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T. F. WOODS & CO'S CANADIAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY Containing Accurate lists of all the Newspapers and Periodicals published in the Dominion of Canada and Province of Newfoundland. Montreal T. F. Wood & Co., Publishers, No. 162 St. James Street, 1876.
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SECTION II. FIRST NEWSPAPERS IN CANADA.
The first newspaper in Canada, the Quebec Gazette, was founded in 1764. It was in existence to within a year ago-the aged parent and acknowledged patriarch of the press of British America. The second was the Halifax Weekly Recorder, started in 1769, by one Anthony Henry, and edited by Capt. Buckley. It has long ceased to exist. Next in order is the Montreal Gazette, established by one Mesplets from Philadelphia, in 1778, and originally printed in French and English. It may be curious here to note, as illustrative of the mutations incident to time and circumstance, that this paper, chiefly known through the greater portion of its career for an unbending advocacy of Conservatism and Monarchy in their most pronounced phases, is indebted for its origin and birth to an American revolutionist, an American annexation movement, and, an American invasion of Canada. Mesplets, a practical printer, came into Montreal as an attache of a Deputation sent hither from the Philadelphia Congress directed to follow in the wake of Montgomery's Army, which occupied the city in 1775. The object of the Deputation was to endeavour to estrange the Canadians from their allegiance, and by specious overtures, lure them to a peaceful declaration for the Government of the United States. Dr. Benjamin Franklin, one of the Deputation, and than whom none knew better the uses of the Press in such an emergency, suggested the bringing with them the complete plant of a printing-office, and, by manifestoes, circulars, and suchlike, to spread broadcast among the inhabitants the objects of their mission and the beauties of annexation in particular. The experiment, Mesplets doing the mechanical work, was tried, and it is needless to say, failed signally, the Deputation returned home; the printer alluded to, however, remaining in Montreal, where he continued the office, erected in what is now known as "Custom House Square," and a short time subsequently put forth an eight-column weekly sheet called the GAZETTE; the journal in embryo we have to day. It was long the only paper in the province, next to its namesake of Quebec. The history of these two papers as may be easily inferred, is replete with interest, they having been pioneers in the field of provincial journalism, and surviving every vicissitude of fortune that falls inevitably to the lot of all who would mould and lead public opinion. Both journals have passed through many ownerships since establishment, and represented from time to time, especially the Quebec Gazette, nearly every shade of political and social opinion. The GAZETTE of Montreal under the late Robert Abraham, an accomplished writer, first came prominently into public favour. James Moir Ferres and others succeeded, but with varied success until it passed into the management of the late firm of Lowe & Chamberlin. Under their control it became at once the acknowledged and energetic organ of the Conservative party in Quebec province, and continues such but with largely increased favour, to the present time. In 1870 the Messrs T. & R. WHITE, formerly of the Hamilton SPECTATOR, assumed possession, changing the shape, and improving the general makeup of the paper. Mr. Thomas WHITE, JR. is the editor-in-chief, and under him, the GAZETTE has greatly advanced in circulation and influence; the vigor, brilliancy, and high tone of its editorials commending it to the respectable classes everywhere, while its prompt and accurate news-reports render it of more than ordinary value in that connection generally. The GAZETTE is the oldest living paper in the Dominion. Following in the order of dates we turn for the moment to Ontario. In consulting that interesting volume by the Rev. H. Scadding, D. D., entitled "Toronto of Old" we find the Niagara Constellation existed in 1799, and was undoubtedly the next paper published in British America after the Montreal Gazette. The York Gazette followed three years later. The CONSTELLATION continued several years, and was the only paper of general information in the then wilderness of the west, known as Upper Canada; it has long ceased to exist. The Halifax Royal Gazette came next in 1801. It was the official organ of the Government and as such continues. The Quebec Mercury follows next in order, and was issued first in 1805, by the late Thomas Cary, father of the present proprietor. The MERCURY had long extensive influence in the country previously to the union of Upper and Lower Canada in 1840: it is still vigorous. In the early day mentioned it was a compendium of all that pertained to news, politics and debate. Cppies of the Mercury from the first number bound in volume, are to be found in not a few of our public libraries; and so curious and valuable were the early numbers considered that they have been deemed worthy a place in the British Museum; London, where they be seen. [See Quebec Mercury 1807 in Mercantile Library, Montreal] The Quebec Le Canadien, founded in 1806, succeeded, and still circulates among the French portion of the ancient capital. The St. John's Royal Gazette and Newfoundland Advertiser was established in 1807; and similar to its namesake of York (Toronto) and Halifax, was the Government official organ. It still exists. Ushered into being in 1809 and next in order of establishment, we find, the Montreal Herald. This journal founded by a wholesale merchan named Kay, subsequently in 1824, lapsing into the hands of Mr. Archibald Fergusson, as the organ of the Presbytan body, and the property still later of a well known citizen named Wier, has, in common with the Montreal Gazette, long wielded an important and wide influence, and may be said to have disputed through a protracted career, the palm with the latter paper for public favour. The HERALD was long edited by a gentleman of distinguished ability, named Kinnear; and to his ready and trenchant, but polished pen, may be attributed the high position it attained to in his day, and which, with kindred qualities in his successors, it has never since lost. Mr. Adam Thom held the management some time previously to Mr. Kinnear, and his ability did conspicuous service to its columns. The paper has long been the organ-in-chief in Quebec province of the English speaking section of the extreme Liberal Party, the battles of whom it has fought through good and evil report, with a consistency and firmness that may be said to have won the respect even of opponents. The HERALD is owned by a publishing Company. The Hon. E. GOFF PENNY, now of our Dominion Senate, and long a partner in the concern, is the chief editor. The HERALD editorials are conspicuous, for an easy argumentative style in which all shadow of the sensational or fine writing, is rigorously eschewed. Commercial topics in particular, receive from it a diligent oversight which has rendered its columns in relation thereto a valuable desideratum among merchants. Its discussions generally, are marked by caution and a careful regard to the truth of statements before using them; an element in the paper we need hardly say, which has had its due reward in an increased confidence among readers of all classes, and with it, a proportionably increased circulation. Next in order of establishment we have the Kingston, Ont. Chronicle- to which has been added the title News-dating 1810. This paper is the oldest that has continued to live in Ontario. It is also the seventh oldest in the Dominion. While its contemporaries one by one have dropped away, the CHRONICLE AND NEWS has stood its ground through all vicissitude and is still fresh and vigorous. Mr. James Shannon is the present proprietor, and his paper has a substantial circulation. The Halifax Acadian Recorder, founded in 1813, is the next oldest living journal. We might speak to almost endless length of papers founded at an early period, everywhere from Ontario to Newfoundland, but which ceased almost with their birth. Such recapitulation is unnecessary. We have seen that the Niagara Constellation (1799), was the first after the Montreal Gazette. A short-lived paper, the Canada Guardian, edited by Joseph Wilcox, was published in Toronto in 1807. The Niagara Spectator followed in 1819. This was a stirring paper and lived some years. It was edited by one Robert Gourley, a state prisoner incarcerated in Niagara jail. Gourley aired with vehemence, his political wrongs in the SPECTATOR, and was subsequently banished. The next paper was the Colonial Advocate, established in Toronto, in 1824, by the political agitator WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE. Mackenzie assailed the Tory Government of the day with unsurpassed virulence, and for it, his presses and types were thrown into Toronto Bay, in 1826. He subsequently founded the Message, which dropped, when shortly after he went into banishment, but resumed on his return. Among other journals established but now forgotten, were the Examiner, British Colonist, Canadian Review, Loyalist, &c., Toronto. Pilot, Advertiser, Telegraph, Transcript, and others of even more early date, Montreal. Three Rivers, Quebec and the Maritime provinces have all had similarly, papers, from time to time of note but such live only in the past. After the Halifax Acadian Recorder, the oldest living paper is the Halifax Chronicle, and with it, the Brockville (Ont.) Recorder, founded each in 1820. The CHRONICLE is edited by a gentleman well known in political circles and a distinguished parliamentarian- the HON. CHARLES ANNAND. The Brockville Recorder is the second oldest weekly paper in Ontario. It is edited now by Leavitt and Southworth. (An evening edition of the RECORDER is now in its third year.) The St. Catharines Journal stands next, having been established in 1824; it has now a daily. La Minerve, Montreal, follows in order, having been founded in 1826, by the late Eon. Louis M. Morin. It stands high as the leading organ of French Conservatism in Quebec province. Its editorials are conspicuous for vigor and point. MR. DUVERNAY, the editor, has long been known in the political warfare of parties in the province. Mr. Dansereau is also associated in the conduct of its columns. The Toronto Christian Guardian was established in 1829, and is the next; it is a weekly journal in the interest of the Wesleyan Methodist body, and was long conducted, by the founder of the Ontario Common School system, the Rev. Dr. EDGERTON RYERSON; the Rev. E. H. DEWART is present editor; the GUARDIAN, after forty-seven years, still preserves its ancient vigor and usefulness. The Woodstock, (N. B.) Carleton Sentinel and Picton (Ont.) Gazette, were the next in 1830, succeeded by the Cobourg (Ont.) Star in 1831; the Yarmouth (N. S.) Herald, and the St. Andrews (N. B.) Standard, followed in 1833; the Sherbrooke (Que.) Gazette was also established in this year. The Gazette is among our very best rural journals, being well edited, and having a wide influence in what is known as the "Eastern Townships;" BRADFORD BROTHERS are the publishers. The Kingston British Whig, established in 1834, follows the Gazette, and with it we couple the Belleville Intelligencer, founded in the same year. The WHIG claims notice as being the first daily paper estlablished in Ontario; and as such has the high honour of being the father of that order of journalism in the west! DR. BARKER, one of the oldest settlers of Kingston, and well known in Canada political circles, was the editor and proprietor down to 1871; it is now conducted by his nephew, Mr. E. J. BARKER PENSE, and is the Kingston organ of the Reform party. The Whig editorials are forcible, and the status of the journal first class. The Belleville Intelligencer, also 1834, was long owned by MR. MCKENZIE BOWELL, sometime grand master of the Ontario Orange Association; it has latterly become a daily, and is published by a joint-stock company; 1834 appears to have been a period of newspaper founding, as the Prescott Telegraph and Perth Courier were also started in that year. Proceeding in order, we have the St. John (N. B.) News, established in 1836, and the Halifax Christian Messenger in same year. In bringing our review of journalism down thus far, we have preserved the dates of establishment in consecutive order, as near as possible, link by link, from the first in 1764 to the two last papers named. We will notice now, but in perhaps less order, the papers that remain, to which age, &c. would seem to attach any interest. The Ottawa Citizen was established in 1841, and was long known as "Bell's paper," having been conducted many years by the late Robert BELL, M.P.P. for Carlton County (Ont.) previous to Confederation. The Toronto Globe appears next, and stands first, and pre-eminently the prince of newspapers in the Dominion. Established in 1844, by the late Peter Brown in conjunction with his son, the present Hon. GEORGE BROWN, as a tri-weekly and shortly after as a daily, it has gone on increasing in circulation and political power, until its name has become a synonym of whatever is strong in Canadian journalism. The Globe, from its inception, has been in the interest of the Reform party of the country; and has been the means of advancing not a few of that shade of politics to position and