The British Association's Visit To Montreal, 1884: Letters, By Clara Rayleigh
















































































































































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But whatever may be the results of the Montreal meeting, it is clear
from the programme which has been drawn - Page 3
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But Whatever May Be The Results Of The Montreal Meeting, It Is Clear From The Programme Which Has Been Drawn Up That Everything Possible Is Being Done To Render The Occasion One Of Genuine Enjoyment To All Who Are Fortunate Enough To Be Present.

The Canadian Parliament has voted so handsome a sum for the entertainment of the Association that its expenses are likely to be less than at an ordinary meeting.

Provision has been made for free passages and free living for fifty of the officials, who need not spend a penny from the time they set foot upon the steamer until they step ashore again upon their native land. Not only so, but a sum of $14,000 has been allotted for the reduction of members' passages to Canada in addition to any abatement of fares allowed by the steamship companies. The most important of these companies, sailing not only to Quebec and Montreal, but to New York and Newport, offer reductions averaging about 10 per, cent, on the ordinary fares. The companies who offer these advantages are the Allan, the Dominion, the Beaver, White Star, Cunard, National, Anchor, Guion, Inman, Monarch, and Union lines; so that intending visitors have ample choice of route. On the other side, again, all the railway companies have shown the greatest liberality. The Government railways are free to all who produce members' vouchers. The Canada Pacific Line will from July 1 up to the date of the departure of the special free excursion to the Rocky Mountains, grant to visiting members free passes over its lines to the northward (Rocky Mountains, Lake Superior, &c.) and intermediate points.

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