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DEPOSITS received, 34% interest allowed, paid or compounded half-yearly.
DEBENTURES issued at 44%, with half-yearly interest coupons attached.
Trustees are authorized by law to invest in the Debentures of this Company.
MONEY

to Loan, in large or small sums, on approved real estate security.
Lowest rates. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO
F. G. COX,

E. R. WOOD,
Manager.

Secretary.

JUST PUBLISHED

FOREST,

LAKE & PRAIRIE. The Red, Red Wine,

TWENTY YEARS OF FRONTIER LIFE IN

WESTERN CANADA.

A TEMPERANCE STORY.

BY

By REV. JOHN MCDOUGALL.
WITH 27 ORIGINAL FULL-PAGE ILLUS-

TRATIONS, BY J. E. LAUGHLIN.
CLOTH,

$1.00.

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MR. McDOUGALL gives us in the 267 pages of this book a narrative of the first twenty years of his life, all spent on the mission fields of the Methodist Church. Born in 1812, in the then frontier village of Owen Sound, at 17 our author moved with his father, the noble, heroic George McDougall, to the North-West.

Full of thrilling interest is his description of the journey to Norway House. When they landed at Fort Garry, en route, he writes: "I climbed the banks and saw the walls and bastions of the fort, and looked out northward on the plain, and saw one house. Where that house stood now stands the city of Winnipeg." The succeeding chapters are alive with stories of adventure by food and field, and will be eagerly devoured by the boys.

The illustrations-the work of a clever young
Toronto artist-add greatly to the interest.

WILLIAM BRIGGS,
WESLEY BUILDINGS, TORONTO.

“This, as its name implies, is a temperance story, and is told in the lamented author's most graphic style. We have never read any. thing so powerful since ‘Danesbury House, and this book in stern and pathetic earnestness even excels that widely-known book. It is worthy a place in every Sunday-school and village library; and, as the latest utterances of one whose writings are so deservedly popu. lar, it is sure of a welcome. It should give decision to some whose views about Local Option are hazy." --Joyful News.

WILLIAM BRIGGS,
WESLEY BUILDINGS, TORONTO.

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ANADA

Savings Co.

Head Office : COR. KING AND VICTORIA STS.

GEO. A. COX, President.

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $2,500,000.00 RESERVE FUND,
PAID-UP CAPITAL, 1,200,000.00 | CONTINGENT PUND.
INVESTED FUNDS,

$5,200,830.09

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$315,000.00

20,134.71

DEPOSITS received, 34% interest allowed, paid or compounded ball-yearly.
DEBENTURES issued at 44%, with half-yearly interest coupons attached.
Trustees are authorized by law to invest in the Debentures of this Company.
MONEY w Loan, in large or small same, on approved real estato security.
Lowest rates. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO
F. G. COX,

E. R. WOOD,
Manager,

Secretary.

CANADIAN SHORT STORIES.

Bengough's Popular Poems.

OLD MAN SAVARIN Motley :

AND OTHER STORIES.

BY

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EDWARD WILLIAM THOMSON.

CLOTH, $1.00. CONTENTS; Old Man Bavarin-The Privilege of the Limits-McGrath's Bad Night-Great Godfrey's Lament--The Red-headed Windego -The Shining Cross of Rigaud-Little Baptiste - The Ride by Night-Drafted-A Turkey Apiece-Grand papa's Wolf Story-The Water. loo Veteran-John Bedell-Verbitzsky's Stratagem,

We have just placed on the market a Canadian Copyright Edition of these brilliant stories, most of which are distinctively Canadian in sentiment and expression. We consider it one of the most notable contributions yet made to our country's literature. Note the following press opinions.

New York Times: "His Scotch tales are scarcely inferior to those of Barrie."

Bog'on Ideas : “Many of these stories give us French-Canadian life, and all faithfully and delightfully, pictured as we have never seen presented elsewhere."

VERSES GRAVE AND GAY. Illustrated with Pen-Sketches by the Author, Hall-Tone Portraits, and Original Designs

by Toronto Artists

OLOTH - • $1.00. * There is not a dull line in the book. Poems of sparkling wit and humour alternate with those of deep pathos and noble thought.-The Ram's Horn, Chicago.

"Motley' comes to hand in a neat cloth cover, gilt lettered. All the gold is not, how. ever, on the outside. The leaves are full of it

Mr. Bengough is to be congratulated on his clever bit

of work. Canada, as well as Toronto, is justly proud of him."-St. John Globe.

He shows himself a worthy rival of James Whitcomb Riley. He is not simply a humour ist; he is also a sound moral teacher. The illustrations from Mr. Bengough's facile pen add greatly to the interest of the volume. It is a readable collection of humorous, pure and elevating verse."-Evangelical Churchman.

WILLIAM BRIGGS, Wesley Buildings, Toronto. C. W. COATES, Montreal, Que. S. F. HUESTIS, Halifax, N.S.

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"The Canadian Church is to be heartily congratulated on its Magazine."-Lon. Quarterly. "It should be in every Methodist home."-Kingston Whig.

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HARBOUR OF MALTA.
Specimen of numerous cuts illustrating Round the World with the Union Jack."

REVIEWS OF HIGH-CLASS LITERATURE A SPECIALTY. KT Special Terms to Schools.- Many schools have taken from 2 to 40 copies to circulate Libraries, as being fresher and more attractive. Send for Special Rates.

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