preferment, not the least conspicuous of whom may be named the proprietor himself. The name of the Hon. GEORGE BROWN is so completely one with that of the GLOBE, that, to disassociate them, would be to rend the fabric. It would be impossible in our space to give even an outline of the career and management of this newspaper, suffice it, that it is immediately controlled by the GLOBE PUBLISHING COMPANY of which Mr. BROWN is Managing Director and principal shareholder. Mr GORDON BROWN, brother of the former, has been for many years one of its chief writers. The Hon. William McDougall, long conspicuous in Canadian politics, and sometime governor of Manitoba, was also for years a principal writer. The GLOBE is distinguished for keen and forcibly written editorials; and, what, perhaps, has more than anything else given it its present position-the promptness, fullness, and accuracy of its telegraphic news-reports. No labour, no expense, is spared, when a piece of fresh news is to be obtained. It has its branch offices in all the principal cities, and telegraphic correspondence in all the towns of the Dominion, also in London, England, cable telegrams from which may almost daily be seen in its columns. With such adjuncts, it is not surprising that the Globe takes the lead of all contemporaries. With the Reform party, it is needless to say it has ever been the pronounced mouthpiece and oracle; and to them it is indebted in large measure for its success. The Montreal Weekly Witness commenced in 1846, passing successive1y into tri-weekly in 1856 and daily in 1860, and scarcely need say, has attained a high place among our Dominion newspapers. The Witness is essentially a religious-temperance daily, and the conspicuously moral tone of its columns, coupled with its vigor from its inception in the cause of temperance, has in large degree, secured for it its present position. The Hamilton Spectator established in 1848, by the late ROBERT R. SMILEY, was long the leading conservative paper in Ontario; it is still vigorous and has a large circulation; it is owned by Lawson, McCulloch & Co. The Hamilton Times, London Advertiser, London Herald and London Free Press, Toronto Leader, Brantford Courier, and a long list of minor papers, daily and weekly, were established between 1848 and the succeeding decade: The papers named, are first-class in their kind, and comprise some of the best enterprise and talent to be found in the Dominion. We append a few words upon one or two daily papers of quite recent date, that have taken, both in influence and circulation, a leading stand in their respective localities, in common with their contemporaries already mentioned. The St John, N. B. Daily Telegraph, established in 1869, deserves special mention, not less for its sound political and commercial standing than for the high literary character it has maintained since its inception. Mr. William Elder, a gentleman of distinguished culture, has long been its chief editor and proprietor. The Montreal Evening Star was established in 1869, and claims attention for the independent stand it has taken since its establishment. On all matters, social or political, the STAR has exhibited an energy of discussion and a freedom of opinion at once commendable. The paper was established by Messrs Marshall & Co., but almost immediately after was purchased by Mr. HUGH GRAHAM, a young man nearly connected with the late E. H. Parsons of the old Evening Telegraph, a writer sufficiently known in his day. After long connection with the financial department of the Telegraph, and subsequently of the Gazette, Graham entered upon his enterprise of building up the STAR. How well he has succeeded, the paper to-day tells; for, after much struggle, small beginnings and fiercest rivalry, it stands forth at once the equal of any evening journal in the Dominion. This is attested by its circulation, which has so largely increased within the past two years. The STAR is printed on a "Prestonian" press, capable of turning off ten thousand copies per hour. The paper, from the first, has commended itself to the masses by the curt matter-of-fact style of its editorials, and the vigor with which it advocates the interests of the working-man. In a word, the STAR is one of a class of journals to be found in every large metropolis, and to the well-being of which, its presence is sufficiently essential. The Toronto Mail, established in 1870, is the second most extensive journal in point of size, circulation and influence in Ontario. Like its rival the Globe, it expends large sums in obtaining latest news. It has agencies in Montreal, and some other principal cities, and the telegrams and general reports found in its columns, are marked by promptitude and accuracy. The MAIL is the organ of the Conservative Party in Ontario; and perhaps on no journal can a greater amount of editorial talent be found. It has a substantial circulation throughout the Dominion, and its influence is daily and deservedly on the increase. It is printed by a company, of which T. C. Patterson is manager; this gentleman is also editor-in chief. We close this sketch by briefly remarking on the strides assumed by journalism in Canada within the last ten years. Statistical figures might be adduced to exhibit what those strides, at once so substantial in themselves, have actually been; such, however, we believe unnecessary; facts are patent enough to every observer. The increase in immigration, the opening up of railway communication, the extension and perfecting of telegraphy, and, more than all, the completeness and efficiency of our school-systems throughout the Dominion, have worked changes not to be mistaken. Every city has its round of dailies-every village and hamlet, its one to three weeklies. These are the sure indices of our national progress and enlightenment; the unerring registers that mark our advancement as a people now, and shall continue to do so in the future. What the next twenty years may effect, it is not for us to predict. That our law-makers may work for the good of the people and facilitate the press, by the lowest possible postage laws, &c. is what all must desire.
A LIST OF THE NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND PROVINCE OF NEWFOUNDLAND, ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWNS, GIVING NAME, DAYS OF ISSUE, FORM, SIZE, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER YEAR, DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT, EDITOR'S AND PUBLISHER'S NAMES, CIRCULATION, ETC. BRITISH COLUMBIA
NANIMO Free Press; Semi-weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $4.00; established 1874; George Morris, editor and publisher. NEW WESTMINSTER; Mainland Guardian; Semi-weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 24x32; subscription $7.50; established 1869; J. K. Suter, editor and publisher; circulation 500, estimated. VICTORIA British Colonist; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; sizes-daily 23x32, weekly 28x43; subscription- daily $10.00, weekly $5.00, established 1859; D. W. Higgins, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 450, weekly 840, estimated. VICTORIA Standard; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; daily, four pages, weekly, eight pages; size-daily 23x32, weekly, 32x46; subscription-daily $l0.00, weekly $5.00; established 1870; A. DeCosmos, editor; T. H. Long & Co., publishers; circulation-daily 600, weekly 800, est.
MANITOBA
ST. BONIFACE, Le Metis; Saturdays; French; four pages; size 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 1871; N. D. Gagnier, editor and publisher; circulation, 500, estimated. WINNIPEG, Nor Wester; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Mondays; four pages; size-daily 18x24, weekly 24x36; subscription-daily $12.00; weekly $2.00; established 1874; A. J. Belch, managing editor, Nor Wester Printing and Publishing Company, publishers; B. L. Barber, business manager. WINNIPEG, Manitoba Free Press; Saturdays; eight pages; size 28x44, subscription $1.60; established 1874; W. F. Buxton, editor; Kenny & Luxton, publishers. WINNIPEG, Manitoba Gazette; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2.00; established 1872; Brokorski & Carruthers, editors and publishers; circulation 750, estimated. WINNIPEG, Standard; Saturdays; four pages; size 27x42; subscription $3.00; established 1870; Coldwell & Cunningham, editors and publishers; circulation 750.
NEW BRUNSWICK
CHATHAM Northern Herald; Semi-weekly, Mondays and Tuesdays; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $2.00; established 1875; M. A. Tracy, editor and publisher; circulation 820. CHATHAM, St. Lawrence Advance; Fridays; four pages; size 27x39; subscription $1.50; established 1874; D. G. Smith, editor and publisher; circulation 600. FREDERICTON Colonial Farmer; Mondays; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.50; established l863; Lugrin & Son, editors and publishers; circulation 2,700. FREDERICTON, New Brunswick Reporter; Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; size 25x36; subscription $2.00; established 1814; T. H. Hogg, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,000 MONCTON TIMES; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x39; subscription $1.00; established 1868; H. T. Stevens, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500. Moncton is the centre of the Railway system of the Maritime Provinces, and is a rapidly growing town. NEWCASTLE, Union Advocate; Wednesdays four pages; size 24x39; subscription $1.00; established 1867; W. & J. Anslow, editors and publishers; circulatlon 1,440. SACKVILLE Borderer; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1875; J. Alonzo Bowes, editor and publisher; circulation 1,200. SACKVILLE, Chignecto Post; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1870; W. C. Milner, editor and publisher; circulation 960. SACKVILLE, Eurhetorian Argosy; Monthly; twelve pages, size of page 9x12; subscription 50c.; established 1875; W. R. Knight, editor; Eurhetorian Society of Mt. Allieton Wesleylan College, publishers, issued during the college year. ST. ANDREWS Standard; Wedneedgys tour pages; size 22x32; subscription $2.50; established 1833; A. W. Smith, editor and publisher circulation 600. ST. JOHN Globe; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays, four pages; size 27x40; subscription-daily $5.00, weekly $1.00 established daily 1859, weekly 1860; John W, Ellis & Christopher Armstrong, editors and publishers; circulation-dai1y 2,200, weekly 1,600, estimated. ST. JOHN News; every morning except Sunday; Tri-weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription-daily $5.00, Tri-weekly $2,50, weekly $1.00; established 1839; Edward Willis, editor, Willis & Mott, publishers; circulation- daily 3,900, tri-weekly 700, weekly 4,500, estimated. ST. JOHN Telegraph; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x41 subscription- daily $5.00, weekly $1.00; established 1865; Wm. Elder, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 4,400, weekly 8,250. ST. JOHN Tribune; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays; four pages; size-daily 24x34, weekly 28x41; subscription-daily $5.00, weekly $1.00; established 1872; J. L. Stewart, editor, M. McLeod, business manager; circulation- daily 1,500, weekly 1,200, ST. JOHN Freeman; Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription-tri-weekly $2.50, weekly $1.50; established 1851; T. M. Anglin, editor and publisher; circulation-tri-weekly 1,500, weekly 1,200, estimated. ST. JOHN Christian Visitor; Wednesdays; Baptist; four pages; size 29x44; subscription $2.00; Rev. I. E. Bill, editor, Barnes & Co,, publishers; circulation 2,000. ST. JOHN New Dominion; Saturdays; eight pages; size 17x24; subscription $1.00; established 1866; G. W. Day, editor and publisher; circulation 1,800, ST. JOHN Presbyterian Advocate; Saturdays; Presbyterian; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2.00; established 1869; Wm. Elden, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500. ST. JOHN Religious Intelligencer; Fridays; Free Baptist; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $2.00; established 1854; Rev. J. McLeod, editor and publisher; circulation 1,800. ST. JOHN Maritime Trade Review; Monthly; twenty-four pages; size 9x11;\ subscription $1.00 established 1874; Ira Cornwall, Junr., editor and publisher; circulation 3,500. ST. JOHN Watchman; Saturdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1875; John Livingstone, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,700. ST. JOHN Temperance Journal; Monthly; Temperance; four pages; size 19x27; subscription 40c.; established 1871; S. B. Patterson, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. ST. STEPHEN Journal; Wednesday; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1872; James Dow, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500, estimated. ST. STEPHEN, St Croix courter; Thursdays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.75 established 1865; David Main, editor and publisher: circulatIon 1,500. SHEDIAC, Le Moniteur Acadien; Thursdays, French; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2.00; established 1867; Fred. Robidoux, editor and publisher: circulation 1,122. WOODSTOCK, Carleton Sentinel: Saturdays; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.60; established 1849; Samuel & James Watt, editors and publishers; circulation 1,560. WOODSTOCK, British Templar; Monthly; Temperance; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 50 cts.; S. & J. Watt, editors and publishers; circulation 1,000.
