
12 
12 

12 



12 

12 

12 

12 

3 

9 
12 
12 
12 
12 

3 

9 

12 ., 

12 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 1905-6... 

12 months 



Amount. 



(from Oct. 1, '05) 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from n 



(to Sei)t. 30, '05) 
from 1. 



12 

12 

3 

9 

il2 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from 11 



$ cts. 



18 75 

225 00 

50 00 

32 32 

950 00 

1,400 00 

26 00 

60 00 

20 13 

20 uO 

100 00 

35 50 

80 00 

50 00 
90 00 



40 00 


15 00 


81 38 


199 00 


81 36 


100 00 


221 25 


68 00 


120 00 


37 50 


68 42 


127 50 


62 08 


80 00 


31 30 


40 00 


74 25 


222 75 


308 00 


150 00 


4li 00 


.50 00 


115 46 


375 00 


1.50 00 


40 40 


100 00 


52 50 



150 00 



100 00 
31 .30 
IS 75 
70 20 
20 00 






MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 



B-23 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Kingsville and Mclntyie's Moun- 
tain 

Kinsman's Corner and Waterville. . 
La Have Island and West Dublin. . 
Lake Annis and Railway Station. . 
Laku Killarney and Shinemicas 

Bridge ...!.. 

Lakelands and Railway Station. . . . 

Lake Mnnro and Milford 

Lake Pleasant and Springfield 

do do ... 

Lake Ramsay and New Ross 

Lakevale and West Lakevale 

Landor and Lowei' Stewiacke 
Lansdowne Station and Pleasant 

V^illey . 

Lansdowne Station and Railway 

Station 

Lapland and Newcomb 

Lawiencetown and Nictaux Corner.s 

School House .. 

Lawrencetown and Railway Stn . . . 

Leamington and Springhill 

Leitehn'.s Creek and Upper Leitche's 

Creek 

Lewis Bay West and Victoria Bdge 
Lewis Mills and Mount Uniacke. . . 
Lewis Mountain and Whycocotnagh 

Bay, North Side 

Lexington and Port Hastings 

Linden and Pugwasli 

Lingan and Sydney 

Linwood and Railway Station 

LisoomV) and Little Liscomb. . . . 
Li.scomb Mills and West Liscomb . . 
Little Bass River and Pleasant 

Hills . . .... 

Little Bias d'or and Point Aconi . . . 
do do 

Little Harbovir and Rcidway 

Little Judique and Railway Stn . . 

Little Lorraine and Mainadieu 

Little Mabou and Port Hood 
Little Pqrt L'Hebert and Sable 

River 

Little River Musqiiodoboit and 

Lower Meagher's Grant 

Liverpool and Milton 

Liverpool and Port Medway 

Liverpool and Railway Station .... 

Liverpool and Shelburne 

Liverpool and Western Head 

do do ... 

Livingston's Cove and Point of 

Cape 

Lochaber Mines and Main Post 

Road 

Loch Broom and Railway Station. . 



J. E. Brown. . 
R. Wentzell. . . 
L. McNaye. . , 
W. S. Saunder 
N. Keddv.... 
R. R. Boyd. . 
R. Jefifers . . . . 

W. Murray. . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. D. Mclntyre 
R. I). Pineo . 
R. Bushen. . . 
G. A. Cof^sar. 
E. Wood . . . 



A. McLeod. 
J. Garber. . 



H. Daniels. . . . 
W. G. James. 
G. Nelson . . . 



A. Beaton . 
A. A. Gillis. 
W. Glassey. 



N. Martin 

T. McKinnon. 

T. Hollis 

T. C. Kehoe . . 
H. DeCoste... 
E. Randolph . 
E. Misener. . . . 



D. McLaughlin 

J. Day 

J. C. Brewer. . . 

S. J. Rei:l 

A. D. Beaton. . 
J. McDonald . 
A. H. Mclsaac. 



S. A. Craig... 

R. M. Boyer. . . 
W. J. Stafford. 
F. B. Dolliver. 
F. Frelick . . . . 



J. R. Hogg 

A. L. West.... 
W. T. Stafford . 



L). McDougall . . 

J. S. McCarthy 
R. McLeod . . , . 






5 

15 rt. 

5 

i 



7 

2h 
U 
5" 

H 

4i 
14 

20 rt" 

16 rt. 

i 
4 

5 
4 



4 
3 

10 & 12 

36i rt. 

2 

3 

6 

5 

7 

5i 

4 

2h 

4" 

4 

10 



3 
13 

1 

61,58&16 

7 
7 

4 

1 



^ii 



3& 



Period. 



2 12 months. 

B 12 

2 12 

f! 12 

2 12 



1 12 
3 12 

2 12 



f) 112 

12 12 

2 i 8 
2 



12 

2 12 

1 3 

1 9 

1 12 
6 12 

2 12 

1 |12 

2 il2 
I 

3 12 
12 !12 

6 jl2 
12 8 



6 12 

3 12 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from ., 



(from Nov.l, '05) 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from n 



2 days (from Oct 

30, 1905)... ».. 
(from Jany., '06) 
(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from II 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

46 50 

300 00 

102 25 

50 00 

30 00 

102 96 

59 00 
20 25 

12 50 

42 00 
90 00 

60 00 

200 00 

50 ((0 
80 00 

95 00 
80 00 
79 00 

35 00 

45 00 

120 00 

43 26 

59 00 
239 80 
700 00 

55 33 
22 00 

70 00 

41 00 

13 00 

44 99 
25 00 

71 99 

60 00 

18 00 

120 00 

120 00 
147 00 
374 90 

130 81 

2,262 76 

112 50 

32 50 

19 OO 

35 00 
30 00 



B-24 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Coil tr.ac tor. 



Londonderry and Railway Station 
do do 

Long Point and Railw.ay Station. . 

Louisburg and Railway Station . . . 

Louisdajp and Railway Station , . . 

Louisville and River John 

Lourdes and Railway Station 

Lovat and West River 

Lower Argyle and Morris Island. 

Lower Argyle and Railway Station 

Lower East Piibnico and R'y Stn. . 

Lower Five Islands and Lynn. 

Lower Foster's Settlement and 
Newhurn 

Lower L'Ardoise and Point Michaud 

Lower Meagher's Grant and Mea- 
gher's (Jrant 

Lower Meagher's Grant and Mid- 
dle Mnsquodoboit 

Lower Meagher's Grant and Mus- 
cjuodoboit Harbour 

Lower Middle River and Main 
Post Road 

Lower Onslow and Truro 

Lower River Hebert and Maccan. 

Lower River Inhabitant and Point 
Tupper 

Lower Saulnierville and Saulnier- 
ville 

Lower Ship Harbour and Ship Har- 
bour Lake 

Lower Stewiacke and Railway Stn . 

Lower Stewiacke and Wittenburg 
do do 

Lower Wedge and Yarnjouth 

Lower Wentworth and R'y Stn .... 

Lower West Pubnico and Pubnico 
Head 

Lower Wood Harbour and R'y Stn . 

Lower Wood Harbour and Upper 
Wood Harbour 

Low Point and Railway Station.. . . 

Lucasville and Middle Sackville . . . 

Lunenburg and Railway Station. . . 

Lunenburg and Second Peninsula. . 

Lunenburg and Street Letter Box. . 

Lyons Brook and Railway Station. 

McAdairs' Lake and Steeles Lake. 

McAulay's and Peters' Brook 

McCalluni's Settlement and Upper 
North Ri ver 

McClure and Mattatall's Lake 

McClure and Railway Station 

Mclntyre's Lake and Melville 

Mclutyre's Lake and Railway Stn . 

McKay's Corner and McLeod's 
Crossing 

McKinnon's Brook and Mabou. . . . 

McKinnons Harbour and Railway 
Station 



R. P. Bigney... 
J. S. Giddens . 

C. Chisholm... 
N. H. Murphy 

S. Joyce 

B. Wilson 

A. A. McDonald 
J. W. Fraser . . . 

J. Babine 

;J. F. McLarren . 

H. D'Entremont 

D. B. Lewis . . 

W. "V^einotte . . . 
M. J. Sampson. 

W. McLean .... 



J. Higgins. 
W. Usher 



D. McRae 

G. A. Barnhill. 
J. McAloney. ., 

M. Proctor 



J. G. Comeau. . . 



J. W. Webber. . . 
S. F. Hoskins . . . 

E. H. McGregor 
H. D. Hawbolt. 
M. W. Allan . . . 
J.H.Livingstone 

J. Worthen. . .. 
W. W. Crowell.. 

D. Blades 

A. McMasitr. .. 
G. H. Lucas .... 
R. A. Backman. 

I). H. Zink 

J. M. Anderson. 

F. Wilson 

H. McKinnon . . 
A. McLeod 

L. B. McCalluin 

J. Tattrie 

A. Bonyman .... 

J. Duff 

D. Mclntyre 



M. McKay . . . 
A. R. Beaton . 



J. Y. Gillis. 



•S 


c.^ 




•r * 


0) . 


t^ 


csr^: 


O u 


.2^ 


6^ 


Q 


S5 


n 


18 


200 yds. 


12 


li 





H 

4 


18 


1 


6 


4 


3 


A 


12 


5 


3 


3 


1-2 


;^ 


16 


50 yds. 


16 


6 


2 


3 


1 


4 


2 


2i 


3 


32 rt 


3 


14 


1 


1 


6 


7&22rt 


3&3 


i)i 


3 


12i 


3 


H 


6 


25 rt 


6 


i 


24 


204-23i 


2&1 


20A-23i 


2&1 


4&9i 


8&6 


8&I 


6&12 


9 


6 


i 


16 


3S 


6 


li 


6 


3 


2 


4 


12 


5 


1 


a 


13 


1 


12 


4 


1 


3 


1 


34 


3 


12 


3 


25 yds. 


6 


3| 


3 




6 


1 


12 


114 


3 


4 


6 



Period. 



12 months 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



(to Sept. 30, '05 j 


(to March 31, 06) | 

I 
from !. 



(to March 31, '06) 
from H 

and arrears 

(from May 1, '06) 
from n 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

106 09 
05 00 
6iJ 00 
90 00 
35 00 
53 00 
55 00 

109 00 
75 00 
50 00 
50 00 
60 00 

8 50 
23 50 

46 50 

57 50 

49 00 

20 00 
397 00 
125 00 

325 00 

45 00 

294 00 
90 48 

107 49 
35 83 

450 00 
339 00 

220 00 
60 00 

120 00 

50 00 
30 00 

150 00 

40 00 

41 60 
48 00 
22 00 
30 00 

79 98 

21 33 

16 
75 00 
50 00 

156 50 
100 00 

3(i 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-25 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Mabou and Railway Station L. McNeil .... 

Mal)Ou and South West Ridge J. A. Beaton . . 

do do . . . . S. C. Rankin . . 

do do J. Cameroii 



Mabou and West Mabou Harbour . 

Mabou and Whycocomagh 

do do 

Maccan and Railway Station 

Mader's Cove and Mahone Bay. , . . 

Mahone Bay and Chester 

Mahone Bay and Railway Station. . 

Mahone Bay and Upper New Corn- 
wall 

Mahone Bay and Walden 

Main-a-Oieu and Railway Station . 

Main-a-Dieu and Scatarie Island. . . 

Maitland and Noel .... 

Maitland and Shubenacadie 

Malapash Point and Railway Stn. . 

Malignant Cove and Maryvale. . . . 

Malignant Cove and Merigonish . . . 

Mangane.se Mines and Valley Stn. . 

Marble Mountain and Militia Point 

Marble Mountain and Railway Stn. 

Margaree Forks and North East 
Margaree 

Margaree Harbour and Railway 
Station 

Margaretville and Middleton 

^largaretville and Morden 

Marion Bridge and Trout Brook. . . 

Marion Bridge and Victoria Bridge 

Marion Bridge and Woodbine. . . . 

Marriott's Cove and Railway Stn . , 
do do 

Marshalltown and Railway Station 

Marsh ville and River .John 

Marshy Hope and Railway Station. 

Martins Point and Railway Station 

Mattatall's Lake and Railway Stn . 

Mavilette and Yarmouth 

Meadows Road and Sydney Forks.. 

Meadovvville Station and Murray- 
field ; . 

Meadow ville Station and Railway 

Station 

Meadowville Station andSundridge' 
Meiklefield and Main Post Road. . 

Meiklefield and Woodfield 

Meisner's and Ntnv Germany 

Melford and River Denni.s Station 
iSfelford and Upi)er River Dennis. 
Melford and Victoria Line 



A. Mullans 

J. P. Smith. . . . 

J. McNeil. 

R. -T. Harrison. . 
J. W. Langille. . 
E. E. Whynott. 
do 



1 
3 
3 
3 

4 

18 
18 



J. W. Langille . . 

C. A. Nass 

A. McDonald. . . 

E. McCuish. . . . 
R. Webb.... 

T. Co.x 

G. A. Ross 

W. J. McDonald 
A. R. McAdam. 
A. R. Eraser . . . 
M. McLeod. . . . 

D. Beaton .... 

P. E. Tompkins. 

A. R. McDon.ald 
A. Magranahan 
J. Redgate .... 
N. Fergusson . . 
N. McDonald.. 
W. A. McLean 

F. Baker 

G. Naas 

T. T. Morgan. . 
A. B. Langille. 
J. W. Dewar. . 

D. Shupe 

J. Tattrie. ... 
H. Thurston, .. 
S. A. Gillis.... 



J. A. Ross. 



R. McConnoll . 

G. Clark 

J. D. Meikle... 

do 
B. Conrad . . . 
K. McKenzie. . 
R. McPhail. , . . 
K. McLennan . 



Melrose and Sunnybrae W. McKeen. . . . 

Merigonishe and Railway Station. J. C. Mitchell. . 

Meteghan and Railway Station W. German 

Middle East Pubnico and Railway 
Station S. D'Entremont. 



13 
14 

7 
9 

12 

20 
3,2i,22i 
4 

22| 
34 
7^ 

18 



24 

10 

134 

5 

32 r.t. 

6 

24 

24 

l| 

34 
J. 

4 

24 
12 
21 



54 



4 
2 
4 
5 
04 

24 
2* 



35 

50 yds. 
54 






^ =- 



12 
3 
3 
3 

2 

6 

6 

24 



12 
3 

3 
1 
2 
6 
2 
2 

3 
12 
12 



Period. 



12 months 

7 " (to Jan. 31, '06) 

1 trip 

4 iiionths 21 days (from 
Feb. 8, '06) . 




16 12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
12 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
2 
10 
12 
12 
12 
12 
10 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
3 

12 

12 
12 



(to Aug. 31, '05: 
from II 



(toApl. 30, '06) 



and 24 days (to 
Oct. 24, '05). 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

00 00 

23 55 

60 

38 26 
35 00 

353 22 

116 25 

97 00 

93 00 
3 00 

123 18 

157 00 
92 00 
190 00 
114 50 
400 00 
750 00 
500 00 

94 00 
974 00 

.39 00 

72 50 

589 00 

99 00 

1,093 00 
300 00 

39 60 

25 00 
234 00 

40 go 

19 16 
125 76 
120 00 

58 00 

26 00 
165 54 
106 66 
450 00 

77 00 

105 00 

54 34 
69 00 

27 00 
25 91 
75 00 

179 00 
24 00 

8 15 

464 00 

80 00 

198 00 

40 00 



B-26 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMEts'T 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Middle Muaquodoboit and Moose 

River Gold Mines 

Middle Musquodoboit and Murchy- 

ville 

Middle Musquodoboit and South 

Branch 

Middle Musquodoboit and Wyses 

Corner 

Middleton and Nictaux Falls 

Middleton and Outram 

Middleton and Port 'reorge 

Middleton and Railway Station.. . . 
Milford Station and Railway Stn. . 

Mill Road and New Ros.i 

Millsville and Six Mile Brook 

Millsville and Scotsburn Station. . . 

Mill Village and Railway Station . . 

Mineville and Main Post Road . . . 

Minudie and River Hebert, North 
Side 

Mira Gut and Port Morin 

Mitchell Bay and Necuni Teuch 

Monks Head and Poniquet 

Mooseland and Tangier 

Morden and Victoria Harbour 

Morrison and West Bay 

Moser's River and West River 
Sheet Harbour 

Mosherville and Rawdon 

Mossnian's Grant and Railway Stn. 

Mountain Road and River john.. . , 

Mount Denison and Railway Station 

Mount Thorn and Salt Springs 

Mount Uniacke and Railway Stn. . 

Mount Zion and Whycocomagh . . . . 

Mulgrave and Port Hawke.«bury. . . 

Mulgrave and Railway Station .... 

Munro's Bridge and Orangedale . . . 

Murphy and North East Margaree. 

Mushabooni and Main Post Road . 

Musquodoboit Harbour and Petpes- 
wick Harbour 

Mu.squodoboit Harbour and Plea- 
sant Point 

Musquodoboit Harbour and West 
Petpeswick 



Nappan StHtion and Railway Stn . . 

Nerissa and Port Shoreham 

New Albany and Railway Station. . 
New Cuniberland and West LaHave 

Ferry 

New Kdinburgh and Weymouth 

Bridge 

New Elm and Pleasant River 

New Germany and North field 

New Germany and Railway Station 



M. J. Higgins.. 
W. McCurdy.. 
G. Phalen 



J. Higgins 

F. L. Shaflfner. . 
N. Healy. ... 

W. Mosher 

O. Wheelock.... 

G. H. McFet- 
ridge 

E. M. Boylan. . . 
B. C. Kennedy . 
G. Young . . . . 
H. H. Mack... 
A. T. Crook.... 

L. E. Brian. . . . 
J. R. McAulay. 
W. G. Smith. 
P. J. Landry . , . 
T. N. Hilchey.. 
W. Deinpsey . , . 
R. Morrison . . . . 






•T. S. Cameron . . 

J. Britton 

E. S. Knox 

H. Langille 

M. S. Riley 

M. C. Eraser . . . 

D. Reid 

D. Morrison ... 

J. Einbree 

T. May 

H. A. Archibald 
M. A. Murphy. . 
J. R. Power. . . 



T. Young. 
J. Smith. . 
P. Young. 



\. C. Barry . . . . 

A. R. Hart 

E. A. Merry 



S. C. Corkum . 



W. O. Doucett. . 

I. Lohnes 

J. McKay 

J. H. McClelland 



14 
10 Ft. 

27 rt. 
8 



64 
2 

2 

7 

2.5 

3 

24 
13 
3| 
4 

32i 
7' 
100 yds, 
4 
\ 

133 yd"s' 
4 
1 

200 yds. 

4 

21 



11 
5 



75 yds, 
3 
I 



^>: 



o c 



3 

3 
3 
18 

12 
1 
1 
1 

1^ 
3 

6 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
2 

3 
2 
6 
2 
6 
3 

24 
1 
6 

24 
2 
3 
2 

3 

3 



Period. 



12 months. 
12 



3 12 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 



(fromi^fov.l, '05) 



Amount. 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 



6.S 00 

148 50 
I 

40 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOYA SCOTIA DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

APPENDIX B— Continued. 



B-27 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



I 



New Olasgow and Railway Station, 
do do . . 

do do 

New Glasgow and Street Letter 

Boxes 

New (Glasgow and Trenton 

New Harliour and Main Post Road 
New Harbour and New Harbour 

West. 

New Harris and New Harris Forks 
New Harris Forks and Main Post 

Road 

New Jersey Settlement and West- 
chester Station 

do do 

Newport and New])ort Landing. . . 

New'port and Newport Station 

Newport and South Rawdon. 

Newport and Upper Newport 

Newport and Walton 

Newport Station and Railway Stn.. 

New Ross and Vaughan's 

Newtown and South Lochaber 

Newville and Railway Station .... 
Nictaux Falls antl Nictaux South . 

Noel and Shubenacadie 

Noel and Walton 

do do ... 

North Brookfiekl and Railway Stn. 
Nortli East Margaree and Upper 

Middle River 

North Gut St. Anns and Main Post 

Road 

North Middleboro and Pugwash 

Junction 

North Range Corner and Railway 

Station 

North River Bridge and Oregop 

Glen 

North Salem and Shubenacadie. . . . 
North Shore St. Margarets Bay 

and Railway Station 

North Sydney and Railway Station 
North Sydney and Steamer Bruce. . 



North Sydney and Street Letter 

Boxes 

North Sydney and Sydney 



J. W. Church. . 
do 
do 

J. D. Fraser ... 

C. Fraser 

J. Gerrior 



K^ 



do 
J. McKenzie. 

A. Stewart . . 



T. Scott 

E. Oderkirk . . . 
\y. H. Knowles. 
J. F. Rathbun. . 

VV. Gibson 

do 

A. Chambers . . . 
L. H. Sweet . . . . 
E. M. Boylan. . . 
R. A. McLean . . 
P. L. Spicer.... 

A. L. Sproule. . . 
R. M. Sterling . 
R. Webb 

B. Faulkner . . . 
G. L.Harlow... 



J. McRae 

N. McLeod 

W. k. Peers.. 
C. B. McNeill 



K. McLean. . 
J. W. Densmore 



North Sydney and Sydney Mines . 

Norwood and Railway Station.... 

Nyanza and West Side Middle River 

do do 



Oakfield and Railway Station. 

Oban and St. Peters'. 

Odin and Sttwiacke Cross Roads 
Onslow Station and Railway Station 



A. Schwartz. 
T. Lamie. . . 
J. Cogan . 



D. K. McKenzie 
Cape B re ton 
Electric Co, . . 
do 
D. R. Saunders. 
H. McRae.... 
C. McKenzie . . . 



F. H. M. Laurie 
.J. R. Morrison 
A. Johnson . . . 
A. MeCurdy.. 



?Art. 
'U 
9" 



300 yds. 

7 

7 

8&9 

5 

24 rt. 

lOi rt. 

20 
12 yds. 
15 
C 
20 yds. 
■3i 
34 
15 
15 
2h 

13 



10 



2i 

' 5 
3| 
100 yds. 
4 
4 



i 
11 

? 



54 

60 



12 

12 

3 

3 

2 

12 

2 

2 
&2 

12 
1 
1 
6 

24 
2 
1 

12 
2 
1 
6 
6 
9 



Period. 



!-12 months 

12 

12 ., 

12 ,. 

12 „ 

12 ,. 

12 M 

9 „ (to March 31, 'OC) 

3 TP from It 

12 >, 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 ,. 

12 M 

12 „ T 

12 

12 .. 

12 

12 

12 .. 

6 M (to X)ec. 31, '05) 

r> .. from n 

12 ,. 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 u 

12 , 

12 n 

12 „ 



12 M 

12 .. 

Speciul service. Deduct- 
ed from account of 
Reid N'f'd Co 

12 montiis 



Amount. 



(from Apr 1, '06) 

(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from do 



12 12 
2 12 

2 |12 
12 Il2 



$ cts. 
402 46 



240 00 
255 00 
160 00 

30 00 

50 00 

10 00 

51 75 
19 24 

174 00 

250 00 

78 00 

52 00 
558 00 

50 00 

133 00 

29 50 

25 00 

(;5 00 

210 00 

199 50 

294 50 

225 36 

127 50 

15 00 

117 00 

08 86 

60 00 
39 00 

141 66 

307 87 

157 00 



296 00 

200 00 
70 42 
50 00 
12 50 
37 50 



40 00 
82 70 
95 00 
80 00 



B-28 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Oxford and Oxford Junction Rail- 
way Station 

Oxford and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Oxford and Rockly 

Oxford and West Hansford 

Oxford .Junction and Railway 
Station 



Pai'adise and Port Lome 

do do 

Paradise and Railway Station 

Paradise and Roxbury 

Parrsboro and Railway Station .... 

Parrsboro and Two Islands 

Pennant and Sanibro 

Pictou and Pictoii Island 

Pictou and Pictou Landing 

Pictou and Railway Station . ... 

Pictou Railway Station and Govern- 
ment Steamers 

Pictou and Street Letter Boxes ... 

Pictou and West River Station .... 

Piedmont Valley and Railway 
Station 

Pine Tree and Railway Station. . . 

Piper Glen and Upper Margaree. . 

Pleasant Bay and Pollett's Cove. . . 

Pleasant Lake and Railway Station 

Pleasant River and Railway Station 

Pleasant Valley Corner and South 
Ohio 

Plympton and Railway Station . . . 

Point Tupper and Railway Station. 

Poison's Brook and Upper South 
River 

Poniquet and Railway Station 

Pom(|uet Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Port Hastings and Railway Station. 

Port Hastings and Point Tupper. . . 

Port Hawkesbury and t^ueensville.. 

Port Hawkesbury and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Poit Hawkesbury and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Port Hawkesbury and Railway Sta- 
tion ! .... 

Port Hood and Port Hood Island . . 

Port Hood and Railway Station.. . . 

Port Hood and Rocky Ridge 

Port Joli and St. Catharines River. 

Port Morien and Railway Station. . 

Port Mouton and South West Port 
Mouton 

Port Royal and West Arichat 

Port Williams and Town Plot 



Name 

of 

Contractor: 



W. Densmore 
G. Hills 



do 



E. Lefurgy . 
C. C. Knight 

C. Tillmore... 



E. S. Grant 
N. Healy... 
H. W. Longley 
R. Hinds .... 

F. McAleese.. 
M. A. Wasson 
T. E. Tough , . 
C. D. Patterson 
.J. R. Christie 
W. McDonald 



10 

31 



do 

do 

D. McKenzie. 

J. A. McDonald 
C. M. Weir . . 
J. Stewart . 
.T. A. Moore. . 

R. Earl 

jJ. W. Veinot. 
H. W. Burrill 

C. M. Melanson 
H. K. McDonald 

W. J. Poison . . . 
S. Bonin ... . . 

P. Benoit 

H. A. Archibald 

A. C. Chisholm 

J. Embree 



A. C. Chisholm 



J. Embree .... 
■J. Smith . . . 
R. McDougall 
D. J. Campbell 
A. Smith. . . 
.1. McAulay 



P. Eisher. . . 

B. Sampson. 

C. A. Lockwood 



150 yds 



8i 
4 
7 
i 
5 
3 
12 



H 

i 

n 

4 

10 

i 
1 

7 

3 

4 
2 



6i 
18 



IS 

n 

u 

H 
5 

2| 

4^ 

4 

6i 



a.--'- 



d ex 



6 
24 

18 

2 
3 

12 



2 

2 

12 

1 

1^ 
2 
3 
1 

As req 

do 
12 
(j 

6 
3 
2 
1 



Period. 



12 months 

3 II 15 days (to Oct. 

15, '05) 

8 ,1 16 dys. (from Oct 

1.5, '05) 

12 II 

12 , 

12 .1 



(to .July 3], ^05). 
from 11 



Season 1905-06. 
12 months. . . . 
12 II 



12 

12 

12 

12 

If) 112 

6 12 

3 12 



12 
12 



6 

24 

3 

2 

24 

24 

6 
3 

12 
1 
1 

12 

2 
6 
6 



Special Trips . . 

(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from 11 
Special Trips . . 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

124 80 

27 91 

51 45 
89 00 
73 00 

30 00 



5 02 
51 33 

85 00 
30 00 

100 00 
28 99 
48 00 
234 00 
197 80 
398 52 

100 00 
156 50 
539 26 

48 00 
70 00 
25 00 
38 50 
40 00 
50 00 
87 00 

108 00 
50 00 

30 00 
72 00 

25 00 

127 75 

8 62 

210 00 

123 00 

31 20 

11 90 
78 00 
77 25 
20 00 
24 00 
156 50 

60 00 

86 (i6 
85 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 



B^29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B'-Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Preston and Main Post Road 

Princeport Truro &c 

Prince's Lodge and Railway Station 
Pubnico Head and Railway Station. 
Pugwash and Pugwash River .... 

Pugwasli and Railway Station 

Pugwash and Stone House 

Pugwash Junction and Railway 
Station 



Rear Black River and We.st Bay. . . 
Rear Little Judique and Railway 

Station 

River Bourgoisand Railway Station 
Rivei-dale and Weymouth Bridge, . 
River Dennis Station and South 

Side River Dennis 

River Hebert and Railway Station. 
River John and Railway Station. . . 
River John and Welsford ....... 

River John and Westerly 

Riversdale and Railway Station. . . . 
Riversdale and Upper Kemptown. . 

Riverside and West Bay Road 

Roachvale and Tompkinsville . . 
Rockingham and Railway Station. . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Rockingham Station and Railway 
Station 

Roman Valley and St. Andrews.. . . 

Roseburn and Whycoconiagh 

Ross Ferry and LTp])er Kempt Head 

Round Hill and Railway Station. . . 

St. Andrews and Upper Spring^field 

St. Paul and Railway Station .... 

St. Peters and Railway Station. . . . 

Sable River and Swansburg 

Salem and Stanley 

Salmon River Lake and South Ri- 
ver Lake 

Salt Springs and Upper Pinevale . . 

Salt ^-|prings Station and Railway 
Station 

Saulnierville and Railway Station. . 

Saulnierville Station and Railway 
Station 

Scotch Hill and Main Post Road. . . 

Scotch Village and Upper Burling- 
ton 

Scotch Village and Woodville 

Scotsburn Station and Railway 
Station 

Scotsl)urn Station and Upper Scots- 
bum 

Scotsburn Station and West Branch 
River John 

Seal Island and Yarmouth 

Shag Harbour and Kaihvay Station 

Sheffield Mills and Railway Station 



A. Deloughry. . 
J. Oreelman . . . 

E. Koch 

A. D. Amiro... 
J. D. McLeod . 
M. Chapman. . 
J. Mclvor 



W. Highet 



J. W. Morrison. 
D. Beaton 



P. Fitzgerald . 
J. E. Wagoner. 
J. J. McPhail . 



J. Taggart 

D. E. Logan . . . 

B. S. Laugille . . 

C. A. Sellers.... 

A. Bain 

M. S. Urquhart. 

D. McDonald. . . 

P. Shea 

O. P. Ryerson . . 



C. S. Davison. . 

W. F. Kenney . 
J. McLean 

D. McFarlane. 
S. E. Bancroft . 
D. Druhan ... 
W. McDonald. 
F. a. McAskill 
A. Swansburg . 
H. Logan 



R. Flynn. 
D. Gi'llis.. 



A. Howlett. . . . 
L. B. Comeau. . 

B. C. Comeau. . 
L. McNeil 



G. W. Fish 

A. H. Cochrane. 



D. McKay 

G. W. Campbell 



J. Rae 

H. Cann & Sons 
H. L. Shaud... 
J. H. Beck with 



.is 



8,23 & 10 


6-2-1 


12 


1 


C 


12 


^ 


IC 


12 


t 


3 


12 



9" 

150 yds. 

4 
4 

6 

lis 
9 

U 
1" 
3 
5 

S^ 

4 

21 

18« 



1.5 

8 

13rt. 

h 
10 

i 
i 
11 
2 

15 



20 yds. 
11 



6 
10 rt. 

50 yds 

4 



14 

20 

4 
a 




Amount. 



() 12 month.!. 



12 
IS 
3 
3 
12 
8 
3 
3 
3 



12 12 
3 12 



12 112 



6 il2 



12 12 



12 112 
3 Il2 
2 il2 



12 12 



12 



10 days (from 
July 16, '00) 



12 H 

Season 1906. 
12 months. . 



12 112 



$ cts. 

50 00 
391 00 

50 00 

30 00 
103 69 

28 17 
1.50 00 

80 00 



60 00 
40 00 

30O 00 
113 92 
282 00 

176 76 
58 50 
07 50 
09 00 

44 00 

103 77 
55 00 
50 00 

227 Ki 
101 00 

199 00 

45 00 
107 31 

75 00 

104 00 
00 00 
48 00 

149 00 
40 00 

132 00 
79 00 

30 00 

105 00 

31 32 
25 00 

35 00 
33 00 

93 90 

40 00 

464 68 

100 00 

30 00 

75 00 



B-30 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Shelbunie and Railway Station. ... 

Shelburne and Upper Ohio 

Sherbrooke and West Ri\er Sheet 
Harbour 

Sherbrooke and West River Sheet 
Harbour 

Short Beach and Yarmouth . . 

Shubenacadie and Railway Station 

Shunacadie and Railway Station. . . 

Sisfiiboo Falls and Railway Station 

Six Mile Road and Wallace Station 

Skye Mountain and Whycocomagh 

Sliuce Point and Surette Island. . . . 

Sliuce Point and Tusket 

Smith's Cove and Railway Station 

Sober Island and Watt Section Sheet 
Harbour 

Somerset and Railway Station 

Southainijton and Railway Station 

South Branch and Upper Stewiacke 

South Farmington and Railway 
Station 

South Farmington and South Tre- 
mont 

South Farmington and Torbrook. . . 

South (xut St. Anns and Tarbot.. . . 

South Harbour and White Point. . . 

South Merland and Tracadie . . . . 

South Ohio and Railway Station. . . 

South Ohio and Springdale 

South Si''e Wiiycocoinagh Bay and 
Main Post Road 

South Tremont and Tremont 

South Uniacke and Railway Station 

South West Margaree and Whyco- 
comagh ... 

South West Port Hood and Rail- 
way Station 

South West Port Hood and Rail- 
way Station 

Springhill and Railway Station . . 

Springhill and Street Letter Boxes. 

Springhill and Windham Hill 

do do 

Springhill Junction and Railway 

Station 

Springhill Junction and Railway 

Station 

Springville and Railway Station. . . 
Spry Bay and Taylor's Head 
Steilarton and Railway Station .... 
Stoddarts and Railway Station .... 
Street's Bridge and Thomson Stn. . 
Sunnybrae and Railway Station. . , 
Sydney and Railway Stations. . . . 
Sydney and Street Letter Bo.xes. . . 

Sydney and Whitney Pier 

Sydney Mines hnd Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Frost & Sons 
C. Harding 



M. McGrath... . 

C. H. Baker.... 

J. Bain 

J. C. Gass 

D. S. McKinnon 

C. Wagoner 

A. Benjamin. . . . 
H. McKinnon. . 
J. Moulai.song. . 
A. J. Lent.. , . 

E. N. Potter.... 

E. Harnish 

H. S. Fisher.... 
G. S. Davison. . . 
W. Cox 

Z. S. Banks 

J.Ward 

T. K. Banks ... 
N. Carmiohael. . 
J. McPherson. . . 

I. Myette 

J. E. Allen 

H. Burrill . . 

A. McDonald. . . 
H. 8. Ward . . . 
R. Irving 



L. E. McKay. . . 

D. Campbell . . . . 

J A. Campbell. 
H. A. B. Glen 

denning 

H. A. B. Glen 

denning .... 
A. H. Herrrett., 
R. P. 



E. A. MoKenzie 

H.W.Jones ... 
D. McDonald. . . 
W. A. McCarthy 
J. D. McDonald 
C. W. Stoddard 
W. E. Lockhart 
T. M. Chisholm, 
S. M. Logue. 
J. C. McNeil 
H. McLellan 
N. McAuley. 



.2^ 



28 rt. 

28 

63 

03 
25 rt. 
100 yds 

A 

3' 
4 
7i 
2i 
9' 
a 

6 

23 



If &8i 
4 
18i 
9 

8 

i 
26| rt. 

' 2 
2 
100 yds. 

26 



34 

7 
7 




3 
4 

48 
6 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 

12 

3 

3 

12 

.3 

12 

2&3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
12 
3 

3 
1 
6 



6 
6 
36&42 

6 

2 
2 

12 

12 
12 

3 
asrq, 

2 

6 
12 
24&12 
12 

6 
12 





Period. 




Amount. 


12 n 
12 

8 

4 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
9 
12 

12 

9 

3 

12 

12 
10 

2 

3 

9 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12' 

9 


lonths 




S cts. 
1440 00 


.. (toFeby. 2f 
M from 11 


'06) 


200 00 

991 73 

449 60 
249 00 
149 00 


,, 




30 00 


^, 




62 50 


" 




49 92 
20 25 






105 00 






124 50 






78 25 






75 00 






79 30 






80 00 






94 00 






68 86 






142 45 






117 00 






223 00 






95 00 







25 00 
40 69 


., (to Mar. 31, 


'06); 


203 82 

35 00 
12 84 
30 00 






290 00 


,. (to Mar. 31, 
.1 from 11 

11 (to April 30, 
11 from 11 

11 (to Sept. 30, 

11 from " 


•06). 

'06). 
'05). 


15 00 

10 00 

254 32 

125 00 
70 75 
14 21 

9 78 

29 34 

47 00 






38 00 






225 00 






35 35 






288 07 






60 CO 






467 CO 


■• 


'06). 


350 00 
24(; 48 


11 (to Mar. 31, 


161 25 






MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NOVA SCOTIA DIVISION 



B -31 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Sylvan Valley and Railway Station 

Sylvester and Railway Station 

do do ..... 

Tatamagouche and Railway Station 

do do 

Tatamagouche and Tatamagouche 

Mountain 

Tatamagouclie and West New 

Aman 

Thomson .Station and Railway Stn. 
Thomson Station and Westchester. 
Three Mile Plains and Railway 

Station 

Tracadie and Railway Station.. . . 

Troy and Railway Station 

Truro, Railway Station and Street 

Letter Boxes . . 

Truro, Railway Station and Mid- 
land 

Truro and Upper Brookside 

Tupperville and Railway Station . . 
Upper Clements and Railway Stn.. 
Upper Dyke Village and Railway 

Station 

Ur)per (irand Mira and Victoria 

Bridge 

Upper Musquodoboit and West 

River Sheot Harbour 

Upi)er Musquodoboit and West 

River Sheet Harbour 

Upper Newport and Woodville . . 



A. McDonald. . 
T. (Jray .. . 
T. J. McDonald 

C. K. McLellan 
G. Henderson. 

D. Menzie. . . . 



T. E. Monyman 
T. W. Mattinson 
J. W. Rushton. 

W. Sevright 
A. McMillan . 
G. Laidlaw . . 



Valley Station and Railway Station 



Wallace Bay and Railway Station 
Wallace Bridge and Railway Station 

do ,do 

Wallace Highlands and Wallace Stn 
Wallace Station and Railwaj' Stn 
Waterville and Railway Station . 
Waterville and South Waterville. 
Waverly and Windsor .Tunction. . 

do do . . 

Wellingt'n Station and Railway Stn 
Wentworth Creek and Windsor. . . 
Wentzell's Lake and Railway Stn. 
West Alba and Railway Station . . 
Westbrook and Railway Station . . . 
Westbrook Mills and Railway Stn.. 
Westchester and Westchester Stn 

do do 

Westchester Station and Railway 

Station. ... 
West Gore and Railway St.ation. 
West L.iwrencetown and Main Post 

Road 

West Merigonish and Railway Stn 
We.st Northfield and Railway Stn . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.J. G. Miller 



J. G. Miller.. 
S. Clifford . . . 
S. Tavener. . . 
J. F. Williams 

G. E. Barnaby 

N. Campbell . . 
N. Stewart. .. 



G. Farnell 
L. Dimock . 



A. Christie.. 



H. Brown . . . . 
M. K. Dotten. . 

D. McLeod 

R. H. Tingley . 
-T. F. Allan... 

E. Pineo 

F. Parrish 

.T. Otto 

W. Major . . . 

E. Largie 

.J. Holden . . . 
W. F. Wentzell 

D. H. Kennedy 

E. C. Dickenson 
E. (i. Lewis. . . 
H. G. Purdv... 
J. W. Rushton. 

H. Hunter 

.J. Wallace .... 

T. A. N angle.. 
J. Gldings . . 
N. C. Feener. . . 



120 yds. 
50 yds. 
50 yds. 



I8i rt. 

15irt. 

15 

20 yds. 

R 
1 

il&5y 

i 
4 

i 
k 

3 

5 
28 
28 

600 yds. 



8 
4 
4 
6i 

100 yds. 
11 rt. 
3 
3 

3 

9hrt. 

^ 1 

4 

24 
1 

, i 
li)^ rt. 
19A rt. 

20 yds. 
3 




12 

G 

6 

12 

12 



3 

12 

2 

6 

12 

6 

as req, 

6 

2 
12 
12 

6 & 12 

3 

3 

3 
1 

12 



12 months 

!) ,. (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 u from II 

4 „ (to Oct. 31, '05). 
from II 



J, 2, 2f^l 3-2-1 ll2 



(to Mar. 31, '00). 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '0(;: 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06), 
from II 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

20 00 

7 50 

2 50 

12 80 

50 00 

200 00 

75 80 

50 00 

150 00 

50 00 
60 00 
33 !)0 

430 00 

35 00 
40 00 
52 50 
50 00 

210 50 

25 00 

370 .50 

118 75 

22 00 



62 GO 



187 50 

104 25 
G8 86 
71 64 
40 56 
50 00 
32 00 

105 00 
38 75 

100 00 
75 00 
30 00 

30 00 

100 16 
.50 00 
24 08 

101 25 

31 30 
150 00 

50 00 
50 00 
85 00 



B -32 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



West River Station and Railway 
Station 

Westville and Railway Station 

Weymouth and Railway Station. . . 

Weymouth Bridge and Railway Stn 
do do 

Whiteside and Railway Station .... 

Whycocoraagh and Railway Station 

Whycocomagh and Whycocomagh 
Mount ... 

Willowbank and Railway Station . . 

Wilmot and Railway Station 

Windsor and Railway Station 

Windsor and Windsor Forks 

Windsor Junction and Railway Stn 

Windsor Junction and Postal Cars . 

Windsor Station Transfers 

Wolfville and Railway Station 

Wood bourne and Railway Station. . 



Yaimouth and Railway Station . . . . 

do do ... . 

Yarmouth and Street Letter Boxes. 



Transferring mails from steamer 
Viryinia to steamer Canada on 
13th July, 1905 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. Fraser 

D. McPherson 

C. D. Jones. . . 
G. J. Hoyt. .. 
R. L. Black . . 
J. P. Shannon 

D. J. Ross 

N. A. McDonald 
C. Kennedy. . 
A. P. Bow'lby. 
M. G. Goudge 

F. Palmer . 
M. He.ssian. . . 

do 
M. G. Goudge 

G. V. Rand. . 
R. Ballentine. 



J. Bain 

do 

Yarmouth Street 
Railway Co. 



.2§ 
Q 



75 yds. 

IS 

i 
i 

1 

4 

n 



20 yds. 
20 yds. 






14 



12 
42 
12 
12 
12 
G 
12 

1 
12 
12 
24 

4 

36 

as req. 



24 
.2 



12 
16 

as req. 



Period. 



12 months 

12 
12 

3 

9 
12 
12 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



(less fine). 



and 15 days (to 

Oct. 15, '05)... 

(less tine) 



Total 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

60 00 

300 00 

196 00 

31 00 

74 62 

35 00 

157 77 

25 00 
149 00 
128 33 
322 08 
159 00 
80 00 
60 00 

7 27 

13 -i 00 

50 00 



225 00 
150 00 



175 00 



72 20 
150,903 20 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW BRLWSWICK DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-33 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 
made within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Acadie and Acadie Siding 

Acadie and St. Luc 

Acadie and Village St. Jean 

Acadie Siding and Railway Station 
Adamsville and Railway Station. . . 

Albert and Barrettsholme 

Albert and Brookton 

Albert and Point Wolfe . . . . 

Albert Mines and Railway Statiqn. 

do do 

Aldouano and Railway Station . . . 

Alexandrina and Notre Dame 

Alison and Moncton 

Allandale and Poquiock 

Alma and Ha,sting.s 

Anigance and Corn Hill 

Anagance and Elgin 

Anagance Ridge and Knight?ville. . 

Anderson and Midgic Station 

Andover and Carlingford 

do do 

Andover and Hillandale 

Andover and Railway Station 

Annidale, Highfield and Sheba .... 

Annidale and Railway Station 

Apohaqui and Erb Settlement 

Apohaqui, Millstream and Collina. 
A))ohaqui and Railway Station. . . . 

Armstrong and Waterford 

Arm.strong's Brook, Jacket River 

and Railway Station 

Aroostook .Junction, Four Falls and 

Railway Station 

Avery's Portage and Railway Statn 
Avonmore and Railway Station .... 



Back Bay and St. George 

Baie Verte and Jolicure 

Bale Verte and Railway Station 

Baillie and Meredith 

Bairdsville and Beaconsfield . 
Bairdsville and River-de-Chute . 
Balmoral and Eel River Crossing 
Barnabj' River and Railway Station 
Barnaby Riv. and Semiwagan Ridge 

Barrettshohne and Elgin 

Bartholomew and Blackville 

Bartibog and Chatham 

Bartibog Station and Railway Statn 

24— b3 



S. Barrieau 
Goguen . 

do 

H. Perry 
Arsenault 
Campbell 
FuUerton 
Betts.. . 
Woodworth 
A. Livingston 
•J. Daigle 
(irueguen . . 
. Somers . . 
Coimelly , 
. Kinnie . . 

Dunfield. 
A. Robinson 
Elliott . . . , 
. VV. Hicks. 

Sloat 

E. Everett. 
W. Si,sson. 
A. Perley . . 
P. Leonard 

do 
Wiles . . 
H. Secord . 

do 
Sear 



T. J. Ultican . 

D. Murchison 
F. McCoombs 
W. H. Harmer 



A. Dewar . . . 

A. A. Copp . 
H. Prescott . 
J. W. Mann. 
R. ]M. Baird. 

B. H. Baird 
Leveque&Splude 
T. Dalton . 
M. Meagher. 
S. Garland . . 
S. McCarthy 
J. Doyle .... 
J. Arseneau . 



0) - 

C m 

.IS 

Q 



S.-^ 



J t:^ 



d tit 



Period. 



Amount. 



7 
5 

n 

10 

5 

20 

i 

4 

4 

6 

18 

4 

11 & 16A 
4" 
4 
4 
1 
4& 15 

i 
4 & 9 
6& 11 

100 yds. 



2 

1 

1 
12 

6 

1 

1 

6 
12 
12 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 
' 2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

12 12 
.S& 2 tl2 

3 

1 
6 & .3 !l2 
18 112 

1 il2 



12 months 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



12 
il2 



i&2i6&12 il2 



h&2 

1 

200 ft. 



12&G 12 
6 !l2 

3 ;i2 



(to Mch. 31, "06) 
from " 



11 & 8 


3&() 


12 . 


8 


3 


12 , 


i 


12 


12 , 


4 


2 


12 . 


H 


2 


12 , 


3 


3 


12 . 


6 


3 


12 1 


tV 


12 


12 . 


■ 4 


1 


12 , 


16i 


2 


12 . 


4 


1 


12 . 


12 


1 


12 


50 yds. 


C 


12 , 




.$ cts. 

93 60 
20 00 
18 63 
30 00 
35 00 
70 00 
30 00 
575 00 
30 00 
10 00 
30 00 
17 77 
52 00 

26 00 
2() 00 
60 00 
90 00 
25 00 

123 76 

27 i2 
27 40 
50 00 

125 00 
170 00 
30 00 
48 00 
260 00 
62 (iO 
60 00 

125 00 

123 00 
37 50 
40 00 



360 89 

156 00 
80 00 
32 00 
75 00 
52 00 

107 64 
35 00 
40 00 

187 52 
20 00 
85 00 
20 00 



B-34 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 







c 
















Name 


2 K 


H^ 












Name of Route. 


of 
Contractor. 


.IS 

/2 


— 1? 

6 g. 




Period. 






Amount. 


















•S cts . 


Bartlett's Mills and Railway Statu. 


•T.' Bartlett 


i 


6 


12 mor 


ths . . . 






90 00 


Basswood Ridge and St. Stephen . . 


Keys Bros . . 


10& 25 


2 


12 -, 








284 50 


Bath and Kilfoil 


J. Campbell .... 


13i 


3 


12 „ 








15G 00 


Bath and Railway Station 


T. Bohan 

F. O'Connor 


i 

n 


12 
2 


12 ,. 
G „ 








100 00 


Bathurst and Goodwin Mills 


(from Jan. 1, 


'0(j') 


26 00 


Bathui'st and Railway Station 


•T. tT. Melanson 


2 


24& 36 

24&18 


12 ., 

12 M 


(le.ss fin 


,s) 




291 10 


Bathurst and Street Letter Boxes . . 


.J. J. Roy 


150 00 


Bathurst Village and Teteagouche 


















River 


N. Hachey 


10&18 


1 


12 „ 








52 00 


Bathurst Village and Youghall .... 


A. Anderson. . . . 


5 


3 


12 „ 








50 00 


Baydu-vin, Cliatham and Loggie- 


















viUe . 


T.H.Fitzpatrick 


6&2.5 


i&6 


12 " 








325 00 


Bay-du-vin and Point Escuniinac . . 


H. Allen ... . 


23 


2 


12 „ 








180 00 


Baydu-vin Mills and Upper Bay- 


















P 'du-vin 


•J Dickons . 


5 


-1 
6 


12 H 

12 „ 








27 75 


Bayfield and Railway Station 


E. T. Allen. " '. 


127 50 


Bayside and Fitzpatrick 

Bayside and St. A.ndrews 


.T. M. Williston. 


5 


1 


12 n 








28 00 


.r. M. McFarlane 


7 
3 


2 
3 


12 ,. 
12 .. 








90 00 


Bayswater and Long's Cove 

Beaufort and Glassville 


F. E. Currie 








G3 69 


A. Scott 

S. J. White 


11 


3 
6 


12 „ 

12 M 








145 00 


Beaumont and Rockland 






112 50 


Beaver Dam and Rusagornis 

Beech wood and Mineral. . . ... 


W. Haining. . . 
E. E. Kearney. , 


1 


12 








40 40 


Hi 


3 


12 H 








107 84 


Beechwood and Railway Station. . . 


A. Demarchant. 


I 


12 


9 „ 


(to Mch. 


3l', 


'OG) 


20 76 


do do 


E. E. Kearney . 


J 


12 


3 .. 


from 


,, 




G 25 


Belledune, Belledune River and 


















Railvvay Station 


*T. M^cCurdie . 


1&4 
1 


3&12 
6 


3 .. 

9 M 


(to Sept. 30, 
(from Oct.l, 


'05) 
'05) 


37 19 


Belledune and Railway Station .... 


do '. '.. 


45 00 


Belledune River and Turgeon 


F. .T. Guitar 


2 


3 


9 n 


,, 






33 75 


Bellefleur and Kaihvay Station . . , 


A. DeVillers.... 


125 yds. 


12 


6 M 


(to Dec. 


31, 


'05) 


12 50 


Belleisle Bay and Jone.s Corner. . . . 


H. A. WiUigar, 


3 


1 


12 ., 


M 






24 99 


Belleisle Creek and CoUina 


W.H.Hender.son 


6 


2 


12 M 


,, 






60 00 


Belleisle Creek and Inilali 


A. J. Gillis 


2 


1 


12 M 


,, 






17 00 


Belleisle Creek and Marvin 


W, M. Kierstead 


34- 


1 


12 „ 


,, 






18 00 


Bellei.sle Creek and Railvvay Stn. . . 


H. E. Scovil.... 


1 


6 


6 n 


(to Dec. 


31, 


'05) 


17 00 


do do 


E. G. Scovil.... 


1 


6 


G ,. 


from 


,, 




17 00 


Belleisle Creek and Thomond 


G. R. Smith .... 


5" 


1 


3 u 


(to Sept 


.30, 


'05) 


G 25 


do do 


.T. Gallagher, . . . 


.5 


1 


9 .. 


from 


,, 




24 75 


Bellenden and Young's Cove Road . 


L. D. Ferris . . . 


3 


2 


12 n 


,, 






38 00 


Belyea's Cove and Huestis Landing 


M. H. Mott .... 


3 


1 


12 ,. 


,, 






20 00 


Ben 1 lonion 1 and St. Martins .... 


.J. Kennedy 


19 


1 


6 ,. 


(to Dec. 


31, 


'05) 


48 50 


do do 


J. C. Boyer.... 


19 


1 


G n 


from 






47 50 


Benton and Railway Station 


E. M. Laverty. . 


50 yds. 


12 


12 „ 


,1 






33 17 


Benton and Speerville 


do ... 


5 


2 


12 >. 


,, 






64 00 


Bertrand and Theriault 


A. Theriault. . . . 


4 


2 


12 „ 


,, 






25 00 


Big Cove and Narrows 


.T. Glendening . . 
W. H. Staten. . . 


8 


3 


12 .. 


,, 






96 96 


Biggar Ridge and Foreston 


4 


2 


12 n 


,, 






46 00 


Blacklands, River Charlo, and Rail- 


















way Station 


.J. Cook 


3&1 


G&12 


12 ., 


,, 






181 54 


Black Point and Railway Station. . 


S. Laughlan .... 


1 





12 u 


n 






40 00 


Black's Harbour, Pennfield Ridge 


















and Railway Station 


H. J. Eldridge. . 


111&2 


3 &G 


3 .. 


(to Sept 


.30, 


'05) 


63 25 


Black's Harbour and Railway Stn . 


do 


13 


3 


3 ,. 


(to Dec. 


31, 


'05) 


63 25 


do do . . 


G. F. Paul 


13 


6 


G 


,, 






200 00 


Blackville and Glea Porter 


W. T. Underbill 


13 


1 


1 n 


(to July 31, 


'05) 


15 67 


Blackville. Railway Station and 










and gratuity. 




TTnderhill 


C. J. McKenzie. 


1 & 2 


12&3 


12 ,. 








100 00 


\J llUc:l Illii* ... .... 

Blair Athol, Dundee and Eel River 


















Crossing 


R. H. Wright. . . 


5&17 


3 


1 M 


and 14 


day 


s(to 














Aug. 


14, 


05). 


23 47 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION 



B-35 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Blaii- Athol, Dundee and Eel River 
Crossing 

Blakely and Enniskillen Station.. . . 

Blooinfield and Lakeville 

do do 

Bloonifield Station and Central 

Norton 

Bocabec and St. Andrews 

Boiestown and Hayesville 

Boiestown and Parker's Ridge. . . . 
Boiestown and Railway Station . . . 
do do 

Bon Accord and Kincardine i 

Bon Secours & Coal Branch Station 
Bonney River Station, Elmcroftl 

and Railway Station i 

Boudreau Vilkage and St. Josepli. . 
Boundary Creek, Railway Station 

and Steeves Mountain 

Bourgeois and (Irandique 

Braenut and West (Jlassville 

Briggs' Corner and North Forks 

Salmon Creek . 

Bristol and Glassville 

Bristol and Railway Station . ... 
Brockway and Harvey Station. . . . 
Brooklyn Road & Midgic Harbour. 
Bfookville Station & Rail'y Station 

do do 

Brownsville Railway Station and 

West Scotch Settlement 

Bryentoii and Railway Siding..., 
Brymer and Railway Siding . . . 

Buctouche and Coates Mills 

Buctouche and Railway Station. . . 

Buctouche and Richibucto 

Buctouche and St. Edouard .... 
Buctouche and St. Jean Baptiste . . 

Buctouche and St. Maurice 

Buctouclie and Shediac 

Bull Moose Hill and Springfield. . . 
Burnt Chijrch and New Jersey. . . . 
Burtt's Corner, Dorn Ridge and 

Railway Station . . 
. Butternut Ridge and Carsonville. 
Butternut Ridge, Hicksville and 

Railway Station 

Butternut Ridge and Forks 

do do 

Butternut Ridge and Thorue Brook 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



R. H. Wright. . 

J. Blakely 

J. A. Carpentei 
W. I. Burk 



B. C. Williams, 
R. McCullough. 

C. W. Green 
T. B. Boies.. 
M. Campbell 
M. M. Campbell 

D. Niddrie.. 
R. W. Robinson 

J. P. Sullivan. . 
T. C. Boudreau 

T. Weldon. . . . 
J. P. Arseneau. 
J. C. Darrah . . 



J. A. Currie. 
R. D. Montgo 
mery 

E. S. Secord . 
G. Burrell . . . 
|H. L.Richardson 
IJ. B. Mc.viann. 
IW. Ryan. . . 

W. M. Northrup 
A. Bryeiiton . . 
A. Brymer . , . 
C. A. Girouard. . 

F. J. Cormier . . 
A. T. Leblanc. . . 
M. Jaillet 
A. Robichaud. . . 
A. M. Arseneau 

F. Hachy. 

J. H. Pickle . . . 
J. R. Davidson. 



E. Burtt 
S.Perry. 



do 

B. F. Coates 

C. G. Keith. . 
S. Perry 



Cain's River, Railway Station and 
Glen Porter T. 



Caledonia and Turtle Creek 

Calhoun and Railway Station.. . . 

California and Four Fall.s. 

Cambridge and Codys 

Cambridge and Gagetown 

24— b3^ 



R. Washburn 
Steeves. 
B. Calhoun. . 
Murchison. . . 
F. Roberts . . . 



G. F. Mason . 



5&1S 

3 
11 
11 

^ 

9 

18 
5 

5 



9 
4 



22 
3 



4&7i 
I 

100 yd'Ss. 
12 

i 
18 

4 
24 & 26 
5 
4 

i&5 
15 

i&6 

15 

IG 

5 



fe7 
18 

i 
104 
8' 
19 



Cl^ 



3 
3 
3 

3 
3 

2 
2 
12 
12 
3 
2 

12&1 
2 

12&2 
] 
2 



6 

12 

3 

3 

12 

12 

3 
12 
3 
G 
12 
3 
1 
6 
1 
6 
1 
6 

2&12 
1 

6& 2 

2 
2 

2 



Period. 



10 monthsl7d.from Aug, 
14, '05.. 
IS 

3 ,. (to Sept. 30, '05) 
9 u from M 



11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



(to Dec. 31, 0.5). 
from M . 



Amount. 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



from Aug. 1, '05 



$ cts. 

172 81 
45 00 
39 75 

127 50 

59 40 
1.58 00 
142 00 
55 00 
10 00 
10 00 
82 50 
96 00 

100 00 
82 00 

107 00 
28 00 
30 00 

45 oO 



180 00 


75 00 


235 00 


45 00 


12 50 


37 50 


125 00 


40 00 


1 00 


350 00 


50 00 


179 00 


35 00 


65 00 


30 00 


595 00 


30 00 


92 00 


100 00 


64 00 


80 00 


17 77 


93 60 


50 00 


86 17 


100 45 


35 00 


67 20 


310 00 


349 Oo 



B-36 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brxmswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



R. Black. 
T. E. Kelly. 
A. Kelly. . . . 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



Cambridge and Lakeview 

Cambridge and White's Point 

Cameron's Mills and St. Louis-de 
Kent 

Campbell's Settlement and Lower 
Southampton 

Campbellton and Railw ay Station. . 

Campbellton and McKendritk ... 

Canaan Station and McLean's 

Ciiiiaan Station & Railway Station. 

Canaan Station and St. Pauls 

do do 

Canabee and Clifton ... 

Canous and Oak Hill 

Canterbury Station and Dow Settle 
ment 

Canterbury Station and North Lake 

Canterlnuy Station and Railway 
Station 

Cape Bald and Le Blanc 

Cape de Moiselle Creek and Rail- 
way Station. ... 

Cape Spear and Railway Station. . . 

Cai)e Tormentine and Railway 
Station 

Caraquet and Lower Caraquet 

Caraquet and St. Simon 

Caraquet and Tracadie 

Caron Brook and Lake Baker . . . 

Carroll's Crossing and Railway 
Station .... 

Central Blissville and Railway Sid- 
ing ,..,.... 

Central Hampstead and Hibernia. . 

Central Water\ ille and Temperance 
Vale.. 

Centreville and Charleston 

do do 

Centreville and Goods Corner 

Centreville and Knoxford . 

Centreville and Railway Station... 

Centreville and Royalton 

Chambers Settlement and Foster's 

• Croft 

Chambers Settlement and Foster's 
Croft 

Chance Harbour and Lepreaux 

Charlo Station and Upi)er Charlo. . 

Chatham and Douglasfield 

Chatham, Laketon and Upper Bay 
du-Vin 

Chatham and Railway Station.. ... 

Chatham and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Chatham and Tracadie 

Chelmsford and Railway Station. . . 

Cherrytield and Moncton 

Chipman and Dufferin 

Chipman, Gaspereau and Upper 
Gaspereau . . 



I. Landry. 



G. W. Grant. 
G. Cumniings 
C. LeBlanc . . 
N. Girouard . . 
J. Gotro .... 
H. B. Gaudet 
I. Le Blanc . . . 
W. Glendinning 
W. E. Spearin 



S. H. Dow 

O. Buckingham 



S. Law .... 
M. Richard 



.2§ 



3 

2 
3 

10 

8i 
1 

104 

17 

h 
7 
7 
3 



5 

22 



E=^ 



6 A 



Period. 



3 112 months 

3 9 ,. (to March 31, '06) 
3 3 11 from n 



J. Wilson. . 
A. Seamon.. 



J. R. Barry 

J. R. Chiasson . 
J. Lantaigne., . 

T. S. Barry 

H. Caron . . . '. . 



A. O'Donnell.. 

L. B. Smith. . 
I. A. Gardiner. 

R. Murdoch . . . 
C. Wilkinson.. 
J. F. Crone. . . 
A. Beckwith. . . 

do 

C. Wilkinson.. 
A. Beckwith . . . 

T. Morrisey . . . 

E. McShane .. 
R. Mawhinney. 

W. Craig 

T. King 

R. McNaughton 
T.H. Fitzpatrick 

do 
P. Archer. . . . 
G. Harper. . . . 
W. Steeves . . . 
N. Legassie . . . 

A. Darrah 



A 



5 

.5 

22 
5 



3 



12 



2 12 
42&30 !l2 

1 |12 

2 !l2 
12 

4 
4 
1 
2 



20 yds. 



3| 

5i 
5j 
4& 7' 
4&7 
5 
6 



16 
5 



16 & 



21 

1 

2 

I 

H 

4 



12 12 
2 12 



12 

(! 

2 

2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
6 
3 



2&1 12 
42 &30 12 



12 
6 

12 
2 

2 

6&3 



Amount. 



(to Dec. 31, "05). 
from 11 ... 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from 11 



(to Mar. 31. '06) 
from 11 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION 



B-37 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Chipinan and Harley Road 

Chipnian and Linton 

do do 

Chipman and Railway Station 

Chocolate Cove, Fairhaven Lord's 

Cove 

Church Hill and River Yiew 

Clair and Fort Kent (Me) 

Clarendon Station and Railway 

Station 

Clarkville and Norton Dale 

Clarkville and Railway Station 

Clearview and Railway Station 

Clifton and Greys Mills 

Clifton and Rothesay 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Orchard .... 
T. McAllister. 

do 
H. Orchard . . . 



G. Wentworth . . 

E. Bayley 

J. Long 



G. S. Lacey. . . . 

B. Anderson. . . . 

do 

S. Bishop 

J. Rodgers 

G. S. Pettingell 






Clinch's Mills and Gooseberry Cove. R. Ferguson. 



Clinch's Mills and Railway Crossing 
Cloverdale East and Smith's Corner 
do do 

Clover Hill and Sussex 

Coal Branch Station and Ry. Stn . . 
Coal Creek and Coal Mines ....... 

Coal Creek and Railway Station. . . 
Coal Creek and Upper Coal Creek.. 

Coates Mills and St. Cyrille 

Cocagne and Cocagne Cape 

Cocagne and Notre Dame 

Codys and Coles Island 

Codys and Jenkins 



Coldstream and Hartland . . . . 
Coldstream and Knowlesville 
Coles Island and Forks 



F. S. Clinch.,., 
R. H. Morgan., 
W. H. b'eather 

stone 

S. P. Taylor.... 

J. T. Swift 

W. L. Durland . 
M. E. Weaver. , 

do 
W. LeBlanc .. 

D. Gueguen . . . . 

E. Bilodeau 

E. Starky . . . 
I. y. B. Hether: 

ington '. 

S. S. Page . , . . 
J. W. Fo.ster.... 
R. W. Hether- 

ington 

D. F. Richard.. 
M. Gionet. , . . 
W. A. Taylor. . , 

E. Ouellet. 



College Bridge and Railway Stn , . 

Collette and Rogersville 

Connell and Florenceville 

Connors and Mouth of St. Francis 

Cork Station and Railway Station.. IW. Murphy 

Cormier's Cove, St. Joseph and 

Station V. J. Landry. . 

Coronation and Railway Siding, ... G. W. Bishop. 

Coughlan and Railway Siding D. A. Coughlan. 

Cowan and South River H. Cowan 

Coxes Point, Cumberland Bay and 

The Range H.O.Branscombe 

Cross Creek and Green Hill A. Waugh 

Cumberland Bay and Railway Stn. H.O.Branscombe 

Currieburg and Stanley A. L. Currie 

Currj'ville and Railway Station. ... J. A. Beaumont. 



Dalhousie and Point La Nim 

Dalhousie and Railway Station. . . 
Dalhousie Junction and Ry. Stn . . . 

Damascus and Smith Town 

Dawson Settlement and Hillsb'ugh. 

Dawson Settlement and Steeves 

Mills ■ 



J. Nolan .... 
J. Duncan . , . 
T. Robinson. 
W. B. Smith , 
I. S. Jonah. . 



J. Steeves 



8 
12 
13 



11 
2 



h 
5 

7i 
3 
15 
5 
4 

4 
6 

6 

15i 
h 
4 

h 
4 

4 
6 
611 & 13 

2 
5 
18 & 234 

17 

4 
4 

3i 

1 
s 

1&2 

i 

i 

2i 

3, 5 & 7i 
4 " 

i 

k 



^^ 



6 P< 



2 

3 

3 

12 

3&2 

2 

12 

6 
2 
2 
6 
3 
(?• 
2 
12 
3 

3 
2 

12 
2 

12 
1 
2 
1 
3 
6 

3 
3 
3 

2 
12 
1 
3 
3 
6 

18 
3 

6 

2 

2&3 

2 

3 

2 

12 



3 

3G&24 

12 

1 

2 



Period. 



12 months 

4 M (to Oct. 31, '05). 

8 ti from 11 

12 ■. ... 

12 

12 „ 

12 , 

12 „ 

6 M (to Dec. 31, '05). 

6 n from .1 

12 

12 , 

12 „ 

12 t, . . .• 

12 M 

3 H (to Sept. 30, '05), 



9 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Amount. 



from 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 



$ cts . 

90 00 

58 00 

125 67 

25 00 

100 00 
40 00 
50 00 

40 00 

25 00 
42 50 

140 00 

139 00 

294 00 

65 00 

26 00 
18 75 



76 50 


160 00 


48 00 


26 00 


10 00 


25 00 


40 00 


35 00 


90 00 


227 98 


39 49 


•90 00 


225 00 


147 82 


75 00 


26 00 


68 64 


60 00 


26 50 


160 00 


25 00 


40 00 


30 00 


85 00 


60 00 


36 00 


55 00 


45 00 


75 00 


143 90 


100 00 


30 00 


37 50 



12 50 



B-38 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD Vll., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division. 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Debec and Maxwell 

Debec and Railway Station 

Derby and Railway Station 

Doaktown and Railway Station. . . . 

Diibson's Corner and Petitcodiac. . . 

Donegal, Waterford and Sussex. . . . 

do do .... 

Dorchester and Fairview 

Dorchester and Middleton 

Dorchester and Railway Station. . . 

Dorchester and Rockport 

Dorchester and Woodhurst. ..... 

Dorchester Crossing, Railway Sta 

tion and Scadouc 

Douglas and Railway Station ... 
Douglastowu and Newcastle. .... 

Dover and Moncton 

Downey ville and Hatfield's Point. . 

Downeyville and Tooleton 

Doyle's Brook and Railway Station 
Doyle'. Settlement, Lome and Riv 

er Louison 

Dumbarton Station andRy. Station 
Dnngiven and Memramcook. 
Durham Bridge and McElwain. . . . 
Durham Bridge and Ry. Station . . . 
Durham, Centre and .Tacquet Rive* 



East Glassviile and Highlands 

East Waterville and Temperance 
Edmundston and Railway Station . 
Edmundston, Temiscouata and 

C.P.R. Trains 

Edmunston and Upper Madawaska 
Eel River Cross^ing and Ry. Station 



G. riemming. . . 

A. Harron 

E. L. Parker. .. 
I. H. Swim . 

J. W. Bleakney. 

C. Crothers 

G. M. Hayes 

S. T. Blenis 

H. T. Buck 

S. W. Tingley.. 
R. Read 

B. Card 

P. J. Melanson . 
E. Currie. .. 

D. Doyle... . 
T. M. Steeves. 

E. Kellier ... 
W. L. Pickett 
J. Gratten .... 



Elgin and Fir (irove , 
Elgin and Flint Hill . 

Elgin and Mapleton 

Elgin and Meadows . 



Elgin and Pleasant Mount . . . 

Elgin and Railway Station 

do do 

Ellenstown and Millerton 

Elmsville and Railway Station.... 

p]lm Tree and La Plante. 

Elm Tree and Railway Station 

Emerson and Ford's Mills 

Ennishore and Grand Falls 

Enniskillen Station and Railway 

Station 

Evans and Young's Cove 

Exmore and Red Bank 



Fairville and Railway Station C. F. Tilton . . 



T. Hayes 

W. Saunders.. 
E. W. Toole.. 
R. McElwain. 
R. Abernethy. 
W. M. Furlotte. 



A. McKenzie. 

L Pike 

A. Babin. . . . 



do 

F. Albert 

L e V e q u e 
Splude .... 
T. Carty ... 
F. W. Steeves 

W. A. Colpitts 

F. W. Steeves. 



Henderson 
Garland . . , 
Barchard . , 
Tweedie . . , 
H. Dyer . , 

M. Godin 

Doucet 

Mc(i. Powell 
O'Regan . . 



McAloon. 

Gale 

Murphy . . 



a 


•S''? 




t. <u 


O to 


^^ 


CO) 


cs.t: 


o t. 


.IS 


6 a 


a 


•z 


21&14 


3 


.. 


12 


• ■ 


•12 


^ 


12 


13 


2 


8&12 


1 &3 


8&12 


1&3 


3| 


1 


2 


6 


i 


24 


12 


2.S&3W 


5 


1 


i&2i 


6&2 


rs 


3 





12 


15i 


3 


1 


2 


12 


2 


4 


•3 


3&7 


1&2 


tV 


6 


4 


1 


3 


2 


1 


12 


l| 


12 


2A 


3 


24 


2 


1 


12 


4 





3 


6 


A 


12 


4 


1 


17&12 


2 


4 


2 


6 


2 


5 


1 


1 


6 


^ 


G 


4i 


2 


tV 


12 


^ 


t> 


1 


12 


8 


2 


34 


1 


i 


6 


9 


3 


3 


1 


J 


18 



Amount. 



12 



(to Sept. 30, '0.5) 
from II 



less fine. 



(from Apl. 1, '05) 



and 15 days (to 
Nov. 15, "'05).. 

15 days (from 
Nov. 15, '05).. 

15 days (from 
Nov. 15, '05) . . 

(to March 31,' '06) 
from II 



•S cts. 

264 00 

29 50 
60 00 

24 00 
208 00 

51 06 

153 16 

19 00 

75 00 

231 34 

159 00 

25 00 

75 00 

30 00 
250 00 
224 00 

71 00 
79 00 
70 00 

54 00 
40 00 
25 00 
48 00 
35 00 
95 00 



40 00 

30 00 

95 00 

31 25 
60 00 

.50 00 
30 00 

65 62 

26 25 

37 50 
35 00 
25 05 
9 62 
35 00 
60 00 
50 00 
40 00 
79 00 
30 00 

28 00 
54 00 
30 00 



1.50 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW liliUNSWlVK DIVISION B— 39 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

APPENDIX B—Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Amount. 



Ferguson's Point and Main Post 

Road W. Ferguson . 

Ferndale and Hillside G. Bannister. 

Flatlands and Railway Station ... W. Gillis. 
Flint Hill and Meadows. _ J. VV. Garland . 

Florenceville and Lower Greenfield. R. Shannon . 
Florenceville and Railway Station. H. B. Taylor. 

Florenceville and S\immertield G. Green 

Florenceville East and Upper Peel. N. Moore 

Flume Ridge and Lawrence Station P. J. Anderson 

Foley Brook and Salmonhurst J. Pouslen . 

Forest Hill and Main Post Road. . . G. (i. Steeves . . , 

Forks and Ida. C. Kierstead .. . . 

Four Roads and Inkerman M. Gibb 

Fo.\ Creek and Moncton E. LeBlanc 

Fredericton and Hamtown S. Bird 

J'redericton and Hanwell P. Lucy 

Fredericton and Letter Boxes.. . . W. J. McGinn. . 
Fredericton and Lower St. Mary's. H. .T. Phair . . . 

Fredericton and Meductic J. C. Maxon. . . . 

Fredericton, Nashwaak and St. 

Mary's Ferry M. W. Ryan . . . 

Fredericton and Nasonworth D. D. .Tones . . . 

Fredericton and Railway Station. . C. J. Kellv. . . . 

do do . . J. E. Keith 

Fredericton .Junction and Ry. Stn . J. Shehan 

Fredericton Road, Harewood and 

Salisbury W. W. Wilson . . 

French Village and Railway Station M. A Bater 



Gagetown and L^pper (iagetown.. . . .1. W. Dickie.. . 

Gagetown and Welsford G. A. Law 

Gagetow n and Westfield \V. H. Bulyea. 

Gallagher and Railway Station J. T. Price 

Gaspereau.-i and Lakestream R. Bishop 

Gaspereaux Stn and Railway Stn.. . J. Mooney .. . . 
Gaspereaux Stn and Scott's Brook. . W. H. Jones .. 

Gavthorne and I abusintac G. Buchanan.. . 

Gibson and Railway Station. ... B. H. Babbitt. . 
Gilks, Railway Station, Blis.sfield 

and Moran J. Robinson 

Gladstone and Kintore I. L. Watt 

do do . do 

Gladwin and Red Rapid.s f. G. Brooks. , . 

Glassville and Kenneth K. Mcintosh. . . , 

Goose Creek and Shepcdy Road. ... .1. Prescott 

GordonsvilleandSouthGordonsville F. Pelkie 

Grafton and Woodstock J. Rolston . . . 

Grainfield and Renous Bridge M. Kehoe . . . 

Grand .A.nce and Mizonett S. Poirier 

Grand Bay and Railway Station. . . D. M. Hamni. . 
GrandP'all.^andGrandFallsPortage J. T. Mulherin. . 

Grand Fiills and Meiford F.Page 

Grand Falls and Railway Station. . .T. .T. Kelly 

Grand Falls and St. .Amand S. St Aniand. . . 

(irand Harbour and Whitehead ... A. Dakin 

Grattan and Uiiper Neguac J.Stewart. 

Great Shemogue and Shediac . . . . V. R. Boudreau. 




B-40 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Green Lake and Woodstock 

Green Point and Railway Siding. . 
Green River and Railway Siding. . 
Green River Stn and Railway Stn. 
Guinjond and St. Louis-de-Kent.. . 



Halcomb and Red Blank 

Hammond Vale and Londonderry. . 

Hampton and Gssekeag 

Hampton and Urquharts 

Hanford Brook and Uphani.. .... 

Harcourt and Lakestream 

Harcourt, Railway Station and 
Richibuctou 

Harri.sville and Lewisville 

Hartland and Railway Station 

Hartland and Victoria 

Harvey Station and Railway Stn.. . 

Harvey Station and Yoho 

Hatfield's Point and Norton 

Hatfield's Point and Wickham 

do do ... . 

Head of Millstreani, Perry Settle- 
ment and Sussex 

Head of Tide and Railway Station. 

Head of Tide and Roliinso iville. . . . 

Hebert and Sweeny ville 

Heron Island and New Mills . . . 

HilUborough and Lower Cape 

Hillsborough and Railway Station. 

Hillsborougli and Rosevale 

Hillsborough and Steeve's Mills . . . 

Hillsdale and Mackville 

Hillsdale and Siissex 

Holderville and Millidgeville 

Hopewell, Hoi>ewell Hill and Rail- 
way Station 

do do .... 

do do .... 

Hopewell Cape and Railway Station 

Hopewell Cape and Memel 

Hopper and Salisbury 

Hoyt Station and Juvenile Settle- 
ment 

Hoyt Station and Railway Station. 



R. A. Ballentine 
G. A. Fournier.. 
G. A. Lynch. . . . 
A. DeVillers. . . . 
D. Guimond . . . 



E. Mathews . . 
W. Fowler. . . . 
J. Boviard.. . 

H. Piers 

J. Tracey. . . 
L. J. Wathen. 



J. B. Miller. . 
J. L. Lockart 
J. D. Shaw . . 
J. McGee. . . 

D. Glendinning 
R. Coffey 

E. Kellier . . 
J. M. Denton. 

do 

W. S. Mason.. 
H. C. Gillis. - . 
do 

A. L. LeBlanc 
W. Maxwell.. 
H. Hawkes. . . 

B. Stenves. .. 
H. J. Stevens. 
W. E. Jonah.. 
M. Mclntyre. 
S. P. Kyle , . . 
VV. Sleep 



C. L. Peck... 
G. W. Newcomb 
J. D. Newcomb. 
W. E. Calhoun 
R.S.Wood worth 
A. W. Leeman. 

W. H. Wallace. 
A. W.Mersereau 



Indian Mountain and Moncton .... H. Renton. . 

Irishtown and Le Blanc ville W. Sidlivan 

Irishtown, Railway Station and 

McLaughlan Road ' do 

Iron Bound Cove and Railway j 

Siding VV. Lucas. 



Jacquet River and McMillan J. Doucett. . . 

Jemseg and Mouth of Jemseg jS. C. Burns. . 

Jemseg and Young's Cove Road. . .L. D. Ferris. 






1 

100 yds. 

5 



8 

8 

1 
13 

5 
22 

36,30.&i 
3 
. i 
2i 
50 yds. 
8 
.10 
18 
19 

5&20 

22^ 
4 
3 

y 

k 

13 

10 

3 

17 
21&17 

li 

. n 
u 

7&5" 
18 

13&]7i 

h' 

19 
5 

I^&IC 
i 



19' 






2 
1 

6 
2 
2 
1 

6&24 

2 

12 

12 
2 
6 
3 
3 

1&2 
6 
2 
2 
1 
6 
12 
3 
2 
1 
3 

C&3 

6&12 
6&12 
6&12 



2 

1 

6&2 
2 



Period. 



12 months 

12 

6 .. (to Dec. 31, '05).. 

6 „ from Dec. 31, '05 
12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
5 
7 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
6 
12 
12 
42 

3 

2 
G 
6 il2 

1 12 

2 12 



and arrears.. 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
from Nov. 30, '05 



Amount. 



(from Jan. 1, '06) 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
(to Dec. 31, '05).. 
(from Dec.31,'05) 



52 50 

52 24 

458 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-41 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detaii, of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Jolicure, Westmoreland Point and 
Railway 



Kanes and Teteagouche River (S. ) . 
Kent Junction and Railway Station 
Kent Lake and Railway Siding. . . . 
Keswick Bridge and Scotch Lake. . 

Kilburn and Kin tore 

Kilburn and Muniac 

Kilburn and Railway Station 

Kingsclear and New Market 

Kingscroft and Railway Siding. . . . 
Kingston (King's), Reed's Point and 

Railway Station 

Kingston (King's) and The Bluffs. . 
Kirkwood and Railway Station . . . 
Knoxford and Upper Knoxford .... 
Kouchibouguac and Kouchibouguac 

Beach 

Kouchibouguac and Laketon .... 
Koucliibouguac and Point Sapin. . . 
Kouchibouguac and Richibucto. . . 



Lake Edward and New Denmark. 

Lake George and Prince William 
Station 

Lakeville Corner and Newcastle 
Bridge 

Lameque and Miscou Lighthouse . . 
do do 

Lameque and Shippegan .... ... 

Landry and Upper Pockmouche . . . 

Lawrence Station and Railway Sta- 
tion . . 

Ledge and St. Stephen 

Legere and Portage River 

Lepreaux and New River Mills .... 

Lepreaux and Railway Station 

Lever and Oak Bay 

Lime Hill and Main Post Road .... 

Limekiln and Stanley 

do do 

Lincoln and Oromocto 

Lesson and Markhamville 

Little Lake and Tracy Station 

Long Point and Springfield 

Lorneville, Railway Station and Sea 
View 

Lower Brighton, Newburg Junc- 
tion, Pembroke and Newburg . . . 
do do 

Lower Derby and Railway Siding. . 

Lower Millstream and Parlee Settle- 
ment 

do do . . 

Lower Nappan and Point au Car. . . 



Name 

of 

Contractors. 



C. E. Brownell. 



A. F. Kane 

J. Horton 

S. Des Roche. . 
W. H. Lawrence 
D. Watt 

C. I. Pickett . . . 

B. Kilburn. . . 

D. Murphy . ... 
J. Copeland .... 



L. Scribner 

.J. L. Keirstead 

W. Kirk 

R. Longstaff. . . . 



J. Sullivan 

M. Flanagan 

J. Sullivan 

W. H. Mathew. 



H. Howlett. 
A. McLean. 



J. D. Bridges. 

T. Ward 

J. Brown . . . . 

D. E. Savoy . . 
L. G. Landry. 

P. J. Anderson 
W. Maloney. 

L. Mauzeroll 
R.Travis. ... 
H. P. Reynold 
W. Robinson 
T. Scribner . . 
.). T. Pringle 
W. Pringle.. . 
R. Brennan. . 
T. Lisson .... 
J. Duplisea. . 

E. Kellier . . 



M. Driscoll . . 
B. McKinney 

M. Amos 

G. S. Sharp. . . 
A. Campbell . . 



s 


s.^- 






01 . 




C ® 




1^ 


.IS 


dS. 


Q 


^ 


7&1 


1 
r)&i2 


H 


3 


X 


12 


1 


2 


9 & 10 


2 


6 


3 


1 


•6 


4 


12 


5 


1 


i 


2 


3§ &5 


r-i 


3 


2 


50 yds. 


6 


4 


3 


y 


2 


6 


1 


20 


1 


12 


6 


2A 


2 


22 


2 


18 ■ 


2 


27 


3 


27 


3 


( 


4 


5 


1 


4 


12 


5 


2(S.)& 




3(\V.) 


2 


3 


7 


2 


A 


12 


u 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


4 


3 


34 


1 


11 


1 


7&10 


2 


3&6i 


C&3 


3&6 


6&2 


3,6 & 8 


6&2 


I 


12 


6&5 


1&2 


6&5 


2 


51 


2 



Period. 



(to May 31, '06), , 
(to Sept. 30,' '05), 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from M 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



(to Feb. 28, '06). 
from 11 



(to Aug. 31, '05). 
from II 



Amount. 



S cts. 
325 00 



18 00 
30 00 
15 00 

229 17 
100 00 

10 25 
35 00 
39 00 
10 00 

216 12 
44 00 
15 00 
96 00 

69 .50 
20 00 
81 25 

230 00 



30 00 

183 00 

144 00 

93 75 
281 25 
13<} 00 

23 00 

52 00 

90 00 
30 00 
32 00 
40 00 
48 00 
20 00 
6 25 
18 75 
65 00 
20 00 
00 00 

94 00 

183 00 

100 00 

53 33 
40 00 

6 50 
05 00 
.52 32 



B-42 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Lower Turtle Creek and Turtle 

Creek 

do do . . 

Ijudlow and Railway Station 

Lynch and Railway Station 



McAdam and Railway Station. . . 

McDougall and Railway Station. . . 

McKees .Mills and Railway Station. 

McKees Mills ind St. Gregoire. . . . 

McNairn and Marie-de- Kent 

McNamee and Railway Station. . . 
do do .... 

Malakoff and Scadouc 

Maiden and Railway Station. . . . 

Manners Sutton and Tweedside . . . 

Mannhurst and Petitcodiac 

do do 

Maple Green and Dalhousie Junc- 
tion .... . 

Maplehurst, Upper Kent and Rail- 
way Station 

Maplewood and Milleville 

Mars Hill and River-de-Chute 

Martins and R.iilway Station 

Marysville and Railway Station . . . 

Maugerville and Upper Manperville 

Meadows and Railway Station 

Meadow.s and Tower Hill 

Meductic and Woodstock 

Melrose and Railway Station 

do do 

Memranicook and Memramcook Est 
do do West 

do and Railway St^ition.. 

Mercer and Norton 

Middle Siinonds and Peel Tank 

Midgic Station and Railway Station 

Mill Brook and Narrows 

Millidgeville and St. John 

Millerton and Railway Station 

Millstreani and Mount Hebron 

Milltown and St. Stephen 

Millville Railway Station and Tem- 
perance Vale . 

Millville and Springfield . 

Miscou Harbour and Wilson's Point 

Mispec and St. John 

Moncton and Railway Station (M. 
&B.R.) .. .. 

Moncton and Railway Station (M. 
&B.R.) 

Moncton and Railway Station (I. 
C.R.) 

Moncton and Stoney Creek 

Moncton and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Moncton, Street Letter Boxes and 

Railway Stations 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



R. H. Fillmore 

A . Hovey 

G. A. Lynch.. . 



.J. W. Green 

J. A. McDougall 

J. S. McKee . 

D. LeBlanc. . 
W. Ward . . . 

E. M. Donald: 
L Wilson . . 
E. Foster . . 
M. Sweeney 
A. Dorcas . 
R. F. Keith 
S. D. Mann. 



W. LeBlanc. 



B. W. Cox . . 
J. Johnston. 
S. Bishor). . . . 

C. Martin . . 
G. W. Foster 

A. McGrath. 
G. F. Beach . 
G. A. Lindsay 
G. W. Jackson 

B. Corrigan. . . 

■T. Barry 

J. F. Richard. 
S. J. Patrick. . 
T. D. Melan.son 
G. A. Langell. 
H. H. Hatfield 

C. Hicks 

E. L. Hughes 
J. B. Hamm . . 
G. Vanderbeck 

J. Keohan 

Hardy & Bridges 



H. McKenna.. . 

D. Reed 

P. Wilson 

J. B. Hamm . . . 



R. J. Duffey... 
J. A. Holman. 
R. J. Duffy. . . . 



A. P. Smith , 
R. J. Duffy. . 



P. A. Belli veau 



a 


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a CO 


'r.^ 


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O u 


-sS 


6 — 


a 


^ 


3 


1 


4 


1 


^ 


12 


100 yds. 


12 


1 


as req. 


12 


I 


12 


2 


2 


3 


2 


i 


12 




12 


af 


2 


u 


3 


4 


3 


8^ 


2 


»h 


.2 


2 


3 


3&i 


2&12 


r> 


2 


5 


1 


i- 


12 


A 


24 


5 


C 


20 yds. 




2 


2 


12 


6 


i 


6 


X 


6 


2i 


2* 


2k 


2 


1 


24 


3i 


1 


1 


G 


40 yds. 


6 


4 


2 


4 


G 


h 


12 


5 


2 


2 


18 


i&/2 


12 & 3 


14 & 16 


2 


6 


2s&lw 


9 


6 


i 


12 


i 


12 


1 


72 


Sh 


2 


11 


12 




as 




requ'd 



11 months (toMay 21, '06) 
1 II from II 

12 

6 I. (from Jan. 1, '06) 



Amount. 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



12 



12 II . . . . 

12 .1 

12 II . . . . 

12 I. 

12 I. ... 

Season 1906. 

12 months . . 

12 It .... 

12 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05).. 

(less fine) 
(to Feb'y 28, '06) 



(less fine) 
(toFeb'y"28,''06) 
from II 



> cts. 

13 75 

1 67 

35 50- 

20 00 



290 00 
35 00 
20 00 
20 00 

41 oa 

22 00 

32 50 
30 00 

33 00 
75 00 
93 17 
24 87 

55 00 

130 00 
52 00 

19 30 
78 24 
60 09 

74 50 

20 00 
52 52 

300 00 
37 50 
18 75 
45 00 

75 00 
96 00 
18 00 

135 00 
10 00 
52 00 

125 20 
40 00 
71 76 

160 00 

180 00 

198 00 

55 00 

280 00 

35 50 

12 50 

414 00 

103 05 
99 33 

333 33 



MAIL TBAN8P0BTATI0N—^E\V BRUNSWICK DIVISION 



B-43 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B^Conilnued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division. 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Moncton and Upper Coverdale . . . 