NOVA SCOTIA
AMHERST Gazette; Fridays; four pages; size 25x41; subscription $1.50; established 1866; J. Albert Black, editor and publisher; circulation 1,050. ANNAPOLIS, Nova Scotia Farmer and Annapolis Times; Wednesdays; four page; size 23x32; subscription $1.50; established 1867; Henry Fisher, editor and publisher; circulation 950. ANTIGONISH Casket; Thursdays; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1.50; established 1852; Angus Boyd, editor and publisher; circulation 800, estimated. BERWICK Star; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00 established 1866; James A. Halliday, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. BRIDGETOWN Monitor; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1.50; established 1873; Sancton & Piper, editors and publishers; circulation 700. HALIFAX Acadian Recorder; every evening except Sunday; and Tri-weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; four pages; size 26x37; subscription-daily $5.00, Tri-weekly $2.50; established 1813; Blackadder Broth's., editors and publishers; circulation-daily 1,900, tri-weekly 900. HALIFAX Chronicle; every morning except Sunday, Fri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Nova Scotian; Mondays, daily and tri-weekly, four pages, weekly, eight pages; size 27x40; subscription-daily $5.00, tri-weekly $2.50, weekly $1.00; established-daily 1865, weekly 1820; Charles Annand, editor and proprietor; circulation-daily 3,000, tri-weekly, 2,600, weekly 2,000, est. HALIFAX Evening Express; every morning except Sunday, and Tri-weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; four pages; size 27x42; subscription-daily $5.00, tri-weekly $2.50; established 1862; Compton & Co., editors and proprietors; circulation-daily 800, tri-weekly 1,050, estimated. HALIFAX Morning Herald; every morning except Sunday, Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription-daily $5.00, tri-weekly $2.60, weekly $1.00 established 1875; Herald Printing and Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. HALIFAX Reporter and Times; every evening except Sunday,and Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription -daily $5.00, tri-weekly $3.00; established 1860; Joseph C. Crosskill editor and publisher; circulation-daily 2,000, tri-weekly 1,500, estimated. HALIFAX Citizen; tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Saturdays; tri-weekly, four pages; weekly, eight pages; size 29x41; subscription-tri-weekly $2.50, weekly $1.00; established 1863; Citizen Publishing Co., editors and publishers; circulation-triweekly 2,100, weekly 5,400. HALIFAX Christian Messenger; Wednesdays; Baptist; eight pages; size 26x38; subscription $2.00; established 1838; Stephen Selden, editor and publisher; circulation 2,600. HALIFAX Mayflower; Saturdays; Literary; eight pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; established 1871; F. H. Baker, editor and publisher; circulation 3,000. HALIFAX Nova Scotian; (see Morning Chronicle.) HALIFAX Presbyterian Witness; Saturdays; Presbyterian; eight pages; size 27x39; subscription $2.00; established 1848; James Barnes, editor and publisher; circulation 1,700. HALIFAX Provincial Wesleyan; Saturdays; Methodist; four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2.00; established 1836; Rev. A. W. Nicholson, editor and publisher; circulation 3,500. HALIFAX Royal Gazette; Wednesdays; eight pages; size 20x24; subscription $3.00; established 1801; H. W. Blackadder, editor and publisher; circulation 800; printed at the office of the Acadian Recorder. HALIFAX Dalhousie Gazette; Bi-weekly; twelve pages; size 9x12; subscription 50 cts.; established 1818; Students of Dalbousie College, editors and publishers; circulation 600, estimated; issued during the College year. HALIFAX Journal of Education; Monthly; sixteen pages; size of page 9x14; subscription $1.00; established 1873; Blackadder Broth's, publishers; circulation 1,600. HALIFAX Home and Foreign Record of the Presbyterian Church; Monthly thirty-two pages, octavo; James Barnes, publisher; do not insert advertisements. HALIFAX Monthly Record of the Church of Scotland; thirty-two pages, octavo; subscription 60 cts.; established 1855; Synod Committee, editors and publishers; W. G. Fender, secretary; circulation 2,500. HALIFAX, Nova Scotia Journal of Agriculture; Monthly; Agricultural; eight pages; size 18x24; subscription 50 cts.; Professor Lawson, editor, A. & W. McKinlay, publishers; circulation 1,000. KENTVILLE, Western Chronicle; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.25; established 1873; King's Co. Publishing Co'y., editors and publishers; J. A. Cogswell, business manager; circulation 750. LIVERPOOL Advertiser; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2.00; established 1873; G. Thomas Moore, editor, Liverpool Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 950. NEW GLASGOW Eastern Chronicle; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.75; established 1840; Robert McConnell, editor and publisher: circulation 1,500. NORTH SYDNEY Herald; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1872; A. C. Bertram, editor, North Sydney Printing Co., publishers; circulation 1,400. PICTOU Colonial Standard; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2.00; established 1848; Archibald K. Knight, editor and publisher: circulation 1,300. PORT HAWKESBURY, News of the Week; Tuesdays; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1.00; established 1873; Logan & Grant, editors and publishers; circulation 625; circulation steadily increasing, only paper between Antigonish and Sydney, 120 miles-in the centre, between four Counties without any paper. Port Hawkesbury is the Cape Breton terminus of the Louisbourg Railway now provided by the Government. Coal mines in close proximity. SYDNEY, Cape Breton Times; Mondays; four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2.00; establisbed 1872; Cape Breton Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 1,220. TRURO Sun; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; establisbed 1871; W. B. Alley, editor and publisher; circulation 1,200. WINDSOR Mail; Thursdays; four pages; size 22x21; subscription $1.50; established 1867; M. Curry, editor and publisher; circulation 700. YARMOUTH Herald; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x41; subscription $2.00; established 1833; Alexander Lawson, editor and publisher; circulation 2,500. YARMOUTH Tribune; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1855; R. Huntingdon, editor and publisher; circulation 1,200, estimated.
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ALLISTON Star; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x36 subscription $1.00; establisbed 1870; W. H. Hender, editor and publisher; circulation 740. ALMONTE Gazette; Friday; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.00; established 1867; Win. Temnpleman, Junr., editor and publisher; circulation 2,100. AMHERSTBURG Echo; Fridays; four pages; size 27x40; established 1874; subscription $1.50; Balfour & Auld, editors and publishers; circulation 900. ARNPRIOR Canadian Times; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1863; M. T. Haldane & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 600; printed at the office of the Times, Aylmer, P. Q. ARNPRIOR Star; every morning except Sunday; Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; size-daily 12x18, weekly 27x40; subscription-daily $250, weekly $1.00; estabIished 1874; J. H. Nicholson, editor and publisher; circulation daily 300, weekly 800. ARNPRIOR Review; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1871; Nicholson & Cowan, editors and proprietors; circulation 1,100. ARTHUR Enterprise; Thursdays; eight pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.25; established 1872; W. S. Johnson, editor and publisher; circulation 900. AURORA Banner; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1862; Lundy Brothers, editors and publishers; circulation 850. AYLMER Paper; Fridays; eight pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1863; John C. Paukhurst, editor and publisher; Circulation 900. BARRIE Examiner, Thursdays; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.00; established 1864; B. R. Nicholson, business manager, W. H. Nicholson & Son, publishers; circulation 1,250. BARRIE Northern Advance; Thursdays; tour pages; size 28x42; subscription $1.00; established 1852; Wesley & King, editors and publishers; circultion 1,032. BELLEVILLE Intelligencer; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 24x36, weekly 30x45; subscription- daily $5.00, weekly $1.50; established 1834; Intelligencer Printing and Publishing Co., editors and publishers, W. A. Shepard, manager; circulation- daily 650, weekly 2.000. BELLEVILLE, Ontario every evening except Sunday, and Ontario Chronicle; Fridays; four pages; size-daily 24x35, weekly 28x46; subscription.-daily $5.00, weekly $1.50; established-daily 1870, weekly 1842; Ontario Publishing Company, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 545, weekly 3,000, estimated. BERLIN Journal; Thursdays; German; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $2.00; established 1859; John Motz, editor; Bettinger & Motz, publishers and proprietors; circulation 1,625. BERLIN Telegraph; Fridays; four pages; size 26x41; subscription $1.50; established 1852; Alexander Macpherson, editor and publisher; circulation 950. BETHANY, Manvers Standard; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1872; Alfred E. Hayter, editor and publisher; circulation 800; circulates principally amongst a very wealthy and prosperous agricultural class; good advertising medium. BOBCAYGEON, Independent; Saturdays four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1869; C. E. thewart, Junr., editor and publisher; circulation 800. BOLTON, British Standard; Fridays; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $1.00; established 1812; J. N. Bolton, editor and publisher; circulation 516. BOTHWELL Advance; Fridays; four pages; size 24x34; established 1872; subscription $1.00; George H. Ewan, editor and publisher; circulation 550; the best local paper with largest circulation in County. BOTHWELL Times; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.00; established 1875; James F. Crate, editor and publisher; circulation 600, estimated. BOWMANVILLE, Canadian Statesman; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1855; W. R. Climie, editor and publisher; circulation 1,040, estimated. BOWMANVILLE Merchant; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription 75 cts.; established 1869; Rev. C. Barker, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000; printed at the office of the Observer. BOWMANVIILE Observer; Wednesdays; Bible Christian; eight pages; size 27x38; subscription $1.50; established 1866; Rev. C. Barker, editor and publisher; circulation 1750. BOWMANVILLE, West Durham News; Fridays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.60; established 1875; J. A. Wilkinson, editor and proprietor; circulation 960. BRACEBRIDGE, Free Grant Gazette; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1812; B. F. Stephenson, editor and publisher~ circulation 600, estimated. BRACEBRIDGE, Northern Advocate; Fridays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.00; established 1869; David Courtney, editor and publisher; circulation 650. BRADFORD, South Simcoe News; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1866,; F. S. Broughton, editor and publisher; circulation 776. BRAMPTON, Conservator; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; A. F. Campbell editor, Beyuon & Campbell publishers; circulation 850. BRAMPTON, Peel Banner; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1867; Alexaader Dick, editor and publisher; circulation 900. BRAMPTON Times; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1864; George Tye, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,000, est. BRANTFORD Courier; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 23x33, weekly 27x40; subscription-daily $4.00, weekly $1.00; established 1841; Henry Lemmon, editor and proprietor; circulation-daily 500, weekly 2,000, estimated. BRANTFORD Expositor; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 23x31, weekly 27x41; subscription-daily $5.00, weekly $1.50; established 1852; W. C. Trimble & Co., publishers, W. Watt, Junr. editor; circulation-daily 700, weekly 2,500. BRANTFORD, Brunt Union; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1872; Josh T. Johnston, editor and publisher; circulation 990. BRANTFORD, Canada Temperance Advocate; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; Thomas Webster, editor and publisher. BRANTFORD, Zion Church Pulpit; Monthly; twenty-four pages; size of page 5x7; subscription $1.00; issued from office of Brantford Expositor. BRIGHTON Ensign; Fridays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $1.00; established 1871; Peter Begg, editor and publisher; circulation 768. BROCKVILLE Recorder; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; four pages; size-daily 27x40. weekly 30x46; subscription-daily $3.00, weekly $1.50; established-daily 1873, weekly 1820; Leavitt & Southworth, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 450, weekly 2,000. BROCKVILLE Monitor; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1855; McMullen & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 1,000, estimated. BRUSSELS Post; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1873; McGillicuddy Brothers, editors and publishers; circulation 860. CALEDONIA, Grand River