Moncton Road and Shediac 

Moore's Mills and Oak Hill 

do do 

Moore's Mills and Railway Station. 
Morehouse, Shinnickburn, Upper 

Blackville and Railway Station, . 
Mount Carniel and St. Fabien. . . . 
Mountain Dale and Snider Mountain 
Mount View and Upper Sackville. . 
Mountville and Railway Station 

do do 

Mouth of Keswick and Railway 

Station 

Mouth of Keswick and Scott's Lake 
Mouth of Kebwick and Upper Kes 

wick Ridg-e 

Mouth of Keswick and Woodstock 

Muniac and Railway Siding 

Musquash and Railway Station .... 



Nashvvaak Bridge and Railway Sta 
tion 

Na.shwaak Village and Railway Sta 
tion 

Nauwigewauk and Railway Station 

Nelson Reserve and South Nelson. . 

Nerepis Stationand Railway Station 

Nerepis Station and Round Hill . . , 

Newcastle and North West Bridge 
do do 

Newcastle and Railway Station 

Newcastle and Red Bank 

Newcastle and Sevogle 

Newcastle Bridge and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Newcastle Creek and Sheffield. 

New Mills and Railway Station .... 

Newtown and Sussex 

Newtown and White's Mountain. . . 

Nigado and Railway Station 

Nixon and Turtle Creek 

Northfield and Railway Station. . . . 

North Head and Seal Cove , . . 

North View and Plaster Rock 

Norton Dale and Railway Station. . 

Notre Dame and Poirier 

Notre Dame and Railway Station. . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



H. W. Gaskin. . 
Mrs R. Ba tern an 
J. W. Mann .... 

H. McKay 

A. Connick 



Oak Bay and Railway Station 

Oakham and Railway Station . ... 

do do 

Oaklands, Riverbank and Railway 

Siding 

Oak Point and Round Hill 

do do 

Oakville and Weston 

Oakville and Woodstock 



H. Morehouse. 7 
M. F. Martin. . . 
G. H. Keirstead. 
E. A. Wheaton. 
R. C. Butterfield! 
A. E. Butterfieldl 



16 

6 

14 

14 



i&2 
4 



H. F. Dunphy..! J 

C. Yerxa 12 & 13 



do 

E. Ebbett 

W. J. Miller.... 
J. Reed 



J. T. McBean . . 



C. Forbes 

W. H. Hill 

M. Whalen . 
M. O. McKenzie 

do 
E. H. Sinclair. . 
E. Connelly .... 

D. Doyle 

T. Foley 

J. O'Shea 



K. Yeamans ... 
•I. C. Simmons. 

W. Flann 

T. M. Durham. 

M. Hanley 

C. H. Roy 

L. A. Wilson... 

S. McLeod 

W. N. McLean 
J. H. Weaver. . 
A. C. Fawcett . , 
J. Gueguen. 
M. Bourque . . . . 



R. W. Wilson,. 
G. W. W..rden. 
T. Hickson . . , . 



H. M. Hunter, . 

D. D. Flewelling 

E. H. Flewelling 
S. W. Porter.... 
T. F. Troy, jr.. 



GO 
60 yds. 

i 



H 

A 

6 

1 
g 

12 
2i 
2i 
1' 

15 



32 

i 
10&12 
3 

i 

4" 

14 

12' 

7 

24 

(i 



h 

3 
3 
3 
14 & 11 



Period. 



3 12 months. 

1 12 

3 I 3 „ (to Sept. 30, '05). 

3 ! 9 .1 from m 

12 jl2 n 

2&G :i2 



1 12 
1 il2 



1 


12 


12 


3 


12 


9 


12 


12 


3 


1 


1 


11 


2 


12 


12 


9 


12 


12 



12 tl2 



12 


12 


12 


12 


2 


12 


12 


12 


1 


12 


6 


9 


6 


3 


30&42 


12 


3 


12 


1 


12 


6 


12 


9 


12 


12 


12 


3 


12 


1 


12 


12 


12 


2 


12 


2 


12 


5&4 


12 


3 


12 


2 


6 


1 


12 



12 12 



12 
3 
3 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from 11 



(to April 30, '06) 
from PI 
(less fine) 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 



(to M'ch 31, '06). 
from It 



6&2 12 „ 

6 Part of season 1905 . 

6 , I. n 1906. 

3 112 months 

3 |12 



Amount. 



(from .June 1,'06) 
(to May 31, '06). 
(from Oct. 1, '05) 



$ ots. 

208 59 
40 00 
34 00 

105 00 
75 00 



127 00 


20 00 


45 00 


20 80 


5 00 


15 00 


(iO 00 


27 08 


82 50 


680 00 


15 00 


30 00 



60 00 



62 50 


48 00 


67 00 


25 00 


75 00 


30 00 


10 00 


323 18 


300 00 


160 00 


20 00 


237 95 


GO 00 


175 60 


25 00 


40 00 


55 00 


15 00 


250 00 


1,55 00 


19 25 


22 00 


49 01 


65 00 


10 88 


G 00 


52 00 


30 42 


14 59 


85 00 


260 00 



B-44 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



Olinville and Round Hill 

do do 

Oroniocto, Sheffield, Upper Gage- 
town and Swan Creek 

Oroniocto and Shirley Settlement . . 

Oromocto and Waasis Railway Sta- 
tion 

Oromocto and Woodside 

Ortonville and Railway Siding 

Ossekeag and Railway Station 

Ossekeag and Upperton 



Painsec and Railway Station. . . . 

Parents and Railway Station .... 

Passekeag, Railway Station and 
Sherlock 

Peel and Railway Station 

Peniac and Railway Station 

Pennfield Ridge and Seely's Cove 

Penobsquis and Railway Station. 

Penobsquis and Roxburgh 

Perth and Railway Station 

Perth and Tilley . . 

Petei sville Church and South Clones 

Petersville and Wel.'iford 

Petit Rocher and Railway Station 
do do 

Piccadilly and Sus.se.x Corner . . . 

Pigeon Hill and Shippigan 

Pine Ridge and St. Norbert 

do do 

Plaster Rock and Railway Station 

Plaster Rock and Nictau 

Pleasant Point and- Railway Sta 
tion 

Plourd and St. Jacques 

Point de Chene and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Poitras and Power Creek 

Pollett River and Prosser Brook . 



H. B. Belyea . . . 
J. A. Vincent. . . 

T. M. Kelly . . . . 
R. Brennan. . . ., 



Pollett River and Railway Station 

Port Elgm and Railway Station . 

Port Elgin and Spences 

Porton and Riceville 

Powers Creek and Railway Station 

Prince of \Vales and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Prince William Station and Rail- 
way Station 



Queenstown and Upper Otnabog. . 



Read and Railway Station W. T. Allen. 

Red Pine and Railway Station . . . E. N. Sutton. 
Red Rapids, Railway Siding and 
Birch Ridge IC. Roberts, 



Name 

of 

Contractor 



J. Malone 

F. (loodine 

J. W. Hitchcock 
R. H. Smith . . . 
W. Dempster. . . 



P. Comeau 
M. Lebel. 



J. MacVey. . . 
E. A. Harmon 

C. T. Weade.. 
J. A. Spear. . . 
S. M. Freeze . 
E. W. McNair, 
M. Larlee . . . 
E. Lovely . . . 
.T. Chittick. . 
(i. R. Burton 
E. C. Boudreau 

do 
E. Brown .... 
W. Chiasson . . 
A. Richard. . 
J. M. Richard 

D. Eraser. ... 
J. H. Weaver 



J. Irvine 

P. Morneault. 



T. McGrath . . 
L. Poitras .... 
A. Lonsbury. . 

T. W. Colpitis 
a. Siddall.... 
T. L. Wood... 
M. Dickinson. 
J. Corbin 



J. Cairns 

W. G. Hatch. 

A. C. Fox.... 



18^ & 10 
18^ & 11 

10 21&12 
4 

6 
18 



19i 



1 

50 yds. 

*&5 



22 

1 

17i& 8 
4 
10 

u 
H 

18 
3 

1 

34 
3 



2i 
10 



17&15 
5 

i 

A 

2i 



2i 
25 yds. 

4&5 



O fc. 

6 a. 



3 
3 

6&3 
1 



2 

12 

as req. 

3 



2 
12 

12 &1 

12 

12 

2 

12 

2 

12 

2 

1 

2 

12 

12 

2 

2gl.w 

3 

3 

12 

3 

12 
3 

12 
2 
3 

16 

12 

6 

2 

12 



Period. 



Amount. 



9 months (to Mch 31, '06) 
3 n from .1 



12 



12 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



(to Sept. 30, '05.; 



(15 days froiu 
Nov. 16, '05.).. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION 



B-45. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division,. 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Red Rapids Bridge, Railwiy Siding 
and Arthurette 




Renous Bridge and Railway Station 

Re.xton, .Jardineville and Richibuc- 
to Village 

Rexton and Railway Station ... 

Rexton and Upper Rexton 

Reynolds and Railway Station 

Richibucto and Railway Station. . . 

Richibucto and St. Charles 

Richmond Corner and Woodlawn. . 
do do 

River-des-Caches and Savoy 

River Glade and Railway Station. . 

River Louison and Railway Station 

River Loui«on and Sunnyside 

Riverside and Railway Station , , . . 

Robertson's Point and White's Cove 

Robertville and Railway Station. . . 

Robertville and St. Rosette 

Robichaud and Upper Abougogin. . 

Rockland, Upper Dorchester and 
Railway Station 

Rockport and Sackville 

Rogersville and Rosarville 

Rogersville, Railway Station and 
Vienneau 

Rolling Dam Station, Railway Sta- 
tion and Sorrell Ridge 

Rosebank and Six Roads 

Rosedale and Upper Woodstock . . 

do do 

Rothesay and Railway Station. . . . 

Rothesay and Wells 

Round Hill and Speights Corner. . . 
Ru.sagornis and Waasis Railway 

Station 

Rusagornis Station and Railway 

Station 



H. (xiberson . . . . 
T. H. -Jardine . . 



.1. .Tardine . 
VV. S. Mallery.. 
W. Dykeman . . . 

M. Power 

-J. C. Vantour . . 

T. Richard 

J. Fit/.patrick . . 

F. Fitzpatrick.. . 

S. Savoy 

T. Jones 

.T. Currie 

H. Miller 

D. W. Stuart . . . 

G. W. Gunter. . . 

F. Christie 

W. F. Boudreau 
F. Robichaud. 



10 yds & 
3 miles. 

i 

200 ft. 

i 
k 

6 
6 
5 



3 

3f 
4 
15&10 



iJ. Sutherland... 4| & 6 

A. Tower 16 

A. A. Richard..! 10 

1 
I 

F. Richard | 5 & j^g 

H. Toal ! 6 & 16 

M. Robichaud . . 4 
W. H. McCor-l 

mick I 7i&4i 

W. Hamilton... I Ih&ih 

.1. R. Robertson. 50 yds 

J. McGuire 13 & 6 

A. F. Speight. . 



T. Malone 



A. Mott. 



St. Almo, Railway Siding and 

Three Brooks 

St. Andrews and Railway Station. . 

St. Anne-de-Madawaska and Rail- 
way Siding 

St. Anthony, Puellering, and Ren- 
aud's Mills 

St. Anthony and Railway Station. . 

St. Croix and Railway Station 

St. (ieorge and Railway Station.. . . 

St. Isidore and Tracadie 

St. John and Letter Carriers ... 



L. Reed 
R. Storr. 



St. John and Railway Station 
St. John and St. John West . 
St. John and St. Martins 



! J. B. Martin. . , 

I 

L. .T. Le Blanc 
T. Langis. . . 
!M. J. Tracy 
G. MeGee . 
jF. Poulin. . 
St. John Railway 

Company. 
J. B Hamm . . . 
J. Campbell . . . . 
|H. Nugent 



m 
i 



100 yds 

7h&2h 

r 

1 
1 

11 
7J to 8 

1' 
30 




6&3 
12 

12 & 3 
12 
3 
3 
12 
3 
3 
3 
1 
12 
12 
2 
12 
3 
6 
1 
2 

6&12 
1 
1 

1&12 

12 & 2 
1 



30 

2 

2 

2 
12 



3 
as re- 
quired 

12 




12 months. 
12 „ 



2 
2 
6 
12 
3 
as re- 
quired 
do 12 
30 12 
6 12 



(to Aug. 31, '05). 
from M ti 



(to Aug. 31, '05). 
from 11 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



45 00 
40 00- 

1,50 00 
80 00 
75 28 
35 00 
48 00 
82 50 
21 50 

166 67 
26 00 
25 00 
60 61 
68 00 
40 00 
38 86 

120 00 
25 00 

135 00 

321 00 
65 00 
60 00 

96 00 

175 00 

25 00 

26 36 
145 83 

75 00 

105 00 

50 00 

48 49 

15 OO 



75 00 
83 38 



20 00 

60" 00 

20 00 

69 00 

100 00 

110 00 

300 00 

1,219 44 
200 00 
779 00. 



B-46 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD Vll., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division. 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



St. John and Sand Point Road .... 
St. John Street Letter and Parcel 

Boxes and Indiantown 

St. John West and Street Letter; 

Boxes i 

St. John special parcel delivery at 

Xmasl905 

St. Leonard Station and Railway 

Station 

St. Leonard Station and Van Buren 

(Me.) 

St. Martins and Salmon River 

St. Martins and Wood Lake 

St. Stephen and Calais (Me. ) 

St. Stephen and Railway Station 

(C.P.R.) 

St. Stephen and Railway Station 

(C.P.R.) , I 

St. Stephen and Railway Station 

(S.L.) 

St. Thomas and Wilmot I 

Sack ville and Railway Station ■ 

Sackville and Second We.stcock. . . . ; 

Sackville and Upper Sackville 

Sackville and Wood Point 

Salisbury and Railway Station 

do do 

Salmondale and Railway Station. . . 

Salt Springs and Titusville 

Scotch Settlement and Railway St'n 
Sea Side and Railway Station. .... 

Shediac and Railway Station 

Shediac Bridge and Shediac River. 
Shediac Road and Railway Station. 
Shepody Road and Waterford . . . 
Shippigan and Shijjpigan (xully. , 

Siegas and Railway Station 

Siher Beach and Railway Siding, 
South Bay and Railway Station. . 
South Nelson and Railway Station. 
Spruce Lake and Railway Crossing. 

Stanley and Railway Station 

do do 

Stanley and Tay Falls 

Stanley and Woodlands 

Stickney and Railway Siding 

Stone Ridge and Railwa.y Station. . 

Sussex and Railway Station 

Sutton and Railway Station 

do do 



D. Peacoclc 

P. E. McDevitt. 

J. McG. Camp- 
bell 



H. McDevitt. 



D. O. Bourgoin., 



do 
J. Kennedj'. 
R. H OS ford. 
I. Bridges . 



Hardy & Bridges 
W. E. McAlona 



J. E. Green. 
J. H. Mclnnis 
A. W. Dixon. 

J. Amos 

D. Wheaton.. 

C. Richardson 
R. McCready. 
G. W. Gaynor 
W. D. Patterson 
J. A. Robertson 

D. McKinnon. 
S. Laughlan . . 
J. D. Weldon 
P. Babineau.. 
J. Walker . . 
O. Sear 

C. P. Roussel. 
M. Lyncli . . 
A. Green. 

E. Long 

A. Carrigan . . 
M. Watson . . . 

D. R. Moore . . 
W. Waugh... 
L. McKinnon 
M. Reardon. 
A. L. Stickney 
L. Brewer . . . 
H Cunningham 
J. A. Gregory 
W. B. Bonnell 



Tankville and Railway Siding B. Steeves 

Topleys Mills and Railway Crassing'M. Murray. . . . 
Tajmouth and Railway Station ;W. Munro . . 
Three Tree Creek .ind Railway St'n J. McQuestion. 

do do ..jR. Webb 

Tobique River and Railway Siding. |D. Curry 

Tracey Station and Railway Station, O. Tracey. .. . 

/ 



8, 6, 4, 
3&2 



1 

9i 

6 

1 



10 

4 



i 

I 

1 
5 

17 
20 ft. 



3 

37 

12 



12 



1 
12 

as re- 
quired 
24 

12 

3 
24 

1 
6 
1 

24 

24 
3 
2 
6 
6 

48 
1 
3 
1 
2 

12 
4 

12 

18 



6 

2 

2 

6 

12 

as req. 

12 

12 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months , 

12 M . 

12 M ... 



12 months. 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from II 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



(to Mch. 31, '06). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 

from II 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
(to Mch. 31, 'Od). 



$ cts. 

40 00 

821 00 

80 00 
16 00 
36 00 

75 00 
310 00 

.30 30 
100 00 

62 80 
124 80 

124 80 

63 00 
163 34 

45 00 
190 00 
45 00 
2(i 60 
70 81 

41 00 
49 00 
25 00 
30 00 
96 00 
25 00 

47 00 
40 00 

40 00 
60 00 
24 00 
16 00 
63 50 
30 00 
60 00 

41 25 

48 60 
133 00 

15 00 
20 00 
100 00 
10 00 
10 00 



20 00 
35 00 
24 24 
5 00 
24 00 
20 00 
40 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— NEW BRUNSWICK DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-47 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick Postal Division, 

&c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Tracey Station and Traceyville. . . . 
Turgeon and Railway Station. . . . 
Turtle Creek and Railway Station. 



Ui)i)er Brighton & Railway Station 
Upper Cape and Railway Station . . 

do do 

Upper Derby and Railway Siding. . 
Upper Keswick and Railv\jay Stat'n 
Upper St. Bazil and Railway St'n. . 

do do 
Utopia and Railway Station 



Waterside and Railway Station . . . 

do do .... 

Waweig and Railway Station 

Welsford and Railway Station 

Westtield and Railway Station 

do do ..... 

Westtield Centre and Railw ay Siding 

Williainstown and Woodstock 

Wisely and Railway Siding. ...... 

Woodstock and Railway Station . . . 
Woodstock and Street Letter Boxes 
Woodstock and Woodstock Rd St'n 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. O. Tracey. . 
W. G. Poirier. . 
V. C. Fillmore. 



J. A. Pearson 

N. W. Strang 
D. R. Polley.. 
F. Parks 

C. W. Estey.. 
W. Beaulieu. 
P. Clavette. . . 

D. Spinney. . . 









o ^ 

^ - 



T. .J. O'Connor 
T. H. Stevens. . 
W.E. Armstrong 
H. Johnston. . . . 
C. R. McKenzie 
W. H. Lingley. . 
R. T. Ballentine. 

A, Gihnan 

•T. A. Hayward . 

T.Baker 

C. D. Johnston . 
T. Baker 



Young's Cove Rd and Railway St'n 

Zealand Station and Railway Stat'n 

Takinrj Charge i>f Mails. 

Chatham Junction and Chatham 

Branch Railway 

Fredericton Junction 

Norton Station 

Petitcodiac 

Point du Chene 

Vanceboro' 

do 



L. D. Ferris. 
D. Jewett . . 



R. Dunbar 

A. L. Nutter. . . 
W. H. Baxter . . 
W. H. Price.... 
J. T. White . . . 
V. J. Wood row. 
J. H. O'Brien. . . 



15&13 
15&13 



17&15 



2I 

10' 



50 yds. 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 



1 

6 

12 



6 
6 
6 

18 

12 

&6 

12 

6 

2 

36 

12 

6 



12 



12 months 

9 „ (from Oct. 1, 
12 



'05) 



12 



(to Mch. 31, '00). 
from 11 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



(to Mch. 31, '06). 
from n 



(to Mch, 31, '06). 
from II 



6 12 I, 



12 11 

12 .1 

12 

12 M 

Season, 1905-06. 

12 months 

from 16 Oct . . . 



Total 

Less amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund. 



.$ cts . 

24 00 
33 75 

25 00 



15 00 
40 95 
15 60 
40 00 
40 00 
35 00 
40 00 
37 50 



356 25 

118 75 

80 00 

120 00 

86 25 

37 50 

13 75 

900 00 

41 00 

247 50 

104 00 

300 00 



25 Oo 
30 00 



25 00 
60 00 
90 00 
50 00 
39 58 
156 50 
110 50 

$07,279 74 
169 20 

.$67,110 54 



B-48 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



QUEBEC POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division made within 

the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Adstock and Robertson Station .... 
Agnes and Railway Station (C.P.). 

do do 

do do (Q.C.). 

Agnes and Woburn 

Alain and Railway Station. 

Allard and Nouvelle Railway Stn. . 
Allen's Mills and Railway Statitm . 
Ahiiaville and Shawenegan Falls. . . 

Amqui and Couturval 

Aniqui and Railway Station 

Amriui and St. Leon le Grand 

Ancienne Lorette and Chanipigny . 
Ancienne Lorette, Quebec and Les 

(xrands Deserts 

Armagh and Marceauville 

Armagh and St. Philonion 

Armagh and St. Ra])liael iiiast 

Armand and Railway Station 



Armstrong and St. Theophile ... . 

Arthabaskaville and North Ham. . . 

Arthabaskaville and Railway Stn. . 

Arthabaskaville and Victoria ville. . 

Assametquaghan and Mail Catching 
Post .... 

Ashnainnouchouan and St. Prime. . 

Aston Junction and Railway Stn. . 
do do 

do do 

Aubert Gallion and St. George 
Beauce 

Audet and Ferry 

do do 

Auvergne and Portnenf Station ... 

Avignon and L'Immaculee Concep- 
tion 

Avignon and Metapedia .... 

Avignon and St. Francjois d 'Assises 
do do 

Avon and New Ireland 



L. Dubreuil . 
J. O. Berube. 
J. E. Berube 
J. O. Berube. 
L. Lavigne . . 
J. Alain . . . 
J. Keays, jr. 

D. Vir 

J. Veilleux. . 
J. O. Couture 
L. A. Pouliot 
A. Marchand 
I. N. Drolet. 



de 



J. Cloutier. . . 
P. Langlois. . 
S. Couture. . . 
L. Boulanger. 
G. Morin & 

Patoine. . . . 

J. Richard . . . 

Z. Bergeron . , 

P. Bergeron. 

do 

S. Poirier. . . 
C. Garneau. . 
T. Vigncault. 
O. Vigneault 
C. Vigneault 

M. G. Pozer. 

J. Cote 

do .... 
L. Gignac . . 

T. C. Galland 
J. Poirier. . . 
T. A. Gallant 
R. Poirier. , 
A. Pelletier, 



C. Levesque 



J. Guay . . . 
E. Dufour 



Bagotville and Grande Baie . . . 
Baie St. Paul and Clairvaux 

Charlevoix 

Baie St. Paul and Isle aux Coudres 
Baie St. Paul and La Petite Riviere 

St. Fran9ois lO. Treniblay 

Baie St. Paul and Murray Bay. . |E. Bcjuchard 
Baie St. Paul and St. Tite des Caps,J. Dufour . . 



c ^ .^ 



250 yds. 
4 m. 
1.0 yds. 
15 yds. 
15 yds. 



Hfe 



d P< 



as req. 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months . 



(to Dec. 31, '05), 
from u 



(from Oct. 1, '05) 



(from June 1, '06) 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from n 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from !■ 



Part of seasons 1905-06 . . 



(to Oct. 31, 05, 
less fines) 



•S cts. 

174 OO 
28 26 
28 22 
112 68 
126 00 
25 00 
60 00 
31 30 
50 00 
45 00 
60 00 
50 00 
50 00 

250 00 
35 00 

139 00 
146 00 

140 00 
100 00 
598 00 

88 00 

78 00 

30 00 
3 33 

11 25 

12 50 
12 00 

40 00 

42 50 

62 50 

224 00 

50 00 
250 00 
37 50 
20 00 
40 00 

44 80 

68 00 
150 00 

300 00 
1,398 50 

311 21 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

APPENDIX B— Continued. 



B-49 



Detail of all payments foi* Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Baie St. Paul and St. Tite des Caps 
Baie St Paul and St. Urbain de 

Charlevoix 

Baie St. Paul and Wharf 

Basotville and Wharf 

Baie de la Triniteand Cariboo Lsld. 

do do 

Baie de la Trinite and Pointe des 

Monts 

Baie St. Clairo and South West 

Point 

do do 



L. Tremblay. 

T. Tremblay . 
E. Coude.... 



.2§ 



t:^ 



c ft 



Period. 



Jourdain. , . . 
Z. Comeau. . 



Baillargeon and Craigs Road Stn. . 
Baker Brook and Railway Station . 
Barrachois de Malbay and Bridge- 

viiie : 

Barrachois de Malbay, Belle Anse, 
Point St. Peter, Grand Pabos, 
Ste. Adelaide de Pabos, Newport, 
Newport Point, T'ort Daniel East 
and Port Daniel Centre 



J. A. Pafard . 



A. Maloiiin. . . 

La Conipagn ie 
Maritime and 
Coinmerciale. . 

D. P. Huot 

A. McLean 



Batiscan and Railway Station . 



Batiscan and St. Pierre les Becquets O. de Moras . . . 
Bcauce .Junction and Railway .Stn . V. Bilodeau . . . . 
Beauce Junction and Ste. Anges. . E. Fontaine . . . . 

Beauce\ille Est. and Mathieu F'. X. Lacombe. 

Beauceville Est. and Riviere des 

Plantes A. Rancourt. . . . 

Beauceville Ouest and Railway Stn. F. Rodrique, . . . 
Beaudet and Railway .Station. ... J. Bouchard. . . . 

Beaudoin and St. Ferdinand I. Fortier 

Beaulieu and Ste. Faniille A. Pechette . . . . 

Beaumont and Levis F. Turgeon 

Beauport and Beauport Est J. Latouche . . . . 

Beauport and Laval W. Brown 

Beanpre and St. Fereol M. Bilodeau ... 

Beaurivage and Parkhurst N. Brennan . . . . 

Bea,\ise;iour and Rimouski F. Alexandre. . . 

Becancour and Ste. Gertc ude ... P. Pellerin 

Becancour and St. Gregoire S. Charron 

Beland and .Jersey Mills L. Gendreau . . . 

liennett and Maple Grove R. Bennett 

Bergerville and Quebec . . J. Drolec. . . . 

Bergerville and Sillery G. Remillard . . . 

Bernadette and St. Nicolas M. Carrier.. . . . 

Beisimis and Hamilton Cove D. Emond 

Bersimis and Manicougan . . D. Malouin . . . 

Bersimis and Pointe des Monts. . . . D. Miller 

Berthier en bas and Railway Stn. . . J. Blais 

Bic and Railway Station J. Gagnon 

Bic and St. Valerien de Rimouski. . C. Simon ... 
Bishop's Crossing and Dudswell 

Centre C. H. Evans 

do do R. A. Grixton . . 

Bishop's Crossing and Railway Stn. J. R. McFadden 

24— b4 



F. H. Hodgins. 



The Interprovin 
cial Nav. Co. 
of Canada . . . . 

J. P. Laguerre. . 



26 



6 

6 
as req. 
as req. 
as req. 

6 

as req. 



34 
IJ & 200 
yards . 
3 

64 yds. 

5k 

3i 

g 
128 yds. 
5 
13 
9 

H 

13i 

7' 

3 

4 
lOi 

9" 

.5 

4i 

3 

1 

3i 
37' 
30 
99 

24 
200 yds. 

2 
2 
125 yds. 



18 

12 & 6 

24 

6 

■ 2 

3 
18 
6 
2 
3 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
3 
6 
12 
3 
2 
1 



18 

as req. 

6 

6 

6 

12 



8 mos. trom Oct. 31, '05 
(less fines) . . 

12 M 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 



Part of season 1905 . 
1906. 



Part of seasons 1905 & '06 
Special trip 



Part of season 190C 

12 months 

12 ,. 



12 



Part of seasons 1905 & '06 



12 months 

12 

12 

12 

12 



(from Jan. 1, '00) 



trips. .. 
months . 



to Mar. 31, '00. 
from .. 



Amount. 



cts. 

916 66 

150 00 

112 80 

22 40 

49 29 

19 70 

120 00 

25 00 



100 00 

60 00 

350 00 

.50 00 



309 40 

125 00 
408 00 

60 00 
250 00 

69 48 

50 00 

90 00 

29 20 

iH9 00 

180 00 

327 60 

50 00 

95 82 

125 00 

90 00 

150 00 

300 00 

160 00 

75 00 

73 00 

90 UO 

42 00 

40 00 

900 00 

300 00 

1,000 00 

105 00 

100 00 

• 9S 00 

60 00 
23 75 
50 ()0 



3-50 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 19D7 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 




Black Cape and Qiierry 

Black Lake and Railway Station . . 

Black Lake and Richard ville 

Black Lake and St. Ferdinand. . . . 

do do 

Blanchet and St. Lambert de Levis 

Blandford and Goupil 

Blandford and Stanfokl 

do do 

do do 

Blouin and D'Artagnan 

Boissonnault and Ste. Agathe de 

Lotbiniere 

Boivin and St. Elzear de Beauce. . . 

do do 

Bolduc and St. Evariste Station . . . 
Bolduc and St. Gideon de Beauce. . 

Bonaventure Island and Perce 

Bonaventure River and Thevierge. . 
Bougainville and St. George de 

Malbay 

Bourg Lf'uis and Railway Station.. 

Bracken and Inverness 

Breault's .Mills and Railway Stn. . . 
Broadlands and Kempt Road Hill . 
Bronghton Station and Ry. Station 
Broughton Stn. and W. Brougliton. 

do do . . 
Brownleit'li Place and King.sey Falls 
Buckland and St. Damien de Buck- 
land 

do do 
Bulstrode Station and Railway Stn. 
Bureau d\i Moulin and Moriu 

do do 



Cabano and Railway Station. . . . 

Cacouua and Cacouna South 

Cacouna and Railway Station. , 
Calnion, Railway Station and Reids 

Mines ". 

Campbells Corner and Inverness. 
Can)i)bellton and Cross Point. . . . 
Capliii River and St. AlpliDnse de 

(japlin 

Caplin River and St. Alphonse de 

Caplin.. 

Cap ^ladeleine and Three Rivers 

Cap Rouge and Quebec 

Cap St. Ignace and Railway Station 
Cap St. Ignace and St. Apolline de 

Paton 

Cap Sante and Les Ecureuils ... . 
do do .... 

Cap SUnte and Poitneuf ■. . 

Carletou Centre' and Railway Stn. 
Caron Brook and Railway Station 

Casault and Railway Station 

Castl-bar and Danville 



LeBlanc. . 
E. Hudon 
Guerard . . 
J. Beaudoin 
Drapeau . . . 
Paquet .... 
Goupil 
L'Heiireux. 
N. Garneau 
Depre .... 
Kirouac. . . 



Boissonnault 
Jacques 
Champagne, 
Blais . . . 
Poulin . 
Aubert 
Forest . 



Lepage . 

Russell . 
McHogge 

Richer. . . 
.lamieson 

Foitier 

Bolduc . . 
Gingras. . 
Brown . . 



Godliout . . 
Laflamme 
N. Blanchet, 
Breton . . 
Langlois. 



J. Latulippe.. . . 
A. Levesque. . . . 
^. Rioux . ... 

T. H. Crabtree . 
T. Campbell . . . 
T. L. McDonald. 



41 
100 yds. 

7 
15 
15 

4J 

9 

9 

9 

3 

4 
3 
3 
15 
8 
3 
34 

3 

6 
180 ft. 
5 
150 yds. 
fii 
Cl 
3' 



8 
200 yds. 
3 
3 



E. Kerr 



A .Landry . 
M. Arcand . 
.J. Trudel . 
T. Guimont. 



C. Drapeau . . . . 

0. Gauvreau . 

1. Godin 

S. Briere 

N. Leblanc 

R. Lang 

J. Ouellet . . . 
E. J. Connolly. 



H 

2 

24 

4 
2 
1 



24 

4A 

■ 4i 

5 

U 

3&G00y''» 

2 



3 

12 

C 
6 

12 
1 
6 
6 

e 
3 

3 
2 

2 
c 


3s&lw 
•3 

2 
() 
3 

12 
2 

12 
G 
() 
3 

6 
6 
12 
3 
3 



12 

6 

23 

12 &6 

6 

12 

6 

6 
6 
6 

18 

1 
6 
C 
6 
12 
6 
3 
6 



12 months 

12 

12 



6 
12 
12 

() 

3 

3 
12 



12 



(to Dec. 31, '05. 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, "05.) 
(to Mar. 31, '0(>.) 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06.)! 
from IT 



(from Oct. 1, '05) 



(to Mar. 31, '00.) 
from II 



(to Sept. 30, '05.) 
from II 

(to Mar! 31, 'Ofi.) 
from 11 



Part of seasons 1905- 'OG. 
2 months 



12 II 

12 II 

Part of seasons 1905-'0G. 

9 mos. (to March 31, '116) 

3 II from 11 
12 
12 
12 

1 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



(to July 3], '05). 
(to March 31, '013). 
from II 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-51 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Causapscal and Railway Station.. 
Cedar Hall and Railway Station. 
Cedar Hall and Wallace Mill. . . . 

do do 

Chaniard and Railway Station. . . 
Chainpigny and Railway Station. 
Champlain and Railway Station.. 

do do 

Charlesbonrg and Railway Station 

do do 

Cliaudiere Basin and St. Romuald 

d"Etcheniin 

Chaudiere Basin and St. Romuald 

d'Etelieiiiin 

Cliaudiere Curve and Railway Stn. 
Cliaudiere MilLs and Railway Stn . . 
Cliaudiere Station and Railway Stn. 

Chauiuoiit and St. Agapit 

Cliemin Taclie, St. Frangois Xavier 

de Viger and Viger 

Chicoutiini and Chicoutimi Guest. . 

do do 

Chicoutimi and Grande Baie. ... 

Chicoutimi and Laterriere 

Chicoutimi and Railway Station. . . 

Chicoutimi and Riviere du Moulin. 

Chicoutimi and Street Letter Box. . 

Chicoutimi and Wharf 

Chicoutimi and Tremblay 

do do 

Chlorydormes and Fo.x River . . . 

Chlorydormes and Petite Madeleine 

Chrysolite and Coler.aine Station . . . 

Chute Peribonca and Taillon 

Clair and Railway Station 

Clapham and Hill Crest 

Clapham and Inverness 

Clapham and Jamieson 

Colbert and St. Raymond 

Coleraine Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Coltraine Station and Wolfstown. . 

Connor and Railway Station 

do do 

Coocoocache and La Tuque 

Copperfield and We.st Broughton . . 

Corris and Railway Station 

Cote's Mills and St. Fortunat. 

Craig's Road Station and Railway 
Station - 

Crockett and Railway Station 

Cros.s Point and Restigouche 



Culdaff and St. .Joseph Beauce 

Cumberland Mills and River Gilbert 



D.anville and Pinnacle 

Danville and Railway Station 

24— B4i 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.J. Bouchard 
C. Rous.seau . 
L. Paquet . . 

C. Theniault.. 

D. Laforest. . 
I. N. Drolet . 
W. Lamothe 

F. X. Renaud 

F. Jobin. . . 

A. Samson. . 

A. Couture.. 
J. E. Routhier. 

G. Breakey. 

C. F. Coleman. 
F. Rousseau . . 

A. Desbiens 

E. Belley . . 



U. Gobeil . 
L. Maltais. . 
T. De.sbiens. 
T. Villeneuve. 
P. Girard. . . 
T. Desbiens. 
F. Simard 
L. Boucher. 
•J. B. Ptlletier. 
A. Gagnon 
J. Philippon. . 
L. Neron . . 
J. Long . . 
R. Kerr... 
A. J. Porter. . 
R. J. Forbes. 
C. Pire 




J. Roberge . 
A. Rouleau. 
H. Dionne. . 
P. Boucher. 
J. Mercier . 
P. Landry . 
J. U. Mercier. 
L. Lemay . . . 

N. Foumier 
P. Berubt! .. 
W. Murray. . 

A. O'Brien . . 
T. J. Taylor. 



M. Beaucbesne. 
E. J. Connolly . 



67 yds. 
9 



14 



12 
12 

2 

2 
12 

6 
12 

6 
18 
18 



G 
12 

6 
12 

3 

4&2 

8 

12 
6 
6 

13 
As req 
6 
As req 

13 

IM 
2 
2 
6 
2 

12 
2 
3 
3 
2 

12 
6 

12 

12 
1 
3 

12 
3 

12 
6 
() 

G 
1 



3 12 
24 12 



6 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
6 

G 
12 
12 
12 
12 

6 
Part 

Dm. 

3 
12 
12 

1 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
10 
2 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
11 

12 
12 



months. 



of 



(to Sept. 30- '05). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31 -'05. 
from II 



Amount. 



(to Dec. 31-'05, 
and arrears). . . 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
seasons '05 & '00 . 
ths(toMar. 31,'0G)| 
from II 



(fi'om.Junel, 'OG) 



(to Apr. 30, 'OG). 
from II 



& 1) days (to June 
'.K '00) 



$ cts. 

85 (0 
GO 00 
12 50 
37 50 
10!) 08 
3G 00 
5!) 00 
2!) 48 
77 73 
50 00 

37 50 

50 50 
40 00 

100 10 
GO 00 

49 00 

285 00 

24 03 

50 00 
438 20 
270 00 
191 10 

20 80 

23 70 
5G 00 

173 43 

62 25 

400 00 

440 00 

8 .33 

100 00 

58 00 

35 00 

. 316 00 

48 00 
52 00 

40 00' 
270 00 

25 83 
5 IG 

132 00 

49 00 
25 00 
40 00 

24 CO 

25 OD 

118 10 

440 00 

55 00 



60 00 

.55 00 



B-52 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Danville and .Ste. Camille 

D'Artagnan and St. Henri de Levis. 
Davelny villa and Railway Station. 

do do 

Delagrave and St. Pierre Railveay 

Station 

Delisle and St. Joseph d'Alma 

do do »■ ■ ■ • 

Delisle and Taillon 

Demeules and St. Felicien 

Denisons Mills and Richmond 

do do 

Dequen and Railway Station . , . 

Deschaillons and Frontenac 

Deschaillons and Gentilly 

Deschaillons and Lotbiniere 

Deschambault and Railway Station 
D'Israeli and Railway Station.. . . 

D'Israeli and St. Fortiinat 

Douglasburg and Douglas West. . 



East Broughton and Railway Stn. . 
East Magdala and Ste. Anastasie . . 

do do 

Edmundston and Railway Station.. 
Elgin Road and Railway Station. . . 
Erie and St. Adolphe de Duds well. 

Escuminac and Fleurant 

Escuminac Flats and Railway Stn.. 
Esquimaux Point and Moisic. . 
Esquimaux Point and Natashquan 



i'ather Point and Railway Station 
Fauvel and Railway Station, . 

Fir Grove and St. Odilon 

Forestdale and Railway Station. . . 
Fox River and Grande Greve. . . 

Frami^ton and Mount Robson 

Frampton and Ste. Henedine 

Frampton and Springbrook 

French Village and Richmond. . . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



E. J. Connolly 
V. Bolduc. .. 
A. Davelny. . . 
do 



P. Letourneau 
T. Cote.... 

E. Renaud . . 

F. Larouche 
A. Naud . . . 
T. Hodge. . . 
N. Ward.. . 
A. Bilodeau 
M. L. Fortier. 
D. Delisle . 
J. Gailloux. 
A. Perrault. 
J. D. Adam 
L. Lemay . . 
C. Rooney. 



J. Vallee.... 
A. Moisan . . . 
L. Jeffrey . , . 
P. Hebert... 

S. Duval 

J. Ouellet 
D. Campbell. 
S. Pike, sr . . . 
J. Cormier.. . 
G. Turbes . 



M. Beaudet 

G. Marsh 

A. Ferland 

J. W. Beaudet. 
A. Samuel 
F. Henice ... 

J. Audet 

W. Miller 

F. X. Decoteau 



Gagne and Maria 

Garneau Junction and Garneau 

Railway Station 

do do 

Garthby Station and Garth by West 
Garthby Station and Railway Sta 

tion 

Garthby Station and Vezena Corner 

Gaspe and Gaspe Bay South 

Gaspe and Grande Gz'eve 

do do 

Gaspe and Perce 

Gaspe and Rosebridge 

Gaspe and Sandy Beach Centre. . . 
Gaspe Bay South and Sunny Bank 



A. LeBlanc. 



J. Tremblay . , 
•J. Bordeleau. , 
A. Grenier.. . 



T. Jacques .... 
A. Coulombe. 
J. H. Eden... 

C. Fortin 

T. J. Miller . . 
M. J. Furlong 
J. Stanley . . .' . 

X. Morin 

G. F. Patterson 



c 


S-^ 




C. a 


is 




.2^ 


. ^ 


6 a 


Q 


^ 


17 


6 


1 


6 


h 


6 


\ 


6 


k 


12 


12i 


6 


12* 


6 


12 


3 


2 


6 


8 


3 


8 


3 


1 


12 


9^ 


6 


16 


6 


10 


6 


24 


18 


120 yds. 


.12 


13 


6 


2^ 


2 


14 


12 


4 


1 


5i 


1 


I 


12 


1 


3 


4 


3 


8 


1 


3 


2 


121 


6w.9s. 


100 


6 


2 


12 


1 


6 


5 


6 


loO ft. 


12 


20 


3 


6 


2 


13 


6 


4 


3 


15 


6 


3 


6 


200 yds. 


12 


200 yds. 


12 


3 


2 


200 yds. 


12 


8 


1 


44 


3 


15 


6 


15 


6 


36 


6 


11 


2&3 


24 


w'kly 


3&7 


3 



Period. 



12 months. 
12 n .. 
12 „ 
12 „ . . 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from M 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from 11 



(toMar. 31, '00). 
from 11 



(from Feb. 1, '06) 



Season 1905-06 



12 months 

12 

12 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



3 

12 

12 

26 trips . . . 

12 months 



(to May 31, '06) 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from 11 



(to March 31,'06) 
from 11 
less fines . . . 



Amount. 






MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-53 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Gentilly and Trois Rivieres. . 

Gingras anrl St. Aiitoine Lotbiniere 
Glen Lloyd and (ilen Murray . . . 

Gosford and St. Raymond 

Grande Haie and La Descente des 

Fenimes 

Grande Baie L'Anse St. -Tean and 

Wharf 



Grande Baie and L'Anse St. Jean. . 

Grande Baie and Oti.s 

(irandes Piles and Lac la Peche . . . 

Grandes Piles and La Tuque 

Grandes Piles and Railway Station. 
Grandes Piles and St. Jean des Piles 

do do 

Grandes Piles and St. .Joseph de 

Makinao 

Grandes Piles, St. Joseph de Maki- 

nac and River IVLikinac . 

(Jrand Fond and MuiTay Bay 

Grand Mereand (irand Mere Village 



Grand Mere and Lac 
Railway Station .... 



h la Tortus 



(Jrand Mere and Railway Station. . 

Grand Meti.s, Metis Point and 
Campbell House. 

(irand Metis and Railway Station. . 

<ir:uid Rang and .St. Abdon 

Green River and Riviere du Loup 
Station 

Grenier and St. Elzear de Beauce. . 

Grondines and Grodines Est 

(irodines and Portelance 

Grondines and Railway Station. . . 

Guay and Levis . 



Hadlow Cove and Railway Station. 
Hadlow Cove and St. Uavid de 

Levis 

Hamilton Cove and Les Escomnains 
Hauteur and St. Gabriel de Ri- 

mouski 

Hebert and Main Post Road 

Hebertville and Lac Sec 



Hebertville and Railway Station. 

Henderson Vale and Millfield 

Heronville and Railway Station. 

Hocquart and St. Clement 

Honfleur and St. An.selme 



Indian Lorette and Ignace de Que 
bee .' . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. L. Poisson. 

L. Roger 

H. Plummer. . 
C. Moisan . . . . 



J. Girard . . 
H. Gagnon. 



U. Simard .... 
P. Potvin. ... 
W. H. Parker . 
P. Chandonnet. 

D. A. Crete 

U. Nault 

do 



L. Hamel. 



A. Gagnon . . . 

W. Dufour 

LaiuentidesPulp 
Co 



Laurentide.'iPulp 
Co.. 

La\n-en tidesPulp 
Co 



A. Dufour 

F. Chamberland. 
O. Roy 



L. Desrosiers. 

A. (irenier 

D. Courteau . . 
A. Portelance. 

L. Perron 

J. Verreault. , 



L. Samson . . . 

N. Begin. . 
P. Bouchard 



J. B. Dube... 
A. Hebert . . . . 
M. Tremblay. 
L. Pilote . . . . 
A. Treuiblay. 
F. Little . . . . 
N. Roberge. . . 
A. Guellet. . . 
J. Beaudoin . . 
J. Fournier. . , 



A. Gagne 



.IS 
O 



16 
3 
4 
S 

18 

fe4 



10 



1.5 
10 
72 



20 

&15 



2h 

1 

C 
3 
4i 

5i 
U 
3' 

it 



200 yds. 

1 

27i 

(J 
2 
7 
3 
3i 
5" 
20O yds. 
8 
C 
6 






123w 

4s 



2 
(! 
1 
12 
6 

i; 

fthly 

1 
1 



12 

12 

6 
12 
1 

f) 
2 

6 
2 
18 
13 &19 

18 

12 
3 

2 
3 
3 
3 

as req. 
2 

as req. 
6 
3 
4 



Period. 



12 mos. (less fines) 

12 , 

n „ (from Oct. 1,'05). 

12 ., 

12 n 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 100.5 .... 

months (to Dec. 31, '05) 

12 „ 

12 ,1 

C ., (to Dec. .31, '05). 

C M fi-om 1. 

9 „ (to March 31,'OU) 

3 1. from ir 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 1 905 & '00 

12 inonths (e.\tra trips) , . 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 M 

13 „ 

12 H 

12 „ 

12 

12 n 

12 „ 

12 , 

12 H 

12 

9 M (to Mar. 31, 1906) 

3 n from .. 

12 II less fine 

12 

12 

12 M 

6 n (to Dec. 31, 1905) 

6 II from II 

6 .1 (to Dec. 31, 1905) 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

371 00 
40 00 

87 75 
40 00 

75 00 



400 00 
48 00 
GO 00 
100 00 
614 58 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

58 50 

40 00 
26 00 

31 30 



120 00 

93 90 

67 00 

212 20 

35 00 



149 00 
35 00 
30 00 
25 00 

295 00 
75 00 



80 00 

80 00 
356 00 

44 00 
50 00 
84 75 
23 40 
93 00 

45 00 
60 00 

200 00 
37 50 
47 92 



25 00 



B-54 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD Vll., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Indian Lorette and Lake St. Charles F. 

Inverness and Kinnears Mills |C. 

Inverness and Ste. Julie Railwav 



Station 

Inverness and Wood side 

Isle aux Coudres and La Baleine. . . 
He aux Coudres and Pointe des 

Roches 

lies aux Grues and Montniagny .... 
Isle Verte and Notre Dame de I'lsle 

Verte 

Isle Verte and Railway Station . . . 
Isle Verte and St. Paul de la Croix 
Ivry and Notre Dame du Lac .... 



Jette and Railway Station . . . . 
Jonquieres and Railway Station 

Jonquieres and St. Cyriac 

Julien and Mail ('atchint; Post . 



Auclair . . . . 
Mitchell . . . 

Lapointe , , 
ilenderson 
Perron . . 

Dufour . . 
Lebel 

Marquis . . 
Ouellet . . 
Mignault . 
B. Leclerc . 



M. Beauchemin 

E. (iagnon . . 
N. Potvin 

F. Julien 



Kamouraska and Railway Station. . |fi. Langlais. . . 
Kempt Station and Mail Catching 

Post H. Therriault , 

Kenogami and Railway Station .... W. Larouche . 
King's Corner and Kinnears Mills. . B. (t. King. . . . 

Kingsey Falls and Lome G. Boutin 

Kingsey Falls and Rob.son O. F. Blake 

Kinnears Mills and Robertson St'n. R. H. Scott. . . . 
Kiskipsink and Railway Station..-. . N. Simoneau... 



La Barre and Railway Station. ... 
Lac k la Tortue and Proulxville. . 

do do ... 

Lac a la Tortue and Railway Station 
Lac a Laurent and L'Anse au Foin. 
Lac an Sable and Lac au Sable St'n 
Lac au Sableand Railway Station. . 

do do 

Lac au Sautnon and Railway Station 
Lac Bouchette and Railway Station 

Lac Clair and Treniblay 

Lac des Commissaires and Railway 
Station 

do do 

Lachevrotiere and Lotbiniere . 
Lachevrotiere and Railway Station, 
Lac St. Joseph and Railway Station 

La Decharge and Treniblay 

Lagace and Matapedia 

LagaceandSt. Andre deRestigouche 
Lake Ayliiier add Lake Weedon. . 

do do 

Lake Beauport and Quebec 

Lake Edward and Railway Station. 

Lake Etcheniin and Langevin 

Lake P^tchimen and Standon 



Lavoie. . . 

R. Lafontaine 

Massicotte. 

Brunelle . . 

Larouche. . 
Frenette. . . 
B. J^arveau 
X. Lavoie. 
St. Laurent 

Potvin 

Boulianne. 

J. Marsan. 
Montreuil. 
Arcand . . 
Sauvageau. 

Piche 

Nepton. . . . 
Lagace .... 
LeBlanc . . . 
(iauthier. . 
Prateau . . . 

Brown 

Turner ... 
Brochu . . 
Simard . . . 






3 

124 

11 

13J 

4 

5 
G 

6 
1 

10 
U 



10 
6 



5 

250 yds. 
20 yds. 
4 
4 
9 
11 
i 



300yds. 
10 
10 
1 
;! 
9 

100 feet . 
500 feet. 
40 yds. 
1 
18 

4i 
4i 

5| 

1 

100yds. 

21 

4 

4 

12 

12 

13 

1 

lO' 
10 



6 
12s 6w 
2 

2h 



12 

6 
6 
2 
12 
2 

6 
as req. 



Period. 



6 mos. from Dec. 31, '05 
3 „ (to Sept. 30,1905) 



(from 1 Mar. '06) 



Amount. 



(to Mch. 31. 'OG) 
from 11 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
fi'om 11 



(to Dec. 31, '05.) 
from 11 



(to Mch. 31, '06) 
from 11 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 



B-55 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division. 

&c. — Continued. 



N^aine of Route. 



Lake St. Charles and St. Ignace de 

Quebec 

Lake View House and Lake St. 

Joseph Hotel 

Lake Weedon and Railway Station. 
Laniartine, St. Cyrille de L'l.slet 

and Railw ay Station .... 

Lanibton and Railway Station. 
L'Anse a (riles and Railway Station 
L'Anse au Foin and Riviere du 

Moulin 

L'Anse St. Jean and Petit Sagueiiay 
La Reu.audiers and St. Pierre Mont- 

niagny 

Larochelle and St. Norbert d' Artha- 

baska 

La Tufjue .Junction and Railway 

Station 

Laurierville and Railway Station.. 



Lauzon and Levi.s .... 

Lauzon and St. Joseph de Levis 

and Street Letter Bo.>Les 

Laval and (Juebec . . 

Le Bras and St. Victor Railway 

Station 

Leeds Village and Lemesurier 

Leeds Village and Lyster Station. . 
Leeds Village and Wilson's Mills. . 

Leniieux and Railway Station 

Les Eboulenieuts and (^uai des 

Ebouleinents 

Les Eboulements and St. Hilaiion. 
Les Eboulements and Wharf .... 

Les Escouniains and Tadousao 

Lessard and St. Elzear de Beauce. . 
Levis Branch Post Office and Street 

Letter Boxes ... 



Levis and Railway Station 

do do 

Levis and Rimouski 

Levis and St. Romuald d'Etchemin 

Lime Ridge and Marbleton . . 

Lime Ridge and St. Adolphe de 
Dudswell 

Limoilou and Railway Station 

Lmiere, Metgerniette and St . Za- 
charie . . . 

Liniere and Railway Station . . . 

Liniere and L^nited States Bound- 
ary Line 

L'Islet and Railway Station 

L'Islet Station and )Jailway Stn. . . 

Little Metis and Railway Station . . 

Little River East and St. Isidore 

de Gaspe 

do do 

Lorette and Railway Station 

Lome and Railway- Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



F. Auclair. 



White. , . . 
Fortin. . . 

Norman d . 
Langlois . . 
Langelier 



Tremblay . 
Bouchard . . 



Lee 

Boulanger . 



Paquet . . 

Lapointe 



C. Carrier 



E. Ruel . . . 
W. Brown 



a 



2i&3 
60 yds, 

2i&5J 

7i 



2 
12 

2h 

4 

100 ft. 



M. Bolduc .... 

W. C. Ro.ss 

A. McKee 

H. McCutcheon 
J. W. Beaudet. 



E. Tremblay 
O. Tremblay, 

E. Tremblay 

F. Brisson , . 
F. Blais .. 



X. Guay 



u 



1 

5 
17 
2"* 
150 ft.* 

3 

8 
.5 

27 



6-1-54 



Ouelbt . .. 
Chamberland 
H. Dorion ... I 
Ouellet . . . 
Clou tier.. . . 



Ouellet . 
Talbot . 

Boily ... 
Boily ... 



Rheaume. 
Leclerc. . . 
Gagnon. . . 
Tuggy.... 



Lancup . . . 
Marquis. . . . 
B. Linteau. . 
E. Pope. ... 



12 

12 

C 

12 

6 

6 
1&2 

6 

3 

12 

C 

12 

12 

2 

12 
3 
G 
6 

12 

6 
(i 
as req. 
4 
C 

13-19- 

18 
12 
as req. 



1250 yds 
9i&4 

■ m 

214 
2i 

i 
6 

5 
5 

200 yds. 



6 
24 

6-3 
1 

6&3 

18 

6 

13 

1 

1 

18 

12 



Period. 



6 mos. to Dec. 31, '0.5. . 

Part of Seasons, 1905-06, 
12 months 



(from Mch. 1,'(I6)! 



17 days (to June 
17, ''06 .... 
do 



do 
(to Dec. 31, '05) 



(from Jime 1, '06) 



Part of seasons 1905 & '06 

12 months 

Part of seasons 190,5 & '06 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 „ 



12 M 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 

Special trip 

7 months (to June 31, '06) 

5 „ (from Feb. 1, '06) 
12 months 



12 

12 M 

12 „ .- 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 



12 months 
12 „ . . 
12 ., . . . 
12 n .. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

30 00 

30 00 

40 00 

282 64 

200 00 

5(; 00 

160 00 
100 00 

16 66 

90 00 

20 00 

55 50 
145 20 

100 00 
62 50 

25 00 

89 48 

475 00 

100 00 

1 67 

110 00 
224 00 

172 70 

500 00 

22 00 

300 00 

144 00 

1.50 00 

500 00 

1 00 

92 00 

25 00 
120 00 

293 48 
500 00 

315 00 
180 50 

31 30 
109 50 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

68 00 



B-56 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Lotbiniere and Paradis 

Lotbiniere and Riviere Bois Clair 
do do 

Lotbiniere and Ste. Croix 

Lourdes and Plessisville 

do 

Lourdes du Blanc Sablon and Nat 

ashquan 

Lourdes du Blanc Sablon and Sab 



Lower Ireland and Thetford Mines 



Manseau and Railway Station 

Marcil and St. (Jodfroi 

do do 

Matane and Railway Station 

do do .... 

JVlatane and Ste.. Anne des Monts. . 
do do 

Matane and Ste. Felicite 

do do 

Matane and St. Luc de Matane .... 

Matapedia and Railway Station. . . 

Matapedia and Runnyinede 

Mercier and Notre Dame du Rosaire 

Metabecliouan and Railway Station 

Metabechouan and St. Hilaire du 
Lac St. Jean 

Methots Mills and S^e. Agathe de 
Lotbiniere 

Miguasha and St. Jean I'Evangeliste 

Miguasha West and St. Jean I'Ev- 
angeliste 

Miguick and Miguick Railway Stn. 

Millstream and Railway Station. . . 

Mistassini and Normandin 

Mistassini and Peribonca 

Moisic and Pointe de,s Monts 

Montague Ronde and Tring Junc- 
tion. 

Montauban and Railway Station. . 
do do .... 

Mont Carrnel and Railway Station . 

Montinagny and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Montmagny and Rocher de la Cha- 
pelle 

Morigeau and St. Francois de 
Montmagny Railway Station . . . 

Moulin Desbiens and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Moulin Dubois and Main Post Road 

Moulin Fontaine and Weedon Sta- 
tion 

Moulin Fontaine and Weedon Sta- 
tion ... 

Moulin Migneault and Railway 
Station 

Moulin Tetu and St. Agapit 



A. Belanger. 
P. Belanger. 

do 
M. Laliberte. 
J. A. Breton 
T. Bouchard. 

J. Hebert . . 



J. V. LeGresley 
J. Bullard ". 



I. H. Laferte . . . 
A. (irenier.. 
L. Huard. . 
Z. Pelletier. 
T. Gagne. 
J. Bonneau. 

A. Perreault 

B. Preiuont. 
L. Turcotte. 
F. Imbeau . . 
E. Doiron. . 
J. Lawlor . . 
P. Morin . . . 
E. Singelais 

A. Michaud 



A. Payeur. . 
A. Labellois 



M. Norton 

J. Boiselle 

J. F. McDonald 

D. Sa\ ard 

J. (iirard. . 

L. Pelletier 



E. Lagueux. 
P. Fortin . . 
J. Rous.selle 
A. Langelier 
A. (Jamache 
W. Gamache 



J. C. Le Brien . 

O. Tremblay .. 



M. Boivin . . . 
F. Simoneau . . 



J. R. Fontaine. 

Fr. Gagnon. . . 

O. Mignault . . . 
J. Gosselin . . , . 




2f 
(! 
8 
14 
Oh 

H 

3&4 

3 
12h 



500 ft. 

.5i 

5i 

32 
32 

57 

57 

9 

fl 

7 

200 yds. 

12 

6 



134 



4 

10 yds. 

30 ft. 

20 

20 

130 

5 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 

3 

2 

200 yds. 
1 



75 yds, 
3 



12 
3 
3 
G 
C 
3 

3 
3 
3 

12 
1 
6 

12 



6 
1 

1 
(i 
fi 
3 

2 
9 

2 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

3 

12 

(i 
(i 

3 

3 

(i 





8 months (to Feb. 28, '06) 

6 „ (to Dec. 31, '05) 

6 n from M 
12 

9 

3 



(to March 31, '06) 
from 1. 

Season 1905 '06. 



(to March 31, '06) 

from M 

(to March 31, '06) 

from n 

(to March 31, '06) 

from n 

(to Aug. 31, 05). 

from II 



Season 1905-'06.. 

(from Mch. 1,'06) 
(to Oct. 31. '05) . 
from II 



(to Feb. 28, '06). 
from II 



S cts. 



41 66 
99 00 

121 00 
375 00 

122 70 
38 50 

400 00 

12 48 
99 84 



20 00 
50 25 
14 25 
441 75 
162 50 
583 50 
224 50 

14 16 
70 84 
78 00 

120 00 

83 20 

158 00 

107 82 

120 00 

178 00 
60 00 

30 00 

15 00 
30 00 

275 00 
160 00 
750 00 

13 33 

16 33 
32 66 

136 00 
72 00 
70 00 

50 00 

80 00 

31 28 
25 00 

56 07 

28 33 

25 00 
98 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B 57 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

(fee. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



Mount Murray and Murray Bay. . . |0. Duchene 
Mulock and Mail Catching Post.. . . E. LeRoy- 
Murray Bay and St. Agnes de Char- 
levoix 

Murray Bay and St. Simeon . 

^Murray Bay and Wliarf 



J. fxaudreault. 
F. Treniblay . . 
L. Trudel. , . . 



New Armagh and St. Sylvestei' 
West 

New Armagh and St. Sylvester 
West 

Newbois and Scott Junction 

New Liverpool and St. Romuald 
d'Etchemin 

Newport Pomt and Paspebiac 

do do 



Newport Point and Perce 

New Richmond and New Richmond 

Centre , 

Nicolet and Railway Station 

Nicolet and St. Cregoire 

Normandin and St. Felicien 

North Ham and Vtzina Corner . . . 
North Wolfstown and Wolfstown. . 
Notre Damf de Rimouski and Rail- 

wa}' Station 

Notre Dame du Lac and Railway 

Station 

Notre Dame du Lac and St. Eusebe 

de Cabano 

Notre Dame du Lac and St. Eusebe 

de Cabano 

Notre Dame du Portage and Rail- 
way Station 

Notre Dame du Portage and St. 

Patrick 



N. McKee .. 

J. Machell, jr. 
P. Delage. . . 



G. Cadorette 
G. Almond.. . 
A. Grenier. . . 



A. Langloi.s. 



OTarrell and St. MaJachie 

Old Lake Road and Railway Sta- 
tion. 

Ouiatchouan and Railway Station . 



Panet and St. Magloire 

do do 

Pearl Lake and Railway Station . . . 
Pelletier's Mills and Railway Stn. . 
PenticD.st River and Pointe au.x 

Anglais. . . ... 

Perthius and Railway Station 

Petite Madeleine and Ste. Anne 

des Monts 

Petit Saguenay and St. Stanislas 

de Chicoutimi 

Petit Village and St. Ephrem de 

Tring 

Pintendre and St. Henri' Station . . . 



W. McColne 
P. Houle. ... 

J. Page 

T. Larouche. . 
L. Juneau . . , 
D. Larkin . . . 



A. Parent . . . 
E. Cloutier.. 
J. St. Pierre. 

do 
E. Michaud. . 
O. Pelletier. . 



P. O'Farrell 



A. Belanger. 
P. Desbiens. 



J. Bilodeau . . . 

do 
.J. Laflamme . . 
J. H. Pelletier 



N. Dugas. . . 
C. J. Godin. . 



A. Servant . . . 

•J. de Gagne . . 

W. Pomerleau 
J. Carrier. . . . 



o m 

C3.':: 

a 



5 
60 ft. 

9 

20 

3 



4 
11* 

2 
34 
3 J 



34 



8 

21 

8 

3 



H 



9 

9 
100 yds 

! '4 



500 yds. 
50 
C 



2i 

2 



■l. CD 

6 o- 



Period. 



14 I Part of .seasons 1905 & '06 
6 12 months 



6 il2 „ 

6 |12 

as req. Part of seasons 1905 & '06 



9 mos. (to iMar. 31, '06). 
3 11 from II 



3 „ (to Sept. 30, '05) 
9 M from II 

(less fines) .... 
12 months, (less fines). . . 



12 12 

12 12 

2 5 

3 7 
6 12 



(») Nov. 30, '05) 
from II 
(extra trips). . . . 



Fait of seasons 1905 & '0(i 



3 |12 months 



6 12 
6 12 



12 



(to Oct. 31, '05). 

from II 

(to Nov. 30, '05). 



as req. Part of season 1905 & 1906 
12 12 months 



2 12 
1 112 



3 12 
12 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

98 20 
15 00 

234 00 
369 00 
453 60 



48 75 

13 00 
300 00 

135 00 

870 00 

1,489 75 
1,979 75 

75 00 

73 00 
96 

494 00 

74 00 
55 00 

75 00 
172 00 

43 32 

00 00 

193 25 

33 20 

75 00 

60 00 
62 60 

15 00 

83 33 

6 25 

170 00 

58 55 
50 00 

775 00 

52 00 

70 00 
92 00 



B-58 



P08T OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Nanie of Route. 



Plessisville, Letter Box and Rail 

way Station 

do do . . 

Plessisville and St. Ferdinand.. . . . . 

Plessisville and St. Pierre Baptiste 
Point a la Garde and Railway Stn. 
Pointe aux Orig-naux and t^uai St 

Denis ... 

Pointe aux Orignaux and Riviere 

Quelle 

Pointe aux Trembles and Point aux 

Trembles Quest 

Pointe aux Trembles and Belair 

Railway Station 

Point Bleue and Roberval 

Pont de la Noreau and Portneuf 

Station 



J. Fourigny 

F. Boul^ 

T. Huard 

0. Boulang:er . . , 
Mrs. J. G. Fair 



L. Beaulieu . . . 
A. Michaud . . 
A. Morissette. 



do 



do 



Pont R(juge and Railway Station . . 
Portneuf and Railway Station . ... 

do do 
Precieux Sang and Beausejour Rail- 
way Station 

Price and St. Octave Station 

Providence and St. Victor de Tring 

Quai de Rimouski and Rimouski. . 
(Quebec Branch Post Offices and 

Street Letter Boxes 

Quebec Immigration Letter Box.. , 
Quebec Letter Carriers' Service. . . . 

Quebec, Mingan and Island of 
Anticosti. ... 

Quebec Railway Stations and 
Wharves 

Quebec and Ste. Foye 

do do 

Quebec, St. Jean d'Orleans and 
St. Fiancois d'Orleans 

Quebec and Sillery 

Quebec and Stoneham 



Radnor Forges and Railway Stn. . 
Rang Mathias and Railway Stn. . . 
Rang St. Achille and St. Ifbalde . 
Ravignon and Ste Rose de Wattord 
Reid's Station and Railway Station 
Richmond and Railway Station. . . 

Rimouski and Railway Station . . , 

Rimouski and Ste. Blandine 

River Gilbert and St. Benjamin. . 
Riviere a I'Ours and R'y. Crossing.. 
Riviere a Pierre and Railway Stn 
Riviere au Dore and St. Felicien. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



H. Beland 

W.Connolly.., 

E. Marcotte . , 

A. Gauthier . . , 



E. Godin. 
S. Briere. 
do 



O. Prince. . . . 
H. Deschene. 
R. Plante. . . 



P. Fournier . . 

E. Savard 

J. Dery 

Quebec Ry. Light 
ct Power Co 

Holliday Bros 

A. Gagne 

J. Drolet, .. 
J. Trudel 

E. Chabot . . 
M. J. Aubin . 
W. Craig 

J. J. Drummond 
G. Harvey. . . . 
A. Germain. . . 
T. Bedard .... 
W. Bellemare. 
S. Cross 

P. Fournier. . . 
C. Martin . . . 
C Perras . ... 
L. P. Godin.., 
J. Perron. ... 
A. Eraser 



Q 



15i 
15J 



4 

5 

3 

lOi 
o 

2 

2 



363 

a 

4 

Hi 

410 

97 
5 
5 

21 
6 
17 

1 

200 ft' 
5 

Sh 

200 ft: 

i 



9 

Hi 

4 

i 
12 



H^ 



o a 



Period. 



12&6 
12&0 
6 
6 
G 

6 

12 &G 



9 mos. (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 II from M 

12 „ 

12 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, '06). 



Part of season 1905 
12 months 



3 I 2 

asreq.il2 

12 112 

6 jl2 

6 |l2 

12 1 12 

3 12 



6 il2 



and 19 days (to 
April 19, '06).. 

and 11 days (from 
April 19, '06) . . 



31 [12 „ 

as req. [Part of seasons '05 & '06. 



as req. 



12 months. 



3times Part of sea.son 1906 
rathly 



as req. 
6 
6 

6-3 
12 



12 months 

3 „ (to Sept. 30, '05) 
9 n from M 



12 
12 

2 :12 



24 12 „ . 
12 1 12 months. 
3 12 



12 



12 jl2 
6 6 

as req. [12 
4 12 
6 12 
2 il2 

18&20 12 
2 12 



and 22 dys. (from 
July 10, '05) 



Amount. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-59 



APPENDIX B~Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Riviere aux Pins and St. Gabriel 
Railway Station 

Riviere Blanche, Portiieuf and St. 
Alban 

Riviere du Loup (en has) Letter 
Box and Railway Station 

Riviere du Lou]) (en bas) anci Rail- 
way Station 

Riviere du Loup (en bas) and Wharf 

Riviere Makinac and St. Joseph de 
Makinac 

Riviere Noire .and Railway Station. 

Riviere Ouelle and Railway Station 

Riviere Ouelle Wharf and Ry. Stn, 

Riviere Ste. Marguerite and Ta- 
dou-ac 

Riviere Sauvage and Mail Catching 
Post 

Riviere Trois Pistoles and Ry. Stn., 

Robertson Station and Railway Stn 

Robertson Station and Sacre Cceur 
de Marie 

Roberval and Railway Station 

Roberval and Roberval Ouest 

Roberval and St. Felicien 

Roberval Hotel and Railway Stn . . 
do do 

Rousseau's Mills and Rousseau's 
Mills Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



M. Hayes 
J. Perron. 



M. L. G. Mar- 
chand 



F. Meunier. 
M. L. T. Piuze 



L. Hamel. . . 

F. Boisvert. 
■S. LeBru.i. . 
D. (Juy 



P. He 



J. Cormier. 
C. Morency. 
A. Talbot . . 



St. Ado]i>he de Champlain and Ste. 

Thecle Station 

St. Adolphe de Dudswell Railway 

Station, ^[arbleton and South 

Ham 

St. Adolphe de Dudswell and Mar- 

bleton Railway Station 

St. Adrien and Station 

St. Agapit and Railway Station.. . . 
St. Agapit and St. Sylvester East. . 
St. Agapit Stn. and Railway Stn . 
Ste. Agathe de Lotblniere and Ste. 

Agathe East 

Ste. Agathe de Lotbiniere and Ste. 

A gathe East 

St. Alban and Railway Station. . . 
St. Alexandre de Kamouraska and 

Railway Station 

St. Alex.indre de Kamouraska and 

St. Eleuthere. , 

St. Anaclet and Railway Station. . . 
St. Andre de Kamouraska and 

Railway Station 

St. Andre Station and Railway Stn. 
Ste. Angele de Laval and Railway 

Station 

St. Angele de Rimouski and St. 

Joseph de Lepage . . ', 



J. Bilodeau, 
J. Bolduc. . 
F. Chiasson, 
A. Cote .... 
H. G. Beemer 
H. B. Locke 

E. Vallee... 



N. Trepanier. 



J. Frelson . 



Ouellette 

Dubois 

Olivier 

Vaillancourt. 
Olivier 



F. Donovan. 



Boulanger. 

Allard . . , . 



R. Ouellet 



Blier.... 
Banville . 



Michaud . 
Albert.... 



Coulombe . . . 
Leveque. . . 



' is 

.IS 

G 


o t. 


9 


2 


4 


3 


-i 


as req. 


.1 


12 


3 


as req. 


8 
17iyds. 
.5 


fthlv. 
12 
12 
12 


21 


3 


/"lO yds. 


6 
12 
12 


3 


6 


J 
7 
19 

200 yds. 

200 yds. 


as req. 
2 
6 

as req. 

as req. 


30 yds. 


3&6 


8 


G 


14i 


12 & 6 


13J 

20 
600 ft. 


12 
4 

12 
6 
G 


H 


3 


7" 


3 
12 


i 


18 


24 
1ft 


2 
12 


5 


12 
G 


i 


12 


(>'i 


G 




12 months. 
12 „ ... 



12 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 1905, 190Gi 

9 mos. (to Mar. 31, '06) 

12 „ 

12 n 1 

1 



(from June 1, 'OG) 



12 

12 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 

12 „ 

Part of .season 190.5 . 
I'art of season 1906 . 



12 months. 



12 



(to Jan. 31, '06) 
from II 



(to Sei)t. 30, '05) 
from II 




•S cts . 

124 GO 
GO 00 

800 00 

12.5 00 
143 90 

30 00 

30 00 

300 00 

83 

200 OO 

15 00 
29 00 
40 "0 

110 00 

200 00 

80 00 

450 00 
G G7 
1 75 

10 OO 



240 00 



552 00 

52 07 
287 32 

48 00 

490 00 

' 30 00 

18 75 

56 25 
300 00 

GO 00 

240 00 

110 oa 

2G9 00 
2 91 

48 00 

250 00 



B-60 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



o — 



Period. 



St. Anne de la Parade and Railway 

Station 

St. .4nne de la Perade and Railway 
Station 

St. Anne de la Perade and St. 
Prosper 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere and 
Railwaj' Station 

St. Apollinede Patton and St. Paul 
du iJuton 

St. Anselme and St. Anselme Rail- 
way Station 

St. Antoine Lotbiniere and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Antonin Railway Station and 
_ Old LakeRo.ad 

St. Arsene and Railway Station .. . . 
do do . . 

St. Arsene and Viger 

do 

St. Aubert and Railway Station.. . . 

St. Aubert anJ St. Pamphil^, . . , 

St. Bazile, Portneuf and Railway 
Station 

St. Bazile Station and Railway Stn. 

St. Benoit Labre and Railway Stn. 

Ste. Brigette des Saults and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Bruno de Kamouraska and St. 
Pascal 

St. Bruno, Lac St. Jean and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Caniille and Sherbrooke 

do do 

St. Caniille de Bellecliasse and St. 
Magloire 

St. Camille de Bellechasse and St. 
Magloire 

St. Casimir and Railway Station. . . 

St. Casimir and St. Tliuribe 

do do 

St. Casimir and St. Ubalde 

St. Catherine and Railway .Station. 

St. Catherine Station and Railway 
Station 

St. Celestin and Railway Station. . , 

St. Charles de Bellechase and Rail- 
way Station 

Ste Claire and St. Anseline Station 

Ste Claire and St. Malachie 

St. Claude and St. Cyr 

St. Clement and St. Eloi 

St. Clothilde and Victoriaville 

St. Croix and Laurier Ry. Station., 
do du 

St. Cyr and Railway Station 

St. Cvinlle de I'lslet and St. Marcel 
de L'Islet 

St. Damase de Rimouski and St. 
Moise Station 



H. Pi card.... 

do 

F. X. Cossette. 
C. Ouellet . .. 



.T. Bernier. 



L. V. Bernier. , 
P. R. Breton. , 



N. Thibault, 
A. Dumont. 
T. Labrie. , 
A. Dumont. 
T. Labne. . 
P. St. Pierre 
E. Tremblay 



F. Paquet. 
C. Leclerc 

G. Busque. 



O. Lampron. . . 
0. Bonenfant. . 



•J. Tremblay. 
J. B. Sinotte. 
J. C6te 



F. P. Lamontagne 

T. Morin. .. 
A. Hourassa . . 
A. Paquet 
TJ. Gendron. . 
T. Traud . . . 
•J. Henchey. . . 



do 

E. Arseneau . . . 

J. Lapointe. . . . 
N. Langlois . . 
.\. Turgeon. . . . 

F. Gagnon 

L. Roy 

J. Poisson 

O. Eraser 

E. Eraser. 

S. St. Pierre... 



E. Belanger. . 
H. Levesque 



h 


12 


3 mos 


h 


18 


9 „ 


7 


C 


12 „ 


1 


as req. 


12 „ 


12 


2 


12 „ 


1 


18 


12 „ 


8A 


f. 


12 M 


4.^ 


6 


12 „ 


500 vds . 


12 


9 „ 


500 yds. 


12 


3 „ 


( 


•6 


9 „ 


7 


6 


3 „ 


n 


18 


12 „ 


31 


3 


12 „ 


2i 


12 


12 M 


250 yds . 


6 


12 M 


6 


6 


12 n 


4i 


C 


12 „ 


7 


C 


12 n 


200 ft. 


5 


12 .. 


2G 


1 


3 u 


26 


1 


9 n 


8 


3 


G ., 


8 


3 


6 ., 


4i 


18 


12 u 


4i 


6 


9 n 


44 


6 


3 ., 


11 


fi 


12 „ 


1 


fi 


12 ., 


20 yds 


12 


12 ., 


li 


G 


11 ., 


1 


(i 


12 „ 


5 


6 


12 „ 


10 


G 


12 „ 


5 


4 


12 M 


12 


6 


12 ,. 


18 


6 


12 „ 


8i 


G 


9 „ 


8i 


6 


3 u 


300 yds 


12 


12 M 


15 


3 


12 „ 


7 


G 


9 n 



Amount. 



(to Sept. 30,' 05). 
from I. 



(to March 31, 'OG) 
from II 

(to March 31, '06) 
from n 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from 11 

(to Dec. 31, 'o5). 

from 11 

1 

(to Mar. 31, 'OG).; 
from 11 11 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG). 

from 11 11 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 



B-61 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



St. Damase de Riinouski and St. 
Moise Station 

St. Damien de Buckl.and and St. 
Lazare de Bellechasse 

St. Denis de la Bouteillerie and St. 
Philippe Railway Station 

St. Donat and St. Gabriel de Ri- 
moiiski 

St. Donat and Ste.Luce Station . . . 

St. Elizabeth de Warwick and War 
wick 

St. Eloi and Railway Stati<'n .. . . 
do do 

St. Elzear de Beauoe and St. Marie 
Beauce 

St. Ephreni Tring and Railway Sta- 
tion . 

St. Evariste de Forsyth and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Evariste de Forsyth and St. 
Hilaire de Dorset 

St. Fabien and Railway Station . . . 

Ste Flavie, Ste Flavie Station and 
Railway Station ... 

St. Flavie Station and St. Joseph 
de Lepage 

St. Flavie and Laurier Ry. Station 
St. Florence and Beaurivage Railway 

Station 

St. Flore Station and Ry. Station. . 
St. Francois de Madawaska and 

Railway .Station 

Ste. Fran^oise and Trois Pistoles. . . 
St. Francois de Montniagny and 

Railway Station 

St. Frangois Xavier de Viger and 

Viger 

do do . . 

St. Frederic and Tring Junction 

Railway Station 

St. Gabriel Station and Railway 

Station 



do 



do 



St. Gedeon and Railway Station . . . 
Ste. Genevieve de Batiscan and 

Railway Station 

St. Genevieve de Batiscan and St. 

Stanislas de Chauiplain 

do do . . 

St. George East and St. Prosper de 

Dorchester 

St. Germain de Kaniouraska, Des- 

saint Railway Station and Pointe 

Seche 

St. Gertrude and St. Joseph de Nico- 

let 

St. Gervais and Railway Station. . . 



Paquet . . . 

Larochelle. 

Paradis 

Cloutier 

Demers. . . . 



L. Belanger 
Langelier . . 
Rioux 



Roiileau . 
A. Hamel 
Blais 



Begin . 
Cote .. 



Levesque. . 
Gagne 



F. Desrochers. . 



J. A. Thibault.. 
M. Marcouillier. 



N. St. Pierre. 
M. Berube.. . . 



A. Jean. 



Ton tan t.. 

Simard .. . 

Paquette . 

Rivard . . . 
Dery 



J. Rodrique 



J. Potvin. 



Lavigne. 
Catellier . 



O 09 



J. Martin I 

J. B. Chouinard 

W. Baillargeon.. 

J. C. O'Donnell. 



7 • 

9 

U 

9 

64 

7 
3 
3 

3 

3 
2 

^ 
1 

3 

H 

2A 

50 yds 
1.50 yds 

7i 



1 

4 

8 
8 

n 

2i 
5i 



18 

6 
() 

G 

6 


(J 

12 

12 

1 
12 

6-24 

6 

r> 

(J 

12 

12 
6 

18 

4 
4 



Period. 



asreq. 

12 

6 
6 



12 &C 



3 mos. 

12 

12 

12 
12 

12 
5 

7 

12 

12 

12 

12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 
12 

12 
12 

12 

9 
3 

12 

2 

9 
12 
12 

4 

8 

12 

12 

12 
12 



from Mar. 31, '06 



(to Nov. 30, UO). 
from M " 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



and 26 days (to 
Seijt. 26, ''05) . 

and 4 days (from 
Sept. 26, '05) . . 



(to Oct. 1, '05) 
from Ti 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

40 00 

150 OO 

217 48 

250 00 
170 00 

139 99 
30 83 
43 16 

140 00. 
23 96 

130 00 

45 OO' 
60 00 



261 70 


50 00 


95 00 


49 00 

20 00 


PO 00 
173 00 


120 00 


66 75 
31 25 



175 00 



23 92 

76 08 
140 OO 

95 00 

01 25 

80 00 

299 GO 



90 00 

38 00 
100 00 



B-62 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



car: 
.IS 

a 



St. Gervais and St. Lazare de Belle- 
chasse 

St. Gilbert and Desohambault Rail- 
way Stsitioii !H. 

Ste. Helena de Chester and St. Nor- 
bert d'Artliabaska B. 

Ste. Helena de Kamouraska and 
Railway Station iG. 

Ste. Henedine and Railway Station J. 

St. Henii de Levis and Railway 
Station F, 

St. Henri de Levis and St. Lambert 
de Levis 

St. Henri Station and Railway Stn. 

St. Irenee and St. Irenee les Bain? 
and Wliarf 



St. Irenee les Bains and Wliarf. . . . 

St. Isidore de Dorchester and Rail- 
way Station ....'. 

St. Jacques and R'lilwn.y Station. . . 

St. .lean Chiysostome and St. Rom- 
uald d'Etcheniin .... 

St. Jean de Dieu and Trois Pistoles 

St. Jean Port Joli and Railway 
Station. 

St. .roacliim de Montmorency and 
St. Tite des Cajis 

St. Joseph d'Ahna and Ry. Station 

S. Jo.se|)h de Beauce and Ry. Statn 

St. Leandre and Tessierville 

St. Leonaid d 'Aston and Ry. Statn 

St. Leonard dePortneuf and Ry.Stn 

St. Louis de Ha Ha Ry. Statn. and 
St. Louis Church 

Ste. Loui.se and Railway Station. . . 

Ste. Luce and Railway .Station . . . 

St. Ledger and St. Samuel Ry. Stn. 

St. Magloire and St. Philomon . . . 

St. Malachie and St. Nazaire de 
Buckland 

St. Malachie and Standon 

Ste, Marie Beauce and Ry. Station 

St. Marie de Blan d ford and Ry. Stn. 

St. Mathieu and St. Simon Ry. Stn. 

St. Maurice and Railway Station. , 

St. Ma.xime and Scott Junction .. . . 

St. Michel de Bellechasse and Rail- 
way Station . . 

St. Modeste and St. Modeste Rail- 
way Station 

St. Moise and Railway Station . . . 

St. Moise Station and Ry. Station. 

St. Monique de Nicolet and Railway 
Station 

St. Narcisse and Railway Station. . 

St. Neree and St. Raphael, Est .... 
do do 

St. Nicolas and Railway Station. . . 

St. Nicolas and St. Nicolas, East . . 



Blouin . . . 

Paquin ... . 

Poisson ... 

Carol!.. . 
Corriveau . . 

H. Ferland 

A. Bourget 

Vallieres . . 



G. (iirard 



H. Guay. . . 
J. A. Charest. 



J. Carrier. 
A. Morency 



J. Pelletier. 



F. Filion.. . 
J. Tremblav 
T. Nolet,. '. 
J. Berube. . 
J. Hebert . 
L. Lesage . . . 
Temiscouta Ry 

Co ■ ; . • 
A. Chretien 
S. Ti-emblay 
E. Beaudoin 
J. Goulet. . . 



A. Pelchat . . . 
J. Laflainme . 
J. Gregoire. . . 

E. Boudreault 
A. Thiberge. . 

F. Thibaudeau 
F. Morin. . . 

J. Martineau . . 

M. Beaulieu . . . 
C. St. Amand . 
J. Michaud . . . 

N. Provencher. 
F. Nobert . . 

L. Fortier 

A. Roy 

M. Canier . . . . 
A. Planto 



5 

i 

i 

1 

■2 

10 



f) 

"i 

3 
13 



(iOO yd.s. 

14 

i&A 
u 

2" 
171 

n 



13 

4 
3 
1 
U 



2i 
14 yds. 

2| 
3i 
0" 
6 

4i 
24 



.J- « 



o — 



18 
as req. 

as rei). 

f. 
12 

12 

as req. 

12 

6 
12 


6 

18 


7 
as req. 
2 
12 
7 

12&6 

18 

12 

C 

G 

3 
fi 

24 

G 

12 
G 

12 

C 

6 

12 

12 
12 
G 
6 
G 
3 



Period. 



12 months 
12 



Part of seasons 1905-06 . 
Part of season 1905 . . . . 



12 months 

12 „ .. 



Amount 



(to Deo. 31, '05) 
from II 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— QUEBEC DIVISION 



B-63 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



St. Noibert d'Arthabaska and Stan- 
fold 

St. Onezime and Railway Station. . 

St. Pacome and Railway Station. . . 

St. Pa&cal and Railway Station .... 

St. Patrick and Railway Station. . . 

St. Paul du Beeton and St. Piei-re 
Montmagny 

St. Paul du Buton an.t St. Paul 
Est 



St. Piene les Bectjuets and Ste. 
Sopiiie de Lusard 

St. Pi.n-ie Montmatrny and Railway 
Station - 

.St. Rajjhaol Kst and St. Valier Stn. 

St. Raymond and Railway Station . 

St. Remi de Tingwick and War- 
wick 

St. Roch de Quebec and Stadacona. 

St. Romuald d'Etchemin and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Rosaire and "Railway Station. . . 

St. Rose de Watford, S. Post Road 
and Lac au Vase 

St. Rose du Degele and Railway 
Station 

St. Sanuiel de Horton and Railway 
Station . . 

.St. Samuel Station And Railway 
Station 

.St. Sauveur de Quebec and Sans 
Bruit 

St. Sebastien de Beauce and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Sebastien Station and Railway 
Station 

St. Severin de Beaurivage and Tring 

Junction Station 

do do .... 

St. Simeon and Tadousac 

do do 

St. Simon de Riinouski and Railway 
Station 

St. Sylvere and Davelneyville 

St. Thecle and Railway Station. . . 

St. Tite and Railway Station. . . . 

St. Valerede Bulstrodeand Riviere 
Noire Railway Station 

St. Valier and Railway Station. ... 

St. Victor de Tiing and Railway 
Station j 

St. Wenceslas and Aston Railway 
Station 

Sayabec and Railway St ition . . 

Scott .Junction and Railway Station 

South Dudswfll and Westhury Rail- 
way Station 

South Ham and Weedon Railway 
Station 

South Quebec and Railway Station. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



E. Juneau 

M. S, Pelletier.. 
J. Chamberland. 

N. Bernier 

J. LeBel 



F. Cote 

A. Boultt . . . 

T. J. Demers. 

E. .\dam 

A. Labrecque. 
T. D. Beaupre 

E. Peloquin . . 

F. Cliche 



J. B. Lambert 
L. Beaudoin. . 



J. L.LamontaguK 
A. Soucy .... 
D. Bergeron. 
J. Rodrique. . 
L. Guignard. 
S. Boutin . . . 
P. Marceau. . 



F. Vachon.. 
H. Lachance. 
F. Foster. . . 
D. Savard. . . 



C. Gauvin, . . 
W. Faucher . 
L. Grenier . 
F. X. Cossette 

N. Dureault.. 
E. Chabot . . . 



R. Plante 



T. Frechette. 
L. Joubert . . 
G. Garon . . . 



O. Lepitre. 

J. Camire . 
P. Bernier, 



o 
5 

U 
20U ft. 
4 

17 



18 

7 



13i 
li 

1 

5 

6 

7 

200 yds. 

1 

3 

150 yds. 

-5i 

5| 

254 

2.-)| 

1 
6&192 y. 
1 



3 

n 

24 

i 






o & 





2 



18 
12 

2.3 

6 
G 

as req. 
6 

C 

12 

6 

G 

12 

12 

12 

6 

G 

4-3 

4-3 

12 

G 
12 
12 


12 

12 

12 
12 

18 



12 &G 
3G 



Period. 



12 months 

12 , 

12 „ 

12 M 

Part of seasons 190.5 & '90 



12 montlis 

1 month (lo July 31, '05) 
12 months . . . 



12 

12 

12 months 
12 



Amount. 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG). 
from n 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



(from Feb. 1, '00)1 



$ cts. 

174 00 

140 00 

142 48 

5(i 34 

82 80 

450 00 

4 10 

220 00 

120 00 
100 00 

103 05 

312 01 
75 Oi) 

198 00 
145 00 

130 00 

GO 00 

218 00 
24 00 
90 00 

104 00 

20 00 

135 00 
45 00 

124 75 
675 00 

50 00 

1.50 00 

80 00 

80 00 

115 00 
100 00 

50 00 

125 00 
75 00 

105 00 

100 00 

101 25 
100 CO 



B-64 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., J\. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec Postal Division, 

ifec. — Conclnded. 



Name of Route. 



StanfoJd and Railway Station . 



Stoneham and Tewkesbury 

Sybil Cove and Steamer Landing. 



Tadousao and Wharf 

Thetford Mines and Railway Stn. 
Thibaudeau and Railway Station . . 
Three Rivers and Valmont 



Tring Junction and Railway Stri . . . 
Trois Pistoles and Railway Station. 