Sachem; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1856; Thomas Messenger, editor and publisher; circulation 900, estimated. CAMPBELLFORD Herald; Tuesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.25; established 1873; Vosper Brothers, editors and publisher; circulation 700, estimated. CANNINGTON, North Ontario Gleaner; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1870; James Currie, editor and publisher; circulation 550. CARLETON PLACE, Central Canadian; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2.00; established 1876; W.W. Cliff, editor and publisher. CARLETON Place Herald; Wednesdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1850; James Poole, editor and publisher, circulation 3,000. CAYUGA, Haldimand Advocate; Fridays; four pages; subscription $1.00; established 1867; E. C. Campbell, editor and publisher, circulation 550, est. CAYUGA, Sentinel; Fridays; four pages; size 24x32; subscription $1.00; established 1857; Thomas Messenger, editor and publisher; circulation 620, estimated. CHATHAM Planet; Tri-weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Weekly, Thursdays; four ages; size-tri-weekly, 24x36-Weekly, 26x44; subscription-Tri-weekly, $3.00; Weekly, $1.60; established 1851; Rufus Stephenson, editor and proprietor; circulation-tri-weekly, 1,000; Weekly, 2,000, estimated. CHATHAM, Banner; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $1.50; established 1865; J. B Gemmill, editor and proprietor; circulation, 1,200. CHATHAM, Missionary Messenger; Semi-monthly; Methodist; four pages; size 22x32 subscription $1.25; established 1865; Rev. R. R. Disney & A. R. Abbott, M. D., editors, British Methodist Episcopal Church publishers; circulation, 1,000. CLINTON, New Era; Thurdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1865; E. Holmes & Son, publishers; B. Holmes, editor; circulation 720. COBOURG, Sentinel; Saturdays; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $1.50; established 1861; Daniel McAllister, editor and publisher; circulation 1,008. COBOURG, Star; Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2.00; established 1831; Floyd & Son, editors and publishers; circulation 700, est. COBOURG, World; Fridays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.00; established 1864; Henry Hough, editor and publisher; circulation 800, est. COLBORNE, Express; Thursdays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $1.00; established 1867; George Keyes, editor and publisher; circulation 528. COLLINGWOOD, Bulletin; Wednesdays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; established 1870; D. Robson, editor and publisher, circulation 744. COLLINGWOOD, Enterprise; Thursdays; four pages; size 29x45; subscription $1.50; established 1860; J. Hogg, editor and publisher; circulation 700, estimated. COOKSTOWN Advocate; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; P. H. Stewart, editor and publisher; circulation 600, est. COOKSTOWN, Canadian Templar; four pages; size 20x28; subscription 75c.; established 1872; P. H. Stewart, editor and publisher. CORNWALL, Gazette; Saturdays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.00; established 1810; George Burden, editor and publisher; circulation 800, est. CORNWALL, Freeholder; Fridays; four pages; size 25x36; subscription $1.50; established 1846; A. McLean, editor and publisher; circulation 820. DRAYTON New Era; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription; $1.25; established 1875; Proctor Brothers, editors and publishers; circulation 600, est. DRESDEN Times; Thursdays; eight pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1872; McSwean & Struthers, editors and publishers; circulation 750. DUNDAS Standard; Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.50; established 1874; E. G. Hart & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 800, estimated. DUNDAS, True Banner; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1857; James Somerville, editor and publisher, circulation 1,400. DUNNVILLE, Gazette; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1870; Charles B. S. Black, editor and publisher; circulation 750. DUNNVILLE, Monk Reform Frees; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.00; established 1873; L. J. Wetherby, editor and publisher; circulation 960. DURHAM, Chronicle; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1867; John A. Johnston., editor and publisher; circulation 750. EGANVILLE Enterprise; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1875; J. M. Simpson, editor and publisher; circulation 500. ELMIRA, Anzeiger; Thursdays; German; four pages; size 27x4l; subscription $1.50; established 1870; Gebruder Delion, editor and publisher; circulation 700. ELORA, Lightning Express; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.60; established 1872; Shaw & Townsend editors and publishers; circulation 650. ELORA Observer; Fridays; Four pages; size 29x45; subscription $1.50; established 1858; John Smith, publisher; circulation 900. ELORA, Standard; Fridays; four pages; size 27x39; subscription $1.50; established 1874; Stewart & Melrose, editors and publishers; circulation 750. EMBRO, Planet; Wednesdays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $1.00; established 1869; G. W. Dawson, editor and publisher; circulation 900. EMBRO Review; Wednesdays four pages; size 22x29; subscription $1.00; established 1869; Alexander Hay, editor and publisher; circulation 600, estimated. EXETER, Times; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1873; White & Sons, editors and publishers; circulation 900. FERGUS News Record; Thursdays.; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.25; J. & R. Craig, editors and publishers; circulation 2,100; Liberal in politics, the only paper in Fergus, no other within 30 miles north or east. FORREST Express; Saturdays; four pages; size 25x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; James M. Moore, editor and publisher; circulation 750, est. GALT, Dumfries Reformer; Wednesdays; four pages; size 30x45; subscription $2.00; established 1850; Mowatt & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 1,050, est. GALT, Reporter; Fridays; four pages; size 34x45; subscription $2.00; established 1847; Jaffray Brothers, editors and publishers; circulation 1,150, estimated. GANANOQUE Reporter; Saturdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1872; Freeman Britton, editor and publisher; circulation 550. GEORGETOWN, Halton Herald; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1866; T. J. Starret, editor and publisher; circulation 750. GLENCOE, Transcript; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1871; W. Sutherland, editor and publisher; circulation 600. GODERICH, Huron Signal; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1848; Allan & Dickson, editors and publishers; circulation 3,009. GODERICH, Star; Fridays; four pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1866; A. C. Simmons, editor and publisher; circulation 1,400. GUELPH Herald; every morning except Sunday; Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; size-daily 22x29; weekly 29x46; subscription-daily $4.00, weekly $1.50; established-daily 1869, weekly 1847; Marsh & Co., editors and publishers; circulation-daily 600, weekly 2,600. GUELPH Mercury; every evening except Sunday; Weekly, Thursdays; daily- four pages; Weekly eight pages; size-Daily 22x29, Weekly 36x48; subscription-daily $4.00, Weekly $1.50; established-daily 1867, Weekly 1854; Innes & Davidson, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 600, Weekly 5,700. HAMILTON Spectator; every evening except Sunday; and Weekly, Wednesdays; four page; size-daily 28x41, weekly 30x44; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.50; established 1846; Lawson, McCulloch & Co., editors and publishers; circulation-daily 3,000, weekly 5,500, estimated. HAMILTON, Times; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; four pages; size-daily 28x41, weekly 30x45; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.60; established 1854; Times Printing Company, publishers; Dr. Keely, L.L.B., M.D., M.R.S., editor; circulation-daily 4,250, weekly 4,000, estimated. HAMILTON, Canada Christian Advocate; Wednesdays; Methodist; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.50; established 1845; Rev. S. G. Stone, editor, Rev. J. McLaren, publisher; circulation, 4,500. HAMILTON, Canadische Evangelist; Wednesdays; German; twelve pages; size of page 9x12; subscription $1.50; established 1873; Rev. Chas. S. Ely, B.A., editor and publisher; circulation 1000. HAMILTON, Canadische Volkszeitung; Thursdays; German; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2.00; established 1872; C. Marxhausen, editor and publisher; circulation 900. HAMILTON, Nrw Dominion; Saturdays; eight pages; size 28x44; subscription $2.00; established 1868; S. F. Wilson, editor and publisher; circulation 4,750. HAMILTON, Craftsman and Canadian Masonic Record; Monthly; 32 pages, octavo; subscription $1.50; established 1866; J. J. Mason, editor and publisher; circulation 2,300. HAMILTON, Deutsche In Canada; Monthly; German; 40 pages; size of page, 9x12; subscription $2.00; established 1872; C. Marxhausen, editor and publisher; circulation 600. HARRISTON, Tribune; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1872; Robert Elliott, editor; J. Robertson, publisher; circulation 1,020. HUNTSVILLE, Liberal; Weekly; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1875; E. F. Stephenson, editor and proprietor. INGERSOLL, Canadian News; Fridays; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $l.00; established 1865; A. M. Constable, editor and publisher; circulation 1,100. INGERSOLL, Chronicle; Thursdays; four pages; size 30x34; subscription $1.50; established 1853; G. F. Gurnett, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500. INGERSOLL, Oxford Tribune; Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1873; Harry Rowland, editor and publisher; circulation 1,200. KEENANSVILLE, Cardwell Sentinel; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1873; George P. Hughes, editor and publisher; circulation 500. KINCARDINE, Bruce Reporter; Thursdays; four pages; size 28x43; subscription $1.50; established 1867; Crabbe & Brownell, editors and publishers; circulation 900. KINCARDINE, Review; Thursdays; four pages; size 29x44; subscription $2.5O; established 1857; T. C. Bartholomew & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 875. KINGSTON, British Whig; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; four pages; Size 27x41; subscription-daily, $6.00, Weekly, $1 .50; established 1835; E. J. Barker Pense, publisher; circulation-daily, 800, weekly 1500. KINGSTON, News; every evening except Sunday, and Chronicle and News, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 24x36, weekly 27x41; subscriptions-daily $6.00, weekly $1.50; established 1834; James Shannon, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 750, weekly 1500, estimated. LEAMINGTON, Erie Post; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1874; Chas. H. Fox, editor and publisher; circulation 700. L'ORIGNAL, Advertiser; Wednesdays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription-$1.50; established 1869; Watson Little, editor and publisher; circulation 750. LINDSAY, Canadian Post; Fridays; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $1.50; established 1855; Chas. D. Barr, editor and publisher; circulation 1700. LINDSAY, Victoria Warder; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $1.00; established 1856; James Cooper, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,200. LISTOWELL, Banner; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.50; established 1866; G. S. Davidson, publisher; circulation 1,400. LONDON, Advertiser; every evening except Sunday, and Liberal and Western Advertiser; Fridays; daily 4 pages, and weekly 8 pages; size of daily 28x40, weekly 40x55; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.50; established 1862; John Cameron & Co., editors and publishers; circulation daily 3,500 weekly 19,000. LONDON, Evening Herald; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 26x40, weekly 29x45; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.00; estabLished 1851; M.D. Dawson & Co., editors and publishers; circulation-daily 1,500, weekly 10,000. LONDON, Free Press; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; size of daily 28x45, weekly 8 pages; size 40x55; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $2.00; Josiah Blackburn, editor; Free Press Printing Co., publishers; circulation- daily 2,700, weekly 11,000. LONDON, Agent's Companion; Monthly; eight pages; size of page 7x10; subscription 25c.; established 1875; Companion Publishing Co., editors and publishers; circulation 5,000. LONDON, Huron Diocesan and Collegiate Recorder; Monthly; Episcopal; eight pages; size 27x4l; subscription $1.00; established 1874; Rev. H. R. Darnell, editor and publisher; issued from office of the Free Press. LUCKNOW, Sentinel; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1873; David B. Boyd, editor and publisber; circulation 500. MARKHAM, Economist; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.50; established 1856; H. El. Corson, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,300. MARKDALE, Expositor; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.25; established 1875; Geo. F. Blyth, editor and proprietor; circulation 600, est. MEAFORD, Monitor; Semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays; four pages; Weekly, eight pages; semi-weekly, size 