Trois Sammons and Railway Station 



Valcartier and Railway Station 

Van Bruysals and Railway Station . 

Village des Aulnaies and Railway 

Station ■ 

Vincennes and Railway Station 

Walker's Cutting and Railway Stn. 

Warwick and Railway Station 

Weedon Centre and Railway Stn. . . 
Whitworth and Railway Station . . 



Transfer of Mails at Levis 

Transfer of Mails at Richmond 

Repairs to shelter for mail couriers 
on the Bale St. Paul mail route . . 

Total 



Name 

of 

Contractor 



P. L'Heureux. 
N. Lacourse . . 
G. Falardeau. 
A. Lorrain . . 



H. Marquis. . 
V. Hebert. . . 
J. Derochers . 
O. Paquette . 
H. Sigman . . 

E. Lagueux. 
C. Lavoie . . . 
T. Paradis... 

F. Caron . . . 



J. McBain. 
F. Faure . 



J. B. Sirois . . . 
L. Dessureault. 



E. C. Labrecque 

L. Triganne 

L. Giguere 

J. D' Amour. . . . 



A. Ouellet. 
P. Healy. 



C. Simard. 



250 yds. 

250 yds. 

7*- 

350 yds. 



1 

1 

5 

15 

15 

130 yds. 

i 

i 



6 
100 ft. 



44 



188 
200 yds. 

2 
125 yds. 



d P. 



as req, 

12 

6 

6 

6 

24 

24 

24 

6 



18 
6 



Period. 



6 mos. (to Dec. 31, 1905) 
6 If from H 

12 „ 

1 „ (from June 1, '06) 



Part of seasons 1905 & '06 

12 months 

12 „ 

(to 31 Oct. 1905) 
from I, 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from II 



12 

7 

12 
12 

12 

12 

9 

12 

12 
12 




1 and 18 days from 
Nov. 13, 1905. 


i (toMar.'3l',i906) 







Amount. 



$ cts. 

18 00 

18 00 

65 00 

08 



107 55 

100 00 

124 00 

98 12 

216 66 

30 00 

19 75 

90 00 

80 00 



185 00 

63 

234 00 
98 48 



32 00 

18 00 

112 50 

20 00 



540 00 
285 00 



92 10 



100,699 13 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-65 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



MONTREAL POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all paj^ments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, made 
within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name ol Route. 



Abbotsfovci and Pauline J. P. Rocheleau. 

Ahbotsford and Railway Station... -P. St. Pierre. 
Abenakis Sprinf{s and St. Francois 

du Lac Railway Station B. Cartier . 

Abenakis Springs and St. Francois 

du Lac Railway Station R. G. Kimpton 

Abercorn and East Pinnacle G. H. Armstrong 

do do M. P. (xaler. . . . 

Abercorn and Railway Station .... M. L. Jeune 
Acton Vale and G.T. and C.P Rail 

way Station E. Haineault 

Acton Vale and St. Theodore J. Bousquet 

Adamsville and Railway Station. . . D. Larivee. 

Ahuntsic and Pont Viau A. Primeau. 

Aird, Clarenceville and Miranda. . , M. J. Burwort. 
Allan's Corners and Railway Station P. Barr 

Alva and Sutton H. (i. Bates. 

Andei.son's Corner and Dewittville. J. Boyd 
Ange Gardien and Railway Station R. Beaudry. 
Aneeline and St. Alphonse de! 

Grantham IE. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Arundel and Crystal Falls. 
Arundel and Railway Station. . 
Arundel and Rouf^e Valley. . . . 
Arundel Station and Mail Car. 

do do 

Ascot Corner and Railway Station . 



.\scot Corner and Westbury iS. 



Athelston and Railway Station. 

Avoca and Point au Chien 

Ayer's Cliff and Kingscrof t 

Ayer's Clift' and Railway Station 
do do 

do do 

do do 



Bale d'Urfe and Railway Station . . 

Baldwin's Mills and Corliss 

Bas de Ste. Rose and Ste. Rose. . . . 
Bas du Sault and Sault au Recollet 

Bayonne and St. Elizabeth 

Beaconsfield and Railway Station. , 

Beauliarnois and Melocheville 

Beauharnois and Railway Station. 

Beauharnois and St. Etienne. 

Beaurepaire and Railway Station. 

Beaver and Railway Station. .... 

do do • 



E. Forgues 

Riddle 

. Thomson . 
Beauchamp. 

L. Cote 

Deschamps . 
L. Darche.. . 
E. Lothrop. . 
Saunders . . . 
McPhee.... 
Frappier . . . 
S. Worthen. 

do 
E. Hurd. . . . 
do 



A. Vallee 

W. K. Baldwin. 

F. Gascon 

A. Delorme 

F. X. Joly 

L. Legault 

D. Brunei 

D. Brunei 

P. Tessier 

■J. Legault 

J. R. McCaig... 
P. H. Mcintosh. 






3 

1 

24 
24 
3J 

i 



10° 

1 

3i 
4 



o ^ 



3 

12 

18 

18 
3 
3 

12 
18 

7 
12 
12 

3 
12 

3 

.H 
12 

6 
3 
6 

2 



12 
3 

(i 

3 

3 

18 

12 
12 
18 



12 
6 
2 
3 
6 

12 
6 

24 
6 

12 
6 
6 



Period. 



12 months. 
12 



(to Sept. 30, 'Or,) 

from II 

(to Mar. 31,. '06) 

from It 



(to April 30, '06) 
from II 



(to Sept. 30, '0.5) 
(to Mar. 31, '06) 
(26dysto.Tune26) 



4 days from June 26. . 



Part of season 1905-06 . . 

12 months 

12 ,1 

12 I, 

12 M 

12 M 

n'i," '".'.'.' '.'.'.'.'.".'.'. 

12 

Season 1905 . . 

3 mos. (to Sept. 30, '05) 
9 II from II 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

68 00 
72 00 

75 00 

225 00 

39 00 
23 50 

80 00 
75 00 

134 16 
89 00 
60 00 

125 00 
80 00 
78 00 

100 00 
38 00 

100 00 

105 00 

■ 93 60 

75 00 

50 00 

10 00 

47 50 

48 00 

40 00 
75 00 

100 00 
22 50 
30 00 
14 34 
00 98 



20 00 

97 .50 

50 00 

65 00 

145 00 

25 00 

140 00 

125 00 

179 00 

.50 00 

7 50 

22 50 



24— b5 



B-66 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Bedford and Mystic 

Beebe Plain and Railway Station. . 

Beith and Trout River Railway 

Station . 

Belisle's Mills and Railway Station. 

Belisle's Mills and Valmorin 

Belleiive and Valleyfield 

BeliKil Station and Railway Station 
Bel(jeil Village and St. HilaireSt'n. 

Beranjer and Dunham 

Bertliier and Berthier .Junction. . . . 

Earthier and Railway .Station 

Berthier and St. Ignace 

Berthier and Sorel 



T. C. Reid 

C. H. McClin 
tock 



Berthier .Junction and Fernetville 

Bethel and Syuth Durham 

Bethany and Ro.xton l^alls 

Birchton and Railway Station. . . 

Bii'chton and Sand Hill 

Bishop's Crossinff and Brooklmry 
Bissomiette and Railway Station. . . 
Blue Bonnets and Railway .Station. 
Bois Blanc and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Bois de Fili(m and Rosemere 

Bolton Forest and Flastinan 

Bolton Glen and Knowlton 

Bon Conseil a Carmel and Carmel 

Station 

Bondville and Foster 

Bord a Plouffe and Bord a PlouflFe 

Quest 

Bordeaux and Railway Station. . . . 

Bordeaux and Ste. Dorothee 

Bordeaux and Sault an Reoollet. . . . 

Botraux and Ormstown 

Boucherville and Railway Station. . 
Boulevard St. Paul and St. Paul. . . 

Boulonge and St. Eugene . 

Bournival and .St. Barnabe 

Bout de risle and Maisonneuve .... 

Boynton and Brown's Hill 

Boynton and Fairfax 

Boynton and Railway Station . . . 

Bown and Robinson 

Brigham and Farnham Centre 

Brigham and Railway Station 

Britannia Mills and Railway Stn.. . 

Britonville and Hazel Land 

Britonville and Morin Flats.. . . 

Brodeur and St. Cesaire 

Brome and Railway Station 

Bronie and Turkey Hill 

Brown Centre and West Brome .... 

Brompton and Bromptonville 

Brom])tonville and Cote St. Joseph. 
Brosseau Station and Railway Stn. 



M. Hamilton. . . 
I. Deschamps. . 
A. Duperreault. 

E. Rapin 

A. D. Goulet.. 

F. Leduc 

S. Cook 

F. X. Piche. . . . 

do 

P. Moreau 

E. Valois 

L. Brissette. . . . 

.1. Mallette 

W. Lancaster . . 
R. Bridgette. . . 
R. E. Labaree. 
J. H. Leonard 
E. Brouillette. . 

M. Dore 

J. F. Doucette. 
E. P. Lafreni^re 
M. Chapleau. . . . 
A. Dingman . . 
M. H. Hunt ... 




C. Boisvert. . 
W. D. Soles, 
O. Lavoie. . . . 



G. Picard 

R. Seers 

D. Picard 

O. Rergevin . . . . 

A. Bemeur 

A. Daoust 

L. Carpentier. . 

M. Grenier 

Montreal Term 

inal Co. 
J. Waite 

D. C. Waite... 

A. R. Hills 

H. C. Brown. . . . 

R. Clark 

.J. Harrison . . . . 

M. Guilbert 

J. Pollock 

.J. Pollock . . . . 
.r. Viens .... 
O. Lachambre . , 
G. Pettes 

E. Devlin 

H. Addison. . . . 
N. Boisvert . . . 
G. Dumontet.. . 



2im. 



7 

1,50 ft. 

34 m. 

18 acres. 

220 yds. 

1 mile. 

4 

24 
3 acres. 
3i m. 
5 

1 
5 

_i 
4 

7i 
1 acre. 
h m. 
100 ft. 
6 acres. 
4 m. 
2 
4 

3h,i 

' 4 

2 

150 yds. 
74 m. 

n 

4i 
133 yds. 
2 m. 

44 
3 

11 6 
5 

4i 

I 

4i 

2" 

J 
60 yds. 

2i 

H 
4 

1 

5' 

5 

4 

5 
10 acres 



6 

12 

6 
12 



30 

12 

2 

1 

24,18 

6 

12 s. 7 
w. 
6 
3 

p 

12 

3 

6 

12 

12 

12 

12 

o 

3 
3 

6, 12 
6 
6 

24 
() 

12 
2 

18 
6 
6 
3 

12 
3 
3 

12 
3 
6 

12 

12 
2 
3 
3 

12 
2 
6 
3 
2 

12 



12 months. 
12 



Period. 



Amount. 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 



12 „ 

12 „ 

Season 1905-OG. 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 I, 

12 I, 



12 

12 

5 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

6 

H 

12 

12 

12 

12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
4 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



from March l-'06 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-67 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Brovvn.sburg and Mount Maple. . . . 
Bulvver and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Burrill's Siding and Railway Stn.. 



Name 

of 

Conti actor. 



•J. Mason . . . 
H. E. Duke . , 
A. W. Wheeler 
C. Burrill. . . , 



Cabane Rondo and Railway Station E. Dube 

Cairnside and Bryson Railway Stn. W. J. Cairn.s . . 
Calumet and Railway Station . . . . E. C. Whinfield. 

Canterbury and Scotstown J. E. Groom . . . . 

Capelton and Eustis M. Barrett 

Capelton and Railway Station B. Galvin 

Cap St. Martin and Village Belanger M. De.spres 

Carillon and Lachute M. Campeau. . . . 

Carillon and Monalea J. Fitagorald . . . 

Carillon and Pointe Fortune O. Desjardins. . . 

Carillon and St. Andrews M. Campeau. . . . 

Carlin'.s Corners and Pine Hill T. Carlin. . 

Cartier and Emard C. Daoust ... 

Cartier and Valleyfield IC. Daoust 

Cascade Pointe and Vaudre\iilRail-! 

way Station jj. Demontigny . 

Caughnawaga and Adirondack Jet. |N. A. Gias.son., 

Caxton and St. Barnabe , . E. Lafrancois. . . 

Cazaville and May Bank jJ. McGibbon . . . 

Cazaville smd White's Station I. Bonneville . . . 

Cedars and Railway Station. . .. jJ.O. Cuillierer. . 

Chambly and Railway Station ,...., A. Barrette 

do do |A. Allard . . , . 

Chambly, Canton and Railway Sm.i P. Ulric 

Chantelle, Rawdonand St.Theodore!E. Rowan 

Charlemagne and Lachenaie !E. Beaupre. . . . 

Charlemagne and Railway Station. O. Seguin . . 
Charrington and East Clifton . . iH. E. Cairns . . . 

Chartierville and La Patrie , E. Ferland 

Chatboro and St. Philippe. 'J. Donaldson. . . 

Chateauguay and Railway Station, j A. Desparois . . . 

Chatillon and St. Zephirin H. Castonguay . 

Cherry River and Magog jJ. Regnier 

Christieville and Railway .Station. . I A. Hammond. . . 
do do . . A. E. Newton.. 

Chute Ste. Ursule and Ste. Ursule. G. Picotte. . . . 

Clairvaux de B. and Railway Stn. . lU. Durocher 

Clarenceville and Railway Station. M. J. Burwort. . 
Clarenceville and Wolf Ridge ... do 

Coaticook and Gosselin's Mills I. Gosselin, . . , 

Coaticook and Ladd's Mills M. -I. Ladd 

Coaticook and North Coaticook .... J. S. Meade .... 
Coaticook and RivardV (Joiners... . -I. B. Lizotte. . . 

Coaticook and Railway Station. . . J. Gahan 

do do ...C.G.Johnson.. 

Coaticook and Rock Island W. A. Channell. 

Coffey's Corners and Carr's Crossing M. W. Leehy. . . 

Coffey's Corner and Ma])lemore. ... do 

Conio and Oka A. Ouellette . . . 

Conio and Railway Station 'F. N. Chipman. 

Compton and Martinville ^C. M. Little . . . 

Compton and Railway Station jR. L. Craig 

Contrecoeur and Railway Station. . .^^L St. Jean 

24— 1351 





I 


.Br-^ 1 


;-. 


<r> 


H 


o 
^ 


n 








o 


CD 


•-A 









31 m. 

30'yds. 

30 yds. 

200 yds. 



10 acres 

2i 

100 yds. 

5 m. 

2i 

550 yds. 

1 m. 

lOi 

2 

1 

2 

3 

2 

5 

54 
14 

3 

i 
i 

i 

3, 14 
4 
1 

4i 
9 

n 

4 



^ 

5 acres. 

44 
12 
2| 

n 
11 

i 
J. 
4 
20 



u 
1 

Im 
(! 

1* 
7 acres 



Period. 



12 months 

9 M (to Mar. 30-'06) 
3 u from n 

12 



6 

6 

24 

2 112 

12 !l2 

24 12 

12 112 

fi 112 

2 12 



11, 6 


12 


5 


^2i 


1 


1? 


2 


12 


2 


12 


() 


12 


6 


12 


2 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


12 


12 


18 





18 


6 


18 


12 


3, (i 


12 


(i 


11 


24 


12 


2 


12 


6 


12 


3 


12 


18 


12 


3 


6 


3 


12 





9 


fi 


3 


3 


12 



(to Dec. 31, '05) . 
from I. 



(from Aug. 1,'05) 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 



(to March 31, '06) 
from u 



12 |12 
12 1 12 

3 |12 

6 112 

3 12 
12 12 

12 
12 ! 9 
12 3 

6 12 

- . , 'Special service for month 
1 of December, '05 

6 !l2 months 

6 ^Seasons 1905-'06 

12 1 12 months 

6 I12 

6 ;i2 n 

18 1 12 „ 



(to March 31, '06) 
from 11 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

52 00 
27 00 
12 50 
10 00 



50 00 


95 00 


60 00 


80 00 


153 00 


80 00 


25 00 


300 00 


36 00 


198 00 


75 00 


39 00 


25 00 


52 00 


180 84 


70 00 


75 00 


60 00 


124 96 


148 00 


35 00 


35 00 


120 00 


399 00 


110 00 


144 00 


57 20 


180 00 


46 00 


170 00 


42 00 


50 00 


22 50 


7 50 


GO 00 


31 00 


75 00 


75 00 


315 00 


50 00 


85 00 


325 00 


36 00 


12 00 


4.50 00 


12 90 


45 00 


100 50 


60 00 


180 00 


30 00 


120 00 



B~68 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Cook>hire and Flanders 

Cookshire and Island Brook 

Cook.'ihire and Railway Station 

Corbin and Cowans 

Corbin and Frontier 

Cornwall and St. Regis 

Coteau du Lac and Railw.ay Station. 

Cote an Landing C. A. and G. T. 
Railway Station 

C6te des Corbeil, St. Augustin, and 
Railway Station . 

Cote des Neiges and Montreal 

Cote des Neiges West and St. Lam- 
ent 

Cote des Perron and Ste. Rose . . . . 

Cote Rouge and Cote St. Vincent. . . 

Cote St. Emanuel and Pont Chateau 

Cote St. Louis and Villeray 

Cote Ste. Therese and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Covey Hill and Vicars 

Cowaiisville and Railway Station. . . 

Cowansville and Sweetsburg 

Crabtree Mills and Railway Station 



Crossbury and Robinson., 
do do 



e_aj 



A. J. Harvey. . 

A. Miller 

S. .T. Osgood... 
J. Bouchard . . . 
J. C. Gordon.. . 

L. Thomas 

A. Dumesnsil . . 

E. (Jauthier . . . 

E. Meilleur . . 
L. Lamoureu.x . 

L. Lanioureux . 
J. A. Young . . 
M. St. Jacques. 
O. Besnt r. . . 
D. Lanoix . . . 



N. Lanctot . . 
M. V. Orr.. 
R. Curley . . 
C. S. Boright 
E. Crabtree and 

Sons 

M. J. Ross . . 
M.J. Stokes. 



H^ 



d Om 



Dale.sville and Lachute 

Dalesville and Louisa 

Dalesville and St. Michel de Wen- 
dover 

Dalesville and St. Michel de Wen- 
dover 

Dalhousie Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Dalling and Racine 

Danby and St. Christine. . . 

Danville and St. George de Wen- 
dover 

Davidson Hill and South Durham. . 

Delorimier and Montreal 

Dell and Scottstown 

Derby Line, Rock Island and Rail- 
way Station 

Dewittville and Railway Station . . . 

Dieppe and St. Alexandre d'lber- 
ville 

Dixville and Railway Station 

Dorval and Railway Station 

do do 

Douglasburg and Napierville 

Dozois and Girard 

Drummondville and Melbourne. . . . 

Drunimondville and Railway Sta- 
tion (C.P.) 

Drummondville and Railway Sta- 
tion (I.e.) 

Drummondville and Bona venture. . 



C. Vary 

W. Watchorn. 

N; Carriere . . . 



W. Gagne. 



I. Brodie 

P. M. Carlin . . . 
J. C. Fagnan . , 



L. Roy 

J. Mallette 

M. A. Campeau. 
M. J. McDonald 



4im 
10 

i 
2 

2 
G 



<ii li 
' 4 

2 

4 

5i 

2 

3 

2 acres 
2 

i 
U 



H. A. Channell 
J. Holiday 



N. Brault 

B R. Baldwin. 
M. Descary. . . , 
do 

N. Pare 

S. Palin 

A. Cote 



J. F. Picotin 



do 
P. H. Blanchette 



6 
5 

11 

11 

120 yds, 
84 
44 

lU 

7i 

4 
54 



5 

h 
li 

H 

2 

4 
24 



12 



Period. 



12 month.s 

12 „ 

30 12 „ .. 

2 12 „ . . 

6 12 „ .. 

2 12 u .. 

24 12 „ .. 

25 12 „ .. 



6, 12 12 
6 il2 



6 
3 
6 
3 

6 

12 
6 

24 


12 
2 
2 



24 
12 

2 
12 
12 
6 
3 
3 
6 

12 

30 
6 



from June 1, 'Ofi, 
(to Sept. 30, '05), 
from II 



2 4 



3 

12 
2 12 



(to Oct. 31, '05) 



from 



from Dec. 1, '05 



Summer service 

12 months 

11 ., (from Aug. 1, '05) 
12 

12 



Amount. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-69 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Druinmondville and Wickhain Falls 

Duncan Station and Railway Station 

Dundee and Railway Station 

Dundee Centre and St. Agnes Rail- 
way Station 

Dunham to Stanbridge Station and 
Upper Bedford 

Dunham and SweeCsburg 

Dunkin and Mansonville 



Eastman and Railway Station(0. M. ) 
do do 

Eastman and St. Etienne de Bolton 

East Angus and Linda 

East Angus and Railway Station . . 

East Bolton, Bolton Centre and 
Cliannell 

East Clifton and Railway Station . . 

East Dunham and Sweetsburg Rail- 
way Station 

East Farnham and Railway Station 

East Hereford and Railway Station 

Eaton and Railway Station 

Eclio Vale and Railway Station. . . . 

Egypte St. Ephrem d'tjpton 

Emileville and .St. Pie 



Fairmount Ave. and St. Jean de la 
Cioix 

Fariidon and Railway Station 

Farridun and Stanbury 

Farnham and Magenta 

Farnham and C.P., and V.C. Rail- 
way Stations 

Farnham and Ste. Sabine 

Fontenoy and Melbourne 

Foster and K;nhvay Station 

Franklin Centre and Hemmingford 

Franklin Centre and Huntingdon. . 

Franklin Centre and Starnesboro. . . 

Frelighsbmg and North Pinnacle.. 

Frelighsburg and St. Armand Station 

FreleighsV)urg and Railway Station 

Fi'o.'ft Village and Waterloo 

Fulford and Laroche 

Fulford and Railway Station 



Galson and Gould 

Gasi arine and Holton 

Genoa and St. Hernias 

Georgeville and Magog 

Georgeville and Magoon's Pt 

Georgeville and Smith's Mills 

(ieorgeville and Steamboat Wharf. 

Geraldine and Stockwell 

Giraid and Railway Station 

Glen Sutton and Railway Station. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



do 

P. Paul 

J. Tyo 

T. Rowley 

H. J. Minckler. 
C. S. Boright... 
R. G. Crowell . 



A. E. Blunt . . . 

C. H. Dingraan. 
P. Decelles 

D. B. Hall 

J. Planche 




R. C. Gilman . . 
H. E. Cairns . . . 

T. Bryce 

W. E: Hall..... 
J. A. Laverdiere 
H. H. Winslow. 
J. P. Jones, ... 
J. N. Fontaine. . 
E. Morrisette . . . 



R. Laurier. . 
Kennedy. . , 
Kennedy. . 
Desourdy . . 



2 acres. 
I 

13,31 
3" 



; SOOyds. 

300 yds. 
5 
1* 

350yds. 

5,32 

2i 



33 yds. 



250 ft. 
6 



Landry | 200 yds 

Barriere .... 1 6m 

Fra.ser \ G 

0. ]ngli.s \ i 

McGinnis. . . . j 16 

Watherston . . ! 20^ 

Huet 2 

X.Robert... 6^ 

Lerou\ 16 

W. Stinehour i 

McKinney. . . I 2h 

Armstrong. . . 3 
Booth. .. 



M. Morri.son . . 

F. Delage. 

J. Gordon ... 
J. M. Hand . . 

G. A. Boynton 
O. Hutchins. . 
D. A. Bullock 
J. B. McDowell 
D. Signori 
S. Courser . 



5* 
3* 
3i 

10' 
5i 

12' 
100 yds 

Sim 
70 yds 
^m 




24 

24 

6 

3 

12 

C, 3 
6 

6 
12 
12 
12 
12 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 

12 
6 
3 

12 



12 months. 

12 

12 



6 3 

12 ,12 

4 12 

2 jl2 

I 

54 112 

6 il2 

2 112 
24 il2 

6 12 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from •! 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 



12 , 

12 „ . 
12 „ .. . 
12 „ . 

12 

12 

Season 1905 
12 months . 

12 

12 „ .... 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

78 00 

20 00 

100 00 

158 88 

444 00 
300 00 

75 00 



20 00 
20 00 
1.50 00 
50 00 
40 00 

300 00 
112 00 

247 00 
140 00 

55 00 
120 00 

25 00 
240 00 

52 00 



10 00 

C8 01 

145 00 

5-J 00 

180 00 

140 00 

48 00 

40 00 

304 21 

425 00 

70 00 

339 00 

450 00 

.56 00 

96 00 

59 00 

60 00 



55 50 
34 00 
75 00 

198 00 
52 00 

350 00 
15 00 
32 00 
24 00 

100 00 



B-70 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—Co7itinued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Gleti Iver and .Sherbrooke. 

Gore and Kailway Station 

Goshen Road and Windsor Mills. . . 

Gould and North Hill 

Gould and Red Mountain 

Gould and Scotstown 

Gould Station and Railway Station 

Graham and Railway Station 

Granboro and Granby 

Granby and Railway Station 

Granby and Ste. Ctcile de Milton. 
Granby and Shefford Mountain. . . 
Grand Chicot and St. Eustache . . 
Grande Ligne and St. Blaise . . . 

Grand Mere and St. Flore 

do do ... 

Greenlay & Windsor Mills Station 
Grenville and Harrington East 
Grenville and Railway Station 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. M elver . 

F. W. Burrill. 

E. Bisson 

N. McDonald. 
A. (i. McKay. 

A. Morrison . 
M. Morrison . . 
W. (iraham. . . 

IG. W. Williams 
C. H. Murray 
;W. T. Norris. 

G. W. Williams 
S. Lcga\ilt 

.r. Perron. 
X. Vincent. . . 

B. Lampron. . 

(t. Morin 

.S. Caillier. sr. 
L. Champagne 

do 
do 
do 



Hallerton and Hemniingford 

Hall's Stream and Hereford 

Hall's Stream and Railway Station 

Hardwood Flat and Robinson 

Harrington and Rivington 

Hatley and Railway Station 

Hatton and Ogilvie's Corner 

Helena and White's Station 

Hemniingford and Ro.xham 

do do 

Hemniingford and Railway Station 

Henrysburg and Lacolle 

Henrysville and Railway Station. . 

Holton and St. Clothilde 

Honoreville and St. Cesaire 

Howard Valley and Morins Flats. . 

Howiek, St. Chrysostome and Rail- 
way Stati(m 

Huberdeau and Railway Station. . . 

Hudson and Railway Station 

Hudson, Hudson Heights and Rail- 
way Station .... 

Huntington and (G. T. ) Railway 
Station 

Huntingdon and Kelvin (irove .... 

Huntingdon (N. Y.C.) Railway Sta- 
tion .... 

Huntingdon and St. Anicet 

Iberville and C. P. and C. V. Rail- 
way Stations 



T. Kenney 

W. J. Ellis 

J. Heath 

\V. R. Todd . . . . 
D. Mcintosh . . . 
W. J. N I block. 

M. Finn 

H. .1. Donnelly. 
J. R. Simjjson . . 

do 
G. M. Martin . . 

M. Garceau 

A. Lemieux . . . , 
F. Dextras . ... 

H. Neveu 

O. Wood 



J. A. R. Beaudin 
J Ploufle . .. 
A. Vipond . . 



J. W. Mullan. 



J. C. McMillan. 
D.A.Macfarlane 



F. Allard 
S. Dui)uis 



A. Courtois. 



12 



4i 

5 

74 

i 
acres 
12Am 
'h 
!•? 
64 
4" 
1 
4 
4 

4 
22" 
2 
2 
2 
2 



n 

30 rods. 
3im. 
5 
34 

li 
4 

6 

i 

2 
3 

4 

i, n 

4 acres. 
Jm. 



f,i 

4 

3.4 



Iron Hill and West Shefford 'A. W. Beard . 

Island Brook and New Mexico. .. . W.Morrow .. 
Isle aux Noix and St. Valentin .... W. Hetier. . . 
Isle Bizard and Railway Station . . . iT. Boileau . . . 



H 

44 
3' 
34 



^fe 



Period. 



6 12 months. 
12 !12 



12 112 

12 ,12 

3 12 

18 112 

6 12 

3 12 

2 12 

12 il2 

i) 

3 

12 

12 

4 

4 

4 

1 



e 

50 
3 

18 
24 
12 

18 



3 12 

2 jl2 

12 112 

2 12 



6 12 

2 6 

2 I fi 

C ]12 

6 |12 

22 12 



18, 6 ,12 
6 12 

12 jl2 

24 12 



18 112 
() ,12 

i 
6 112 

13 12 

36 112 



12 

3 12 

12 12 

12 !12 




Amount. 



l()d.toNov.l9'05 
lid. to Dec.31'0.5 
7 do to May 7,'06 
24 do from do 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 




$ cts. 

175 00 
78 25 
62 40 
52 00 
()0 00 

341 00 
(iO 00 

m 00 

100 00 

13(i 00 

200 00 

115 00 

GO 00 

90 0<t 

130 50 

37 0(t 

50 00 

205 Oil 

10 2!) 

7 60 

31 90 

22 GO 



(■:) 

104 
32 
48 
7S 

130 
50 

144 
22 
33 
46 

200 
48 
90 
75 
50 



249 00 

70 00 
40 00 

75 00 

125 00 
87 50 

55 00 
2! 18 00 

150 00 



200 00 

00 00 

102 00 

175 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 



B-71 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Kaiiie of Route. 



Isle Parrot and Ste. Anne deBellevue 



.Jette ana La Visitation 

Johiiville and Railway Station . . . 
.Toliiette and Ry. Station (C.P.R.). 



do 



do 



.Toliette and Railway Station (G.N.) 
do do (G.N.)P.O. 

.Toliette and Melanie 

.Foliette and St. Paul d'lndustrie. . . 



Katevale and Magog . ... 

Keith and Robinson 

Kildare and St. Beatrix. . 
Killowen and St. Hernias 
Kingsbury and Melbourne Ridge. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 




F. X. Monpetit, 



D. Lafond . . . 
A. Lindsay.. . 
A. Tremblay 



do 

J. l^esorniiers 
A. Tremblay . . 
H. Perrault . . 
A. Perrault . . 



C. G. Tremblay, 

D. McLennan . . 
A. Dalpliond . . . 
G. (iiroux 

Mignault . . . 



Period. 



Amount. 



Kingsbury and New Rockland IR. Crack. 



Kingsbury and Railway Station . 



Knowlton and Railway Station. . . . 
Knowlton and Sutton .Junction. . . . 

Knowlton and West Bolton 

Knowlton Landing and Scjiith Boltn. 

Knfiwlton fianding antl Steamboat 

Wharf 



La Baie and Nicolet 

La Baie and Pierreville 

La Baie Shawenegan and Ry. Stn. . 
do do do 

Laberge and Primeau Ville 

L'Acadie and Railway Station .... 
Lac Belleniare and Shawenegan. . . . 
La Chai)elle and Railway Station, 

St. .Ferome 

Lac Charlebois and Lac Masson . . 

Laclienaie and Terrebonne 

Lachine and Dominion Ry. Station 
Lachine and Convent Ry. Station. . 

Lachine Ijocks .and Railway Station 
Lachine Rapids and Railw'y St.ation 
LachnieStatii)n(Letter Box) G.T.R. 
do do 

Lachute and Lachute Mills 

Lachute and Lakefield 

Lachute and Railway Station. ... 

Lachute and Shrewsbury 

Lac Manitoii and Railway Station. 
Lac Manitou South and .Ste. Agathe 
Lac Masson, St. Emile de I^Iont- 

calm and Lac Charlebois 

Lac Masson and Railway Station. . 
Lac Mercie)- and Railway Station . . 



R. Crack. 



J. N. Robinson. 
(i. (i. McFarlane 
C. W. Beals. .. 
O. E. Bracev . . . 



L. P. Knowlton. 300 yds. 



5i 



14 
4 



G 

8A 

m 

5h 
2 



k 



Martel ... 
Martel 

Dessureault . 
Thibaudeau . 
Bte. Primeau. 
Bourgeois . . . . 
Dufresne . . . . 

Bourette . . . 
Gauthier . . . 
Beaujire . . . 
Bte. Richer. 
Richer . ... 



.1. B. Richer... 
1). Dunberry . 
S. Young, 
W. K. Boyes . . 
J . Quesnel .... 

F. Rogers 

H. M. Gall. ., 

G. B. Robinson 
E. L.J. D'lvry. 
A. Tallier .... 



A. Daoust . 
W. Lacasse. 
.J. Dufour . . 



9 m. 
i) 

If) acres. 
Oin. 

3 
5 
44 
U 
300 yds. 

im 
2 



1 
9 

0.15 
i 14* 
20 acres. 

I ^ 

10, om. 
4i 
50 yds. 



6 
3 
(! 
4 
3 
6 

12 

18,24 
(; 
3 



12 



() 
6 
6 

12 
3 

12 
3 

(5 
(> 
(i 
(> 
12 

12 

6 

12 

12 

18 

3 

24 

3 

6 

3 

3,3 
6 

G 



6 mos. from .Jan. 1, 'OC . 

12 M 

5 II 15 days (to Dec. 

15, ''05 

G II IC ds. from Dec. 

15, '05) 

12 

12 " 

12 1, 

12 1. 

12 , 

12 „ 


12 II 


12 

12 ,1 

1 II 17 dys. from May 

1.5, 'OG 

1 M 17 dys. from May 

15, '06 

12 1. . . 


12 1, 

12 1, 

12 



Season 1905 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG) 
from II 



12 :,.. 

Pt. of seasons 1905-'06 . . . 

1 month to July 31, '05 
12 II 

3 M 12 ds. from Mar. 

17. 'OG 

12 II 

12 .1 

9 I, (to Mar. 31, 'OG) 

3 II from M 

12 .1 

12 months ' . . . . 

12 

12 .1 ■. . . 

12 .1 

Season 1906 

12 months 

12 

12 I, 



•S cts. 
184 00 



a 50 

48 00 
51 35 

81 52 
125 00 
125 00 
311 75 

GO 00 



190 00 
130 00 
384 04 
100 00 
150 00 

12 65 

5 81 

132 73 

281 70 

GO 00 

165 00 

15 (to 



129 00 
213 .36 
112 50 

32 .50 

50 00 

90 00 

151 87 

100 (10 
75 00 
10 00 
75 00 

47 81 

75 00 

100 00 

22 50 

7 50 

130 00 
111 00 

72 00 

15G 00 

50 00 

5 00 

120 00 

120 00 

30 00 



B-72 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Lac Nantel and Railway Station. . . 

Lacolle and Odelltown 

Lacolle Station and Railway Stn. . . 
La Guerre and Ca r"s C'rossinfc. . . . 
Lac Megantic and Railway Station 

(C.P.) 

do do .... 

Lac Megantic and Railway Station 

(Q.O.) ... ■ 

Lac Megantic and Mad Car 

Lakefield and North (iore 

LaiKirevil e. Oinistown and Ornis- 

town to Railway Station 

Lanoraie and Railway Station. ... 
L'Annonciation and L'Ascension . . 
La P.itrie and Notre Dame des Bois 

La J'atrfp and Scotslown 

do do 

La Fatrie and We.st Ditton j 

Jm Hlaine and Railway Station . . 
La Prairie and Railway Station . . 
La Pre.sentation and St. Hyacinthe| 

Larose Station and Liwt River | 

L'Artifii'e and St. (!hryho.stonie. ... 
Larose Station and Railway Stn. . . 
L'A.ssomption and Railway Station 

L'Assomption and St. Sulpice 

La Trappe and Oka 

Laurel and Lost River 

Laurence and Ruisseau St. (ieorge. 
Laurentides and Railway Station. . 

do do 

La Visitation and Ste. Monique. . . 
Lavaltrie and RaUway Station. . , . 
do do .... 

Lavaltrie Station and Railway St'n. 
Lawrenceville and Railway Station, 

Lawrenceville and Rochelle 

Leadville and Mansonville ' 

Lenno.wille and Milby 

do do 

Lenno.wille and Railway Station 

(C. P. and G. T) 

Lennoxville and Railway Station 

(C. O. and B. M) ^ . . . ■ 

Lennoxville and Spring Road 

Leopold and Morin Flats 

L'Kpiphanie and Railway Station 

(C. P) 

L'Epiphaiiie and Railway Station 

(G.N)... 

L'Epiplianie and St. Roch 

Les Dalles and St. Jacques 

J.ongueuil and Railway Station. . . . 

do do .... 

Longue Pointe and Railway Station 

Louiseville and Nancy 

Louise ville and Railway Station. . . 

Louiseville and St. Panlin 

Louiseville and St. Ursule 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



D. Whalen. ... 

J. Gray 

.T. C. Boudreau. 
J. Duheme 



T. Berube. . . 
■T. Beauchene 



J. Berube. 

A. B. Gendreau. 
S. Kerr 



!^Ji 



H^ 



6 c- 



J. C. Murphy. . 
R. Boucher .... 
D. Beauchanip. 
J. St. James . . 

S. Paidin 

do 

.1. Lambert. . . . 
A. (iauthier. . . 
.J. Brisson . . 
L. Desmarais. . 
\V. McKenzie. . 
S. Renaud ... 
A. Larose . . . 
H. Thouin... . 

.1. Giard 

N. Fauteux 

M. McClu,skey. . 
L.J.A. RobiUard 

A. Lavigne 

J. Gautliier . . . . 

D. Lafond 

J. Grenier 

A. Perreault ... 
J. E. Lasalle . . . 

P. Ha,mel 

M. Guilmain. . . . 
VV. S. Brown . . 
H. Fleishey 

E. Burton 



W. H. Abbott. 

W. H. Abbott. 

r. Parnell 

J. Riddell .... 

A. Gagne 



A. Gagne 

C Perreault. . 
L. Desroclies.. 
L. Mainville. . 
A. Trude.au . 
J. Chevalier 

R. Caron 

P. Lefebvre . . 
A. Paille... . 
A. Sevigny . . . 



100 yds. 

3 m. 
300 yds. 

8 in. 

i 



300 yds. 
"3^ in'.' 

4, h 

(•) 
12 
9 
9 
9 
3h 



10 

:>!-. 

12.5 yds. 
1 in. 
r) 

H 

G 
2 

8 acres. 

8 acres. 

4 m. 

8 
8 



12 
3 

12 
6 

18 
18 

12 

12 

2 

li, 18 

(i 

3 

(i 



12 

1 

12" 

18 

6 

3 

(i 

12 

21 

6 

G,12 

2 

3 

12 

12 

3 

6 

G 

12 

12 

fi 

3 

6 

6 



70 yds . : 12 



12 

4 

10 



6 



IG acres. 

15ra 

5i 



Period. 



12 months 
12 „ 

12 

12 „ .. 



Amoimt. 



9 
3 

12 
12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

1 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

3 

6 

4 

8 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

3 

12 

12 
12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

3 

12 

12 

12 

12 

3 



(to Mar. 31, 
from <• 



'06). 1 



(to July 31, '05) 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG). 
from !• 
(to Dec. 31, '05;. 
(to Oct. 31, '05). 
from 11 



(to Mch. 31, 'OG) 
from M 



(to Mch. 31, '0C)| 
from M 



(to Sept. .30, '05) 



•S cts. 

24 00 

60 00 

45 00 

200 00 

93 75 
36 25 

50 75 

100 00 

50 00 

293 00 
75 00 

150 00 

200 00 
14 58 

320 83 
12 00 
72 00 

149 00 
225 00 
132 00 

150 0(1 
40 00 

150 00 

138 48 

125 00 

GO 00 

40 00 

52 50 

17 50 
49 50 

74 75 
IIG 66 

18 00 
38 00 

160 00 

90 00 

112 50 

, - 37 50 

60 00 

144 00 
65 64 

GO 00 

120 00 

120 00 
110 00 
156 48 

75 00 
29 16 

205 00 

.50 00 

147 28 

230 00 

21 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 



B -73 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&G. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Xame 

of 

Contractor. 



Lonisevillf and St. Ur.sule iC. Trudel 



McLeod's Crossing and Railw ly 
Station 

Mabel and Ogdensbiirg .... 

Mabel and Staynervill-i 

Magog and Railway Station 

Maisonneuve and Montreal 

Malinaison and N. D. de Stanbridge 
do do 

Malvina and Railway Station ... 

Mandevilleand St. (iabriol de Bran- 
don 

do do 

Manson%'ille and Province Hill. . . . 

Mansonville and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Mansonville Station and Railway 
Station 

Mansonville and Valeperkiu.s 

Maple Leaf and Sawverville 

Marieville and Railway Station. . . . 

Marlington and Stanstead Junction 

Mascouche and Mascouche Rapids. 

Mascouche and Ptailwa\' Station... 

Melbourne and Kiciin"''nd 

Melbourne and Upper Melbourne. . 

Menard Corner and St. .lean 

Menardville and Railway .Station. . 

Milan and Radway Station 

Milan and Valracine 

Milan and Whitwick 

M'le End and St. .Jean de la Croi.x. 

Milett.a and Railway Station . . . 

Mille lies and St. Jerome 

Minton and North Hattey 

Mirabel and St. Hernias Railway 
Station 

Mitciiell Station and Railway Sta- 
tion ... 

Mongenais, Ste. Justine and Rail- 
way Station ,J 

Mongenais, Ste. .Justine and Rail- 



.r. A. McDonald 
F. Lahaie. ... 

F. T..aliaie 

J. E. Taylor . 
A. Meunier. . , 
L. Galipeau, . . 
H. Cei vais. . . 
F. Roy 



A. Paquin . ' , 

F. Bussiere 

\V. S. Br.Avn .. 
E. Rii)lev . 
S. H. Bottrell. 

C. Gihnan 

(t. W. Jewett. . 

C. H. Loveland . 

R. Boulais 

W. H. (Jay . . . 
.T. Caririicheal. . . 

X. (iagnon 

Cross 

Davis 

Menard, ji'. . . 

Ijaiiioureux . . 
■J. D Morri on, 
S. Barsalou 

D. P. McDonald 
M. A. Cauii>eau. 
M. A. Murray.. 

\V. Elliott 

A. Johnstone. . . 

M. Desrosiers. . . 



.1^ 



3 

i 
31 
.3' 
3 



4 

2i 
5 acres. 

-li 

1 
41 
3h 

H 

U 

I 
3 

Olo 
9 



143 vds. 
12 ni. 



J. Beaulieu. 



Sauvt 



way Statu)n 

Montcalm and Rawdon.. 
Montcalm and Railway Station. 
Mcnlford and Radway Station. 
Montreal and Mount Royal v''ale 



Montreal and Railway Station(C.P.)iW. H 



S. Lanthier. 
H. Hanna. . . 
E. Vincent. 
M. Boulaire . 
N. Desforges. 



Montreal and Rail way Station((;.N. 
Montreal Jjetter Carriers Service. . . 

Conveyance of I.C.R. mails between 
Bonaventure Depot and Montreal 

Montreal Transfer of mails at Bona- 
venture Depot 

Montreal and Station B 



M. A. Campeau 
Montreal Street 
Railway Co. . , 



Grand Trunk 
Rwy Co ..-.. . 

G r a n d T r u nk 
Railw.ay Co. . . 

Canadian Trans- 
fer Co 



U 



If, 3 

1^,3 
G 

U 

4 acres 

44 in. 



2i 



t^ 



o — 




3 
3 
12 
18 
G 
G 
6 

4 
4 
3 
6 
G 

12 
G 
(i 

18 
6 

O 

18 

12 

13 

3 

G 

12 

3 

2 

G 

G 

3 

3 

6 

12 

18 

18 
6 
12 
12 
24 



12 



Period. 



Amount. 



9 mos. from Sept. 30, '05 



12 months. 
12 „ 
12 . 
12 „ 

12 



(to Feb. 28, '00) 
fi'om It 



(to Mch. 31, '06) 
from n 

(to Mch. 31, '06) 
from II 



3 I, (from April 1,'OG) 

12 II 

12 ,1 

12 II 

12 

12 

12 

12 II 

12 

12 II 

12 I, 

12 months 

!) I. (from Oc„. 1,'05). 

12 

12 

12 

12 II 

12 „ 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from II 



12 months 
12 I, . . 



$ cts. 
130 .50 



50 00 
105 00 

45 00 
100 00 
GOO 00 

85 00 

30 00 

48 00 

59 61 

24 75 
65 00 
45 00 
15 00 

10 00 

172 12 

170 00 

65 00 

177 00 

90 00 

90 00 

198 no 

8c 00 

75 00 

25 00 
24 00 

195 00 
50 00 
37 50 
10 00 

200 00 
GO 00 

64 60 

40 00 

49 50 

175 .50 
200 00 
140 00 
36 00 
G25 00 
4,823 16 
720 00 

3,000 00 



14M'r. 1398, to.Ju'e.30,'06| 3,435 25 



600 00 
1.601 00 



B-74 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—C'Gntinued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Montreal Street Letter Boxes and 
Receiving Houses 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Montreal and Ste. Cunegonde . . . 

Montreal and St. Eustache 

Montreal and Wharf 

Montreal and St. Leonard de Port 
Maurice 

Montreal Christma-s Delivery 

Montreal and Youville 

Montreal South and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Montreal West and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Morin Flats and Railway Station , . 

Morrison Stations and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Moulin Charette and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Moulin Lacroix and St. Calixte de 
Kilkenny 

Mount Johnson and St. Gregoire 
Railway Station 

Mount Oscar and Verte Vallee 



Canadian Trans- 
fer Co 

J. O'Dowd 

V. Viau 

W. Heelan. . .. 



J. Gervais. . . , 
J. Galarneau. 
A. H. Frigon. 



.IS 



F. X. Duquette 

D. J. Munro 

V. K. Sadler 

C. Thibanlt . . , 

J. Charette 

N. Lacroix ... 



N. Bessette. 
T. Aul.ry . 



14 ni. 

21i 

i 



'5" 



Napierville and Stottville P. Bourgeois. 

New Erin and Railway Station ... J. Walsh . 
New (xlasgow and Railway Station, j A. Nickel. . . . 

!New Rockland and Richmond IK. Miguault. 

North (Georgetown and Railway 



Station 



North Hatley and Railway Station 

North Stanbridge and Railway Sta- 
tion . 

North Stukeley and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Nurtli Sutton and West Bronn: . . 

Norton Creek, St. Remi and Rail- 
way Stac'on . . . . 

Norton Ureek, St. Remi, and Rail- 
w.ay Station 

Norton Oreek. St. Remi, and Rail- 
way Station 

Notre Dame de la Mercie and St. 
Donat de Montcalm 

Notre J)ame de la Mercie and St. 
p]niile de Montcalm 

Notre Dame de la Mercie and St. 
Emile de Montcalm 

Noyan and Railway Station 



Turcotte. . . . 
A. Blossom . 



D. Guillotte 



.1. Marchessault 
M. E. Darbe. 



A. St. Marie. 

do 
I). Tremblay. 
W. Ritchie.. , 
E Beauregard 



.T. Beaulieu. ■. 
W. J. Derick . 



230 yds. 
G acres. 

20 yd.s. 

5 acre.s. 

Im. 

12 acres. 
2 m. 



5 acres. 
Sim. 

12 

12 acres. 

J m. 
2 

24| 

9i 

94 

Hi 



Outremont and Outremont Junctioiii W. Gauthier. . . . 



Paquette and Railway Staion jR. Hamelin . 

do do j A. Ciioquette. 

Pare Laval and Railway Station . . . [D. Vanier . , 



^^ 



6 & 



Period. 



12 months . 

12 „ 
12 , 



21 

ti 

12 

Part of seasons 1905-06. 
6 12 months. 



G 

12 

24 12 
12 il2 

6 jl2 

•12 !]2 

2 [12 

12 [12 
6 12 



12 ,12 
12 12 



12 months. 
12 .... 



12 
6 

G 
31, s. 
18 w. 

12 

12 
3 



G, 9 
G, 24 

(i, 24 I 7 

2 12 

1 
2 { C 

2 i G 
12 12 

1 
G 12 



IH G 9 

IS I G 3 

50 yds. i 12 12 



Amount. 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
(to Nov. 30, '05; 

from 11 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from .. 



(to Mar., 31, 'OG) 
from .1 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-75 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Pearceton and Stanbridge East 
Railway Station 

Petite Cote St. Rose and Ste. Rose. 

Petite Ma.scouche and Railway Sta 
tion 

Peveril and St. .Tustine Station .... 

Phillipaburg and St. Armand Rail- 
way Station 

Phillipsbuig and St. Annand Rail- 
way Station 

Piedmont and Railway Station .... 

Pierreville and Pierreville Mills. . . 

Pierreville and Railway Station. . . . 

Pierreville and St. Zepliirin 

Pincourt and Terrebonne 

Piopolis and Echo Vale Railway 
Station 



S. Rudd.. 
I/abelle. . 

Gagnon. . 
Menard.. . 



.2^ 
P 



4 m. 



100 ft. 
2i m. 



S. Borden 



Pointe a Calumet and St. Joseph du 

Lac 

Pointe au Chene and Railway St'n . 
Poitite aux Trembles and Riviere 

dos Prairies 

Pointe Claire and Railway Station . 
Pointe du Jour and St. Thomas d' 

Aquin 

Pointe du Lac and Railway Station 

Pont Chateau and St. Clet 

Pont de Maskinonge and Railway 

Station 

Pont de Maskinonge and Sc. Justine 



Racine and Ixaihvay' Station. . . 

Racine and South Ely 

Rang des Dusseavi and St. Alexan- 
dre Station 

Rang Portage and St. Didace. ... 

Repentig'ny and St. Paul I'Ermite. . 

Riceburg and^ailway Station 

Rigaud and Railway Station . . . . 

Rigaud and St Redempteur 

Rigaud and Wharf 

Riviere des Feves and St. Urbain. . 

Robinson and Railway Station 

Rock Forest and Railway Station. . 

Rock Forest and SheflKeld . 

Rolland and Railway Station 

Rosemere and Railway Station 

Ro.Kton East and Roxton Falls 

Ro.xton Falls and Acton Railway 
Station 

Roxton Falls and Railway Station. 

Roxton Pond and Granby Railway 
Station 

Russelltown and St. Chrysostome. . 



Cadorette. ... 2 

Charbonneau.: i 

C. (xauthier. . I 4^ 

Gill '500 yds. 

Chasse I 13 ni. 

Gauthier . . . . ! 4 



Levesq'ue . 
Gosselin. . 



Labelle. . . 
Mathews . 



Roy, jr. . 
Brisbois.. 



Chabot. . . 

Biron 

Besner. 

Laurent.. 
Vermette . 



2 
33 yds. 

0|m. 
1 

H 
25 acres. 
2 m. 

9 acres. 
5 m. 



S. Relisle h 

N. Darby i 

A. Goyette. ... ! 31 

C. Coutu 5 

A. Perreault. . . . , 2 

M. C. Chrysler, .j .j 

J. Charlebois. . . | | 

A. Quesnel (i 

N. P. Seguin 2 

Z. Bergevin 2 

E. Lockett I h 

.1. Simpson, jr. h 

E. E. Bean I - 3" 

J. O. Proleau,. . . | 4 acres. 
A. Labelle '200 yds. 

E. Delpe i 5 m. 

F. X. Legrand. . 1 6 
J. Masse j J- 

E. Lnssier 7 

W. J. Costello..! 3 




6 U 
18, s., 
12, w. 13 



12 months, 

12 M ... 



12 



(to Sept. 30, '05; 
from " 



(to Dec. 31, 'Oo) 
from II 



2 12 

3 12 



12 12 „ 

(■) 12 „ 

6 Season 

3 il2 nion 

12 !l2 

G 12 

3 Il2 

12 112 

12 12 

2 Il2 

6 il2 

12 |l2 

fi !l2 

!l2 



190.5. 
ths. . 



St. Adele and Railway Station. ... |.J. G. Aubert. 



U 112, 18 112 



S cts. 

116 00 
25 00 

10 00 
100 00 

47 50 

142 50 
75 00 
124 20 
20(1 58 
453 75 

48 00 

145 00 
210 00 

73 00 
30 00 

1.50 00 

90 00 

45 00 

40 48 

84 00 

112 48 
150 00 



50 00 
75 OC 

50 00 
75 00 
80 00 
40 00 
50 00 
164 93 
3 07 
42 49 
73 00 
40 56 
91 00 
30 00 
25 00 
60 00 

300 00 
40 00 

175 00 
80 00 



140 00 



B-76 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—Conti7iued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.2§ 
Q 



.e-^ 



r^ 



d ft 



St. Adolplie de Howard .ind St. 

Aguthe de.s Monts 

Ste. .\gatbe des Montsand Railway 

Station 

Ste. Agathe des Monts and St. 

Agiicole 

Ste. Agathe des Monts and Ste 

Lucie de Doncaster 

Ste. Ainie and Railway Station .... 
St. Alexandre and Railway Station. 
St. Ale.xis des Monts and St. Paulin 
St. Angele des Monnoir and Rail- 
way Station I J 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue and Railwayl 

Station . . . . 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue and Railway 

Station 

Ste. Anne de.s Plaines and Railway 

Station D. 

Ste. Anne des Plaines and Railway 

Station ... IF. 

Ste. Anne de Sorel and Sorel . . . iC. 
Ste. Barbe and St. Stanislas de 

Kostka A. 

St. Barnaba and Railway Station. .IC. 



V. Brayley. 
Meunier. . . . 
Piche 



Grenier. 
Menard . 
Lanier. 
Paille.. 



E. Boulais. . . 

St. Denis . . 

Lavigne . . . 

(iaudette, , . 

X. Gaudette 
Baron 



Raymond. . . 
Langelier . . 



St. Barnabe and Yamachiche 

St. Bi-.rtlielemi and Railway .Station 

St. Barthelenii and Sc. Edniond.. . . 

St. Barthelenii Station and Railway 
Station 

St. Bazile le Grand and Railway 
Station 

St. jionaventure and St. Pie de 
Guire. . . 

Ste. Brigide and Railway Station 
,(0. V.) 

St. Brun.) and Ste. Julie de Ver- 
cheros 

St. Calixte de Killkenny and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Cecile de Whitton and Railway 
Station 

St. Ceeile Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. Cesaire and Railway Station. . . 

St. Charles, St. Hilaire and St. 
Denis .... 

St. Charles and .St. Marc 

St. Cleophas and Railway Station. . 

St. Clet and Railway Station •. . . 

St. Clet and Ste. Marthe 

St. Columbin and St. Scholastique. 

St. Come and Ste. Emelie 

St. Constant and Railway Station.. 

St. Cuthljert and Railway Station. . 

St. Cuthbert Station and Railway 
Station. . . 

St. Cuthbert Station and Railway 
Station. ... 



I. Pelletier 
T. Jnlien. 
R. Mayer. . 



M. Lemarbre. 
E. Lalumiere. . 
T. Proulx. . , 
P. Saurette. . . 
A. Hebert . . . 
G. Therrien. . . 
J. Celleau .... 



F. Le Blond . . 
J. A. Robidoux 



H. Audette. 
E. Fontaine 
S. Derosier . 
M. Besnei . . 
H. Campeau 
M. J. Phelan. 
G. Grignon 
O. Robert 
A. Lessard 



J. Marchand 
J. N. Belhumeur 



15 

10 
9 acres 
Im, 
10 

12 acres 

Im. 

1 

() acres. 

6 „ 
3ni. 

13 acres. 

12 m. 
U 

m 

10 acres. 
•07 m. 
4 

11 
6 

7i 
a 

4 

20 

1 

3 

16 

li 

a 

i 
8 
14 
9 

h 
3 

5 acres. 

5 acres. 



r>.s.3w. 
12, 18 

ft'htly 

3w, 6s. 

]2 

12 

6 

12 

18 

18 

12 

1-2 
6 

C 
12 

() 

18 

2 

6 

7 
6 

12 
7 
C 

12 

12 
12 

0, 12 

12 

12 

24 

6 

6 

6 

18 

12 

12 

12 



Period. 



12 months. 
12 „ 



12 n 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

6 ,. 

G „ 

•() „ 

6 M 

12 „ 

12 n 

12 ., 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 ,. 

12 ,. 

12 „ 

2 M 

12 „ 

12 , 



(to Dec. 31, '05), 
from II 
(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



from May ] , '00 . 



12 II 
12 II 




r 






12 II 

12 ,1 
12 1. 
12 ,1 
12 ,1 
12 1, 
12 II 
12 II 
12 II 
12 moi 








' 














iths 





Amount. 



S cts. 

200 00 

187 49 

50 00 

209 GO 

65 00 

100 00 

100 58 



(to Dec. 3!, '05). 
from II 



00 00 


47 10 


40 80 


10 00 


37 50 

70 00 


120 00 
30 00 


312 00 

127 48 

98 00 


25 00 


,50 00 


21 00 


140 00 


175 00 


240 00 


(iO 00 


20 00 
40 00 


000 00 

138 00 

6H 00 

80 00 

240 00 

405 00 

279 00 

69 50 

200 00 


10 00 


10 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



St. Cyrille de Wendover and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Cyrille de Wendover and St. 

Joachim de Coiiiva! 

St. Cyiille de Wendover and St. 

Lucien 

St. Dauiase and Railway Station. . , 
St. Damien de Brandon and Si. 

Gabriel de Brandon 

S. David and Yani.a.ska, East .... 
St. Denis and Contrecour Railway 

Station 

St. Denis and Contrecour Railway 

Station 

St. Didace and St. Gabriel de Bran 

don 

St. Dominique and St. Hyacinthe. . 
St. Donat de Montcalm and St. 

Lucie de Doncaster 

St. Donat de Montcalm and St. 

Lucie de Doncaster 

St. Edou.ard and St. Michel de 

Napierville 

St. Elie and Railway Station 

Ste. Elizabeth and Railway Station. 
St. Elzear de Laval and St. Martin's 

Jimction 

Ste. Eniilie de I'Energie and St. 

Jean de Matha 

Ste. Emilie de I'Energie and St. 

Jean de Martha 

St. Enielie de I'Energie and St. 

Michel des Saints 

Ste-Emelie Junction and Railway 

Station 

Ste-p]melie de Montcalm and St. 

Theodore 

St. Esprit and SteJulienne Railway 

• Station 

St, Etienne des Gres and Three 

Rivers 

St. Eugene d» (Jrantham and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Eugene de Gnintham and St. 

Guillaume Station 

St. Eustaohe and Railway Station. 
St. Euhtache and St. Joseph du Lac 

do do 

St. Faustin and Railway Station. . . 
St. Faustin Station and Railway 

Station 

St. Faustin Station and Railway 

Station 

St. Feli.\ de Valoi-i and Rail v\ ay 

Staf ion 

St. Felix de Valois and St. Jean de 

Matha 

St. Francois de Sale.s and Railway 

Station ". 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



F. Bourgeois. . 
D. Martel . . . . 



D. Valois 

M. Choiniere 

A. Denomine 
J. Langlais.. . 



N. Belanger . . 
E. Fontaine. . . 



L. Jacques. 
R. Paradis. 



A. Rivest 

C. Villeneuve. 



V. Poissant. . 
M. Garceau. . 
M. Jourdain . 



O. Ouimet. . . . 
A. Laporte.. . . 
M. Durand.. . . 
H. Basinet. . . 
A. Robillard. 
L. Giguere. . . . 
H. Duquette. . 
O. Bellemare. . 
O. Morin 



H. Chaniberland 
G. Lauzon .... 
'.I. B. Laurin .... 

V. Labelle 

J. A. Dansereau. 

G. Dusablon . . 

X. Belanger .... 

G. Gravel 

M. Houle 

S. Charbnnneau 



3 acres. 

7Ara 

10 



6 
6 



6 

5f 

15 
15 

4i 

10 acres, 

2ni, 

12i 

m 

33 

a 

4 

5 



H 

8 
6 acres 
11 m. 
11 
30 acres. 

4 ni. 

4 m. 



? 






Period. 



12 months 
12 „ .. 



2 
12 12 



C 12 
12 



6 
12 

12 

C 

7 

2 

2 

6 

6 

12 

6 

() 

6 

3 

f. 

2 

6 

G 

12 


18 

G 
6 

6 

G 

24 



G 1 12 
12 12 



from Feb. 1, '06. 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG). 
from do 



(to Aug. 31, '05). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from n 



(to Sep. 30, '05). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from M 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

120 00 

110 00 

58 95 
55 00 

147 00 
130 00 

235 11 

78 37 

99 48 
327 80 

22 50 

162 90 

124 00 

125 00 

72 00 

115 00 
124 50 

124 50 
574 00 

35 00 
110 03 

125 00 
300 00 
180 00 

298 00 
72 00 
75 00 

225 00 
75 00 

12 50 

12 50 

2( 00 

149 00 

45 00 



B-78 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



St. Francois du Lao and St. Pie de 
G'lire. 

St. Franqois Xavier de Brompton 
and \Vind.sor Mills 

St. Gabriel de Brandon and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Gabriel de Brandon and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Genevieve and Saraguayville. . . 

St. Germain de Grantham and Rail- 
way Station 

St. (iuillanme and Railway Station. 

St. Helene de Bagot and Railway 
Station 

St. Henri de Montreal and Railway 
Station . . 

St. Hermas and Railway Station. . . 
do do 

St. Hermenegilde and Villetto. . 
do do .... 

St. Hilaire Station and Railway 
Station 

St. Hilaire Station and St. Jean 
Baptiste de Rouville 

St. Hippolyte de Kilkenny and 
Shawbridge. . 

St. Hubert and Railway Station. . . 

St. Hugue.s and Railway Station. . . 

St. Hyacinthe and Railway Station 

(c.p.) ■ 

St. Hyacinthe and Railway Station 
".C 



(I. 



• ). 



St. Hyacinthe and Railway Station 

(G.t.) ,., 

St. Hyacinthe; and Railway Station 

(Q-S.) 

St. Hyacinthe and Letter Boxeb , . . 
St. Isidore and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

St. Isidore Junction and Railway 

Station 

St. Jacques and Railway Station. . . 
St. Jacques le Miiieur and St. 

Philippe 

St. Jacfjues Nord and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. Janvier and Railway Station. . 
St. Jean and Railway Stations (C. V. 

and C.P.) '. ... 

St. Jean and Railwav Stations (C. V. 

and C.P.) ■ 

St. Jean and St. Luc 

St. Jerome and Railway Station 

(C.P.) 

St. Jerome and Railway Station 

(G.N.) 

St. Joachim de Shefford and Warden 

St. Joseijh deSorel .and Sorel 

St. Jovite and Railway Station . . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



T. Proulx 

J. Labbe 

T. Michaud. . . . 

E. Beausoliel . . . 
T. Boileau 

P. Houle... . 
H. Chamberland 

L. Dery 

J. B. Breault , . . 

J. Paradis 

J. Lacombe 

U. Dupuis 

C. Mnrin 

F. Martin 

E. Lemonde. . . . 

N. Nadon 

A. David. . . . 
A. Houle. . . . 

M. Cordeau 

do 

U. H.Robert... 

Cadorette and 

Beaujne 

M. Cordeau .... 

A. Uubuc 

J. A. Gregoire. . 

F. Baillargeon. 

G. Forest 

A. Duchene 

C. Pelletier 

M. Sauriol . ... 

\V. Moore 

J. Barsalon . . . 
M. Marsan 

A. Charbonneau 

do 
M. B. Bachand. 
F. Peloquin. . . . 
J. Meilleur 



A 
3 

1 
i 

9 acres. 

380 yds. 
4 
4 
3 
3 

100 yds. 

5 

5? 

J 

H 
h 



100 ft. 

11 



1 

18 acres. 



20 acres. 



6 

G 

24 

24 
3 

12 
12 

12 

48 
C 
6 
3 
8 

42 

12 

3, G 

7 
13 

12 

12 

17 



12 
12 

50 

50 



24 

12 
6 
6 




Period. 



Amount. 



12 months 

12 n 

n n (to iJec. 31, '05). 

II from II 

12 ,1 

12 1 

12 „ 

12 

12 ,1 

n (to Dec. 31, '05) 

6 II from II 

3 I, (to Sept. 30, '05. 
9 II from II 

12 II 

12 II 

12 

13 I, 

12 II 

12 > 

12 ,1 

12 I, .' 

12 „ 

12 It 

4 11 (to Oct. 31, '05). 

8 II from II 

12 II 

12 , 

12 ,1 

12 I. 

12 II . . 

9 I. (to Apr. 30, 'Ofi). 

3 ,1 from 

12 .1 

12 ,1 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 I, 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 



B 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



St. Jovite and Railway Station. . . 

St. Jude and Railway Station 

Ste. Julienne and Railway Station. 

St. Lambert and Railway Station . . 

St. Lazare and Railway Station. . . . 
do do 

St. Ligiiori and Railwa}' Station. . . 

St. Loni.s de Bonsecours and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Lonis de Gonzagues and Rail- 
way Station , . 

St. Louis Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. Louis Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. Louis Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Ste. Madeleine and Railway Station 

St. Malo and Railway Station, . . . 

St. Maroil and Cavignac Railway 
Station 

St, Marcil and Cavignac Railway 
Station 

Ste. Marguerite Station and Rail- 
way Station 

Ste. Martine and Railway Station. . 
do do 

St. M.athias and Village Richelieu. . 

St. Michel de Rongemont and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Michel de Rougemont and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Michel Station and Railway 
Station 

Ste. Monique and St. Augustine 
Railway Station 

Ste. Monique and St. Augustine 
Railway Station 

St. Nazaire and Railway Station. . . 

do do 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



J. Longpre. . . 
F. X. Leblanc . . 
D. Ethier 

D. O. Davies . . 

C. Marcil 

O. Pilon 

T. Lapointe. . . 

A. St. Martin. . 

E. Campbell. . . 
W. Marchand. . 
A. Lefebvre . . . 



A. Roy 

T. D. Rainville 
C. Breault 



.IS 



83 yds. 

5 acres. 

U 
I 

2' 

2 

li 

9 aci'es. 

4 
no yds. 
110 yd.^*. 



o f. 



S. Dumaine 

S. Dumaine . . . . 

J. B. .1. Prefon 

taine 

P. Bedard 

C. Primeau 

J. B. Adam . . . . 

R. Fontaine . . . 

C. Ostigny. . . . 

E. Isabelle . , . 

A. Richer . 

L. Langevin 
O. Vertefeuille 

do 



St. Norbert and Railway Station . .'H. Rondeau. 
St. Ours and St. Roch Railway 

Station ... I A. Oirard . . 

St. Ours Lock and St. Ours i A. Proulx , . . 

St. Paul and Railway Station |E. Latour . . 

St. Paul and Verdun .J. Orsali 



018 



I 150 ft. 
20 acres. 
20 acres. 



in 
200 ft. 
2 



St. Paul I'Ermite and Railway Sta- 

^ tion (G.N.)... C. Seguin 

St. Paulin, Railway Station and 

Himter^town P. Guiguere . . 

St. Phillippe d'Argenteuil and Rail- 
way Station M. Leclair . . . 

St. Philippe de Laprairie and Rail- 
way Station !g. A. LeBlanc. 

Ste. Philomene and Railway StationlF. Labrie. . . , 
do .do I M .... 



3i 
3i 



2i 

]| 

1 

1 



10 acres. 

3 

1 

G acres 
•2h m. 

"23 



Period. 



6 j]2 months . . 

12 Il2 
12 il2 
12 jl2 
12 9 
12 3 
12 12 



12 12 

12 12 

12 3 

12 3 



. . . . () 

18 12 

6 |12 



6 I 2 

6 10 



12 112 

18 : c 

18 6 
6 ;12 

12 ' 9 

12 '■ 3 
12 



6 • 5 
6 9 



12 12 

12 12 
(J 12 

18 ,12 
6 10 



4 12 

12, 6 12 

12 12 

18 12 

ti 4 

(i 8 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from IP 



Amount. 



(to Sept. 30, "05). 
(to Dec. 31, '05).. 
from II 



(to Aug. 31, '05) . 
frorr. u 



(to Dec. 31, '05).. 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '00). 
from II 



(to .Jan. 31, '06).. 

from II 

24 days (to Apr. 

24, '06) .... 
6 days (from Apr. 

24, '06) 

5 day.<! (to May 
5, '06) 

(to bct.'si,' '05),'. 
from II 



$ cts. 

20 00 
30 00 

125 00 
36 00 

105 00 

35 00 
140 00 

40 00 

270 00 ' 

S 75 

8 75 

17 50 

90 00 

120 00 

36 91 
166 23 

12 00 
32 50 
32 50 

125 00 

60 00 

20 00 
30 00 
87 50 
.54 16 
81 59 

21 46 
173 00 

75 00 

75 00 
120 00 

50 76 
150 00 
150 00 

40 00 

72 72 
28 33 
62 32 



B -80 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 




St. Pie and Rail way Station 

St. Placide and St. Scliolastique. . . 
do do 

St. Pierre de Sorel and Sorel 

St. Polycarpe and Railway Station. 

St. Polyoarpe and Railway Station. 

St. Robert and Railway Station.. , 

St. Romain and St. Sebastien Rail- 
way Station ... 

St. Romain and St. Sebastien Rail- 
way Station 

St. Rosalie and Railwa> Stn.(G.T. ) 

Ste. Rose and Railway Station . . 

St. Sauveur and Railway Station.. 

Ste. Schola.stique and Railway Stn. 

St. Seba.stien and Stanbridge Stn. . 

St. Sebasitien and Venice 

St. Simon and Railway Station .... 

Ste. Sophie du Lac and Railway 
Station :..... 

St. Stanislas de Kostka and Rail- 
way Station I 

St. Telesphore and Railway Station 

St. Theodosie and Vercheres. ..... 

Ste. Tlierese and Railway Station. . 
do do 

St. Thomas de Joliette and Railway 
Station 

St. Tiniothee and Railway Station, 

St. Urbain and Railway Station.. . . 

Ste. Victoire and Sorel 

St. Vincent de Paul and Railway 
Station 

St. Zotique and Railway Station. . . 

Sabrevois and Railway Station .... 

Savages Mills and Railway Station. 

Sawyerville and Railway Station.. 

Scotch Weedon and Weedon 

Scotstown and Railway Station. . . 

ShawbridgH and Railway Station. . 

Shawenogan and Railway Station 
((i- N.) 

Shawenegan Falls and Railway Stn 

Shawenegan Junction and Railway 
Station 

Sherbrooke and Railway Stations 
(C.P., B.M., and t^.C.) . . 

Sherbrooke and Railway Stations 
(C.P., B.M., and C^C.) 

Sherbrooke, Street Letter Box and 
Sherbrooke East 

Sherbrooke and .Stoke Centre 

Sherrington and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Sixteen Island Lake and Ry. Station 

Slatington and Windsor North. . . . 
do do 

Smiths Mills and Railway Station. . 

Sorel and Railway Station (M. & S. ) 

Sorel and Railway Station (Q.S.) 



J. Laperle . . . 

F. Pilon 

B. Groulx . . . . 
S. Sal vail. 

M. Cote 

F. Brouillard.. 
H. Dup.e 



V. Boulanger. . . 

A. Collet 

D. Vertefeuille. . 
J. Robert. . . . 

E. Aubrey 

A. Cyr 

E. Dupont 

T. Hunter 

J. A. Beauchamp 

P. Traversy .... 

A. Raymond .... 

E. Daoust 

W. Chagnon .... 
J. Desjardin . . . 
M. Desjardin. . . 



H. Coutu 

C Leboeuff, Jr 
Z. Bergevin. , . . 
A. Paulhus 



C. Hogue 

A. Leger. 

A. M. White. .. 
E. H. Tainlin. . . 
H. H. Hunt... 

D. T. Me Donald 

R. B. Scott 

D. Shaw 

P. Lapolice 

T. Lambert 



J. L. Goulet. . 350 yds. 
D. W. Armstrong 
d. 



100yd.s. 
b acres. 



Sm. 



0.82 

i 

18 

64 

3| 

30 acres. 

5 acres. 

5 acres. 





10 acres. 

U in. 

4 

9 

20 acres. 

2 
5 acres. 

I 

i 



D. W. Armstrong 
J. Malerifant . . . 
.r. A. Fortin ... 
F. X. Tremblay. 
T. I iandon .... 
S. H. Thibault.. 
P. Brouillard . . . 
C. A . Jenkins. . . 
J. B. Cournoyer. 
J. B. Cournoyer. 



9^m 

2i 
21 



7 acres 

hm 



12 12 months. 

1 2 

6 10 
2 



(> 
12 
18 
12 

2 
12 

2 
12 

"12 

12 
12 
6 
29 
29 

12 

18 

6 

6 

18 
12 
12 

6 
12 

2 
12 
12 

12 

18 

12 

38 



12 il2 



(to Aug. 31, '05) 
from II 
(from Feb. 1"06) 



(to Oct. 31, '05) 
from II 



(to Aug. 31, '05) 
from II 



(to Sept, 30, "05). 
from II 2. . 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG). 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MONTREAL DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-81 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 




South i5olton. Mansonvilleand East- 
nuin Junction 

Soutli Bolton and Eastman Junction 

South Ijolton and Mansonville Rail- 
way Station 

South Koxton and Railway Station 

South St\ikely and Hail way Station 

Spring Hill and Railway Station. . . 

Spring Hill and Stornowa.y 

do ,do 

.Stanbridge Ea.st and Ry. Station. . . 
do do 

Stanstead and Railway Station . . 

Stanstead Junction and Hy. Station 
do do 

Staynerville and Railway Station.. 

Stonefield and St. Philipfm Railway 
Station 

Stonetield and St. Philippe Railway 
Station . . 

Stonefield .and Stonefield Heights, , 

Stornoway and Tolsta 

Siuuinerlea and Di.xie Ry Statior 
Sutton and Railway Station. . 

Sutton and West Sutton 

Sutt n .Junction and Ry. Station. 
Sweetsburg and Railway Station. 



C.G.Green.... ]2^^ 

A. D. Savage . . 75 yd.s. 
W. R. Johnston. 'iin 

1). M. McDonald 2S0 yd 



M. H. McDonald 
C Bourque. . . . 
( ). R. Anderson 

R. .Kidd 

H. A. Channell 
0. H. Gordon. . 
H. I. Bullock.. 



'.hn 

!) 
43rds 
43 rds 

(30 vds. 
GO 



H. Faquin 30 yds. 



D. V. Ca 



T. & J. B. Cham- 
bers 

R. C. Brown. .. 
A. McDonald. . 
S. Constantineau 
D. S. Bickford.. 
J. B. Strong 
A. W. Westover 
.7. Powers .... 



Terrebonne and Railway Station. . . (). Lebeau .. . 
Titus Station and Railway Station. I'. W:iid . . . 
Three Rivers aiid Railway Station. T. Chevalier 
Three Rivers and Street Letter 

Bo.xes ,T. Chevalier. 



Valcovu't and Railway Station 

Valcourt and West Ely 

Valleyfield and Ry. Station (G.T.) 
\^ do do (\.Y.C. 

Valleyfield and Street Letter Box. . 
Valniorin and Railway Station. . . . 
do do 

Valois and Railway Station 

Varennes and Railway Station 

Vanohi.se and Railway Station 

V;uidieuil and Railway Station. . . . 
Vercheres and Railway Station. . . . 
Versailles and Railway Station. . . . 
Village Richelieu and Ry. Station.. 
Village St. Onge and Ry. Station. . 



Bisaillon. 

Motfatt 

Rapin 

do 

Desparois . . 

Duperrault. 
H. Dunham 
G. Valois . 
Malo. . . 

Turcotte ... 
Gauthier . . . , 
Dulude . 
Choquette. . 

I'-es.seLto 

Marchaiid . . . 



9ni 



1 

3i 
30 yds. 



J 

4 

3^ 



7 

I 

10 acres 



3 acres 
i5 acres 
12 acres 
Urn 
12 acres 
12 acres 
im 
5 acres 



G 10 
12 12 

G 112 

12 12 

G ( 1 



11 
(i 

G 



24 12 



24 
24 



18 12 
G 11 



(to July 21, V5). 
from ti II 

(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from II II 

(to Mar. 31, 'Of,). 
from I, ,1 



and 21 davs to' 
June 21, 'OCk. . 



G 1) days from 
3 12 months . . 

12 



do 



2 

12 112 

12 112 

3 12 

12 12 

12 12 



24 12 
12 12 

49 ,12 

18 :12 



Warden and Railway Station [L. E. Richardson 4G rds 

Waterloo and Ridlway Stations (C. ! ; 

P.andC.V.) L. G. Greene. . .[ j|m 

Waterloo and Railway Stations (C. [ 

P.andC.V.) J. P. Heath 1 ^m 

24— b6 



12 12 I, 

6 12 I, 
24 .X 30 12 „ .... 

24 :12 ,1 

G [12 I, 

G Part of season, 1905. 
C : Part of season, 1900 . 

12 ,12 months 

12 , 



18 
6 
12 
18 
12 
IS 
12 



12 12 
24 3 
24 ! 9 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II II 



225 00 
20 00 
60 00 
-40 00 
26 08 

209 00 
25 00 
25 00 
50 00 
3G 00 
12 00 
18 00 



291 75 



8 25 


39 00 


43 00 


75 00 


60 00 


60 00 


52 50 


75 00 


133 32 


50 00 


383 70 



120 00 



98 00 
170 00 
65 82 
98 48 
36 00 
39 50 
19 .56 
fir. 00 
74 00 
10 00 
70 00 
72 00 
62 60 
(i? .5(i 
74 00 



100 CO 
22 50 
67 50 



B-82 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B—Conti7iued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Montreal Postal Division, 

&c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Waterville and Railway Station . . . 

Weir and Railway Station 

West Bronie and Railway Station. . 
West Sheffield and Railway Station 
White's Station and Railway Station 
Wickham West and Railway Station 
Windsor Mills and Railway Station 
do do 

Woodlands and Railway Station. . . 



Yamachiche and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Yamaska and Railway Station. . . , 
Yamaska Kast and Railway Station 



F. E. Hotham 

Co 

C. M. Davis , 
C. E. Pettes . . . 
W. J. Glascott 
W. Watson. . . . 

F. Cormier 

P. L. McCabe., 
M. Bye 

G. Faubert. .. 



k 
50 yds. 
J& i m 

' k 

100 ft. 

5 acres 

400 ft. 

400 



P. Pellerin.... 

N. Gelinas i '^ 

A. B. Robidoux. acres 

A. Lasalle ' 1 acre 



Total 

Less amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund. 






12 
G 
1? 
12 
6 
12 
12 
12 

12 



Period. 



3 mos. from June 1, '00. 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

1 



and 10 days from 
May Vi; '06.... 
Part of season, 1005- '06. . 



12 10 

12 j 2 
18 12 
18 12 



(to April 30, '00). 
from M .. 



Amount. 



S cts. 

15 65 
10 00 
78 2o 
50 00 
25 00 
45 00 
125 20 

.31 50 

60 00 



45 8S 

9 17 

75 00 

45 00 

103,048 99 
177 79 

103,771 20 



MAIL TRANSI'OliTATJON— OTTAWA DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-83 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



OTTAWA POSTAL DIVISION. 



Det.vil of all payments for Mail Tiansportation in Ottawa Po.^tal Division, made 
within the Yeai- ended June 30, 1906.. 



Nan It- of Route. 



Alexandria and Kiikliill 

Alexandria and McCrimmon 

Alexandria and Railway Station. , 

Alfred and Montebello 

Alfred and Railway Crossing 

Algonquin and Brockville 

do do 



Algoncjuin and Glenmore 

Algonquin Park and Ry. Station. 

Alice and Pembroke 

AUuinette Island and Pembroke.. 

Almonte and Clayton 

Almonte and McKinley 

Almonte and Railway Station 

Althorpe and Maberly 

Angers and Cousineau 

Angers and Railway Crossing 

Apple Hill and Mattintown 

Apple Hill and Railway Station... 
Appleton and Carleton Place . . . . 

Archer and Bouck's Hill 

Arklan and Rosetta 

Arnprior and Ry. Station (G.T. ). . 

do do (C. P.) . 

do do 

Arnprior and White Lake 

Ashdad and Railway Station . . . 



Ashton and Prospect 

Ashton and Railway Station. 
Aston ville and Wi.-awasa. . . . 

Augsbuig and Kgaii ville 

Aultsville and Bush Glen 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Dewar . . . . 
M. McLeod. , 
A. .T. McDonald 
O. Laroque. . . . 
H. Wilson .... 
•I. Halfpenny . . 
A. Throop. . . 



C. .1. Johns. . . . 
(i. Bartlett 

A. F. Stresnian, 
M. McGuire... 
R. T. Whalen... 

T. Dutrizac 

H. Cochran 

W. J. Norris. . . . 

B. Vallieres 

L. Moncion 

M. J. Martin... 

M. A. Grant 

K. Kitts 

•J. Warren 

T. Young 

.J. J. Grace 

do 

A. Doolan 

A. McNab 

T. Brydges 






40 



do 



do 



Aultsville and East Williamsburg. 

Aultsville and Nudell Bush 

Avonmore and Lodi 

Avonniore and Railway Station . 
Aylwin and Railway Station . . . 



do 
do 



do 
do 



W. Burrows . 
N. H. Conn. . 
N. Ouellette. 
J. Wodtke.. 
G. Summers. 

do 



W. Pruner 

H. Casselman. , 
U. Canieron . . . 
S. E. Shaver . . . 
D. A. Little . . . 



11 
i) 
1 

11 
3 

lOA 

m 

3 

yds. 

' 11 

7 

10 
20 
i 

m 

c 

i 

b 

i 

4i 

3 

i 



12 
25 

11 
2 







H. Anderson.. . , 
S. M. Reid 



IDS. 

4' 

2^ 
1 

2^ 

2 

2 



() 
(i 
24,18 

12 

G 

3 

12 
1 
2 



2 
12 

24 

12 

3 

2 

12 

30 

12 

(5 

3 

3 
G 
3 
3 
2 

IIW. 

3 
3 
G 
24 
6 

12 



Period. 



months 



6 112 
3 12 

36 12 

2 12 



,12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

7 
12 
12 
12 
12 

5 

12 
12 
12 
12 
5 



(toAug. 31'05) 

ifrom Aug. 31, 

'05) 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

255 00 
380 00 
154 .50 
359 00 
100 00 
02 50 



(from Dec. '05) 



(3 dys. fron 29 
Jan. 'OG) 



5 dys. (to Dec. 

5 '05) 

2G dys. (from 

Dec. 5 '05)... 



•24— B6i 



and 15 dys. (to 
Jan. 15, '00). 

and u; dys. (to 
Jan. 15, '05). 

and U dys. (to 
Jan. 15, '05). 



312 50 


120 00 


10 00 


.55 00 


114 00 


219 00 


175 00 


150 24 


105 00 


50 00 


9i) 00 


200 00 


143 52 


184 00 


84 00 


18 20 


140 00 


295 00 


200 00 


398 00 


10 56 


1^9 00 


100 00 


15G 00 


70 00 


33 49 


52 34 


75 00 


45 00 


89 00 


200 00 


54 71 


91 67 


28 36 



B-84 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 19C7 



APPENDIX B~Continued. 



DETAlt of all payments foi- Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Bainsville and Curry Hil! 

Beamsville and Railway Station.. . , 
Balderson and Prestonvale . . . , . , 
Balvenie and Strains Corners .... 

Barb and Railway Station 

Bark Lake and Barry's Bay 

Barry's Bay and Railway Station. 
Barr3'vale and Railway S'ation. . 
Ba.^katong and Maniwaki 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Bassin du Lievre and Ry. Cro.ssing. 

Beachbiirg and Railway Station.. . 

do do . . . . 



Bcarhrook and Vars 

Bell ^[outit and Otter Lake. . . 

Bell Rapids and Purdy 

Bellmeade and Reids Mills... 

Berwick atid Glenpayne 

Berwick and Railway Station. 

Billerica and Prescott 

Bishop's Mills and Pre.scott. . 
do do 



J. K. Curry;. . . 
D. ]). McCuaij?. 
W. McFarUne 

.J. Holly 

A. A. LeRoy . 

K. Skuce 

W. Kir wan. . . 

J. Barry 

A. Nault 



L. Proulx. . 
T. Appleby. 
J. Thacker. 



I. H. Lemond 
.T. .J. Dagenais 

J. Hicks 

J. D. McPhail 
.). D. MacTnnes 
-r. W. Hutt. 
E. A. Pritchard 

S. Paul 

VV. H. Baker 



Bissetts Creek and Railway .Station |(t. T. Murray, 
do do do B. Barlow 



Blackburn and Orleans 

Black Donald and Mt. St. Patrick. 

Blakeney and Railway Station 

Blanch and Echo Beach 

Blue Sea Lake and Ry Station 

Boilea\i and .St. Remi d' Amherst. . . 

Boileau and Vernet . . 

B i- Franc and -i aiiiwaki 

Booth and Dunioine 

Boiifleld and Cheswick 

do do 

Bonfield and Railway Station. . . . 
Bonnechere and Killaloe Station. . . 

do do .... 

Borromee and Orleans 

Bouchette, Railway Station and Six 

Portages 

Bouch'.s Hill and Froatburn. . 
Bowesville and Railway Station . . . 
Braeside and Railway Station 

do do 

Bradley Creek and Leiriieu.K 

Bray's Crossing and Railway Cross- 
ing 

Breadalbane .'ind Vankleek Hill. . . . 
Brennan and Railway Station. 

Bristiil .and Railway Station 

Bristol Mines and Elmside 

Bristol Mines and Wynian 

Bristol Ridge and Caldwell 

Britannia Bay and Railway Station 
Brockville and Morristown, N. V". . 

do do 



.J. Farmer. . . 
J. Moore.. 
R. F. Stewart 

A. Smaiien. . . 
J. St. .lean.. . . 
a. C Bellenger 
O. Charron.. . 
H. Dufour. ... 
J. R. Booth. . . 

B. Perron 

do 

M. CahiU 

W. A. George 

do 
T. Vachon ... 



F. Nault. .. 
A. Froats . . 
A. Graham. 
.T. (iillies . . 
(iillies Bros. 
J. Leroux 



E. Kellv 

C. Campbell . 
,A. F. R<)bin.son 

.T. Laird 

iVL M. McCredie 
•f. Ade .... 
S. A. W. Homer 
B. McAmmond 
W. P. Wells... 
R. Eyre 



5 
1 

H 

30 vds. 
150 yds. 
36 



i& 



3 
13 

3 

12 

8 

3i 
3i 



IG 
6 



200 yds. 
200 yds. 

3 

10 

n 
1? 

16 
1 

11 
3 
9 



10 

10 

1 

23 

4" 

5&2 
4 
2 



300 yds. 
5 

300 yds. 
3A 
3" 
-U 
21 

185 yds. 
2 
2 



^ii 



6 o. 



Period. 



3 1 12 months. 



12 


12- M 


3 


12 


4 


12 


6 


12 


1 


12 


12 


12 


6 


12 


1 


6 


6 


12 


6 


6 


G 


G 


6 


12 


3 


12 


1 


12 


3 


12 


3 


12 


12 


12 


12 


4 


6 


3 


6 


9 


12 


6 


12 


G 


2 


12 


1 


12 


G 


12 



Amount. 



15dys.;from 17 
Dec. '05) .... 



(to Dec. 31, '05) [ 

(from Dec. 31, 

'05) I 



(to Oct. 30, '05) 
(to Sept. 30, '05) 
(from Sept. 30, 

'05) 

(to Dec. 31, '05) 
(from Dec. 31, 

'05) 



G tri[)s ^ 

6 12 months. . .7 

3 12 
•2 12 

12 M 

12 M 

G n:onths &6d.toJuneG'06 
5 M 25 do from do 

13 

14d.toMch.l4'0G 
17 do from do 



7&6 

2 

6 

12 

12 

3 

2 
3 

12 
6 
3 
(> 
3 
12, 18 
(i 
6 



17d.fr'mDecl5'05 



to Mar. 31, '06. 
from do 



to Mar. 21, 'OH. 
from do 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— OTTAWA DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-85 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Hsxtne of Route. 



Brockville and Transfers G.T. .. 

Brockville & Railway Station, C. P. 

Brockville and Street Letter Boxes. 

Brodie and Glen Robertson 

Bromley and" Don las 

Biooke and Wemyss .... 