21x28; weekly, 29x43; subscription-semi-weekly $2.00, weekly $1.50; established-semi-weekly 1874; weekly 1868; Hugh Watt, editor and publisher; circulation-weekly 960, est. MILLBROOK Messenger; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1857; Alfred E. Hayter, editor and publisher, circulation 950. Published in the centre of one of the wealthiest and best settled districts in the Dominion. First class advertising medium. Music Book Store in connection with the office. MILTON, Canadian Champion; Thursdays four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1859; Wallace & Panton, editors and publishers, circulation 1,550. MILTON, NEWS; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1874; T. H. Burns, editor and publisher; circulation 600, est. MINDEN, NEWS; Fridays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; Sarney & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 600, estimated. MITCHELL Advocate; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1860; W. R. Davis, editor, Davis Bro's., publishers, circulation 2,350. MORRISBURGH Courier; Fridays; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription $1.50; established 1862; Hugh C. Kennedy, editor and publisher; circulation 1,450. MORRISBURGH Dundas Co. Herald; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1874; Arthur Brown, editor and publisher; circulation 875. MOUNT FOREST, Confederate; Tuesdays, eight pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1867; Stovel Bros., editors and publishers; circulation 875. MOUNT FOREST Examiner; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1860; John McLaren, editor and publisher, circulation 750 est. NAPANEE, Canada Casket; Fridays; Temperance; eight pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; establised 1870; Rev. Wm. Scott, editor, Henry & Broths, publishers; circulation 4,000. NAPANEE Express; Thursdays; eight pages; size 29x46; subscription $1.50; established 1862; Thomas W. Casey, editor and publisher; circulation 1,600. NAPANEE, Ontario Bearer; Saturdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1870; Templeman & Beeman, editors and publishers; circulation 2,500. NAPANEE Standard; Thursdays; eight pages; size 28x43; subscription $1.50; established 1853; Rev. William Scott, editor; Henry & Broths, publishers; circulation 1,300. NAPANEE, Herald of Progress; Monthly; eight pages; size 23x36; subscription 25c.; established 1874; Thomas Lawless, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500. NEWSTADT Waechter am Saugeen; Thursdays; German; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2.00; established 1868; V. Lang, editor, Lang & Neirgarth, publishers; circulation 650. NEWBURGH, Addingten Bearer; Fridays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $1.00; established 1870; C. J. Beeman, editor and publisher; circulation 700. NEWBURGH, Addington Reporter; Wednesdays; four pages; size 26x36; subscription $1.25; Established 1875; R. B. Smith, editor; Newburgh Printing Co'y., publishers; managers, W. J. Pappa & Bros.; circulation 800. NEW HAMBURG, Canadisches Volksblatt; Wednesdays; German; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1854; Pressprich & Ritz, editors and publishers; circulation 780. NEWMARKET Courier; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.25; established 1867; Geo. H. Fox, editor and publisher; circulation 960. NEWMARKET, Era; Fridays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.50; established 1852; Erastus Jackson, editor and publisher; circulation 1,550. NORWICH, Standard; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1876; H. G. Pilcher, editor and publisher. NORWOOD, Register, Thursdays; four pages; size 23x34; subscription $1.00; established 1871; Thos. Burke, editor and publisher; circulation 450. OAKVILLE, Argus; Fridays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; established 1869; F. J. Brown, editor, McKay & Brown, publishers; circulation 750. OAKVILLE, Express; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2.00; established 1875; E. Bailey, editor and publisher; circulation 600, est. ORANGEVILLE, Advertiser; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1868; F. Monro, editor and publisher; objects to stating circulation. ORANGEVILLE Sun; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.50; established 1860; John Foley, editor and publisher; circulation 1,100, est. ORILLIA Expositor; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1867; P. Murray, editor and publisher, circulation 850. ORILLIA Packet; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1870; Hale Brothers, editors and publishers; circulation 955. ORILLIA Times; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; estimated 1873; Times Printing and Publishing Company, publishers, D. J. Beaton, editor; circulation 800. OSHAWA, Ontario Reformer; Fridays;. four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1871; F. W. Glen, publisher, J. F.. Tambly, manager; circulation 900. OSHAWA, Vindicator; Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1868; Luke & Larke, editors and publishers; circulation 975. OTTAWA, Citizen; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; daily, four pages; weekly, eight pages.-size, daily, 26x40, weekly 40x52; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $2.00: established-daily 1864, weekly 1841; Citizen Printing and Publishing Company, editors and publishers. OTTAWA, Free Press; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size-daily 25x37, weekly 38x52; subscription- daily $6.0O, weekly $2.00; established 1869; Chas. W. Mitchell, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 1,800, weekly 2,500. OTTAWA, Times; every morning except Sunday, and weekly Fridays; daily four pages; size 28x42; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.00; established 1867; McLean, Roger & Co., editors and publishers; circulation- daily 1,800; weekly 2,400. OTTAWA, Le Courrier d'Outaouais; every day except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; French; four pages; size 25x38; subscription-daily $5.00, weekly $1.50; established 1869; Grison, O'Donoghue & Co., editors and publishers; circulation, daily, 1200. OTTAWA, Canada Gazette; Saturdays; Government of Canada, publishers; subscription $4.00; inserts Legal, Parliamentary and Government advertisements only. OTTAWA Standard; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2.00; established 1875; Alexander Robertson, editor; Grison, O'Donoghue & Co., publishers; circulation 2,000. OTTAWA Volunteer Review; and Military and Naval Gazette; Tuesdays; sixteen pages; quarto; subscription $2.00; established 1867; Dawson Kerr, editor and publisher; circulation 2,000, estimated. OTTERVILLE Argus; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; W. C. Holland, editor and publisher; circulation 700. OWEN SOUND Advertiser; Thursdays; tour pages; size 29x45; subscription $1.50; established 1862; James H. Little, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,100, estimated. OWEN SOUND, Comet; Thursdays; four pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1850; Owen Van Dusen, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. OWEN SOUND, Times, Fridays; four pages; size 30x45; subscription $1.50; established 1853; David Creighton, editor and publisher; circulation 1,300. The Times has a much larger circulation than any other paper published in the County of Grey, occupying a recognised position as the leading journal of this section of country. It is read by all classes, and presents an unrivalled medium to those wishing to place their announcements before the public of Grey and Bruce. PAISLEY Advocate; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.25; established 1874; John A. Murdoch, editor and publisher; Circulation 750. PALMERSTON Progress; Thursdays; four pages; size 21x27; subscription $1.00; established 1874; A. Armour, editor and publisher; circulation 600. PARIS Star; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.50; established 1850; W. G. Powell, editor and publisher; circulation 1,300. PARIS, Transcript; Fridays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1869; H. Patterson, editor and publisher; circulation 1,050. PARKHILL Gazette; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1870; Wallace Graham, editor and publisher; circulation 2,028. PARRY SOUND, North Star; Mondays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; Thomas J. McMurray, editor and publisher; circulation 500. PEMBROKE, Observer; Fridays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.00; established 1856; Robert C. Millar, editor and publisher; circulation 1,300. PEMBROKE Standard; Tuesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1873; James Miller, Jr., editor and publisher; circulation 800. PERTH Courier; Fridays; four pages; 29x43; subscription $1.50; established 1834; J. H. Walker, editor, Walker Brothers, publishers; circulation 1,600. PERTH Expositor; Thursdays; four pages; size 31x47; subscription $1.50; established 1861; T. A. Cairns, editor and publisher; circulation 1,250. PETERBOROUGH Examiner; Thursdays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.50; established 1853; James Stratton, proprietor; circulation 1,200. PETERBOROUGH Review; Fridays; four pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.50; established 1853; Robt. Romaine, editor and publisher; circulation 1,450. PETERBOROUGH Times; Saturdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $7.50; established 1872; E. J. Toker, editor, W. H. Robertson, publisher; circulation, 1,300. PETROLIA Advertiser; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1869; Richard Herring, editor, and publisher; circulation 1,000. PICTON Gazette; Fridays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.00; established 1836; S. M. Conger & J. W. Conger, editors, S. M. Conger & Brothers, publishers; circulation, 1,100. PICTON, New Nation; Saturdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1866; Bidwell Way, editor and publisher; circulation 950. PICTON Times; Tuesdays; four pages; size 27x40 subscription $1.00; established 1854; Francis F. Aitkin, editor and publisher; circulation 850. PORT DOVER, Erie Sun; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1874; D. C. White, editor and publisher; circulation 600. PORT DOVER, Independent; Fridays; four pages; size 25x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; James Riddle, editor and publisher; circulation 700. PORT ELGIN, Free Press; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1870; H. J. Benner, editor and publisher, circulation 624. PORT HOPE, Guide; Saturdays; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $1.00: established 1852; Geo. Wilson, editor and publisher; circulation 1,250. PORT HOPE, Times; Thursdays; eight pages; size 31x47; subscription $1.50; established 1862; J. B. Trayes, editor and publisher, circulation 1,750. PORT PERRY, North Ontario Obseryer; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1858; Baird & Parsons, editors and publishers; circulation 600, estimated. PORT PERRY Standard; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1866; E. Mundy, editor and publisher; circulation 600. PORT ROWAN, Spirit of the Age; Thursdays; four psges; size 28x40; subscription $1.50; established 1874; S. Luscombe, Jnr., publisher; circulation 640. PRESCOTT Telegraph; Wednesdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.60; established 1847; Byrne & Anderson, editors and publishers; circulation 1,100. PRESCOTT Plaindealer; Fridays; eight pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1876; C. Cliffe, editor and publisher; circulation 760. PRINCE ARTHUR, Thunder Bay Sentinel; Thursdays; four pages; size 22x32; established 1875; subscription $2.00; M. Hagan, editor and publisher; circulation 800. RENFREW Mercury; Fridays; four pages; size 23x33; established 1871; subscription $1.00; Albert Smallfield, editor and publisher; circulation 650. RICHMOND HILL, York Herald; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1859; Alexander Scott, editor and publisher; circulation 700. RONDEAU News; Fridays; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1.00; established 1873; Hugh Doherty & Co., editor, and publishers; circulation 600, estimated. ST. CATHARINES, Journal; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; four pages; size-daily 23x31, weekly 28x41; subscription-daily $4.00, weekly $1.00; established 1824; Montgomery & Cuff, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 1200, weekly 1800. ST. CATHARINES, News; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; four pages; size-daily 24x36, weekly 27x42; subscription-daily $4.00, weekly $1.00; established 1872; R. Mathieson, editor, Mathieson & Meek, publishers; circulation-daily 1,100, weekly 1,500. ST. CATHARINES, Times; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 24x36, weekly 27x40; Subscription-daily $4.00, weekly $1.00; established 1868; P. E. W. Moyer, editor and publisher: circulation-daily 500, weekly 1200, estimated. ST. MARYS, Argus; Thursdays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1857; J. J. Crabbe, editor and publisher; circulation 1,250. ST. THOMAS, Times; Semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Weekly Thuredays; four pages; size-semi-weekly 25x37, weekly 31x45; subscription- semi-weekly $3.00, weekly $1.50; established 1871; J. Wilkinson, editor and publisher; circulation-semi-weekly 1,000, weekly 2,000. ST. THOMAS, Canadian Home Journal; Semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays; eight pages; size 28x40; subscription $1.50; established 1859; A. McLachlin, editor and publisher; circulation 3,000. ST. THOMAS Despatch; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1851; C. Burke & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 1,800. SARNIA, Canadian; Wednesdays; four pages; size 31x48; subscription $1.50; established 1861; Canadian Printing Company, editors and proprietors: circulation 1,500 estimated. SARNIA Observer; Fridays; four pages; size 31x47; subscription $1.50; established 1854; J. R. Gemmill & Son, editors and publishers; circulation 1,250, estimated. SAULT STE. MARIE, Algoma Pioneer; Fridays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $2.00; established 1875; W. H. Carney, editor and publisher. SAULT STE. MARIE, Northern Light; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1875; M. L. Aldrich, editor and manager; Kelly, Turner & Co., proprietors; circulation 900 estimated. SEAFORTH, Huron Expositor; Fridays; eight pages; size 29x43; subscription $1.50; established 1867; McLean Brothers, editors and proprietor; circulation 2,650. SIMCOE, British Canadian; Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1861; Wm. Wallace, editor and proprietor; circulation 900. SIMCOE, Norfolk Reformer; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1857; W. R. Griffin, publisher; circulation 950. SMITH'S FALLS, News; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1875; W. M. Keith, editor and publisher; circulation 800. STRATFORD, Beacon; Fridays four pages; size 30x45; subscription $2.00; established 1857; Alexander Mathieson, editor and publisher; circulation 2,600. STRATFORD; Canadischer Colonist; Wednesdays; German; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1863; Schmit & Scherer, editors and publishers; circulation 975. STRATFORD, Herald; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1867; James Robb, editor and proprietor; circulation 2,100, est. STRATFORD Times; Wednesdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.00; established 1876; H. T. Butler, editor and manager. STRATFORD, Canadian Journal of Oddfellowship; Monthly; thirty-six pages, octavo; subscription $1.50; established 1875; C. T. Campbell, editor; Oddfellows Printing and Publishing Association, publishers. STRATHROY, Age; Fridays; eight pages; size 28x41; subscription $1.00; established 1867; H. McColl, editor and publisher; circulation 1,100. STRATHROY, Western Despatch; Fridays; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $1.50; established 1861; A. Dingman, editor and publisher; circulation 965, estimated. STRATHROY, Ontario Teacher; Monthly; thirty-two pages, octavo; subscription $1.25; established 1873; Rosa & McColl, editors and publishers; circulation 1,300. TEESWATER News; Wednesdays; four pates; size 23x33; subscription $1.25; established 1873; Thomas Fairbairn, editor and publisher; circulation 600. THAMESVILLE Express; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1874; B. L. Chipman, editor and publisher; circulation 650. THORNBURY, Union Standard; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1873; J. Farewell, editor and publisher; circulation 750. THOROLD Post; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1875; McCay & Bone, editors and proprietors; circulation 700, estimated. TILSONBURG Observor; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1863; William S. Law, editor and publisher; circulation 880. Only paper in this section, Canada Southern, Great Western Air Line and Brantford, Norfolk and Port Burwell Railways in town. Fine Water Power. Town and Manufactures growing fast. Fine Agricultural and Lumber country. Farmers in good circumstances, and Manufacturers and Merchants prospering. No better field for advertisers. Rates Low. TIVERTON Watchman; Wednesdays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $1.00; established 1874; James Mann, editor and publisher; circulation 600, estimated. TORONTO, Globe; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; daily four pages, weekly sixteen pages; size of daily 29x45, weekly, size of page, 13x18; subscription.-daily $6.00, weekly $2.00; established-daily 1844, weekly 1849; Hon. George Brown, editor; The Globe Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; circulation-daily 24,500, weekly 50,000 estimated. TORONTO Leader; every morning and evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; eight pages; size-daily 36x49, weekly 36x52; subscription- daily, morning edition $5.00, evening edition $2.50, weekly $2.00; established 1853; James Beaty, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 4,000, weekly 5,000, est. TORONTO Mail; every morning and evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-daily 31x45, weekly 32x50; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.50; Mail Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; T. C. Patterson, business manager; circulation-daily 14,500, weekly 16,000. TORONTO Sun and National; every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size-daily 20x27, weekly 27x41; subscription-daily $4.00, weekly $1.50; established 1872; Sun Printing and Publishing Co., editors and publishers; Barrett & Smallpiece, managers; circulation-daily 3,000, weekly 4,000. TORONTO Advertiser; Saturdays; eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1871; Edward Dewine, editor and publisher; circulation 5,000. TORONTO, British American Presbyterian; Fridays; Presbyterian; eight pages; size 27x41; subscription $2.00; established 1872; C. Blackett Robinson, editor and publisher; circulation 5,000. TORONTO Canadian Baptist; Thursdays; Baptist; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2.00; established 1854; Rev. Wm. Muir, editor; Baptist Publishing Co., publishers; Rev. Wm. Muir, business manager; circulation 3,600. TORONTO, Canadian Gentleman's Journal and Sporting Times; Fridays; Sporting; eight pages; size 27x41; subscription $4.00; established 1871; P. Collins & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 2,000, estimated. TORONTO, Christian Guardian; Wednesdays; Methodist; eight pages; size 34x46; subscription $2.00; established 1822; Rev. E. H. Dewart, editor in chief; Rev. S. Rose, publisher; circulation 12,000. TORONTO, Christian Journal; Fridays; Methodist; four pages; size, 28x24; subscription $1.50; established 1861; W. Bee, editor and publisher; circulation 1,700. TORONTO, Dominion Churchman; Weekly; Thursdays; sixteen pages; size of page 9x13; subscription $2.00; established 1875; T. H. Spencer, L. L. D., editor and proprietor; circulation 3,000. TORONTO, Irish Canadian; Wednesdays; eight pages; size 31x46; subscription $2.00; established 1863; Patrick Boyle, editor and publisher; circulation 6,000. TORONTO Monetary Times, and Trade Review; (Insurance Chronicle); Fridays; twenty pages; size of page 9x11; subscription $2.00; established 1867; J. M. Trout, business manager; circulation 3,500, estimated. TORONTO Nation; Thursdays; sixteen pages; size of page 11x15; subscription $2.00; established 1874; J. Ross Robertson, business manager; circulation 6,000, estimated. TORONTO, Orange Sentinel; Thursdays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2.00; established 1875; F. G. Bailey, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500. TORONTO Patriot; Wednesdays; four pages; size 29x44; subscription $1.00; established 1832; D. F. Hutchison, editor; James Beaty, publisher; circulation 1,700, estimated; issued from the office of the Leader. TORONTO, Tribune; Thursdays; Catholic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1874; Troy & Co., editors and publishers. TORONTO, Bee Hive; Monthly; sixteen pages; size 24x36; subscription 50c.; established 1875; Rodgers & Larminee, publishers. TORONTO, Canada Farmer; Monthly; Agricultural; twenty pages; size of page 10x14; subscription $1.50; established 1863; Globe Printing Co'y., editors and publishers; circulation estimated. TORONTO, Canada Lancet; Monthly; forty-eight pages; size of page 7x1O; subscription $3.00; established 1869; John Fulton, M. D., editor and proprietor; Willing & Williamson, publishers; circulation 1,500. TORONTO, Canada Law Journal; Monthly; Thirty-two pages, octavo; subscription $5.00; established 1855; Willing & Williamson, editors and publishers; circulation 500, estimated. TORONTO, Canadian Independant; Monthly; Congregational; forty-eight pages, octave; subscription $1.00; established 1854; Canadian Independant Publishing Company, publishers; circulation 1,150, estimated. TORONTO, Canadian Magazine; Monthly; Literary; sixty-four pages, octavo; subscription $2.00; established 1871; Robt. Ridgeway, editor, Irving, Flint & Co., publishers; do not insert advertisements. TORONTO, Canadian Monthly and National Review; Literary; ninety-four pages, Octavo; Subscription $3.50; established 1871; Adam Stevenson & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 2,500. TORONTO, Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal; Monthly; Forty-eight pages, octavo; subscription $3.00; established 1868; E. B. Shuttleworth, editor, O. Hodgetts, publisher, circulation 800. TORONTO, Home and Foreign Record; Monthly; Presbyterian; thirty-two pages, octave; subscription 60 cents; established 1861; Committee of Canada Presbyterian Church, editor and publishers; do not insert advertisements. TORONTO Journal of Education; Monthly; sixteen pages; size of page 9x12; subscription $1.00; established 1848; Dr. J. George Hodgins, editor; Government of Ontario, publishers; circulation 5,000. TORONTO Local Courts and Municipal Gazette; Monthly; subscription $2.00; Henry O'Brian, editor, Copp, Clark & Co., publishers; circulation 350, est. TORONTO, Sunday School Banner; Monthly; twenty-four pages, octavo; subscription 75 cents; established 1867; Rev, W. H. Withrow, M. A., editor, Rev. S. Rose, publisher; circulation 4,000. TORONTO Bible Society's Recorder; Bi-Monthly; twenty-four pages, octavo; subscription 20 cents; established 1870; Robert Baldwin, editor, Upper Canada Bible Society, publishers; circulation 7,500; do not insert advertisements. TORONTO Sanitary Journal; Bi-Monthly; thirty-six pages, octavo; subscription $1.00; established 1874; Edward Playter, M. D., editor and publisher. TRENTON Courier; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25; established 1874; George Young, editor and publisher; circulation 800. UXBRIDGE Guardian; Fridays; eight pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; established 1873; Wm. Pemberton, editor and publisher; circulation 700. UXBRIDGE Journal; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x42; subscription $1.00; established 1869; F. Keller, editor and publisher; circulation 900. WALKERTON Bruce Herald; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1860; Wm. Brown, editor and publisher; circulation 1,100, est. WALKERTON Glocke; Thursdays; German; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2.00; established 1870; J. Klein, editor and publisher; circulation 750. WALKERTON Telescope; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1869; Joseph Craig, editor and publisher: circulation 1,224. WALLACEBURG Western Advocate; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x32; subscription $1.00; established 1872; Asa Cronk, editor and publisher; circulation 650. WATERFORD Star; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1874; P. J. Peirce, editor and publisher. WATERLOO Chronicle; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1855; Thomas Hilliard, editor and proprietor; circulation 800. WATFORD Advocate; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1875; Rose & Bole, editors and publishers; circulation 800. WATFORD Guide; Fridays; tour pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1875; James C. Tye, editor and proprietor; circulation 800. WELLAND Telegraph; Fridays; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1.00; established 1863; N. B. Colcock, editor and publisher; circulation 1,050. Published in the County Town on the line of the Welland Canal, admitted the best advertising medium by reason of its spicy local columns. WELLAND Tribune; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1859; J. J. Sidey, editor and publisher; circulation 1,248. WHITBY Chronicle; Thursdays; four pages; size 28x43; subscription $1.50; established 1856; W. H. Higgins, editor and publisher; circulation 1,600. WHITBY Gazette; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1.50; established 1862; Charles Taylor, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,150. WINDSOR Essex Record; Fridays; four pages; size 29x44; subscription $1.50; established 1860; Stephen Lusted, editor and publisher; circulaLion 1,020. WINDSOR Essex Times; Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1876; John Lewis, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. WINGHAM Advance; Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1873; James Fleuty; editor and publisher; circulation 760. WINGHAM Times; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41.; subscription $1.50; established 1872; A. C. Osborne, editor and publisher; circulation 760. WOODSTOCK Review; Fridays; eight pages; size 30x45; subscription $1.50; established 1869; F. J. Gissing, editor and publisher; circulation 3,500. WOODSTOCK Sentinel; Fridays; four pages; size 29x45; subscription $1.50; established 1865; G. R. Pattullo, editor and publisher; circulation 1,200, est. WOODSTOCK Times; Fridays; four pages; size 27x4l; subscription $1.50; established 1852; Swan & Beeman; editors and publishers; circulation 1,500.