Brudenell and Copp 

Brule Lake Station and Railway 
Station 

Bryson and Portage d\i ]'\irt 

Bryson and Railway Station 

Buch man and Chalk River 

Buekinsh:un and Mayo 

Buckingham and Notre Dame de la 
Salette 

Buckingham and Railway Station. 

Bu !d Mills and (Jolden Lake 

Bulk's Corners and Morth Nation 
Mills 

Burk's Corners and North Nation 
Mills 

Burnstown and Renfrew 

do do 

Burnstown and Springtown 

Burritt's Rapids and North Mon- 
tague 



Calabogie and Railway Station . . . 

Caldwell and Glengyle 

Caldwell's Mills and Railway Stat'n 
Caledonia S[)ringsand Railway Stn. 

do do 

do do 

Caledonia Springs and Ritchance . . 



Calumet Inland and Dunraven 

Calumet Island and Railway Stat'n 

Calven and Mattawa 

Calven and Wilson's Springs .... 
Cambridge and Railway Station. . . 

Camelot and Railway Station 

CamjibeH's Bay and Railway Stat'n 
Campbell's Bay and Smith's Corners 

Canaan and Sarsfield 

Cannamore and Chesterville 

Oantley and Kirk's Ferry 

Cantley and Lucerne 

do do 

Cardinal and Hyndman 

Cardinal and Railway Station. .. 

Cardinal and Shanley 

d.. do 

do do 

Carliton Place and McCreary 

Carleton Place and Railway Station 
do do 



Carp and Huntley W. H. Bleeks. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W. J. Clow. . . 

do 
J. McKenna. . 
W. Sabourin. . 
A. W. Ross. . . 
E. Donnelly. . 
T. L. O'Grady 

T. H. Baniet. 
.1. Brownlee . 
J. Brownlee . 
I. J.Walker.. 
•T. O'Callaghan 



G. Latour . 
C. W. Pearson 
J. W. Budd . . . 

P. Lacoste . . . 



J. Brioault.. . . 
R. MoGowan. 
J. B. Harris . 
A. Wilson . . . . 



H. Thompson. . 



F. H. Baxter. 
R. Hornei'. . . . 
M. McDonald 
I. Lalonde .. . 

do 

do 

do 



J. O'Hare 
■L E. Cahill .. 
J. Perrault . . . 
.1. Wilson .... 
O. Mayhotte. 
A. New ... . 
T. E. Mousseau 
D. D. Smith.. 
N. Daoust .... 
M. Robinson . 
M. Reid ... 
D. McMillan. 
C. Panuin. . . . 
A. M. 'Ludlow 
1'. J. Dillon , . 

L. Grant . 
H. Anderson . . 

C. Bush 

D. Sinclair . . 
J. McFavlane. 
P. P. Salter . . 



P 



20 yds. 
1 

3f 
6 
2^ 
3 
5 



150 yds. 


1-2 


8 





5 


12 


10 


1 


8 


3 



18, 
3 

4i 



350 yds. 
350 yds. 
350 yds. 



2.50 yds. 
50 yds. 
i 
40 vds. 
3 
3 
11 
3 
10 
19 
13/^ 
1 



8h 
4' 



^^ 



daSw 
24 
2 



12 

6 

12 

18 

12 

12, 18 

G 

C 
13 
3 
3 
6 
G 
12 
2 
G 
G 
G 
2 
2 
3 
14 

3& 6 
G 
6 
6 
48 
6 

G 



Period. 



12 montlis 

12 „ 

12 ,. 

12 „ 

12 ., 

12 „ 

3 ,, 1.5d.toOct 15, '05 

12 n 

12 ., 

12 „ 

12 ., 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 



to Mar. 31, 'OG. 

from do 

to Sept. 30, '05 . 

from do 



Amount. 



to Sept. 30, '05 . . 
to Mar. 31, 'OG. 
from do 
17 d. from Aug. 
15, '05 



12 

12 „ 

2(5 days to July 2G, '05. . 
8 m. 5 d. fr'm July 27, '05 

12 months 

G „ to Dec. 2G, 05 . . 
12 „ 

12 n 

12 „ « . . . . 

12 „ 

12 , 

3 „ to Sept. 30, '05.. 

9 n from do 

2 mo. lod.to Sept. 1.5, '05 

12 months (less amount 

previously overpaid). 

i! mos. 7 d. to .Tan. 7, "06 

2 n 25 d. to Mar. 31, OG 

3 M from do 

12 months 

12 ., 

3 ti from Aijril 1, '06 
(night service) 
12 „ 



$ cts. 

2.50 00 

144 00 

129 75 

202 00 

80 00 

45 00 

7 27 

30 00 

120 00 

99 00 

80 00 

137 00 

4G6 50 
300 00 

85 00 

33 75 

11 25 

43 25 

129 75 

90 00 

lOO 00 



87 (;4 
50 00 
60 00 
33 75 
45 00 
26 25 

52 GG 
lis 00 

89 99 
8 12 

55 7G 
25 00 
10 00 
25 00 
50 00 

90 00 
300 00 
160 00 

42 50 

187 50 

36 62 

24 89 

122 06 

72 16 

75 00 

190 00 

310 75 

6 50 

140 00 



B- 



P08T OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Carlsbad Springs and Railway Sta 
tion. . . 'J. 

Carp and Railway Station \V 

Carsonby and North Gower B. 

Carswell and Railway Station A. 

Cascades and Railway Station. . . . S. 

Cash ion's Glen and Cornwall . . T. 

Casselman and Lemieux |.T. 

do do ....... 

Casselman and Railway Crossing, 
G.T 'A. 

Casselman and St. Albert J. 

do do I J. 

Castile and Rochefort T. 

Castleford and Castleford Station. .|\V 

Castleford Station and Ry. Station. |G 

Cawood and Danford Lake G 

Cedar Hall and Pakenham H. 

Chalk River and Railw.ay Station T. 

Chalifoux and Notre Dame de la! 
Salette ... ,M. 

Chapean and Waltliain Station .... A. 

Chard and Pendleton |M. 

Charlton and Heaslip . , L. 

do do i.T. 

Charteris and Greerinoimt S. 

do do J. 

do do S. 

Chartrand and Navan E. 

Chelsea and Old Chelsea. B. 

Chelsea and Railway Station . . H. 

Cheneville and Duhamel |.T. 

Cheneville and Papineauville 'J. 

Clieneville and St. Emile de Suffolk'.!. 

Chesterville and CrysJer IP. 

Chesterville and Morrisburer R. 

Chesterville and Railway Station. . T. 

do do . . J. 
Chichester and Nich.ibau J, 



Q 



Christy's Lake and Marrion 

Chftte au.K Bluets and St. .Tovite. . . 
Clarence and Thurso Railway Stns. 

Clarence Creek and Orient 

Clarence Cnek and Railway Stn. . . 

do do . . . . 

Clarence Creek and Vinette 



Boyd 

. H. Bleeks.. 
Eastman . . . 

Stewart 

E. Wilson. . . 
Lajjlante. . . 

Leronx 

do . 

Lalonde. . . . 
R. Noiseau . . 
Chartrand . . . 

Mullin 

..T. Humphries 
McLaren . . . 

Foster 

H. Connery. 
Field 

Cumming's. 
S. Moloney. 
I. Brown . . . 
McFadden. . 

K. D\tgan . . 
Maxwell .... 

Ralph 

Harrison. . . 
Chartrand . . 
Kenny . . 
B. Prentiss. 
Carriere .... 
Lisette . . . 

Binda 

Onderkirk . . 
McUonell . . 
Flynn .... 

Foote 

Dunn . . 



R. D. Chaplin 
J. Therien .... 
W. Lavergne.. 
E. Lalonde.. . . 
J. Smith ... . 
P. Brunette . . 
E. Vinette . . 



Clayton and Halpenny N. Halpenny . . . 

Clayton and Rosetta I J. Nolan 

"W. .T. Rintoul . . 

T. Clement 

R. Millroy 

A. Johnston . . 

P. Boissonnault. 

J. J. Edwards . 

J. F. Presley . . 

.1. Ross 

N. S. Campbell 



Clayton and Tatlock . 

Clement and Wright 

Clontarf and Cormac 

Clontai f and Foymonnt . ... 
Col)alt and Giroux Lake. 

do do ... 

Cobalt and Railway Station. 

Cobden and Osceola 

Cobden and Railway Station 



I 

500 yds. 
12J 

250 yds. 
6i 
6* 
4 

200 yds. 
■ 8 
5^ 
200 yds. 



5 
9i&9f 
11 
8 
11 
10 
4 
4 
100 vds 
4 & 22.^ 
I 



^fe: 



7U 



12 
12 

3 

3 12 



Period. 



^^mount. 



1 month from .lime 1, '00 

12 months 

12 „ 



24 

12 

2 

3 
3 



12 

3 

6 

G, 3 

24 
6 
6 
3 
6 

12 
2 
3 

12 



to Mar. 31, '06.., 
from do 



12 , 

9months(toMch.31, 06) 

3 11 from 11 

12 1 

12 „ 

12 11 

12 1. 

12 

12 ,1 



Special trips . 
12 months. . . . 
12 



4 

3 

1 

8 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

6 

6 |12 
6 12 



and 14 days (to 

Feb. 14, ''OO). 
14 d. from n 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 
(to Oct. 31, '05) . 
from 11 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 



14 days (from 
Nov. 17, '05).. 



12 12 



3 1, (toSept. 30, '05). 
11 from 11 

7 months 24 days (from 
Nov. 7, '05) , . . 

1 112 .1 

3 12 11 

3 12 1, 

1 Season 1905-'06 



3 


9 mo 


3 


3 1 


6 


4 1 





1 1 


12 


12 1 


3 


12 1 


24 


12 1 



9 mos. (from Oct. 1, '05) 
(to. Sept. 30, '05).! 
(to May 31, '06) 
from II 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— OTTAWA DIVISION 



B-87 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Colquhonn and Dunbar j.T. .T. Colqnliouiii 

Corbeil and Nii)issing; .Junction andj 

Railway Station M. Nf Ian 4i & f. 



Conibermere and Craigniont 

Coniberniere and Railway Station , 
Cornwall and Railway Stn. (G.T.).. 
do _ do (N.Y.&O. 

Cornwall and St. Andrew's West 
Cornwall and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Cornwall and Warina .. 

Cornwall Centre and Millereches. . . 

Co\ittsville and Thornloe 

do do 

Cross Lake and Madawaska 

Crysler and Railway Station. , . 

Cullton and Doucrlas 

Cumbf-rland and Railway Station. . 
Curian and Railway Station. 
Cushing and Little Rideau 



!J. P. O'Brien... 



Dacre and Ksiuonde 

Dacre and Grritfitli 

do do 

do do 

Da.lkeith and Railway .Station 

Danford Lake and Railway Station 

Daniston and Ottawa 

Darcyville and Micaville 

do do 

Davidson and Railway Station 

Davis Mills and Pembroke 

Deux Kiviere and Halfway 



C. Hudson . . . 
McFarlane. . . 
.T. McDonald 
W. Crawford. 
.T. McDonald 
W. Crawford. 

Tyo 

Coutts . 

do 

. Pilgrim. . . . 

Smirl 

Cull 

W. McDonald 
Lalonde. . . . 
Little, .Jr. .. . . 




P. Curry 

.J. Varvin 

IB. Hunter 

.J. Lesfeve. ..... 

A. M"Leod.... 

H. Heeney 

L. Pronix' 

.J. .J. McParl.and 

K. P. Kellv 

F. W. Brennan. 
R. K. Davis . . 
R. Ransom . . 



Deux Rivieres and Railway StationiT. Legge 

Diamond and Kinburn .J. McMillan . . . . 

Dixon and Wales H. Bartle 

Dixon's Corners and Dundela . I. Dixon 

Dominionville, Maxville and Rail-I 

wav .Station W. Dourett 

Douglas and Railway Station, C.P. [T. Neville 

do do G.T.iT. Enright 

Doyle and Sheenborough iM. Meers 

Duclos and East Oldfield F. P. Lafond.. . . 



Duck)s .and Wakefield 

Diuibar and Grantley 

DunrAbin and Railway .Station. 
Dyer and Moose Creek 



A. E. 



Brasher . 
do 



Earlton and Milberta 

Earlton and Railway Station 

Ea.itnian's Springs and Railway 

St.ation 

Ea-ston's Corners and Railway Stn.. .J. R. Spry 
Easton'sCornersand WolfordCentrejW. H. (iardiner 
East Templeton and Railway Stn. . I A. Lariviere. ... 



13 

1 

li 

8 

4 
20 

2i 

3' 

3 
13 
■.i 

4 

2i 
2i 
4i 



6 

18 

9 

9 

i 
5 
lOi 

c 

(i 

35 ft. 

8 

14 

i 
34 

7 
4 

3&i 

U 
12" 

a 



F. Perron . . . i 1.5 

W. L. Hart . . . . ! 5 

.1. Smith : 20-214 

F. McRae 3 



J. Boyd. 



84 

3 

4 
3" 

54 



Period. 



3 12 months. . 



12 112 

2 12 

12 12 

12 ,12 

C 12 



t; 
i; 

12 

() 

6 

1 
1 

12 

1 

3 W.- 

IS.. 

12 

3 

(! 

3 



12 
12 

9 
3 
13 
112 
12 
i 9 

|li 

112 
12 
jl2 
12 
12 



6 12 

12 112 
12 |12 



() ]l2 

3 12 

3 '2 

3 12 



12 11 
(i 12 

2 ,12 
12 12 



10 days (from 
Feb. '19, '06) .. 

17 days (from 
.Jan. 15, '00) . . 



(to March 31, 'OG) 

from n 



Amount. 



(to Alarcii 31,'0(;; 
from .1 



(to March 31, '06) 
from ir 



(to Mar. 31, 'OIS), 



(to Oct. 31, "05). 
from M 

(from -July 1, '05) 



$ cts. 
182 00 

10 00 

23 0(! 

101 00 

20 00 

250 00 

150 CO 

253 00 

225 00 

(iS 00 

30 OO 

18 75 

52 00 

87 00 

70 00 

195 00 

1.50 00 

140 00 



(iO 00 
200 00 
18(1 75 

(>2 25 

02 (iO 
150 00 
305 00 

2(i 25 
S 50 
1 00 

50 00 

195 00 
.55 CO 
9'; 00 

225 00 
89 41 

118 18 

49 00 
98 00 
7(i 00 

50 00 

215 00 
70 00 

400 00 
50 00 



2G 00 
53 33 

(i3 14 
181) 00 

78 00 
110 00 



B-88 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued, 



Name of Route 



Eauclaiie and Galston .... 

Eauclaire and Railway Station 

Edward.s and Railway Station . . . T 

Eganville and Foymount 

Eganville and Gernianicus 

Eganville and Railway Station, G.T 
do do C.P 

Eganville and Perrault 

Elm and Railway Cr.js>iing 

Elmside and Railway Station 

Einbrun and Longtinville 

Embi'un and Railway Station 

Emmett and Killaloe Station 

Ettyville and Pendleton 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. S. McDonald 
A. Ryan. .. 
. H. Jacque.s. 
J. Tennant. . 

A. Sack .... 
I. Bulger 

B. P. Hartney. 

M. Power 

E. J. Moorhead 
M.M.McCreadie 
L. Mahew . . . 

I. Bruyere . . 

C. G. 6'Grady 
H. McCauley. 



Fabvre and Montreal River 

Fabvre and Ville Marie 

Fairfield East and Railway Station. 
Farran's Point and O.snabruckCentre 

do do 

Farran's Point and Railway Station 
Farreliton and Railway Station. . . . 

Farrellton and Stagsburn 

Fa^sett.< and Railway Station 

Ferguson's Falls and Perth 

FernieNeuve and Rajude I'Orignal. 

Fielding and Veno^ta 

Finch and Goldtield 

Finch and Railway Stations 

Fitzroy Harbour and Galleta 

do do 

Fitzroy Harbour and Woodlavvn . . . 
Fleury and Greys Railway Station. 
Flower Station and Railway Stn . . . 
Folger Station and Railway Station 

Fort Cou'onge and Leclair 

Fort Coulonge and Railwaj' Station 
Fort Coulonge and Schyan ... 
Fort William and Pembroke. . . 

Fort William and Wharf 

Fournier and Routhier 

Franktown and Railway Station 



Gagnon and McAuley's Siding. 

Galbraith and Middleville 

Galetta and Railway Station. . . 



A. Verhelst. 
W. (xagne. 
S. E. Johns. . . 

C. Cryderman 
•J. A. Cameron 
J. A. Sheets. . 
E. M. Farrell. 
A. McDonald. 
¥. Thomas . . . 
J. H. Morris . 
L. Lafontaine. 
P. Mahoney 
.J. McMahon . 

D. G. McMillan 

C. Weir 

S. R. Learmonth 
H. Wsatherdon. 

A. Bean 

S. M. Lyon. . . . 

W. Lee.. 

C. (xerniain 

G. E. Jewell. . . 

do 
A. S. Maloney.. 

J. McCool 

H. Blaney 

R. Pierce 



do 



do 



Gaudette and Kiopewa 

Gillies Depot and Railwaj' Station.. 
Glasgow Station and Railway Stn. . 
Glengyle and Railway Station.. 
Glen Robertson and North Lan- 
caster 



do 



do 



O. Gagnon.. 
J. Scoular. . 
J. W. Bean. 



S. W. Beswick. 



.J. Cunningham 

(iillies Bros 

E. Hutson 

G. Morrison 



R. McPliee. 
do 



7 

i 

100 yds. 

13&i5i 

10 

U 

I 

1 
3| 

J 
f)4 
3" 



lOi 
12* 

6 
6 

1 

3 

i 

(3 &5' 

X 

]9i 
12 

5i^ 

24 

3 

4 

4 

10 
500 ft. 

1 

TS 

35 
22 

140 y<l.s 
«i 

u 



300 ft. 



i 

21w.40s. 

i 
50 yds. 
50 yds. 

23J 

24i 



d O. 
13 



Period. 



2 1 12 months 
12 12 „ ... 



G 

2 
12 

12 

1 
12 
12 
12 

G 

C 



Amount. 



8 M (to Feb. 28, '00). 

12 M 

12 M 

G .. (to Dec. 31, '05). 

() II from 11 

12 M 

12 ". : 

i) days (from June 22, 'OG) 

9 months (toMar.31,'06) 
12 -. 

12 n j 

12 .. I 

12 .. 

2 n (to Aug. 31, '05). 
10 M from n 

12 M 

8 n (from Nov. 1,'05), 

12 „ 

12 ., 

12 ., 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 , 

Summer season 

12 months 

12 ,. 

5 „ (from Feb. 1, 'OG): 

12 „ 

G n and 21 days (to 

•Tan. 21, 'OG) ... 

5 n and ]ldavs(froni 

Jan. 2l,''0G) 

12 ., 

7 n (from Dec. 1, '05) 
12 ,. 

4 >. ;Oct. 31, '05).... 

8 II and 5 days (to 

Mar. 5, OG)... 

3 II and 2G days (from 

Mar. 5; 'OG; . . . 



s 



100 

100 

31 

23(i 

!)G 

81 

58 

48 

35 

125 

125 

75 

69 

60 



6C 67 

90 00 

35 00 

87 50 

95 00 

7»i 00 

GO Ofi 

55 27 

1 24 

300 0(1 

300 00 

35 On 

G") 00 

270 00 

GO 00 

244 17 

2G5 nij 

07 

25 Oi» 

25 0(1 

Gl 75 

44 9.=) 

100 Ol.i 

300 0') 

10 on 

199 00 

140 00 



8 33 
49 00 

33 25 

2G 22 
150 00 

5S 

G2 m 

G (!7 



281 28 
137 94 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— OTTAWA DIVIHION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

APPENDIX B— Continued. 



B-8J 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Glen Robertson and Railway Stn 

Glen Roy and Monro's Mills 

Glen Suiail and Speucerville 

Glen View and Smiths Falls 

Golden Lake and Railway Station 

Golden Lake and Zadow 

Goldwin and Vinton 

Gorman and Shamrock 

Gower Point and Westmeath ... 
Gracefield and Lake Cayament . . . 

Gracefield and McBean 

Gracetield and Northfield Farm. . . 

Grant and Railway Station 

Great Desert and Lake Talon 

do do ... 

Greenfield and Railway Station . . . 
Green Va,llr;y and Railway Station 
Green Valley and St. Rai)hael West 
Griffith and Matasvatchan .... 
Grit and N'ipissing Junction. . 
Groveton and Spencerville. . . . 
Gujg-ies and Ville Marie 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



f£ 



N. Laframboise.ilOO yd.s. 

R. McDougall . . 4 

K. Ellis, jr 3 

W. Sheridan 6 

.1. Larochelle. . . 1 

A. Zadow 5 

T. M. Flym..... 3 

■J. Sammon ... 5 

N. Gratton 9 

E. Mercier 12 

■L L. Cliilds .. 4 

P. St. .facques. . 8 

A. Charleliois. .. 3 

[P. Boissonneault 4^ 

E. Tremblay....| 4| 

•I. J. Cameron. . 1 
D. A.McDougalr J 

J. Andre ' 7i 

A. McLellan. ... ]3' 

M. Nelan 7h 

A. Henderson. . 3 

J. Lavigne 11 



do do 

Haileybury and Railway Station. . . 

do do 



A. Fcrland . 



Haileybury and Ville Marie 

Hale\-s .Station and Queen.s Line. 

Halver.son and Masham Mills.. . . 

do do 



do 



do 



Hammond and Railway Station.. . . 

Haiibury and New Liskeard 

Hardwood Lake and Palmer Rai)id.s 
Harrisons Corner and Railway .Sta 

tion 

Hawkesbury and L'Orignal 

Ha\\'kesbury and Calumet Railway 

Station , 

Hawkesbury and Railway Station. . 

Hawkcslmry and Stepney 

Hawthorne and Railway .Station. . . 

Hazeldean and Stittsviile 

Heaslip and Railway Station 

Heaslip and Tonistown 

do do 



Chaput & p:d- 

monds 

•T. Lavigne 

•T. C. Anderson. 

A. Foran 

■T. Moore . . 



do 



Heckston and Hyndeman. 



Henry and LOrignal 

Herberts Corners and Railway Sta 

tion .... 

Hey worth and Railway Station 



A. Geiidron. . . . ' 
VV. .T. Emerson . 
C. B. Marquardt 

C. McDonald . . . 
G. H. Pliarand 



W. Lawlor 

B. McManus, . . 
E. C. Smith.... 
A. F. (iraham. . 
•T. A. Cummings 

J. Clark 

L. McFadden. . , 
J. Clark 



W. D. Robinson 
L. Tessier 



J. Herbert.. . . 
M. J. Moore 



11 



13 

6 
10 
10 

10 



G 
11 



5 

i 
2i 

^ 

H 
3 

3 

4i 

7 
2 



f-'fe 



d a 



Period. 



24 

3 

. 2 

2 

12 
3 
3 
1 
3 
1 
3 
6 
(> 
1 
1 

24 

24 
6 
2 
1 
2 
2 



12 



V2 
2 
2 

() 
12 

G 
24 
C 
6 
G 
G 
3 
3 

3 

3 



G 12 



12 months 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, '00) . 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 

12 „ 

3 „ (to Sept. 30,'05j. 

9 11 (from do ). 

12 

12 

12 „ 

12 ,1 

9 ,1 (from .July 1, '05). 

12 1, 

5 „ &ludvs (toDec. 

10, '"05) 

6 11 21 dys (frojn Dec. 

10, '05). 

3 ,1 (toSept. 30, '05). 



(from do ) . 



(to SeiJt. 30, '05). I 
21 days (to Jan. 

21, 'OG). ... 
10 days (from, 

Jan! 21, 'OG) . . I 



(from Nov. 1,'05). 
(to Oct. 31, '0.5) 
14 days (to June 

14, ''OG).. 
16 days ( from 

Sept. 1.5, '05). . 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

79 00 
74 00 
40 00 

80 00 
GO 00 
85 00 
52 00 
40 00 

93 75 

94 00 
78 00 

200 00 

150 00 

15 00 

45 00 

85 15 

84 00 

1G9 00 

153 (i3 

30 00 

GO 00 

G9 10 



130 .35 

39 00 



117 00 

800 00 

Gi) 00 

18 25 

32 07 

GG 92 

40 00 

100 0(1 

104 00 

45 39 
235 00 

400 00 

125 20 

.50 DO 

05 00 

l.!)0 00 

40 00 
52 00 

41 21 

39 54 
100 OO 

155 00 
80 00 



B-90 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD '^II., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Hifrh Falls and Main Post Road. 
Hilliardtun and Now Liskeard. . . 
Hilliardton and Tomstown 



Hopefield and Wilno 

Hopetown and Lanark . ., 

Hopetown and White., 

Hnberde.-m and St. Kemi d'Amherst 
Hull Railway Station and Ottawa. . 

Hull and Simmons 

Hull and Street Letter Boxes . . 
Hunters Point and Kippewa. .. . 
Hurdnians Bridge, Ottawa and 
Ottawa East 



Inkenuan and Suffels Crossing. . 

Inlet and Thurso 

do do . . 

Innisville and Perth 

Irena and Rowena 

Ironside and Railway Station .. . 

do do 

Iroquois and Pleasant Valley. . . 
Iroquois and South Mountain. . . 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



.laruac and Rijuin 

Jasper and Railwaj' Station 

JessoiJ l''alls and Plantageuet .... 
Jocko River and Railway Station. . 

Jockvale and Ottawa 

Johnstones Corners and South Glou- 
cester 

Josepli Farm and Maniwaki 

Joynt and North Wakefield . ... 
Jules and Lake St. Mary 



Kaznbazua and Railway Station. 

Keniptville and Kenii)t\ille .lunc 
tion Railway Station 



P. Pichette 

A. T. Shelp. . . . 

D. Atkinson. . . 

M.Daly 

T. Stewart.. .. 
W. Bradford.. 
F. Leroiix ... 

E. Masson 

B. A. Simmons. 

K. Masson 

P. Kelly 

M. Fagan 



(jr. B. Daniels . 

C. Biehler 

J. Berndt 

B. I. Rathwell. 
W. J. Mullin.. 
A. Murphy. . . . 
J. L. Levesque. 
J. A. Adams. . 
J. Boyd 



J. B. Lacombe. , 
H. S. Moffatt... 

F. McKinnon. . . 

G. B. Campbell 
C. Watt 



do 



do 



Kemptville and Merrickville 

Kemptville and Millars Corners. . . 

Keniptville and North Rideau 

Keniptville and Railway Station. . . 
Killaloe Station and Railway Stn . 
Killaloe Station and Rockingham. . 

Killaloe Station and Ruliy 

Kilmarnock and Smiths' Falls . . . . 

Kinliurn and Limestone. 

Kinburn and Paiunure 

Kinburn and Railway Station 

Kingsinere and Railway Station.. . . 
Kippewa and Railway Station. . 
Kirk's Ferry and Railway Station.. 



M. Stackpole. 
J. Millar, sr.. 
R. Joynt.. 
A. Philion . . 



T. Marks. 



C. H. Banks 
H. Hutchins. 



. White . . 
H. Dunlop. . 
W. Powell. . 

C. Patterson. 
Holly. .. . 

L. Devine.. . 
Doyln, jr. . . 
. H.' Hunter. 
Findlay.. . . 

D. Osborne, 
do 

, P. Murphy 

La tour 

Reid 




i,s, 2w 
23i 

7l 

<-, 

7 

12S 

<J 

1 & 2 

8 

21 

24w, ms 

is&U 



2 

20i 

20.^ 

20" 

3 



14 

15 



4 



3 

2 
3 

i2&(j(; 

2 

12 

1 



24 
3 

•1 

6 

&fl 

12 

12 

3 

6 



2 (! 

8 i3s, Iw 
9i 3 

10' 1 



24 



19i^ 

11} 

51 

1" 

100 yds. 

Ki^ 
G 
7 
4 

14 

i 
4 
200 yds. 



24 





2 

18 

12 

6 

3 

2 

2 

fi 

12 

n 
12 



Period . 



12 months. 

13 trips 

5 months 26 dys (to May 

15, '06) ■ 

12 M 

12 H 

12 M 

12 

12 , 

12 n 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 

3 .1 (to Sept. 30, '05). 

9 11 (from do ). 

3 ,t (from Ap'l 1,'OG). 
12 „ 

5 „ (to Nov. 30, '05). 

7 II (from do ). 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 , 

12 

12 n 

12 „ 

12 n 

12 „ 

10 II 8 dys (from Aug. 
24, '05) i 

8 II 17 dys (from Oct. 

24, '05) ; 

7 mos. and 14 days (to 
Feb. 14, ''Oi!).. 

4 II and 14 dys. (from 

Feb. 14, '00).. 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

Part of seasons 190)-1906 
12 months, 
12 I. 



Amount. 



•^ cts. 

69 00 
6 50 

70 50 
08 00 
74 00 

100 00 
1.35 00 
550 UO 
90 00 
1.50 00 
195 00 

112 00 



206 00 

85 00 

292 50 

100 25 

98 04 

k; 67 

23 33 

147 00 

313 UO 



50 00 
45 00 
96 25 
50 00 
45(i 25 

63 50 

(iO 00 

180 00 

85 33 



21 36 



62 72 

37 44 
025 00 
370 00 

80 00 
210 00 

02 00 
070 00 

95 00 

96 00- 
50 00 

215 00 
62 80 
50 00 
37 50 
30 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— OTTAWA DIVISION 



B-91 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 




Klock ami Railway Station 

Knitrhting'toii and Railway Station 

Lal)elle and Minerve 

Labelle and Railway Station. . . 
Lao des Ecorces and St. Gerard de 

Montarville 

La Conce|ition and La Conception 

Station .... 

La Conception Station and Railway 

Crossing 

Lac Wendig-o and St. Emile de 

Suffolk 

Ladysniitli and Martin's Lake. . . . 

Lake Dore and Oscpola 

Lake St. Mary and Leniay 

Lake St. ^Lary and Railway Sin. . . 
Lake Talon and Railway Station. . . 

Lalonde and Plantagenet 

La Macaza and Railway Crossing. . 
Iiainmernioor and Lavant Station.. 

Lanark and Middleville 

Lanark and Perth. 

do do 

Lanark and Watson's Corners . ... 
Lancaster and \Villian)stown .... 
Lancaster and South Lancaster . , 
L'Annonciation and Ky. Ciossing. . 
L'Annonciation and .Ste. Veroniqne 
do do 

La Passe and Westnieath 

Lati:hford and R.iilway Station . . . 

do do , . 

Letter Kenny and Rockingham . . . 
Lime Bank and Manotick Station. . 

Link and Railway Station 

Lochabar Bay and Railway Stn .. . . | 
Loch Winnock and Railway Stn . . . 

do do 

Lodore and Watson's Corners 

Lord's Mills and Prescott 

L'Origiial and Cahnnot Ry. Stn.. . 

Lorrainville and St. Isidore de 

Pontiac , . 

do do 

Lorranville and Ville Marie 

Low and Railway Station 

do do .... 

Lnmsden Mills and Railway Stn. 
Lnskville and Railway Station. , . 
McAlpine and Railway Station. . 
McBean and White Fish Lake. . 

MrCool and Milberta 

McDonalds Corners and Snow Road 
Station 

do do 

McKce and Railway Station. . 
McMillan',-' Corners and Strathniore 
Maberly and Pratt Corners. . . 
Maberly and Railway Station. 



T. S. Carpenter 

J. Knight 

A. B. Desmarteau 

N. Nault 



J. Martin 



•J. Giroux. 



B. St. Jean . 



G. Nantel 

M. J. Larose. . 
M. Dick 

F. Nault 

do 

C. Laniarche, jr. 

H. Roy 

A. D Lapointe. 

D. Mclnnes . . . . 

C. Dodds 

M. Murpiiy 

do 

G. Fair 

D. Munro 

W. Gillespie . . . 

E. Danis 

M. ?i[ercier 

P. Chalut 



22f)yds. 
15 acres. 
12 



300 yds. 



100 



151 
5" 
ilh 
3" 
8i 

yds. 



(xratton . . . . 
Morrison . . . . 
A. McNeil . . 
(iallaghcT. . . . 
M. Brown . . . 

I.unan 

J. Scott 

, Durbrow.. . 
•T. Lindsay . . 

Loi imier 

Weir 

Huneault 

Lalonde 

Archamliault. 
Bellehumeur.. 

Irvine 

Boland 

Lunisden . , . . 
Desbiens . . . . 
N. (^arrieie . 
La freniere . . . 
. Montgomery 

McTntyre. . . . 

.A.McCulloch 

Morrison . . . 

Mcintosh. .. 

Foster 

A. Charlton.. 



9a 

-4 

14 

7 
12 
12 

7 



1 

i4 

14i 



90 yds. 
(i 
3.1, 

25 yds. 
1 

4 



!) 
3 

9 
<1 
(i 

u 
u 

i 

2 

50 ft. 
4 
oi 

25 
25 
50 yds. 

4.i 
G 

If 



1 
1 
G 
G 
G 

12 
3 
3 
3 
G 
G 

12 
G 
() 

12 

6 

1, 2, 

2 

3 
12 
12 

1 

3 
12 





1 

3 

12 

12 

G 

f. 
1&3 
1 

G 
6 
12 
3 
1 
G 




12 months 

7 M (from Oct. 1, '05) 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 ., 

12 n 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 

12 

12 -. 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

12 

12 „ 

4 „ 

8 .. (from Nov. 1, '05) 

12 n 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 ., 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, 'OG) 

5 II 7 days from -Tan. 

2.5, 'OG) . . . . 

3 n (from Ap). 1. "OG) 

4 n (to Oct. 31. '051 

8 11 from II 

12 ,1 ; 

12 ,1 ' 

7 I. (from Dec. 1, '05) 

12 ,, 

9 I, (to Mar. 31, 'OG)' 
3 II from .1 

12 I 

12 days from June 19, "OG 
12 months 



(to Sept. .30, '05 
from II 



(to Sept. 30, "05) 
from 11 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG) 
from 11 

(from Nov. I, '05)1 



S cts. 

53 21 
14 58 

175 00 

75 00 

140 00 

135 00 

60 00 

100 00 
40 00 

234 00 
GO 00 
97 00 

100 00 
90 00 

78 00 

235 00 
19G 50 

2G C6 
437 34 
IGO 00 
104 15 
125 00 
50 00 
60 00 

72 (10 

31 25 

G 39 

G7 

50 00 

79 00 
58 

42 00 
G7 50 
22 50 
Gi 00 
4 61 
350 00 

13 00 

39 00 

112 50 

18 00 

54 00 
25 00 

80 00 
34 00 
71 44 
2G 00 

2G2 50 
92 .50 
13 33 
50 GG 
30 00 
90 00 



B-92 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B—Conti7iued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



Mackey's Station and Railway Stn. J. Dunlop . , 
do do . . K. Morgan., 



McDougall and O >k Grove .... 
Malakoff and Railway Station. . 

Maniwaki and Montcerf 

Maiiivvaki and Railvvay Station 
Maniwaki and River Joseph. . . . 



Manotick and Railway Station .... 

Maple Ridge 4.nd Railway Station. 

Martels Cornens and Residence of 

E. Brownell 



S. F. Brown . . . 
A. Haggins. . . . 
J. B. Nault.... 
A. A. Rochoti. . 
L. Leve.squo . . . 

P. L. Campliell 
K. Latlieni. . . . 



F. Martels 



Marvelville and St. Onge 

Maryland and Railway Station 

Maryland and Rutledge 

Maryland and Weirstead . . 

do do 

Maryland and Wolf Lake . 
Masson and Railway Station. . 
Mattawa and Railway Station. 
Miittawa and Town Hall Railway 

Station 

Ma.Kville and Railway Station 

Maxville and Riceville 

Meacii Lake and Railway Station . . 
Merrickville, and Newnianville .... 
Merrickville and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Metcalfe and North O.'^goode 

Metcalfe and Ottawa ... 

Metcalfe and Russell 

do do 

Micaville and Perth 

Milbcrti and New Liskeard . 

Milberta and Thornloe 

Milleroches and Railway Station. . . 
Monckland St'n and Railway St'n . 
Monte Bell(j and Railway (!!ro.ssings 

Monte Bello and St. Ainedee 

Mont|)elier and Rii)on 

Montreal River and Temagami ... 
Moose Creek and Railway Station 
Moose Creek and Sandringham . . 

do do . . 

Morehead and Railway Station . 
Morrisburg and Wadding'^on, N.Y 

Morrisbnrg and Wincliester 

Moulinette and Railway Sta'.ion 
Mountain and Railway Station 
Mountain and Reids Mills .... 
Mountain and South Mountain. 

Mountain and Vancamp 

Mount St. Patrick and R:iilway St 
Mowat and Railway Station. . . . 
Muldoon, Railway Station & Steels, 



J. B. Bourgie. . 

S. Smith, Sr. 
P. Flaherty . . . 
P. S. Burinan. . 
C. S. Cosgrove. 

A. Foran 

A. Larose . . . 
J. B. Belanger. 



N. A. Tinjinins 
\\V. Donsett. , . 
B. Beriault. ... 
J. Nelson . 
(i. E. .Johnston 
I.I. Mills.. . 



do 
H. A. Morrison 

'.T. 
'J. 
.). 

iL. 



Sim pson 

Dowser . . 

\yatt ... 

S. Piyrne 

A. Pritchard 
R. J. IJrittain 
(i. W. Kezar. . 
W. R. Mcintosh 
N. Charette. . . 
E. McCluskey.. 
A. Lenierie. . . 
Shejiard & Morse 
.\[. Lizotte., 
A. Labrosse 
iT. Uorey. ., 

'D. Clarke 

D. Roach 

'W. Ro.ss 

jD. R. (iurm .. 
IS. W. Van Allen 

It. Christie 

'.VL F. Barkley.. 

: W. Douglas 

T. J. Hvmt 

T. Man ion 

J. .1. Muldoon. . 



^ 


a 


^ 
















H 


^ 


csri 


o 


^ 






o 


.2 «* 


o 




o 


k: 




50 yds. 







50 yds. 

1 





3 


12 




(> 


15 




r, 

12 


8 




1 


3i 







n 




c 


H 




3 



Navan and Railway Station ij. Clarke. 



Hi 

40 feet. 

11 

3 

3 

I 



300 yds. 

'17,', 



5i 



3 
20 
iU 
9.^ 
i) 

I 
l.')yds. 



2() 
i 
U 

il 

4 

3 
17 
120 yds. 

4 

3J 

H 

8| 

l| 

3a&5 



IS 




12 

2 

1 

1 

2 
12 
20 

6 
18 



3 

2 
24 
12 

3 

ti 

G 



4 

3 

1 
12 
24 
24 

2 

2 
3\V 
24 

(i 

G 

G 

G 

6 
12 
24 

G 
12 

(! 

3 
12 



Period. 



Amount 



<■) days (to Julv G, '051. . . 

11 mos. and 25 dys. (from 

Julv (i, "05).., . 

12 ,. ..." 

12 M 

12 ■, 

12 M 

10 months, 23 days. Bro- 
ken period 

12 months . 

12 „ 



In 7 days to May 

21, 190G ■ 

12 months 

12 



from Ajn-il 1, 'OG. 
toMch. 31, 'OG.. 
from M 
toMch. 31, 'OG,. 



3 

9 

3 

1) 
12 
12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

Part of season 190G . 

12 months 

12 
12 
12 
12 

G 

G 
12 
12 

-t 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

4 
12 



12 



12 



to Dec. 31, '03, 
from II 



to Oct. 31, '05 



from Mchl, '96. 



to Sept. 30, '05. 
from II 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— OTTAWA DIVISION 



B-93 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in" Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



Newiiigtoii and Railway Station. . 

New Liskeard, Judge and North 
Temiscaniingue 

New Liskeard and North Temis- 
caniingue 

New Liskeard and Railway Station. 

New Liskeard and Tomstown . 

New Liskeard and ITno Park 

Nipissino: .Junction and HailwaySt'n 

Nomininfjue and Railway Station. . 

NouiiningueandRaiiidsdeL'Orignal 

North Augusta aud Railway Station 

North Bay and Railway Station. . . 
do do .... 

do do Transfers 

North Bay and VViddifield 

North Branch and Russell 

Northcote and Railway Station . . . 

Nonhtield and Railway Station . . 

North Gower and Reeve Craig. . 

North Low and Railway Station. . . 

North Onslow and t^uyon 

North Nation Mills and Railway 
Station 

North Valley and Osnabruck Centre 

North Wakefield and Railway Stn. 

North Wakefield and Rupert 

Norway Bay and Station 

Notre Dame de la Pai.K and St. An- 
dre Avellin 

Notre Dame de la Salette and 
J>fotre Dame du Laus 



Notre Daiue de la Salette and 
Notre Dame du Laus 

Notre Dame de la Salette and Pol- 
tiniore ; 

Notre Dame du Laus and St. Ge- 
rard de M ntarville 

Oak Grove, Railway Station and 
Balsam Hill 

Osgdode Station and Railway Stn. . 

Ottawa and Billing's Bridge. 

Ottawa and Ottawa East 

Ottawa and Post Office Dejiartment 
do do do 

Ott;i\va and Street Letter Boxes.. . . 
do do .... 

Ottawa Railway Stations and Car- 
riage of Letter Carriers 

Ottawa and Union Station 



(i. F. -Jardine. . 

P. Gibbons, Jr. . 

W. Judge 

J. J. Lacoste. . . 
T. S. V>rickerden 
A. D. Hermiston 
L C. Ritchie. .. 
S. Martineau. . . 
K. Sabourin . . . . 

R. Buw nian 

W. McDonald . . 
D. Cauley ... 
C. P. Rwy. Co.. 
J Bailey. 

R. Schaif 

J. M. Briscoe. . . 
W. W. Alguire . 
T. Salter. ., . 

.J. (ilannon 

J. O'Donnell... 



D. Landriau. . . 
O. H. Grandaw 

J. Blair 

W. D. Gibson . 
A. Maefarlane. 

A. Bock 

Cx. Roy 






i 
3 &C 



^ts 



1.5. Ifi, 
19, 21 
17W10S| 2 
1 I12&18 



Period. 



12 12 montns. 



from Nov. 1, '05. 
to Oct. 31, '0."). 



31 



i 

35 

4A 



3 

2 

12 

12 

3 



k 



E. Allaire 

M. Cummings. 
P. Filiatrault. 



• n 

i! 

3 
4 

C 

31 
1 

400 vds. 

' H 

3' 

10 

32i 



32i 



38 



S. F. Brown.... 3A & 1 i6 & 3 



Ottawa and Richmond 

Otter Lake and Ralph 

Otter Lake and Shawville 

0.\f('rd Station and Railway Stn . 
Packenham and Railway Station.. 

do do 

Palmer Rapid and Rockingham.. . 



M. J. Buckles 
Elect. Trans. Co. 
M. Fagan . . . 
.T. Graves . . . , 

E. Batterton. ... 

J. Delaney 

J-Gravelie.. .. 
Ottawa Electric 

Railway Co. . . 
Electric Transfer 

Co 

J. Rielly 

Gillies Bros 

S. Howes. 

A. .1. Sanderson 

U. Shaw 

F. H. Steven.s... 
M. Scully 



40 yds 



6 



n 



23 i- 20^ 
23S 20 



18-1 
18-1 



8 

4 
12 
Part of .seasons 1905-06 . . 

4 months to Oct. 31, '05. 

12 

12 „ 

12 M 



Amount. 



6 12 
52 [12 
12 12 
. .. |12 
(•) 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



to Dec. 31, '05. 



G 12 



12 Season 1905. 



6 mos. (to Dec. 31, '05.. 



U 



(to May 31, '06) 
and extra ser- 



1 mos. (from May .SI, "06) 

12 „ 

12 „ 



120 yds. as req. 
120 yds. I as req. 



12 M . . . . 

12 M 

. ]S|)ecial trip 
6 |12 montlis. 



12 

12 

2 

10 

12 



(to Aug. 31, '05) 
from M 



20 


6 


12 ma 


88 


1 


12 „ 


21 


6 


12 „ 


^ 


6 


12 „ 


J 


24 


9 n 


\ 


24 


3 „ 


\ 12 


1 


12 „ 



Special triv). 



(to Mar. 31, "06). 
from .. 



S> cts. 
75 12 



200 33 

72 ()7 

291 90 

50 00 

34 67 

62 GO 

76 00 

900 00 

149 00 

417 86 

100 00 

795 GO 

37 50 

65 00 

90 00 

100 OO 

75 00 

149 00 

80 00 

176 00 
60 00 
50 00 

148 00 
20 00 

75 OO 



620 00 
45 00 



100 CO 

290 00 

175 00 
15 00 

75 
GO 00 

743 40 

602 40 

341 IG 

1,691 84 

8.030 00 

1 00 
626 00 
225 00 
583 50 

50 00 

144 13 

43 68 

56 00 



B-94 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all pa3Tii€nts for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 




Palmer Rapids and Strathtay 

Paiia and Railway Station. 

P.ipineauvilleand Railway Crossing 
Pembroke and Railway Stn (C.P.). 

do ^ do . . 

do * do . . 

do do 

do do (G.T.). 

Pembroke and Shady Hook 

Pembroke and Westmeath 

Pendleton and Papineauville Rail- 
way Crossing. ... 

Pendleton and Railway Crossing. , . 
Pt-rkins and Ste. Rose de Lima. . . . 
Peiretton and (jovernment Road 

Crossing . . . . 

Perth and Playfair. . 

P< rth and Railway Station 

Perth and Rideau Ferry 

do do 

Pf-rth and Tenney.son 

Petawawa and Railway Station ... 
Piperville and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

Plantagenetand Railway Stn (C.P. ) 
Point Alexander g,nd Railway Sen. 
do do . . I 

Point Comfort and Wright 

Point Gatineau and C^ninneville.. . . 

Point Gatineau and Railway Stn. . 
Portage du Fort and Railway Stn. . 
Portage du Fort and Ross . . ..... 

Port Elmsley and Railway Station. 

Prescott and Ogdensburg 

Prescottand Railway Station (C.P.) 
Prescott and Street Letter Boxes. . . 
Prescott and Throoptown 



J. O'Brien... 
J. B. Adnams . 
A. O. Belanger 
J. P. Miller . . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

S. F. Sweezey. 
T. Cecile 



H. Roy. 

•T. Seguin. . . . 
C. Robitaille... 



Proulx and Routhier 

Quyon and Railway Station 

Radford and Sha wville 

Ramsay viUe and Railway Station.. 

Rankin and Railway Station 

Rapides des Joachims and Railway 
Station 

Rapides des .3oa<'hini8 and Rowan- 
ton 

Ra])ides des Joachims and Wharf. . 

Raycroft and Tatlock 

Renfrew and Railway Station (G.T. ) 
do do (C.P.) 

do do (C.P.) 

do do (K.&P.) 

Renfrew and Shamrock 

Riolimoiid West and Stapledon .... 

Rideau View .and Residence of .J. 
Blair 

Ril>on and St. Andre Avellin ... . 

River Desert and Railway Station. 

Rockingham and Wingle 



J. Russell 

I ). J. Ennis 

W. J. Plunkett 

S. Hall ».. 

W. King 

I. Powers 

W. Selkirk.. .. 

P. Sauriol 

A. (irignon. . . . 

H. Roy 

T. McAnulty.. 
H. Gunning 

C. Russ 

M. (Jahagan 
T. Gagnnn.. . 
J. E. Dolan 

D. McLaren. 
J. McTavish. 
W. Mclnnes 

do 

do 
p]. J. McMahon 
&J.M.Botham 
.T. Bougie. ..... 

W. Richardson. 
S. Armstrong. . . 

R. Ramsay 

W. Meitz.' . . . 

E. McGee 



d ft 



2J & 2,J 



J. O. Forget.. 
T. Manion . . 
R. White, Sr. 
J. Harris. . . . 

do 

Eady Bros . . . . 

J. Harris 

.T. Rousselle. . . 
T. E. Riley... 



.1. Blair 

C. Lafontaine. 
V. Sin^oneau. . 
J. ^\'illgle. . . 



12 months 



Period. 


Amount. 




S cts. 


hs 


l.=,0 0.) 


17 d. f. Dec.15,'0.-) 


b 4(i 




120 00 




2(J0 00 


(to Dec. .31, '05). 


7.5 00 


from M 


SI 00 


(to Dec. 31, '06). 


i; 00 




2C 00 




11.". 00 




200 00 




500 00 




75 00 




175 00 



(to Sept. ."^0, '05). 
from H 



{tn Mar. 31, '00). 
from n 

(to iviar. 31, 'o'o'). 
from II 



(from Oct. 1, '05; 



12 

12 

Part of sea.sons '05, 0(i. 

12 mouths 



1 12 


12 „ 


24 


12 ., 


14 ,12 .. 


12 


12 M 


3 


l^^ „ 


3 


12 „ 


3 


12 ,i 


6 


12 „ 


12 


12 „ 


2 


12 „ 



less fine. 



140 00 

30.' 50 

,311 88 

50 00 

KiS 75 

4S ()2 

72 00 

18 75 

6 L'5 

75 00 

i)3 75 

32 50 

350 00 

10(1 00 

110 00 

200 00 

05 oO 

04 00 

30O 00 

129 33 
131 04 

353 50 
50 00 
75 00 

110 00 
3i) 00 

175 00 

220 00 

350 00 
10 (0 
35 00 
59 47 

119 00 
85 20 
70 43 

170 00 
78 110 

25 00 

•200 00 

75 00 

130 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— OTTAMA DIVIiilON 



B 95 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Rockland and Railway St'n. (C. A.) J. A. Dent. . . . 
(C.P.) L. Dehaitre.... 

Rocklitfe and Railway Station ,E. McKay. . . . 

Rose Corners and 8t. Isidore dej 

I'rescott I L. M. Gratton . 




Rase Haven and Suffel's Crossing. 

Rowanton and Stubbs Bay 

Russell and Railway Station 



St. Andre Avellin and Ste. Emile 

Suffolk 

Ste. Anne de Prescott and Railway 

Station 

St. Eugene and Railway Station . . . 
St. Onge and Enibrun Railway 

Station 

Ste. Rose de Lima and Railway 

Station 

Sand I'oint and Railway Station. . . 

Sarstield and Railway Station 

Shamrock and Whelan Lake 

Shawville and Railway Station. ... 
do do .... 

Shawville and Stark's Corners 

Shields and Railway Cro.ssing 

Skye and Railway Station 

Smith's Falls and Railway Station, 
do do 

do do 

South Indian and Railway Station. 
South March and Railway Station. 
Spcncerville and Radway Station 
Stafford and Railway Station .... 
Stanley's Corners and Stittsville. 
Stewartville and Railway Station 
Stittsville and Railway Station . 
Summerstown and Sunimerstown 

Station . 

do do 

Summerstown Station and Railway 

Station 



J. M. Christie. 

S. S. Cushman. 
J. McCafifrey. . 



Taylorville and Railway Station. . . 
Tnniagami and Railway Station. . . . 
Temagami and Teniagami Park. . . 



J. Binda., 



R. Perrault. 
P. Kelly.... 



J. B. Bourgie. . 



N. Beauchamp 
.1. R. McDonald 

N. Daoust 

S. Whelan . . . 

J. A. McGui,re. 

do 

A. Elliott 

H. M. Shields. 
D. I. Mcintosh 
H. Carley... 
N. C. Williams 
C. O'Reilley... 
A. -I. Leveille. . 

•T. Smyth 

W. Lawson. . . . 
R. Childerhose. 
J. Stanley .... 
J. Stewart . 
S. Mann 

R. Stevenson. . . 
H. Haggerty. . 



42 



20 



5i 
800 yds. 



I 

G 
ft. 

104 



90 



120 



J. A. McMillan. 



R. Ramsey. . 
D. O'Connor. 
D. O'Connor 



Teniiscaming and Railway Station. J. A. Larochelle 

Tetreauville and Railway Crossing. F. X. Trepanier 

The Brook and Railway Station. . . . 'E. Rouleau 

The Brook and The Lake |N. Ouellette. . . . 

Thornloe and Railway Station iR. J. Brittain. . 

Thur.so and Railway Station i A. Menard 

Thurso and ValencAy E. Rochon . . . 

Tomiko and Railway Station ;J. Ferguson 

Tomstown and Railway Station. . . . •!. Clark 

Toyes H)ll and Winchester Springs G. Carter 



n 

2 

3 

yds 

3 
3 



400 yds. 



13 

200 ft. 



12 

6 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

2 

12 

12 

3 

3 

(i 

24 

13 

13 

24 

6 

12 

3 



6 

12 

3&6 



Amount. 



6 12 

6 '12 
12 12 



G I 3 

9 



12 



17 days (from 
Dec. ' 15, '05) . . 



(from Jan. 1, 'OG) 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG) 
from 11 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from 11 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from If 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 

17 days (from 
May 15, '06).. 

17 days : broken 
period 



from Nov. 1, '05. 



(from Feb. 1, '06) 
(to Mch. 31, 'OG). 



•S cts. 
48 00 

mo 00 

2.5 04 

40 00 

30 04 

350 00 

40 69 



300 00 

175 00 
50 00 

75 12 

GO 00 
109 55 

90 OJ 

70 00 

33 75 

11 25 
100 00 

25 00 
250 00 
225 00 
202 50 

67 50 
115 00 

90 00 
150 00 
148 00 

75 00 
125 00 

62 GO 

22 £0 
90 00 

72 00 



10 00 
71 

75 00 

13 

20 00 
75 00 

105 00 
02 60 
75 00 

260 00 

42 

S3 33 

5G 00 



B-9S 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



•6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ottawa Postal Division, 

ikc. — CohcIu'Ik'I. 



Name of Route, 



Uneeda and White Lake 

Uno Park and Railway Station. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



T. Jones 

A. D. Hermiston 



Vankleek Hill and Railway Station: A. Mercier, , 
do do . . E. Quesnel. . , 
Vars and Railway Station. .T. Fraser. 



Venosta and Railway Station. 
Ventnor and Railway Station. 
Villain and Railway Station . . 
Vinton and Railw.ay Station . 



Wakefield and Railway Station. . 

Wale.s and Railway Station 

Waller and Harney '.s Cro.ssing. . . 
Walthani Station and Railway .St 
Wemyss and Railway Station. . . 
Wendover and Railway Crossing. 
West Aylwin and Railway Station. 
Whitney and Railway Station. 
Widdifield and Railway Station 
Wilno and Railway Station . . . 
Wilson'.s Bay and Sabourin.s Cros- 

sinpr 

Winche.-iter and Osgoode Railway 

Station 

Winchester and Osgoode Railway 

.Station 

Winchester and Osgoode Railway 

Station 

Wright and Railway Station. . . 

Wylie and Railway Station 

Wyman and Railway Station 



D. Haveron. 
W. Cook... 
Gr. Tardif. . . 
M. Grace. . 



Perron 

Warren 

Harney 

Chouinard . . 

McFarlane . 

St. Pierre. . 
Molyneu.x. . . 
A. Devenny. 
New 

George. . . . 



C. Wilson . . . 
W. Ross.. . . 
A. Barrigar. . 



Hitsman. . . . 

St. .lacques. 
Lyons . . . 
Pritchard. . . 



.1^ 



1 

i 

5 
15 acres. 
o 



4; 
I 

s 

1 

s 
3 

1 

5 

I 

100 yds. 
1 

24i&22 
1 
1 

24 

I 



^^ 



24 

24 

24 

C 

G 

3 



Period. 



11 mos 



Amount. 



(from Aug. 1, '05)' 
(from Nov. 1, '05)! 



(to April 31, 'DC), 
from !■ 



(from Oct. ], '05)1 



12 12 

12 12 

2 il2 

12 12 

6 ;i2 

C 12 

" 6 i 4 

12 12 



(5 
12 

2 

3 

24 



(from Mch. 1, 'Oli) 
(from Jan. 1, '00) 



12 months. 
12 ' „ 
12 „ . 



12 1 12 
12 ,12 

3 112 

12 1 8 



(from Nov. '05) 



Total 
Less amount withdrawn froniGuarantee Fund. . 



$ cts. 

45 83 
50 00 



93 fiO 

19 OS 
80 00 

20 00 
110 00 

18 75 
125 00 



100 00 
54 91 
35 00 
25 00 
37 75 

250 (!0 
3 33 

100 00 

10 00 

UO 00 

05 00 

405 52 

100 00 

250 00 

1.50 00 

89 00 

23 33 



1,6842 05 
300 08 

6,542 57 



I 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— KINGSTON DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-97 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



KINGSTON POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 
made within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



ActinoHte and Tweed 

Addison and Bells Station . . 
Adolphustown and Bath. . . . 
Adolphustown and Napanee. 

Albert and Marysville 

Albury and Rednersville . . . . 
Allison ville and Consecon.. . . 
Allsaw and Minden 

do do 

do do 

Ameliasburg and Belleville. . 
Anson and Railway Station . 
Ap.sley and Coe Hill .... 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Apsley and Lakefield P. Kennedy 



Apsley and Loon Lake A, 



Apsley and Mount -Julian. 

Apsley and Paudash 

Arden and Dead Creek 

Arden and Elm Tree 

Arden and Railway Station . . . 

Atiiens and Brockville 

Athens and Oak Leaf 

Athens and Plum Hollow 

Athens and Station 

Atkinson and Washburn . . . 



Bailieboro and Millbrook 

Ballantyne's Station and Railway 

Station 

Bancroft and Beechmont ..... . , 

Bancroft and Bronson 

Bancroft and Monk Road 

Bancroft and Wood 

Bannockburn and Railway Station 

Barrett and Sharp Corners 

Bath and Ernestown Station 

do do 

Bath and Stella 

Battersea and Keelerville 

Battersea and Kmgston 



G. Way, sr.. 
W. Peterson 
G. Frances. 
J. E. Richardson 
M. Carrigan .... 
W. Weese 

B. C. Ainsworth 
G. Hope 

do 

do 

C. S. Cunningham 
A. McMullen. . . 
J. Blackburn. . . 



Bayside and Belleville 

Bedford Mills and Newboro 

Belleville and Albert College 

Belleville and Frankford 

Belleville and Railway Stn. (Mid.), 
do .do 

24— b7 



Woods 

Kennedy . . . . 

White 

. P. Campbell, 

Hinchey. . . . 
E. Hays 

Mullen .... 
J. Slack .... 
, B. Newsom. 
H. Ackland. . 
Atkinson . . . . 



.sS 



R. J. Porter.. .. 

J. Hysop 

C. Piumley.... 

G. Payne 

E. Kerr 

E. Kerr 

S. McEwen 

G. W.Fox 

C. Mills 

C. Barriage 

W. .J. Beaubien . 

S. J. Lake 

G. Stoness & G. 

A. McFarlane. 
J. E. Rathbun . . 

G. F: Page 

W. P. Dyer . . . 

F. Spencer 

H, B. Cronk. . . . 

G. L. Sills 



5 

10 
14 
2lh 

m 

4 
8 

12 
11 
11, 140 r. 

10 
200 yds, 
21 
31 

7 
16 
14 

7 
7 
1 

14 

10 

6 

1 

2 

3i 



^.^ 



6 &. 



12 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
2 
2 
2 
6 
6 
2 
3 

1 
6 
1 
2 
1 
6 
6 
6 
4 
24 
2 



2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
6 
2 
12 
12 
6 
3 



3 

6 

3 

36 

36 



Period. 



12 months 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

6 

5 

1 
12 
12 
12 
11 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
(to May 31, '06). 
from " 



15dys.to Junel5, 
06 



days from June 15, '06 
months 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



(to Jan. 31, '06). 
from II 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

249 00 

350 60 

260 00 

400 00 

249 00 

140 00 

135 00 

55 00 

77 09 

16 03 

400 00 

45 00 

217 88 

429 33 

25 00 

18 67 

58 00 

75 QO 

33 80 

35 00 

350 00 

225 00 

118 64 

94 00 

80 80 



198 00 



26 25 


30 00 


60 00 


30 00 


30 00 


75 00 


70 00 


50 00 


146 25 


409 50 


100 00 


400 00 


120 00 


75 00 


25 00 


157 56 


276 00 


193 50 



B-98 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Belleville and .Street Letter Boxes, 
do do 

Belleville and Tweed 

Belleville Junction Transfers . . . 
Bellrock and Moscow Station . 
Bellview, Railway Station 

Transfer of Mails .... 

Bensfort and South Monaghan 

Bessemer and L'Amable Railway 

Station. 



and 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



H. B. Cronk. 
G. L. Sills .. 
A. Aselstine. 
T. H. Coppin 
E. L. VanLuven 



D. Bell. 
J. Lucy 



Bewdley and Port Hope 

do do 

Big Island and Demorestville. . 
BirdsalTs and Railway Station . 
Birds Creek and New Carlow . . 



do do 

Black Riyer Bridge and Picton . . . . 

Blairhampton and Carnarvon 

Blairton and Ha velock 

Bloomfield and Chisholm 

Bloomfield and Crofton 

do do 

Bloomfield and Railway Station . . 

Bobcaygeon and Rogers Creek 

Bobcaygeon and Silver Lake 

Bogart and Otter Creek 

Bogart and Tweed 

Bougard's Corners and Picton. . . . 

Brighton and Campbellford 

do do 

Brighton and Lovett 

Brockville and Railway Stn. (B.W. 
Burgess Mines and The Corners. . . 

Buck Lake and Perth Road 

Burnbrae and Hoards Station 

Burnbrae and Sarginson 

do do 

Burnley and Castleton 

do do 



Caiutown and Graham 

Campbellford and Godolphin .... 

Campbellford and Havelock 

Campbellford and Railway Station 

Carmel and Castleton 

do do 

Catohacoma and Halls Bridge. . . . 

Centreton and Grafton 

Centreville and Newburgh 



Chaff ey's Lock and Elgin 

Chatterton and Foxboro' . 

Cheddar and Pusey 

Cherry Valley and Point Petre. . . 
Cherry Valley and Salmon Point. . 



Mineral Range 
Iron Mining 
Co., Limited. . 

J. F. Beatty 




A. Hagarman 
Cole 

E. Davidson. . 

N. T. Armstrong 



W. McNab. . 
Daynard. . . . 
McPhaden. , . 
J. Wood . . 
S. Henderson. 

Cross 

Nelson . . . 

Parker 

Moore . . . 
Harrison , . 

Lesarge 

Lusk 

B. Bougard . , 

Weese 

L. Loomis. . 
A. Marshall. 
J, Venney. . , 
. Mackie. . . 

Thomas 

. Wallace. ... 

Finch.. 

Finch 

Johnston . . 
S. Moore . . . 



A. W. Ladd.. 

D. Fairman. . . 
H. Coveney . . 

B. Mulhearn.. 

J. Knapp 

R. Vansicklen 
J. WestHke . . 
W. Taylor ... 

E. Lyons 



G. Randall... 
S. P. Morden. 
A. Southworth 
J. Moore.. 
J. M. Bentley 



13 & 16^ 

13&16 
5 

■^h 

7l 
4 
8 
4 
11 
11 

i 
5 
9 

H 
4 

m 

20 
20 
5|&6 
1 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 



3 

5 

12 

4 

3 
3 

1(5 
27i 
7| 
6m& 
100 yds. 
3i 
10 
U 
G 




G 
6 

G 
2 
G 
2 

e 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

24 
2 
2 
2 
6 
6 
6 
G 
6 

24 
3 
2 
G 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 

2 
6 
18 
3 
3 
1 
G 
6 

2&4 
3 
2 
1 

2 



Amount. 



from Apl. 1, '06. 
(to Jan. 31, '06, 
andextra trips) 
from n 



(to Mar. 31, '06, 

and arrears). . . 

from Mar. 31, '00 









, (to July 31, 
1 from 11 


'0.5). 


1 from Nov. 1 


, '05. 


1 to Mar.' 31, 
1 from 11 


'M.'. 









to Mar. 31, '06.. 
from 11 
to July 31, '05.. 
from do 



to Sept. 30, '05. 
from do 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— KINGSTON DIVISION 



B--99 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Clarine and Norwood C.Crowe. .. 

Cloyne and Bon Echo H. W. Spencer. 



Cloyne and Denbigh 

Cloyne and Harlowe .... .... 

Cloyne and Railway Station . 

Cobourg and Harwood 

do do 

Cobourg and Railway Station . 



Cobourg and Roseneath 

Cobourg and Street Letter Bo,xes . 

Cobourg and Wharf 

Coe Hill and Brinklow Station. . , 



Cos Hill and Faraday 

Coe Hill and Railway Station. 



do 



do 



Coe Hill and the Ridge 

Colborne, Dundonald and Penryn. . 

Colborne and Lakeport 

do do 

Colborne and Warkworth 

do 

Colebrook and Yarker 

Collins Bay and Railway Station. . . 

Combermere and Fort Stewart 

Combermere and Maynooth 

Consecon and Railway Station 

Cooper and Madoc 

Cooper and The Flats 

Copes Falls and Tory Hill 

Cordova Mines and Havelock 

Cordova Mines and Vansiokle 

Cottesloe and Norwood 

Craneworth and Portland 

Crosby and Railway Station . ... 
Crow Lake and Sharbot Lake Rail- 
way Station 

Croydon and Napanee 



Curve Lake and Selwyn . 



D'Arcy and Kingston 

Deer Lake and Highland Grove 

Deloro and Railway Station 

Delta and Railway Station 

Deniorestville and Green Point. . . 
Denbigh and Griffith . .... , 
Denbigh and Plevna .... 

do do 

Denbigh and Slate Falls 

do do 

Deseronto and Street Letter Boxes. 

Desert Lake and Hartington 

Desmond and Mosco\v Station. . . 

■2h^-^l 



R. Head 

W. Thompson . 

L. Roluf 

A. Keane 

T. E. Colhoun. 
T. R. O'Neill... 



T. Ingham 

J. Fox 

do 

J. Vassaw 



W. H. Neal. 
A. Watt.... 



do 



C. W. Gunter. . 
J. J. McDonald 
C. F. Marshall. 

W. Hoskin 

R. J. Lapp 

M. A. Palmateer 
P. Hart .... 
J. J. Losee.. 
J. Stubbs . . 
J. Maddocks 
F. A.Cory.., 
J. Canniff . 
M. James. . , 
J. W. Cope. 
J. G. Covert 
E. \V. Cole... 
M. Paget. . . 
J. Wilson. 
J. Freeman . . 



J. W. Knapp. 
•J. Crawford . . 



D. E. Whetung 



T. J. Driscoll. 
A. W. Willis.. 
H. N. Darling 
P. A. Jack.son 
C. E. Shortt.. 
A. Lockwood. 
J. W. White.. 
G. Johnston . . 
L. M. Pringle. 
S. Rodgers.. . . 
TheRathbunCo, 
W. Snook . . 
J. W. Stewart 



c 


K4 




•E £ 


g»! 


H> 


c »i 




csr73 


o u 






.2*=! 


6 a 


Q 


^ 


12 


3&2 


3 


6 


28 


1 


11 


2 


m 


6 


IG 


6 


i(> 


6 


1 


6 


20 m & 




G rods 


G 


2f 


12 


^ 


6 


7 


6 


8 


2 


i 


6 


28 


2 


m 


6 


2i 


12 


2i 


12 


16 


6 


16 


6 


1 


6 


1 


12 


2l| 


3 


22 


1 


1 


24 


11 


3 


5 


2 


8 


2 


10 


6 


6 


2 


U 


3 


5§ 


1 


100 yds. 


6 


9 


2 


15 m. & 


6 


130 rods. 




Si 


2 


18 


3 


3 


2 


u 


12 


h 


24 


9 


3 


14 


2 


23 


3 


23 


3 


6 


2 


6 


9 


2 


19 


9 


2 


n 


3 



Period. 



12 months. 



3 

12 
12 

9 

3 
12 

12 
12 

Part 
4 

12 

4 



of 



15 dys to Sept 

15, '05 
to Sept. 30, '05 



to Mar. 31, 'OG 
from do 



Seasons 1904-5 
21 dys. from 
Nov. 10 



9 dys. to Nov. 

9, '05. 
from Mar. 31, 

'06 

(less 4 trips). . . 

to July 31, '05 
from do 
to July 31, '05 
from do 



to Oct. 31, '05 
from do 
March 31, 'OG 
from do 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

170 00 
30 00 

33 75 

91 00 

315 00 

21G 00 

72 00 

35 00 

404 00 
211 22 

36 05 
156 65 

70 00 
26 90 

18 75 

192 31 
190 00 

12 50 
178 75 

29 17 
315 33 

75 00 

50 00 

193 40 
144 00 
124 80 
102 05 

71 25 
75 00 

313 00 
69 00 

156 00 
36 56 
15 60 

80 00 
296 80 

29 76 



371 84 

32 00 
110 00 

95 00 
150 00 
128 00 
133 00 
266 00 

33 75 
13 00 

166 00 
110 00 
100 00 



B-lOO 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 




Donaldson and Wilbur Station 
Dufferin and Kingston Mills . . 



East Hungerford and Erinsville . 

Eldorado and Enipey 

Elgin and Railway Station . . 

Ellisville and Lyndhurst . . 

Ennismore and Peterboro 

Enterprise and Trafford 

Enterprise and Wilkinson 

Essonville and Tory Hill 

Ewan and Furnace Falls Railway 
Crossing 



Fellows, Odessa and Violet 

Fernleigh and Plevna 

Flinton and Kaladar Station ... . 
Fort Stewart and L'Amable Rail 

way Station 

Fowler's Corners and Best's Rail 

way Station 

Fowler's Corners and Best's Rail 

way Station 

Foxboro and Railway Station 

Fr<ankford and Maple View . ... 
Frankford and Railway Station. . . . 
Frankville and Railway Station . . . 
Fraserville and Railway Station. . . 

Freeland and Portland 

Fuller and Moira 



W. .f . Donaldson 
S. Donaldson. . . 



J. P. Whalen . . 

J. N. Moore 

G. Cheaney. . . . 
J. D.Wetherell. 
P. J. Scollard . . 

C. Whelan 

P. Finn 

H. Maguire 



Ganonoque and Seeley's Bay . 
Gananoque and Street Letter Boxes 
Gananoqiie and Wilstead .... 
Gananoque Junction and Railway 

Station (G.T.) 

Gardenville and Weller's Bay Statn 

Gilead and Boucher's Mills 

Gilnnour and Railway Station 

Glanmire and Millbridge 

Glenburnie and The Corners 

Glenfield and Vennachar 

Glen Millar and Trenton 

Glen Ro.ss and Ry. Station (CO.), . 

Glenvale and Sharpton 

Godfrey and Reynoldston 

Gooderham and Hadlington 

Gooderham and Railway Station . . 

Gooderham and Ursa 

Gosport and Napanee 

Grafton and Railway Station 

Grenadier Island and Poole's Resort 
Guerin and Railway Station (C.P. ). 

Gull Creek and Tamworth 

Gunter and St. Ola Railwy. Station! 



W. J. McMahon 



D. W. Shea . . . 

M. Davy 

J. Kirkpatrick . 

J. C. Stubbs... 

W. Dinsdale . . 

R. Maitland . . . 
H. W. Barager. 
A. W. Simmons 
J. Chapman . . 
G. Pepper .... 

A. Kidd 

G. W. Cannon. 
A. Herity 



14 



19 



J. Sherby 

D. E. .Jackson. . 
G. T. Keyes.... 

E. A. Dorman. . 

■T. Dymond 

W. Clare 

C. Gunter 

H. E. Lummiss. 
S. Shurtleff .... 
H. W. Snider . . 
T. H. Sweetman 

Q. Hoard 

S. Swain 

C. W. Reynolds. 
.T. J. Hadley . . . 
E. A. Gould.... 

S. Kettle 

A. McWain 

S. Howard 

D. E. Williams 

S. Murphy 

A. McKim 

D. Trumble . . . 




1 
3 

100 yds. 

'7 

4 

3i 
60 rods. 
4 
7 

11 
h 
6 

19| 
1 

li 
2 

8i 
6A 



3 

13 

3 

18 
6 
2 

12 
1 

12 
1 
6 
6 
2 
2 
1 

12 
1 
3 
7 

fi& 3 
3 
2 
6 



12 



(.to Aug. 31, '05) 
from M 



14 dys. to July 14, '05.. . 

12 months 

2 „ from. May 1, '06 
12 „ 



12 
12 
12 

6 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
12 
12 
12 
12 



from .Jan. 1, '06 



Amount. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— KINGSTON DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-101 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. , 



Name of Route. 



Haliburton and Railway Station. . . 

Haliburton and Wicksteed 

Halloway and Railway Station .... 

Hall's (ilen and Lakefield 

Hall's Lake and Minden 

Harcourt and Kennaway .... 
Harcourt and Ry. Station (I.B.& O.) 

Harrowsmith and Sydenham 

Hartsmere and Hermon 

Hastings and Railway Station 

Havelock and Oak Lake 

Havelock and Railway Station .... 

do do 

Havelock Transfers 

Hiawatha and Peter boro 

Highland Grove and Railway Statn 
Hillier and Railway Station 

do do ... 
Hillier and Rosehall 



Indian River and Ry. Station iC. P. ) 

Ingle and Roblin 

Ingle and Tamworth 

Irondale and Railway Station 

Ivanhoe and Railway Station 

Ivy Lea and Lansdowne 



Jelly by and Railway Station 

Jermyn and Lang 

Jones Falls and \Iorton 



Keene and Railway Station 

Kingston Letter Carriers Service. 



Kingston and Newburg 

Kingston and Perth Road 

Kingston, Poitsmouth, &.c. . . .' 

Kingston and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Kingston and Sydenham 

do do 

Kingston and Westport . 

Kingston and Willetsholme. . . . 
Kingston Station and G. T. Junction 
Kinniount and Mount Irwin 



Lakefield and Lakehurst ..... 
Lakefield and Railway Station. 
Lakefield and Young's Point . . 
Lake Opinicon and Perth Road 
L'Amable and Bronson Station 
Lang and Railway Station. . . . 

Lansdowne and Melcombe 

Lansdowne and Rockfield 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



S. A-dams 

D. H; Anderson 

E. Rose . . . 
D. Madill . . . 
J. Welch. . 
W. Scutt 

D. Davis . 

E. R. Martin 
J. Bremner, . 
T. J. O'Neil 
S. Hubble . . . 
E. E. Lancaster 
D. D. Hogg . . 
P. G. Cromar 
W. W. Cowie. 
J. r. McMillan 
R. C. Titus . . 
W. W. Posts. 
R. H. Pettingill 



J. Duff 

J. Crawford . 
H. M. York . 

P. Barr 

L. W. Seeley 
M. H. McNeil 



W. Fitzgerald. 
M. Carter ._, . . 
M. Muchmore . 



R. Mclntyre . . 

Kingston Ports- 
mouth & Cata- 
raqui Elec. Ry. 
Co 

C. H. Finkle. . . . 

W. Silver 

T. C. Wilson.... 

B. McConville.. 

E. R. Martin. . . 
do 

F. T. Stafford & 
W. J. Wing.. 

H. M Wenborn 
J. P. Hanley..., 
T. Peacock 



A. G. Shearer 
J. M. Bygott . 
P. A. Kearney 
C. Babcock ... 
J. R. Tait... 

A. Esson 

E. E. Landon. 
J. E. Herbison 



.S'^ 



i 
10 
1154yds. 

iss 

18 
7 
20 rods. 
4 

lOi 

i 
16 
265 yds. 
265 yds. 

13J 
200 yds. 

! 

2| 



300 yds. 
4 
3 



n 



27 
18 
2i 



18 

18A 

47" 

16^ 
2 



19 

4 

10 

1 

4 



^ki 



o a 



12 
1 

12 
3 
2 
1 
6 
6 
2 
6 
1&2 

]8 

18 

2 

6 

24 

24 

3 



12 

2 
2 

12 
12 
3&6 



3 
6 
3&6 



12 



6 

6 

12 

6' 
6 
6 

3 

26 

2 



3 

18 
6 
3 
6 

12 
3 



Period. 



12 months , 

12 M . . . 

12 „ ... 
12 „ . . 
12 „ . . . 
12 „ . . . 
12 „ .. 
12 „ . . 

12 

12 
12 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 

9 

3 
12 



8 16 & 3 



12 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '05) 
from ir 



from Nov. 1, '05. 
from Oct. 1, '05, 



Amount. 



(to Oct. 30, '05). 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05) . 



$ cts. 

55 00 
55 00 
74 88 

206 72 

215 00 
53 00 
35 00 
48 00 

108 48 
50 00 

115 00 
63 75 
21 25 
46 00 

12.T 00 
50 00 
45 00 
30 00 

117 48 



75 00 
33 33 
16 67 
62 60 
180 00 
97 00 



50 00 

110 00 

79 00 



50 00 



150 00 
400 00 
450 00 
160 00 
821 25 
83 33 
183 33 
708 00 

400 00 
36 00 
81 00 



240 00 

103 29 
181 65 

90 00 
85 00 
93 90 

104 00 
97 00 



B-102 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Lansdowns and Rockfield . 

Lansdowne and Railway Station . 

Lansdowne and Sand Bay 

Latimei- and Woolf's Corner 

Lavant Station and Plevna 

do do 

Leinster and Overton 

Leland and Oateb 

Lime Lake and Marlbank 

Lochlin and Railway Station. . . . 
Long Lake and Mountain Grove . 
Lyn and Railway Station (B. &W.) 
Lyn and Railway Station (G. T. ) 
Lyndhurst, Morton and RailwayStn 
do do 



Mcintosh Mills and Mallorytown. . 
McKenzie Lake and Madwaska Stn. 
McLean and Parhani 



Madoc and Queensboro 

do do 

Madoc and Railway Station (C. O. ) 
do do (C. P.) 

do do G. T.. 

Mallorytown and Pooles Resort .... 

Mallorytown and Rockfort 

Mallorytown and Sherwood Spring. 

Malone and Railway Station 

Manhard and Clarke's Crossing . . 

Maple Lake and Minden 

Maple Lake and West Guilford .... 
Marmora and Railway JunctionC.O. 

Marmora and Railway Station 

do ilo 

Marmora and Shanick 

Marmora and Stirling 

Maynooth and Bancroft Railway 
Station 

Millbridge and Railway Station.. . . 

Minden and Railway Station 

Minto and Sine 

Moira and West Huntingdon Rail- 
way Station 

Moneymore and Roslin 

Morven and Napanee 



Mountain Grove and Railway Stn.. 

Mountain View and Ro.ssmore 

do do 

Mount Julian and Burleigh Road. . 

Murray and Railway Station 

Napanee and Street Letter Boxes . . 

Napanee and Switzerville 

Naphan and Poucher's Mills 

Nevvbli.<!S and Irish Creek Station. . 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



B. Warren 

T. E. Keating , . 
E. Patience. . . 
M. E. Traves... 

M. Card 

do 

J. Schameliorn. . 

J. Buck 

H. Fitchett 

G. W. James.. . . 
L M. Smith... 

P. F. Clow 

W. A. McLean. 

T.Sly 

B. Brownbridge. 



R. Leeder, jr. . 

■7. Payne 

H. Vanvolken 

burgh 

J. Canniff 

E. Groves . 
G. Alcombrack 
J. Henderson . . 
C. Caverley. . . . 
W. E. Williams 
A. Dickey, jr. . 
W. A. Empey. 
W. D. Nickle. . 
W. H. Smith . . 

J. Barry 

do 

R. A. McWil 

liams 

do 

J. Flynn 

M. Sheridan . . 
W. Hulin 



13 .- 

.2^ 



t^ 



7 6 &3 

h ' 6 



1 



6 
4 

X 



2i&3i 



W. J. Fitzgerald 
C. Donaldson . . , 
T. Stinson&Sons 
C. G. Reid 



S. Clapsaddle.. 
J. W. Burley . . 

N. Ungar 



A. McDonald. . 
R. J. Welsh . . . , 
C. H. Clark ... 
P. Kennedy . . 
H. A . Boyce . . 
R. A. Leonard. 
P. E. R. Miller. 
J. D. Naphan. , 
G. Pepper 



14 
14 

8i 
8 
8 
7 

64 
1 

7 
a 

130 rods 

22i 
3 

4 

2h 
2S 
9" 
16 

m 

7i 
3 

5 

5 m. & 
150 yds. 
TOO yds. 

6 

6 

3 

1 

n 

(5 
12i 



3 
2 
3 

12 
3 

18 
C 
12 & 6 



6 
,1 

2 

« 

12 
7 

24 
C&3 
6 
3 
6 
3 

2 

2 

2 
12 
12 

2 
6 

6 

6 

12 

3 

C 
1 
6 

12 
6 
6 
3 
24 
18 
3 
2 
6 



Period. 



Amount. 



6 mos. from Dec. 31, '06 

12 , 

12 „ 

12 „ 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 II from n 

12 

12 „ 

12 , 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 II from II 



12 
5 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
10 

12 
12 

12 

I 8 

4 

12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
from M 



16 days (from 
Aug." 16, '0.5).. 



(to Feb. 28, '06), 
from II 



12 11 

5 „ (toNov. 30, '05). 

7 >i from II 

Season 1905-6 

12 months 

12 M 

12 n 

12 II 

11 II and 17 days (from 
July 1.5, '05) . . 



•S cts 

110 00 
62 60 

i52 16 
62 48 

142 50 
47 50 
88 00 
50 00 

70 00 
40 00 

112 50 
90 00 
55 OO 

71 25 
23 62 



325 OO 
73 00 

89 00 
98 25 
175 00 
295 00 
295 00 
125 OO 

143 64 
252 49 

81 74 
80 00 

35 00 

260 00 

25 00 

140 00 

(P 33 

2 10 

80 00 

265 00 

384 48 

, 95 00 

206 58 

70 00 

144 00 
39 00 

150 89 

25 24 
76 50 

175 00 
49 97 

185 00 
75 00 
96 00 
72 12 

189 75 



I 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— KINGSTON DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-103 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Newboro and Railway Station .... 
Newboro and Smiths Falls 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

New Dublin and Bellamy's Station 

Norwood and Railway Station 

Norwood, Warkworth and Railway 
Station 

Odessa and Railway Station . ... 

Odessa and Violet 

Ormsby and Railway Station. . . , 

Ormsby and Thanet 



Parkhouse and Railway Station . . . 

Parma and the Pines 

Perth and Westport 

Peterboro' and Railway Stations 

(C. P. andG. T.) 

do do 

Peterboro' and Street Letter Boxes 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. H. Butler. 
H. Bishop . 
L. S. Lewis. . 
R. O. Ligett. 
N. demons. . 
J. R. Wight. 
J. Horton . . . 
D. Foster . . . 



O. 



Peterboro and Warsaw. . . 
Petworth and Yarker . . . 
Phillipston and Poucher's Mills 
Philipsville and Elgin Station 

Picton and Prinyer 

Picton and Railway Station (C, 
Picton and Solmesville. . 
Picton and South Bay. . . . 

do do 

Picton and Street Letter Boxes 
Picton, West Lake and West Point 



Plevna and Clarendon Station. . . . 
Point Traverse and South Bay. . . . 
Portland and Crosby Railway Stn. 

Portland and Smiths Falls 

Prene\ eavi and Rylstone 



do do 

Pusey and Railway Station . 



Read and Shannonville . 
Roblin and West Plain. 



St. Lawrence and Wolfe Island . . . 

Sharbot Lake and Railway Station. 

do do . . 

Sharbot Lake and Zealand 



.3S 



i 

29&25 
29 & 25 
29&25 
29&25 
29&25 
3i 



C. McDonnell. .. 16 & 6 



S. Clark 

D. W. Shea. . 
J. McKenzie. 



W. McKillican 



J. B. Labarge. . 
W. E. Buck . . . 
J. F. Mulville. 



A. Reid 

A. Kingscote , 
do 



•J. Crowe 

J. C. Wallace. . 

W. H. Sills 

H. A. Laforty. 

J. Willlam.s 

C. Way 

J. L Thompson, 
W. Robbins . . . . 
P. McCrimmon. 
W. V. Pettit . . . 
A. Mills 



W. Martin 

F. Bougard 

W. G. Singleton 

G. W. Cannon.. 
•J. Hegadorn .... 



t^ 



6 C< 



Period. 



12 months 

3 „ (to Sept. 30, '05). 

33 Trips 

3 „ 

102 „ 

22 „ 

12 months 



Amount. 



20 12 



12 



6 
23 



W. Hoard 
J. Shea . . . 



P. Brennan. 
C. Sedore. . . 



S. D. Woodman 
•T. L. Geraldi. . . 
H. J. Thomson.. 
J. Erwin 



5 m. & 
1,582 
16 
4 

2&5J 
15 

7 
s 

19i 
19i 
1 
10 m. 8 
m. 50 
rods 
22 
8 
5 
18 
8 mis. & 
400 ft. 
8 mis. & 
400 ft. 



f 



14 

4 

oh 



14 

14 

2 



(to Mar. 31, '96). 

9 days broken 

period 



12 „ . . . . . 
Special trips 
12 months. . . . 






12 


6 


12 


3 


12 


12 


12 


6 


12 


24 


12 


6 


12 


(5 


3 


6 


!) 


12 


12 


3&6 


12 


3 


12 


3 


12 


6 


12 


6 


2 


3 


6 



(to Sept. 30, '05), 
from do 



(from May 1, '06) 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 

from 11 



12 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



9 cts. 

99 48 
124 25 

34 75 

9 00 

265 20 

66 00 

75 00 
344 19 

460 00 



260 00 

87 75 

36 50 
39 00 



15 00 


98 48 


190 00 


719 85 


17 00 


238 -^ 


265 00 


150 00 


84 79 


225 00 


475 00 


100 16 


295 00 


98 75 


296 25 


78 25 


250 00 


270 00 


98 40 


107 00 


99 17 


65 62 



65 62 
50 00 



267 48 
25 00 


135 00 

73 60 
72 40 

74 00 



B-104 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Kingston Postal Division, 

itc. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Sidney Crossing and Railway Sta- 
tion, G.T 

Simcoe Island and Wolfe Island . . . 

Sopei'ton and Railway Station, B. 
W. & S. S. M ■ ._ _ 

Springville and Fraserville Railway 
Station 

Stirling and Railway Station and 

Letter Box 

do do 



Toledo and Forth ton Station 




Tory Hill and Railway Station . 
Trenton and Railway Station. . . 

Trenton and Wooler 

Tuftsvlle and Madoc Junction. . 
Tweed and Railway Station. . . . 



Umfraville and Turriff Railway 
Station ■. . 



Villiers and Railway Station 



Wellington and Railway Station 
Wellman's Corners and Railway 

Station 

West Huntingdon and Railway Stn 
Westport and Railway Station (B. 

& W.) 

Westport and Railway Station (K. 

P.) •. 

Westwood and Railway Station.. . 
Wilbur and Railway Station 



W. R. Vander 

'oort 

T. Busch . . . 
S. W. Stafford 



D. V. Trew. 

S. S. Ashley 
.J. G. Richards, 



G. Pepper. 



J. H. Anderson 
J. E. Rath bun. 
J. W. McColl. . 

P. Tufts 

O. C. Frost.... 



J. McCabe 



J. Hastie. 



A. W. Clarke. . 

T. Hubble . . 
A. Adams 



J. H. Whelan. . 

F. C. Knapp... 
J. Doherty .... 
R. Richardson . 



10 

10 rods. 

\ 
9 

A 

320 yds 



20 
10 yds. 



1 

6 

6 
18, 6 
18, G 



12 months. 



Season 1905, 'OG . 
12 months 



Total 

Less amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund . 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from IT 



17 days (from 
July 15, "05; 



21 00 
50 00 

100 00 

91 00 

18 55 



233 82 
50 00 

187 80 

276 67 
24 00 

224 88 



115 00 



123 00 



46 80 

150 00 
50 00 

136 00 

268 00 

142 24 

10 00 



46,111 39 
146 27 

45,965 12 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



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I 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 
TORONTO POSTAL DIVISION. 

Det.\il of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division made 
within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 


Name 

of 

Contracror. 


Distance in 
Miles. 


■si < 

°s 

a. 

2; 


Period. 


Amount. 