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ARTHABASKAVILLE, L'Union des Cantons de L'Est; Thursdays; French; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1866; P. L. Tousignant, editor and proprietor; circulation 600, estimated. AYLMER Times; Wednesday; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1856; H. T. Haldane & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 900. BEAUHARNOIS, L'Ayenir de Beauharnois; Thursdays; French; four pages; size 18x24; subscription $1.26; established 1875; L. A. Prudhomme, editor, E. S. Manny & Co., publisher; circulation 600. BRYSON, Pontiac Advance, Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription, $1.00; established 1872; James T. Pattison, editor and publisher; circulation 700. CAPE ROUGE, Annales de la Bonne Ste. Anne de Beaupre; Monthly; French; twenty four pages; size 4x8; subscription 35 cents; established 1873; Rev. N. A. Leclerc, editor and publisher; circulation 16,000. CAPE ROUGE, Le Naturaliste Canadien; Monthly; French; thirty-two pages, octavo; subscription $2.00; established 1868; Rev. L. Provancher, editor and publisher; circulation 500. COATICOOKE Observer; Saturdays; four pages; size 26x41; subscription $1.50; established 1869; Newman & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 1,150. COOKSHIRE, Canadian Independant; Fridays; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1.25; established 1875; A. N. Donahue, editor and proprietor. COWANSVILLE Observer; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1870; John Massie,Jr., editor and publisher; circulation 1,950. GRANBY, GAZETTE; Fridays; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $1.00; established 1856; S. C. Smith, editor and publisher; circulation 773. GRANBY, Messager Canadien; Fridays; French; four pages; size 18x24; subscription $1.00; established 1869; S. C. Smith, editor and publisher; circulation 500. GRENVILLE News; Tuesdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.00; established 1876; Thomas Dorion, editor and publisher. HULL, L'Echo de Hull; Thursdays; four pages; size 23x35; subscription $1.00; established 1873; Médéric Lanctot, editor, Grison, O'Donohue & Co., publishers; circulation 1,700. HUNTINGDON, Canadian Gleaner; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1863; Robt. Sellar, editor and publisher; circulation 1,200. INVERNESS, Megantic Argus; Saturdays; four pages; size 21x27; subscription $1.00; established 1867; A. D. Campbell, editor and publisher; circulation 600. JOLIETTE, La Gazette do Joliette; Tri-weekly; French; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $3.00; established 1866; A. Fontaine, editor and publisher; circulation 500. LACHUTE, Argenteuil Advertiser; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; estabLished 1873; Thomas Hickson, editor and publisher; circulation 750. MONTREAL Gazette; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; daily, four pages; weekly, eight pages; size-daily 3Ox44, weekly 30x44; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly 81.50; established-daily 1770, weekly 1776; T. & B. White, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 5,000, weekly 7,000. MONTREAL Herald; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; daily, four pages; weekly, eight pages; size-daily 30x48, weekly 35x46; subscription-daily $6.00, weekly $1.25; established 1809; Hon. E. G. Penny, editor, Herald Printing and Publishing Co., publisher; James Stewart, business manager. Object to stating circulation. MONTREAL, Le Bien Public; every morning except Sunday, and Tri-weekly, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays; French; four pages; size 25x37; subscription-daily $6.00, semi-weekly $3.00; established 1874; L. O. David, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 2,300, semi-weekly 800. MONTREAL, La Minerve; every morning and evening except Sunday; Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and La Semaine Agricole, Fridays; French; four pages; size 26x38; subscription-daily $8.00; tri-weekly $5.00; weekly $1.00; Duvernay, Frères & Dansereau, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 5,700, tri-weekly 3,000; weekly 12,000. MONTREAL, Le National; every morning and evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; French; four pages; size 26x38; subscription- daily $6.00; weekly $2.00; established 1872; J. N. Bienvenu, editor, L. Laframboise, publisher; circulation-daily 3,400, weekly 1,500. MONTREAL, Le Nouveau Monde; every evening except Sunday; Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays; French; four pages; size 25x37; subscription-daily $6.00, tri-weekly $4.00; weekly $2.00; established 1867; Alphonse Desjardins, editor, Canadian Printing Co., publishers. Object to stating circulation. MONTREAL Star; every evcning except Sundays, and Family Herald and Weekly Star, Saturdays; daily four pages; weekly eight pages; size-daily 26x42, weekly 33x50; subscription-daily $3.00, weekly $1.25, established 1869; Graham & Co., editors and publishers; circulation-daily 19,000 weekly 32,500. MONTREAL Witness; every evening except Sunday; Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; Weekly, Thursdays; daily and tri-weekly four pages; weekly eight pages; size-daily and tri-weekly 27x41, weekly 31x43; subscription -daily $3.00, tri-weekly $2.00; weekly $1.00; established-daily 1860, tri-weekly 1856; weekly 1846; John Dougali & Son, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 12,560, tri-weekly 10,275, weekly 27,500. MONTREAL Sun; every evening except Sunday; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $3.00; established 1875; Stephen J. Meany, editor, Callahan & Meany, publishers. MONTREAL, Le Franc Parleur; Semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays; French; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $3.00; established 1870; Adolphe Ouimet, editor and publisher; circulation 1,750, estimated. MONTREAL, Canadian Illustrated News; Saturdays; Literary; sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscription $4.00; established 1869; Burland-Desbarats' Lithographic and Publishing Co., editors and publishers. Object to stating circulation. MONTREAL, L'Aurore; Fridays; French; Protestant; four psges; size 23x33; subscription $1.50; established 1866; L. E. Rivard, editor and proprietor; circulation 960. MONTREAL, Le Courrier du Montreal; Wednesdays; French; eight pages; size 26x38; subscription $2.50; established 1874; L. O. David, editor and publisher; circulation 2,000; issued simultaneously at Montreal and Worcester, Mass. MONTREAL, L'Opinion Publique; Thursdays; French; Illustrated; twelve pages; size of page 11x16; subscription $3.00; established 1869; Burland-Desbarats' Lithographic & Publishing Co., publishers. Object to stating circulation. MONTREAL True Witness and Catholic Chronicle; Fridays; eight pages; size 30x42; subscription $2.00; established 1850; Rev. A. J. O'Reilly, D. D., editor; J. Gillies, publisher; circulation 3,500. MONTREAL Canadian Messenger; Semi-Monthly; Temperance; eight pages; size 22x29; subscription 38c.; John Dougall & Son, editors and publishers; circulation 47,000. MONTREAL, Bulletin de l'Union Allet; - Monthly; French; twelve pages; size of page 9x12; subscription $1.50; established 1873; Canadian Papal Zouaves, editors and publishers; circulation 900, estimated. MONTREAL Canadian Masonic News; Monthly; forty pages; size of page 7x10; subscription $2.00; established 1875; Rev. E. M. Myers, editor and publisher; circulation 2,000. MONTREAL Canada Medical Record; Monthly; thirty-two pages; size of page 7x10; subscription $2.00; established 1873; Lovell Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; Francis W. Campbell, M. D., proprietor; circulation 1,058. MONTREAL Canadian Patent Office Record and Mechanics Magazine; Monthly; Illustrated; forty pages; size of page 8x11; subscription $2.00; established 1873; Burland, Desbarats Lithographic and Publishing Co., editors and publishers. Object to stating circulation. MONTREAL Harp; Monthly; Literary; thirty-six pages, octavo; subscription $1.50; established 1874; Callahan & Meany, editors and publishers; circulation 1,500. MONTREAL Journal of Agriculture; Monthly; Illustrated; sixteen pages; size 22x30; subscription $2.00; established 1873; J. Perrault,editor and publisher; circulation 1,200. MONTREAL, La Revue Canadienne; Monthly; French; Literary; eighty-four pages, octavo; subscription $2.25; established 1870; F. A, Quinn, editor and proprietor; circulation 1,200, estimated. MONTREAL Lower Canada Jurist; Monthly; thirty-two pages, octavo; established 1857; S. Bethune, Q. C., J. L. Morris & James Kirby, D.C.L., L.L.D., editorial committee; Lovell Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; Do not insert advertisement. MONTREAL, L'Union Medicale du Canada; Monthly; French; forty-eight pages, octavo; subscription $3.00; established 1871; Georgc Grenier, M. D., editor and publisher; circulation 700. MONTREAL, New Dominion Monthly; sixty-four pages, octavo; subscription $1.50; established 1867; John Dougall & Son, editors and publishers; circulation 3,300. MONTREAL Presbyterian Record; Monthly; thirty-two pages; size of page 6x9; subscription 25c; established 1876; James Croil, editor; Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Canada, publishers; circulation 37,000. MONTREAL Protestant; Monthly; twenty-four pages; size of pages 7x10; subscription $1.00; established 1874; F. E. Grafton, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. MONTREAL Public Health Magazine; Monthly; thirty-two pages; size of page 6x9; subscription $2.00; established 1875; George A. Baynes, M. D., editor and proprietor; circulation 1,000. MONTREAL Canadian Antiquarian; Quarterly; forty-eight pages, octavo; subscription $1.50; established 1872; Numismatic and Antiquarian Society, editors and publishers; circulation 400. MONTREAL Canadian Naturalist Quarterly; sixty-four pages, octavo; subscription $3.00; established 1856; Dawson Brothers, publishers; circulation 400. MONTREAL Dominion Printer; Quarterly; eight pages; size of page 11x14; established 1873; Dominion Type Founding Co., editor and publishers; circulation 600. NELSONVILLE News and Frontier Advecate; see St. Johns. ORMSTOWN New Dominion; Saturdays; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1.25; established 1873; Andrew Learmont Spedon, editor and proprietor; circulation 