Aberdeen and Durham 

Abingdon and Winona 


L. Elvidge 

I. A. Ferry 

W. Lambert 

J. Kelly 

R. Veitch 

H. Bartz 

P. R. Owens . . . 
G. C. McGuire. . 

J. Middaugh 

W. Bloxham . . . 

E. Averill 

M. J. Hamlin. . . 
H. Byers 

M. McNicol ... 

J. H. Johnston. . 

J.J. Holland... 

do 

do 


13i 
17" 

31 

4 
10| 

1 

6 

J 

3 

3h 
i 
4 

9 


3 

6 

3 

6 

2 

6 

2 

12 

12 

() 

6 

36 

2 

12 
6 

24 
6 

12 
6 
1 
3 
3 
6 

12 
6 
6 

12 

12 
3 

24 
1 
6 
1 
6 
2 
6 
6 
6 

12 

I 

1 
6 
6 
3 
6 
36 
24 


12 months . . . 

12 M 


$ cts. 

125 13 
470 00 


Acton and Crew.sons Corners 


12 


112 48 


Ahmic Harbour and Dunchurch.. . . 
Ahniic Lake and JSpence 


Part of seasons 1905-6. . . 

12 months 

12 „ 


62 30 
104 24 


Air Line Junction and Ry. Station. 


75 00 


Alderilale and Powassan 

Algonia Mills and Railway Station. 


12 

12 1 


100 Ou 
125 00 


Allanburg and Railway Station. . . . 

AUandale and Holly . 

Allandale and Painswick 


12 

12 „ 

12 

12 

10 „ 21 days (to May 

21, '06 

12 11 

12 1. 


150 00 
140 00 
125 00 


AUandale and Railway Station 

Allan Park and Hampden 

Allens\ ille and Mail Catching Post. 
Alliston and Elm Grove 


100 00 

84 65 
156 48 
152 00 


Al'iston and Railway Station 


12 ,1 


87 64 


Alliston and Roseniont 


12 „ 


234 72 


Alliston Letter Box and Postal Car 
Train 


12 


31 30 


ADva, Snelgrove and Snelgrove Stn. 

Alma Heights and Thessalon 

Alport and Bracebridge 

Alsace and Niins.sing 


W. Gambell .... 

S. Rowe 

H. F. Bickmore. 
J. Gerber, sr. . . . 

H. Ziegler 

T. Vanwyck. . . 
J. S. Lacon. ... 
G. A. Prentice . . 
A. B. Hurrell... 
D. Morrison .... 

W. Pearce 

H. L. Tarbush.. 

A. Brandon 

J. McLaughlin . . 

S. Bloss 

M. C. Prescott. . 
J. L. Lamarche. 

J. O'Neill 

W. W. Blair.... 

J. Dean 

J. Murray ... . 

D. Smith 

W.R. Brock.... 
W. Jackson. . . . 

T.Horn 

C.Mitchell 

G. Follis 

J Storry 


f 

4 

7 

H 

'1 

7 
74 

8 
A 
10 

7 

6 

10| 

6* 
13 

8 

4 

1^ 

14| 


12 „ 

6 „ (to Dec. 31, '05). 
12 1. 

12 M 


200 00 
37 50 
75 00 
94 00 


Alsfeldt and Railwav Station . . . . 


12 1, 


100 16 


Alton and Railway Station 


12 ,1 


115 00 


Amaranth Statifin and Ry. Station. 
Amber and Milliken Ry. Station. . . 

Amigari and Railway Station 

Ancaster and Hamilton 

Angus and Baxter 


12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

12 1. 

12 M 

12 1. 

12 1. 

12 

12 „ 

12 

12 1. 


80 80 
203 00 

65 00 
344 00 
140 00 


Angu.s and Railway Station 

Ansonia and Thcs.salon 


48 00 

49 00 


Anten Mills and Catching Post 

Antioch and Grassmere 

Appleby and Railway Station 

Appleby Corners and Warren 

Apto and Phelpstun Ry. Station.. . 


31 75 

80 00 

85 00 

100 00 

200 00 


Ardtrea and Orillia 

Ariel and Mail Catching Post 

Arnott and Railway Station 


6 ,1 (to Dec. 31, '05). 

12 

12 „ 


132 00 
20 00 
59 47 


Arthur and Metz 


12 


85 00 


Arthur and Mtmck 


12 1. 


180 00 


Arthur and Mount View 


12 M 


40 00 


Ash and Railway Station 

Ashgrove and Georgetown 


12 1. 

12 .. 


48 00 
160 00 


Ashley and Railway Station 

Atha and Stouffville 


12 

12 

3 M (to Sept. 30, '05). 

9 1. and extra trips. . 


50 24 
183 64 


Atherly and Railway Station 

do do 


E. Lanigan 

do 


32 86 
87 59 



B-106 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Athlone and Tottenham 



do do C. P. Skelly 

Attercliffe Station and Ry. Station. J. Sundy.. . . 

Aurora and Railway Station W. Winter. , . 

Aurora and Vandorf A. G. Snider. 

Avening and Railway Station E. A. Piugle. 

Axe Lake and Sprucedale J. McPherson 

Ayton and Hampden | A. R. Ball , . 

do do H, Byers 



Name 
• of 
Contractor. 



E. M . Wilson. . 




Ayton and Nenagh 

Ayton and Railway Station. . 
Azilda and Railway Station. 



Bala and Glen Orchard 

Bala and Gravenhurst 

Bala and Sahanatien 

Balaclava and Owen Sound 

Baldwin and Railway Station . . . 
Ballantrae and Railway Station. . . . 
do do . . . . 

Ballinafad and Georgetown 

Balmy Beach and Lee Avenue 

Bal.sam (irove and Fenelon Falls. . . 
Balsam Lake and Glen Arm 

do do 

Banda and Glencairn Railway Stn. 

do do 
Barclay and Stroud 

Bardsville and Falkenburgh Stn . . . 

Barkway and Washago 

do do 

Barnesdale and Falding 

Barnesdale and Moon Falls 

Barnesdale and Si.x ^lile Lake 

Barrie and Hillsdale 

Barrie and Midhurst 

Barrie and Railway Station 

Barrie and Street Letter Bo.xes . . . 
do do . . . . 

Barrie Island and Gore Bay 

Bar River and C. P. Ry. Crossing. . 

Batteau and Railway Station 

Baysville and Bracebridge. 

Baysville and Dorset 

do 



J. Edwards. 
W. Kenna . 
O. Ranger. . 



Baysville and Newholm 

Beamsville and Tintern 

Bear Cave and Rosseau 

Beaumaris and Hutton House . . 

lieaverdale and Markdale 

Beaverton and Railway Station. 
Beeton and Railway Station. , 



Belfountain and Railway Station . . 
Belle Ewart and Lef roy Railway Stn 



N. Orchard 

A. Jackson .... 
L. Sahanatien. . . 
K. McEachern , . 
L. Gryles. . . . 

E. Hill 

W. H. Jones ... 
W. W. Betts... 
W. L. Smith . . 

J. Copp 

J. Cunningham. 
G. Richman .... 

R. Maxwell 

H. Middlebrook 
G. Barclay 



R. Goltz 

I. Davy 

F. Plewis 

J. M. Hatherley 
J. Crawford , 
J. J. Barnes. 
W. J. Shanahan 
J. W. Cook. . . . 
B. Sevigny .... 
.J. Mainprise . . 
W. Armstrong. 

J. Jeffkins 

J. W. Collings. 
M. S. Jackson.. 

J. Rowe 

H. R. Smith . . 

do 

D. Ferguson . . . 
P. Hoffman, jr. 
H. Bishton.. . . 
J. Hutton . . . 
T. Brett 

G. H.Williamson 
W. C. McCut- 

cheon 

W. Ramsay. . . . 
R. Colgan 



18 



m 

7i 



a 
200 yds . 



16 

9 

15S 



G 

4h 
21 
2| 
C 

6i 
21 
21 
13 
14 

7 
1() 

5 
10 rods 

5 

5 
12 



16 
16 
16 

!) 

8 
% 
2" 
10 
h 



2 

6 

1 

3 

12 

12 

12 

6 

12 

2 

2 

2 

6 

6 

3 

2 

3 

3 

3 

1 

2 

G 

G 

73 

18 

18 

1 

3 

12 

6 

6 

6 

2 
6 
1 
3 
3 
24 

24 
12 
12 



9 

12 112 

24 1 12 

6 !l2 

12 12 

2 12 

3 2 
3 I 



mos. (to Sept. 30, '05) 
and arrears . . . 
(fr'm Sept. 30, '05) 



trips 

month, 10 days (from 

May 22, '06)..,. 

months 



Part of seasons 1905-6 . 



(to March 31, '06) 
from M 



12 months. 

12 

12 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 ti from u 

9 M (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 M from 1, 

5 II 5 dys. (from Jan. 

27, '06) 

(Part of seasons 1905-06). 

9 months to Mar. 31, '06. 

3 11 from 11 

Season 190.5-06 

12 months 

Season 1905 

12 months 

12 
12 

6 

6 
12 
12 
12 
12 
Season 1905-06 

1 month 11 days (from 

May 21, '06) 

12 months 

12 ,1 

12 11 

Part of seasons 1905-06. . 

12 months 

12 1, 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



I MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 

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B -107 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Bellingham and Iron Bridge . 

Belwood and Craigsholme 

Belwood and Dracon 

Bfelwood and Railway Station . 

Bent River and Utterson 

Berkeley and Glascott 

Berkeley and Harkaway 



Name 

of 

Contraotor. 



D. Bell 

E. Hanna. . 
C. Campbell 
J. Hanna. . . . 

N. Hanes 

E. English... 
A. C. Rae . . . 



do 



Berkeley and Railway Station 

Berriedale and Mail Catching Post. 

Berthaville and Verner , . . . 

Bethany and Railway Station 

Bexley and Head Lake 

Bexley and Kirkfield 

Binbrooke and Glanford Station. . . 

Binkham and Erin 

do 
Biscotasing and Railway Station. . . 

Black Bank and Railway Station . . 
Black Creek and Railway Station . . 

Blackstock and Purple Hill 

Blackwater and Layton 

do 

Blackwater and Railway Station . . . 
Blezard Valley and Chelmford. . . . 



do 



do 



do 

E. Sargent 

F. M. Harvie.. 
A. Legendre. . . . 

G. Rice 

S. J. Ryan 

F.R.J.McKague 
J. Harri.son .... 

R. Leitch 

G. McAlister 

J. C. T. Arm- 
strong 

A. Duftin 

C. H. Jenks... 
M. Hambly. . . 
W. .James . . . 

G. Hall 

J. Allan .... 
T. Regimbal . . 

E. Tyne 



L. Menard 

J. Hawkins, sr. . 
F. D. Pepin . . . . 
.J. O'Leary 

R. Garlick 

M. Thomas 

T. Mc Arthur.. . 

R. Cronin 

T. D.Elliott.... 
J. G. Marshall . . 
C. White 



Blezard Valley and Hanmer 

Blind River and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Bobcaygeon and Kings Wharf 

Bobcaygeon and Railway Station. . 

Bobcaygeon and Red Rook 

Bognor and Woodford 

Bolton, Castlederg and Mt. Wolfe. . 

Bolton and Railway Station 

Boothville and Proton Station 

Bourdeau and Whitehall 

Bowling Green and Laurel Railway 

Station A. Dodds 

Bowmanville and Caesarea D. E. Gifford. . . 

Bowmanville and Courtice C. W. Lent . . . 

Bowmanville and Railway Station. W. G. Glover. . . 

Bowmanville and Tyrone W. H. Moore. . . 

Boyle and Fenwick W. H. Smith . , . 

Bracebi-idge and Frasei-burg W. Stonehouse. . 

Bracebridge and Muskoka Falls ... A. R. Cameron . 
Bracebridge and Point Kaye. . . W. A. Pooler. . . 

Bracebridge and Railway Station . . R. P. Perry 

Bracebridge and Wharf F. Demara 

Bracebridge and Ziska J. Killen 

Brackenrig and Port Carling C. H. Davidson. 

Bracondale and Bloor Street Branch 

P.Q F. W. Mounce.. 

Bracondale and Wychwood Park . . ;C. Webb 

Bradford and Newton Robinson.. . . iC. Melbourne. . . 



5i 






11 

2 

144 

1 

141 

6 

lOf 

9S 



10 

lOi 

5 

4i 
44 

30 ft. 

1 

H 

4 
4 
4 

50 ft. 
9 

9 



i 
i 
4 
10 

i 

c 

6 

&17i 

io| 

5 

5 

44i 
4A 

n 

7- 
2i 
12 
3 
21i 
I 
i 
6 
4 

u 
u 

9 



o »■ 



12 
3 
1 

12 
3 
6 
6 
2 
2 

12 
() 

12 
2 
3 
3 

24 
4 



U 

12 
2 

12 

2 

6 

3&6 

24 
3 
2 



Period. 



12 months. 

12 „ .. 

12 „ ... 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 
3 



Amount. 



6 |12 
C |12 

12 
12 12 



2 
3 
2 
37&36 
12 
2 
3 



12 days to Oct. 

12, '05 

19 days from Oct. 

12, '05 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 

20 day.s (to Nov! 

20, '05) 

10 dys. from Nov. 

20, '05 

10 days from 

Nov. 21, '05. . . 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from H 



and arrears. 



6 112 
6 |12 

12 

12 

Season 1905-06 

12 months . 

Part of s-easons 1905-6. 



12 months 
12 I, . .. 
12 „ . . 



$ cts. 

85 00 
56 00 
72 00 
50 08 
171 36 
100 00 

37 02 

85 25 
80 10 
31 20 
50 00 
70 00 

182 00 
495 00 
203 45 

52 50 
17 25 

60 00 
325 00 
40 00 
52 52 
55 50 
23 75 
02 60 

80 00 

183 62 



143 07 


70 50 


50 


70 


104 00 


78 


24 


1 


00 


250 


00 


185 


00 


28 


00 


119 


00 


48 


00 


209 68 


525 


00 


121 


20 


70 


00 


200 


00 


90 00 


150 00 


110 


00 


71 


34 


192 08 


58 


05 


45 


50 


49 00 


100 00 


50 


00 


365 00 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Bradford and Railway Station 

Brae Lake and South River 

Brampton and Huttonsville 

Brampton and Railway Station. . . 

Brechin and Dalrymple 

Brechin and Railway Station 

Brechin and Udney 

Brentwood and Railway Station. . . 
Bridgeburg and Railway Station. . . 

Brisbane and Coningsby 

Britainville and Long Bay 

do do . . 

do do 

Broadcroft and Ouimet 

Bronte and Railway Station ...... 

Brookfield Station and Railway 

Station 

Brookholm and Shouldise 

Brooklin and Railway Station ... . 

Brougham and Markham 

Brougham and Whitby 

Brownhill and Railway Station. . . . 
Browns Brae and Dorset Road 



do 



do 



Name 

of 

CJon tractor. 



Bruce Mines and Cloudslee 

Bruce Mines and Railway Station . 

Brunswick and Railway Station.. . . 

Buller and Kinmount 

Burketon Station and Enfield. . . . 

Burketon Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Burks Falls and Doe Lake 

Burks Falls and Dunchurch 

Burks Falls and Railway Station . 

Burlington and Port Nelson 

Burlington and Radial Railway 
Station 

Burnaby and Railway Station 

Burnside and Uhthotif 

Burnt River and Railway Station . . 

Burys Green and Railway Station . 

Byng Inlet Noith and French River 

Byng Inlet and Parry Sound 



Cache Bay and Field 

Cache Bay and Railway Station.. . . 

Cache Bay and Veuve River. 

Caisterville and Canfield 

Calderwood and Railway Station . . 

Caldwell and Caledon 

Caledon and Railway Station ..... 
Caledon East and Railway Station . 

Caledonia and Empire 

Callender, Franks Bay and Sturgeon 
Falls 



C. Melbourne . . . 
W. L. Taylor.... 
M. O. Hyatt . 
T.Thau burn... 

E. Vickers 

J. Koster 

do 

S. C. Warner.... 

D. S. Hawkinson 

A. Peavoy 

I. Pearson 

W. McCormick. 

G. Moore 

M. Peacock 

J. S. McDonald. 

M. Topp 

T. Skinner 

J. Pile 

T. Hayes 

J. Scott 

J. Merchant. . . . 
D. Brown 

J. E. Brown .... 

N .McEwen 

Bruce Mines and 

AlgomaRy.Co. 

L. C. Patterson. 

J. Gillespie 

T. Thorn, 

J. Burr 

S. H.Marshall.. 
R. A. Creasor. . . 

F. W. Sieveright 
W. Bamford. . . . 

H. Bray 

W. A. Kinnard.. 

J. Shelswell 

S. Suddaby 

Y. Smith . 

A. Germain 

F. Montgomery. 



L. G. Parent. 
E. D. Jes'sup 
W.Miller. . 
J. Harkness . 
M. Calder... 
W. J. Brown. 

do 

J. W. Phillips 
J. W. McMillan 



J. McA. Smith 



.IS 



264 
12 

i 

n 
n 

5 



t^ 



24 
1 
6 

12 
3 

24 
6 

12 
36&42 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 

12 

2 

18 

• 6 

6 

6 

3&6 

3&6 

1 

12 
G 
1 
6 



13 

700 yds . 
6 
8 
3 
5 

I 
500 yds , 
16 

26-16 



12 12 



Period. 



12 months. 

12 >, 

12 M . . . 

12 M . . . 

12 ., .. 

12 „ . . 

12 „ . . . 

12 

12 „ . . . 

12 „ ... 

3 

3 

G 

3 
12 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
(to Deo. 31, '05). 
(from Ti 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 



(15 dys. to Dec. 

31, '05) 

(28 dys. to Apr. 

28, '06) 



3 

G 

30&36 
6 

12 
6 
2 

12 
2 
2 
2 



2 
24 
2 
6 
3 
6 
24 
6 
6 



12 M 

season 1905-6 

12 months and extra trips 
12 



12 >, 

12 M 

12 

12 

12 

season 1903-06 



12 months . 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



15 dys. to Dec 
15, '05 



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B-109 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Callender and Railway Station .... 

Calender and Wisavvasa 

Cambray and Lindsay 

Cameron and Railway Station 

Camilla and Granger 

Camilla and Whittington 

Campania and Railway Station. . . 

Canipbellcroft and Railway Station. 

Campbellville and Railway Station. 

Camperdown and Mail Catching 
Post... .. 

Canfield, Darling Road and Warner 

Cannington and Railway Station . 
do do 

Cannington and Sutton West 

do do 

Cape Rich and Meaford 

Carden and Dalrymple 

Carleton West and Railway Station 

Carluke and Hamilton 

Carrville and Maple Railway Sta- 
tion 

Cartier and Railway Station 

Cashtown and Creemore 

Castlemore and Kleinburg Railway 
Station 

Cataract and Railway Station 

Cedar Dale and Railway Station . . . 

Cedarville and Mount Forest 

Chantler and Mail Catching Post. . 

Chapleau and Railway Station 

Chatsworth and Chesley 

Chatsworth and Desboro 

do do 

Chatsworth and Durham 

do do 

Chatsworth and Railway Station. . . 

Chatsworth and Walters Falls 

Chelmsford and Hanmer 

Chelmsford and Railway Station. . . 
Cheltenham, Campbell's Cross and 

Railway Station 

Cheltenham and Railway Station . . 

Chippawa and Niagara Falls 

Christian Island and Lafontaine. . . 
do do 

Churchill and Railway Station 

Churchville and Railway Station. . . 
Claremont and Railway Station. . . . 
do do 

Clarke and Kendal 

Clarke and Newtonville Railway 

Station 

Clarksburg and Duncan 

Clarksburg and Railway Station . . . 

Clarksburg and Redwing 

Clark.son and Railway Station 

Clavering and Railway Station ... 
Clear Lake and Uffingt'on 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Alkins. .. . 
Whyte. . . 
F. Alger. . 
Northcott. 

Allen 

. McBride. 

Patten . . . 
Smith.. , , . 

Beattie. . . 



Barclay 

G. Cline 

Edwards. . . . 
H. Francis. . 
Preston .... 
Doyle 

Flood 

McCarthy... 
Ford 

Morton . . . . 



Harrison . . , 
MacMillan. , 

Cotton . . . . . 



Cairns. . 

H. Vanwyck 

Robins . . . 

Robinson . 
S. Keenan. 
A. Milligan 

E. Dobie. . 
Palmer . . . 
Wilson. . . . 

Bui'net .... 
H. Foster. . 
J. Blyth . . 
T. Wklter. . 
Menard. . . . 



S. Irwin 



R. Kee 

P. Ferguson 
C. D. Corson 
J. W. Monague 
J. L. King. . . 
E. H. Sloan . . 
T. A. Fogarty 
W. A. Thomson 
R. Besse. . . . 
J. Pethick . . 



W. Rutherford 
\. J. Howard 

R. Best 

I. Thompson . 
E. M. Clarkson 
M. Perkins. 
A. Taplin . . 



a 


a.^ 










O 03 


^^ 


a ® 


n.-S 


t. 


*^ *H 




.2<^ 


d a 


o 


^ 


1 

2F 


24 
6 


10^ 


6 


a 


12 


3 


4* 


3 


6 


2 


70 ft. 


6 


4 


6 


4 rods. 


12 


6&2| 


G-3 


ij 


24 


1 


24 


20 


6 


20 


6 


14 


2 


5 


2 


i 

4- 


24 


m 


6 


3| 


6 
12 


2 


6 


14 


6 


A 


12 


i 


37 


11&21 


6 


200 ft. 


6 


i 


14 


24 


3 


10 


3 


10 


3 


20 


6 


20 


6 


i 


24 


12i 


6 


174 


2 


i 


14 


i and 21 


12-6 


A 


6 


6-4 


12 


8 


2 


8 


2 


2i 


12 


1 


6 


4 


12 


12 


61 


6 


4 


12 


10 


6 


U 


24 


13I 


6 


A 


12 


k 


12 


16i 


3 



Period. 



12 months 

12 ,. ... 

12 „ . . , 

12 n ... 

12 „ 

12 „ . 

12 

12 „ ... 

12 M . . 



12 

12 

9 

3 

9 

3 

12 

12 

12 

12 



12 
12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

3 

9 

3 

12 

12 

4 

12 

12 

12 

12 

3 

9 

12 

12 

9 

3 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



{to Mar. 31, '06) 
from 11 
(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from IT 



(to March 31, '06) 
from II 

(to March 31, '06) 
from 11 



and 18 days to 
Nov. 18, '05. . . 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from 11 



(to March 31, '06) 
from 11 



Amount. 



S cts. 

200 00 

110 00 

251 44 

75 00 

95 00 

75 oa 

84 70 
40 00 
60 00 

36 36 

273 84 

45 00 

31 25 

375 00 

143 75 

140 00 

62 48 

130 00 

404 00 

150 00 
100 00 
100 00 

250 00 

75 00 

130 24 

400 00 

25 00 

157 48 

425 00 

83 31 

43 75 

487 50 

162 50 

206 58 

355 00 

87 16 
291 64 

424 00 
47 00 

475 00 
30 00 

150 00 

219 08 
80 00 
57 57 
39 no 

234 50 

250 40 
409 04 
313 00 
390 00 
55 00 
60 60 
243 00 



B-110 



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6-7 EDWARD VI!., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Clyde and Railway Station 

Coboconk and Fenelon Falls 

Coboconk and Norland 

do do 

Cockbnrn Island and Thessalon .... 

Coldwater and Lovering 

Coldwater and Moonstone 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Coldwater and Railway Station .... 

Coleman and Railway Station 

Collingwood and Gibralter 

Colling-wood and Railway Station . . 
Collingwood and Street Letter 

Boxes 

Collins Inlet and Killaniey 

Colwell and Railway Station 

Comnianda and Restoule 

Concord and Railway Station 

do do 

Connor, Palgrave Station and Rail- 
way Station 

Cookstown and Railway Station . . . 
Cooksville and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Coopers Falls and Lewisbam 



Copetown and Orkney 

Copper Cliff and Railway Station. . 

Copper Cliff and Sudbury 

Corbelton and Railway Station .... 

Corwhin and Railway Station 

Coalson and Orillia 

Craigie Lea and Cregory 

Craigie Lea and Wharf 

Craigie' th and Railway Station. . . . 

Crawford and Elmwood 

Credit Forks and Railway Station. 

Creemore and Lavender 

Creemore and Railway Station. . 
Creighton Mine and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Cresswell and Catching Post. , . . 
Cresswell and Salem Corners .... 

Crieff and Pu.slincli 

Crossland and Phelpston 

do do 

Crowland and Welland 

Cruickshank and Shallow Lake. . . . 
Crystal Beach and Railway Station 

do do 
Crystal Beach and Wharf 

do do 

Cutter and Railway Station . ... 
Dam Creek and Railway Station. 
Darlington and Railway Station. 

Dartmoor and Sebright 

Davenport and Fairbank 

do do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



E. McNichol... . 

F. Fielding . . . 

F. LeCraw 

R. J. Woodcock 
R. C. Reid ..... 
W. H. Lovering 
T. Goodfellow. . . 

(t. Barr 

•J. Goodfellow. . . 

G. Barr 

S. Eplett 

J. McCulloch... 
J. McLean . . . 
G. Gray 



R. Ware 

C. W. Pitt 

O. S. Rowe 

.1. Atcheson . . . 

W. Golland 

J. L. McDonald 



W. Lavery . . . 
H. Coleman . 
C. R. Colwell. 
C. F. Coldwell 
J. Johnson. . . 



A. P. Thompson 
R. A. Waite... 
R. H.Carmichael 
G. L. Thomp.son 
N. D. Fetter. 
A. Leitch. . . . 
T. Waters... 

do 
A. Fleming. . 
J. Teasdale . 
G. G. Smith. 
D. M. Lackie 
.J. Akitt 



W. G. MoKinley 
I. M. Johnston 

N. Sinclair .... 
D. McDonald. . 
W. T. Maguire 
M. R.Langman 
J. McQueen . . . 

D. Cameron. . . 
T. Snyder 

S. A. Buck. . . 

r. Snyder . . . 

E. A. Buck. . . 
Sr. N Wright . 
A.F.Robertson 
T. Longmaid. . . 

S. Hill 

D. McComb . . 
A. Watt 




U 
16" 

5 

.5 

6 

6 

6 

G 

6 

6 

1 

1 
12i 



18" 
n 
'S 

10 



12-13i 

1 

1 

14 

3 
1 

5 
30 rods. 
10 
16 

5 
a 



13 

I 

250 yds. 

3 

19 

19 

4 

3i 
I'i 

n 

i 

75 ydsT. 

n 

4 

2i 

9X 



6 

6 

6 

6 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

24 

24 

3 

36 

18 
2 

12 

2 

• 12 

12 

6-12 

24 

18 

18 

3 

6 

12 
6 
6 
6 
6 

1-2 
3 
6 
3 

12 
6 

24 

6 

12 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

3 

12 

3 

6 

6 



12 months 

12 M 

3 „ (to Sept. 30, '05) 
9 II from II 

Part of season, 1905-'06. 

12 months 



(to Mar. 31, '06. 
from II 



(to Oct. 31, -05.) 
from II 

9 I, (to Mar. 31, '06.; 
3 II from n 

12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 

9 

3 

12 
12 

3 

9 

3 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
Part of season, 1905., 

12 months ... 

12 
12 
12 
12 



(to Sept. 30, '05.) 
from II 

and 4 days to 
Oct. 4, '05 ... . 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



12 
12 
12 
12 

9 

6 
12 
12 

Part of season 1906 . 
1906. 
1905. 
1906. 

12 months 

12 
12 
12 

6 

6 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
(to May 31, '06) 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-111 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Davenport and Railway Station .... 
Dean Lake and Iron Bridge . ... 
Dean Lake and Railway Station . . . 

Deerliurst and Gilford. 

Deer Park and N. Toronto Branch . 

De Grassi Point and Lefroy 

Depot Harbour and Railway Stn. . . 
Derby Mills and Owen Sound Road 
Desbarats and Railway Station . . . 

De.sboro and Dobbinton 

Dillonport and Shebashekong 

Don and Toronto 

Dongola and Kinmount 

Dorion and Ouimet . . 

Dorset and Maple Ridge 

Dovercourt and Railway Station. . . 

Downey ville and Omemee 

Downsview and Railway Station. . . 

Dromore and Holstein 

Droniore and Thistle 

Drumquin and Milton West 

Dunbarton and Toronto 



do 



do 



Dunchurch and Parry Sound 

Dunchurch anJ Whitestone 

Dundalk and Hopeville 

Dundalk and Kingscote 

do do 

Dundalk and Mclntyre 

do do 

Dundalk and Railway Station. . . 

Dundas and Shefheld 

Dunn's Valley and Ophir.. . . 
Dunnville and Railway Station . 
Dunnville and Williamsport. . . . 
DunsforJ and Pleasant Point . . . 
Dunsfoid and Railway Station.. . 

Duntroon and Maxwell 

Duntroon and Railway Station . . 
Durham and Flesherton Railway 

Station 

Durham and Railway Station, G.T. 

do do 

Durham and Walkerton 



Eagle Lake and Sundridge .... 
do do 

Earnscliffe and Rosemont 

Ebordale and Markdale .... 
Echo Bay and Railway Station 
Echo Ray and Sylvan Val!ey. . 

Eden Mills and Guelph 

Edgar and Hawkestone Railway 

Station 

Edgeley and Thornhill Railway Stn. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W. Rowntree. . . 
W. .T. Beharriell 
W. Rowan . . . 
R. Baynes .... 
J. V. Spears. . 
H. R. Nesbitt. 
J. K. Meredith 
R. Robertson . 
J. P. Quinn. . . 
G. Lough. . . . 
N.Miner. .. 

A. M. Gray . . 
J. L. Davis. . . 
M. Peacock. . 
G. P. Mark. . . 
.1. A. Hopkins 

B. Downey . . 

P. Roake 

P. Sterne. 

W. W. Ramage 
J. Curry . . . 
G. Falconer 

H. Wood... 



R. A. Creasor 
J. E. Cox ... . 
J. H. Scott... 
J. Phelan ... 
T. Marrie . 

F. W. Hibbert 
M. Mclntyre 
T. Hanbury . 

G. W. Hendrie 
A. Cooper. . . 
J. McGraw. . 
L. Durham . . . 

C. Hore 

W. (xordon . . . 
W. Scutt... . 
M. M. Russell 

W. W. Trimble, 
J. Vollett . . . . 



W. Walpole. 
W. Caldwell 



H. S. Parks . . . . 
T. Towle. .. . 

E. Bradley 

T. H. Smiih... 
D. Robertson . . 
S. R. Haldenby 

W. Woods 

T. W. Mont 

gomery 

J. Burkholder, 




50 yds . . 
8 

500 ft. . . 
4i 
1" 

li 
100 yds. 
\ 

200 yds. 

'm 

8 
S 

54 
0" 
6 
U 
5i 
§ 
9 

4i 
18 
194 

19i 

28 

111 

9 

13fV 

l.V„ 

134 

8 
14 



12 
4i 

14 



141 

i 
i 

164 

7 

7 

51 

124 

h 
64 
16 

12 

2 



12 
2 

12 
6 
6 

12 

12 
3 

12 
3 
2 
6 
2 
2 
2 

6 
(; 

6 
3 
6 
6 



24 
6 
() 

12 
6 

24 

fi 
24 

24 



12 months 

12 n 

12 

12 

12 M 

Part of season 1905 & '00 . 

12 months 

12 ,. 

12 ,. 

12 M 

12 

12 

12 



9 ,. (from Got. 1,'05.) 

Part of season 1906 

12 months 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

1 



10 

12 
12 
12 
9 
3 
9 
3 

24 12 
6 12 
1 12 



6 12 



Amount- 



and 15 days (to 
Aug. 15, "'05).. 

and 16 days from 
Aug. 15, '05. . 



(to Mch. 31, '06). 
from n 
(to Mch. 31, '06). 
from n 



and 21 days (to 
Jan. 21, '(){■>) . . 

and 10 days (from 
Jan. 21, '06) . . 



(to Mch. 31, '06) 
from 1. 



12 12 



S cts. 

50 00 

100 00 

90 00 

175 25 

75 00 

48 00 

50 00 

24 00 

05 20 

234 00 

75 00 

325 00 

59 25 

97 50 

2 71 

100 00 

160 00 

100 32 

300 00 

75 00 

300 00 

69 70 

500 30 
300 00 
150 00 
230 00 
163 22 

54 79 
262 50 

82 25 
125 20 
379 16 

52 00 
187 80 
303 00 
200 00 

78 24 
330 25 
313 00 

469 00 

104 85 

82 94 
400 00 



56 25 


18 75 


200 00 


250 00 


78 25 


110 00 


350 00 


300 00 


187 80 



B-112 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 




Egbert and Catching Post 

Elcho and Smithville 

do do 

Elder and Mono Centre 

Elder's Mills and Railway Station 
do do 

Elia and Railway Station 

Elizabeth ville and Port Hope 

Elmbank and Malton .'. 

Elmvale and Gibson 

Elmvale and Railway Station . . . 

dt) do 

Emberson and Huntsville 

Emery and Railway Station 

Emsdale and Railway Station. . . . 
do do ... 

Enni.s and Loretta 

Ennismore and Frankhill . 

Epping and Flesherton 

Epping and Meaford 

Erin and Guelph 

Erin and Railway Station. .... . .[I. M. Teeter 

Espanola and Catching Post Spanish River 

Pulp & Paper Co 
Espanola and Webbwood Station . . do 

Excelsior and Kagawong H. L. Coi-bier. . 



G. Hopkins. . . . 
E. Harrington. , 

E. Hartnett . . . 
W.S.Thompson. 

D. Elder 

G. T. Elder. . . 

Daniels 

F. Beatty 

Harrison. . . . 

P. Dean.. .. 

T. Cooper.. 
C. Nixon . . . 
G. T. Young. .. 
J. Watson .... 
G. B. Mm-phy.. 

F. W. Brooks. . . 
A. W. Burk . . 

C. Lowes 

J. Weber 

S. R. Hawkins... 
J. Gibson. . . 



Fairbairn and Fenelon Falls 

Fairholme and Lorimer Lake 

Fair Valley and Warminster 

raiding and Otter Lake Railway 

Station 

do do 

Falkenburg Station and Port Car- 

lin^ 

Falkenburg Station and Railway 
Station 

Falkenburg Station and Winder- 
mere 

Fawkham and Washago Railway 
Station . . 

Fenelon Falls and Railway Station. 

Fen wick and Railway Station 

Fenwick and River Bend 

do do 

Fenwick and St. Johns West. , . 

Fenwick and Weltand 

do do 

Fergus and Living Spring 

Fern Glen and Railway Station 

Fesserton and Railway Station. . . . 

Fetherston and Parry Harbour. . . . 

Feversham and Flesherton 

Feversham and Lady Bank 

do do 

Fingerboard and Sonya 

do do 

Fleetwood and P'ranklin ... 

Flesherton and Kimberly 



T. E. Tiers.... 
W. C Ferris.. 
J. Thornton. 

F. P. Rankin . 
M. Rankin 



A. Ennis.. 



W. Naismith . . . 
D. Fife, Jr 



A. B. McDonell. 

H. Brooks 

A. Rice 

C. Traver 

J. Chambers. . . 
J. A. McQueen. 

G. Ebert 

J. C. Ball 

W. Marshall ... 
H. Tebby. ..... 

R. Jancowski . . 
M. A. Peake... 
J. Sample. . . . 

T. Paul 

G. Myers. . . . 
T. Moase, Sr. . . . 

R. Moase 

J. Shea 

J. Weber . . 



16i 



Period. 



Amouiit. 



months .... 

(to April 30, '06) 
from II 



6 |12 
6 112 



(to Nov. 30, '05) 
from 11 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from It 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from M 



6 12 
12 12 



;days to July 12, '05. 
I months 



(to Jan. 31, 'OG)., 
from Feb. 1, '06), 



9 ., (to Mar. 31, '06). 
3 ti from n 

Part of seasons 1905-00 . . 

12 months 

12 



(to Feb. 28, '06). 
from 11 

(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from 11 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 

from 11 

(to Sept. 30, '06). 

from 11 

(toSept.30V'b5K 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



rieshertiin a«d Kimberly 

Klesherton and Railway Station. 

Flesherton and Vandeleur 

Fort Erie and Railway Station. . 
Foxmead and Railway Station. . . 
France aia and Railway Station. . 
Franklin and Railway Station. . 



Freelton and Hamilton . . 
Freelton and Mountsberg. 



do do 

Freeman and Railway Station.. . 



Gait and Sheffield 

do do 

Gamebridge and Railway Station. . 
Garden River and Railway Station. 



Garry Owen and Owen Sound 

Gas Line and Catching Post . ... 
Georgetown and Glen William. . . . 
Georgetown and Railway Station. 

(ieorgiiia Island and Virginia 

Germania and Uffington Road 

(iertrude Mine and Railway Station 

(iilchrist and Shanty Bay 

Gilford and Railway Station 

(Glamorgan and Millbrook 

(>landine and Railway Station 

do do .... 

(ilanford Station and Railway Stn. 

Glenarm and Woodville . 

(ilenoairn and Railwaj' Station .... 

Glen Kden and Mount Forest 

Glen Huron and Railway Station. . 
(ilenilaand Maple Island 

do do 

(xlen Major and Myrtle | 

(ilen Orchard and Stanley Brae.. . . \ 

< Men Orchard and Whiteside . . . . 

< ilcnville and Newmarket 

(ioldenburg and Sowerby .• 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Weber. . . 
W. W. Trimble. 
S. Gilbert ... 

H. Plato 

W. Black 

R. C. Glover.... 
H. E. Tripp & 

Son 

J. Foster 

J. Mount 



do 
E. B. Freeman. 



W. Smith . . 
J. Ranichisel. 

D. McBain.. .. 
A. W. Cunning 

ham 

J. T. Godfrey. . 

E. Michener . . . 

L. Lewis 

W. Hall 

C. Big Canoe. 

W. Stamp 

J. T. O'Connor. 
H. Gilchrist . . 
J. A. Blain. .. 

A. Hanna 

R. M. Taylor.. 
•T. Walacott. . . . 

H. Clark 

S. Dumont. . . 
S. T. Stephens. 
R. Clark. .... 
.1. R. Hamilton 

C. Lorenz 

W. McAmmond 

C. Hartle 

N. Orchard .... 

do 
T. Soraerville. . . 
J. Ralph 



.IS 



13| & (!i 

n 



100 ft. 

14? 

34 



do do 

(ioodwood and Railway Station. . . . 

(iordon Lake and Leeburn 

(jordon Lake and Railway Station. 

(lore Bay and Ice Lake 

Gore Bay and Kagaw.)ng 

Gore Bay, Meldrum Bay and Silver 

Water 

• iore Bay and Poplar 

Gore Bay and Providence Bay 

Gore Bay and Spanish River Station 

Goring and Rocklin 

Gormley and Unionville 

(Joulais Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. . 

24— b8 



J. McCulloch.. 

J. Hakney 

N. Morrison . . 
J. W. Alderson, 

R. Brett 

W. Cosby 



W. Kemp 

M. Mc.Archur. . 
J. Masten . 

J. Purvis 

R. VVilliamson. 
R. Campbell... 
A. McAuIey . 



3i 



() 



n 

IC 



5 

4 
2i 
1.50 yds. 
4 

i 
V, 
2 
2 

i 
22 

i 
.5 

u 

.5 
5 
7 
8 

n 

3i 
6 



7 

10 
7 
51&35 

51-35 
11 
29i 
33 
4 
22^ 
26 






c^ 



30 



G 



12 

6 
3 
6 
12 
18 
2 
6 
6 
6 
24 
2 
3 
3 
6 
6 
f> 
3 
6 
1 
1 
fi 
3 
3 
6 
1 

1 
12 
1 
3 
2 
2 



Period. 



Amount. 



cts. 



6 1 9 mos. from Sept. 30, '051 
24 !12 „ 



3 3 

30 12 

6 112 

6 12 

12 1 12 



12 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 



and 16 days (to 
Oct, 16, '05). . . 

and 15 days (from 
Oct. 16, '05). . I 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from M 



9 

3 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



6 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

4 

8 • 

12 „ 

Part of seasons, 1905 06.. 
Part of seasons, igO.'j-Oe.. 
12 months .... 

7 M (&20dystoFeb. 

20, '06) 1 

(&8dysfromdo)l 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from I, 



(to Oct. 31, '05), 
from ,1 



4 
12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

iPart of seasons 1905 & '06 



2 112 months 



G 12 
12 



12 , 

12 „ 

Seasons 1905-'06. 
12 months 



522 74 
14!) 00 

39 75 
420 00 

60 00 
250 40 

70 00 
220 00 

24 94 

120 10 
1^5 20 



81 75 

40 50 

100 00 



150 50 


19(i 00 


80 00 


15^ 00 


150 00 


40 00 


85 00 


72 00 


150 00 


30 00 


125 00 


39 .50 


39 00 


08 86 


425 00 


60 00 


75 00 


140 00 


21 66 


43 33 


187 00 


82 60 


34 30 


120 00 


48 12 


ao 57 


40 00 


65 00 


229 40 


61 00 


96 00 


500 00 


156 00 


300 00 


553 00 


70 00 


310 00 


400 00 



B-114 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Grand Valley and Peepabun 

Grand Valley and Railway Station 

Grand Valley and Wesley 

do do 

Granite Hill and Mandeville 

Grassie and Kinibo 

Grass e and Railway Station 

Gravenhurst and Railway Station. 

(iravenhurst and Southwood 

Gravenhurst and Utfington 

Gravenliurst and Walker's Point. . . 
Gravenbiu-st and West Gravenhurst 

Gravenliurst and Wharf 

Greenbank and Blackwater Junction 
do do 

Green Bay ami Sheguindah 

(ireen River and Hallway Station. . 
Grenfel and Railway Station. . 
Grimsby Park and Railway Station 

Guelph and Hamilton 

Gnel])h and Shiloh 

Guelph and Street Letter Bo.\e?.. . . 
Guthrie and Oro Railway Station. . 



R. Dickson . . . 
J. & F. Sargent 
ij. Holliorne . . . 

R. Boyle 

A. McLaren. . . 
W. Newnham. . 
R. H. Felker . . 
W. H. Johns.. 
T. Patterson . . . 
J. Crozier . ... 
H. Bradley. . 
J. Groh . . ' .... 
I. Passmore. . . . 
K. Dusty .... 
S. Dusty.. . . 
L. W. Ferguson 
M. R. Hoover. 
K. J. Tracy. . . 
E. A Ohown.. 
W. Read ... 
G. H. Oakes.. 

W. Reed 

W Mitchell.. 



do 



do 



Hamilton and KilbrUe 

Hamilton and King Street Station 

Hamilton Letter Carriers Service. , 



Hamilton and Hunter Street Station Canadian Trans 

f er Co 

Canadian Trans 

fer Co 

W. Small 

Canadian Trans 

fer Co.... .... 

Hamilton Street 

Ry. Co 

W. Wilkinson. . 
Canadian Trans 

fer Co 



Hamilton and Street Letter Boxes . 

Hamilton and Railway Station T 
H. & B ■ 

Hamilton Special Delivery of Par- 
cels at Christmas 

Hamilton Beach and Radial Rail- 
way Station 

Hamlet and Severn Bridge 

Ham])shire and Orillia 

Hampton and Solina 

Hanover and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Hanover and Mulock 

Hanover and Railway Station 

Harrisburg and Troy 

Harrisburg and Weir 

Hath'-rton and Maxwell 

Hawkestone .'ind Railway Station . . 
Hekkia and Ro.s,seau 
Hereward and Belwood Ry. Station. 
Heron Bay and Railway Station. . . 

Hewitt and R:ii!w:iy Station 

Hi'-difield and Catciiing Post 

Hillsljurgh and Railway Station. . 

Hillsdale and Hobart..' 

Hilisdaie and Mount St. Louis. . . . 



J. Hughes .... 
N. E. Bennet. 

C. Baird 

B. G. Stevens. 
W. Wendorf.. 

do 

do 
A. Misener . , . 
A. Pepper . . . 



M. Scilley 

T. Linton 

A. V. Helgason 

E. Hanna 

1). Cameron ... 
C. Hewitt , , . 

A. Sansom 

J. Carmichael. . 
C. E. Smith. . . 
J. Coulson ... . 



.22^ 



c u 

C B" 



13* 

13| 

5 



Period. 



Amount. 



2 

24 

3 

3 

1 II 



12 months. 
12 '■ ... 

ti 





(to Dec. 30, '0.5). 
(from <i ) 



4i 


3 


J. 


C 


3 

4 


36 


11 


1 


11 


3 


14 


1 


2 


6 


If 
5| 


12 


6 


53 


6 


7 


2 


li 


12 


2i 


2 


I 


^4 


314 


6 


151 


3 


5 


13 


3t 


6 


i 


6 


i 


48 


15i 


() 


i 


6 


5i, 17i 


1-1824 


i 


12 


i 


12-3 


6i 


2-(; 


10| 





2i 


(! 


240 yds. 


24 


11 


3 


1 


18 


4 


G 


2A 


3 


4i 


2 


i 


6 


6 


1 


4i 


G 


1 


12 


1 


f) 


5 


(5 


h 


6 


7 


3 


4 


3 



12 ,. 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

Seasons l!)05-'06 

12 months 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 
9 months to Mar. 31, '06 
3 n (from 1. ) 

12 

12 M 

12 ., 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 

12 months 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 „ 



(to Dec. .31, '05). 
(from II ) 

(to Dec. 31, '05). 

{from Jan. 1, '06) 

(2 days to Jan. 
2,' 06) 



S cts. 

40 00 

120 18 

li:o 4() 

122 00 

25 00 

90 00 

80 00 

234 72 

67 00 

103 00 

.50 00 

125 (10 

69 84 
101 25 

33 75 

70 68 
135 00 

78 00 
45 Oo 
727 00 
295 00 
Kil 60 
165 00 



26 62 

112 32 
197 00 

50 00 

900 00 

1,487 50 

81 40 

5 00 

50 25 

75 ro 

1.57 00 
95 00 
25 00 

163 80 
90 00 

156 50 

37 91 
CO 00 
41 86 
52 00 

113 00 
75 00 
45 00 
36 00 
SO 00 

175 00 
75 CO 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Himsworth and Powassan D. Haniahan. 

Hindon Hill and Peterson's Corners D. Taylor . , . 



Hoath Head and Owen Sound 

Hockley and Mono Centre ....... 

Holland Centre and Kailway Stn. 
Hulland Landing and Ry. Station... 

Holstein and Oi chard 

Holstein and Railway Station . . . 
Honeywood and Railway Station . . 

Honora and Little Current 

Honora and Rockville 

Hotham and Nipissing 

Humber and Weston 

H umber Bay and Swansea Railway 

Station ... 

Humbertstone and Railway Station. 
Humberts tone and Street Letter Box 
Huntsville, Fox Point and D wight. 



Huntsville and Portage 

Huntsville and Railway Station 

Huntsville and Ravenscliffe 

Huntsville and Williamsport . . . 



.J. Fisher. . . . 
A. Beatty . . . 
K. C. Price. . 
W. Luck . . . 

J. Mark 

A. Doupe. . . 
■J. Grummett 

D. Hav 

J. H. Spry . . . 

J. Steele 

P. Harris . . 



Ilfracombe and Novar 

Inglewood an') Railway Station. 

Inholmes and Orrville 

Inuesfil and Stroud 



Irish Lake and Piioeville 

do do 

Ironbridge and Skibo 

Isbester and Catching Post 

Lslington and Railway Station 

Ivy and Thornton Railway Station. 



Jackfish and Railwaj' Station 

Jackson and Owen Sound 

Jacksons Point and Railway Station. 
James Bay.J unction and Ry. Station. 

Janetville and Pontypool 

Jarlsberg and Railway Station. ... 
Jerseyville and Railway Station . . . 

Jocelyn and Richards .Landing 

John Island and Cutler Railway 
Station 



Jordan and Railway Station. 

Jordan and Vineland 

Jordan Harbour and Jordan Ry. Stn 
Juddhaven and Port Carling 



J. McConnell. . . 

A. J. Barth 

A. J. Barth 

Huntsville Lake 
of Bays & Lake 
SimcoeNav.Co 
do 

J. D. Thomas... 

W. Clarke... 

H. N. Gerhart 



F C. Taylor. 

J. Scutt 

S. Higgins . 
G Barclay. . . 



A.J. Black... 
T. E. Sullivan. 
A. Fraser. .... 
L. Garnett. . . . 
E. S. Musson. 
W. Reid 



P. A. Nicol ... 
\V. Caswell.... 

W. Morton 

S. G. Vance . . . 

W. Foster 

J. Nelson 

G. VV. Bishop... 
W. W.Kent.... 

Moulthrop Lum- 
ber Company.. 

A. S. Moyer 

do 

S. H. Rittenhouse 
A. Emiis 



S§ 



6 

5-1 

7 
11 

A 

i 

4 

f 
12 
1.3 

9 
10 

8 

1 

1 

333 yds. 



201 
10" 



10" 



1!) 
3 



7i 
5 
150 ft. 



C 
2 
250 yds. 
29 



14i 



Katrine and Orange Valley . . . 
Katrine and Railway Station 

24— b8.^ 



F. H. White . . 
M. A. Mawhin- 
ney 



6 

u 

u 

14 



U CD 

O ;- 



1 

1 

2 

G 

24 

24 

(i 

24 

6 

2 

1 

2 

6 

12 
24 
24 



6-3 

3 6 

36 

2 

1 



12 
6 

12 

12 
6 

12 

2 



Period. 



12 months. 



Amount. 



(5 days from Jan. 
27, '06) 



&26dys. (to Jan 

26, '06) 

(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from do 



12 , 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 1905-06. 
12 months 

11 „ 

12 , 

12 

12 



3 Seasons 1905-6 
12 11 months. 



12 „ .■ 

12 ,,.... 
Season 1905-06. 



12 months 
12 „ . . 



■S cts. 
60 00 

22 24 
90 CO 
394 00 
123 00 
150 24 
147 90 
130 00 
274 00 
140 00 
35 00 
100 00 
221 00 

150 00 

137 68 

30 00 



400 00 

100 00 

330 00 

75 00 

50 00 



150 00 

78 00 

210 00 

71 52 
56 25 
21 00 
52 00 
1 00 
93 60 
200 00 



50 00 
188 00 

50 00 

31 28 
380 00 
110 00 

43 48 
150 80 



100 00 
95 00 

114 30 
75 00 

150 00 



40 00 
97 03 



B-116 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Roiate. 



Katrine Station and Catching Post. 
Kearney and Railway Station . ... 

do do 

Kearney and Sand Lake 

Keldon and Shelburne 

do do 

Kells and Pow.assan 

KeLso and Cliristie Siding 

Kemble and Wolseley 

Kenswick and Roach's Point 

Kettleby and Railway Station 

Kilgorie and Whitfield 

Killarney and Little Current ...... 

Killean and Railway Station 

do do 

Kilmanagh and Mono Road Station 
Kilworlhy and Catching Post. . . 

do do 

Kilworthy and Morrison Lake. . 
Kilwortliy and Sparrow Lake . . 

King and Railway Station 

King and Strange 

Kingliurst and Mooresburg 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J.W.Sutherland 
R. McConkey. . . 

do 
J. Hunter . . . 
W. F. McKee. 
W. McBride.. 
H. Anderson. . 
R. E. Allan. . . 
W. Ci. Vanstone 
D. V. Van Nor 



do do S. Fenton. . . . 

Kinmount and Railway Station .... G. Train 

Kipling and Verner O.England. . 

do do J. Whalen . . . . 

Kirkfield and Lorneville Railway 

Station S. Dumond . . 

Kirkfield and Rohallion R. Whalen 

Kirkwall and Rockton . . J. Harper 

Kleinburg and Railway Station. ... J. Cairns 

Knatchbull and Speyside A. McDonald. 

Kolapore and Ravenna S. A. Wilson . . 



man 

C. Shropshire. 

T. Dorsey 

A. Mclvor .... 

D. Ferguson . . 
Mrs.E. Ferguson 
M. Stonehouse. 
Ci. A. Lehmann 
C Boriman .... 
J. D. Smith. . . . 

A. Wiancko 

J. McDonald . . 
A. McDonald . . 
M. D. McClure.. 



Lafontaine and Penetanguishene. 

Laird and MacLennan 

do do 

Lake Chai-les and Oxenden 

Lambton Mills and Railway Stn. . 



Landerkin and Town Line Corners 
Larchwood and Railway Station. . . 
Leaside Junction and Railway Stn. 
Leaskdale and Railway Station. . . . 
Lea Valley and Webbwood ..... 
Lefaives Corners and Catching Post 



Lefroy and Railway Station . 
Lemonville and Stouff ville. . . 
Leskard and Newcastle.. . 
Le.skard and New Park . . . . 
Lewisham and Washago 



Lily Lake and Manitowaning 
Linden wood and Presqu Isle. 



F. Longpre. . . 
C Venn.. ... 

A. Venn 

R. R. Tupper, 
■J. Harris & J. 

M c C 1 i n c h y 
sureties. . . 

G. Mclntyre 

J. Wright 

J. H. Lea 

W. H. OHver... 

A. Edgeley 

D. W. McNam- 



J. G. Douse . . . 
R. Chappell . . 
T. W. Jackson . 
R. Miller. .. 
J. Fox 



E. Norton. 
G. Shaw.. 






CO yds. 



i 

300 yds. 
300 yds. 
13 
6i 

] 

IC 

10 

4 

24 






12 
18 

i2&ia 

2 
3 
3 
3 
6 
2 

6 

24 

2 

3 

G 

6 

3 

6 

' 6 

1 

6&2 

5 

G 

2 



Period. 



18 
3 
6 

12 
G 
3 

3 

12 
6 
6 

2 
3 



12 months. 

6 

6 
12 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 



(to Dec. 31, '0.5) 
from n 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from M 



12 

12 „ 

12 

Season 1905-6 

6 mos. (to Dec. 31, '05). 



from 

(t'n July 31, '05)! 
from M 



and 3 days (to 
June 3, '06) 
2 127 days from •■ 

12 ,12 months 

2 I 6 M (to Dec. 31, '05). 
2 1 6 -, from 



12 ,12 

3 12 
6 12 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from Ti 



and 27 days (from 
Oct. 5, '05) . 



Amount. 



IS cts. 

35 00 
69 74 
.54 41 

130 00 

157 50 
.50 00 

180 00 
60 00 

104 00 

260 00 

438 20 

60 00 

308 70 

62 80 

62 40 

69 00 

2 50 

27 50 

ti5 00 

94 20 
110 00 
198 00 

55 54 

4 45 

50 00 

95 07 
101 24 

595 00 
80 00 
150 00 
150 00 
197 00 
176 00 



274 20 
39 00 
39 00 

114 00 



135 00 
93 60 
80 00 
12 00 

271 00 
144 00 

55 00 

50 08 

240 00 

300 00 

60 00 

184 78 
50 00 
40 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B- 117 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Lindsay and Railway Station (C. P. 

do do (G.T. 

Linusay and Street Letter Boxe.s. . 

Lindsay and Wharf 

Linton and Kleinburg Railway Stn 

do do 

Lispar and Railway Station (C.P. 
Lisle and Railway Station (G.T.). 
Little Britain and Rdlway Station, 

Little Britain and Valentia 

Little Current and Manitowaning. 
Little Cui'rent and Massey Ry. Stn, 

Little Current and Slieguindah . . 
Little Rapid.s and Thessalon 

do do ... 

Livingstone Creek and Thessalon 
Lloydtown and Railway Station. 

Lloydtown and Tuani 

Lookton and Railway Station.. . . 
Long Branch and Railway Station 
Longfoid Mills and Railway Stn. 

do do 

Loring and Trout Creek 

Lome Park and Railway Station 
Lorneville and Railway Station. . 
Lowbanks and B. D. Crossing , . 
Lowville and Milton West 



) W. W. Workman 

) 



do 

P. O'Reilly 

A. F. Palen ... 

W..T. Sheardown 

H. F. McGuire. 

W. B. Chambers 

R. H. Little.... 
.|D. Yere.x 

D. J. Sharpe . . . 

W. H. Hurlburt 

.'B.H.Turner and 

.T. Ct. Kingsl'oro 

W. Caughell... 

W. Kerr 

C.McPhee 

A. McKiggan . . . 

J. Baird 

do 

W. McElvaney . 

A. R. Buckels.. 

W. Thomson . . . 

R. F. Cooper . . . 

J. Kyle 

A. Shaver . . . . 

M. Cameron .... 

W. W. Michener 

J. A. Colling... 



McFarlane Lake and Sudbury O. Pilon. 

McNab and St. Catharines W. Bogardus.. . 

MacLennan and Railway Station 

(Desbarats) . jM. MacLennan . 

Macville and Railway Station I A. Hope 

Magnetawan and Spence R. Brown 

Malta and Severn Bridge T. W^hyte . ... 

Malton and Nortonville W. Rollings . . , 

Manchester and Railway Station . . M. E. Fitchett. , 
Manilla and Railway Station D. King.. 

Manitowaning and Providence Bay A. Mitchell 

Manitowaning and Wikwemikong. C. Toulouse 

Mansewo.id and Railway Station. . I. Wooding 

Manners Station and Railway Stn IW. Porter 

Majjle and Railway Station R. Rumble 

Maple and Vellore .• do 

Marden and Railway Station . . . J. Doran 

.Markdale and Railway Station. ... J. Chai)man. . . . 
do do .. J. W. Rutledge. 

Markham and Railway Station .... W. Michael 

Markstay and Railway Station .... A. P. Lefebvre. 
Marksville and Milford Haven. ... J. E. Murphy . . 
Marksville and Desbarats Ry. Stn . B. Joudreau . . . . 

Marksville and Tenby Bay F. Bolt 

Marshville and Wainfleet Ry. Stn. R Haymes, Jr. 
Marsville and Hillsburgh Ry. Stn. . S. Woolner.. . . 
Massey Station and Railway Stn. . . W.H.N. Bovvers 
Meadowvale and Railway Station . . C. H. Switzer. . 

Meaford and Owen Sound T. Thomson . . . . 

Meaford and Railway Station J. Ufland 



c4~ 

a 



8 


I 
7 
4 
22 
H 

42| 


1 

i 
i 

I 



9i 

15 
3h 

7i 
20 ro.is. 

7 

20 



d A 



&6 
6 

4 

•4 

3 

12 

ti 

6 

12 

12 

12 

3 

12 

24 

6 

6 



6 

6 

3 

2 

6 

12 

12 

2 

3 

6 

6 

18 

6 

6 

24 

24 

24 



Period. 



12 [12 months 

48 12 

18 12 „ 

19 Part of seasons 1905-'0(i. 
6 Omos. (toDec. 31, '05). 
6 () 11 from II 

12 

6 12 

18 12 

6 12 

6 Season 1905-'06. 



12 
12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

3 

12 

12 12 

2 12 



9 mos. (to March 31, '06) 

3 II from II 
12 
12 
12 
12 
Part of season 1905-'0(5. 

9 mos. (to March 31, 'OC) 

3 
12 
12 
12 
12 



from 



and 6 days (to 
Feb. G, 'bC) . , . 



6 


12 


2 


12 


12 


12 


G 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 



12 12 

24 il2 



(to March 31, '06) 
from M 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

62 60 
210 00 
118 05 

30 00 
187 50 
224 50 

85 00 

25 00 
160 00 
150 00 
319 27 

460 00 

200 00 

78 00 

35 75 

112 48 

224 96 

200 00 

98 00 

25 00 

45 00 

15 00 

600 00 

40 00 

125 20 

80 00 

128 51 

156 00 
175 00 

2fi0 00 

60 00 

95 00 

60 00 

323 50 

100 00 

122 07 

553 57 

117 00 

50 00 

80 00 

117 81 

192 50 

78 25 

117 50 

39 00 

90 00 

100 00 

105 00 

()05 24 

230 00 

195 00 

248 80 

156 50 

150 00 

375 82 

98 40 



B-118 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Meaford and Walters Falls 

Mecunoma and Rye 

Melancchon and Catch Post 

Melville Cross and Railway Station 

Michipicoten RiverandGrassett Stn 

Midland and Railway Station 

Midland and Penetanguishene Rail- 
way vStation 

Midland and Vasey 

Midlothian and Midlothian Wharf. 

Midlothian and Royston 

Millbrook and Mount Pleasant . . . . 
do do .... 

Millbrnok and Railway Station. .. 

Millington and Uptergrove Railway 
Station 

Milton West and Mount Nemo. . . . 

Milton West and Railway Station. 

Mimico and Railway Station 

jMimosa and Orton 

Mineral Springs and Railway Stn. . 

Minesing and Railway Station. . . . 

Minesing and Russellton 

Missanabie and Railway Station. . . 

Monetville and Warren 




.J. Murray 

W. Haufschild. . 

J. Brown 

H. Scott 

Speers & Burke 
R. Barry 



A. Robitaille. 
P. Belfry . . . 
J. Roiisell. . . 
J. Rousell . , . 
C. H. Shield. 
J. .T. Hunter. 
J. L. Byam. . 



Mono Centre and Orangeville 

Mono Mills and Mono Road Rail- 
way Station 

Mono Road Station and Railway 
Station 

Montrose and Port Robinson . . . 

Moon Falls and Moon River 

Mork'y and Woodford 

Morris ville and Silver Water 

Mortimer Point and Port Carling. . 

Morton Park and Roach's Point . . . 

Mo.sborough and Railway Station. . 

Moulton and Dodge Crossing . . . 

do do 

Mount Albert and Railway Stn. . . . 

Mount Albert and Sharon. ...... 

Mount Albert and West Franklin. . 

Mount Albion and Rymal Railway 
Station. 

Mount Dennis and Railway Station 

Mount Horeb and Reaboro 

Mulgrave and Ridgew ay 

Munro's Siding and Mail Catching 
Post 

Murijhy and Railway Station 

Myrtle and Myrtle Station 

Myrtle and Railway Station 

Myrtle Station and Railway Stn. . . 
do do 



Nairn Centre and Railway Station. 
Nantye and Mail Catching Post. . . 
Naughtop and Railway Station. . . . 



P. G. McDonald. 
.1. W. Colling. . . 
.T. A. Davidson. 
R. H. Skelton.. 
I. Cawthra. . . . 
E. ,T. Sharp 

A. Ronald, jr. . . 
S. Elliott 

B. W. Dickison. 

C. Arseneault. . . 

.J. A. Henry. . . . 

R. Arlow 



.T. P. .Judge 

L. Furry 

D. Sweet 

I. .Johnson 

J. B. Graham. . . 
W. Mortimer . . . 
N. Morton . 
J. O. Cleghorn. . 
A. M. Hoffman. 
W. M. Allen. .. 
P. Sleeper ... . 

do 
J. Brodie 



.J. A. Davis 

F. W. Marshall. 

W. Elliott 

C. .J. Bitner . . . . 

E. C. FUzgerald. 

R. Morrill 

C. Hartle 

T. W. Ross 

W. L. Martin. .' . 

F. -Law 




Amount. 



$ cts. 



.J. B. Hammond. 
S. Spillett . ., 
.J. A. Windsor. . 



i 
i 
69 



o 
10 
134 

8 

8 



3i 

lOi 

l&i 

300 yds 

" 4i 

200 ft. 

'I 

50 ft. 
24i 



5 
11 

7 

54 
6 
U 



5 
4 

125 yds. 
100 yds. 



I 
300 yd's. 



3 12 months 

3 il2 „ . 

12 112 „ ... 



6 

2 

24 

6 
6 
3 
2 
G 
6 
36 

3 

6 

12&24 

. 6 

" 3 

6 

6 

6 

12 

3 

C 



12 

Season 1905-6. 
12 months . . . . 



12 

12 „ 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 
12 months . . 

4 n (to Oct. 31, '05) 

8 11 from 11 
12 11 



(from .Jan. J, '06) 



and () days (to 
May 6, '06).. . . 



12 

12 ,1 

20 trips 

12 months 

12 11 

Sea.son 1905-06 

Part of seasons 1905 & '06 
12 months 

9 ,1 (to Mar. 31, '06). 

3 II from II 

12 
12 
12 



(to Mar. 31, '00). 
from 11 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 



288 00 


80 00 


100 10 


46 92 


,300 00 


313 00 


200 00 


470 00 


20 00 


80 00 


82 33 


148 66 


225 36 



74 00 
118 50 
225 00 

24 92 
60 00 

25 00 
71 99 

294 00 

75 00 

636 67 
624 00 

197 00 

36 00 

135 00 

20 00 

90 Oil 

39 00 

40 00 

41 25 
90 88 
30 00 
15 60 
56 34 

200 00 
100 00 

120 00 

30 00 

100 00 

78 00 

40 00 
25 04 
50 00 
75 00 
23 50 
7 80 



210 00 
60 00 
20 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-119 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Naughton and Railway Station . . . . 

Nepigon .and Railway Station 

do do , . . . 

Netherliy and Railway Station 

Nt-usta<lt and Railway Station 

Newcastle and Orono 

New Lowell and Railway Station. . 

Newmarket and Pine Orch.ard 

Newmarket and Railway Station . . 
Newmarket and Sutton West. . . . 
New Toronto and Ruilv\ay Station. 
Niagara-on-the-Lake and Railway 

Station 

Niagara-on-the-Lake and Stn. (C.S. ) 
Niagara-on the-Lake and St. Cath 

arines .... 

do do ... 

Niagara Falls and Niagara Falls 

Station, N.Y 

do do 

Niagara Falls and Railway Station 

(C.S.) 

do do 

Niagara Falls and Queenston. 
Niagara Falls and Street Letter 

Boxes 

Nipissing and Powas.san 

North Kepi)el and Owen Sound . 

do do 

Norval and Railway Station 

Notre Dame du Lac and Verner. 
do do 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



L. Bouillon . . . . 
D. McDonald... 
J. .T. G. Rosser. 

•J. Bauer 

A. Dunemann . . 
T. W.Jackson.. 
J. A. Mather, jr. 
T. Somerville . . . 

do 
R. D. Morton . . . 
T. Torbitt 



Nottawa and Railway Station. 

Nottawa and Rob Roy 

Novar and Railway Station . . . . 
Novar and Swindon 



Oakville and Trafalgar 

Oakwood and Raihvay Station. . . . 

Onieniee and Railway Station 

do do . . . . 

Ophir and Pojilar Dale 

Opliir and Rydal Bank 

Orangeville, Railway Station and 

Street Letter Boxes 

Orangeville and The Maples 

Orillia and Railway Station 

Orillia and Riigby 

Orillia and Sebright 

Orillia and Street Letter Bo.xes 

Oro Station and Railway Station.. . 

(Jrrville and Radway Station 

Orton and Railway Station 

Oshawa and Raglan 

do do 



T. Healey. . 
T. Healey. . 

J. Cunipson 
R. J. Allen. 



A. F. Crow.... 
W. Phemister. . 



A. F. Crow 

W. Phemister. . 
G. Gray 



C. Corson 

H..\. Richardson 
.r. Carnahan . . . 

T. A. Gawley. . . 

J. Hewson 

J. B. Lajeunesse, 
J. Giguere . . . . 

D. Currie. . . 

T. S. Freethy. . . 
L. Consentine. . . 
W. Savage ; 



T. McDermott. 
W. A. Walton . 
W.J. Lamb... 
L. E. Hayes... 
W. Hill, sr. ... 
do 



.Br^ 



300 yds 



4i 

i 

22 

i 

k 

12 
12 



4JL 
10' 
21 

21 

li 
!)" 
12 



10 



T. Henry. . . . 
W. Dedrich 

A. Fi-aser 

N. Gilchrist . . 
R. R. Young . 

A. Fraser 

W. Mitchell.... 
W. White .... 
W. Mooney. . . . 

T. Courtice 23 

W. R. Derby... I 23 



17h 
3' 



r.t. 
r.t. 



G 

a 

6 

6 
18 

6 
24 

3 
24 

f) 
12 

12 
12 

6 
li 

fi 
6 

12 

12 

6 

12 
G 
6 



G 

18 

24 

24 

1 

1 

24 &12 
2 

48 
fi 
(> 

18 
G 

12 

12 
6 
6 



Period. 



mos. (from Dec. 31, "0.5) 
(to Mar. 31, 'OG) 
from M 



G 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 

Part of seasons 1905 & 'OG 



12 months 

Season 1905-06 



Amount. 



6 months (to Dec. 31, '05). 



6 



from 



G ., (to Dec. 31. '05). 
G II from M 
12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

4 I, 12 days (to Nov. 

12, '05) 

7 .1 18 days (from 
Nov. 12, '05) . . 

12 „ 

7 days (to July 7, 'OH)... 

11 months 24 days (from 

Julv7, 'OG)... . 

12 , : 

12 M 

12 , 

12 ., 

12 ,, 

12 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, 'OG) 

3 M from I. 

12 ., 

12 n 

12 • 

12 , 

12 n 

12 , 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

12 M 

12 

3 „ (to Sept. .30, '05) 

9 M from II 



$ cts. 

20 00 

58 50 

19 50 

80 00 

140 85 

155 00 

37 44 

89 00 

1.57 QO 

800 00 

100 00 

GO 00 
35 00 

325 00 
2<;2 50 

42 00 
55 00 

32 50 

15 17 

390 00 

140 00 
480 00 

238 45 

411 54 

100 00 

1 52 

104 Gl 

156 50 

143 00 

G2 CO 

65 00 



109 00 

319 24 

150 40 

49 92 

45 00 

75 00 

338 68 

88 00 

533 GO 

219 00 

403 25 

2(;3 00 

40 00 

124 80 

48 19 

Gl 00 

257 25 



B-120 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Oshawa and Railway Station. 



Oshawa Street Letter Box and 
South Oshawa 

O'Sullivan's Corners and Aginoourt 
Railway Station 

Ouimet and Mail Catching Post. . . . 

Owen Sound and Railway Station 
PR 



(C. 



.). 



Owf'H Sound and Railway Station 
(G.T.) 

Owen Sound and Street Letter 

Boxes 

do do 

Owen Sound and Tara 



Oxenden and Wiarton 



Palermo and Bronte Railway Stn . . 

Parkersville and Mail Catching 
Post 

Parry .'^ound and James Bay Junc- 
tion 



Parry Harbour 
Station 



and James Bay 



Parry Sound and Shebe.shekong. . . . 

Pearceley and .Sundridge 

Pelham Union and Tintern 

Penetanguishene and Railway Stn. . 

Pen ville and Tottenham 

do do 

Perm, Everett and Railway Stn 

Pevensey and Sundridge , ... 

Phelpston and Railway Station . . . 
Pickering and Railway Station . . . 

Pine and Railway Station 

Pine Grove and Woodbridge 

Pontyjiool and Railway Station .... 
Port Cockburn and Maple Lake 

Railway Station 

Port Cockburn and Trout Lake .... 
Port Colborne and Railway Station. 
Port Colborne and Street Letter Box 
Port Coldwell and Railway Station. 
Port Credit and Railway Station. . . 
Port Dalhousie and Railway Station 
Port Hope and Railway Statitm.. . . 
Port Hope and Midland Railway 

Station 

Port Hope and Street Letter Boxe.s. 
Port Maitland and Railway Station 
Port Perry and Railway Station . . . 

Port Perry and Scugog 

Port Perry and Shirley 

Port Robinson and Railway Station 
Port Severn and Waubausheive .... I 



The Oshawa Ry 
Co ' 

do 

W. A. Kennedy 
A. E Holder.. 



J. D. Stoddart. 

do 

W. Bridgett . . . 
J. D. Stoddart. 
J. E. (irant. . . . 



W. Gilbert. 



G. Sargent .... 
P. L.Parker... 
P. R. Johnson . 

C. L. White... 

M. Hamilton. 
J. T. Milsop . 
C. E. Cosby . 
J. H. Picotte. 
M. Casserly . . 
E. M. Wils<m. 
E. F, Anderson 
W. Whittington 
R. Shields . 
W. H. Peak.. 

B. B. Bohnsen 
J. G. Elli.Hon. 
T. Stanton .... 



J. Sword 

R. Lawson .... 
D. Armstrong 

do 
M. .J. Jackson 
F. T. Hamilton 
H. J. Stanton. 
Smith Bros . . . 



T.Roberts.... 

do 
J. Siddall. , . . 
W. Jamieson. 
J. Jackson .... 
J. H. Espin . . 
C. B. Bennett 
E. Polkinghorn 



14 
i&l 

14 r.t. 
100 yds. 



11 
11 

22,1 & 55 
yds. 
3 



350 yds. 

4 

14 
8 
3 

I 
1% 
193 

74 & ,'ij 



TIT 



8 
2 

k 
20 ft. 



Period. 



12 12 months. 
13&1212 „ ... 



112 

6 jl2 

24 12 

30 !l2 

18 6 

18 I 6 

G Ll2 

6 12 



12 1 12 
G 12 



12 10 



24 
4 

7 
C 

k 
4 



1 
o 

3 
24 

6 
6 

G&18 
2 
G 
6 

12 

6 

18 

6 

3 
36 
24 
12 

G 
30 

6 

36 

13 
6 

24 
2 
2 

24 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from H 



and 14 days (to 
May 14, '06). 

17 days (from 
May 14, '06).. 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from 1 1 



and 29 days (from 
April 2, '06)... 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
;3 &6 12 



Part of seasons 1905-06. 

Season 1905-06 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 



Amount. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 



B-121 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



Fort Sydney and Railway Station. 

do do 
I'oit Whitby and Railway Station. 
Pottageville and Seventh Concession 
Cro.ssing 



Powassan and Railway Station . . . . 

Powassan and Storie 

Power Glen and St. Catharines . . 
Powles Corners and Railway Stn. . . 

Prioeville and Railway Station 

Priceville and Topcliff . . ...... 

Primrose and Whitfield . . 

Prince Albert and Railway Station. 
Proton Station and Railway Stn. . . 

Proton Station and Wareham 

Providence and Spring Bay 

Purl:)rook and Uttington 

^ Puslinch and Railway Station . . . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



L. Stanworth . 

J. Quigley 

C. Fox 



J. T. Evans. 



A. H. Porter . . . 
F.W.Meohefske. 
W. O. Reynolds. 
W. H. Powles.. 
D. G. JIcLean . . 
A. McCuaig. . . 

J. Bailey 

J. G. Holman . . 
N. McConnell . . 
J. Roome , , . 
T. Riehings . . . 
T. Crock ford , . . 
J. A. Macdonald 



Quays and Railway Station 

Queenston and Railway Station . 

Queensville and Ravenshoe 

do do 



H. W. Taylor 
F. A. Sheppavd 
J. J. Fen ton. . . 
E. Jones 



Rama Road and Rama Road Cross- 



ing 



Randall and Mail Catchmg Post. . . 
Ravenshoe and Brown Hill Railway 

Station 

do do . . 

Kavensworth and Railway Station. 

Reaboro and Railway Station 

Renforth and Southcote 

Richard's Landing and Railway Stn 
Ridgemont and Stevensville.. . 

do do .... 

Ridgeway and Railway Station .... 
River Valley, Desaulniers and 

Verner 

Riverview and Railway Station. . . . 
Roach's Point and Railway Station. 

Robb and Yeovil 

Rock Hill and Seguin Falls 

Rockside and Terra Cotta 

Rosedene and Silverdale Railway Stn 

Rosemont and Shelburne 

Rosemont and Sheldon.. .. , .. 
Rosseau and Maple Lake Railway 

Station 

Rosseau and Rosseau Falls .... 



J. Heslin. 
J. Speck.. 



Rosseau and Shannon Hall 

Rosseau and Stanley House. . . 

Rosseau and West Grove 

Rossport and Railway Station . . 
Roundwood and Sault Ste. Marie 
Ruskvew and Terra Nova. ... 



W. Linstead . . . 

H. Glover 

J. Q. Adams. . . 

J. Greer 

T. Draper 

R. Holmes 

.\. Saylor 

J. D. Gilmour. 

H. Anthony. . . 

A. Leduc 

J. Laing 

R. Colgan . . . 

T. Bunston 

D. A. Campbell. 
G. Davidson. . . 

B. Moot 

J. .J. Hunter. . . . 
T. J. Anderson. 



2i 
2i 



Hl> 



J. Harvie 

P. Mutchenbac- 

her 

A. Grenkie 

W. B. Maclean. 
M. E. West . . 

J. A. Nicol 

M. Doyle 

W. R. Cam))bell 



200 yds. 

v., 

6" 



H 

66 yds. 



100 yds. 
i 
2i 
9 
3 
3 

17 & 11 

f 

2| 
12 

^ 

3 

12 

m 

4 

»h 
8' 

50 vds 

"7 
2| 



24 
2 

6 
6 
3 
G 

12 

24 
3 
1 
3 

12 



6 
6 



6 

18 

12 

6 

(i 

3 

3 

12 

1 
6 
6 
3 
3 
6 

6 
6 



Period. 



Amount. 



6 mos. (to Dec. 31, '05). 
6 u from H 
12 „ 



12 



and 14 days (from 
April 16, '06).. 



Part of season 1905. . . 
3 months(to Sept.30, '05) 
9 11 from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06), 
from II 



12 
12 

9 

3 
12 
12 

12 
12 

9 

3 

12 I, 

12 „ 

12 

Part of seasons 1905-06 

12 months 

12 1, 

12 II 

12 

12 M 

12 ,. 



(tu Mar. 21, '06) 
from M 



12 II 

Season 1905-06., 

12 months 

Sea.son 1905-06 . 

1 12 months .... 
12 12 11 

1 12 

3 |12 



$ cts. 

117 36 

117 3(; 

25 00 



2(1 09 
187 80 

52 .50 
225 00 
125 20 
210 90 

80 00 
145 00 

80 00 
145 00 
156 00 

40 00 

96 00 

40 05 



25 00 

63 70 

37 50 

131 25 



80 00 
30 50 

187 50 
62 50 
46 69 
70 00 
84 36 

495 00 
56 25 
22 .50 
68 00 



225 00 


120 00 


104 00 


62 4(1 


200 00 


100 00 


180 00 


468 00 


111 65 


390 00 


36 00 


78 00 


52 50 


40 00 


50 00 


52 00 


40 00 



B-122 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



St. Anns and Railway Station . . . 
St. Anns and Smithville Railway 

Station 

St. Anns and Welland Port.. . . . 
St. Catharines and Railway Station 
St. Catharines and Street Letter 

Boxes 

St. Charles and Warren 

St. Davids and Railway Station 
St. Patrick and Mail Catching Post 

Sadova and Sebright 

Sandford and UxVjridge 

Sandhill and Mono Road Railway 

Station 

Sault Ste. Marie and Railway Sta 

tion 

Sanlt Ste. Marie and Railway Sta 

tion 

Sault Ste. Marie and Sault Ste, 

Marie West 

Sault Ste Marie and Street Letter 

Boxes 

Sault Ste. Marie and Wharf 

do do .... 

Saurin and Mail Catching Post 
Scar'ioro Junction and Woburn . 
Schreiber and Railway Stat'on. 
Scotch Block and Railway Station. 
Scotia and Mail Catching Post. . . 

Seagrave and Railway Station 

Searchninnt and Railway Station . . 
Seguin F'alls and Railway Station.. 
Severn Bridge and Railway Station 
Shallow Lake and Railway Station. 
Shanty Bay and Railway Station. . 

Shelburne and Orangeville 

Shelburne and Railway Station. . . . 
Sheridan and Clarkson Railway Sta 

tion 

Sherkston and Railway Station .... 
Shisler's Point and Sherkston Rail- / 

way Station I. 

Smithdale and Railway Station. . . . 
Smithville and Railway Station. . . . 
Smoky Falls and Sturgeon Falls. . . 

Sniders Corners and Trafalgar 

Snowville and Tehkummah 

Snyder and Stevensville Railway 

Station 

Sonya and Railway Station 

South Bay Mouth and Tehkummah 
South Oshawa and Railway Station 



South River and Railway Station , 

South Rivrand Wattenwyl ... . 

Sowerby and Dayton Railway Sta- 
tion 

Spanish River Station and Railway 
Station .... 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



J. M. Snyder. . 



J. H, Hill 
W. Cavers 
D. Walker. 



M. Ireson. . . . . . 

L. Levert 

J. Doyle 

O. Peiow 

H. Matheson . . . 
B. M. Harwood. 



J. White. 



W. Husspy. 
J. Higgins.. 
W. Hussey. 



do 

W. A. Adams. . 
J. Higgins . . . . 
T. Mc(4rath . . . 
J. Gibson. 
J. E. Walker.. 
W. Hampshire. 
E. B. Clearwater 
R. Reynolds . 
J. L. Naylor. . 

R. Fry 

S. Jackson .... 
J. J. Scott... 
IL G. Martin. 
Mowat & Babe 
O. Rand 



W. H. Falconer. 

G. Zavitz 

W. A. Winger. . 
W. E. Wilheltn. 

D. Smith. .. 

E. M. Hoase 
A. Peno .... 
T. Chfton .. 
J. Hutchison 



J. J. Willick 

A. Black. 

J. Hutchison 

The Oshawa 
Railway Com- 
pany. . . . 

E. Jacobs 

A. Egger.. 



csrS 



3 
C 
1 

15 

15 

1 

el 

9 

2i 

ia 

14- 



n 



22 R.T. 
200 yds 



t 



300 yds 
30 yds 



A. H. Hagen. 
C. W. HamiltonI 



Gi 

400 ft 

1-i 

n 
i 
i 
10 
7 
3 

ii 

.1 

i 

1 

18 

i 



H>: 



C ii 

2 



12 

6 
12 
24 

,2,4 
3 
12 
3 
2 
6 

C 

6 

25 



36 

12 

3 

3 

12 



Period. 



12 months. 



12 „ 

Part of season 1906. 
Part of season 1905. 

12 months 

12 
12 



Special trip. 
33 trips . . . 
12 months. . 
12 „ .... 

12 M 

12 „ .. 
12 „ .... 
12 n 

12 

12 , 

12 

12 „ . . . . 
12 ., 

Special trip. 
12 months. . 



(to March 31, '06) 
from M 



Amount. 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 



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I 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Sjiragge and Railway Station 



Sprncedale and Railway Station . . 

Spnicedale and Yearleys 

Stanleydale and Uttersun 

Star and Mail Catching Post 

Stayner and Railway Station 

Stayner and Strongville. ... 

Steelton and Mail Catching Post. . . 

do do 

Stevensville and Railway Station. . 

Stirling Falls and Mail Catching 

Post 



Stobie Mine and Sudbury 

Stone Quarry and Windmill Point 

Flag Station 

Stony Creek and Woodburn 

do do 

Stouflfville and Railway Station. . . . 
Stree tsville and S tree t.sville Junction 

Station 

Stroud and Radway Station 

Sturgeon Bay and Railway Station. 
Sturgeon Falls and Railway Station 
Sturgeon Point and Wharf 



Sudburj' Manitouliii and North 
Shore Railway Station 

Sudbury and Railway Station 

Sunimerville and Cooksville Rail- 
way Station 

Sunderland and Railway Station. . . 

Sundridge and Railway Station. . . . 

Suspen,-,ion Bridge Tolls 

Sutton West and Railway Station. 

Sutton West and Vachell 

do do 

Swansea and Railw.iy Station 



The Cook and 
Bro's Lumber 
Co. of Ontario, 

W. Pearce . . . 

W. (^linn 

.T. Lamb 

.1. Ritchie . . 

D. McNabb... 

H. B. Woodard 

H. A. Madden. 

F. J. Mack 

J. D. Gilmour. 

Cx. L. McK. Bol- 
ton 

D. McNaughton 



J. Wise 

W. Ptolemy... 
.L W.Green... 
W. S. Hare . . . . 



Teniperanceville and Railway Stn. . 
Terra Cotta and Railway Station. . . 
Thessalon and Railway Station .... 

Thessalon and Wharncliffe 

Tliompsonville and Railway Station 

Thornton and Railway Station 

Thorold and Railway Station. . . . 

Tioga and R;i,ilway Station 

Toronto Letter Carriers Service 

Toronto and Railway Station (T. & 
Y. R.Co.) .. 

Toronto and Railway Station .... 

Toronto— Transfer of Mails at 
Union Station 

Toronto and Sortitig Room, Union 
Station 



W. Steen .... 
R. G. McCraw. . 

J. Flayfair 

■T. Laff erty . ... 

The Trent Valley 

NavigationCo. 

J. M. Kelly .... 
do 



W. O'Brien... 
W. H. Olirer. 

.T. Carter 

T. Reynolds. . 
A. Ducett. . . . 
M. Boisvert . . 
F. Daley. . . . 
•J. Brydson . . . 



J. W. Legge . . . . 

J. Coulter 

C. Donaldson. . . 
C. M. Ansley. . . 
M. Schmieten 

dorf 

W. H. Martin.. 
P. R. Warner . . 

A. Lemon 

The Toronto Ry. 

Co 



T. Mounce 

The Canad i a n 

Transfer Co, . 

G. T. Railway . . 



A. Bailie. 






75 yds 
15 



g 

250 yds 
250 yds 

I 



15 R.T. 
15 R.T. 



4 
4 
250 yds. 



3 

i9i 



o &■ 



12 

12 

3 

3 

6 

24 

3 

12 

12 

12 



3 

6 

6 



6 

30 

18 
12 
12 
20 

12 

12 
40 

6 
24 

18 



12 
G 
6 

18 



Period. 



months . 



.1 ,(to Aug. .31, '05), 
II from II 



(to Sept. 30, '05), 
from M 



Part of season 1905-06. . . 



12 months, 
12 I, ... 



Amount. 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
from II 



12 
12 
12 

1 ll2 



12 12 



18 
24 

12 



24 

1G5 



1 12 



cts. 



125 20 
31 30 

172 00 

273 00 
40 00 
78 00 

155 80 

5 83 

29 1(1 

40 00 



124 80 

125 00 

70 00 

65 65 

287 91 

110 78 

154 48 

147 36 

80 00 

158 16 

15 00 

100 00 
593 48 

170 00 
94 00 

176 60 
40 00 
50 00 
31 25 

160 41 
70 00 



200 00 
54 00 

187 80 
141 02 

110 00 

110 OO 

215 00 

43 82 

:,921 00 

225 00 

,619 06 
626 00 

13 00 



B-124 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Toronto P. O. and Stations A. and 
C 

Toronto P.O., Station B, Letter and 
Parcel Boxes and Union Station . 

Toronto and Station H 



Toronto — Extra Christmas Delivery 
do do . . 



do 



do 



Toronto P.O. and Union Station 

and Stations A. C. E. and F. . . 
Toronto and sub. Post Office and 

Letter Boxes 

Tortjnto .Junction, Carlton and 

Royce Avenue Railw.ay Station. . 
Toronto Junction and Railway Stn. 

Toronto Junction and Toronto 

Tottenham and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

Trinity and Jerseyville Railway 

Station •. . 

Trout Creek and rCailway Station 
Turbine and Mail Catching Post. 



Uhthoff and Railway Station . 
Unionville and Railway Station, 

Uphill and Victoria Road . 

Uptergrove and Railway Station 

LTtica and Uxhridge 

LTtopia and Railway Station . . 
Uxbridge and Railway Station. . 
Uxbridcfe and Victoria Corners. 



Varney and Railway Station 

Verner and Railway Station 

Victoria Harbour and Railway Stn 
Victoria Mines and Mail Catching 

Post 

Vine and Mail Catching Post. . . , 
Vinemount and R.ailvvay Station 
Vivian and Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



T. Bilton. 

T. Mounce. 
R. Newell. 



R. Newell. . . 
Can. Transfer 

Co. .. 
J. K. Cuthbert- 

son 

Can. T r a n f e r 

Co 



as 

.IS 

Q 



J. Powers 



H. W. West.... 

do 

do 

S. Morrow 

M. J. Casserly. . 

a. W. Bishop. . . 
M. Corkey. .. 
The Huronian 
Co., Ltd 



J. Lynes 

T. Bennett 

A. (iilmour 

.J. Kenny 

G. Minty 

A. Connor 

F. W. Heard... 
J. H. Wagg. . . . 



VVahnapitae and Railway Station. 
Waldeniar and Railway Station. . . 
Walford Station and Railway Stn. 
Warren and Railway Station .... 
Washago and Railway Station. . . 
Waterdown .and Railway Station . 
Waubaniick and Paiiy Sound Road 
Waubauslune and Railway Station 
Waverly and Railway Station. . . . 
Wavland and Mail Catching Post. . 
Webbwood and Railway Station. . . 
Weir and Mail Catching Post 



C. Gadd 

C. (i Guenette 
M. Vasey . . . 

G. G. Elliott. . 
V. P. Kelcey . . 
J. M. Patterson 
G. W. McOor 
mick 



J. Fortin 

E. (rrosskurth . 
A. G. Walford . 
C. L. Keeling. . 
.). H. Carson . . 
G. F. Creen . . . 

H. Harris 

W. H. F. Rus.sell 
W. Drinkill . 
S. E. Ui)ton 

F. Currier . . . 
A. Pepper. . . 



27(i & 
1,500 ft. 

1 

5 

i 
i 

(i 

X 
4 

u 



i 

i 

12& 13* 

6i 



t^ 



1^ 



as req. 

18 

36 

1 

. 24 

24 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months. 
12 „ . . . 



1 n and25 days (from, 
May 7, '06) ... I 



100 yds. 
1 

5 

H 
ih 

I 

s 
9 
150 yds. 
300 yds. 
200 vd.s. 



12 

24 

G&3 

12 

6 
12 
24 

3 



24 

24 
24 

12 

12 

6 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

2 
24 

6 

3 
12 

6 



9 mos. (from Oct. 1, '05) 
12 



6 ;12 
12 



12 



(to Feb. 28, '06). 
from II 



(frsmJan. 1, '06) 

and 29 d. ffrom 
Jan. 3, 1906. 



37 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— TORONTO DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B -125 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all pajTiients for Mail Transportation in Toronto Postal Division, 

itc. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Welland and Railway Station (C.S.) 
Welland and Railway Station(Cx.T.) 
Welland and Railway Station (T. 

H. &B.) 

Welland and Street Letter Boxes. . 
Wesley ville and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

Weston Letter Co.v and Railway Stn 
Whitby and Railway Stn. (G. T.), . 

do do' (W. &P.P.) 

Whitefish and Railway Station .... 
Whitehall and Railway Station. . . . 
White River and Railway Station. . 

Windermere Station and Mail 
Catching Post 

Woodbridge and Railway Station. . 

Woodville and Railway Station. . . . 

Worthington and Railway Station. 

Wyebridge and Wyevale G. T. R. 
Station 

Wyevale and G. T. R. Station .... 



Zephyr and Railway Station 

Zimmerman and Railway Station. 



Name 

of 

Contractor, 



J. McQueen . 
J. J. Yokom 

•I. Mc(iueen. 
J. J. Yokom. 
J. Barrowclough 
W. Tliorndyke 

A. Harvey 

W. Newport. . . 

do 
J. D. Gemmill. 
W. A. White.. 
W. M. McDou 
gall 

S. E. Upton . 

B. S. Haslam. 

B. Lapp 

J. Carroll. 



G. Sieer 

J. Bishopric. . 



F. Gray. 
W. Lee.. 



Total 

Less amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund 




158,442 81 



B-126 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



LONDON POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all paj^ments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division made within 

the year ended, June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Aberarder and Railway Station. . . . 
do do .... 

Aberdour and Railway Station 

Adelaide and vStrathroy 

Ailsa Craig and Nairn. ... , . . 
Ailsa Craig and Railway Station. . . 

Albuna and Blythe.swood 

do do 

Aldlioro and Rodney 

Alford Junction and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Allenford and French Bay 

Alleiiford and Railway Station. . . . 

Allenford and South.ainpton 

Alma and Railway Station 

do do 

Alma atid Winfield ... 

Alvinston and Railway Station. . . 
Amherstburg and Railway Station 
Ainher.stbuig and Vereker 



Amherstburg and Windsor 

Amiens and St-rathroy 

Amulree and Stratford 

Appin and May fair ■. . . 

Appin and Osnian 

Appled ^re and Railway Station. . . . 

Arkona and Keyser 

Arkona ana Thedford 

Arkona and Watford 

Armow and Kincardine 

Arner and Railway Station 

Arthui' and Fergus 

Arthur and Railway Station. .. . 

Atkin and Inwood 

Atwood and Mitchell. . . 

Atwood and Railway Station 

Auburn, Ely the Railway Station 

and St. Auguscine ' 

Auburn, Rlythe Railway Station 

and St. Augiistin 

Aughrim and Tanci-ed 

Auld and Railway Station 

Avon, Putnam and Railway Station 
Avonbank and St. Paul's Railway 

Station. 

Av.)nry and Wilkesport. . . .... 

Aj'lmer and Dunboyne 

do do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.J. Graham 

F. Hanniford. . . 

G. Christie. . 

C. McCartliy. . . 

D. A. Mcliityre 

•I. Morgan 

F. Courtney ... 
X. J. Courtney. 

J. Sholt/. 

J. R. Summer- 
hays 

H. Shannon. . . 
C. Cartwright. . 
do 

A. Roos 

J. E. Brown . . 
•7 . H. Stone . . . 
S. (t. Williams. 
.J. R. Tonilinson 
T. A. Tliornton. 



A. Fo.K 

W. Ii eland 

J. D. Fisher ... 
J. F. Campbell 
H. Davis . . 

W. Higgs 

H. E. WiLson. 
W. H. Siilington 
T. .1. Wdscm . 
D. McKenzie. 
G. C. Greavt-s 
W. li. Draper 
F. A. Driscoll 
H. Atkin . 

•J. Abbott 

D. Gordon. . . . 



Period. 




h 

n 
n 

4 
150 yds. 



m 



M. A. Moore. 

J. McKnight. 

J. Fields 

A. Mayville. . 
G. Fraiick . 



J. Gibson. . , 
E. Blacklock. 

C. Papst 

C. Ryckman 



174&19^ 

11 
54 

8i 
2l 



13,1 &lli 
11 

\ 
12 

4 

4i 



C| & G^ 




6 
(i 
6 
6 

12 
3 
. 3 
6 
G 

2 
12 

G 
24 
24 

G 

. 12 

12 



G&3 
6 
6 
C 
3 
2 
6 
G 
G 
3 
12 
(i 
24 
2 
G 
6 

G 

G 
2 
(> 
G&12 

6 

2 
G 
6 



Amount. 



months (to Dec. 31, '0.5) 
from PI 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from II 



(from Feb. 1, '06) 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG) 
fiom 11 



IS d.ays (from 
Nov.' 13, '05).. 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 
(from Apr. 1,'OG) 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG) 
from II 



$ cts. 

25 12 

24 'JG 

70 10 

23!) 93 

280 00 

80 00 

15 00 

45 00 

IGO 00 

14 49 

109 00 
93 90 

249 00 
89 25 
43 68 

206 00 
K7 00 
83 87 

89 17 
4.50 00 
112 87 
294 00 
185 25 
120 00 

57 20 
165 00 
101 25 
299 00 
146 25 

54 00 
135 00 
150 24 

75 00 
349 00 

78 00 

225 00 

225 00 

40 00 

1 06 

225 00 

397 CO 

45 00 

355 50 

118 50 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— LONDON DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-127 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Avliiier and Railwaj' Station (G.T. 

do do (M.C. 

do do do 

Aylmer and St. Thomas 

Ayr and Railway Station 

Ayr and Roseville 



]?aQen and ^yellpsley 

Bamberg: and Petersburg 

Banner and Railway Station. . . . 

B.irrettville and Esse.x 

Bayfield and Rivilway Station 

Bayfield and Seafortli . . 

Bayliam and In.'ersoll 

Beachville and Railway Station, . . . 

Beacon.sfield and Woodstock 

Beai' Line and Chatham 

Beaver Meadow and Rradshaw. . . 

Becher and Terminus 

Becher and Wallaceburg 

do do 

Beechwood, St. Columban and Rail- 
way Station 

Belgrave and Warnoch 

Belgra. e and Railway Station 

Belgrave and Sunshine 

Belle Jiiver and Byrnedale 

Belmont and London 

Belmont and Railway Station 

Belmore and Wroxeter . , 

do do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Belton and tlailway Station . 

Belton and St. Ives 

Benmiller and (ioderich 

Bentpath and Dresden. . . . . 
Berlin and Bridgeport 



Berlin and Crossbill . 

Berlin, Gait and Elmira Railway 
Station 



A. W. Pierce 

do 
0. Ryckman. 
.1. Tiiodey . . 
N. Dragon . . . 
N. B. Bricker 



P. Ottnian. . . . 

G. Kress 

J. Clendinning. 

S. Tice 

H. Little . . . 

do 

P. Kennedy. . . 
T. Taylor .... 

H. Rice 

J. E. Watson . . 

D. Youngs 

M. Munro 

E. H. Ruttan . . 
J. S. Grant .... 



Berlin and Street Letter Boxes . . 
Berhn and Waterloo 



Berlin and West Montrose 

Bickford and Railway Station 

Big Point and Chatham 

Birr and Snuthgate 

Blackwell Station and Railway Sta- 
ti(.n 

Blackwell Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Bland ford Station and Railway 
Station 

Bliir and Railway Station 



J. J. Ryan 

P. Porterfield . . . 

D. Sproat .... 
M. S. Watson . . . 

W. Byrne 

J. Charles ... 

do 

J. Chittick 

J. Marshall and 
T. Totter.... 

W. C. Box 

H. Powell 

W. Moore, Jr. . . 

N. Reid 

Berlin & Water- 
loo Street Rail- 
waj' Company 

T. S. Plavfnrd 

Berlin <fe Wate 
loo Street Rail- 
way Com|)any 

C. B.' Fischer. .. 

Berlin & Water- 
loo Street Rail- 
way Company 

J. McGovern . . . 

M. Webster . . . 

W. Lapp 

G. Morrison. . . . 

P. Wellington . 

F. C. Wheatley. 

E. A. McCombs 
J.J.H. Rens^aw 



2i 

2.'; 

10' 

i 





8 
h 

m 

17 
201 
275 yds. 
16 

H 

4i 
4i 



2f &i 

h 

5h 
14" 

C" 

c 

1 
6^ 

U 



15| 



91S 



2 
14 
300 ft. 
13J 

24 



Iff 



20 ft. 



24 
12 
12 

(5 
18 

« 



C 
2 
(i 
6 
fi 
6 
6 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 

r. &8 

3 

18 

, 2 

1 

(!• 

12 
(i 

G 
12 
2 
6 
2 



Period. 



Amount. 



6 ! 8 
G 12 



18 12 
13&1912 



12 



12 months I 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, 'OG)j 
3 II from I. 

12 , 

12 

12 



12 
12 12 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 



(to Dec. 31, '0.5) 
(to May 31, '06) 



(to Apl. 30, 'OG) 
from II 



(from Nov. 1,'05) 



(to Feb. 28, 'OG) 
from It 



$ cts. 

100 00 

100 92 

33 63 

200 00 

140 85 
157 00 



235 00 

190 00 

G9 63 

91 00 

200 00 

315 00 

440 00 

50 00 

324 00 

148 00 

26 00 

52 00 

40 00 

33 41 



190 00 


GO 00 


150 00 


70 00 


55 00 


140 00 


58 83 


125 67 


23 33 


50 00 


68 25 


i40 00 


163 10 



G(i 58 
300 00 



lr>0 00 
300 00 



37 56 
365 00 

40 05 
490 00 

50 00 

28 00 

14 OO 

36 00 
26.81 



B-128 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Blenheim and Morpeth 

Blenlieiin and Kailvvay Station . . . . 

Bienlieini and Rondeau 

Blenheim and Wheatley 

do do 

Blue Lake and Railway Station . . . 

Bluevalc and Railway Station 

Blyth and Railway Station 

Blytheswood and (ioldsmith 

Blytheswood and Railway Station . 

Bornhohn and Brodhagen 

Bothwel! and Clachan 

Both well and Florence 

Botliwell and Moravian Town 

Both well and Mosside 

Bowood and Ivan 

Boxall and Fingal 

Bradsliaw and Bripden 

Brandy Creek and Railway Station 

Brantford and Burtch .... 

Brantford and (irand View 

Brantford and Langford 

Brantford and Railway Stations. . . 

Brantford and Street Letter Boxes. 



Breslau and Weissenburg 

Brewster and Park Hill 

Brigden and Railway Station 

Brigden and Wheeler 

Bright and Cas-snl 

Bright, Washington and Ry. Statn 

Bright and Railway Station 

Brinknian's Corners and Tobermory 



Britton and Railway Station . 

Brucefield and Railway Station 
Brunner and Railway Station . 

Brussels and Cranbrook 

Brus.sels and Railuay Station. , 

Brussels and Spaforth 

Brussels and Wroxeter 

Bryanston and Devizes 

Buriord and Cathcart 

Burford and Fairfield Plain . . . 
Burge.ssville and Newark . . . 
Burgessville and Railway Station 
Buxton and Railway Station 
Byron and London 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



T. K. Morris . 

do 
J. D. Mann . . 
\V. K. Dean . 
W. C. Wickwire 
.1. D. McDonald 
J. (iardner .... 

W. Bell 

D. Reid, .Tr... 
A. .7. Scratch. . 
W. Hillebrecht 
J. T. Patterson 

C. McDonald. 
W. (ioolding . 
J. McConbray 
J. S. Harris . . 

L. Else 

\V. A. Dawson 

J. Burke 

S. Mclntyre. . 
Hunt & Colter 

D. Dowling . . 
.1. M. Dyckman 

& Co 

J. Moffat... 

E. Cutmore 



J. Rider 

J. Raville . . . 
J. Ani'strong 
C. Napper. . . 
W. Armstrong 
E. Yatzka. . . . 



Calder and Railway Station . . 
Caledonia and Conboyvill° . . . 
Caledonia and Railway Station 

Caledonia and Six nations 

Canfield and Railway Station . . 



. B. Wilson 
H. Hopkins 
. H. Hopkins 
G. Alexander 
Dobson 
Wilson . 
. Peters. 
Huether 
R. Muldoon 
G. Lowry 

do 
Grant . . . 
W. Cavin 
Cavin . . 
Mitchell 
Perdue. 
G. Burk 
Charles . 






H. G. Jones 
J. McMillan 

do 
P. J. Atkins 
T. Brown . 



11 

i 
.5 
32i 
32i 



4 

C&Og 

4" 
Ki 
5 
34 



6i 
1 
8 
Ik&h 

198 

9 
15S 
i 
G 
9 

1 

171 

m 



15 
10 

4J 

5i 

3i 

>-^ & 9* 

I 
1 



2? 
6 



^(4 






6 

18 

(i 

G 

(i 

12 

12 

24 

3 

G 

G 

G 

G ' 

2 

6 

C 

4 

. 3 

6 

6 

'f, 

6 

24, 24, 

66 

12 

18 

6 
6 
12 
2 
G 
6&12 

C 
2 
2 
6 
G 

24 
6 
6 

24 
6 
6 
3 
6 
G 
6 

18 

12 
G 



Period. 



12 months. 

12 

12 

G 

G 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from M 



11 dys. (to Jan. 

4, ''00) 

27 dys. (from 

Jan. 4, '06) . . . 



Amount. 



8 dys. (from Feb. 

21, '06) 

(to Sept. .30, '05). 
from .■ 
(to Dec. 31, '0-5.) 
from M 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Cape Croker and Colpoy's Bay . . . 

Cargill and Railway Station 

Carholnie and Simcoe 

Carlsruhe and Railway Station . . . 

Cayuga and ])eans 

Cayuga ond Railway Station (G.T. ) 
do do (M.C.) 

Cayuga and Gypsum Mines 

Cayuga and Kohler 

Cayuga and Railway Station . 

Caj'uga and Upper 

Centralia and Saintsbury 

Charing Cross and Doyle's . . 
Charing Cross and Railway Station 
Charlemont and Tupperville. . 
Chatham and Mitchell's Bay . 
Chatham and Pere Marquette Rail- 
way Station 

Chatham and Street Letter Boxes. . 
Chatham & Wallaceburg & Crossing 



Cheapside, Jarvis and Ry. Station. 

Cheapside and Sandusk 

Chelsea D. Green and London 

Chepstowe and Railway Station . . . 
do do 

Chesley and Railway Station .... 

Chiistina and Mount Brydges 

Clanbrassil and Railway Station. . . 

Clandeooye and West McGillvray . 
do do 

Clifford and Huntingfield 

Clifford and Lakelet 

Clifford and Railway Station . . . 

Clinton and Railway Station .... 

Clinton and Sumnierhill 

Coatsworth Station and Railway 
Station 

Coldstream and Fernhill 

Colin ville and Sarnia.. 

Coljiov's Bay and Wiarton 

Comber and Railway Station 

do do ... 

Comet and Harrow 

Conroy and St. Paul's Station 

C'opleston and Petrolea 

Corinth and Railway Station 

Cornell and Railway Station 

Comma and Railway Station 

Cotswold and Palmerston 

Cottani and Esse.x 

Courtland, Port Rowan and Rail- 
way Station 

Courtland and Rosanna 

Courtwright and Ladysmith 

Courtwright and Railway Station 

^(M.C.) 

Courtwright and Pere Marquette 
Railway Station . . . . : 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



I. Descheneaux 
C. W. Keeling. 
R. Hodges . . . 
X. Lobsinger. 
G. Shipway . . . 

E.Wigg 

do 

•F. Walton 

L. Mine 

G. Lishman . . . . 
J. Pridmore . . , 
W. J. Smyth . . . 
M. Doyle . . . 

A. Hunter 

A. Walker 

J. McLaren . . . 



W. Lethbridge . 

H. J. Maggs . . . 

Chatham, Wal- 
laceburg & Lake 
Erie Ry. Co... 

R. Mattice 

W. R. Dennis . 

C. F. Coates 

J. Schurter 

C. Mullin 

J. Lindsay, Jr. . 

J. Bond 

J. Cossar 

J. W. Hardy . . . 

T. McCaffrey... 

J. Renwick 

J. Horton 

J. Bolton. ... 

J. W. Elliott... 

I. Brownlee . . . 

J. E. Liddle ... 
S. P. Zavitz . . 
J. McKellar . . 

L. Hyatt 

W. Burnard .... 

A. Wallace 

J. B. Beaudoin.. 

J. Robb 

W. White 

A. McKenzie , . 

I. Sommers 

C. E. Proctor... 
G. Williams. . . 
A. Lonsberg .... 




Amount. 



W. T. Minard . 
W. .J. Heron . . 
J. Coyle, Sr. . . . 



W. A. dathcart. 
do 



17 
2 

n 

7i 
7" 
5i 

i 

4 

15 rods. 
6 
33i 
3 

i 
4" 
3 

q .1 

25 rods. 
3 



5i 

20 & J 
4 
5i 



i 



18 
3 
6 
6 
6 
2 
6 
12 
48 
3 

12 

6 

3 

G 

24 

24 

3 

2 

(! 

12 

12 

12 

C 

G 



G&12 12 

2 il2 

3 12 



12 



12 12 



12 



(from Jan. 1, '06) 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from .1 



(to Mar. 31) 
from ,, 



and arrears 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



$ cts. 

95 00 

135 19 

480 00 

109 83 

7G 44 

59 47 

46 95 

145 45 

121 25 

148 60 

150 00 

52 00 

75 00 

loo 16 

61 00 

247 14 



265 00 


401 69 


23 # 


450 00 


165 00 


37 50 


29 25 


80 25 


180 00 


117 00 


60 00 


126 75 


35 21 


90 00 


120 00 


60 07 


175 28 


117 75 


43 82 


107 00 


258 08 


90 00 


65 73 


65 73 


143 00 


60 00 


160 00 


5!) 00 


85 00 


€8 G4 


250 00 


160 00 


649 00 


48 00 


95 00 



78 25 
76 00 



•24— b9 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Cowall and lona Station 

Cranston and Railway Station 

Crediton and Railway Station 

Crinan and Dutton 

Croton and Thames ville 

Cultus and Erie View 

Curries Crossing and Railway Stn. 
Cuthbert and Edy 's Mills 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W. Fletcher... 
H. B. Webber. 

C. Wolf 

N. Currie. . . 
W. H. Smith. 
E. Overbaugh. . 
W. D. Smith. . 
•J. Marshall 



Dgirrell and Railway Station 

do ' do 

Dashwood and Exeter Railway Stn 

Dash wood and Park Hill 

Dawn Mills and Dresden 

Decewsville and Railway Station. 

Deeinerton and Mildmay 

do do 

Delaware and London 

Delhi and Railway Station ...... 

do do 

Delhi and Rhineland ... 

Delhi, Wyecombe and Railway Stn 
Delmer and Railway Station. . . 

Denfield and Duncrief 

Denfield and Railway Station 

Dereham Centre and Main Post 

Road, .and Mitchell's Corners. . . . 
Dereham Centre and Railway Stn. . 

Derrynane and Kenilworth 

Dexter and Union 

do do 

Dobbinton and Mount Hope 

Dobbinton and Railway Station. . . . 

Dobbinton and Williscroft 

Donegal and Railway Station 

Doon and Railway Station 

Drayton and Hollen 

do do 

Drayton and Railway Station 

Drayton and Riverbank 

Dresden and Railway Station 

Drew and Railway Station 

Drew Station and Railway Station. 
Drumbo and Railway Stations and 

Mail Transfers ... 

Drysdale and Kippen 

Duart, Palmyra and Railway Stn. . 

do do do . . 

Dublin and Farquhar 

Dviblin and Railway Station 

do do 

Dumblane and Paisley 

do do 

Dnnkeld and Railway Station 

Dunnville and Selkirk ... 

Dutton and Railway Station 

Dyer's Bay and Lions Head 



S. Duncan . . . 
J. Mclsaac. . . . 
P. Mclsaac ... 
do . .. 
J. Watson .... 

E. Barnett 

A. Kueneman. . 
•J. Kastor. .... 

F. Ireland . . . 
J. M. Crysler. . 

F. McMonagle. 

G. Manfhe 

A. L. Wilson . . 
E. Hicks. 

N. Stewart.. . . 
do 



W. Short. ... 
A. Chandler. . 
J. Purtell. . . 
M. Parker 

D. Weir 

T. King 

W. J. Thompson 
H. D. Woods. 
J. J. Hymers. 
J. H. Thompson 
J. A. Saigeon. . 

E. Close 

R. Henderson. . 
N. Ruston. 
J. Watson ... 

S. Bishop 

J. H. Dickson. 

R. Alexander. . 

J. Howard 

L. Eberle. . . 

W. Jones 

J. Riley 

M. Wallace . . . 

F. McLaughlin, 
L McNeil .... 
A. G. Fenwick. 

F. Schuler 

W. Swartz 

A. J Leitch. . . 
R. Currie 




Amount. 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from T, 

to Dec. 31, '05). 
from 11 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Ea^le and Railway Station 

Ealing and the Gore 

Eberts and Railway Station 

Edgar's Mills and Railway Station. 

Edy's Mills and Oil Springs 

Electric and Wallaceburg. 

Elmira and (ilen Allan 

Elinira and Railway Station 
Elsnistead and Railway Station.. . . 
Elm wood and Railway Station 

do do 

Elniwood and Solway 

do do 

Elora and Tnverhaugh 

Elora and Pentlar.d 

Elora and Railway Station (C.P.). . 
do ' do (G.T.).. 

Elora and Salem 

Embro and Harrington 

Embro and Holiday 

Embro and Railway Station 

Erbsville and Waterloo 

Erie and Jarvis 

Erieau and Railway Station 

do do 

Eskdale and Tiverton 

Esse.f and Gesto 

Essex and Railway Station 

Ethel and Railway Station 

Ettrick and Ilderton 

Exeter and Railway Station 

Exeter and St. Marys 



Fair Ground .and Tilsonbnrg 

Fair Play and Tecumseh 

Fairview and Stratford 

Falc(jnbridge and Mount Brydges . . 

Falkland and Paris S'.ation 

Farewell and Kenilworth 

Farewell and Wagram 

Fargo and Kent Centre . 

Fargo and Railway Station ... 

Fergus and Ponsonby 

Fergus and Railway Station (C.P.). 

do do (G.T.). 

do do do . 

Fernbank, Millbank and R.ailway 

Station 

Fingal and Port Talbot 

Fin al and Railway Station. .... . 

King.il and St. Thomas 

Fisnerville, Nelles Corners and Rail 

way Station 

Fletcher and Railway Station 

Florence and Gakdale 

Florence and Rutherford 

Florence and Shetland 

Fordwich and Newbridge 

Fordwich and Railway Station 

24— ii9l 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W. Wann... 
M. Ackland . 

E. H. Moir.. 
S. VVeldon... 
A. Groombridge 
J. G. Rose.. . 
W. Steenson .... 
H. Steneineugel. 
J. S. Austin .... 

J. Zarn 

S. Ellis 

F. Schultz 

J. Mcintosh 

E. Dobberthein, 

D. Esoh 

F. Johnson . . . : . 

do 

E. Wissler . 

W. S. Vannatter 
J. McKenzie. , 
W. S. Vannatter 

G. Brown 

H. A. Smithson. 
C. B. More.. .. 
T. H. Ross . . . 
A. McDonald . . . 
R. Hamilton .... 

T. Rush 

J. Jamieson. . . . 

J. McRae 

C. Snell 

F. Ballentyne. . , 



H.E. Cutler... 

J. Quick 

J. T. Waddell, 
A. (Jraham . . . . 

T. Halbert 

H. Morrison . . . 

do 
N. E. Horton . . 
S. W. White... 
D. Duffield. .. 
R. C. Hayden. . 

L. Sargent 

R. C. Hayden. . 



T. J. Hawthorne 
J. Brown . ... 

E. Neville 

J. Cameron 

H. Nablo 

R. Sainsbury. . . . 

R. Sinclair 

J. McDonald... 
G. Thompson. . . 
W. Chapman. . . 
J. Wilson 



4i&7 
i 



Period. 



12 montlis. 

3 
12 
12 
12 

3 
12 
12 
12 
12 

2 

1 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



(to Sept. 30, '05j. 



Amount. 



(from Ap].l,'0(i) 



(to April 30, '06) 
from II 

(to .July 31, '05). 
from • do 



Part of season 1905 . 
1900. 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 n 

12 „ 



(to Dec. 31, '0.")) 
from 11 



S cts. 

240 CO 
15 00 
43 82 
40 00 

125 00 
K) 25 

281 48 

125 00 
50 00 
39 12 
18 55 
22 10 

271 07 
52 00 
55 00 
70 10 

200 00 
6(i 75 

290 00 
70 00 

162 76 

80 00 

75 00 

4 80 

20 

75 00 

158 00 

179 90 

135 00 
88 66 

187 80 

520 00 



540 00 

65 00 

150 00 

110 00 

240 00 

149 00 

32 25 

.55 00 

60 07 

1.30 00 

100 00 

59 88 

59 87 

305 00 
1.30 00 
174 00 
140 00 

174 00 
65 00 
315 00 
•-'48 00 
140 00 
134 75 
126 QP 



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APPENDIX B—Co7itinued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Fordyce and Lucknow 

Forest and Railway Station. .:.... 

Forest and Ravenswood 

Forestville and Railway Station. . . 

Formosa and Mildmay 

Freeborn and Feffer".s Crossing. . . . 

Fronie and Railway Station 

FuUarton and Mitchell 

Fulton Mills and Railway Station. 



Name 

oi 

Contractor. 



Period. 



McLeod. . . 
Foster. . . . 
Anderson. . 
T. Martin. 

Brick 

Freeborn . 

, F. Silcox.. 

Rogers. . . . 

Fulton 



Gait and Railway Station (C.F.I 
do do (W.G.&B.) 

Gait and Glen Morris 

do do 

Gait and Street Letter Boxes . . 

Garnet and Railway Station. . 

Gladstone and Railway Station 

Glaniis and Pinkerton Railway St'n 

Glan worth and Railway Station. . . 

Glen Annan and Railway Station . . 

Glencoe and Kilmartin 

Glencoe and Wood (ireen 

Glen Colin and Railway Station. . . 

Glendale and Main Post Road. . . . 

Glendale and White Oak . . . 

Glen Farrow and Wingham 

Glenmeyer and Kinglak-^ 

Glen Rae and Railway Station 

Glenwood Station and Railway St'n 

Goderich and Kincardine 

Goderioh and Lucknow 

Goderich and Railway Station 

Goderich and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Goldstone and Railway Station. . . . 

Goldstone Station, Parker and Rail- 
way Station 

Golspie and Woodstock 

Gordon and Railway Station . . . 

Gorrie and Railway Station 

Gowanstown and Kurtzville 

Gowanstown, Wallace and Railway 
Station 

Gowrie and Mimro 

Granthurst and St. Marys 

Granton and London 

Granton and Metropolitan 

Granton and Prospect Hill 

Gresham and Paisley 

do do 



T. Keachie... 

do 
T. Gingrich. . . . 

J. Costni 

J. A. Lenfesty 

C. A.Walker,, 

E. R. McMurray 

H, McLeod 

K. Turnbull... 
A. Anderson. , . 

D. Mc Alpine . 
J. L. Mclntyre 
S. T. Young . . 
C. E.Caldwell. 
G. F. Johnston 
W. Mackersie.. 
M. Carson 

F. A. Newell.. 
W. C. Estabrook 
J. C. Watso... . 

E. Thompson . . 
T. Gundry 

G. Bissett , . , 
E. H. Webber. 

E. C. Shantz. . . 
J. S. Miller. . . . 

N. Fortier 

W. A. Irwin.. . 
J. Gibson 



Hagersville and New Credit 

Hagersville and Railway Station, 

Hagersville and Selkirk 

Hagersville and Sprmgvale 

Harley and Hawtrey 

Harley and New Durham 

Harley and Kail way Station. ... 
Harlock and Seaforth 



F. E. Welkes 
T. P. Harris . . . 
E. Day 

J.M.Shoebottom 
R. T. Raycrof t. . 
.J. W. Dunnan . . 

J. Bone, jr 

J. J. McNally., 



E. L. Clement. 

J. Lynch 

P. R. Matthews 

S. Kenner 

R. Hammond . . 

J. Cavin 

do 

W^. Mcintosh . . 




Amount. 



S cts. 

300 00 

87 64 

100 00 

100 10 

325 00 

30 02 

78 25 

313 00 

40 05 



200 32 

150 00 

107 50 

105 00 

160 00 

80 00 

111 75 

255 SO 

64 16 

48 19 

89 00 

175 00 

80 00 

4 19 

13 75 

70 00 

100 00 

25 96 

45 00 

797 00 

410 00 

328 65 

144 00 

125 20 

73 00 
300 00 

50 08 
117 34 
140 00 

200 00 

48 00 

180 00 

555 50 

125 00 

69 95 

4S 50 

138 00 



65 00 
118 26 
268 00 
120 00 
3u4 OO 
144 00 
131 46 
348 (10 



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APPENDIX B—Co7itinued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Harriston and Railway Station . . 
Hamston Transfer (C P. & G. T.) 

Railway Stations 

Harrow and Railway Station. .... 

Ha-tford and W.iterford 

Harwich and Railway Station 

Hatchley Station and Railway St'n 

Hawtrev and Railway Station (G.T) 

do " do (M.C) 

Haysville and New Hamburg 

Henfryn and Railway Station . . . 

Hensall and Hurondale 

Hensall Letter Box, Hensall P.O. 

and Railway P. (1 

Hensall and Railway Station 

Hepworth and Railway Station ... 

Hesson and Newton 

Hickson and Railway Station 

Highgate and Railway Station 

Hillman and Leamington 

Holmesville and Porter's Hill ... . 
Holniesville and Railway Station. . 

Lowlett and Lambeth 

Hubrey and Railway Station ... 
Hutchinson, Mclnnis and Park Hill 
Hyde Park Station and Komoka 

Railway Stati jn 



Ilderton and Railway Station . . . 

Ilderton and Vanneck 

Ingersoll and Railway Station(C.P). 

do do ■ 

Ingersoll and Railway Station (G.T) 

Ingersoll and Street Letter Boxes . . 
Ingersoll and Tilsonburg 



do do 

Innerkip and Railway .Station. . 

Inverhuron and Tiverton 

Invermay and Railwa.y Station. 
Inwood and Railway Station . . . 
lona and Railway Station....* 



Jaffa and Orwell 

Jarvis and Railway Station 

Jeannette's Creek and Railway St'n 
Jura and Railway Station 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



R. H. Ward. 

do 
T. H. Ferris. 
L. S. Dean. . 
L. (xalbraith. 
B. Powell. . . . 
S. A. Innis 

do 
J. Anderson . 
R. Rowland . 
T. Murdock 



.T. Sutherland 

d<, 
J. A. Crichton 
F. J. Knoblancl 
T. J. Loveys 
R. B. Teetzel. 
R. Manery . . . 
W. Pickard. . 
J. L. Conrtice 
J. Hewlett. .. 
A. B. Murray, 
T. Mclnnes . . 



J. P. Fisher 



J. H. McRae.. 
A. D. Fra.ser. . 
T. J. Sherlock. 

do 

do 

do 
R. J. Fetch & J 

Smith (Surties 
J. Demaray. . 
D. Blackmore 
A. McDonald. 
VV. C. Croome 
J. M. Courtright 
W. Fletcher. 



.L Elgie . .... 
H. A. Smithson . 

F. C. Peek 

C. W.MeCordic. 



C 0/ 



Kenilworth and Olivet A. E. Tremain 

Kenil worth and Petherton H. Fraser 

Kenilworth and Railway Station. . G. Gushing . . 

Kertch and Wanstead N. K. Nesbitt. 

Khiva and Shipka F. Heitzman . 

Kil worth Bridge and Komoka H. Kilbourne. 

Kincardine and Port Elgin W. Goar 

Kincardine and Railway Station. . . G. D. Morrison 



4 

12 
5 



34 

TT? 

220 yds. 

i 
800 yds. 
27 

iV 

i 

6 
4 

i 
4 
3 
2i&4A 

lOi 



13 



15h 
15i 



50 rods 
2 



150yds . 
34 



4| 
24 

I 

^ 

3 
24 



^!^ 



o ^ 



36&12 



6 

6 

() 

12 

12 

12 

6 

(5 

(SR.T. 

30 

12 

18 

6R.T. 

12 

24 

2 

4 

12 

3 

3 

3&6 



?4 
3R.T. 

12 

18 

6 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months. 



2 
24 



2 

6 

12 
6 
4 
6 
6 
30 



12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 . 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 

12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 
12 , 

12 , 



12 12 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from ti 
3 dvs. (from Feb. 
26,"1906) 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 



$ cts. 


175 28 


31 30 


55 00 


410 00 


197 19 


30 02 


37 50 


90 00 


139 00 


(iO 00 


230 00 


10 00 


100 16 


1G5 25 


325 00 


40 00 


250 40 


75 00 


97 33 


50 00 


00 00 


70 00 


150 00 



650 00 



100 16 


88 66 


52 63 


26 20 


15 37 


240 00 


121 25 


300 00 


95 75 


05 00 


93 90 


60 00 


125 20 



50 00 

124 00 

40 00 

60 00 



78 00 
125 00 
100 00 
115 00 
75 00 
65 00 
409 00 
391 25 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Kincardine and Walkerton 

do do 

Kingarf and Kinloss 

Kingscourt and Railway Station. 

do do 

Kingsmill and Mapleton 

Kingsmill and Railway Station . . 
Kingsville and Railway Station. . . 

Kinkora and SebringvLlle 

Kinloss and Lucknow 

Kinlough and Westford 

Kintyre and Railway Station. . . . 

Kippen and Railway Station 

Knapdale and Newtury 

Kossuth and Preston 



Lakeside and Tliamesford. . . 



do 



do 



Lamberth and Tempo 

Lamon and Sylvan 

Lang.side and Whitecliurch 

Langton and Marston 

La Salette and Railway Station . . 
Lawrence Station and Railway St'n 
Leamington and Railway Station 

(M. O) 

Leamington and Railway Station 

(Pere Marquette) 

Lebanon and Moorefield 

Lee.sboro and Main Post Road. . . . 

Lin wood and St. Jacobs 

Lions Head and Spry 

Lions Head and Wiarton 

Li.sbon and Wellesley 

Lisburn and Purple Grove 

Lisburn and Railway Station 

Listowel and Molesworth 

Listowel and Railway Station 

Listowel and Trowbridge 

do do 

Littlewood and Tempo 

Lochalsh and Ripley 

Londeslioro and Railway Station. . 
London Letter Carriers' Service . . . . 



London and London East. . . 
London and Railway Station . 



London and Lucan 

London and MacMillan 

London and Odell 

London and Pere Marquette Rail- 
way Station . . , . 



London Street Letter Boxes 
Railway Station ... 



and 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. E. Burley.. 
J. Sexsmith. . 
B. Moulton . . . 
R. H. Wilson. 

do 
G. A. McCaulley 
F. L. Wagner. 
J. L. Noble.. 

M. Hishon 

■J.R. Brow'sco'be 
A. W. Haldenby 
N. Brodie . . 
R. Mellis,... 
D. McNaughton 
H. Sohrt. ... 



F. 8. Malcolm. 
J. Gregory . . . . 



A. Taylor. . 
A. Randall. 
H. Rintoul. 
T. L. Long, 
r. J. Casey. 
^. Miller. . 

S E. Wigle. 



do 



do 



do ,. 

r. Sinclair 

A. Heath 

W. Oakley.... 
A. Martindale. 

J. Owens 

H. Witzel ., . 
P. Teskey .... 

do 
S. Loiigheed. . . 
W. Donagan . . 
W. .J. Tughen . 

F. Cosens 

A. Taylor .... 
H. Cai'npbell . . 
S. Woodman . . 
London Stree 

Railway Co . 
do 
TheSheddenFor. 

warding Co. 
J. H. Hodgins 
D. McMillan . 
S. Read 



TheSheddenFor. 
warding Co 

F. Love & R. Co 

wans (Sureties) 
1. H. Anderson 



.2^ 



28 

28 

4 

1 

U 
4 
40 rods. 

X 

i5&iii 

lOi 

Sh 

1? 
y 

5" 

5h 



12 

12 

4 
.3 
5 

48 



58 



U 
12' 

6 
22 

2 
lU 

I 

7 

5" 
5 

I'i 

15R.T. 



3 






12 

12 
G 
6 
2 
6 

24 
1 
2 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 12 
3 12 

3 12 

6 |12 



3 12 
3R.T. 12 
6 12 

C 
42 
6 
6 
4 



G 112 
24 1 12 

asreq. 12 
24 12 

24 12 

112 



6 
3 

24 



9 mos. (to Mar. 31, '06.) 

3 II from II 

12 ,1 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, 'OG). 

3 II from II 

12 

12 

12 II 

12 ,1 

12 

12 I, 

12 

12 .1 

12 

12 



11 7 dys. (to Jan. 7, 
190fi) 

months, 24 dys. (from 
Jan. 7, '06) 

months 

M (to Sept. 30, '05). 
11 from 11 



12 



(to Mch. 31, 'OG). 
from 11 



$ cts. 

523 00 
175 00 

47 50 

48 75 
18 75 

185 00 
00 00 
98 88 

500 00 

240 00 
55 00 
93 90 

225 00 
40 00 
85 00 



152 19 

140 80 
75 00 
60 00 
70 00 
35 00 
73 55 

159 00 

75 00 

75 12 
100 00 

40 00 
305 00 

85 00 
290 00 

64 00 

75 00 

25 00 
158 06 
175 00 

40 69 
145 87 

25 00 
210 00 
225 3G 

1,000 00 
140 00 

17o 28 
299 00 

397 00 

50 00 
175 00 



1,332 00 
625 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— LONDON DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B- 135 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c.— Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



London — Special delivery of parcels 

at Christmas 

London Junction and Railwa}' Stn, 
Louisville and Railway Station. . . . 
Lucan, Clandeboye and Railway Stn 

Lucknow, Lanes and Mafeking 

Lucknow and Railway Station 

Lurgan, Main Post Road and Am- 

berley 

Lynn Valley and Railway Station 
Lynnville and Railway Station , . , 
Lyons and Railway Station 



McCready and Newbury 

McGregor and Railway Station. . . , 
Mc Williams and Railway Station . 

Macton and Yatton 

Maguire and Railway Station 

Mahaffy and Munro 

Maidstone and Railway Station. . . 
Mai)le Lodge and Railway Station 

Mar and Red Bay. 

Marburg and Railway Station 

Marshtield and Railway Staticn.. . , 

Melbourne and Middlemiss 

Melbourne and Railwa}' Station. . . , 

Melgund and Railway Station. . . . 

Merlin and Railway Station 

Merlin and Tilbury 

do do 



do 



do 



.Mildmay and Railway Station.. . 
Millbank and Railway Station. 
Miller Lake and Stokes Bay 



Milverton and Railway Station . . . . 
Mirchell and Railway Station , . . . 

Moliawk and Railway Station 

Moltke and Neustadt 

Moncrieff and Monkton 

Moorefield and Railway Station. . . . 

^I.iorefield and Rotlisay 

Mi'oretield and Trecastle . 

MiKintown and Railway Station. ... 
.Mooresville and Railway Station. . . 

>rori)eth and Thamesville 

M(wsloy and Railway Station. . . . 
Mi'unt Elgin and R.aihvay .Station.. 
-Ml Mint Forest and Railw.ay Station. 
Mount Healy and Railway Station. 
Mount Vernon and Railway Station 

Muir and Vandecar.. 

do do 

Mull and Pinchurst 

Mull and Railway Station 

Muncey and Railway Station .... 



H. Anderson, 
F. Buclianan, 

Scott 

Ward 

McLeod 

. Connell 



Ray 

Edmonds. . 
A.xford . . . 
W. Appleford 



D. Ross .... 
J. A. Aubin. 
W. .Judge. . . 

J. Housinger. 

A. Tod 

J. O. Coles. . . 
J. Robinson . 
A. W. Smith 

C. McFarlan" 
J. Awford . . . 
J. R. Pollard. 
T. Hearns 

G. W. Sponen 

burg 

J. J. Bracken. . 
J. K Brethour. 
F. Scarff. . . . 

D. Doyle 



C. Palmer 



G. Herringer. 
T. J. Hawthorne 
S. C. Weather- 
head 

J. H. Schmidt.. 
J. Copi)in ... . 
J. W. McLaren. 
I A. Duneman. . . 
|A. Campbell . . . 
jP. .Johnson. . . . 
I R. J. Lawless. . . 

J. Christie 

J. Morrison 

J. Bloomtield.sr. 
!S. .J. Poulin .... 
IE. R. McMurray 

F. Gray 

iD. S. Allan 

D. Taggart 

J. Cavin 

R. Thompson . . . 

H. Virtue 

J. T. O'Keefe... 
•J. H. Saddington 
.T. A. McGregor. 



CO) 



o a 



? 

14i, 21 



2J&5 

i 

6 

A 



k 

110 yds. 

7 

44 



15 
15 

15 



12 

6 

13 

3&3 

24 

6&3 

12 

6 

6 

2 

12 
6 

3 
6 
3 
12 
6 
2 
6 
6 
6 

12 
3 

12 
6 
6 



12 12 
12 12 



Period. 




Amount. 



month, 18 days (from 

May 14) 

months 



2 


12 


24 


12 


24 


12 


12 


12 


3 


12 


3 


12 


24 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


12 


3 


36 


12 





12 


12&24 


12 


3 


3 


3 


9 


2 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
and 19 days ',to 

Feb. 19, '06) . . 
and 9 days (from 

Feb. 19, '06) . . 



(from Apl. 1, '06)i 



(to Sept. 30, '05). i 
from 11 



.$ cts. 

10 00 
50 08 
225 36 
200 00 
325 00 
173 28 

93 28 

31 90 

121 21 

136 90 

54 00 
90 00 

2 62 

71 00 
100 00 

75 00 
118 94 

50 00 

77 00 
100 00 

75 12 
129 50 

50 08 

65 94 

59 00 

262 00 

103 35 

170 66 

96 38 

100 16 

80 00 
150 24 
125 20 

50 08 

78 00 
121 20 
100 00 
175 00 
100 00 

50 00 

98 74 

517 00 

50 25 

24 96 

230 05 

156 00 

237 95 

10 00 

30 00 

70 00 

80 00 

40 05 



B-136 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Napier and Rokeby 

Napier'and Strathroy 

New Canaan and Railway Station, 
New Dundee and Petersburg .... 

Nithburg and Stratford 

Nixon and Railway Station 

Nober and Railway Station 

do do 

Norniandale and Vittoria 

North Bruce and Qiieen Hill. . . . 
North Buxton and Railway Station. 
Norwich and Railway Stn. (B.T.) 
do do (G.B.&L.E.) 



Oakland and Railway Station 

Ohsweken and Railway Station. . . 
Ohswoken and Sixty-nine Corners. 
Oil City and Railway Station . . 
Oil Springs and Railway Station. . 
Oldcastle and Railway Station .... 

Olinda and Ruthven 

Oliver and Thorndale 

Oneida and Railway Station 

Onondago and Railway Station. . . 
Ostrander and Railway Station. . . 
Otterville and Railway Station . . . 
Oxley and Railway Station 




Period. 



Amount. 



Paisley and Railway Station 

Paisley and Vesta 

do do 

Palinerston and Railway Station . . . 
Paquette Station and Railway Stn.. 

Paris and Railway Station . . 

Paris and Street Letter Boxes. . . 
Park Head and Railway Station.. 
Park Hill and Railway Station. . . 

Park Hill and Strathroy 

Peebles and Woodstock 

Pelee Island and Mainland 

Perch St'n. and Railway Station. 
Petrolea and Railway Station (G.T) 

do do (M.C. 

Petrolea and Street Letter Box . . 

Petrolea and Wilsoncroft 

Pike Creek and Railway Station . . 

do do . . 

Pilett's Corners and Walkerville. . . 

Pinkerton and Railway Station .... 

do do 

Plattsville and Railway Station 

Point Edward and Sarnia 

Pond Mills and Wilton Grove 

Port Burwell and Port Rowan 



M. Campbell . . . 
R. Tompkins.. . . 

E. Neal 

A. Kuehler 

W. E. Thompson 
IC. E. Kingsbury. 
M. Donnelly .... 
J. W. Fryer . . . 
D. S. Smith . . . 
W. H. Sumpton. 
G. B. Shreve. . 
J. M. Wilson, 
do 



J. S. Crumback. 

D. Davis 

G. Nash 

G. W. Bentley.. 

D. P. Sisk 

M. McCarthy. . . 
T. H. Wigle.... 
J. G. McLeod . . 

W. Reid 

S. G. Simpson . . 
W. J. S. Burns.. 
M. .J. Lavigne. . 
T. A. Elliott . . 



J. Trelford 

A. Rose 

G. Morrison. . . , 
W. Nowrey. . . . 
F. Har.shaw. . . . 
M. C. Gray.... 
do 

J. Pattison 

S. Tudor 

R. McPhee 

O. P. Brown . . 
J. E. Quick. . . . 

R. Bright 

Grand Trunk 

Railway Co. . 
R. E. Germain . 

J. Shaw 

E. Clemens. . . . 

A. Parent 

M. Suzor 

O. Samson ... 
J. A. Menzies . 

J. Keyes., 

E. Gatzka . 

W. W. Mills. . . 
A. B. Murray. . 
O. Barrett 



4 
12 

10 

1.31 

300 yds. 

100 yds 

100 yds. 

4| 

2? 



2J 
5 

1 

300 yds. 
100 yds. 

6 

H 



17 
17 
h 
33 rods. 
1 
4 
h 

18 

114 

26i 



275 ft. 
1 

120 yds. 



2i 
24 
4A 



12 
GR.T. 
6 

48 

a 

42, 48 

12 

12 

12 

3 

6 

1&2 

2 

6 
24 
12 
2 
6 
C 
3 
6 



12 months. 
12 „ ... 
12 ., .... 
12 „ . 

12 M .... 

12 M .... 

C 

6 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from !■ 



(from'Junel, 'O(i) 



(from Apl. 1, '00) 



(to Mar. 31, '00) 
from 11 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from n 
(from Mayl, '06) 
14 dvs. (to Mar. 

14', 'OC) 

17 dy.s. (from 

Mar. 15, '06). . 
21 dys. (from 

Dec.' 11, '05).. 



S cts. 


50 00 


240 00 


37 (-.6 


287 00 


412 00 


H2 60 


25 12 


24 96 


70 00 


70 00 


40 05 


95 26 


120 00 


250 00 


188 45 


3 21 


78 25 


66 74 


25 04 


128 00 


100 00 


100 00 


67 62 


14 75 


150 00 


220 00 


69 42 


224 25 


74 75 


123 50 


40 69 


590 50 


73 50 


78 25 


S5 11 


240 ()0 


285 00 


815 38 


50 00 


22 00 


85 00 


1 00 


100 00 


30 00 


15 00 


6 70 



80 30 
33 94 

47 15 
313 00 

97 00 
480 00 






MAIL TRANSPORTATION— LONDON DIVISION 



B-137 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Koute. 



Port Dover and Railway Station. . 
Port Elgin and Railway Station.. . 

Port Elgin and Tiira 

Port Franks and Thedford 

Port Lambton and Railway Station 
Port Rowan and Railway Station. 

Port Ryerse and Vittoria 

Port Stanley and Railway Station. 

Preston and Canadian Pacific Rail 

way Station at Gait 



Puce and Railway Station. 



Ratho and Railway Station 

Rayside and Railway Station . . . 

Renton and Railway Station 

Renwick and Railway Station 

Richwood and Railway Station. . . 

Ridgetown and Railway Stn (M.C. 

do do (L.E. & D.R. 

Ripley and Railway Station 

Rockford and Railway Station. . . . 
Rodnej and Railway Station . . . 
Round Plains and Waterford . . . . 
Rusconi Station and Railway Stn . 
Ruthven and Railway Station 



St. George and Railway Station. 
St. Jacobs and Railway Station. . 
St. Joachim, River Ruscom and 

Railway Station 

St. .To.seph and Zurich 

St. Clary's and Wild wood 

St. Paul's Station and Railway Stn. 
St. Thomas Railway Station and 

Street Letter Boxes 

St. Thomas and Sparta 

St. Thomas and Talbotville Royal. . 
St. M'illiams and Railway Station. . 

Sable and Main Post Road 

do do 

Salford and Railway Station 

Sandwich and Windsor 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



I. Johnson. . . . 
A. C. Gilbert . . 

J. E. Grant 

G. Burley 

J. S. McDonald. 

F. E. Foster 

D. S. Smith ... 
P. L. Glover. . . . 

Gait Preston and 
Hespeler Str . 
Rly. Co 

W. Stone 



Sarnia and Railway Station (L. E . 

„D.R) '. : 

Sarnia and Port Huron 

Sarnia and Street Letter Boxes 

Sauble Falls and Wiarton 

Seaforth and Railway Station 

do do 

do do 

Sebringvi:ie and Railway Station . 

do do 



G. Steedsman. . . 

F. Day 

M. Chrysler . . . 
W. N. Thompson 

W. Taylor 

M. H.Dougherty 

do 

J. Mclnnis . . . 
W. Richards.. . . 
J. S. McGugan.. 

T. Kitchen 

W. H. Knister. . 
T. H. Wigle.... 



G. W. Howell . 
J. Menger 






O. .Jannisse 

D. Spencer. 

J. Bolton 

A. Thorn 

H. Fearnley . . . 
W. Butter wick. 
G. Fearnley . . . 

J. Cope 

A. McLeish . . . . 
\. Galbraith . . . . 

.J. R. Turner. . . . 

Sandwich Wind- 
.sor& Amherst- 
burg Ry. Co. . 



D. McCrae 

T. McKelvey.. . , 

J. Lucas 

S. Hyatt 

W. Somerville. , 

S. Lamb 

T. L. Simpson. . 
H. Kaercher. . . . 
do 



15 


k 

4 

i 



880 yds 
50 yds 

1 

1 

I 

40 rods 
4 
50 yds 
i 



3 
4 
5 

1 

TiT 

1&14 
11 
4 

i 
2 

2 



200 yds. 
1 

12 
i 
i 



^fe 



O -i. 



Period , 



30 1 12 months 



6 
12 



6 

6 
12 
12 

6 
12 
12 
24 

G 
24 

3 
12 
12 



24 

IS 

G 
6 
3 
12 12 



84&18 
G 
6 
12 
3 
3 

12 



6 

24 

12 

12 

2 

30 

3G 

36 

12 

12, 24 

&18 



Amount. 



(to Oct. 31, '05) 
27 day. (to Jan. 

27, "'OCO 

(from Apl. 1, '06) 



12 months . 



(to Sept. 
(to Mar. 
from 
(to Sept. 



30, '05) 

31, 'OG) 

30, '05) 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 



•S cts. 



131 6(i 


103 95 


3G0 00 


78 00 


GO 00 


100 00 


107 50 


70 00 


105 00 


45 06 


52 00 


50 08 


75 00 


45 06 


78 25 


122 07 


118 94 


175 28 


160 00 


125 20 


59 19 


50 00 


76 80 


313 00 


75 12 


140 00 


115 00 


100 00 


62 60 



831 70 

134 50 

145 00 

59 47 

25 28 

19 26 
19 50 



125 00 

210 00 

110 50 

130 70 

125 00 

60 00 

120 00 

00 00 

25 CO 

30 57 



B-138 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD Yll., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.IS 



^>. 



Sebringville and Railway Station. . 
Seckerton and Railway Station. . . . 
Shedden and Railway Station 

Silver Hill and Tain 

Simcoe Loop Line Letter Box Postal 

Car and Post Office 

Simcoe and Railway Stations . . . 
do do 



Simcoe and Waterford 

Sombra and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Sombra and Thorny hur.st 

Sombra and Wilkesport 

Soutfiampton and Railway Station 
Springfield and Railway Station. . . 
do do . , 

Springford and Railway Station . . 
Staples and Railway Station. . . . 
Stevenson and Railway Station . . . , 

Stoke.s Bay and Wiarton 

Stony Point and Railway Station . 
do do . 



Strasburg and Railway Station 

Stratford and Railway Station .... 
Stratford and Street Letter Boxe.s. . 

do do 

Strathroy and Street Letter Boxes. 

Sutorville and Watford 

Sylvan and Thedford 



H. Kaercber. . . . 
D." Leruux 

A. Bur well 

G. Charlton . . . 

C. A. Chadwick. 
do 

do 

M. L Boughner. 
.T. Stover 



P. Helmer . . . 

F. Varndell, . . . 
D. Sliephard ... 
W. Gilbert.. . 
.1. J. Atkinson. . 

F. Soper 

H. A. White.... 

D. K. Men/.ies. . 
R. A. Howard 

E. Kyte........ 

1). L. Chauvin . . 
E. Desmaiai.s. . 

S. Bartholome-.v. 

A. Eas.son 

J. T. Waddell.. 
W. C. Hurlbi-rt.. 
R. E. Richards.. 
S. E. Thorn]).son 
W. Randall. . . . 



3i 
1 
4, 1 



1 
:iO rods 
50 rods; 

•)-2 

'-' 7 
1 
TT 

t'i 



Tara and Railway Station 

do do ,. . 

Tavistock and Railway Station 
Teeswater and Railway Station 

Teeswater and Walkerton 

Te«:terville and Windham Centre, 
Thamesford and Railway Station 
Thame.-^ville and Railway Station 
Thedford and Railway Station. 
The Gore and Main Post Road. 
The Grove and Railway Station 
Thornyhurst and Wallaceburg . 
Tilbury and Railway Station. . 
Tilsonburg and Lake Erie Pacific 

Railway Station 

Tilsonburg Lake Erie Pacific Rail- 
way Station and Post Offices ... . 



Tilsonburg and Loop Line Railway 

Station 

Tilsonburgand Railway Stn. (M.C.) 
Topping and Railway Station.. ... 
Townsend Centre and Railway Stn.- 



J. Hamilton. 
J. iS. Monknian 
G. Ma'heson... 

F. Green 

(}. Kreut/.urser 
T. .T. Arthur... 
N. C. McCarty 

J. Duncan 

R. Wilson . 
M. Ackland ... 
T. A. Robinson 
F. Varndell. . 
J. Funston . . 



C. Becker & Son 

Tilsoiiburg Lake 
Erie and Pa 
cific Railway 
Co 



Si 

2 

15i 
15i 

5i 

7 

5 



3 

■I 

I 

I 

16" 

1 
yds. 
yds. 

1 

i 
11 



W. A. Cowan. . . 

J. Girvin 

D. L. Brennaman i 
W. J. Smith . J 40 



U 

U 

6" 

rods. 



IS 
18&18 
IS, 18 
24, 18 

r. 

12 

12 

2 

G 

24 

12 

« 12 

12 

12 

12 

.•5 

12 

12 

G R.T 

GO 

18 

18 

12 &1S 

2 

G 



12 

12 

18 

18 



6 

12 

12 

12 

G 

6 

3 

24 

12 



18 

12 

12 

6 



Period. 



Amount. 



Gmos. (from Dec. 31, 'DC 

12 months 

12 

1? „ 

Special Service 

y nios. (to Mar. 31, '06) 

3 ., from ■ M 
12 months 

8 „ 11 dys. (to Mar. 

11", Wi) 

3 „ 20 dys. (from 
11, '06) 

11 ., (to May 31, '06) 

12 months 

12 II (Less fine) 

9 .. (to Mar. 31, 'CO) 
3 !■ from II 

12 ihonths 

12 I, 

12 II 

12 i. 

9 days (to .Tuly 9, '00). . . 

11 mos. 22dvs. (from -Julv 

9; '06) '. 

12 months 

12 ,1 

6 ,1 (to Dec. 31, '06) 

6 II from II 

12 months 

12 

12 , 



3 I. (to Sept. 30, '05) 

9 11 from II 

12 months . . 

12 

12 

12 ,1 

12 I, ■' 

12 , 

12 ,1 

9 „ (from Oct. 1, 'fe) 
12 months 

1 11 (from June 1, "06) 

12 months 



12 12 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— LON do:!} DIVISION 



B-139 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Tunnel and Railway Station. . . 
Tupperville and Railway Station. . . 
Tvnnerville and Railway Station. . . 
do do . . 
Tuscanira and Railway Station. . . . 
Tyrconnell and Wallacetown 
Tyrrell and Railway Station 

Vanessa and Railway Station ... . 
Van Horn and Railway Station . . . . 
Vereker and Railway Station 

Villa Nova and Railway Station. . . 

Vittoria and Railway Station 

Vyner and Railway Station 



.J. Fry 

A. Mc Arthur. . . 

J. D. Moir 

W. J. Shaw . . . . 
S. J. McKelvey. 

P. (xerow 

W. E. Austin. . . 



J. C. Lutes 

J. Zink 

T. A. Thornton. 



30 yds. 
30 yds. 
100 ft. 
100 ft. 

M 

3 
li 



M. Mc Alpine. 
D. S. Smith . . 
D. Lamont.. . . 



Walker's and Railway Station 

Walkerton and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Walkerville and Railway Station. . 
Walkerville Railway Station and 

Windsor 

Wallaceburg and Railway Station.. 

do do 

Wallaceburg and Walpole Island. . 
Wallacetown and Railway Station.. 

Walnut and Watford 

Walsh and Railway Station 

Wardsville and Railway Station , . . 

Warwick and Railway Station 

Waterford and Railway Stn. (M.C.) 
Waterford and Railway Station 

(T.H. &B.) 

Waterloo and Railway Stn. (G.T.). 

Waterloo and Railway Stn. (O.&E.) 

Waubuno and Railway Station .... 

Weidmann and Railway Station. . . 

West Lome and Railway Station. . 

Wheatley and Railway Station .... 

Wheatley and W^indfall 

do do 

Whitebread Station and Railway 
Station . . 

Whitechurch and Railway Station, 
do do 

do do . . 

VVhite Oak and Main Post Road. . . 

Wiarton and Railway Station 

Williams and Railway Station. . . 

Wilton Grove and Railway Station 

Winnham Centre and Railway Stn 

Windsor and Detroit 

Windsor and Railway Station ( MC. . ) 
.. do do (L.E. &D.) 

Windsor and Street Letter Boxes. 



J. Grieve. 

H. Day 

F. Rennie 

iN. E. Vrooman. 



do 
Fisher, 
do 



J. B. McDougall 

P. Gerow 

A. Black 

A. Brett.. .. 

J. Wilson 

D. M. Ross 

L . S. Dean 



M. L. Boughner, 
Berlin & Water- 
loo St. Ry. Co. 
W. W. Glaister. 

J. Young 

A. W. Craig .... 
D. McKillop. .. 

O. Ivison 

G. Gibson 

do 



W. E. Evans.... 

E Everitt 

A. D. Beaton. . . 

E. Everitt 

G. F. .Tdhnston . 

L. Hyact 

C. D. Williams.. 

P. Murray 

I. W. Lewis .... 

E. Gignac 

do 
M. H. McCarthy 
do 



P-2 



u 



i 

li 
li 

75 yds. 

1 
1,700 ft 



3i 
6" 
2i 
3" 

8 

i 

i 
2 

X 

B 

3 

70 rods. 

1 

5 

.50 yds. 
i 

i 

2i 

i 

I 
i 
H 
1 

U 
99f 



d o. 



12 
12 
12 
12 
6 
6 



12 

18 
18 
30 

6 

24 

6 

2 
12 

2 

6 
12 

6 
12 

18 

30 

18 

6 

12 

12 

12 

2 

2 



24 

18 

3 



12 months 
12 „ . . 

6 

6 
12 
12 
12 



Period. 



12 12 
18 6 



30 12 
6 !l2 
6 112 

12 12 

18 |12 
24 12 
12 12 

19 4 



(to Dec. 31, '0.5). 
from IT 



15 days (to Nov. 
15, '05). 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 



27 dys. (from May 
5, '06) '.. 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
from n 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 

(from Oct. I, '05) 



Amount. 



11 davs (to Nov, 
11, '05) 



8 cts. 

10 00 
40 05 
22 50 
22 50 
93 90 
109 .55 
100 00 



150 00 
30 00 

46 00 
50 08 
49 00 
55 00 

40 69 

58 86 

58 48 

1.59 63 

70 00 
200 00 

10 09 

75 00 

212 84 

105 00 

101 00 

125 20 
240 00 

40 00 

61 03 

359 47 
85 43 

126 45 
53 04 
40 00 

L87 80 

29 66 
58 36 

40 05 

30 38 
12 69 
15 19 

41 25 
266 05 
100 00 

45 06 

29 90 

484 11 

311 51 

237 88 

123 38 



B-140 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in London Postal Division, 

&c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Windsor and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Windsor and Walkerville 

Wingham and Railway Stn. (C. P. ). 

do do 

Wingham and Railway Stn. (G.T.). 
Wolverton and Railway Station.. . . 
Woodslee and Railway Station . . . 
Woodstock and Railway Stu. (C.P. ) 
do (P.D.&.L.H.) 

Woodstock and Street Letter Boxes 

do do 

Woodstock Station Letter Box and 

Railway Station (C.P.) 

Wroxeter and Railway Station . . 
Wyton Station and Railway Stn . 



Zurich and Railway Station T. Mm dock 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



B. McLellan . . . 

N. E. Vrooman 
R. & R. Beattie 
A. R. Anderson 
Cassels & Carr. 
a. W. Dawson. 
T. Galloway . . . 
.J. A. McKenzie 

do 
.T. S. Miller. . 

C. Cullen. . . 



R. Scott 

A. Paulin . . 
(i. Scatcherd 



C on 

.11 



19* 



12 
12 

50 yds. 



Ht> 



o a. 
is 



25 



Period. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



6 


12 „ 


12 


(i 


12 


6 „ 


30 


12 „ 


12 


12 „ 


12 


12 „ 


12 


12 „ 


24 


12 „ 


18 


9 „ 


18 


3 n 


12 


12 M 


18 


12 „ 


12 


12 „ 


. 12 


12 „ 



mos. 19 days (from 
Nov. 11, '05).... 



(to Dec. 31, "05).. 
from M 



(to Mar. 31, 'OG). 
from It 



Total 

Less amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund 



572 28 


70 (JO 


12 00 


78 00 


250 40 


120 00 


120 00 


125 20 


190 00 


HO 78 


30 92 


18 00 


111 75 


20 02 


224 00 


99,411 83 


102 75 


99,249 08 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MANITOBA DIVISION 



B-141 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



MANITOBA POSTAL DIVISION. 



Dktail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, made 
within the year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Aberdeen and Railway Station .... 

Abernethy and Blackwood 

Abernethy and Chiokney (Round 

Route) 

Abernethy and Katejiwe 

Abernethy and Railway Station.. . 

Alameda and Curt Hill 

Alameda and Railway Station 

Alcester and Minto.' 

do do - . 

Alexander and Mayne 

do do 

Alexander and Railway Station .... 

Alexander and Glenella 

Alniasippi and Graysville 



Alpha and Fillmore 

Altamont ard Railway Station. 
Allona and Railway Station . . . 

Ah ena and Rosthern 

Annaheim and Muenster 

Antler and Bellegarde 

Antler and Frys 

Antler and Railway Station. . . 

Arbakka and Stuartburn 

Areola and Ossa 

Areola and Percj' 



do 



do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Areola and Railway Station 

Arden and Station 

Argyle and Woodlands 

do do 

Arnaud and Carlowrie 

Arnaud and Railway Station . . . . 

Arnaud and Ste. Elizabeth 

Arrow River and Orrwold 

Arrow River and Railway Siding. 
Arthurvale and Knee Hill Valley. 

Assissippi and Russell 

Ashville and Railway Station 

do do 

Atikokan and Railway Station . . . 

Aubigny and Silver Plain . 

Auburnton and Oxbow 

Audrey and Carievale. . .- 

Austin and Railway Station 



H. Schroder. . . 
Brooks & Brown. 



D. Switzer 

do 

J. P. Gillespie. . 
M. Hedge. . . 
R. L. Gibson.. . . 
T. Armstrong. . . 
M. C. Mitchell . 
W.W. Douglass. 
H. W. Lundy . . 
J. F. Walker.. . . 
S. Alexander , . . 
Mrs. S. J. Hunt- 

le.y 

W. H. Smelker.. 

H. Mussell 

L. P. Yoerger . . 

A. Hryzal 

R. Litkenhaus . . 
F. Sylvestre. . . . 
J. H. Fry 

E. Haight... . 

.J. Gillies. 

J. Greatrix . . . . 
C. Reid 



R. J. Morrison. 



C. Yeoward. . 
E. Boughton. 
Smith . 
.Tosling. . 
Sumner . 
Smith . . 
Fontaine 
Tennant 

do 

Stephenson 
T. Adams 
A. Young 
S. Young. 
J. Schieder 
Mousseau. 
.J. W'atson 
J. Puffer . 
Willott... 



170 yds. 

15 

21 
12 

50 rods. 
27 
i 
6 
6 

13i 
13i 

* 
13 

6i 

23' 

U 

18 

12 

5 

6 

17 
39 



i 
i 
13 
13 
6 

i 
9 
20^ 
1 
16 
1.5 
550 yds. 
|5o0 yd.s . 
i 300 yds. 
2i 
14 
12i 
I 



o c. 
IS 



Ji 



1 
2 
() 
1 
12 
2 
2 
1 
1 
12&24 
1 

2 

1 

12 

12 

1 

1 

1 

1 

12 

1 

1 

1 



18 
12 
2 
2 
1 
12 
2 
2 
6 
1 
2 
G 
6 
6 



Period. 



Amount. 



6 moi". and 30 days (from 
Deo. 2, "05).... 

3 II and 15 days (to 
Oct. 15, '05). . . 



¥{ 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
from M 
(toMch. 31, '06). 
from 11 



(from Nov. 1, '05) 



and 3 days (to 
Mar. 3, '06). . . 

and 23 dys. (from 
Mar. 9, 'OC) . . . 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from 11 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from 11 



•S cts. 

43 68 

72 69 

240 00 

230 00 

156 48 

260 00 

124 80 

47 66 

66 73 

93 75 

31 25 

309 05 

102 65 

156 00 
00 00 

124 80 
75 00 

182 00 

143 00 
47 00 
50 00 

120 00 
• 140 00 

410 00 

52 43 

31 11 

532 46 

135 00 

112 .50 

39 00 

65 00 

156 62 

104 00 

223 60 

78 31 

12 91 

240 00 

47 00 

15 60 

46 93 

59 00 

100 00 

81 50 

200 32 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all pajrments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Avonhurst and South Qu'Appelle. 

do do 

do do . 

A weme and Treesbank . . . ; 

Aylesvvorth and Emo 

Aylesbury and Railway Station. . . 



Name 

.of 

Contiactor. 



a 


S..a 




s- <I) 


O M 


t^ 


c « 


cS.'S 


O u 


.IS 


oS. 


a 


'^ 





Period. 



F. L. Miles 

R. A. Hardy . . . 
W. E. Mathews. 

-J. E. Little 

J. L. Locking . . 
H. H. Johnston. 



Badger and Railway Station J. N. Caniyre. 

Badgerdale and Canora L. Sexsmith . 

Bagley and Melfort N Anderson. 

Bagot and Railway Station J. C. Lowrie 

Bagot and Rossendale. . . . . . J. C. Glover. 

Baie St. Paul and Marquette W. F. Fraser 

Balcarres and File Hills R. T. Grant 

Balcaires and Railway Station G. W. Ludlow 

Baldur and Grand S . Christopher 

son 

Baldur and Railway Station A. Fowler 

Baldur and Roseberry T.. Sexsmith 

Balgonie and Dalrymple W. Cockwill 

Balgonie and Hednesford F. Gentner 

Balgonie and Kathrinthal P. Dielschneider 

Balgonie and Loon Creek W. Cockwill . . 

Balgonie and Railway Station . 

Balmoral and Greenwood ...... 

Balmoral and Railway Station. 
Barnsley and Railw.ay Station . 
Barwick and Chappie.. . . ... 

Barwick and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Basswood and Railway Station 

Basswood and Rolling River. 

Bates and Home wood 

Batoche and Wakaw 

Battleford and Richard 

Bavelaw and Millwood . 

Beaconsfield and Swan Lake .... 

do do 

Beausejonr and Broken Head . . . 
Beausejour and Railway Station. . . 

Beaver and Railway Station 

Beaver Dale and Yorkton 

Beaver Lake and Dinwoodie 

Beaver Lake and Fort Saskatchewan 
Beckenham and Sheho 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Beeston and Grenfell 

do do 

Bekevar and Fletwode 



R. N. Weir. 



E. Bowman. . . 
W. E. Cook . . 
P. McBride. . . 
W. H. Smith . 
M. C. Drew . . 

E. Both 

D. McPherson 
D. Cameron . 
J. Crawley . . . 

R. Bover 

S. Noiin .... 

M. O. Barkd.... 
T. A. GrifKth . . 
J. R. Couch . . . 

F. Staska 

S. Turner .... 
R. H. McLeod . 
W. E. Moore . . . 
R. Dinwoodie . . 
S A. Harrison . 
N. D. Currie. . . . 
F. (j. Gaites . . 
R. Dalrymple & 

J. Head . . . 
N. D. Currie . . . 
W. A. Gabb.... 
A. B. Varley . . , 
J. Szakais 



Mh 


2 


17', 


2 


17^ 


2 


8 


1 


G 


1 


1 


12 


150 yds. 


4 


18 . 


1 


1.5 


1 


ft 


12 


12 


1 


r^ 


1 


22 


2 


200 yds. 


fi 





. 2 


4 


12 


12 


1 


44 


1 


24 


1 


15 


1 


38 


1 


I 


26, 14 


fii 


&20 

1 



1 !nos. (to Oct. 31, '05). 

o .. (to Mar. 31, 'CO). 

.'^1 ■■ from M 

12 ., 



(from Oct. 1, '05; 



and 3 days (to 

Mar. 3, '06).. 
(to Aug. 31, '05) 
(from Aug. 1, 05) 



.\mount. 



and 15 days (to 

Oct. 15, '05)... j 

(from Apl. 1, '06)1 



and 16 days (to 
Mar. 31, '06).. 



6i 



10 

3 

24- 

25 

9 
14 
14 
14 

1 

i 

29 
30 
82 
40 
40 

40 
40 
25 
31 

9 



and arrears.. 



12 

12 M 

12 ,, 

12 „ 

12 M 

1 mouth and 13 days (to 

Aug. 13, '0.5).. 
10 mos. and 18 dys. (from 

Aug. 13, '05) . . 

12 months 

12 , 

12 

12 

1 



(to Jan. 31, '06). 
from M 



and 19 days (to 
Aug. 19, '05) 
12 „ 

7 

5 
12 
12 

9 
12 
15 dys. (to July i5, '05). . 



(from Oct. 1, '05) 



2 trips 

10 dys. (to Doc. 31, '05). 

2 mos. 'to Mch. 31, 'C6) 

3 „ (from Ai)l. 1, '06) 

4 „ (to Oct. 31, '05). 
8 11 from 11 

12 11 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MANITOBA DIVISION 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Belcomt and Reaburn 

Belle Plain and Catching Post. . . 

do do 

Belmont .and Railway Station . . . 

Benito and Swan River 

do do 

Beresford and Railway Station . . 
Bethune and Railway Station . . 
Bienfaii and Railway Station, . . . 

Big Fork and Devlin 

Binscarth and Railway Station. . 

Binscarth ajid Seebnrn 

Birch Hills and Deer Lodge 

Bird's Hills and Railway Station. 

Birnie and Orange Ridge 

Birnie and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Birtle and Fort Ellice 
Birtle and Miniota . . . . 



do do 

do do 

Birtle and Railway Station, . . 

Birtle and Warleigh 

Bittern Lake and Prett,y Hill. 



IJlack Hawk and Stratton Station 
Bladworth and Railway Station . . . 
Bladworth and Strongfield 



Bleakmore and Strassburg Station 
Blythfield and Railway Station. . . 
Boissevain and Railway Station. . , 

Boissevain and Sheppardville 

Boissevain and Wapaka 

Boisse\ ain and Wassewa 

Bonheur and Railway Station 

Bonne Madone and Domreiny 

Bonnie Doon and Reaburn 

Bennington and Railway Station . 

Boscurvis and 0.\bow 

Boucherville and Stratton Station , 

do do 

Bow.snian and Railway Station . , . 
Bradwardine and Railway Station 
do "do 

Brandon and Hayfield 

Brandon and Railway Stations 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



T. H. Brown , . . 
J. K. H. Dixon. 

do 
H. M. Standing, 
J. D. Young. . 
.J. S. Free .... 
W. Cannon . . . 
E. J. Cltugh.. 
A. J. Milhgan 
P. O'Connell . 

D. McGilvray 
O. Seebach . . 
W. Stevens . . . 
G. Chudleigh, 
G. Featherstone, 

E. B. Ramsay 

R. Watson . . . 

G. H. Dickin. 
R. Andrew. . 

J. Parker ... 
G. H. Dicken. 
G. H. Dioken. 
J. C. Dudley . 
O. Olson ..... 



G. W. Hughes 
A. J. Ault. .. 
P. Van Here 

wchye 

A. W. Hudson 
W. H. Mellow 
W. H. Saults 
G. F. Brown 

do 
W. Millions . 
.J. C. Roney . 
G. Revoy , . . 
W. Finegan . . 

T. C. Hagartli 
T. Decker . . . 
R. Muidoon . . 
.1. Vipond . . . 
J. Caverly . . . . 
J. S Havs . . 
A. Hay./.. . 
(J. E. Couling 
R. Eloiss 



do 



do 



F. J. Baird 



Brandon and Shrubland .... W. Cannon. . 

Brandon Hills and Railway Station T. Baker . , . 

do "do [A. .J. (ierry . 

Bredenbury and Railway Station. .T. A. Port-r. 

do do . .In. l'ear|.oint 
Bridge Creek and Franklin IC. R. Campbell 






5 
im yds. 
150 yds. 

30 
30 

1 

200 yds. 
450 yds. 
'11 

t's 
14 

7 
i 1 

i l''^ 

200 yds. 

200 yds. 

I 12 
I 23 

23 
23 



20 

15i 
166 yds. 

21 
32 
3i 

144 

m 

10' 
325 yds 
14 

133 yds. 

i 14 
3 

! 'i 
'300 ft. 

I i 

12 



Period. 






2 
14 
12 
24 112 



112 months 

[ 6 „ (to Dec. 31, '05). 
6 ,1 from II 

6 „ (to Dec' 31, "65) 
6 11 from 11 



12 12 



(to Dec. 31, "05). 
and 13 days (to 

Oct. 13, '05).. 
and 18dys. (from 

Oct. 14, '05).. 



and 14 days (to 
Oct. 14, '05).. . 
dys. (to Oct. 31, '05).. 
mos. from h 



12 
2 
1 
2 

12 
1 
2 

12 
1 
2 
2 
4 
6 

2 
12&64 



1 1 

1 2 

2 |12 



i&i !l2&64 



12f 

100 vds. 
3^ 



and 15 days (to 
Oct. 14, '05) .. . 



(from Junel, '06) 
(from May 1, '06) 



and li) -lays (from 

Sept. 12, '05).. 

(to Dec. 3i, '05). 



(to Mch. 31, '06). 
from do 

('toMch.'31,''06). 
from 11 



and 14 days (to 
Oct. 14, '051.. . 

and 17 days (from 
Oct. 14, '05)... 



(to Mch. 31, '06). 
from II 
(to Dec. 31, '05) . 
from II 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

90 66 

50 00 

45 04 

232 13 

130 00 

130 00 

00 29 

39 53 
20 00 

156 00 
187 80 
130 00 
100 00 

125 30 
20 80 

17 86 

44 74 

208 00 

157 27 
32 00 

300 00 

226 89 

(iO 00 

10 88 
78 00 
50 00 

17 08 
73 66 
83 80 
1.56 50 
200 00 
09 00 

126 24 
202 00 

109 00 

144 55 
00 50 

112 00 
78 00 
26 00 
.53 67 
58 68 
19 56 

416 00 

403 20 

984 20 

286 00 

97 50 

32 50 

40 30 
54 77 

110 00 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Broadview and Crystal Springs. 
Broadview and Ciraytown 



Broadview and Hillsden 

do do 

Broadview and Railway Station. 
Broken Shell and Yellow Grass 
Brookdale and Railway Station . 

Broomhill and Melita 

Brown and Morden 

Bru and Cypress }{,iver 

Brunkild and Railway Station. . 

do do .... 
Bruno and Railway Station .... 
Bnixelles and Holland 

do do 

Buffalo Plains and Hazelwood. . 
Bulyea and Railway Station . . . 



do do 

Bunclody and Fairfax 

Bunsville and Mulock 

Burnbank and Elkhorn 

Burn bank and Two Creeks .... 

Burnside and Fox 

Burnside and Railway Station . 
Butterton and Earl Grey 



J. McDougall. 
R. Gray 



Cameron and Railway Station 

Camperville and Winnijiegosis 

Canniiigton Manor and Moosomin. 
Canora and Devil's Lake 



Canora and Ebenezer , . 

Canora and R.ailway Station 

Cantal and Wauchope 

Carberry and Montrose (Round 

Route) i . . . 

Carberry and Petrel 

Carberry and Railway Stations 

do do .... 

Carbon and Sunnyslope 

Carievale and Railway Station 

Carlyle and Railway Station 

Carman and Railway Stations 

Carman .and St. Daniels 

Carndutf and Oakley 

Carnduff and Railway Station 

Carnegie and Railway Station 

Carnoustie and Wapella 



do 



do 



Caron and Keelerville . 



Carroll and Railway Station. 
Cartwright and Railway Station. 



E. Howarth 

G. Ross 

A. L, Brown . . . . 

M. Garritty 

J. W. Miller . . . 
W. Kilkenny... 

A. Stapel 

A. Oliver 

W. M. Poersch. 
do 

F. G. Folly 

G. Hutlet . 

H. Heignen 

C. V. Shaver. . . 
W. C. Ostrom . . 

J. W. Barlow... 

D. A. Rose 

■J. Thomas 

J. H. Cavanagh. 
G. Allison. . 

S. Hadley 

J. R. Fox 

A. C. Fo.«ter 



W. D. Hamilton 
J. B. Napakisit. 

H. King 

R. R. Smith 



p]. Barchell. 
J. Leitch . . . 
N. Menard. 



.2^ 



29 
40 

12 
12 



12 

560 ft. 

12 

13 

^ 

i 

60 yds, 
10 
10 
12 
500 yds. 

500 yds. 
7h 
12" 



S. Shannon 

do 
J. Smale . 
J. Whitelaw....! 
P. P. Giesbrecht 
E. Pas.sino . . . 
E. H. Hayward 
K. Squires . . . 
.1. M. Aymont 
W. G. Lee . . . 
.J. P. Carnduff 
W. A. Pierson 
E. Pierce . 

VV. H. Birdsell 

VV. F. Fowle. . . 



■J. W. (iraham. 
M. Watts 



Castelavery and Roblin IH. Fox . 



7h 



i 

35 

43i 

17 

10^ 
400 yds. 
12 

36 

500 yds. 
1 
s 
27 

150 yds. 

11 

n 



22 

22 



21 



o t- 
o ^ 



1 
1 

1 
1 

26 
1 
6 
1 
1 

3 
3 
6 
2 

2 
1 
6 

6 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
12 
1 



6 

fth'ly, 
1 
1 

1 

12 

1 



12 
12(fc6 
1 

1 
12 



Period. 



Amount. 



months 

and 14 days (from 

Feb. 15, '06) . . 
(to Dec. 31, '05) 
and 14 days (to 

Feb. 14, '06) 



2 12 
1 12 
6 112 

20 |12 
I 1 

12 12 



6 12 

1 8 



1 10 

12 il2 
12 12 



(from Sept. 1,'05) 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from ir 
(from June 1, '06) 
(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from M 



and 15 days (to 

Feb. 28, '06). 
from Feb. 28, '0(i 
(from Sept. 1, '05) 



(from Feb. 1, '06) 



and 26 day.s (from 
Aug. 6, '05). .. 



(to July 31, 05). 



and 8 days (to 
Mar. 8, '06)... 

and 23 (lavs (from 
Mar. 8," '06)... 

and 30 days (to 
May 30, '06).. 



13 



(from May 1, '06) 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MANITOBA DIVISION 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Cateville and Hillcrest 

Cecil and Steep Creek 

Cedar Lake and The Pas 

Cedoux and McTaggart 

do do 

do do 

Chamberlain and Railway Station 

Chater anil Railway Station 

Chatfiekl and Teulon 

Cliurchbridgc and Railway Station 
Churchbridge and Roth bury. . . . 

Churchbridge and Sumner 

Clair and Railway Station 

Clandeboye and Uunara 

Clandeboye and Railway Station .. 

Clan Willi.am and Minnedosa 

Clarkleigh and Minnewakon 



Clarkleigh and Radway. 
Clarkleigh and Reaburn. 



Clark's Crossing and Railway Stn. 
Clearwater and Railway Station . . 
Coalfields and Roche Percee 



do 



do 



do 



do 



Cold Springs and Mary Hill. 

do do 

Condie and Railway Station. 
Cook's Creek and Winnipeg.. 



Copley and Lyleton 

Cordova and Moon Park 

Cordova and Selden 

Cotham and Dubuc 

Coulter and Coultervale 

Coulter and Railway Station . . . 

Coulter and Sourisford 

Ooxby and Kyle 

Craik and Foote 

Craik and Hus-tlers 

do do 

Craik and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Craik and Squaw Valley 

Crandell and Penrith 

Crandell and Railway Station . 
Craven and Railway Station . . , 



do 



do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



C. C. Cate 

W.E.Summerl'y 
Hudson Bay Co. 

A. Hodge 

W. H. Siegrest. . 



E. Fletcher.... 

Mrs. W. H. Elk- 

erton 

T. S. Smyth .... 

E. Espe 

A. E. Lewarton. 

R. Smith 

A. J. Rutland . . 
G. W. Heller.... 

A. McBain 

do 

E. Halpenny .... 
P. Chartrand . . . 



J. Clark, jr. . . 
B. Chartrand. 



9 
15i 

77' 

12 

12 

12 



1.50 yds. 

a 
30 

32 

75 yds. 

8? 
300 yds 

8i&]2 
10 



in 

44i 



J. Driedger 100 yds , 

H. McKfellar ... J 

W. Hamilton ... 3 



Souris Coal Min- 
ing Co.. Ltd. . 

H. Lees 



24— BlO 



T. Breckman . 
J. Sigardson . . 
F. J. Tipton.. 
Alloway& Cham- 
pion 

C. J. Reid 

J. Allan 

do 

H. H. Willway. 
F. Coulter 

A. Gould 

do 

R. B. Atkinson. 

N. Foote 

J. Reinertson. . . 

H. Dapper 

J. Gibson 



A. B. Foote 



B. F. Browning 

W. Bishop 

T. Hamilton . . . 
Hewer & Hewer, 

L. H. Ho.skins. . 



3 

3 

8 
8 
h 

22 

54 
8| 
6^ 
10 

500 ft. 

6 

7 

14 

12 

IG 

100 yds. 

100 



t^ 



d ft 



1 
1 

mt'ly 
1 
1 

1 



6 

6 

1 

1 

12 

2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 

6&12 

1 

1 

12 

6 



Period. 



Amount. 



3 

2 

2 
10 

12 

12 

12 

2 

10 

2 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

3 

1 

10 

6 
12 
12 

9 



mos. (from Dec. 1, '05) 



(to Oct. 31, 'C5).. 
and 27 days (to 

April 27, '00). . 
and 3 day.s (from 

April 27, '06). . 



(from April 1,"06) 



and 11 days (to 
Sept. 11, '05). . 



and 11 days (to 
Sept., 11, "05).. 



and 14 days (to 
.Jan. 14, '06). . . 

and 8 days (to 
April 22, '06). 

and 8 days (from 
April 22, '06).. 

(to Aug. 31, '05). 

from H 



(from May 1, '06) 
(to April 30, "06) 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 

from u 

and 11 days (to 

Aug. 11, '05) . 
and20dav^(from 

Aug. 11, '05). . 
(from Jan. 1, '06) 



and 16 days (to 
April 16,' '06).. 

and 14 days (from 
April 16, '06). . 



■S cts. 

.59 33 

89 00 

150 00 

39 00 

57 42 

20 57 

50 00 
125 20 
245 00 
250 40 
191 44 
280 00 
3 75 
130 00 

39 00 
190 66 

22 60 
124 00 

86 96 

46 80 

156 00 

91 63 



63 54 



.59 14 


10 83 


116 66 


112 68 


416 00 


7S OO 


26 22 


lie 99 


SO 00 


130 00 


62 20 


15C CO 


78 00 


125 00 


83 74 


31 25 


3 57 


51 20 


37 50 


104 00 


156 48 


95 27 


56 10 



B-146 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—Co7itinued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Creelman and Railway Station ... 
Crescent Lake and Saltcoats. . . . 

Cressman and Humboldt 

Crystal City and Railway Station. 

Culross and Railway Station 

Cupar and IJalrymple 

Cupar and Loon Creek 

Cupar and McDonald's Hills 

Cup.ar and Railway Station 



Curzon and Dundurn 

do do 

Cypress River and Railway vStation 



Dacotah and Railway Station 

]Jaly and Virden 

Dana and Leofeld 

Dana and Railway Station . . . 
Danvers and Scandinavia 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.IS 



S. R. Carrothers, 
H. Y. Abra. . . 
G. F. Friesen. . . 
G. R. Taylor . 
P. Anderson. . . . 
W. H. Fynn.... 

do 
J. McDonnell. . . 
J A. McLaughlin 



100 yds. 
33 
32 

i 



J. Zacher. , . . 
P. A. Edquist . 
S. F. Pearce . , 



C. Winslow. . . 
W. McKenzie. 
F. Rocheleau. 
L. Normande. 
K. Kjelseu . . . 



do 



do 



Darlingford and Railway Station, 
do do 

Darlingford and Shadeland 

Dauphin and Melton 

Dauphin and Railway Station .... 

Dauphin and Spruce Creek 

Davidson and Railway Station. . . . 

Davidson and Riverview 

Davin and McLean 

Dead Moose Lake and Lenora Lake 

De Clare and Ruther Glen 

De Clare and Mc Auley 

Deerwood and Railway Station. , 
Deleau and Railway Station. . . 
Deloraine and Railway Station , 

Dempsey and Sonris 

Dennington and Manor 

Dermid and Devlin 

Devil's Lake and Gorlitz 

Devlin and Railway Station 

Didsbury and Sunnyslope . . 