740. QUEBEC, Le Journal de St. Roch; Saturdays; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $1.00; established 1874; Leon Bossue dit Lyonnais, editor and publisher. QUEBEC Chronicle; every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription-daily $6.00; weekly $2.00; established 1840; John J. Foote, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 2,000, weekly 2,000. QUEBEC, Le Canadien; every morning except Sunday, and Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Le Cultivateur, Fridays; French; four pages; size 27x40; subscription-daily $7.00, tri-weekly $6.00, weekly $1.00; established-daily 1850, tri-weekly 1831, weekly 1874; J. J. Tarte and L. G. Desjardins, editors and publishers; circulation-daily 1,800, tri-weekly 1,500, weekly 2,500. QUEBEC, L'Evenenment; every day except Sunday, and Tri-weekly; French; four pages; size 24x36; subscription-daily $6.00, tri-weekly $4.00; established 1867; Hector Fabre, editor; S. Marcotte, publisher; circulation-daily 1,500, tri-weekly 1,600 estimated. QUEBEC, Le Journal de Quebec; every day except Sunday, and Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; French; four pages; size 24x36; subscription-daily $6.00, tri-weekly $4.00; established 1842; A. Coté, publisher; circulation-daily 1,800, tri-weekly 1,500 estimated. QUEBEC Mercury; every morning except Sunday; four pages; size 27x39; subscription $6.00; established 1805; G. T. Cary, editor and publisher; circulation 1,500 estimated. QUEBEC, La Courrier du Canada; Tri-weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; French; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $4.00; established 1857; G. Amyot, editor in chief, Leger Brousseau, publisher; circulation 1,800, estimated. QUEBEC, La Cultivateur; see Le Canadien. QUEBEC, Saturday Budget; Saturdays; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $2.50; established 1870; James Carrell, editor and publisher; circulation 1,400. QUEBEC, Gazette des Familles; Monthly; French; forty-eight pages; subscription 70 cents; established 1869; F. Bélanger, editor and publisher; circulation 3,700. QUEBEC, Journal de l'Instruction Publique; Monthly; French; sixteen pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; established 1857; Dr. Giard and N. Legendre, B.C.L, editors, Department of Public Instruction, publishers, circulation, 3,000. QUEBEC, Journal of Education; Monthly; sixteen pages; size of page 9x12; established 1857; Dr. Miles, editor, Department of Public Instruction, publishers; circulation 1,000. RICHMOND Guardian; Fridays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1857; W; B. Jones, editor and publisher; circulation 1,040. RICHMOND, Dominion Temperance Advocate; Monthly; Temperance, eight pages; size 27x41; subscription 75 cents; Wm. Bowden, editor and publisher. STE. ANNE DE LA POCATIERE, Gazette des Campagnes; Thursdays; French; eight-pages; size 17x22; subscniption $1.00; established 1863; Firmin H. Proulx, editor and publisher; circulation 1,650. ST. HYACINTHE, La Courrier de St. Hyacinthe; Tri-weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Journal d'Agriculture and Weekly Courrier, Fridays; French; four pages; size 23x33; subscription-tri-weekly $3.00, weekly $1.00; established- tri-weekly 1853, weekly 1866; F. X. Demers, editor in chief; Camille Lussier, publisher; circulation- tri-weekly, 2,100, weekly 4,000. ST. HYACENTRE Farmers Journal; Thursdays; four pages; size 12x17; subscription 50 c.; established 1870; Camille Lussier, editor and publisher; circulation 250. ST. HYACINTHE, La Revue Agricole; Monthly; French; Agricultural; twenty pages; size of page 9x12; subscription $1.00; established 1875; M. A. Keroack, editor and publisher. ST. HYACINTHE, L'Union; Fridays; French; four pages; size 24x36; established 1872; A. Denis & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 1,200. ST. HYACINTHE, Weekly Reporter; Fridays; four pages; size 18x28; subscription $1.00; established 1875; A. Denis & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 400. ST. JOHNS, Le Franco-Canadien; SemiWeekly; four pages; Tuesdays and Fridays; size 24x36; subscription $2.50; established 1860; F. G. Marchand, editor; S. Bourguignon, publisher; circulation 1,500. ST. JOHNS News and Frontier Advocate; Fridays; four pages; size 29x45; subscription $1.50; established 1848; E. R. Smith, editor and publisher; circulation 2,700. ST. JOHNS Observer; see Cowansville. SHERBROOKE- Gazette; Fridays; four pages; size 30x45; subscription $1.50; established 1833; J. Calder, editor; Bradford Bros. & Co., publishers; circulation 2,400. SRERBROOKE, La Progres; Fridays French; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.5O; established 1874; L. C. Belanger, editor; Belanger Bros., publishers; circulation 960. SHERBROOKE News; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1872; Belanger, Brothers, editors and publishers; circulation 1,200, estimated. SHERBROOKE, Pionnier de Sherbrooke; Fridays; French; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $1.50; established 1866; H. C. Cabana & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 1,400. SOREL, La Gazette de Sorel; Tri-Weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; French; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $3.00; established 1857; G. I. Barthe, M. P., editor and publisher; circulation 1,800. SOREL Pilot; Saturdays; four pages; size 12x17; subscription $1.00; established 1867; G. I. Barthe, M. P.. editor and publisher; circulation 400. SOREL, Revue Legale; Monthly; French; one hundred and twenty-eight pages, octave; subscription $5.00; established 1869; Michel Mathieu, editor and publisher circulation 300. Do not insert advertisements. STANSTEAD (Rock Island, P. Q.) Journal; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $2.00; established 1845; L. B. Robinson, editor and publisher; circulation 1,600. THREE RIVERS, La Constitutionnel; Tri-weekly; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Weekly, Thursdays; French; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $3.00; established 1868; E. Gérin, editor, J. L. Clair, publisher, circulation-tri-weekly 2,000, weekly 2,100. THREE RiVERS, La Journal des Trois-Rivieres; Semi.weekly; Mondays and Thursdays; French; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $2.50; established 1865; Gideon Désilets, editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. WATERLOO Advertiser, and District of Bedford Times; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; established 1857; Parmelee & Ingalls, editors and publishers; circulation 1,050, estimated.
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CHARLOTTETOWN Patriot; Semi-weekly; Thursdays & Saturdays; Weekly, Fridays; four pages; size-semi-weekly 27x41, weekly 24x36; subscription- semi-weekly $2.00, weekly $1.00; established 1858; Laird & Mitchell, publishers and proprietors; circulation- semi-weekly 2,000, weekly 1,500. CHARLOTTETOWN Examiner; Mondays; four pages; size 28x38; established 1848; subscription $1.62; W. L. Colton, editor, Examiner Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 1,300. CHARLOTTETOWN Herald;- Wednesdays; four pages; size 28x36; established 1862; subscription $1.46; John Caven, editor and proprietor, circulation 1,980. CHARLOTTETOWN, Island Argus; Tuesdays; four pages; size 26x38; established 1869; subscription $1.50; J. Hayden Fletcher, editor and publisher; circulation 1850. CHARLOTTETOWN, New Era; Saturdays; four pages; size 27x39; subscription $1.50; established 1874; P. R. Bowers, editor and publisher; circulation 2,000. CHARLOTTETOWN, Royal Gazette; Saturdays; eight pages; size 18x24; subscription $1.00; established 1873; P. R. Bowers, publisher; circulation 750. SUMMERSIDE Journal; Thursdays; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $1.00; established 1865; Graves & McMurty, editors and publishers, circulation 1,900. SUMMERSIDE Progress; Mondays; four pages; size 25x37; established 1867; subscription $1.20; William Welsh, publisher; circulation 1,500, estimated.
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HARBOUR GRACE, Standard; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 20s.; established 1859; A. Munn, editor and publisher; circulation 500, estimated. ST. JOHNS Chronicle; every morning except Sunday, Semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays; four pages; size-daily 21x29, semi-weekly 24x36; subscription- daily $5.00, semi-weekly $2.50; Francis Winton, editor and publisher; circulation-daily 500, semi-weeklY 600, estimated. ST. JOHNS Newfoundland Express; Tri-weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; subscription 20s.; James Seaton, editor and publisher; circulation 350, est. ST. JOHNS Courier; Semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; subscription 20s.; John Woods, editor and publisher; circulation 400, estimated. ST. JOHNS Newfoundlander; Semi-weekly; Tuesdays and Fridays; subscription 21s.; Edward Dalton Shea, editor and publisher; circulation 350. ST. JOHNS Public Ledger; Semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 18x24; subscription $4.00; F. W. Bowden, editor and publisher; circulation 400, estimated. ST. JOHNS Times and General Commercial Gazette; Semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 21x29; subscription 21s.; established 1832; John Williams McCoubrey, editor and publisher; circulation 350, estimated. ST. JOHNS North Star; Saturdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $3.00; established 1872; Robt. Winton, editor and publisher; circulation 600. ST. JOHNS Patriot and Catholic Herald; Saturdays; four pages; size 20x26; subscription $5.00; established 1833; R. J. Parsons, editor and publisher; circulation 350, estimated. ST. JOHNS Royal Gazette and Newfoundland Advertiser; Tuesdays; four pages; size 20x26; subscription $4.20; established 1807; J. C. Withers, editor and publisher; circulation 350, estimated. ST. JOHNS Telegraph; Wednesdays; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2.00; established 1856; John Thomas Burton, editor and publisher; circulation 450, estimated. ST. JOHNS Indicator; Bi-weekly; four pages; size 14x20; subscription $1.00; established 1873; F. W. Bowden, editor and publisher; circulation 300, est. ST. JOHNS Temperance Journal; Bi-weekly; Temperance; eight pages; size 18x24; subscription $1.20; established 1868; E. Brace, Agent; circulation 300, est.