Dinorwic and Railway Station 

Disley and Railway Station 

Dominion City and Railway Station 
Dominion City and Stuartburn . . . . 



J. T. Lee. 



do do . . 

Domremy and Spring Grove 

Douglas Station and Creeford 

(Round Route) 

Douglas Station and Railway Stn 

Douglas Station and Woodlea 

Drinkwater and Catching Post. . . 

Drumague and File Hills 

Dryden and Railway Station .... 
Dry River and Mariaiwlis. . ... 



E. Jordan ... 
J. F. Crosby . 
W. Hood .... 
H. L. Short . . . 
T. Jordan ... . 
J. A. Fisher. . . . 

H. Barton 

C. R. Thurber.. 

X. Grad 

H. Wessling . . . 

C. H. Lewis. . . . 

do 
A. M. Orwell . . . 
J. B. Abraham . 

J. Gleeson 

J. Dempsey 

G. Brack 

S. Shine 

R. R. Smith . . . . 

D. McRitchie. . . 
P. P. Gierbrecht. 

S. H. King 

G. Gilmour 

R. Taylor. . . . 
G. H. Ball&H, 

E. Lang 

L. Moldowan . . 
G. H. Scott. . . . 



9 
14 



20 
20 



250 ft. 
10 
12 
200 yds. 

'71 



O t. 

o o- 
12; 



Period. 



70 



R. Arran 

do 

J. Mitchell 

W. H. Duff. . . . 
A. Longmore. 
Mrs. I. Smith. . 
W. Craik 



7i 



12 

4 

9 

yds. 

34 

10 

12 

5 

5 



4 

10 
6 
C 

14 

400 yds. 

33 
280 yds. 
140 yds. 



49 
49 



40i 

1 

H 

40 yds. 

7i 
I 
4 



6 

1 

1 

12 

12 

i 
I 

6 

1 
1 



Amount. 



2 
10 

12 12 



12 months 

12 „ 

4 ,. (from Mar. 1, '06) 
12 „ 

12 „ 

1 special trip 

3 mos. (from April I, '06) 

12 M 

8 11 and 16 davs(from 
Oct. 16; '05). . 
(to Aug. 31, '05 
from 1, 



12 

12 
2 
1 

28 
1 

12 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 

12 

12 
1 
] 
2 
1 

12 
1 

12 
6 

12 

2 
2 
1 

2 
12 

1 
12 

1 
12 

2 



9 

3 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

3 

12 

5 

7 

5 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

1 

12 
1 

12 
12 
12 

9 

3 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
4 
12 
12 



(from Junel, '06) 
(from Feb. 1,'06) 
and 13 days (to 

April 1.3, '00). . 
and 17days(from 

April 13, '06). . 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(from April 1,06) 



(from Feb. 1, '06) 
(to Jan. 31, '06) 
from II 



and 5 days (to 
Aug. 5, '05). . 



(to JnlySl, '05). 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



(from Mar 1, '06) 



•S cts. 

80 78 
208 00 
121 32 
262 92 

02 60 
2 00 

26 00 

32 50 

55 32 

25 67 

128 33 

100 16 



40 00 
68 00 
16 6() 
32 50 

20 50 



8 67 


94 


00 


31 


30 


156 


00 


100 00 


316 


57 


104 


99 


60 


00 


84 


50 


no 00 


39 


58 


71 


50 


65 


00 


39 00 


60 


00 


1.56 


62 


90 


00 


(SO 


00 


130 00 


10 58 


78 


25 


24 


75 


175 


00 


30 00 


156 


48 


312 


CX) 


104 


00 


52 


00 


234 00 


114 00 


(')5 00 


78 00 


25 33 


281 


70 


65 (jO 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MANITOBA DIVISION 



B-147 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Dubuc and Railway Station . . . 

Duck Lake .ind Mistawasis 

Duck Lake and Railwaj' Station, 

Duck Lake and St. Louis 

w I udo do 

Dufresne and Railway Station. . . 
Dufiesne and Rosewood . . . . . . 

Dunara and Woodtield 

Dundurn and Railway Station. . . 

Dunrea and Langvale 

Dunrea and Railway Station . 

Dunrea and St. Felix 

Dupuis and Estevan 

Dynient and Railway Station . . 



Eagle River and Railway Station. 
Eagleton and Sinclair Station . . . . 
Earl Grej' and Railway Station. . . 

East Bay and Makinak 

East Selkirk and Kreiger 

East Selkirk and Krnger 

East Selkirk and Libau 

East Selkirk and Melrose 

do do 

Edelane and Pengarth 

Eden and (Jlenholin 

Eden and Railway Station 

do do 

Edravis and Railway Station 

Edraus and Rutherford 



Elgin and Railway Station . . . 

Elie and Railway Station 

Elie and St. Eustache 

do 

Elkhorn and Heron 

Elkhorn and Maryfield . 
Elkhorn and Railway Station. 
Ellisboro and Wolselej' 



do 



do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Drysdale . . . 
Lepine . . . 

Boyer 

Raoette. . . . 
Ferguson . . . 
Laurin . . . 
Hourie. . . . . 

Philpott 

McCordick. 

Lang 

Dunlop 

Parent ... . 

Dupuis 

Olberg 



D. Gardiner. 
A. LaPointe. 
R. J. Wells. 



VV. Coutts. 
.J. Kreiger. 



L. Schalme 

L. Schalme 

W. S. Kades.... 
W. O. Harri.s... 
Mrs. McKillop.. 
J. Buttertield. . . 
T. B. Willaus. .. 

M. M. Scott 

M. Watson 

Mrs. D. T)ouble- 

day 

O. Johnston . . . 
J. Bernardin . . . 

H. Beaudin 

F. Letourneau. . 
J. H. Cavanagh. 
T. Mclndoe . . 
W. M. Gushing. 
A. Verry 



iJ. T. Mutrie. 



o & 



Period. 



C 
6 
9 
5 

150 yds 
1.'50 yds 
140 yds. 



Elm Creek and New Sydenham. 
Elm Creek and Railway Station 
Ehn Valley and Reston . . . 
Klphinstone and Strathclair Station 

Elva and Railway Station 

Emerson and Halbstadt 

do do 

Kmerson and Railway Station C. -V. 

do do C.P. 

Emo and Railway Station 

Erwood and Railway Station 

Esterhazy and Ohlen 



C. Dann 

T. Kennedy .... 
. I A. Bonniman. , . 

■J. Craig 

C.W. McLennan 
J. Heinriohs .... 
H. Loewen ... . 
J. H. Vanwhort 

do 
C. R. Langstaff. 

L Clyde 

J. Brunyansky. . 



do 



do 



Esterhazy and Railway Station ... 
Esterhazy and Sumner.'. 

24— BlOi 



S. Kreck. 

V. Flook. 
G. Kubik. 



300 yds 
14* 

14^ 

250 yds 
'3i 



6 12 
1 ll2 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 



(from Dec. 1, '05) 



(from Feb. 1, 'OG) 



and KJ days(from 
Oct. 16, '05) . 



and 17 days (to 
Nov. 17, '05).. 
13 d. Jan. 31, '00. 
from Feb. 1, O'O . 
(to April 30, '06). 
from !• 
(from Nov. 1, '05) 

(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from II 



and arrears. 



(to Feb. 28, '00), 
from M 



and 10 dys (to 
Nov. 10, '05). 

and 20 dys (from 
Nov. 10, '05).. 

(from Jan. 1,'00). 



(to May 31,'O0). 
from M 



and 10 dys (to 
May 19, '06). 

and 6 dys (from 
May 20, 'OG) . . 



Amount. 



.$ cts. 

78 24 
832 00 
250 40 
174 86 
250 00 

78 00 
141 40 

43 75 

150 00 
97 50 

125 20 

65 55 
62 50 
60 24 

75 00 
125 32 

53 19 
197 00 

9 51 
14 94 

49 99 
43 33 

8 67 
70 OO 
52 00 
39 00 
39 00 

66 56 

56 25 

151 08 
125 00 

73 33 

36 66 

221 96 

141 25 

403 50 

.56 49 

132 82 

50 00 
156 70 
140 00 
161 72 
156 50 

47 19 
6 25 

73 00 
125 20 
300 00 

93 40 

132 80 

15 82 
78 24 
50 00 



B-148 



POST OFFICE DEPABTMEJSfT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—Contmued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Estevan and Hill Hall 

Estevan and Railwaj' Station . . . . 
Ethclbert and R.iilvvay Station. . 
Ethelton and St. Brieu.x 



T. H. Lackey. 
R. S. Hobbs.. 
G. C. Bear.... 
J. Morrow.. . . 



Fairniede and High View 

Fairfax and Railway Station . . . 
Fanny stelle and Railway Station. 
Feindale and Welwyn Station . . . 

File Hills and Lyston 

Fillmore and Huronville ... 

Fillmore and Mutrie 

Fillmore and Railway Station. . . . 

Findlay and Grand Clairiere 

Findlay and Railway Station 

Fisher River and Icelandic River. 



do 



do 



Fishing Lake and Sheho 

Fishing Lake and Sleipner 

Flee Island and High Blufif.. . 

Fleming and Railway Station. 

do do 

Fletwode and Hazel wood 

Fletwode and Whitewood 

F.lorenta and Plumas 

Foam Lake and Ladstock 

Foam Lake and Malby 



Foley and Winnipeg Beach 

Forest Farm and Grove Park .... 

Forget and Gap View 

Forget and Railway Station. . 
Fork River and Oakbiae .... 
Fork River and Railway Station. 
Forrest Station and Railway Station 
Fort a la Come and Prince Albert 
Fort a la Come and The Pas 



Fort Alexander and St. George . . . 
Fort Alexander and Peguis 

do do 

Fort Francis and Isiie.rwood 

Fort Francis and Railway Station . 

Fort Pelly and Plateau 

Fort William and Railway Station. 

do do . 

Fort William West and Railway 

Station 

Fox Warren and Railway Station 
Fox Warren and St. Lazare. . . 

Frames and Geysir ... 

Francis and Railway Station .... 

do do .... 

Franklin and Glendale 



Franklin and Murchison Round 

Route 

Franklin and Railwaj' Station. . , 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. Dorrance . 

L. Hettle 

K. (iuilbault. 

Bvers 

Brinkworth . . 
Wiggins .... 

Caron 

.J. McDiarmid 
W Mackay . . 

do 
Sinclair. . . . 



E. Sinclair. 



J. F. Odell 

M. F. Allchin . . 
H. W. Coxsmith 
K. Elliot. . . . 

do 

M. McMillan. . . 
.1. A. Warner. . . 
T. McKenzie... 
A. E. Garnham. 
G. Crossen 



J. L. Thomas. . . 
J. Johanson . . . 
R. J. Baxter. . . . 
M. Agarent. . . . 

F. B. Lacey 

N. Little. " 

C. Watkins 

A. Sutherland. . 
Hudson Bay Co. 



L. Schanus. . . 
H. R. Halfin. . 
J. Ciimmings. . 
.1. Watson .... 
R. J. Marsh . 
M. McDtmald . 
W. F. Hogarth 
G. L. Allen 



D. S. McLean . 
A. Laycock. . . . 

(t. Hudon 

(i. Magnusson. 
D. Mitchell.... 
C. Thompson. . 
W. F. Sirett . . 



W. Morris 

A. M. Anderson 



o 



20 



19 

22i 
4 
i 
5 

6 
22 
13 

17 
1 
6 

1 

TJ 

50 

50 

32 
20 



770 yds 

9 
35i 

44 
15 

6 

13 
9 
9 

85 yds 
64 
I 

58 
245 

fi 
53 

53 
9 

1 

4 

18 



i 
1 
s 
12 
13 
400 yds 
400 yds 
10 



33i 






d c- 



Period. 



Amount. 



1 110 mos. (from Sept. 1, '05) 

6 'l2 M 

ti !12 

1 112 „ 



1 

12 

12 

1 

1 

1 

1 

6 

2 

12 

f'thl'y 

f'thl'y 

1 
1 
1 
14 
14&26 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 



(to April 30, '06). 
(to July 31, "05) 
(from Dec. 1,'05). 
(to Oct. 31, '05). 



and3dys(to Ap'l 
3, "06) 

and 27 dys (from 
April, '06). .. 



(from Aug. 1,'05' 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from ti 



1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
4 
12 
1 
m't'lyil2 

1 

1 

1 
18 

1 
28&14 
14 



(from Nov. 1,'05) 

(and 7 dys to Dec. 

7, '05) 



(from Dec. 1,'05) 



and 10 days (to 
Aug. 10, '05) 

3 trips 

3 n 

12 months 

12 

12 M 

9 „ (to M'ch 31 
3 11 from 11 



'06) 



12 12 

12 il2 

2 12 



1 

12 



(to April 30, '06). 
from .1 

and 9 dys (from 
Aug. 23, '05), . 

(from Jan. 1,'06) 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MANITOBA DIVISION 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



French and Nutana 

French and Sunny Plain 

Frobisher and Railway Station. 

Frobisher and Roseview 

Fulda and Humboldt 



Gainsborough and Railvv.iy Station 

Gainsliorough and Wtirknian 

Gardenton and Stuartburn 

Garland and Railway Station .... 

Garnock and Headlands 

Garonne and Ste Isidore de Bellevue 
Gilbert Plains and (ilenlyon. .. , 
Gilbert Plains and Railway Station 

Gilbert Plains and Umatilla 

Gilbert Plains and Venlaw 

Gilbert Plains and Wilford 

Gillies and Marcelin 

Gilolo and St. George 

Gilolo and Selkirk 

Girvin and Railway Station 

Gladstone and Railway Station (C. 

N.) 

Gladstone and Railway Station (C. 

P.) : 

Glenboro and Railway Station 

Glenboro and Skalholt 

Glencairn and Railway Station .... 

do do 

do do . . . 

Glendale and Neeiiawa 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



D. E. French . 
R. C. Wilson. 
J. S. Riddell.. 
W. H. Cole . . 
H. Kalthofr. , 



R. B. Elliott . . 
jH. Harris . . . 
B. A. Johnson 
W. J. Curtis.. 
G. T. North.. 
P. E. Myre... 

R. Shaw" 

W. McNaught.. 
W. J. McNaught 
O. Dowkes .... 

H. Atkins 

H. Gillies. . . . 
J. I Jummings . . 
It. S. Dickinson 
T. W. Hansford 



Glendinning and Moropano 

Glenella and Railway Station 

Glen Ewen and Guschen 

Glen Kwen and Railway Station. . . 

Glen Mary and Nesheni 

Glen Mary and Norden 

Glenora and Pilot Mound 

Glensmith and (ilensmith Station. . 

Glensmith and Kelwood . 

Glensmith Station and Norgate. . . . 

Glensmith Station and Ry. Station. 

Glen Valley and Pense. 

Golhurn Valley and Tisdale. . .. 
Gold Rock and Wabigoon 

do do 

do do 

Golden .Stream and Railway Stn. . . 

Gonor and Lock port " 

Goodlimds and Lennox 

Goodlands and Montefiore 

do do 

Goodlands and Railway Station 

€k)ose Lake and Weyburn 

Gtjrdon and Sancte ,A.ndrea 

Gowland Lake and Rokeby Station 
Grand Coulee and Catching Post. . . 



W. A. Sebastien 

do 
J. A. Smith . . . 
J. J. Anderson. . 

J. Minty 

H. Wylie 

W. Minty 

J. A. Ewer 



.T. Cumming. . . 

H. N. Ray 

T. R. Preston... 
do . ... 

I. Nesheni 

C. C. Larsen .... 

J. Warden 

T. J. Hall .... 

do 

Mis J. McKen- 

Jiie 

A. Wood 

C. Rogan. . 
!.T. Furber . 

A. H. Davidson. 

J. Smith 

L. R. Johnstone 

D. Gibson. . . 

W. Swain 

H. C. Manz .... 

C. Huycke 

A. Sleep 

do I 

H. Davidson. . . . 1 
I D. Macdonald . . 

T. G. Hvde [ 

A. D. Wright...! 



Sr3 



21 

7 

75 yds 

26 

18 



22 






8| 


1 
46 


li 


1 


3 


1 


7 


1 


280 yds 


12 


14i 


1 


17i 


1 


12 


1 


6 


2 


59 


1 


6A 


2 


200 ft 


12 



11 

h 
k 
h 

12 



18 



8 

16 

2 

2 



100 



yds. 

161 
9' 

25 

25 

25 
2 
li 
H 
4i 
4i 

29' 
6 
5 

i 



6&12 

12 
12 
1 
4 
4 
4 
12 

1 
6 
1 
12 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 

1 
(i 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
(i 
1 
1 
1 
6&12 



Period. 



12 months 

6 M (from Jan. 1,'OG) 

12 „ 

12 M 

1 II (from Jvnie 1,'06) 



Amount. 



(from Jan. 1,'06) 



(from Feb. 1, '06). 



(to Dec. 31, 1905) 
(to March 31, W) 
from M 
and 22 days (to 
Aug. 22, 1905). 



(to July 31,1905) 
(from Aug. 1,'05) 



(to July 31, 1905) 
(from Jan. 1, '06) 



1 

1 
12 

6 
22 trips 

8 trips 

4 trips 

12 months 

12 M 

12 „ 

8 M (to Feb. 28, 1906) 

4 11 from .1 
12 1, 

7 n (from Dec. 1, '05) 

12 ,1 

12 1, 

12 n 



$ cts. 

348 00 

30 00 
80 00 

365 00 

31 25 



156 .50 

442 00 

75 00 

18 04 

49 50 

26 00 

65 00 

97 87 

140 00 

lU'!) 00 

75 00 

90 99 

216 66 

75 83 
30 00 

97 97 

180 58 

158 00 

73 00 

36 00 

18 00 

20 80 

21 17 
39 00 

76 49 
105 00 

78 04 
25 00 
60 00 
260 00 
6 50 
71 50 

4 33 

3 90 

289 16 

45 50 

77 00 
32 00 
12 00 
75 72 
4" 49 

78 00 
78 00 
39 00 
30 00 

131 25 
.52 00 
52 00 
93 56 



B-150 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Grande Pointe and He des Chene.'?. 
ttrande Pointe and Railwaj' Station 
<Tiand Rapids and Winnipegosis, 
Grand View and Mountain Gap. 
Grand View and Railway Station 

Grass River and Plumas 

Gray and Milestone 

(irayson and Mariahilf .... 

do do 

Grayson and Railway Station. . . 

Graysville and Lintrathen 

(iraysville and Railway Station 
Graytown and Hillesden 



Great Bend and Park . 



Green Lake and Mistawasi.s . . . . 
Greenland and Ste. Anne 

Chenes ■ 

Greenway and Railway Station . 
(4renf(41 and Railway Station . . 
(4u-i.na and Railwiy Station. . . . 

Gretna iuid Reinland • ■ ■ 

(Triswold and Railway Station. . 

Griswold and Roden 

Gruber and Railway Station. . . . 
Gruntlial and Steinbach 



do do 

Gunton and Tonlon . 



Gunton and Railway Station 
Gypsumville and Scotch Bay 



Hague and Railway Station. . . 

do do . . . . 

Halbrite and Catching Post . . 

do . <^o 

Hamiota and Railway Station . 

do do ■ 

Hamiota and Viola Dale 

Hamona and Tantallon 

Hanlan and Meadow Lea 



Hanley and Railway Station 

do do 

Hanley and Rudy . 

do do 

do do 

Harding and Railway Station 

Hargrave and Railway Station. . . . 
Harperville and Woodlands.. .. . 
Harrowby and Railway Station . . 
Hartney and Railway Station (C.N. 

do do 

do do (C.P. 

do do 

Hawk Lake and Railway .Station . 




Period. 



Amount. 



12 months . 
12 ., ... 
5 trips . . 
12 months. 
12 .- . . . 



C. Toews . . . 
P. A. McBean 

H. Coy 

H. Purpur 
J. Quiring 
A. E. Hill 
J. Laing.. 
H. Girtle 
J. E. Schellen 

berg 
G. A. St. John.. 

D. Gunn 

do 
W. Monkman 



E . Mahaffy . . 

D. Dyck 

D. Hives 

C. Hill ... 
A. McKague . 
Bethune 
T. Pollock . 
McMillan. 
Macdonald 



R. W. Oxley . 
F. Hazell .... 
J. M. Eby, jr., 
A.N.Finnestad 
J. M. Eby jr. . . 

J. A. Reid 

H. Cutfield .... 

A. M. Millar.. 

S. Blane 

J. Blair 

J. McFee 

J. Blair 

J. McFee 

B. J. Hodgins . . 



(from Dec. 1,'05)! 
(to Feb. 28, '06) . 
from M 



and 14 day.s (to 
Feb. 14, 1906). 

and 18 days (to 
Aug. 18,1905).. 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 

from 11 

and 11 days (to 

May 11, 1906) 
and 20days(from 

May 11, 1906) 



(to Dec. 31, 1905) 
from II 

(to Mar. 31,1906) 
from n 

(to Dec. 31,1905) 
from M 



and 11 davs (to 
Sept. 11, 1905) 
(to Nov. 30,1905) 
from " 

(to July 31, 1905) 
(to Jan. 31, 1906) 
fiom " 



12 I 2 
12 1 12 



(to April, 30, '00) 
from " 

(to April, 30, '06) 
from 11 



*; cts. 



96 00 


70 00 


100 00 


140 00 


78 00 


90 00 


144 16 


52 00 


26 00 


62 00 


95 00 


54 62 


156 25 


57 12 


216 00 


75 00' 


93 92 


330 05 


131 04 


215 00 


248 79 


475 00 


41 ?0 


225 00 


75 00 


62 35 


10 98 


540 00 


47 10 


49 27 


1.36 50 


45 50 


157 00 


156 00 


199 52 


98 80 


18 36 


20 83 


00 6(; 


25 00 


14o 82 


104 16 


78 00 


139 63 


125 00 


46 95 


208 00 


41 73 


109 50 


22 16 


24 08 



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APPENDIX B~Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Xair.e of Route. 



Hazfl Cliffe and Railway Station. 

Hazel Ridge and Sapton 

Headingly and Railway Station... 

do do 

Headlands and McDonald Hills. . 

Hecla and Icelandic River 

Reward and Hudmore 

Heward and Railway Station . . . 
High Blutf and Railway Station.. 
Highclerc and Strassburg Station . 

Hillburn and Moosomin 

Hill End and Innisfail 



Hill Farm and Lemberg 

Hilton and Railway Station ... . 
Hirsch and Railway Station. 

Hirzel and Pheasant Forks 

Hitchcock and Catching Post. . . 
Holland and Railway Station . . . . 
Holinfield and Railway Station. . 
Homewood and Railway Station. 

Hoodoo and Leofeld. ... 

do do 

Howell and Railway Station. ... 
Humboldt and Railway Station. . 



do 



do 



Hunn's Valley and Minnedosa. 

Hyde Park and Roseisle 

Hyder and Ninga 

Hymers and O'Connor 

Hyniers and Railway Station . . 
Hymers and South Gillies 



Icelandic River and Norway House. 
Icelandic Ri\ erand Winnipeg Beach 

Ideal and Radway . 

Ignace and Rail way station 

Indian Head and Railway Station.. 

Indian Ford and Rathwell 

Indian Springs and Railway Station. 

Ingleside and Willow Range. 

Ingolf and Catching Post 

Innisfail and Knee Hill Valley 

do do . . . . 

do do 

Innisfail and Mayton 

Insinger and Railway Station 

Invennay and Railway Station 

do do 

Invermay and Sheho 

Invermay and Sluggett 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Rawson & Mc- 

Lavighlin 

A. J. Peterson. . 
L. H. Compton. 
J. L. Francis. , . 
R. Lochhead. . .. 
H. Asbjornsson. 

I). Kirk 

N. P. Crich . .. 
H. W. Co.xsmith. 
A. J. Burrows. , 
W. B. Q Green. 
E. Songhurst . . . 



T.Clarke 

Mrs. .I.E. Da vies 

M. Berner 

S. Good 

N. Dupuis 

J. J. Pearson. . . 

F. J. Messner. .. 

W. Brown 

J. Hanacek ... . 

B. Olivier ...... 

L. A. Lapreniere 
Schaeffer 

I. W. Lowes .... 

L. Kovacs ... . 
E. Griffith . . . . 
Moore & Ed- 
wards 

R. A. Winslow. . 

G. E. Hyniers . . 
M. Couch 



Kakabeka and Catching Post W. R. Buttais. . 



D. C. McTavLsh 

B. Anderson. . . 
A. C. .Jeffrey . . 

J. Davies 

A. Leach 

Mrs. A. Sturton 
.7. C. Toutant. . 
W. J.William. 
R. M. McDonald 
(J. R. McLaren. 
N. W. Stiles... 
G. R. McLaren 
M. Irwin. . . . 

J. Prouse 

H. Turner 

O. Turner 

F. Tulloch 

C. Sluggett 



P 



.300 ft. 
• 5 



s 

10 
24 

8 
300 yds. 

i 

2 

28 
20 
12 



20 

125 yds. 

i 

126 yds. 
12 
12 

1 

TXT 

100 yds. 
400 yds. 
22 



50 yds. 



300 
51 

8 

I 

7h 
25 yds. 

7 

15 
15 
15 
21 
U 

100 yds. 

100 yds. 

25 



^k: 



d o- 



1 

12 

12 

1 

1 

1 

6 

12 

1 

2 

1 

2 

12 

4 

1 

7 

12 

12 

6 

1 

1 

6 

fe6 

6&12 

1 
1 



ft'nly. 
2 
1 

12 

21 

2 

6 

1 

12 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
1 
1 



Period. 



months. 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 

from IT 

(to Mar. 31, '06) 



and 5 davs (to 
Aug. ,5, i!)05).. 



(to Aug. 31, '05) 
from II 

(from Feb. 1, '06) 
and 17 dys. (to 

Nov. 17, '05) . . 
and 13 dys. (from 

Nov. 17, '05).. 
(to Dec. 31, '05) 



(from April 1,'05) 



9 trips 

12 months 

(from Nov. 1, '05) 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

1 trip 

1 trip 

10 trips 

3 mos. (to Sept. 30, 05) 
12 I, 

2 ,1 (to Aug. 31, '95) 
10 II from II 

1 I, (to July 31, 05) 

3 ,1 (from Apr. 1, '06) 



Amount. 



10 



and 11 dvs. (to 
May 11," '06) .. 



S cts. 

78 24 

64 50 
47 10 
46 87 

105 00 

130 00 
60 00 

108 75 
90 32 
60 83 

289 44 

6 25 

150 00 

95 45 

100 0') 

150 00 

26 24 

200 04 

117 45 

62 40 

24 17 

83 33 

26 00 

22 18 

65 21 

55 00 
46 80 

130 00 

120 00 

.50 00 

10 00 



400 00 

1,019 23 

29 33 

80 22 

461 36 

125 00 

36 00 

52 00 

60 00 

3 00 

3 00 
.30 00 
58 .50 
52 00 

4 50 
87 99 
14 58 
75 00 



30 19 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Kakabeka and Catching Post. 



Kaleida and Manitou 

Kamsack and Xeewin 

Kamsack and Railway Station. 

do do 

Kawende and Kelvin 

Kawende and Railway Station. 
Keewatin and R lilway Station. 
Kelloe and Railway Station . . . 

Kelwood and Norgate 

Kelwood and Railway Station . 

do do 
Kemnay and Railway Station . 
Kena.ston and Railway Station. 
Kenlis and Sintaluta 




M. Hennes.sey 

N. Morrison * 
J. C. Murray.. 
W. D. Nix.... 
H. Harvev. ... 

C. Moxham. . 

D. A. Moore. . 
J. A. Fletciier 
J. T. Cairns . 
J. McKenzie. . 
A. Wood .... 

.T. Wood 

K. B. Scott. . .. 
T. C. Haygarth.. 
Jones & Hannah 



Kenora and Railway Station L. 

Kenton and Logoch G. 

do S. 

Kenton and Railway Station .... A. 
Keye.s and Berton (Roiind Route). . J. 

Keye.s and Railway Station [ W, 

Killaly and Railway Station . , , . . ; J. 
Killarney and Giendiniiing (R.R. ). . JA. 
Killaniey and Railway Station . . . . |C. 

Killarney and Wakopa (R.R.) A. 

Kilwinning and Wingard jR. 

Kingsley and Lariviere [R. 

Kinisota and Siglumes i J. 

Kinisota and Westbourne | J. 

Kirkella and Catching Post J. 

Kirkpatrick and Prince Albert :.T. 



Kisbey and Railway Station. 

Kisbey and Warniley. 

Kristnes and Quill Plain 

Kronan and Railway Station 

Kronan and St. Alarys 

K<uoki and Railway Station. . , 
Kutawa and Wolfsheim 



La Broquerie and Railway Station. 
Lao du Bonnet and Railway Station. 

do do 

Lajard and Railway Station. . . . 
Lake Francis and Railway Station. 

Lake Park and Langham 

Lake Park and Osier 



do 



Landestrew and Langenburg 
do do 



Lang and Railway Station 

Langenburg and Railway Station . 
Lariviere and Railway Station . . . . 



Hilliard . . . 

A. Johnson 
Fisk 

W. Kent.. 
A. Mclntyre 
. Keyes . . 
Fesser . . 

Young . . 

Bate 

Hannah . 

D. Ander.son 

Henderson. 
S. Eyford . 
C. Ander.son 
Neilly .... 

Tanner 

. M. Seller. . 

S. Porter . . 
F. Lief.son . 

Entenier 

Ehniann . 
J. E. Oats. 
Miller . . 



.22 



12 

37 

■100 ft. 

400 ft. 

6 

202 yds. 

■ i 
1 

4 

8 
100 yds. 
100 yds." 

133 yds. 
15 

\ 
11 
11 

194 vds. 
23 

J. 

400 yds. 
33 

■A 

33 

15 

G 

9 

72 
252 yds. 

22 
200 yds. 
12 
8 
300 yds. 

5 
200 yds. 
18 



E. Sa.vard . . 
W. T. Kirby. . . 
J. D. McAr'thur 
I. O. Berg.... 
A. Tarn 

J. F. Reinier. 
C. C. Jan.sen. . 



J. W. Rowe . . 
A. Dornmann . 
H. Popp 



S. C. Wtight 
F. J. Shopland 
T. Dunlop . . 



yds. 
5 

9 
14 

14 

15 

15 



2 

1 

4 

6 

1 

12 

28 

12 

1 

(i 

6 

12 

12 

2 

28&14 
1 

• L 
G 
3 

12 
6 
2 

12 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 

34 
1 

4&'6 
1 
1 
6 
2 



Period. 



1 month and 20 dys.(froni 
May li, "OG) . . 

12 months 

12 „ 

3 ., (to Sept. 30, '05) 

9 11 from 11 

12 1, 

12 ,1 

12 11 

12 ,1 

11 

4 



6 

2 

2&6 

4 
2 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 



270 yds. 14 

i I 18 



12 

4 

8 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

8 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

6 

12 

12 

12 

9 

5 



(from Aug. 1, '05) 
(to Nov. 30, '05) 
from 11 



(from Jan. 1, '06) 

and 15 dys. (from 

Oct. 16, '05)... 



(to Oct. 31, '05) 
from 11 



(to Feb. 28, '06) 



Amount. 



(from Jan. 1, '06); 



(from Oct. 1, '05); 
(from Feb. 1, 'OG) 



(to Sept. 30, '06) 
from 11 



and 18 dys. (from 

Sept. 12, '05).. 
(from Mar. 1, '06) 
and 17 dys. (to 

Nov. 17', '05).. 
and 12 dys. (to 

Feb. 28, '06) . . 
and 7 days (to 

Sept. 7, '05)... 
and 23 dys. from 

Sept. 7, '05). . . 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



La Salle and Railway Station . 

Lauder and Hailvvay Station 

Laurior and Railway Station 

La Valle and Railway Station. . . . 

do do . . . . 

Lavenhani and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Lavinia and Onvvold 

Lebret and Qu'.A.|)peIle 

Leinbeig- and Phea.sant Forks . . . . 

do do 

Leuibeig and Railway Station . . . 
Lenore and Railway Station . . . . . 

Leofeld and Muenster 

Letelliei- .-md Railway Station. . .. 
Letellier. St. .Iciseph and St. Pie. . 

Li'istoncand Miuitonas 

Lilly Held and Winnipeg 

Lipton and Qu'Appelle 



Lipton and Railway Station 
Loch Monar and ^[arkland. , 
Loch Monar and Stonewall. , 
Longlnn-n and Macdonald. . , 
Long Creek and Milestone. . , 



Loon Creek and Wheatwyn 

Loretto and Railway Station . ... 

Lothair and Westwood 

Lothaiv and Wheatland 

Louise Bridge and Winnipeg 

Lowe Farm and Railway Station. . . 
Lower Fort (iairy and Oak Hani- 

inoek 

Ljwer Fort Garry and Pigeon Bluff. 

Lum.sden and Railway Station 

Luiiisden and Taylorboro 

Lunifden and Tregarva 

Lyleton and Railway Station 

Lyonshall and Xinga 



McAuiey and Railway Station 

McCreary and Ftailway Station. . . 

McKen/.ie and SnowHake 

McKcn/.ieville and Railway Stn.. . 
do do 

Mclean and Railway Station 

McTaggart and Catching Post. . . 

do do 

Macdonald and Railway Station. . 
Macdowall and Railway Station.. 

Macdowall and Willloughby 

Macfarlane and Taylorboro 

MacOregor and Railway Station.. 
MacGregor and Rosehill 

do do 

^L^coun and Catching Post 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. Cormier. . . 
E. Moore . . . 

Trottier 

Saunders 

Martin 

Rands 

. Perkins 

W. Lief 

Bouffard 

. Harmiston. . 

Betker 

jS[. Gillespie. , 
S. Carscadden 

Langer 

Gnilbert 

A. Poliquin . . 
W. Lidstone. 

Ripal 

Brinkworth . . 



J. Atkinson 
R. S. Sindal... 

P. Harper 

A. Curtis 

6. Cassidj'. ... 



T. Bradwell . . . 
A. Maicoux 
J. A. Dyer . . . 

do 

J. H. McGrath. 
G. Klassen .... 



160 yds. 

160 yds, 
80 yds, 
80 yds, 

U 



100 yds, 

165 yds. 

45 

I 

Sh & 4^ 

9" 

14i 

12" 

300 yds. 
18 
30 
5i 
17 

a 



C. Johnstone. . . . 
J. Linklater . . . . 

f. Mair 

W. Seeley ... 
W. R. Jamieson. 
R. Murray. , . 
S. Jones 



A. Miller... 
J. Ledou.\ . . 
Strachan. . . 
Downton . . . 
E. McGuire. 

Seelin 

Foisie 

E. Foisie.. . . 
E. Barber . , 
McK. Ellis. 
McLeod. . , 
W. Rowand 

Hay 

Snaith 



E. C. Hamblin. 
E. Rollins .... 



5i 



!) 

H 

^, 
70i 

8' 

1 
s 



100 yds. 
1 
s 
6 
100 ft. 
100 ft. 

1^ 
200 yds. 
200 yds. 

12 

200 yds. 13 & 12 
1 I 1 
25 1 

i 20&32 
10 1 




2& 



12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

f, 

6 

1 

6 

2 

2 

6 

6 

1 

]2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

6 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
3 
2 
2 
6 
12 

1 
1 

12 
1 
1 

16 
2 



10 
320 yds. 



1 
12 



Period. 



months 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
from II 
(to Jan. 31, '06) 
(from Feb. I, '06) 



(to Oct. 31, '05)1 
from II 



(to May 31, '06) 



and 18 dys. (from 
July 14, '05). . . 



(to July 31, '05). 



21 days (from 
Nov". 10, '05).. 



(to May 31, '06), 
from II 



and 4 days (to 
Jan. 4, '06). . . . 

(from Feb. 1,'06). 



(to Dec. 31, '05),, 
(to May 31, '06), 



(to Aug. 31, '05), 
from II 



(from Dec. 1, "05). 



and 2 days (toi 
Nov. 2, '05)... 

and 28 days (from 
Nov. 2, '05) , . . I 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

60 00 

125 20 

205 92 

15 00 

45 00 

11 70 

19 50 

75 00 

140 40 

50 00 

100 00 

156 48 

78 24 

366 66 

152 49 

150 00 

100 00 

90 00 

48 23 

70 00 

5 83 

247 00 

84 00 

113 38 

90 00 

200 00 

45 83 

4 17 

78 00 

50 20 

40 00 
28 00 
156 48 
721 98 
78 00 
78 00 

51 11 

35 41 
177 34 
100 00 

19 .50 

17 19 
182 85 

23 33 
145 40 

84 00 
121 26 

78 00 
131 25 
326 00 

33 96 

66 04 
93 88 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued, 




Macoun and Romford 

Macouii and Slager 

Macoun and Viewtield 

Makavoff and Shillingthor])e 

Makaroff and Railway Station 

Makinak and Railway Station 

do do 

jNIakinak and Ste. Anielie 

do do 

Makinak, Ste. Anielie and Ste. Rose 

du Lac 

Makinak and Ste. Ro.se du Lac. . . . 

Mandal and Ridgeford 

Mandan and Railway Station 

Manituu and Railway Station 

Manor and Moo.soinin 

Manor and Railway Station 

Maraville and Ne.sbitt 

Margaret and Railway Station 

Margo and Railway Station 

Mariapolis and Railway Station. . . . 

Mariapolis and St. Alphonse 

Markland and St. Adelard 

Marney and Strathclair Station . . . 
Marquette and Railway Station.. . . 
Marquette and Woodlands 

^Marshland and Woodside 

do do 



do 



do 



do do 

Mather and Kailway Station. . 
Meadows and Railway .Station. 
Meadow Lea and Warren 



Meadowvale and Plyinpton 

Medora Station and Railway Stn. 
Melbourne and Railway Station... 
Melfort and Piince Albert 



Melfort and Railway Station 
Melfort and South Melforc . 

do do 

Melita and Railway Station . 

Menotield and Verigin 

Menotield and Yorkton 



do do 

Menteith and Railway Station . 

do do 

Methven and Railway Station . 

do do 
Methven and Wawanesa 



R. C. Riddell... 
do 

A. McAulay. .. 
G.H.E.Mapleton 

R. McLean 

W. (iolden 

B. W. Grant. . . . 
A. McDougal. . . 
L. Kimp 



do 

J. Marshall 

R. Thomas .... 

T. Cuddy 

r. G. Harman . . 
W. B. C. Green. 
E. N. Maltbv . . . 
L B. Donaldson. 
.J. Magwood , , . . 
E. M. Bigelow. 



C. Landry 

T. Chapdelaine., 
B. S. Lindal.,.. 
W. D. Coghlin. 
H.O. Smith.... 
do 

E. Hanneson . . 

S. B. Olsen 



30 
50 

15 
15 
200 yds. 

8 

16 
IG 

16 & 10 
10 
13 

'i 

i 

53i 

80 yds. 

9 

h 



14 



C. Christiansen 

G. Johnson. . . 
H.A. McKinnon 

W. Clark 

J. McDonald . . 

E. Hayward . . , 
I. C. Dandy . . . 
A. H. Graham. 
W. McDonald. 

A. E. Wild. . 
J. G. Armstrom 
R. B. Harley . ." 
R. Cruickshank 

J. Boreko 

J. Kenske 



J. Boreko 

H. Reinhardt. 
J. Abrey 



i) 



E. Rogers . 
A. Ziegler 

S. Avison. 



10 

10 

10 

10 

300 yds. 
12 



h 
99' 

200 yds. 
11 

11 

i 

6" 
30 

30 



2& 1 
2 
1 
(5 

12 
1 

12 

1 

• 12 

A 

12 
2 

1 

2 

12 

2 

1 

1 



(to Nov. 30, '05). 
from M 

(from Aug. 1, '05) 
(from Sejjt. 1,'05) 

(VoMch.'3i,''06). 
from n 

(to Sept. 30, '05). 
(to Mar, 31, '06). 

from II 

(to Mar. 31, '06). 

(from Feb. 1, '06) 



and 16dys. (from 
Oct. 16, '05). 



(from Aug. 1,'05) 



and 11 days (to 

Sept. 11, '05) 
and 4 days (to 

.Tan. 4, '06). 
and 7 dvs.(toJan. 

11, '06) 

and 17 days (to 

Feb. 28, '06). . . 
from M 



(from Mar. 1,'06) 

and 19 dys. (from 

Sept. 12, '05>. . 



and 17 dys. (from 
Sept. i4, '05). . 

(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 

(from Feb. 1, '06) 
and 4 days (to 

Dec. 4, '05) . . . 
and 27 days (to 

Jan. 31, '06)... 
and 14 days (to 

Nov. 14,' '05).. 
and 16 dys. (from 

Nov. i4, '05) . . 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — C ontinued. 



Name of Route. 




.Miami and Opawaka iP. Angern 

Miami aii.l Railway Station , jR. Patterson. . . . 

Miilale and Catehiiig Post !(). Wediii 

M ilihtone and Railway Station . . 'C. f). Carlson. . . 

MiUbiook and Winnipeg W. H.Hemmings 

Mill Creek and Willow Range iT. Irvine 

Millet and Patience IW. Suss 

Melhille and Weyburn I A. Insrell 

^[illwood and Railway Station IE. Walker . . . 

Mine Centre Station and Railwayl 

Station IL. Haniel 

Miniuta and Railway Station . .. D. Rowan.... 
Minitonas and Railway Station. . . IPocock & Gibson 
Minnedosa and Railway Station. . .]H. J. Armitagc. 
Minnedosa and Scandinavia. .. .jH Hal penny. .. . 
Minnnewaken and Oak Point P. Ohartrand.. . . 

Minne\vaken and Rabbit Point . . . C. E. Brault 

Minnewaken and Scotch Bay T. Malcolm 

iSlinnitaki and Catching Post IC. S. Hewson. . . 



Minto and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Mistawasis and Mount Xebo. 

Moffat and Stonybrook 

Moffat and Wolseley (R.R.). . 



do 



do 



Moline and Rapid City 

Mol.son and Railway Station. 

do do 

do do 



Montmartre and Wolseley ... . 
Moosomin and Railway Station 
Moosomin and Rossetti . 

Morden and Nelson 

Morden and Railway Station 
Morden and Wakeham 

do do 

Morris and Railway Stations , . 
Mount Royal and Winnipeg. . . 

do do 

Mountain Side and Strassburg Stn. 

Mowbray and R lilway Station 

Mowbray and Windygates 

^fui-nster and Railway Station . . . . 

Mulock and Yorkton 

Murillo and Railway Station 

do do 
Murray Bay and Railway Station. . 
Myrtle and Railway Station 

do do 



I. Brown. 

X. Scott 

J. M. Cameron, 
M. Livingstone, 
P. Smith 

J. T. Mutrie... 



jD. Dick 

E. F. Carter.... 
1 1. J. Tremells. .. 
'B. F. Hinchliffe. 



Napinka and Railway Station 

Neepawa and Rail way Station(C.N.) 
do do (C.P.) 
Nesbitt and Railway Station. .. 
Net of Lakes and Wadena 



O. Beaudin 

G. Sims 

R. Irwin 

J. Duncan .... 

J. Wright 

Mrs. H. Bayliss. 
R. C. Bayliss... 

M. Laurie 

L. P. Brault ... 
J. J. T»ylor. .. 
T. L. Richardson 
W. W. Mitchell, 
do 

A. Nenzel 

J. Thomas . . 
A. McLean. . . . 
J. W. McArthur 
J. Bvniting . . . 
A. McDonald.. 
P. H. Harrison 



A. E. Slater. . 
H. R. Rutlege. 

■J, Howatt 

G. B. Barager. . 
F. Donnell 



c 


E.^ 










N 


t^ 


cj" 


o u 


.2^ 


ct 


a 


^ 


7 


1 


200 yds. 


12 


.50 yds. 


t 


75 yds. 


4 


39;^ 


2 


1 5| 


1 


i 18 


1 


14 


1 


k 


12 


1 100 ft. 


6 


200 vds. 


12 




6 


tV 


18 


21J 


1 


17 


2 


4 


2 


16i 


2 


i 


3 


^■r 


12 


A 


12 


11 


1 


30 


1 


21 


2 


21 


2 


8 


1 


A 


14 


A 


14 


h 


18 


21 


1 


i 


14&26 


19 


2 


lOJ 


2 


1 


12 


16 


2 


16 


2 


i&h 


24&18 


10.V 


2 


m 


2 


7\ 


1 


160 yds. 


(i 


n 


2 


,850 yds. 


4&6 


22 


1 


^ 


12 


X 


12 


^ 


6 


h 


12 


\ 


12 


^ 


18 


4 


6 


1 


12 


i 


12 


9 


1 



Period. 



months 



(to Nov. 30, '05) 



(to July .31, '05). 
(to Nov. 30, '05). 



Amount. 



and li)dvs. (from 
Sept. 12, '05) . . 



(to Dec. 31, '05). 
from M 



and 10 days (to 
Nov. 10, ''05).. 

and 20 dvs. (from 
Nov. io, '05) - . 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
days (to Jan. 14, '00). 
mos. and 17 dys (from 
Jau. 14, '00) . . 



(to Dec. 31, '05; 
from tr 



(to Nov. 30, '05) 
from M 
(froniMar. 1, '00) 



(to Feb. 28, '06) 
from IT 

(to Nov. '30, '05) 
from M 



(from Dec. 1, '05) 



•S cts. 

85 00 

130 44 

25 05 

182 48 

209 70 

52 00 

12 33 

41 ()6 

200 64 

78 00 
156 50 
235 .50 
234 75 
161 04 

188 34 

65 00 
217 75 

60 00 
31 40 
31 20 

74 00 
312 00 

75 17 

166 03 

78 00 

40 00 

3 11 

47 17 
115 48 
338 39 
250 00 
150 00 
156 .50 

75 00 
120 00 
755 92 

28 09 

66 66 
33 3^ 
98 72 

150 00 

142 85 

312 0(t 

118 67 

59 53 

50 00 

68 75 

96 25 



187 20 
156 50 
2.50 00 
156 48 
60 66 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Xame of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Xettly Lake and Railway Station. . J. McDonald . 

Neudorf and Pearl Paik F. W. Finder. 

Neudorf and Railway Station |D. Kuss .... 

Neudorf and Tiree 1 do 

Newdale and Railway Station j A. R. Fanning 

New Finland and White wood F. Kennedy . . 

New Hastings and Welwyn Station;-!. Byers.. 

New Holstein and Sedley R. Koch 

New Warren and Rouleau T. Mitchell. . 



do 



do 



Ninette and Railway Station . . 
Ninga and Railway Station.. . . 
Niverville and Railway Station. 
Nolalu and Railway Station 



H. A. Hastings 



J. Overend. . . . 
G. Robinson . 
A. P. Penner. 
A. Bishop . . . 



Norman and Railway Station 

do do 
North Portal and Railway Station . 
Norwood Grove and Winnipeg 



J. H. Snider 
•J. O. Dulmadge 
W. H. Dorsey. 
Mrs. E. Suther 

land 

E. Gregoire. . 



do do 
Notre Dame de Lourdes and Rath- 
well jF. Chaperon . . 

Nutana and Saskatoon 'W. N. Howell 



Oak Bank and Pine Ridge 'A. Wedman. . . 

do do I A. Schmidt 

Oak 151uff and Railway Station .... (i. P. Wastle. . . . 

Oaklnu-n and Slioal Lake Mrs. M. Hamil- 

! ton 

do do 

Oak Lake and Railway Station 
Oakland and Portage la Prairie 
Oak Point and Railway Station 



:T. H. Halliday. 

R. L. Hood 

J. & Va. Brown. . 

A. Pritchard. . . . 



Oak River and Railway Station 
Oak River and Totonka .... 

Oak River and Wheatland 

Oberon and Railway Station. . 
Ochre River and Railway Station 
Ogilvie Station and Railway Station 

do do 
Olive and Treherne 

do do 

Orcadia and Railway Station 

Osage and Railway Station 

Osier and Railway Station 

Osier and Vaunder 

Otterbunie and Railway Station. . 

Otterhurne and St. Pierre 

Otthon and Yorkton 

Otto and Seanio . . 

O.xbow and Railway Station 

Oxdrift and Railway Station. ..... 



J. Little 

F. C. Sparling. 
T. Cleaves jr. . . 
E. C. McGuire. 
W. A. Oliver. 
W. Hyness . 

E. P. Parker... 
W. J. Parker. 
R. McQviay. . 

F. R. Knight. 
J R. Standen. 
J. S. Grant . . . 
W. Elliott.... 
J. Rougeau . . . 
J. Cadotte .... 
M. Litvanyi 
W. E. Westdal. 
T. Decker. . . . 
A. Beatty 



Parkside and Wingard W. Hamilton 






2 
16 
250 yds, 
17 
i 
19i 
8' 
7 
1.5 

15 



i 

1 

20 yds. 

25 yds. 
25 yds. 



200 




2 
1 

2 
12 
1 
2 
1 
1 



12 

12 

12 

4 

12 
V2 
14 



26 
2 
4 

12 
1 
2 
6 

12 
6 
6 
2 
2 
4 
6 

12 
1 

12 
3 
1 
1 

12 



12 months 

12 „ . 

12 M .. 

12 ,. . . 

12 „ . . 

12 ,, . 

12 „ ., 

12 ., . . 
8 



22 



and 14 days (to 
Mar. 14, '06).. 

and 17 davs (from 
Mar. 14, '06} . 



and 17 davs (from 
Mar. ih, '06) . . 
(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from ,i 



Amount. 



9 „ (to Mar. 31, '06) 
3 II from II 



(to Nov. 30, '05) 
from n 



(to Mar. 31. '06) 
from II 



and 11) days (from 
Sept. 12. '05). . 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 
(from .June 1, '06) 

(to Mar. 31, '06)1 

fr.in. ,1 ..I 

(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from II 



(to Dec. 1, '05) 



1 4 



(from Mar. 1, '00) 



•S cts. 

104 00 

200 00 

62 60 

312 00 

156 48 
177 00 
152 00 

80 00 

104 03 

45 63 
100 16 
160 51 
200 00 

6 46 

202 50 

67 50 

96 26 

46 50 
15 50 

120 00 

187 46 



20 83 
29 16 
57 20 

134 61 

44 87 
232 77 
247 00 

32 00 

240 00 

99 00 

31 25 

4 87 

172 05 

39 00 

13 00 

154*62 

39 00 

50 00 

140 84 

109 20 

83 69 

156 50 

230 00 

80 00 

45 00 
188 10 

90 00 



66 66 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Paswegin and Railway Station 

Peguis and ISt. (ieorge 

Peguis and Selkirk , , 

Pendennis and Railway Station.... 

Pengarth and Strasburg 

Penne and Railway Station 

Pense and Stony Beach 

Percival and Catching Pobt 

Pettapiece and Railway Station. . . . 

Pier.'on and Railway Stati.m 

Pigeon Lake and Railway Station. , 
Pilot Butte and Railway Station. . . 
Pilot Mound and Railway Station.. 
Pine River Station and Ry. Station 

Pine Valley and Vassar 

Piuewood and Railway Station.. . 
I'into and Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



c 








o 




o 


r 


B 


O) 


c« 


'7J 




•^ 




^ 


a 









i-^ 



2 



Pipestone and Railway Station . . . 

Pipestone and Shilson 

Plain View and Willowbrook 

Pl.ateau and White Hawk 

Plumas and Railway Station 

Plum Coulee and Railway Station 

Pomeroy and Roland 

Poplar Point and Railway Station 

Poplar Point and .St. Auibroise. . . . 
do do 

Portage la Prairie and Railway Sta- 
tion (C.N) 

Portage la Prairie and Railway Sta- 
tion (C.P.) 

Portage la Prairie and Street Letter 
Boxes 

Port Arthur and Railway Sta.(C.N.) 
do do (C.P.) 

Prairie Grove and Railway Station 

Prairie Rose and \\ atson 

Prince Albert and Railway Station. 



W. (Jillanders. . . 
(J. Cummings. . . 
W. Robin.son.. . . 

C. Fo.x 

H. Schwandt. . . 
S. G. Marling. . . 

do 

D. McKenzie. . . 

F. W. Gile.s 

G. A. Bremner. . 
F. Pattenaude . , 

B. Holden 

J. B. Baird 

M. McLean 

P. Palmason . . . . 

C. J. O'Neill , .. , 
F. H. Dagg & R 

Robertson . . . , 
Stewart Brother: 
do 

D. E. Strevell. . 
L. Simair. . . . 
W. D. Lamb. 
J. A. Mactavish 
F. Sutton .... 
M. H. Ritchie 
R. Fhunand . . 
M. R. Gowler 

R. Ferguson . 

do 

E. Ridler 

R.Milne 

C. A. Herron. 
R. Dunlop. . . . 
I. J. White... 
E. Gibson 



I IGOft. 
1 .59 I 

'•201) yds. 

17 

55 yds. 
200 ft. 

! J 

9A1 
100 vdsTi 

100 yds.t 

7 I 
i 

50 yds.i 

X 

8 ' 

10 [ 

12 

14 



\7h 
17h 



do 



do 



Prince Albert and Shell Brook, 
do do 

do do 



S. Hellier 



I. Belfry 

G. W. McComas 
J. Cadieu 



Prince Albert and Star City IvV. McDonald. 

I 

Prince.-is and Waskada W. H. Hotham. 

Purvis and Railway Station A. Hyslop 



Qu'Appelle and South Qu'Appelle 

(iu'Appelle and Wishart 

do do 

<i>uarrel and Skafse 

<^>neen's Valley and Winnipeg.. . 
'^•uill Lake and Radway Station . 
Rainy River and Railway Station 
Rainy River and Rapid River 



Creamei- Bros. . . 
W. A. Heubach . 
H. & .T. Shannon 
A. H. Shervin . 
W.H. Hemmings 
A. K. Thorn.. 

R. Reid 

A. J. Hunter 



4i 

i 

4I 

2(5' 



30 
30 
30 

115i 



4&6 
1 
2 
« 
1 

26 
2 
6 

12 

12 
3 
(j 

12 
2 
2 

12 

14 

12 
1 
2 

i 

12 
12 
1 

12 
1 
2 



Period. 



mos. (froin Nov. 1, '05) 
(to Jan. 31, '03) 

to „ 



(to Oct. 31, '05) 



Amount. 



(from May 1, '06) 



(to Oct. 31, '05.) 
from 11 



12 12 

I 

34 12 

20 '12 

12 !l2 

14&2S42 

2 12 

1 I 2 

12 10 

12 i 1 

1 3 

2 15 

2 ' 8 



2 1 2 



fi ' 2 12 

200 ft. I 4 & C 12 



12 
3 
9 



„ (from May 1,'06.) 
II and 13 days (to 

May 13, '06). 
11 andl8days( from 

May 13, '06) . 

,1 (to Sept. .30, '0,5. f 

dy.s. (to Oct. 1.5, '05).. 

months and 16 d. (from 

Oct. 15, '05. ) . . 
II and 15 dys. (to 

Sept. 15, '05).. 



18 


6 


7H 


1 


76i 


1 i 


26 


1 


39^ 


2 


yds. 


4&6 


i 


12 


8 


1 



(to Sept. 30, '05. 
from 11 
(to Aug. 31, "05. 
(from Dec. 1, '05.) 



•S cts. 

19 72 
245 39 

92 23 
78 00 
72 00 

130 47 
245 48 

78 2t 
100 00 
109 71 
156 00 

61 74 
200 00 

10 00 

93 60 
156 50 

16 
156 50 

84 00 
135 00 
115 05 

97 87 
150 00 

55 00 
185 00 

26 00 
16(i 66 

135 52 

405 21 

365 00 
200 87 
626 75 
156 00 

49 16 

541 71 

71 20 

50 00 

20 38 

354 62 

360 3() 

104 00 

32 91 



440 00 
140 00 
390 00 
28 16 
377 58 
142 85 
312 00 
130 00 



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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Ranchvale and Sol-sgirtlr . . . . 

Rapid City and Railway Station. 
Ratliwell and Railway Station. . . . 
Reaburn and Railway Station . . . . 
Red .Jacket and Railway Station. . 

Red path and Tantallon 

Red\ ers and Railway Station . . . . 

Red vers and Ro.se Plain 

Redvers and St. Antoine 

Regina and Fairy Hill (R.R.). . . . 

Regina and Railway Station 

Regina and Street Letter Boxes. . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



do do 

do do 

Regina and Wascana 

Rennie and Catching Post 

Reston and Railway Station. . . . 
Richer and Ste. Anne des Chenes. 
Ridgeford and Taylorboro 

do do ...... 

Ridgeway and Railway Station . . 
Riding Mountain and Railway Sta 
Riding Mountain and Roskeen. . . 

Richot and St. Boniface 

Roblin and Railway Station 

Roblin and Tumbell 

Roblin and Zorra 

Rocanville and Railway Station. . 
Roche Percee and Railway Station 
Rokeby Station and Railway Sta . , 
Roland and Railway Station 
Rosebank and Railway Station . . 
Rosehill Station and Railway Sta 
Rosei.sle and Railway Station . . 

do do 

Rosenfeld and Railway Station. . 
Rosenort and Railway Station. . . 
Rcssendale and Railway Station.. 

Rosser and Railway Station 

Rcsthern and Railway Station. . . 
Rosthei-n and Tiefengrund 

do do 

Rosthern and Waldheini 

Rouleau and Railway Station 
Rountliwaite and Railway Station 
Routledge and Railway Station. . 

Royal and Railway Station 

Russell and Railway Station 

do do 

Russell and Shellmouth 

Russell and Snake Creek 

Ruther Glen and Railway Station. 



St. Adolphe, Glenlea and Royal. . . 
St. Adolphe and Railway Station, 
Ste. A ga the and Railway Station. 



(4. Beirnes 

J. B. M. Dunoon 

T. C. Forbes, 

G. Main 

J C. Buck , . 
A. McMillan 
R. Ferf<nson, 
E. DynionH. 
M. Bertrand, 
G. Mollard . 
W. Russell . 
do 



S. Walton 

G. E. Simonds 
W. Rowland. . 
L. W. Hart. . . 
W.H.McDougall 

.r. Hupe 

L. Liland 



80 yds. 
150 yds. 
150 yds. 

1 

B 

340 yds. 



A. J. Currie 
.1. Dun field . 
A. H. Scouten 
A. Dunlop. . 
S. J. St. Germain 
A. W. Forfar. 

H. Fox 

J. Hunter .... 
A. H. R. Bastien 
M. T. Knight. 
A. H. Walker 
W. H. Lowe.. 

A. H. Baker.. 
S. Rands .... 
K. Griffith . . 
W. C. Galbraith 
S. B. Acheson . . 

I. Harms 

J. Cook 

H. .r. Beachell.. 

W. Rempel 

J. J. Dyck 

P. Regier 

D. Neufeld 

S. R. Johnston. . 

J. Martin | | 

L. Lambourn . . . : 4 

O. Panas 1 5| 

B. Phillips I 

G. Wishart. .... | 

W. H. Allbrightj 14^ 

A. Newton • 15i 

R. A. Miller.... 100 yds. 



Woods & Lewis. 
V. Delorme . . . . 
P. Beaudoin. . . . 



cC.~ 

.12 
P 



23 



i 

13 

100 yds. 
IG 

10 
()2i 

4i S, 2i 

4i 
4i 
12 
300 yds. 

i 
7 
28 

28 
2 

1 

R 

7 
150 yds. 

8 
10 
400 yd.--. 
200 yds. 
140 yds. 






c w- 



2 

18 

12 

12 

6 

1 

12 

1 

1 

1 

46&44 

6 

1 

1 

1 

12 

12 

"2 



Period. 



months. 



& 26 days (from 
Oct. 6, '05) . . . 



trips. . . . 
months . 



1 111 



1 

2 

6 

1 

2 

46&12 

1 

1 

6 

14 

12 

12 

12 

6 

2 

12 

24 

2 

6 

12 

12 

1 

1 

2 

14 

6 & 12 

3 

2 

12 

12 

2 

1 

6 



and 11 days (to 
June 11, ''06).. 
dys. from .. 
months 



(to Apl. 30, '06.) 
(from Sept. 1, '05) 



(to Oct. 31, '05.) 
(to April 30, '06. ) 
from n 



Amount. 



and 28 dy.s. (from 
March 4, '06). . 



(to Sept. 30, '05.) 
from II 



(to Jan. 31, '06. 



1 Special trip 

12 months 

2 M (to Aug. 31, 



'05.: 



•$ cts. 

312 Oo 
234 00 
1.50 72 
156 00 
82 04 
143 00 
106 08 
145 00 
104 00 
405 00 
1,041 10 

172 50 

15 00 

9 75 

103 00 

42 12 
100 32 

80 00 

189 54 
18 00 

104 00 
78 00 
52 00 

150 00 

90 92 

66 66 

66 66 

78 24 

100 00 

156 48 

112 68 

86 00 

11 70 

43 33 
15 65 

135 44 

90 00 

20 52 
70 10 

310 08 
65 00 
70 00 

162 92 

91 00 
149 14 

31 20 
100 00 

78 25 
234 75 
320 00 
114 80 

49 35 



6 00 
65 00 
21 24 



MAIL TRANSPORT ATION— EI ANITOBA DI VIS/OX 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 




Ste. Agathe and Railway Station . . 
Ste. Annedes Clienes and Ry. Sta. . 
Ste. Anne des Clienes and St. Ray- 
mond 

St. Boniiace and Railway Station. . 
do do . . 

St. Boniface and Winnipeg 

St. Charle.-i and Winnipeg 



St. Claude and Railway Station . . . 
St. Jean Ba[)tiste and Railway Stn. 
St. Laurent and Railway Station . 



St. Leon and Somerset 

St. Malo and Railway Station. . . . 
St. Norbert and Bailway Station. . 

do do 

St. Ouens and Catching Post . . . . 

St. Vital and Winnipeg 

Saltcoats and Railw.iy Station. . . . 
Saltcoats and Stornoway . . . 

Sandilands and Railway Station . . 

Sapton and Tyndall . . 

Saskatoon ancl Railway Station . . 
Savanne and Railway Station.. '. . 
Savanne and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Seamo and Vestfold . 

Sedley and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Selkirk and East Selkirk Railway 

Station 

do do 

Selkirk and Railway Station 

Selkirk and Winnipeg 

Sewell and Railway Station 

Shanawan and Railway Station . . . 

Sheho and Railway Station 

Shenston andStratton Station. . . . 

Sliiperlay and St.irhnck 

Shoal Lake and Railway Station. . . 

Sidney and Railw ay Station 

Sifton and Railway Station 



Dorge . 
Hebert , 



W. Smith 

•T. T. Leveque 
E. (iregoire. . . 



do 

Alloway & Cham- 
pion 

E. L. Eayollat. . 

E. Comeault 

A. G. Hepworth 



P. Payette 

.T. Gladu. 

P. U. Morin . . 

0. Pirson 

H. A. Gibson. . 

J. Nisbet 

E. Bolton . . . 
V. Dures. . . . . 
P. W. Reimer. 
A. J. Peterson. 
A. Bowerman . 



F. J. Beddome . 

G. McAlpine.. . 

W. J. Mitchell. . 

A. M. Freeman . 

R. Irwin 

C. Becker .... 



(x. S. Dickinson 
Millidge Bros. . 
do . 

G. S. Dickinson 
J. McLean.. . . 
W. Ramsden . 
.T. T. Enright. 

.T. Potter 

A. Lesperance 
C. S. Castell . . 

T. Babb 

.1. Kennedy. . . 



160 



6i 

I 

i 
1 

k 
lil 
yds 

6h 



300 
300 



100 
275 



yds. 
yds. 

2f 



25S 
yds. 

yds. 



'' do 



do 



; Jones & Wood . 



Silver Mountain and Railway Stn. . 
Silver Plains and Railway Station. 
Sinclair Station and Railway Stn. . 
Sinclair Station and Spro\de. . . 
Sintatuta and Railway Station. 

Skafse and Viking 

Slate River Valley and Ry. Stn 
Sleeman and Railway Station.. 
Snowflake and Railway Station 
Solsgirth and Railway Station. 
Somerset and riailway Station . 
^iouris and Railway Station.. . . 



W. W. Wilson . 
W. Elliott . . . 

J. Milton 

W. D. Wilson.. 
D. J. Dutton . . . 
L. H. Kenepp . . 
A. W. Trewin . . 
(t. sleeman .... 

K. Shilson 

J. C. Anderson.. 
R.W.McMorrai 
J. F. Moore. . 



200 yds. 

'A 

13 

1 

H 

74 

4i 
.50 yds. 
125 yds. 



12 110 mos. from Aug. 31, '05 
12 12 ,. I 



2 

(! 
C 

18 

3 
12 
12 

4 

2 

C 

12 

12 

14 

9 



9 „ from Oct. 1, '05. 
14 days (to July H '05.). 

11 months & 17 dys. (from 

July 14, '05.).. 

12 , 



12 12 

1 !l2 

6 12 

1 12 

12 12 ■ 

12 I 9 

12 1 1 



12 I 1 

12 

6 I 8 
6 3 



28 
28&14 
() 

12 
12 

4 
2 
1 

12 

12 

II 



4 



12 

1 

21 

1 

2 

12 

4&6 

.12 

12&24 

24 



and 19 dys. (from 
Sept. 12, '05).. 



(tt) Ajn-il 30, '06) 
from IT 



(to Mar. 31, "06 . 
and 24 days (to 

May 24,''0li).. 
and 7 days (to 

June 30, 'Oli).. 

(to Feb. 2S, "0(1). 
(to May 31, 'Od). 

(to Aug. 31, '05). 
from ■. 



and 14 dav.s (to 
May 14, '00) . . 

and 17 dys. (from 
M.iy U, "Oli) . 

and arrears 



days (to July 16, '05). 

months 

,. (frou) June 1,'06) 
u and arrears 



•S cts. 
166 66 
206 58 

30 00 
2 96 

75 04 
438 00 

312 00 
93 90 
90 00 

68 26 

98 00 
216 66 

50 00 
10 00 

99 33 
60 00 

270 86 

127 00 

30.00 

52 00 

313 25 
117 50 

23 14 

15 86 
46 00 
72 80 
30 00 



and arrears. 



79 .50 


434 37 


78 24 


1,207 99 


60 00 


15 00 


52 00 


101 00 


70 00 


172 15 


90 76 


32 65 


4 83 


19 96 


30 00 


1.56 62 


110 00 


342 00 


21 52 


131 00 


5 21 


54 81 


120 44 


101 72 


359 07 



E-160 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—Conti7iued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



South Qu'Appelle and Railway Stn. 

Soutliey and Railway Station 

Sperling and Railway Station 

Sprague ,ind Railway Station 

Springside and Railway Station.. . . 

Springside anil White Sand 

Spy Hill and Tantallon 

Stanley and Railway Station 

do do .... 

Starbuck and Railway Station 

Star City and Railway Station 

Star City and Tisdale 

Starleig'li and Stornoway 

Steinbaeh and Railway Station . . . 
Stephenfield and Railway Station. . 
Stockholm and Railway Station . . . 
do do .... 

Stockton Station and Railway Stn. 
Stonewall and Railway Station. . . . 

Stonewall and Wavy Bank 

Stony Mountain and Railway Stn. . 

Stotigliton and Railway Station. . . . 

Stras.sburg Station and Railway 

Station 

Strathclair Station and Ry. Station 
Stratton Station and Ry. Station. . 
Siuiimerberry and Railway Station. 

Simnyslope and Three Hills 

Swan Lake and Railway Station. . . 
Swan River and Railway Station . . 
Swan River and Thunder Hill 

Tache Station and Railway Station 
Tantallon and Railway Station. . . . 

Tenby and Railway Station 

Teulon and I'leasant Home 

Teulon and Railway Station 

do do 

The Landing and West))0urne 

Theodore and Railway Station. . . . 

Thornhill and Railway Station 

Tisdale and Railway Station 

do do 



Togo and Railway Station 

do do ..... 

Treesbank and Railway Station. 
Treherne and Railway Station. . 
Turtle Mountain and Whitewater 
Tyndall and Railway Station . 

do do 

Tyvan and Railway Station .. . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W. L. Wait . . 

J. Ermel 

J. Smith 

J. W. Caldwell. 

F. H. W^illi.s... 
M. E. Harper . 
A. R.Miller... 
C. Neve 

G. Steen 

G. E. Dechene. 
W. Starkey .... 




B. Neil. 



C. A. .Fohnson. . 
K. R. Toews. . . . 

D. B. Campbell. 
H. C. Young... 

M. Kenney 

N. Falli.s 

J. Hall 

A. Waterer. . . . 

J. Gunn 

Felliani & Cor- 
nell 

Scliwardt Bros. 
& Mansfield , 

A. McLean 

J. J. Oster 

W. Linnell 

J. T. Davis 

J. S. Rice 

H. Harley 

R. Lyons 



Underbill and Railway Station . 
Underbill and West Hall ..... 
Union Point and Railway Station 



C. E. Kelly 

F. R. Shortreed 

T. J. Hare 

R. Martin 

G. B. Hughes 
,M. A. Martip 
C. Beckman . . 
A. C. Tracy . . 
.T. Peverelle . . 
A. H. Cmining 

ham 

Maikle & Pea 

cock 

G.Craig 

G. Painter .... 

R. Little 

P. Henselwood 

J. C. Ro.ss 

S. D. Morden. . 
N. Peterson . . . 
E. D. Bishop... 

■J. U. Johnson.. 
E. Weigh tman. 
I. Gratton ... 



9 

m 

50 yds. 
300 yds. 
300 vd.s. 
1 

12 
450 yds. 



500 yds. 

i 
12 

i 

18' 



i 
100 yds. 
17 

2t 
300 ydl 

■ i 

300 yds. 

300 yds. 

200 yds. 

200 yds. 

h 
1 

5 

G 
100 yds. 
100 yds. 
200 yds. 

80 yds. 
6 



1 il2 
G !l2 



4 


12 


G 


<) 


" G 


3 


12 


12 


12 


12 


2 


12 


12&l}s 


12 



G 12 



12 
6 
6&12 
1 

12 

12 
6 
4 

12 

4 

4 
4 
12 
12 
12 
3 
12 
12 



9 
12 
12 
12 

1 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
11 
12 
6 
6 
12 
12 
12 



and 17 days (from 
Sept. 14, '05).. 

15 days (to Sept. 
15, '"05) .... 



(to March 31, '06] 
from 1. 



(from Oct. 1, '05) 
(to July 31, ''0.5).' 



^from Aug. 1,'05) 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 



17 days (to Sept. 30, '05). 



mos. from n 

(to April 30, '06) 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 
from II 



6 12 

12 12 

2 12 

3 :i2 



Amount. 



!r! cts. 

3G2 11 
55 32 
67 OG 
59 26 
G2 40 
GO 00 

125 00 
90 00 
30 00 

10"J-55 

85 65 

.52 88 
G5 00 
369 34 
50 00 
58 68 

19 .56 
100 32 
139 03 

139 00 

2.55 71 

162 20 

55 32 
190 00 
156 00 
176 75 
8 33 
136 55 
246 00 
200 00 

25 00 
78 25 

58 32 
130 00 

62 80 
62 60 
234 00 
52 00 
93 90 

4 80 

72 76 
39 51 

20 86 
80 00 

140 G4 

1.56 00 
37 GO 
12 52 
80 78 

156 00 
100 GO 

59 28 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— MANITOBA DIVISION 



B-161 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route 



Valley River and Railway Station.. 
Valparaiso and Railway Station . . . 

Vassar and Railway Station. . . . 
Vaunder and Railway Station.. . . 

do do 

Veri^in and Railway Station. . . 
Vermillion Bay and Railway Stn 

Virden and Railway Station 

do do 

Virden and Wood worth 

Vonda and Railway Station 

Voasen and Railway Station . ... 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Wabigoon and Railway Station. . 

Wadena and Railway Station 

Wapella and Fairniede (Round 
Route) 



do 



do 



Wapella and Railway Station 

Warman and Railway Station C.N. 



do 



do 



C.P. 



R. Bailey 
G. E. Green. 



E. J. May.. 
N. McLean 



do 
V. A. Potapoff. 
J. S. Killam... 
M. B. Irwin . . 
A. Donahue . . 

W. Hill 

N. McLean . . . 
F. J. Vo.ssen . . 



Waskada and Railway -Station . . . . 

Wat.son and Railway Station 

Waiiehope and Railway Station.. . . 
Wawanesa and Railway Station . . . 
Well wood and Railway Station . . . 
Welwyn Station and Railway Stn. . 
do do . . 

Westbourne and Railway Station . 
Westwood and Railway Station.. . . 
Weyburn and Railway Station. . . . 
Wheatland and Radw:iy Station . . . 
Whitemouth and Railway Station. . 
Whitewater and Radway Station. . 
Wliitewood and Railway Station. . . 
Whytewold and Railway Station . . 

Wilcox and Catching Post 

Willow Range and Railway Stn.. . . 

Winkler and Railway Station 

Winnipeg and Railway Stations . . 

Winnipeg and Railway Station 

Transfers 

Winnipeg and Street Letter Boxes. 



Winnipeg and Sub Post Offices . . . 

Winnipeg Special Xmas Delivery. . 

Winnipeg Sorting Room and C.P. 

Mail Trains ' 



J. H. Creasor . . 
P. E. Vatusdal 

E. C. Pierce . . 

W. H. Birdsell . 

G. H. Morrison. 
J. E. Knipfel. . , 

do 

W. H. Hotharn . 
H. J. Vossen, jr. 
M. Quennelle. . . 
W. S. Foster. . , 
G. R. Black . . . . 
C. H. Dunville. . 
S. C. Fleury.... 

A. E. Snialley. . 

G. Brown 

W. H. Hunt.... 

G. Brown 

J. Monilaws . . . . 
W. Rolston 

B. Rogers 

B. Parr 



L. D. Sparling. 
A. B. Manning. 
J. Frie.sen . ... 
T. Peacock .... 



do 
M. Peebles . 



do 



J. Lightfoot. 
T. Peacock . . 



U 03 
a" 

.IS 

Q 



it 

14 ft. 
200 ft. 

200 ft. 
150 ft. 



h 
Hi 
200 ft. 
100 yds. 



.50 

50 

120 yds. 



100 yds. 
250 ft. 

i 
.300 yds 
200 yds. 
200 yds. 

i 
120 yds. 

120 yds 



800 ft. 

167 yds 
35 yds. 



i 
34», 103 
(fe2000 

ft. 



d ft. 



6 

2 

12 
6 

ia» 

6 

7 

12 

12 

1 

12 

4, 6& 

12.. 



Period. 



12 months. 



14 

4 

1 

1 

14&26 
6&12 



12 

6 
12 
12 
12 

6 

6 

6 
12 

6 
14 

6 
12 
12 
14&26 

6 

14 

12 

12 

60 & 

142 



12 



21&32 
21 



and 17 days (from 
Sept. 14, '05) 

and .30 days (to 

Mar. 31, '06).. 

(to Apr. 30, '00). 

(from Feb. 1, '06) 



(to Mar. 31, 
from .1 



'05). 



(from May 1, '06) 



Amount. 



and '.) days (to 
Mar. i», '00). 

and 22 days (from 
Mar. !>; '06) . . . 

and 17 days (from 
.Tan. 1.5, '06). . 

and 13 days (from 
Apr. 18, '06).. 



(from May 1, '06) 



(to July 31, '05). 
from I. 



(to May 31, '0( 
(from June 1,'06) 



and 16 days (to 
Oct. 10, '05). 



and 19 days (to 
Nov. 19," 'OS).. 



$ cts. 
78 00 

125 74 
15 00 

25 94 
13 00 
20 83 
39 99 

282 72 

101 55 

70 00 

26 J)8 

129 85 



365 00 
61 10 



160 55 



73 45 


238 99 


55 46 


50 90 


78 25 


52 00 


78 00 


172 06 


125 20 


6 25 


68 75 


281 70 


71 50 


328 .50 


6 50 


134 43 


103 29 


264 03 


9 18 


50 00 


104 00 


124 56 


5,613 02 


740 00 


3,141 07 


240 39 


350 00 



(from Nov. 1, '05)i 



544 50 



24— Bll 



B-162 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba Postal Division, 

itc. — Concludeil. 



Name of Route. 



Winnipeg Beach and Railway Stn.. 
Winnipeg Beach and Railway Stn.. 
Winnipegosis and Railway Station. 



Naine 

of 

Contractor. 



do 



do 



Wolseley and Railway Station . . . 
Wood Bay and Railway Station . 

Woodlands and Railway Station . 

Woodridge and RRilway Station. 
Woodside and Railway Station . 
Yellow Grass and Yorkton .... 
Yorkton and Railway Station . . . 



G. Ptrring . . . 
W-. Robinson . 
E. Hartniann. 

A. Stewart . 

W. Robinson . 
Mrs. M. Camp 

bell 

G. Broadfoot . 



J. Pelletier. . 
J. Sharp, sr. . 
P. Wilken . . 
J. McKen . . . 



a 


l.^ 










8»; 


H> 


B » 




csrs 


O t^ 


.£§ 


d P. 


Q 


^ 


125 yds. 


6 


12,') yds. 


6 


t:> 


4 


iV 


4 


4 


21&26 


2^ 


3 


2 


4 


100 yds. 


G&12 


14 


1 


1 


1-1 1 


h 


16 




3 nios. 

9 M 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 

from II 

and 15 days (to 

Mar. 15, '06). 
and 16days(from 

Mar. 1.5, '06) 



and 19 days (from 
Sept. 12, '05) 



Total 

Less amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund. 



Amount. 



% cts. 

7 80 
70 41 

58 11 

24 2.-) 
448 24 

156 00 

67 77 

76 67 

30 0(1 

255 50 

250 20 



136,125 53 

7 8!i 

l.'?6,117 64 






MAIL TRANSPORTATION— CALGARY DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-163 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



CALGARY POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all Payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, made 
within the Year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Agricoia and Strathcona . . 
Airdie and Railway Station. 

Alix and Lamertoii 

Alix and Railway Station.. . 

Alix and Red Willow 

Alix and Stewartwyn 

Alix .and Tren\ ille 

Andrew and Pakan 

Artliurvale and Milnerton. . 



Asker and Ponoka 

Athabasca Landing and Edmonton. 

Athabasca Landing and Fort Chip- 
ewyan 

Athabasca Landing and points on 
Athabasca, Slave and McKenzie 
Rivers 

Athabasca Landing and Peace River 
do do 



Baker and Railway Station. 
Baljennie and Ruddle 



Baljennie and Saskatoon 

Banff and Bankhead 

do do 

Banff and Railway Station 

Bardo and Logan.'. 

Bassano and Catching Post 

Bassano and Fieldholme 

Bathgate and Beaver Lake 

Bathgate and Fort Saskathev\an 

and Logan 

Battle Crf ek and Maple Creek. . . 

Battlefonl and Baljennie. . 

Battleford and .Jack Fish Lake. . . . 

BattUford and .function 

Bait eford and Lloydminster . . . . 

flo do 

Battleford and North Battleford. . . 



J. M. Brown... 

A. Bowers 

M. A. Jarvis. . 
J. W. Sims. . . . 
•J. W. Sims. . 
J. Sommerton 
J. C. Trenaman 
C. Henderson. . 
L. Stephenson . 

J. E. Krefting. 
G. E. MacLeod 

Hudsons Bay C( 



do 
J. K. Cornwall. 
C. Hutton .... 



R. Joyce 

J. H. Megaflin. 



do 
do 



do 
do 



Battleford and Roecliff . 
24-BlH 



J. E. Megatfin. 

D. C. Baynes. . 
Brewster Bros. 
A. S. Marsh . . . 

W. Rowland, jr 
R. H. Struthers 

G. S. Field 

F. G. Walker. 

S. Hanson . . . . 

E. Parsonage.. . 
Kissack Bros. . 
T. D. Duhaime. 
Hepburn Bros. 
E. Hamilton. . . 

W. Jones 

Hepburn Bros. 

J Dandelin . . . . 

Dandelin and 
Bower.s, . . . 

W. E. Water- 
house. . . . . . . 



.2^ 




i 


12"" 


12 


9 


2 


12 


100 yds. 


G 


2 


42 


1 


2 


34 


i 


2 


31 


1 


2 


12 


1 


12 






19 
105 

400 



555 
300 
300 



G4 
5h, 

5h 
1 

14i 

30 
10 

54, 45 

46 

25 

32i 

i) 

100 

100 

4 

4 

4 

12 



20i 



1 

mt'ly. 
mt'ly. 



12 
1 

1 

7 

28, 14, 
28.. 
1 
7 

2 p.m. 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 

24, 6 



1 



12 months 



(from May 1, 'OG) 



10 



2G dys.(fromAuji 
G,''05) 



One trip. 



Two trips 

2 mos. (to Aug. 31, '05) 
10 .1 from II 



12 „ 

4 II 21 dys.(from Feb 

8, 'OG) 

One trip 

2 mos. (to Aug. 31, '05)i 

10 II from II 

12 M 

12 I, 

12 

2 II (from May 1, '06) 

5 11 and 10 dys. (to 

June 10, 'OG) . . 
20 days (from Junel0,'05) 

12 months . . 

One trip 

12 months 

4 trips 

51 trips 

27 trips 

6 mos. and 25 dys. (to 

AprilG, ''Ofi) . 
1 II and8dys.(to May 

lii, 'b('>) 

1 II and 10 dys. (from 

May ill, '00).. 

11 11 and 1.5 dys. (to 

June is; '06).. 



$ cts. 

416 00 

156 00 

150 00 

23 33 

70 00 

52 00 

83 16 

127 40 

81 19 

116 00 

1,200 00 

4 05 



140 36 

250 00 

1,2.50 00 

1 00 

89 00 

30 00 

78 00 

200 00 

386 37 

24G 50 

48 65 

20 83 

57 85 

63 06 
300 00 

18 00 
286 00 

15 00 

1,360 00 

820 00 

302 60 

145 00 

189 00 

95 87 



B -164 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. '.907 



APPENDIX B-Oontinucd. 



Dltail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Battleford and Saskatoon T. Dewar 



do do 

Battleford and Swallraore 

Battleford and Wardensville 

Battle Kiver and Lewisville 

Bayard and Railway Station 

Baynes Lake and Railway Station.. 

Beaumont and EUerslie 

Beaver and Railway Station ... 
Beaver Hills and Fort Saskatchewan 
Beaver Lake to Fort Saskatchewan 
and Fort Saskatchewan to Logan. 

Beaver Lake and Kolomea 

Beaver Lake and Krakow 

Belvedere and Riviere Qui Barre. . . 

do do 

Bismark and Fairy Bank 



G. Mitchell . . . . 

do 

W. A. Murphy. 
F. M. Walker . , 

F. P. Davis 

E. Dilse 

E. Bonin 

R. H. McLeod. 
(I. Doze 



Bismark and Ferry Bank 

Bitten Lake and New Sarepta 

Bittern Lake and Rosenroll 

Bittern Lake Railway Station . . . . 
Blackfalds and Railway Station. . . , 
Blackfoot Hills and Railway Station 
B^airmore and Railway Station. . . . 

Blumeiian and Dora 

Bon Accord and Namao 

Bonnie Glen and Millet 

Borden and Hakyonia 

Borden and Lovell 



Borden and Railway Station. 

Bowden and Mountain House. 

Bowden and Railway Station . 

do do 



B. 

J. 

H. 

E. 

F. 

Bow Island and Catching Post J. 

Br.int and Hickshurg (i. 

Brant and High Ri\er W 

Breage anu Lloydininster. . H. 



Bowell and Catching Post. 



S. Hanson . . . 

P. Svarich 

V. Olsrewski. , 
R. Telfer 



R. Dnnlop. 



W. J. Earl.. . . 

C. R. Kirk. .. 

M. Thompson. 
E. C. Roper. . 

do . 
W. Waghorn . 
(i. Truscott. .. 
H. K. Lyon. . . 
W. A Khunroth 
T. A. Mulligan. 
R. Shepiiard. . . 

D. Macpherson.. 

do 



do 



do 



Bresaylor and Railway Station . . . 

do do . . . . 

do do . . . . 

do do ... 

Briercrest and Drink water. . . 

Brook and Point on Lacombe and 

Lanierton Trail. . . 

Brook's Station and I'ailwav Stn . . 



Clark 

A. Caldwell. 
E. Shenfield 
A Shenfield 
C. Woollson.. 

W. Hopkins.. 

Hicks 

. B Paiker. . 

Buwtell 

.T. Paling.... 

Taylor 

Taylor 

do 

Taylor . . 
T. Jacques. . . 

B. Bellhouse.. 
M. Crooker.. 



.IS 
Q 



89 

89 
41 
50, 04, 09 

9 

100 yds. 
1 

i 

10 

44, 45 
10 
13 
35 

35 



15 
6 

275 yds 

100 ft. 
18 
12 
20 
12 
4 



19 

100 yds 
100 yds 
300 yds 



20 
42 

42 

6 

6 

10 



t^ 



1^ 



4, 1 

1 
1 
1 
2 

3 
3 
2 

2 

1, 1 

f't'l'y. 
1 
1 

1 



300 yds. 



14 



mos. and 22 dys. (to 

Jan. 22, '00) . . 
12 dys. (to Feb. 3, '00.).. 

1 mos. (from June 1, '00) 



Period. 



(to May 31, '00) 
(fromApril 1,'06) 
(to Mar. 31, '00) 



(to Sept. 30, '05) 



days (to June 10, '06).. 
months 



and 7dys.(toMav 

7) ■; 

and 24 dys. (from 
May 7) 

and 23 dys. (to 
Nov. 23, '00) 

and 7 dvs. (from 
Nov. 23, '06). 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 

from 11 



(from A pi. 1, '06) 
(to"Feb!'28,"'06) 



12 



(from Aug. 1,'05) 
(from June 1, '06) 
and 24 dys (to 

May 31, '00) 
and 27 dys. (from 

Mar. .5, '06). 
and 17 dys. (from 

Dec. 15, '05) 
and 10 dys. (to 

Apl. 10,''00). 
and 20 dys. (from 

Ai)l. 10, '00) 
and 10 dys. (from 

Nov. 15, '05). 



„ (from Feb. 1, '00) 

II and 11 dys. (to 

Jan. 11, '06). 

II and 20 dys. i 

Feb. 28, ''00) 

„ (to Ai)l. 30. '(10) 

,. (to May 31, '00) 

days (to June 21, '00) 

days from n 



9 „ (to Mar. 31, "00 

12 „ 



Amount. 



•S cts. 

2,840 43 

90 00 
, 40 00 

600 31 
40 25 
37 50 
78 00 

139 00 
24 09 

143 00 

26 72 

50 00 

104 00 

212 91 

37 09 

23 80 

30 20 
104 00 

93 75 

31 72 
150 50 

78 00 
109 99 

06 66 

150 00 

160 41 

8 66 

21 22 

48 75 

56 80 
97 20 

32 03 

57 27 

91 24 
31 25 

232 00 

262 09 

120 00 
50 00 

94 50 
10 50 

4 00 
75 00 

66 
50 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION-CALGARY DIVISION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-165 



APPENDIX B—Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

. &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Brosseau and Saddle Lake 

do do 

Brosseau and Vegreville 

Bruederheim and Railway Station 

Buford and Calmar 

BullocUsville and Coal Banks 

Bullock.sville and Evving 

Burnt Lake and Solheima 



Oalgaiy and .Jumping Pond . 
do do 



Name 

of 

Concractor. 



Calgary and Millarville 

Calgary and Railway Station . 



Calgary and Rocky View 

Calgary and Street Letter Boxes, 
do do 



do 



(Arlington Hotel) 



Calmar and Tel ford ville . . . 
Camrose and Heather Brae. 
Cami'ose and Pretty Hill . . . 



Camrose and Railway Station . . 
Camrose and Vermillion Valley . 
Camrose and Viking 



Camrose and Wavy Lake . 



Canmore and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Canyon and Lacombe 

Carbon and Carstairs 

Carbonado and Railway Station 

do do 

Cardston and Mountain View . . 
Cardston and Railway Station . 

do do 

do do . . 
Cardston and Taylorville 

do do 

Caron and Lake Valley 



Cai'on and Railway Station 

Carstairs and .Tackville 

Carstairs and Railway Station . . 

Cayley and Railway Station 

Cheadle and Railway Station, . . 

Chester wold and Ponoka 

Chigwell and Haynes 

Chigwell and Railway Station.. . 
Chigwell and Valley City 



A. Grey 

E. Brosseau. . 
M. (i. Duquette. 
A. Lentz.. 
I. Helgren . . . 
W. B. Gray. 
L. Haney. . . . 
S. Johnson . . 



J. R. Dyer.. 
J. Bateman. 

R. Gillespie. 
M. Gainor . . 



■J. Redmond 
W. N. (Jibson 
M. Gainor 



H. E. Lambert.. 



•T. E. Sin.ith 
J. Miller.... 
O. Olson.. 



H. Foucare. . . . 
A. H. Sherwin. 
L. Kenepp .... 

A. H. Sherwin. 

E. Buxton .... 

J. Carroll 



F. A. Cull . 
R. D. Curdy . 

W. Hazzard . 

S. Wilkinson , 

L. L. Follett. 

do 

r. Austin 

W. O. Lee... 
M. A. Lowry , 
A. Neilsen. . . . 
J. A. Clarke . 

W. Robinson . 
J. A. Heal.... 
A. R. .Shantz. 

G. W. Wickens 
F. Belwer .... 
P. A. Cooper. 
R. A. Read. . . 

do 
do 






15 
1.5 
36 

.3 

lOi 
8' 

23 
5 



25 
25, 28 

28 

1 

4 

10 

i 

10 

912 yds. 

14 

19 
9 

200 yds. 

57 
71, 71i, 

724 
40, 44" 

10 
108 

5 

5 

514 

i 

i 
i 

18 
18 
17 



12 

500 yds. 

100 yds. 
24 
14 

100 yds. 
7 






f't'l'y 
f'tTy 
1 
G 
1 
1 
1 
2 



1 
1 

1 

52, 38, 
50, 64 
2 
20 
once& 
twice 
daily. 

14 

1 

2 
1 

6 
1 
1 

1 

14 

14 

1 
1 

7 
7 
2 
6 
6 
G 
2 
2 
1 



Period. 



10 mos. (to Aol. .SO, '06) 
] t, (to May 31, '06) 
1 „ (from .Tune 1. '06) 
3 n (from Api. 1, '06) 

12 

10 

10 

12 



days (to .July 15, '05). 
mos. and 16 dvs (from 
July 15, '05)... 



(from .Jan. 1, '0(>) 

and 16 dys (to 

Nov. IG, '05) . . 

and 14 dys (from 
Nov. 16, '05).. 

and 12 dys (to 
Nov. 16, '05) . . 



14 12 

1 10 

12, 24 ;12 

12 12 

2 

2 

1 

6 

2 



(from Apl. 1, 'OG) 
and 15 days (from 

Sept. IG, '05). 
(from Apl. 1, '06) 
(from .Tune 1,'06) 
(to May 31, '06) 

8 ir and 7 days (from 

Oct. 25, '05). 

1 u and 11 days (to 

Ang. 11, '05). . 

10 II and 20 days (from 

Aug. 11, '05). . 

12 „ 

6 II and 1 day (to 
Jan. 31, '06) . . 

9 II (to Mar. 31, '06) 
18 days (to April 18, OG). 
12 months 

6 .1 (to Dec. 31, '05). 

3 >i (to Mar. 31, '06) 

3 II from II 

9 ,1 (to Mar. 31, '06) 

3 II from II 

10 ,1 and 30 days (to 
May 30, '06) . . 

(from Sept. L'ob) 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

66 00 
6 00 
22 00 
.39 54 
78 00 
83 33 
133 33 
52 00 



8 75 

244 41 
200 00 

1,036 03 
50 00 



(from May 1, '06)1 



45 33 



104 26 

8 73 

284 99 

75 00 

41 12 

39 00 

35 41 

441 97 



192 52 

40 40 

313 60 
104 00 

361 30 
262 .50 

18 54 
624 00 

82 33 

60 00 

61 03 
194 25 

55 00 

114 58 
138 70 

43 33 
141 52 

50 00 

40 00 
225 00 

15 16 
7 95 

13 00 



B-166 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B~Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Chipman and Railway Station. . . . 

Claresholm and Elinor 

Claresholni and Lyndon 

Claresholm and Meadow Creek . . . 

Claresholm and New Oxley 

Claresholm and Railway Station . . 
do do 

Coal Banks and Trenville 

Coal Creek and Fernie 

Cochrane and Dog Pound 



Cochrane and Lochend 

Cochrane and Railway Station . . 
Coleman and Railway Station . . . 

Coleridge and Catching Post 

Conjuring Creek and Leduc 

Cooking Lake and Strathcona . . 

Coutts and Railway Station 

Cowley and Livingston 

Cowley and Railway Station. . . . 

Craig and Markerville 

Craig and West Bridgeford. . . 

Cranbrook and Golden ... 

Cranbrook and Railway Station 

(C.N.P.) 

Cranbrook and Railway Stati:>n 

iN.S.) 

Crane Lake and Railway Station. 

do do 
Creston and Railway Station. . . . 
d ) do ... 
Cro.sofield and R,ailway Station . 
Crowfoot and Catching Post. . . 
Crows Nest and Catching Post. . 
Cut Bank and Leavings 



Delisle and Gladys 

Delnorte and Railway Station 



Delisle and Viking L. 

Denbolni and Railway Station . . . . C 

De Winton and Gladys H 

De Winton and Railway Station. 

Didsbury and Carbon C 

Didsbury and Kansas S. 

Didsbury and Neapolis H 

Didsbury and Railway Station. . . D. 

Dinton and Gladys I. 

Dinwoodie and Gilpin R. 

Dinwoodie and Mannville J. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Kirkpatrick. . 

D. Wendelboe. . 
W. A. Lyndon. . 
J. .J. Duck . . 

F. Elliott & Co. 
W. Moffat 

G. Simpson 

.T. C. Trenaman. 
H. J. Johnson . . 
A. Dalgleish & 

A. R. McKay. 
A. Dalgleish . . . . 

C. W. Fisher . . . 
H. Cameron . . . . 
R. McEwen 

E. Walton 

D. Morehouse. . 

H. Tennant 

H. R. Parker... 
J. E. Davison. . . 
J. O. .Johnson . 

A. Bryan 

K. Kimpton . . . 

G. C. Be.attie . . . 

R. E. Beattie. .. 

S. W. Dean 

M. J. Merrihew. 

F. G. Little 

W.H. Crawford. 
J. A. Sutherland. 
W. H. Palmer., 

A. Good 

F. Garrow . . . 



C. Ple»ter . . 
J. J. Norria. 



Dinwoodie and Vegreville 

Dinwoodie and Poulin 

Dinwoodie and Railway Station. . 

Dora and Stettler 

Dorenlee and Edberg .. *~. 

Duhamel and Wetaskiwin 



H. Kenepp . . 

Fausett 

McNeill 

do . ... 
A. Robertson. 
Hohnquist . . . 

Metcalfe 

S. Shantz. . . . 
Lay croft 

Dinwoodie. . . 
F. Kerr. ... 



R. Dinwoodie. 

do 
G. Walz 



W. A. Klamroth, 

(i. Brandt 

J. D. Cowan .. . . 



185 yds. 

15 

15 

12 

5 

133 yds. 
133 yds. 
13 
5 

22 
15 

i 
250 yds. 
1 
s 
22 
22 
k 
18 
100 yds. 
8 
34 
175 

i 

i 

10 yds. 

10 yds. 

200 ft. 

200 ft. 

150 yds. 

200 ft. 

235 yds. 

5 



18 



22 

186 ft. 
17 



114 
11 
15 

i 
9 
18 
33 



14 
14 
3 m., 150 
yds 
21 
19 
38 



o a 



6 
1 
1 
2 
2 
12 
12 
1 
f) 

1 

1 

H 

14 

3 

2 

1 

6 

8 

14 

1 

1 

1 

14 

C, 12 

14 

14 

12 

12 

12 

7 

7 

1 



2 
6 

1 
6 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
12,24 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
G 

1 

2 
2 



Period. 



Amount. 



2 mos. (from Mayl, '06)1 
12 n 

12 n 

12 M 

12 M 

9 .. (to Mar. 31, '06) 

3 II from M 

6 11 (to Apl. 30, '06).. 

12 I, 

12 II 

12 ,1 

12 I 

12 I. 

12 II 

12 It 

11 I. (from Aug. 1,'05) 

12 II 

12 .1 

12 

11 ,1 (from Aug. 1,'05) 
5 .1 (from Feb. 1, '06) 

12 I, 

12 , 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 

(to .July 31, '05) 
from II 



(to Mar. 31, '06). 



(from May 1, '06) 
and H days (from 
May 21, '06) .. 
(from June 1,'06) 
(from Apl. 1, '06) 



(from Feb. 1, '06) 

(to Mar! 31,' '06^ 

(to Jan. 31, '06). 
(to May 31, '06). 
and 20 days (to 
May 30, '06) . . 
(to May 31, '06) 
from II 

(from June 1,'06) 

(to Mar. 31, '06) 

(toiviar. 31, '06)'. 



$ cts. 
795 
130 0" 
250 0^ 
312 OX 
169 0° 
117 0" 
39 OO 

64 99 
310 OO 

223 00 
156 00 
250 00 
360 00 

65 00 
345 00 

95 33 

37 63 

312 00 

182 62 

44 84 

62 50 

3,000 00 

3!50 00 

81 50 
12 50 

12 50 

13 04 
143 50 
115 20 

52 50 
.50 00 
65 00 



67 15 

2 25 

12 91 
19 50 

312 00 
160 40 
215 27 
1.5H 00 

48 99 
180 50 

49 58 
183 33 

226 28 

124 25 

28 16 

10 25 

13 34 

180 00 
855 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— CALGARY DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-167 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c.— Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Eagle Butte and Medicine Hat 
Eagfle Creek and Saskatoon . . . 

Eagle Creek and Wheattields . . 

Earling and Scona 

Earlville and Ponoka 

East End and Maple Creek .... 



do do 

East End and South Fork 

East View and Pasqua 

Eckville and Evarts 

Edberg and Levvisville 

Edensville and Meeting Creek .... 

do do 

Edison and Pembina 

Edison and Waiigli's Settlement . . , 
Edmonton and Fort Sa.skatchewan, 

Edmonton and Lac la Biche 

Edmonton and New Lunnon 

Edmonton and Railway Stations. . , 

Edmonton and St. Albert 

Edmonton and Stony Plain 

Edward and Pakan 

Elkmouth and Railway 

Elk and Railway Station 

Elk Prairie and Michel 

do do 

Elk water and Irvine 

Elkwater and Strathmartin 

Ellerslie and Railway Station 

Emmaville and Onion Lake 

Evarts and Red Deer 

do do 

Ewelme and Stand Off 

Ewing and Stewartwyn 

Eyebrow Hill and Mortlach 



do 



do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Falun and Wetaskiwin 

do ■ do 

Feniie and Railway Station (C. P.) 
do do (G.N.) 

Field and Railway Station 

Fielding and Railway Station 

Foreman and Red Willow 

Forres and Catching Post 

do do 

Fort Saskatchewan & L'Amoureux. 
do and Logan . . . . \ 

do and Vegreville. . / 

do Logan and Poulin . 

do and Partridge Hill 

do and Railway St'n. 

do and Saddle Lake. . 

Fort Steele and Fort'Steele Junct'n 



H. C. Cooper.. . . 
J. McKee 



A. A. Ashley . 
O. Felstrom'. . 

E. A. Heath . . 
Mutrie & New- 
bury.. _ 

W. Mutrie 

•7. W. E. Axton. 

J. Johnson 

X. R. Koski 

A. W. Erickson. 

H. Ellef.-on 

H. M. Korstad.. 

F. Beanchamp . . 

J. A. Knox 

C. F. Stewart. . . 
Hudson's Bay Co 
.7. Oliver 

E. Acton 

L. Levasseur. . . . 

F. Fisher 

E. Anderson .... 
H. H. Ross 

E. B. Holbrook. 
J. Connor . . . . 

F. Harmer.. . . 
W. .1. Harris... 

C. Mudie 

MrsD. V.Walker 
L. G. Lovell. . 
O.M.Forham . 
.7. H.Robinson 
J. .7. Radford 
L. M. Haney. 
J. Bell 



E. B. Sheldin. 



O. Frykberg. . . . 
G. G. Forssell.. 
H. J. Johnson. . 
do 

C. Wyckoff 

P. E. Keefer... 

E. R. Foreman.. 

P. Watson 

W. Watson .... 
AW M.Campbell 

S. Hanson 

S. Hanson 

P. Rye 

A WM. Campbell 
C. F. Stewart . . . 
A. Doyle 



.S^ 



43 
37 

20 
10 
15 



59 




59 




12 




94 




m 




17 




6 




6 




12 




22,31 




19 


6 


176 


2 


234 


2 


m 


12,24 


10 


3 


25 


2 


16 


fthly. 


100 yds. 


6 


750 yds. 


6 


13 


] 


13 


1 


23 


1 


8 


1 


tV 


4 


42 


t.n. 


224 


2 


224 


2 


10 


1 


10 


1 


16 


1 



16 



o — 
2^ 



1 

1 

14 

6 

14,28 

6 

1 

7 
7 
1 

1&] 

l&l 

1 
12 

1 
14 



Period. 



12 months. . 

4 11 and 21 days (from 

Feb. 8, '06) . . . 

12 

10 11 (from Sept. 1,'05) 
12 



6 

6 
12 
12 

7 
12 

6 

6 

1 
12 
12 
2 trips 
12 nion 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

6 

6 
12 

6 
12 
12 

2 
10 
12 
10 

9 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from M 



(from Dec. 1, '0.5) 

(to be.^ 31, '05') 
from 11 

(from .Tune 1, 'Oti) 



ths . 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from M 



(from Jan. 1, '00) 



(to Aug. 31, "05} 
from 1. 



(to .4pril 30, '00). . 
and 12 d. (to April 

12, '06) 

and 18 days (from 

Apl. 12, 'O(i).. 



(to March 31, 'OG) 
from 11 

27 d. (from Mar. 
5, "06) 

(to Nov. 30, '05). . 

(to Dec. 31, '05).. 

from " 

(from June 1, "0()) 
;iod.(toMch. 31, 
t'Ofi) 

(to May 31, '06).. 

(from April 1, '00) 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
350 00 

210 00 

352 50 

65 00 

150 00 

250 00 

250 00 

200 00 

80 00 

53 96 

273 00 

25 00 

40 00 

8 16 

204 53 

525 00 

90 00 

307 50 

1,112 15 

312 00 

275 00 

111 00 

52 00 

14!) 99 

78 00 

78 00 

245 08 

.52 00 

52 25 

182 00 

78 00 

333 33 

100 00 

67 41 

133 10 

28 00 



07 50 

37 50 

233 24 

225 00 

147 98 

40 62 
31 26 
25 00 
25 00 
3 25 

817 78 

191 29 
52 00 
117 00 
900 00 
600 00 



B-168 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



APPENDIX B~Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Conti actor. 



Fort Vermilion and Peace River 

Crossing 

Frank and Lille 

Frank and Railway Station 

Friesen and Herbert 



C. Colbrook . . . . 
W.Can.Col.Ltd, 
A. V . Lang . . . . 
J. Harms. 



Gataway B.C. & Gateway, Montana J. D. Gordon. 
Gataway B.C. and Railway Station' do 

Gladys and Mossleigh D. Donovan . . . 

~ " D. B. McNeill, 

do 
D. C. Wishart. 
C A. Warren . 



Gleichen and Railway Station 

do do 

Gleichen and Rosebud Creek . 
Golden and Railway Station. 

Graburn and Walsh C. Briggs. 

Gras.sy Lake and Railway Station. . ! A. Galger 
Gull Lake and Railway Station. . . . jS. A. Peiinouk. 

Gully and Stringer 1 W. Stringer 

Gwynne and Railway Station E. Yoemard. 



Harmattan and iSIound 

Harmattan and Olds 

Harmattan and We.stward Ho. ... 
Hastings Coulee and Spring Lake. 
Heather ]5rae and Wetaskiwin . . 
HeatheT Brae and Youngtown .... 

Herbert and Catching Post 

Herbert and Lol)ethal 

Herbert and Log Valley 

High River and Pekisko 

High River and Railway Station. 

High River and Tongue Creek 

Hdlsdown and Red Deer. 

do do 

Holrastown and Youngstown .... 
Horse Hills and Railway Station . 
Hurrv and Vegreville 



L. W. Fifield. 



Independence and Riviere qui Barre 

Inga and Stony Plain 

Ingleton and Stettler 

Innisfail and Markerville 

Innisfail and Milnerton 

do do 

Innisfail and Railway Station 

lowalta and Morningside 

Irvine and Catching Post 

Irvine and Marwayne 

Island Lake and Railway Station 
Island Lake and Vermillion 



Jaffray and Railway Station. . 
Kananaskis and Catching Post , 



K. Grove . . 
D. Cowan . . 
8. Rees. . . 
M. Klassen 
Harms. . . 
Church .... 

Lane 

Limoges.. . 
M. Mcintosh 
O'Connor. . 
T. Rowell.. 
H. Leidholm 
G. Forster . . 
G. Harlan.. . 



J. Shoveller . . 

F. Sich 

J. Young 

B. Ste|)henson. 
A. B. Lee ... 

H. A. Malcolm 
N. W. Stiles... 
T. C. King... 
W. J. Harris . . 
F. Marfleet. .. 

E. Elliott 

H. Bowtell 



G. A. Leitth 
J. Walker . . 




100 yds. 



35 
400 yds. 




18i, 



301 



42 



334vds. 

10 
1.50yds. 

10 



350yds. 
100yds. 



n nios. (from Oct. 1, '05) 
5 „ (from Feb. 1, '06). 

12 

11 II and 14 d. (to June 
14, 'O(J) 



1 12 

6 il2 
14 12 



(from Feb. 1, '06). 
(to Dec. 31, '05).. 
from M 

and 28 d. (from 
Aug. 4, '05) 



(from June 1,'06.) 



1 jl2 

12 12 



12 , 

12 ,. 

12 M 

12 „ 

9 „ (to Mar. 31, '06).. 

12 M 

12 n 

16 days (from Junel.5,'06) 

12 mos 

12 , 

12 ,. 

12 ■„ 

11 n (to May 31, '06).. 

1 M from II 

2 II (from May 1, '06). 
1 ,1 (from June 1, '06). 
1 II (from June 1, '06). 



(from April 1, '06) 

and 21d. (to Mar. 

31, '06) 

from 11 

(from Jan. 1, '06). 

(from Junel, '06). 

and 17 d. (to May 

31, '06) 



Amount. 



8 cts. 

1,200 00 

83 33 

153 22 

71 70 

78 50 
39 00 
80 16 

125 00 
62 50 

199 00 

268 58 
150 00 
45 00 
50 00 
50 00 
12 74 



95 00 

191 95 

50 00 

140 00 

258 75 

434 00 

100 00 

4 40 

239 16 

175 OO 

120 42 

130 94 

68 75 

7 83 

23 83 

13 00 

15 83 



83 99 
60 00 

•84 50 
199 40 
255 43 

100 00 
325 88 

05 00 
140 84 

50 00 
6 .50 

84 00 
70 00 



45 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION-CALGARY DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-169 



APPENDIX B~Continued. 

?.^i!.TAiL of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Namo 

of 

Contractor. 



Keelerville and Mortlach 

Kinilierley and Railway Station 
KingsN ille and Catching Post . . 
Kitclii ner and Railway Station . 



Lac la Biche and Fore McPherson . 

Lac la Biche and iSaddle Lake 

Laconibeand Lanieiton 

Lacoinbe and Railway Station 

Laconibe and Red Willow 

do do 



iW. r. Fowle. 

W. Clayton. 
|M. B. King . 
.1. Mar-shall . . 



49 

3.3.5yds. 
100yds. 
200'yds. 



do do 

Laconibeand Renil)py 

Lac Ste. Anne and Onoway . . . 
Lac Ste. Anne and Stony Plain 
Lajrgan and Railway Station. . . 
Lake Park and Osier 

do do 

LamertoTi and Whitebrush .... 

Lauiont and Paynton 

Lamoureux and Sturgeonville. . 
Langdon and Railway Station. 
Langevin and Railway Station. 

do do 
Langhan and Park 

Langhan and Railway Station 

Lashburn and Railway Station 

Lauraville and Catching Post. 



Leavings and Railway Station . . . 

Leavings and Rocky Coulee 

Leavings and Round Up 

Le iuc and Railway Station 

Legal and Morinviile 

Lethbridge and Railway Stations. . 

Lewisville and Wetaskiwin 

Lineham and Okotoks 

Lloydniinster and Onion Lake 

Lloydniinster and Railway Station 
do do 

do do 

Lloydinin.^ter and Sayers 

do do 

Lloydniinstei' and Vermilion 

Loganton and Saskatoon 

Lundbreek and Railway Station . . . 



Macleod and Railway Station., 

Macleod and Spring Point 

Macleod and Stand Off . ., 

Magrath and Railway Station., 



H. B. Company. 1855 

T. Huppe 80&90 

Tice and Fortune 33 

M. .T. Burris ' ,',„ 

J. Young 77 

Stonehouse and 

Mount I 77 

A. Murphy 77 

A. R. Coverdalei 36 
P. Larocque. . . .| 12 
H. H. Akins. ... 30, 41 
Mrs. E. Evans . . ' 300yds. 
J. F. Reimer ...t 14 



C. C. Janzen. . . i 
VV. R. Williams 

J. Rea I 

H. E. Rudd .... 
R. Cowan . I 

A. McNab 

L. Enright | 

F. J. Penner. . . 



14 

20 

35 

9 

i 

2yd°s. 

2yds. 

12 



A. C. Adanison . ' 200yds. 
A. B. Klonibin. 150yds. 



T. Legge 



J. F. McDougall 

A. Russell 

R. Baiid 

R. T. Telford . . . 

.1. Honle 

Fi.V.M. Stewart 
J. H. Meade.... 
H. Bescoby . . . . 
L. G. Lovell... 
N. C. Lyster .... 
W. J. Brigham . 
W.R.Thotnpson. 
G. W. Miller. . 
E. Hamilton 
E. J. Paling. .. 
W. J. Russell. . . 
H. H. Rogers... 



W. J. Davis . 
•J. M. Bratton. 
G. Pearson.. . . 
A. Mercier.. . . 



500yds. 

100yds. 
14 
13 

1 

5 

12 

17" 
23 

35 

150 yds, 
150 yds, 
150 yds, 
42 
42 
46 
35 

4 



2 

27h 

18" 









G 
14 
12 



r. t, 
f. n 

2 
12, 30 

1 



1 
2 
1 

1 

28, 14 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
4, 12 
3 
3 
2 

6, 12 



6 

1 
2 

12 
1 
20, () 
2 
] 
1 

12 

12 

12 
2 
2 
1 
1 

14 



26 
1 
1 
6 



Period. 



1 mos. and Id. (from May 

31, '06) 

12 

16 days (from June 15, '06) 
12 months 



1 special trip 

12 months 

10 H (to April 30, '06).. 
12 



and ]8d. (to Feb. 

18, '06) 

and 10 days (to 

Mar. 31, '06).... 
(to April 30, "00).. 



Amount. 



and 11 d. (to Aug. 

11, '05) 

20 .. from m 



12 months and arrears. 



(from .Tune 1, '06) 



(to Sept. 30, '05).. 

from M 

and 14d. (to .Tan.! 

14, '06 

anfl 17 days (from 

Jan. 14, '06). ... 
and 17 d. (from 

May 15, '06).... 
and 19 d. (to May I 

31, '06) 



10 

12 

16 days (from June 1.5, '06) 

12 months 

12 „ 

12 n 

12 „ 

3 „ (from Apl. 1, '06) 

12 „ 

12 

2 M 

2 „ 

1 11 (fron) .June 1,'06) 

4 trips 

9 „ 

5 u 

12 months 

3 M (from Apl. 1, '06) 



(Less fines). 



$ cts. 

40 80 

81 .50 

04 

60 00 



800 00 
368 50 
623 00 
260 09 

562 32 

120 00 
94 00 
.500 00 
100 00 
450 89 
108 20 

17 80 

21 19 
305 52 

33 33 

100 00 

253 74 

7 50 

22 50 

116 11 
39 93 
20 50 

27 67 

62 56 
5 05 
208 00 
156 50 
101) 00 
494 00 

75 00 

163 00 

295 00 

1 00 

102 00 

19 16 

81 00 
135 00 

90 00 
420 00 

45 50 



481 16 
265 00 
200 00 
156 50 



B-i70 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B—Coniinued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Mannville and Railway Station. . . 

Mannville and Saltaux 

Maple Creek and Railway Station 



do 
Markerville and Raven 



do 



Marlborough and Moose Jaw .... 

Martins and Vegreville 

Mary'sville and Railway Station. 
Maynioiint and New Ottawa. 

Mayniount and Railway Station. 

Mayook and Catohinf,' Po.st 

Mayton and Olds 

Medicine Hat and Railway Stn. . 

Medicine Hat and Steerford ... 
Michel and Railway Station. . . 
Midnapore and Railway Station, 
do do 

do do 

Millet and Railway Station 

Millward and Morley 

Moose Jaw and Point Elnia 

Moose Jaw and Railway Station 

Moose Jaw and AS'estview 

Moose .Taw and Wood Mountain 
do do 

Morinville and St. Albert 

Morley and Railway Station. 
Morningside and Railway Station 

do do 

Morrissey and Railway Station . . 

do do 
Mortlach and Mail Catc hing Po.st 
Mountain Mill and Pincher Creek 
Moyie and Railway Station.. . 
Murray Valley and Old.s 



Nanton and Railway Station. . , 

Nanton and Willows 

New Hillsdale and Wheatfield. 
New Ottawa and Park 



New Norway and Bittern Lake Stn. 
North Battleford and Railway Stn. 



Name 

of 

Contractor 



do do 

North Battleford and Roecliflf 

Notre Dame de Savoie and Red 

Willow IM. Ferroux 



E. Williams 
J. Young. . 
J. Dixon. . . 



W. A. Douglas 

S. G. Blakklob. 

J. G. Beesley . . , 
P. P. Kjosness. 

E. J. Clayton . . 
H. .Joiinston. . 

R. McLaren . . . 

R. Benedick . . 
G. S. Herdman 

F. F. Fatt .... 



F. Kennedy . . . 
A. (iairiniage. . 
S. W. Shaw . . . 
do 

do 
W. F. Blades. . 
J. McDougall. . 

C. E. Rigden... 
J. H. (Jrayson. 

E. J. Cud more. 

D. Hanson 

McG. Rapelje. . 
J. Langevin . . . 

F. Kidd 

E. H. Mathais. 

do 

J. A. Gilhs 

J. lUinersworth. 

E. B. Telford. . 

A. Scobie 

W. J. Atchison 

F. M. Strong.. 



R. McLaren . . . 
D. S. Mcintosh 

A. Smith 

R. J. Scott . . . 



W. Ruttle. 



Leask k Sons, 
WE. Waterhouse 



Oil City and Pincher Creek I W. R. Dobbin . . 



a 


a^ 




..-. 0) 


hi 


H>" 


c.-;: 




cekH 


o ^ 


^■^ 


di 


Q 


S5 


2| 


G 


15 


1 


1 


28, 14, 




26 


i 


26, 28, 


15 ^ 




16 I 


1 


16U 




14 


1 


10 


1 


h 


3, 12, 


19 


1 


200 yds. 


6 


2 


7 


17^ 


2 




42, 28, 




40 


80 


ni'nt'y 


;300 yds. 


14 


1 


6 


1 1 


12 


100 yds. 


12 


282 ft. 


12 


3 


2 


15 


1 


^ 


35&33 


18i 


1 


i 134 


f'th'ly 


i 134 


f'th'ly 


|43|& 12 


2 


100 yds. 


14 


72 yds. 


12 


220 yds. 


12 


i 


14 


1 


U 


200 yds. 


6&12 


10 


1 


430 yds 


14 


%. 


1 


72 yds. 


12 


22 


1 


7 


1 


67 


1 


' 14 


2 


300 yds. 


6 


300 yds. 


6& 12 





1 


17 


1 


! . 45 


1 



Amount. 



4 mos. (from Mar. 1, '06) 
4 u from IT 



12 

12 

11 

12 

3 



(to March 31, '06) 
from 11 



12 
9 

12 

12 

12 

6 



(to May 31, '06).. 

and 24dys. (from 

Mar. 8, '06).... 

and 27 dys. (from 

Mar. 5, '06) . . . 




3 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
4 
8 

12 

12 

6 

6 

3 

9 

12 

12 

12 

6 



dys. (to July 6, '05). 
months and 20 dys. (to 
Mai-. 31, '06). 
II (from II ). 



(to Oct. 31, 
from II 



'05). 



(to Dec. 31, '05).. 
from II 
(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from II 



and 17 dys (from 
Dec. 15, '05). . . 



„ (from May 1, '06) 

M and 3 dys. (to 

Mar. 3,"'0Cand 

extra trips). . . . 

I, (from Aprill.'OG) 

11 and 4 dys. (from 

Nov. 27, '05).. 

II (from Jan. 1, 'Ofi) 

days (from June 16, '06) 



7 months (from Dec 1, '05) 



12 



MAIL TRANSPORTATIOX—CALGAliY DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-171 



APPENDIX B—Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



I 



Name of Route. 



Okotok^^ and Railway Station . 
Olds and Railway Station. . . . 
Olds and Red Lodge 



Palliser and Railway Station. . . . 

do do .... 

Parkbeg and Railway Station.. . . 

Pasqiia and Railway Station 

Paynton and Railway Station. .. 
Peace River Crossing and Spirit 

River 

Penhold and Pine Lake 

Penhold and Railway Station 

Pincher Creek and Railway Station 
Pincher Creek and Summer view.. . . 

Pincher Creek and Yarrow 

Ponoka and Railway Station 

Ponoka and I^sona 



Hadis.wn and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

IJaymond and Railway Station . . 

RaynTond and Stirling 

Red Deer and Railway Station . . 
Red Willow and Wessington .... 

Reid Hill and Stavely 

Rinibey and Sjiringdale 

Riviere qui Barre and St. Albert. 
Rogers' Pass and Railway Station 

Rosenthal and Stony Plain 

Ruddell and Railway Station 

Reedy and Zeelandia 

Rush Lake and Railway Station. 

do do 

do do 
Ryan and Catching Post 



Saddle Lake and St. Paul de Metis. 

Saron and Catching Post 

Saskatchewan Landing and Swift 

Current 

Saskatchewan Landing and Swifc 

Current 

Sayers and Railway Station 

Seven Persons and Catching Post . . 

Shandro and Whitford 

Shepard and Catching Post 

Sirdar and Railway Station 

do do 

Skafske and Wavy Lake 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Paterson 

J.W.Silvertliorn 
J. Phillip 



G. P. Wills . . 
M. Mc.41|iine. 
J. MeFadyen . 
J. Sleinmon. . . 
A. M. Black . 



W. English . . . 

D. Logan 

(t. Fleming. . . 
W. R. Dobbin 
F. Haire.. . . 
T. F. Upton . 
F. E. Algar. . . 
A. Osterlund. , 



M. Kimpton 



U CO 



Q 



1.50 
800 



IG 



i 

\ 

■h 

yds, 

yds, 

75 

i;) 

2| 
10 
24 

1 

!> ': 
l(i' 



•J. B Stevenson 

C. McCarty 

W. Hobb.'. . . 
H. H. Gaetz... 

B. W. Overill. . 
R. W. Bartlett. 

E. B. Sixty.... 

D. L. Poirier . . 

C. D. Morris . . 
PL Schlitt .. . 
R. E. Lowrey . . 

L. Fisher 

F. C. Dorway. . 
R. C. Thomas. . 
C. R. Todd .... 
A. Moffat.. .. 



J. A. Therien... 
H. Falkenburg. . 

L. L'Laroque . . . 

J. L'Fagnant.. . . 
W. Small 

G. H. Lusk 

A. Shandro 

P. Rochon 

A. Skojeski 

T. J. Crawford . . 

A. H. Shervin. . . 



500 ft. 
500 ft. 

:i 
4- 
7 
1 

!)" 
40 
14 



21 
400 yds, 

65 yds. 

31 
50 yds. 
50 yds. 
50 yds. 
150'yds. 



20 
300 yds. 

30 

30 
40 yds. 

110 yds. 

8 
150 yds. 
125 yds. 

125 yds. 

40 



f'^ 



Period. 



12 12 months. 



12, 24 
1 



14 
14 

7 

r &12 

12 

m't'ly 
2 

12 

14 

1 

1 

12 

1 



and 14 dys (to 
Dec. 14, '05) . 

(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from 11 



(from April 1,'06)| 
(from Oct. 1,'05). 



12 
6 

3 il2 
12, 2412 
1 " 
1 
1 



and 4 dys 'to Apl. 

30, 'OG) 

(from Apr. 30, 'OG) 



1 

14 

1 

fi 

1 
14 
14 
14 
14 



7 " (from Dec. 1, '05) 
IG dys (from .Tune 15, 'OG) 

5 mo.s. and 17 dys. (from 

Jan. 15, 'OG).. 

12 

12 

4 



1 112 
6 12 

3 



(from Mch. 1 '05) 
and 17 days (from 
Jan. 15, 'OG) . . 
(from Apr. 1, '06) 
(to Sept. 30, 'Oti). 
(to Mar. 31, '06). 
(fromMar.31,'05) 



(to Sept. 30, "05). 

(fromSep,.30,'05) 

and 17days(from 

May 15, '06) . . 



and 12 days (to 
Aiir. 12, '06) . . 

and 18 days (from 
Apr. 12, '06) . . 

and 24 days (to 
Oct. 24, '05):.. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

249 CO 
180 50 

59 00 

40 00 
40 00 
25 00 
105 12 
91 00 

360 00 
280 00 
313 00 
509 60 
95 00 
200 00 
216 60 
100 00 



49 10 

26 50 

120 00 

312 00 

270 97 

(JO 66 

19 78 

46 11 

200 00 

55 00 

16 66 

21 64 

93 75 

7 50 

15 00 

7 50 

1 00 



156 00 
37 48 

41 66 

200 00 

15 15 

50 00 

100 00 

146 38 

109 23 

30 77 
39 95 



B-172 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B~Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Calgary Postal Division, 

Szc. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Skaro and Star. 

Soda Lake and Whitford 

Sparwood and Catching Post 

Spring Coulee .and Railway Station. 

Stavely and Railway Station 

Stirling and Railway Station .... 

Stringer and Railway Station 

Swift Current and Railway Station. 



Taber and Mail Catch Post, 
do do 



Nancie 

of 

Contractor. 



Tees and Point O. Laconibe and 

Lamerton Trail 

Tees and Railway Station.. 



Tompkins and Mail Catching Post 
do do 



Vegreville and Railway Statien. . 
Vern.illion and Railway Station. 



Walsh and Railway Station 

Wardner and Railway Station 

Warwick an i Whitford 

Wattsburg and Mail Catching Post. 
Wetaskiwin and Railway Station. . 
Wilmer and Wharf 

Wycliffe and Railway Station .... 



Yahk and Mail Catch Post, 
do do 



W. J. Cami.bell 

J. Ropceau 

W. Strong . . . 
A. Peterson , . . . 
W. R. Brand.. 
J. S. Brandley. , 

G. Pope 

Mrs. M. Vau 
dreuil 



G. H. Lee 
H. Johnson. 



J. B. Bellhouse 
J. B. Craik 



H. E. Whelham. 
W. W. Overend 



W. Clements . . . 

M. (!. Broma 

combe 



M. E. Nesbitt . . 
L H. Willson . . . 
A. Wliitford.... 
A. E. Watts . . . 
P. A. Migneton. 
Upper Columbia 

Transport Co 
F. P. Davis. . . 



S. A. Sjjeers . . . 
S. J. McCartney 



.IS 

p 



o c 
12; 



7 
12 
50 yds. 

1 
267 yds. 

U 
150 yds. 



100 yds. 
100 yds. 



too yds 

30 yds. 
30 yds. 



150 yds. 



i 
i 
38 
400 yds. 

H 
100 yds. 



300 yds. 
50 yds. 



1 

1 
7 
6 
12 
12 
1 

28, 14 
&26 



6 
12 



Period. 



12 months 

1 II (from June 1, '06) 

12 „ 

12 

12 ,1 

12 M 

1 Ti and 17days(from 
May 1.5, '06).. 

12 



and 15 days (to 

Feb. 15, 'OO).. 

and 13days(from 

. Feb. 15, '06).. 



1 trip 

2 months (from May 1, 

'00) 

3 .1 (to Sept 30, '05) 
U M from ti 



(from Apr. 1,' 06) 
(from Apr. 1, '00) 



12 

12 II 

11 II (toMay 31, '06). 

12 II 

12 II 

43 trips 

5 months (from Feb., '06) 



and 17 days (to 
Apr. 17, '06) . . 

and 13days(from 
Apr. 17, '06).. 



Total. 



Amiunt. 



$ cts. 

75 00 

10 83 

1 00 

156 00 

125 00 

300 00 

3 35 

203 21 



115 94 

70 72 

17 



8 33 
1(1 00 
30 00 



48 00 
02 60 



93 00 
182 00 
357 50 

25 00 
173 70 

10 75 
14 21 



22 05 

7 12 

71,765 10 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— VANGOUVEli DIVISION 



B-173 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B—Conlinucd. 



Ai^ANCOUVER POSTAL DIVISION. 



Dktail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Vancouver Postal Division, made 
within the Year ended June 30, 1906. 



Name of Route. 



Abbottsford and Otter .... 

Abbotsford and Peardonville . 
Abbiitsford and Railway Station. . . 

Abbottsford and Straiton 

.\bbottsford and Upper Sumas ... 

Adelaidi^ and Moimt Pleasant 

Afjassiz and Railway Station , 

Ainsworth and Wharf 

Albert Canyon and Railway Station 

Alexandria and Kersley 

Ale.xis Creek and Cliezacut 

.\lice Siding and R.iilway Station . 

Anaconda and Greenwood 

Anaconda and M.ail Catching Post. 
Annis and Mail Catching Post. . . . 
Armstrong Hull Car and Falkland. 

do do 
Armstrong and Railway Staticm... 
Arrowhead and Beaton Steamer 
Landing 

Arrowhead and Comaplix {via 
Beaton) 

Arrowhead and Railway Station and 
Steamer Wharf 

Ashcroft and Railway Station 

Ashcroft, Clinton and Barkerville. . 



Balfour and Wharf 

Bainet and Railway Station. 

Be.tton and Camborne 

do <io .... 




Beaton and Ferguson 

do do 

Black Pines and Kandoops.. 
Bhicher Hall and Kamloops , 



B. Norman .... 
R. Peardon .... 
P. McCulloch. . 
M. E. Straiton, 

A. Boley 

S. Miller 

H.White... . 
J. Henry 

B. Green.. . . 
W. J. West. . . . 
F. C. Copeland. 
J. Hampson. . 
L. A. Smith . . 

do 
N. W. Wilson. 
W. Burrell .... 
R. L. Lucas . . 
J. M. Wright. 

TheEmpireLum 
her Co 



do 

L H. Eraser. 

W. H. Kipp. 

British Columbia 

Express Co . . 



]3i 

7 
.50 yds. 



100 yds. 

i 
20 
50 
.50 yds. 

1 
165 yds. 
50 yds. 

IT § 
2 5 10 

50 yds. 



16 

i&i 
200 yd.s 

255 




J. W. Gallup. ..100 
H. l)e Pencier. . 75 
r\. Crawford . . 
E. J. Branford& 

Co 

J. C. Kirkoatrick 
E. T. Abey .... 
W. C. (Jrahaui. . 
G. A. Graham. . 



yd.s, 
yds. 



Boundary Falls and .M.iil Catching 

Post W. W. Craig. . . 200 yds. 

Burnahy and Railway .Station. ... ^L S. Woodward 2 

Burton and Steamer Landing ;J. McCulloch. . . ^ 



12 months . 

12 , 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 M 

Part of seasons 1905 & 'OG. 

1 month (froui.runel,'0(i) 

2 „ (to Aug. 31, '05) 
5 days (to July 5, "05). . . 

12 months 

11 „ (to May .31, '00). 
9 „ (to Mar. '51, 00). 

3 II from II 

12 I, 

12 ,1 

12 I, 

12 ,1 

12 ,1 

12 I, 

req 12 

"12 ., 

3 .1 (toSept. 30, '05). 

!) Ti from 11 

3 „ (to Sept. 30, '05). 

I. from II 

12 II 



3 

2 

12 

1 

3 

6 

14 

12 

7 

1 

m thly 

14 

12 

12 

7 

1 &1 

1 &1 

as req 

12 

6 

14 
21 

varyig 
freqcy 



fr 





G 

G 

1 
tnlv 

S. 

thly 

W. 

6 
G 
3 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

261 00 
120 00 

40 00 
100 00 
150 00 

75 00 

60 00 
146 25 

30 00 
150 00 

10 42 
17 
2 04 

98 64 

92 

210 00 

73 75 

60 00 



208 00 
1,2.52 00 



120 00 
223 19 



24,750 00 



36 00 

50 00 

158 00 

200 25 
395 00 
671 25 
235 00 



275 00 

1.50 00 

100 00 

93 04 



B-174 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in "Vancouver Postal Division. 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Camp McKiimey and Sidley 

Carmi and Rock Creek 

Carson and Marcus and Republic. . 

Cascade and Railway Station 

Castlegar and Railway Station 

Cedar C"ve and Mail Catching Post 
Central Park and Railway Station . 

Chilliwack and Munro 

Chilli wack and Railway Station . . . 



Chilliwack and Sunias 

China Creek and Railway Station 
Clayton and Railway Station .... 
Cloverdale and Clover Valley.. . . 

Cloverdale .and Elgin 

Cloverdale and Railway Station.. 
Coquitlam and Railway Station .. 

Coutlee and Mamettc Lake 

Coutlee and Voght Valley 

Crawford Bay .and Steamer Landing 

Crawford Bay and Grays Creek do. . 



Creighlon Valley and Lumby 
Curnon and Spence's Bridge. . 



R. G. Sidley... 

D. O. McKay. . 

E. A. McAuley 
.1. A. Bertois. . 
W. J. Farmer. 
W. Seidelman . 
C. G. L. Reid. . 

A. Martin 

Harrison & Men 

ten 

•T. A. McLeod. 
R. Stewart .... 
H. H. Cooper. . 
.1. Armstrong. . 
.1. A. Wilson... 
VV. G. Williams 
•T. Rowland. . . . 
L. (^uenville . . 
C. M. Newkirk 
•I. E, Houghton 

do 



A. J. Barbe 

H. L. Roberts. 



Dead wood and Greenwood ... . . 

Deer Park and Wharf. 

Delta and Ladner 

Deroche and Mail Catching Post. . 
Deroche and Nicomin. . . .... 

Dewdney and Hatzic Prairie ... . 

Dewdney and Mail Catching Post. 

Dog Creek and Gang Ranch 

do do ... 

Douglas Lake and <Juilchena. . . . 



•T. H. McNeil. 
W. Burgh ... 
G. Dennis . . . 
C. J. Cooper 

do 
G. Rouleau. . . 

J. Barker 

H. P. Bayliff.. 
J. D. Prentice 
.1. B. Greaves. 



East Burnaby and New Westminster G. H. Leaf.... 

Edgewood and Steamer Wharf IW. Williams.. . 



Eholt and Railway Station. 
Enderby and Railway Station. . 
Epworth and Railway Station. 
Erie and Railway Station 



Fairview and Penticton 

Falkland and Grande Prairie. . . 

Fergu.son and Trout Lake 

do do 

Fife and Railway Station 

Fire Valley and Mail Steamer.. 
Fort St. .James and Que.snel. . . 



Glen Valley and Langley .... 
Glen wood and Langley Prairie. 
Goldhill and Railway Station . 



D. R. McElmon. 
H. W. Harvey. 

R. Frost 

J. R. Hnnnex . 



McDougall&Co. 

W. Bell 

J.C. Kirkpatrick 
F. T. Abey . . 
D. Dunbar.. . 

R. Shiell 

J. Thompson 



N. McKay.. 
J. P. Smith. 
C. R. Hawthorne 



.B 






H> 


H d) 




csrTi 


O t. 


.£§ 


6 ». 


Q 


'^ 


10 


2 


41 


1 


a 


14 


1 


12 


12 


150 yds. 


12 


500 yds. 


12 


11 


3 


6 


7 


6 





50 yds. 


7 


J 


4 


2i 


2 


7 


2 


500 yds. 


6 


50 yds. 


14 &G 


23 


1 


32 


1 


4 


2 


5 


2 


10 


1 


2 


6 


3 


3 


1 


•J 


8 




64 


2 


50 yds. 





4 


3 


5i 


2 


« 


12 


12 


■1 


12 


1 


22 


1 


2 


6 


2 


2 


300 yds. 


12 


75 yds. 


as req. 


50 yds. 


G 


loo yds. 


12 


32 


3 


15 


1 


4 


as req. 


4 


as re(|. 


100 yds. 


12 


4 


2 


280 


4 


4 


2 


4 


1 


75 yds. 


3 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months . . 

12 .. 

12 

12 ■. 

12 „ 

12 

12 „ 

12 

12 
12 
3 M (from Ap.l,'05) 

12 „ 

12 

12 n 

12 M 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

8 M and 4 days (to 

Mar. 4, iOOO).. 

3 ., and 27 days 

(from Mar. 4, 

1906) 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 



12 

12 

12 „ 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 

12 M 

6 ., (to Dec. 31, '05) 

6 n from ti 

12 

11 " (from Aug. l,'05) 

12 M 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 .. 

12 „ 

12 n 

„ (toMar^31,'06) 

Part of season 1005 

1906 

12 months 

12 

12 M 

12 ., 

12 -. 

12 ., 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— VANCOUVER DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-175 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Vancouver Postal Division, 

Szc. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



Grande Prairie and Monte Creek. . . 

do do 
Grand Forks, Cohinibia ^nd Rail- 
way Stations 

do do 

Green Moimtain and Penticton . . . 
Greenwood and Railway Station. . . 

Greenwood and Ferry (U.S.) 



Gutelins and Railway Station . 



Halcyon Hot Springs and Mail 
Steamer 

Hair.i Prairie and Railway Station. 

Harrison Hot Springs and Railway 
Station 

Harrison River and Railway Station 

Hat/.ic and Mail Catch Post 

do do ... 
Hazelinere and Railway Station. . . 
Hilton and Lnmhy 

do do 

Hope and Railway Station ... 

Hope Station and Railway Station. 

Howser and Lardo ...... 

Howser and Station . 

Huntingdon and Railway Station . . 



Illicillewaet and Railway Station. 
Karcloops and Louis Creek 



Kaml(X)ps and Railway Station . . 

do do . . 

K«niloops and Spences Bridge. . . 
Ka.ilo and Lardo Steamer Wharf. 

Kaslo and Steamer Landing 

Keefers and Railway Station .... 
Kelowna and Vernon 

do do 

do do 



Kelowna nnd Wharf 

Kerenieos and Similkameen.. . . 

Kokanee and Wliarf 

Knalt and Mail Catch Post ...... 

Koch Siding and Railway Station. 

Ku.skonook and Steamer Wharf . . . 



H. '-'uernsey. . . 
T. Swain 



N. McLellan .... 
McNeill & Hen- 

niger 

W. E. Welby... 
Banneiman and 

Lewis 

Broomfield and 

Garrison 



W. Crebbin. 



H. Mcintosh 

C. B. de Wynter 

J. C Armstrong 

J. F. Boyd 

P. E. Lazenby . . 

.1. A.Catherwood 
PL T. Thrift . . . 
N. Jackman . . . 
W. H. HoUings- 

worth 

W. Yates 

P. McPhee. .. 
VV. Simpson. . . 
do .... 

M. McGillivray. 



E. N. D.Forbes. 



A. Gaudreau. 






I 

10 
100 yds. 



500 yds. 
1 J- 

5 

150 yds. 

60 

60 

1 

21 

21 

2 

40 yds. 

12 

IS 

i 



N. McPhee 

J. T. Noble... 
Clark & Stewart 
P. McGregor.. . 

do 
J. Hannah. . . 
W. P. Pritchard 
M. J. Healy . . 
W.Scott 



E. Bailly.. . 
D. McCurdy.. 
C. W. Bu«k. . . 
J. A. Carlin . . 
G. Cormier.. . . 



1 

1 
110 
300 yds. 

[150 yds. 
40 
40 
40 

100 yds 
15 

300 yds. 
.50 yds 
25 yds. 



C. Wriifht :400 yds. 



O 'S, 



asreq. 
as req. 



Period. 



14 
G 

14 
12 
14 

14 
6 
1 

1 
6 

14 
1 
1 

12 



14 



f'tnly. 
S. and 
ni'thly 
W... 
28 
28 
1 
as req. 
12 
14 
.S 
3 
3 

6 
1 
4 

7 




4 months (to Oct. 31, '00) 
8 IP from M 

6 ,1 (to Dec. 31,'05) 

6 II from II 
20 days (from.Tunell,'06.) 



12 months 
2 
12 



(from May 1. 
1006) 



12 



(to Mar. 
1906).. 
from II 



31, 



(to Apr. 30, '061 
from II 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from II 




12 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 
12 

3 ,1 (to Sept. 30, "05) 
19 d.ys. (to Oct. 19, '05).. 

8 months and 12 days 

(from Oct. 19, '05) 

12 months 

2 
12 
12 

4 



(from Mayl, '06) 



12 



and 23 days (from 
Feb. 6, '06).. . . 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

97 75 
190 00 

463 93 

458 69 
4 29 

360 00 



106 00 
30 00 



40 00 
120 00 

200 00 
60 00 

54 80 

18 20 
60 00 

130 00 

26 00 

156 48 

25 00 

58 50 

19 50 
75 00 



50 00 



150 00 

315 37 

118 73 

1,200 00 

93 90 
156 50 

40 00 
150 00 

40 79 

635 04 
60 00 
17 33 
40 00 
20 00 

42 

78 00 



B -176 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A, 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Vancouver Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Ladner anrl Mail Steamer.. . . . 
Langley and Langley Prairie. 



Langley and Railway .Station 

Lardo and Railway Station 

Lardo and Steamer Wharf 

Lillooet and Lytton 

Lillooet and Pemberton Meadows. 



Lindell and Sardis. 



Lulu Island and Steveston. . . . 

Lumby and Mabel Lake 

Lumby and Vernon 

Lytton and Railway Station . 



M.ijuba Hill and Sardis 

Malakwa and Mail Catcli Post. 

do do 

Mara and Railway Station . . . 
Matsqui and Mail Catch Post. 

do do 

Midway and Railway Station. . . 

Midway and Sidley 

Millsi.le and Railway Station. . . 

Mission City and Mount Lehman. 
Mission City and Railway Station 



do 



do 



Monte Creek and Railway Station 



Naas Harbour and Steward. . 
Nakusp, Railway Station 
Steamer Wharf 



and 



Nelson and Railway Station 



Nelson and Wharf. 



New Denver and Wharf 

New Westminster and Railway 

Station 

New Westminster and Railway 

Station 

New Westminster and Street Letter 

Boxes 

New Westminster and Timberland 

Nicola Lake and Princeton 

Nicola and Spences Bridge 

Niconiekl Railway Station 

North Bend and Railway Station. 
Notch Hill and Railway Station. . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. De R. Taylor 
A. F. McCrim- 

mom 

J. Taylor 

C. McDonald . 

do 
P. Rebapliate. 
H. Westbersr.. 



S. Edstrom. 



J. P. Bowditch 
W. G. Proctor. 

J. Genier 

B. Brophy .... 



W. Chad.sey.... 
E. R. B. Baynes 

G. W. Hall 

M. E. Roseman, 

C. R. Crist 

A. O. Hougen . . 
C. M. Crouse . . . 

E. M. Cud worth 
A. H. Jo.seph. . 

N. Craig- 

J. Plumridge . . 

do 

W. Plumin. . . . 

G. Jenner 

F. W. Jordan. . 

Nelson Freight' 
ing and Trans 
f er Co 

Nelson Freight 
ing and Trans- 
fer Co 

•T. Delaney . . . 



W. A. Johnston. 
F. E. Camei-on . . 



A. Rae 

A. Buck 

J. Clark 

M. ]'. Stewart. 
M . J. Pickard . 

W. Arnott 

C. Castle 






250 yds 

6J 

3A 

200 yds 

200 yds 

47 

75 



12 

1 
16 
16 



8i 
140 yds 
140 yds 

f 
85 yds 
85 yds 

27 



4 
100 yds. 

100 yds. 

135 yds. 

80 

100 &300 

yds. 



Period. 



d Sc 



as req. 

3 

6 

2 

ftnly. 
and 

m'thly 
1 

6 

1 

3 

14 



12 months. 



and 26 days ( from 
Mar. 6, '06). .. 



12 „ 

M 

3 „ 

6 12 „ 

12 10 „ 

12 I 2 „ 

12 12 „ 

2 12 ., 
12 j 4 „ 

3 12 „ 

28 j 3 „ 

14 I 8 M 

14 |12 n 

ftnly. 6 trips. 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from I. 



(to Apr. 
from 



30, '06) 



and 26 days (from 
Feb. e, '06). 

and 28 days (to 
( )ct. 28, '05). . 

and 3 dys. (from 
Oct 28, '05) 



7 & 14 12 months 



I, 1 & j' «, 7,32! 

&66 12 



l&i 
l&i 

5^ 

4i 

72" 

48 

65 

200 yds . 

100 yds. 



26 12 
24&12 12 



as req. 
as req. 



(to Mar. 31, '06) 
from M 

(from Apr. 1, '06) 



12 12 
14 12 

7 112 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— YANCOVYER DIVISION 

•SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B~177 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Vancouver Postal Division^ 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Okanagon and Vernon 

O'Kanagon Falls and White Lake 

Okanagon Landing and Railway 

Station 



Paulson and Mail Catch Post 

Peachland and Steamer Wharf . . 

Peachland and Westbank 

Penticton, Princeton and Hedley. 

Penticton and Wliarf 

Phoenix and Railway Station, C.&N. 

Phoenix and Railway Station, G.N. 



Pilot Bay and Steamer Wharf 

do do 

Poplar Cieek and Railway Station , 
Port Hammond and Railway Stn. 
Port Haney and Railway Station . . 

do do 

Port Haney and Webster's Corners. 
Port Kells and Railway Station. . . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



C. O'Keefe. . 
H. Inglee. . . . 

J. T. Taylor 



do 



do 



Port Moody and Mail Catch Post. 
Procter and Railway Station 



Revelstoke and Big Bend 

do do 

Revelstoke and Railway Station . . 



do 



do 



Revelstoke and St. Letter Box, Nol. 
Revelstoke and St. Letter Box. No 2. 
Roseberry, Ry. St'n. and Str. Wharf. 



do 



do 



Rossland and Railway Stations . . 

Ruby Creek and Railway Station . 
Rusl<in and Mail Catch Post 



St. Leon Hot Springs and Str. L'g. 

Salmo and Railway Station 

Salmon Arm and Railway Station-. 
Salmon Arm and Silver Creek.. . . . 
Sandon and \. & S. Railway St'n.. 
Sapperton and Railway Station . . . . 

Savona and Railway Station 

Shorts Point and Steamer Wharf . . 



do 



24— Bl2 



do 



T. H. Paulson 
M. E. McDou- 

gald 

N. S.Marshall.. 
W, E. Welby... 
W. S. Parker... 
Mclntyre and 

McDonald 

M. Mclntyre... . 

F. Cogle 

C. V. Gagnon. . . 
A. G. Johnston 
A. L. Lazenby. 
T. Armstrong. . 
A. T. Charlton . 
J. M. Webster. 
J. Holt 






C. Wood 



J. Tays 

T. G. Procter. 



A. Carlson 

B. Croover 

E. W. B. Paget. 



do 

do 

W. Bews 

M. McCarthy . . 

VV. E. Marshal . 

Rossland Trail 
Livery Co. . . . 

H. Fooks 

E. M. Heaps.. . . 



8 
10 

100 yds 



50 yds. 

200 yds. 

10 
75 & 53 
200 yds. 

h 
200 yds. 



4 

100 yds. 

300 yds. 

150 yds. 

50 yds . 

U 

1' 

1 

h 
100 yds. 



2 
1 

as req. 
12 



12 

6 12 
2 il2 
1&2 12 
6 12 



Period. 



12 months 
12 „ . . . 



12 



70 
70 



i 

1000 yds 
600 yds 
100 yds. 
& g m. 
1 00 yds. 
& J m. 

i 
]00vd.s. 
100 yds. 



M. Grady 100yds. 

S. Ross I .500 yds. 

Vj. McGuire . . . 
G. W . A rm strong 
E. R. Atherton. 
T. .Johnson: .... 

G. V. Ogle 

T. A. Dnndas. . . 

R. N. Dundas . . 



300 yds. 


14 


10 


1 


1.50 yds. 


6&7 


.50y(l.s. 


19 


30 yds. 


14 


i 


2 


i 


9 


4 





6 

7 

3 

3 

6 

14 

14 

14 



13 
13 
as req. 

14 

14 

14 

12&12 
12&() 



as req. 1 12 

() 112 
12 12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



11 



and 17 days (from 
Feb. 12, 0(5).. 
(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from ti 



(to Jan, 31, '06) 
from 1. 



and6dys.(toMar. 

6, '06) 

and 25 dy.". (from 

Mar. 6, '00) 

(from Mar. 1, 
'C6) 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 

from II 

and 28 days (to 

Oct. 28, '05). 
and 3 days (from 

Oct. 28, '05) , 



and 15 days (to 

Aug. 15, '05) . . 

(from Jan. 1. '06) 

(less fine) 



and 15 davs (to 

July 1.5," '05). 
and 16 days (from 
do) 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

80 00 
73 71 

30 00 



50 00 

50 00 

04 16 

2,3.50 00 

180 00 

266 05 

118 15 
12 50 
20 84 

140 00 
76 00 
35 00 
25 00 
75 00 

46 67 

23 33 
92 84 

37 50 

280 00 
280 00 

230 07 

367 91 
75 00 

1 00 



6 25 
32 50 

699 00 
25 00 
36 00 



1 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

255 10 

40 00 

90 00 

1 02 

23 98 



B-178 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Vancouver Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Shuswap and Railway Station... 
Sicamous and Railway Station. 

do do 
Silverdale and Mail Catch Post, 
Silverton and Wharf 



S. Spence 

D. R. McManus. 



do 



do 



Slocan, Ry. St'n and Sti-. Wharf. . . 
Slocan .Junction and Railway St'n.. 
South Vancouver and Vancouver . 

do do 

Spence Bridge and Railway Station 
Spuzzum and Railway Station .... 

Squaniish and Wharf 

Steveston and Railway Station .... 
Stevestonand B.C.E. Ry. Terminus. 

Summerland and Wharf 



Terra Nova and Vancouver via 

Ebu'rne 

Three Forks and Railway Station . 
Three Valley and Mail Catch Po.st 

Thrums and M.C. Post 

Trail and Railway Station 

Trail and Smelter Junction 

Trout Lake and Steamer Wharf . . 

do do 

Tynehead and Railway Station . . 



Vancouver and British Columbia 
Electric Railway Terminus. . . . 



Vancouver and C.P. R. Ry. Station. 
Vancouver and China and Japan 

Mail Strs 

Vancouver and GranvilleSt. Ry.S'n. 
Vancouver and (i.N. Railway St'n. 
Vancouverand HastingsSt. Ry. S'n. 
Vancouver Letter Carriers Service. 

Vancouver Branch and Sub Offices, 
Street Letter and Parcel Boxes, 
Mount Pleasant and We.it Fair- 



Vancouver— Special parcel delivery 
at Christmas 

Vancouver, Riulway Station and 
Nanaimo Steamer Wharf ... . 



Vancouver .and Seattle Str. Wharf 
Vancouver and Skagway Steamers 



do 



do 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 









200 yds. 7 

400 yds. as req. 



A. E 

T. A. 



do 

Skinner . . 
McKinnon 

do 



D. S. McVannel 
A. Sherman . . . 
S. A. Daniels. . . 

D. Beach 

A. Clemes . . . 
W. E. Potter.... 

D. Galbraith... , 

E. Hunt 

S.S. Son.jma . . . 



400 



i 

50 yds. 

5 

5 
50 yds. 
100 yds. 

n 



R. H. English. 



13A 

I 



J. Melli.« 

J. T. Kelly . . 

J. Lane 

W. J. Collins. 
F. W. Brown. 
J. T. Limberg 
J.C.Kirkpatrick 100yds, 

V. T. Abey 100 yds 

D. M. Robertson 3 



50 yds. 
350 yds. 
500 yds. 
2 



Mainland Trans 

ferCo 

do 
do 

H. J. Foote . . . . 

do 

do 
B.C. Electric Rv. 

Co : 



H. J. Foote 



do 



Mainland Trans 
fer Co 



H. J. Foote . . . 
Mainland Trans 

fer Co 

H. J. Foote . . . . 



19i 



14 

6 

24 

12 

6&6 

24 

3 

3 

14&18 

14 

1 

6 



as req. 
as req. 
as req. 

12 
12&24 
12 



as req. 



3 
as req 



Period. 



12 months 

3 „ and 28 days (to 
Oct. 28, '05) . . . 



and 28 days (to 
Oct. 28, '05.. . , 

and 3 days (from 
Oct. 28, '05). . . 



(to Dec. 31, '05) 
from ir 



and G davs (from 
May 20, 'OG).. 



12 months. 
12 



(from Aug. 1, '05) 
(from June 1, '06) 



(to Sept. 30, '05). 
from .1 



12 , 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 

3 days (to July 3, '05) 

12 months 



12 „ 



10 



12 n 

6 trips. 



and 25 days (from 

Aug. 7,''05) .. 
(to Jan. 31, '06). 



Amount. 



•S cts. 
80 00 

115 39 
180 20 

75 00 

78 2C 

161 74 

180 00 

40 00 

75 00 

100 00 

145 01 

40 00 

26 00 

51 78 

16 07 
50 00 



312 00 
156 50 

36 67 

6 50 

180 00 

180 00 

39 50 
108 00 
100 00 



7 50 

2,320 25 

279 00 

184 96 

258 00 

73 

423 50 



1,C38 00 
19 75 



179 00 
51 00 

78 50 
6 00 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— yANGOUTER DIVISION 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-179 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Vancouver Postal Division, 

&c. — Co7icluded. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Vancouver and Squamish Steamer 

Wharf H. .1. Foote . . . . 

Vancouver and Union S.S Go's Wrf. do .... 

Vancouver and Victoria Str. Wrf.. Mainland Trans- 
fer Co 

Vancouver and G.N. Railway Sta- 
tion and C.P.R. Skagway Str. . . iH. .J. Foote 

Vernon and Railway Station J. Harwood ... 



Waneta and Railway Station ... . !F. Adie 

Wesiley and Railway Station J. G. Billings. . . 

Whonnock and Mail Catch Post . . . L. C. York 

Williaiu.s Siding and Mail Catch J. Williams 

Post 

Willow Point and Steamer Wharf.. !C. W. West 

Winlaw and Railway Station J. B. Winlaw. . . 

W^jod^vard and Wharf ! W.M.McKenzie 



Yale and Railway Station jD. .J. Creight 

Ymir and Railway Station 'A. C. O'Neil. 

Total... 






^fe 



I" 



Period. 



Amount. 





2 
10 


h 


10 


1 




i 


as req. 


500 yds. 

50 yds. 

50 yds. 
150 yds. 


12 

12 

12 

6 


100 yds. 

50 yds. 

2(1) yds. 


2 
C 

2 


100 yds. 

2.50 >ds. 


14 
12 



12 months 

8 „ (from Nov. 1, '05) 

Part of season 1905 . . 



2 trips . . . 
12 months. 



12 ,. 

12 

12 

Part of season 1906 . 



12 months. 

12 M 

12 n .. 



$ cts. 

26 00 
114 87 

79 50 

2 00 
195 00 



156 50 
20 00 
85 56 
10 42 

25 00 

10 00 

1 00 



60 00 
125 00 

.S67,130 93 



B-180 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



VICTORIA POSTAL DIVISION. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Victoria Postal Division, made 
within the year ended June 30, 1905. 



Name of Route. 




Alberni and Beaver Creek . 
Albemi and Nanaimo 



Alberni and New Alberni. 

do do ., 

Aldermere and Hazelton . . 



Bella Coola and llajjensborg. 

Bowen Island and Steamer Wharf., 
Brechin and Nanaimo 



Cedar and Nanaimo 

Cedar and Stovely 

Chemainus and Kuper Island .... 
Chemainus and Railway Station.. . . 
Cobble Hill and Railway Station. . . 

Colquitz and Victoria 

Comox and Parksville . 

Comox and Sandwich (via Courtnay) 

Coraox and Wharf 

Corfield and Railway Station 

Cowichan Lake and Duncan's Stn. . 



Cowichan Station and Railway Stn. P. Frumento 



K. Dickson 

Thompson & 

Scoville. 
Fitzgerald & 

Burke . . 
Thompson c^ 

Scoville. 
G. Lacroix 



H.B.Christensen 
R. H. Green .... 
J. ^Vatson 



H. Maguire. ... 

do .. . 

G. Donckele ... 

E. J. Palmer. . . 

J. A. Porter 

R. D. Chandler. 
A. B. Crump... 
R. McCJuillan.. 
E. Holmes ... . 

A. Reid 

Price Bros 



Cracroft and Steamer.s Wharf. 
Crofton and Westholine Station. . , 
Cumberland and Railway Station. 
Cumberland and Steamer Wharf. . 



Deninan Island and Wharf. ... ... 

Duncan's Station and Mount Sicker 
Duncan's Station and Railway Stn, 
Duncan's Station and Tzonhalem, . 



J. Pope. 

M. Elliott...... 

D. Kirki)atrick.. 
Wellington Col- 
liery Co 



T. H. Piercy. 
H. Keast. ... 

D. Ford 

W. Morley. . . 



East Sookeand Main Post Road. . . W. J. Burnett, 
East Wellington and Northfield. ... J. Wilson 
Errington and Main Post Road ... J. A. McCarter. 
Esquimalt and Victoria H. W. Walker. . 



Extension and Nanaimo. 



do 



do 



•J. Wilson. 



A. J. McMillan. 



= 


a^ 










go 


cS.'T^ 


o ^ 


.2§ 


d & 


P 


'^ 


64 


2 


58 


2 


24 


2 


2i 


2 


60 


Mt^ily 


1 


"l 


24 


6 


10 


1 


3 


1 


5 


1 


i 


12 


40 yds. 


6 


5h 


6 


60 


1 


4 


2 


if 


2 
6 


21 


Wkly 




&f'nly 


75 yds. 


6 


200 yds . 


1 


H 


6 


1 


4 


12 


4 


4 


2 


8 


6&3 


200 yds . 


12 


3 


6 


10 


1 


2 


6 


5.% yds. 


4 


4 


12 


8 


2 


8 


2 



Amount. 



12 months 

12 „ 

2 M (to Aug. 31, '05), 

10 „ from „ 

12 

12 „ 

12 „ 

12 „ 



(to Sept. 30,^ 
from II 



05). 



and 15 days (to 
April 15; '06). . 

and 15 dys (from 
Apr. 15, '06).. 



$ cts. 
73 68 

706 67 

16 66 

83 34 
300 00 



62 00 

26 00 

156 00 



23 75 

45 00 

104 00 

120 00 

40 00 

199 85 

620 00 

2.S4 00 

72 00 

99 00 

240 00 

40 00 

25 00 

300 00 

150 00 

240 00 

80 00 
400 00 
100 00 
175 00 



125 00 

100 00 

22 50 

360 00 

142 50 

52 50 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— VICTORIA DIVISION 



B-181 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Victoria Postal Division, 

&c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



French Creek and Parksville. 



Ganges and Wharf 

Goldstream and Railway Station. . 
Gordon Head and Victoria.. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Q 



A. B. Gurney. 



J. Malcolm. 
J. Phair.... 

N. D. Shaw. 



Grantham and Sandwich J. Blackburn 



Hagan and Railway Station F. Young 

Hapi)y Valley and Main Post Roadll. G. Walker.. . 
Hartley Bay and Kitamatat IG. Read 



Hazelton and Manson Creek. . 
Heal and Railway Station .... 

Heriot Bay and Wharf 

Hornby Island and Steamer , . 
Howe Island and Wharf 



Irvines Landing and Wharf.. 



Keating and Railway Station . . 
Kohsilah and Railway Station. 



F. Young. 
J. Boal... 



Ladysmith and Railway Station.. 



Mai)le Bay and Somenos 

Millstream and Railway Station 

Milne's Landing and Victoria 

do do 



Nanaimo and Comox Steamer Wharf 

Nanaimo and Railway Station 

Nanaimo and Stovely 

Nanaimo and Street Letter Boxes. . 
Nanaimo and Vancouver Steamer 

Wharf 

Nanoose Bay and Main Post Road . 
Nortlifield and Railway Station 
North Saanich and Railway Station 



Otter Point and Shirley.. 
Otter Point and Victoria 



Port Essington and Wharf. . . 
Port Neville and Wharf. . . . 
Port Simpson and Steamer. . 



N. S. Sargent , 

C. Heal 

H. A. Bull.. . 
T. E. Ford. . . . 
N. Patterson. . 



T. Dames. 



100 yds. 

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T. Cowan. . 



G. MacNeal 

E. Pike 

H. T. Fisher. 
E. Milne . . . 



Thompson & 

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.f. Wil.son. . . 
C. G. Bown. . 



E. Clark. 
H. Clark. 



R. L. Mcintosh. 

H. Hansen 

J . Sharpe 



Ketreat Cove and Mail Steamer J. Shaw 

Roberts Creek and Steamer Wharf. .1. F. Roberts. 

Rocky Point and Victoria IT. Parker 

Royal Oak and Railway Station.. . . IW. E. Heal. . . 



14 
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300 yds. 
400 yds. 



.300 yds. 
200 yds. 



400 yds. 



4 

4 

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23 



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6 112 



12 



4 12 

12 12 

6 12 



6 12 



{from Jany 1, 'OG) 



(from April 1, '06) 
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1 12 months 

2 8 M (from Nov. 1,'05) 

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80 00 

227 00 

100 00 



140 00 
50 00 
73 00 
75 00 
67 60 

8 00 
26 00 

8 33 



34 33 



60 00 
40 00 



200 00 



1.36 00 
30 00 
56 25 
25 00 



52 00 
200 00 
100 00 

295 00 
159 00 
75 00 
190 00 
120 00 



65 00 
195 00 



7 00 

10 00 

3 00 



24 00 

16 67 

122 50 

100 00 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



6-7 EDWARD V'H., A. 1907 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Victoria Postal Division, 

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Shawingan Lake and Railway Stn..l A. Koenig 

Sidney and Railway Station J. J. White. . . . 

Somenos and Railway Station H. MacNeil 

South PendtT and Mail Steamer.. . . A. R. Spalding.. 
South Wellington and Railway Stn J. Cxalloway . . 



Tod Inlet and Railway Station. 
Turgoose and Railway Station. 



Union Bay, Railway Station and 
Wharf 



Vananda and Wharf 

do do 

do do 

Victoria Letter Carriers Service. . . . 



W. S. Butler. 
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G. Howe.. 



Victoria and Esquimalt and Nanai- 

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Victoria and Victoria and Sidney 

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Victoria and Outer Wharf 

Victoria and Street Letter Boxes. . . 

do do 

Victoria and Wharf (Seattle and 

Skagway R.P.O.). . iVictoria Trans- 
fer Co 

Victoria Special Christmas Delivery Pacific Transfer 

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do 
A. K Kent 



E. Pooke. 

W. S. Planta.. . . 

H. B. McLeod . . 

Briti.sh Columbia 
Electric Rail- 
way Company. 

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H. Brown . . . . 
Victoria Trans- 
fer Co 

H. Brown 

S. E. King 



Victoria and Wharf (Vancouver Str] 
do do do 



Welcome Pass and Mail Steamer.s. . |C. Priestlanil.. . . 

Wellington and Railway Station. . .:.!. Haggart 

Westholme and Railway Station. . Mi. A. Newhouse 

Total 



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50 yds. 

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100 yds. 
100 yds. 
700 yds . 



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6 
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17 days (to April 17, 'Oti). 

2 mos. and 13 dys. (from 

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50 00 
24 00 

12 50 

175 00 
40 00 



50 00 



45 00 
15 00 

36 50 

200 00 
234 76 

150 OO 

225 25 
420 00 
140 00 



16 00 

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4 50 



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60 00 

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6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 

APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payiaents for Mail Transportation in the 'Dominion of Canada, made 
within the year ended June 30, 1906. 

CONVEYANCE OF MAILS BY RAILWAYS. 



Name of Railway. 



Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co 

Algoina Central and Hud.son Bay Railway 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway 

Bay of Quinte Railway 

Boston and Maine Railway 

British Columbia Electric Railway 

Brockville, Westport and North Western Railway. . 

Bruce Mines and Algonia Railwaj 

Canada Atlantic Railway 

Canada Coal and Railway Co 

Canadian Northern Railway, Ontario 

Canadian Northern Railway, Manitoba 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Cape Breton RaiKvay 

Caraquet Railway. 

Central Ontario Railway . 

Central Vermont Railway 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co 

Dominion Atlantic Railway 

Elgin and Havelock Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Great Northern Railway, (Montreal Div.) 

Great Northern Railway, (British Columbia) 

Halifax and South Western Railway 

Hamilton, Grimsby and Beamville Railway 

Hamilton Radial Electric Railway 

Hull Electric Railway 

Inverness Railway and Coal Co 

Intercolonial Railway 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Railway 

Kent Northern Railway 

Kingston and Pembroke Railway 

Kootenay Railway and Navigation Co 

Maine Central Railway 

Manitoulin and North Shore Railway 

Michigan Central Railway 

Midland Railway 

Moncton and Buctouche Railway 

Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway 

New Brunswick Coal and Railway 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway 

New Brunswick Southern Railway 

New Westminster and Southern Railway 

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. Railway . 

Orford M nuntain Railway 

Ottawa and New York Railway 

Pere Marquette Railway . . 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Quebec Central Railway 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway 

Quebec Railway, Light and Power Co 

Quebec S:iuthern Railway 

Red Mountain Railway 

Rutland Railway.. 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Co 

St. Lawrence and Adinmdack Railway 

Salisbury and Harvey Railway. 




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to Sept. 30, 1905 



to Dec. 31, 1905 



less fine. 



less fines . 



MAIL TRANSPORTATION— DOMI.MON OF CANADA 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



B-187 



APPENDIX B— Continued. 

Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in the Dominion of Canada, made 
within the year ended June 30, 1906 — Coiicluded. 

CONVEYANCE OV MAILS BY RAILWAYS— Conciurffrf. 



Name of Railway. 



Sout)i Shore Railway 

Sydney and Glace Bay Railway 

Sydney and LouisVmrg 

Tenii.scaming and Northern Ontario Railway 

Temiscaming and Northern Ontario Railway (per- 
formed by contractor of railway, A. R. Mac- 
donell) 

Temiscouata Railway Co 

Thousand Islands Railway 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Railway 

Toronto, Hamilton and Butfalo Railway 

Toronto and York Radial Railway 

Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway 

Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway 

Victoria and Sidney Railway 



Total. 



Period. 



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from Oct. 1, 1905. 



9 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do to Sept. 30, 1905. 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do from .Jan. ], 1906. 

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12 do 



Amount. 



•$ cts. 

5,645 77 
1,272 06 
1,158 10 
J, 534 64 



174 72 
,708 92 
730 00 
128 00 
,092 24 
,350 56 
264 65 
487 97 
455 73 



•S 1,515,685 27 



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Accountant. 



R. M. COULTER, 

Deputy Postmaster General. 



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APPENDIX B— Continued. 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bags, Mail Locks, &c., during 

the year ended June 30, 1906. 



To Whom Paid. 



H. Carson 

E. (i. Shepherd 

S. S. Stratton 

W. Willis & Son 

Kidd Rutherford 

Mrs. P. O'Donaghue 

C. H. Hall 

M. Scariow . 

G. Lugsdin & Co 

M. J. Wilson & Son.s 

C. Warner 

T. Fardy 

Pritchard-Andrews Co 

J. Christie.. 

Desmarais & Choquette 

R. H. Everest 

Smith-Egge Manufacturing Co. 
Canadian Pacific Railway 

D. Chocpiette 

L. Desmarais 

H. \V. Wellington 

J. McKay 

W. L. McNabb 

Thornton & Truman 

Keep Bros . 

W. Winter 

R. B. Corman 

Smith Railway Mail Service. . . 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Trunk <fe Leather Goods Co. . . . 
Capital Scale, Brass and Foun- 
dry Co 

Intercolonial Railway 

Canadian E.xpress Co 

Ottawa & New York Railway. . 

F. P. Bent.. 

Dominion Express Co 

F. Julien 



Particulars of Disbursements. 



Supplying and repairing mail bags. . . 

Clamiilocks, ferrules 

Supplying and repairing mail bags. . . . 

&c. 

Mail bagging 

Repairing mail bags . 



Presses, dies, seals for mail bags., 
Repairing mail bags 



International registered mail locks 

Erecting and moving mail cranes, freight on cordage, &c. . . . 
Repairing mail bags , 

Cotton cord for mail bags 

Letter parcel hampers 

Parcel post hampers and wicker baskets 

Rejiairing International registered mail locks 

Brass gromets and rings 

Cartage of mail bags 

Repairing parcel post hampers 

Mail crane 

Moving mail catcher 

Leather bags 



Removing rivets 

Erecting mail catch posts . 

Express charges on mail crane, catch post, &c. 
Freight charges on International mail locks. . . 

u mail crane 

Exi>ress charges on bagging 

Repairing mail catch post 



Total. 



Amount. 



S cts. 

15,0()5 14 

7.642 00 

4.643 88 
3,361 83 
2,903 36 
1,,570 62 
1,487 7.5 
1,394 90 
1,366 86 

961 18 
826 88 
743 25 
579 40 
498 03 
403 13 
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282 00 
259 02 
226 90 
208 95 
180 90 
149 00 
1.31 25 
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102 91 
68 50 
58 23 
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31. 87 
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5 65 
1 74 
1 73 
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W. J. JOHNSTONE, 

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R. M. COULTER, 

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APPEKDIX C 



ACCOUNTING POST OFFICES 



MONEY ORDER AND OTHER TRANSACTIONS 



24— cl 



6-7 EDWARD VII 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 



A. 1907 



APPENDIX C. 



MONEY ORDER TRANSACTIONS. 



The number of Money Order Offices in operation on the 30th June, 1906, was 
2,676, an increase of 182 over the previous year. 

The total number of Orders issued during the year was 2, 178, -549, showing an 
increase over the previous year of 254,419. The aggregate value was $37,3.5.5,673.37, 
an increase over the previous year of $5,006,197.69. 

Of the Orders issued during the year 1,425,148 with a value of $26,133,565.05 
were payable in the Dominion. Compared with the previous year there was an increase 
in number of 146,735, and in value of $2,723,079.51. 

753,401 Orders with a value of $11,222,108.32 were payable abroad. Compared 
with the previous year there was an increase of 107,684 in number, and an increase of 
12,283,045.08 in amount. 

The number of Orders issued abroad and payable in Canada was 436,954 with an 
.iggrcgate value of $6,533,200.88, being an increase of 51,270 in number and $930,791.81 
in amount. 

The number of Orders issued in Canada on the United States was 407,013, and the 
value $5,333,513.83, an increase of 37,322 in number and of $832,629.60 in amount. 

The following statement will show the very large increase in the Postal Note 
payments in the United States : — 





Number. 
1905. 


Amount. 
1905. 


Number. 
1906. 


Amount. 
1900. 


Money Orders . ... 
Postal Notes 


369,091 
193,822 


$4,500,812 13 
324,803 89 


407,013 
317,400 


$5,333,513 83 
554,531 .30 


Totals 


563,513 


$4,825,070 02 


724,419 


.S5,8S8,045 19 



The number of Orders issued in the United States on Canada was 366, o09, and 
the value $5,126,144.44, an increase of 44,989 in number and $724,945.58 in amount. 

The rates for the conversion of Canadian money into that of France and into that 
of Germany were fixed at 5- 10 francs and 4' 16 marks to the dollar, respectively, when 
business was established in 1883. 

Experience showed that the rates of exchange would permit the Department 
paying larger sums in those countries for each dollar deposited in Canada and the rates 
were raised on the Lst July, 1905, to 5 • 15 francs in the cases of France, Belgium, Italy, 
Switzerland and other countries using the franc and to 4 18 marks in the cases of 
Germany and the German post offices abroad. 

Direct exchange with Orange River Colony and Turks Island went into operation 
on the 1st October, 1905 ; with Western Australia on the 1st February, 1906, and 
with Denmark, Iceland and the Faroe Islands on the 1st April, 1906. 

Exchange with the Malay I'eninsula (Federated States) through the British Office 
commenced on 1st September, 1905. 

In the interest of remitters it was deemed advisable to change the mode of service 
for Bosnia, Herzegovina and Montenegro from Great Britain to Austria on the 1st 
November, 1905. .The charges made by the British Offices for the intermediary service 
are now saved to remitters. 

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C— 4 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

6-7 EDWARD VII., A. 1907 
APPENDIX C— Continued. 

Advices for British Bechuannland and Basutoland have been forwarded via Cape 
Colony since 1st December, 1905, and remitters save the charges previously made by 
British Office. 

Arrangements are being made for direct exchanges vv-ith the Bahamas, Mexico, 
Panama Canal Zone and Holland and negotiations are also under way to improve the 
service with Jamaica, Turks Island and the United Kingdom. 

The average value of Money Orders issued during the year was fl7.11, and the 
average commission received from the public was 10 -459c. 

The total receipts from all sources amounted to $253,444.22, and the total 
expenditure, including the salaries of the inside service at Ottawa, to $215,720.83 
leaving an excess of receipts over expenditure of $37,723.39. 

Tlie average value of money orders issued in Canada, including both the local and 
foreign classes, and the average commission received thereon are shown in the following 
statement embracing the past eleven years : — 



1896. 

1897 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905. 

1906 



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17 
46 
63 
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51 
28 
10 
86 
81 
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9-063 

9-371 

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10-908 

10-651 

9-204 

9-285 

9-417 

10-054 

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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

APPENDIX C— Continued. 
The following statemfent shows the receipts and expenditure for the year : — 

Receipts. 

Commission from public $ 227,845 77 

Profit in exchange with other countries 21,848 65 

Void money orders issued between 1st July, 1904 and 31st March, 1905. . 3,749 80 



$ 253,444 22 

Expenditure. 

Salaries at head office, Ottawa : — 

Permanent clerks $43,696 97 

Temporary clerks 8,853 80 

.f 52,550 77 

Approximate cost of clerical force employed at money order duties in city 

offices 39,000 00 

Commis.sion paid to postmasters at country offices 98,210 05 

Balance of commission paid other countries 18,040 72 

Printing and stationery for head office $ 1,301 85 

One typewriter and cabinet 125 00 

1,426 85 



Financial papers and journals 16 00 

Printing, stationery, date stamps, etc., outs de service . , 6,476 44 



f 215,720 83 



Exce.ss of receipts over expenditure $ 37,723 ^9 



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APPENDIX C— Continued. 

MONEY ORDER TRANSACTIONS. 

Analysts of the Money Order Business of the Dominion of Canada for the Year ended 

June 30th, 1906 



Total number and amount of Money Orders issued in- 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba . 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon 



Total number and amount of Money Orders issued. 
Total number and amount of Money Orders paid in — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba '. . . .. 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon t 



Total number and amount of Money Orders paid. . 
Total amount of Money Orders is.sued and paid. 



Number 

of 
Orders. 



877,G07 
381,112 
227,983 

94,370 

15,225 
204,082 
103,116 

83,857 
175,943 

15,254 



2,178,549 



900,043 

382,147 

149,525 

83,786 

16,078 

183,239 

40,163 

34,037 

79,043 

1,864 



Amount. 



Total. 



$ cts. 

i 
13,67.5,198 33 

6,738,405 53 

3,338,281 51 

1,555,231 43 

259,657 07 
4,033,928 30 
2,061,006 87 
1,395,301 72 
3,005,314 24 

693,348 37 



37,355,673 37 



1,869,925 



13,800,006 31 

6,717,276 98 

2,664,087 65 

1,526,937 74 

314,176 49 

3,891,1)49 66 

1,083,098 87 

819,256 74 

1,910,386 04 

82,696 26 



32,809,872 74 



70,165,546 11 



MONEY ORDER TRANSACTIONS C-7 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 24 

APPENDIX C—Continued. 

MONEY ORDERS. 

The number of otiices situated in each of the several f provinces of the Dominion on 
the 30th June, of each year for the past seven years was^as follows : — 

1900. 1901. 1902. J 903. 1904. 1905. 1906. 

Ontario 830 843 885 898 917 991 1,040 

Quebec 386 39!) 485 509 543 629 663 

Nova Scotia 209 211 221 229 2.33 264 272 

New Brunswick 134 137 137 137 139 151 158 

Prince Edward Island 19 21 23 24 26 33 33 

Manitoba 106 112 126 130 1?6 162 180 

Northwest Territories 59 63 70 75 82 110 

Saskatchewan 108 

Alberta 56 

British Columbia 103 115 115 118 129 145 loO 

Yukon 1 3 4 5 9 9 10 

Total 1,847 1,904 2,066 2,125 2.214 2,494 2,676 

The number of money orders issued in each of the provinces during the past six 
years is shown in the following statement : — 

1900-1901. 1901-1902. 1902-1903. 1903-1904. 1904-1905. 1905-1900. 

Ontario 546,8<')0 655,471 735,481 798,448 806.308 877,607 

Quebec 157,766 210.652 25.3,492 297,202 329,033 381,112 

Nova Scotia 139.573 170,091 193,843 214,236 204,723 227,983 

New Brun.swick 61,019 72,559 80.101 87,543 88,388 94,370 

Prince Edward Island 9,179 11,724 13,040 14,320 13,761 15,225 

Manitoba 64,821 104,766 136,261 160,981 173,194 204,082 

Northwest Territories..- 39,920 59,112 86,6.51 113,180 131,681 .^ 

Saskatchewan 103,116 

Alberta 83,857 

Briti.sh Columbia 112,3.51 134,499 11.5,295 163.016 159,883 175,943 

Yukon 19,5.35 27,255 24,541 20,307 17,159 15,254 



Total 1,151,024 1,446,129 1,668,705 1,869,2.33 1,924.130 2,178,549 

The total sums received in each province for money orders issued during the same 
years were as follows (cents omitted) : — 

1900-1901. 1901-1902. 1902-1903. 1903-1904. 1904-1905. 1905-1906. 

Ontario .$7,705,065 $9,347,038 $10,57.5,103. $11,495,293 $12,315,191 $13,675,198 

Quebec 2,528,416 3,460,116 4,248,119 4,997,871 5,702,802 6,738,405 

Nova Scotia 2,002,531 2,4.55,330 2,795,685 3.050,530 2,958,799 3,338,281 

New Brunswick 926,226 1,100,059 1,221,.593 11347,418 1,410,827 1,555,231 

Prince Edward Island 130,020 176,287 202,687 232,855 237,220 259,657 

Manitoba 1,025,190 1,949,597 2,603,237 2,903,959 3,456,425 4,033,928 

Northwest Territories 647,192 1,049,556 1,476,920 1,822,408 2,4.39,394 

Saskatchewan 2,061,007 

Alberta 1 395 302 

British Columbia .'.".'.'..'..! ' "'i,'9.5i^289 2,383i669'' 2,518,225' ^925^88 3,029,673 3',6b5','314 

Yukon 1,034,328 1,627,750 1,226,633 877,289 799,144 693,348 



Total $17,956,257 $23,549,402 $26,868,202 .$29,652,811 $32,349,475 $37,355,673 



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