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CATALOGUE No. 69

CONTAINING DESIGNS REPRESENTING


THE MOST POPULAR TYPES OF MODERN
HOMES FOR WHICH WE SUPPLY MATER
IAL TO BUILD COMPLETE, AS PICTURED
(MASONRY AND PLASTER WORK EX-
CEPTED) AT A CONSIDERABLE SAYING
OF LABOR AND COST

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CANADA
COPYRIGHT. CANADA. I92O. BY THE HALLIDAY COMPANY LIMITED
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Our Guarantee
\ A /E guarantee to furnish sufficient of the various kinds of ma-
^ * terial to buildeach Halliday Home in accordance with the
Design, the Plans and the Specifications given in this Catalogue, -
it being understood that, while we make the usual allowance for

waste we assume no responsibility


in cutting, for material spoiled

through circumstances beyond our control.


We guarantee all the materials supplied for Halliday Homes,
to be of the best and most suitable grade and quality as specified
in our Bill of Material. We further guarantee the safe arrival of
goods ordered. Should any shortage or damage occur, we agree to
make them good on receipt of your freight bill with the agent s

notation of shortage or damage thereon.

Our References
Any Bank in Hamilton, any Express Company, or any
Business Institution in our City.

Our best reference is to our customers. Throughout the


Dominion there are many thousands of satisfied customers who
will be glad to speak of our record of more than thirty years fail-

dealing. There are some in your district: ask them about the
Halliday Company.
The goodwill of our customers is our greatest asset and the one
that we feel most proud to own.

OUR AIM-~"SATISFACTION"

SATISFACTION AS INTERPRETED BY us, is NOT MERELY THE


MAKING OF A SALE, BUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF HAVING HELPED ONE
TO ACQUIRE THE HOME FOR WHICH HE LONGED, AND THE MUTUAL
GOOD-WILL AND FRIENDSHIP RESULTING FROM THE TRANSACTION.

THE HALLIDAY COMPANY, Limited


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To the Home Builder
aim of this is to simplify the problems of one who
Book
THE contemplating
is the purchase of his first Home the Home
that perhaps for years has been the goal toward which he has been
working, saving and planning.

To such a person the question of building a Home is of the most


personal and vital character. It is one of the rare opportunities
of a lifetime, involving oftentimes, the investment of the greater part
of one s savings, and it is a question that should be approached in
the most careful and thorough manner.

The inexperienced Home Builder, however is confronted with


many regard to the selection of the Home, the pre
difficulties in
paration of the Plans and the purchasing of Materials which often
result in a Home being built, that falls far short of the "Ideal
Home."

In order to assist you to overcome these difficulties and to


place within reach, the Home of your choice, we have prepared
Plans representing almost every type of modern Home, which you
will find illustrated in the pages of the Catalogue.

We undertake to supply at one inclusive price, Plans and


Specifications, and all Materials necessary for the construction of
these Homes (masonry and plaster work excepted) so that they can
be built exactly as shown in the picture.

Thus we enable you to obtain the Home of your choice in


a manner which will give you the greatest satisfaction, with least
possible trouble, and at the lowest possible price.

The following pages will explain in detail the Halliday Service


and the means by which we are able to supply "Better Homes at
Lower Costs."

THE HALLIDAY COMPANY, Limited.

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A Contrast of Home Building Methods
Former Methods The man who has gone through the exper-
of Home ience of building a Home will realize full well the
Building need for the adoption of better methods in Home
building than those formerly employed and which,
to the person inexperienced in Constructional Problems, or in the
purchasing of Building Materials, have often proved to be an
adventure fraught with unforseen and unexpected difficulties.

It will be admitted very few people are able to properly plan


and design a Home, although a person may have a general idea of
what is required. Homes however, cannot be built from general
ideas, and formerly the prospective builder was obliged to call
upon some outside help, usually an Architect or Builder, for ideas
in Home design. The fees charged by an
Architect $100.00 or more rendered this
course for the person with limited
difficult
means who was therefore obliged to turn his
problem over to the Builder or Contractor.

The average Builder not having


a large
of plans at his disposal would
selection
probably suggest a type of Home that from his standpoint was easy
and economical to build, although it did not embody the ideas in
the mind of the Home builder. The result was usually a com
promise, and a Home was built which bore but little resemblance
to the Ideal Home.

of the unattractive and even ugly Homes which often


Many
mar the beauty of the Countryside, are a standing example of the
lack of artistic method in the Home Construction of former
days.

Further, in regard to materials, the Home


Builder being unable
to obtain all his materials from one source, was obliged
to deal with
various people, pay retail prices, contend with probable delays in
delivery, and oftentimes accept inferior materials.

Home Purchasing Contrast this method with that of the


a Pleasure by the Halliday Company, which simplifies your building
Halliday Method problems and turns the strain of Home purchasing
into a pleasure. It enables you to deal with the
question in the safest and surest mannerwhich is to see the end from
the beginning to know exactly what you want before
;
you start, and to
have the whole detail of construction thoroughly systematized and
definitely agreed upon before a sod is turned.

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The Halliday Company s Service
1 he Halliday Company s building service
as explained in this Catalogue entirely elimin
ates the difficulty usually attendant upon the
selection of a desirable type of Home and the
building of it to correct detail.

The Homes illustrated in this Catalogue represent the choicest


and most popular of Architectural designs obtainable. Everything
for comfort and convenience in the Home has been
carefully studied,
and the prospective builder is assured of a Home that is attractive,
of sound construction and desirable from every point of view. Any
Home can be built from Halliday plans just as it appears in the
picture, therefore, when you have decided upon the particular design
which suits your requirements, you will see in it an exact repre
sentation of your future Home.

All Materials WE UNDERTAKE TO SUPPLY AT ONE INCLUSIVE


to Build PRICE,ALL MATERIALS TO BUILD THE HOME AS
Your Home SHOWN IN THE CATALOGUE, WITH THE EXCEPTION
OF MASONRY AND PLASTERING MATERIALS. We
do not include these for the simple reason that they can be ob
tained without difficulty in almost any locality. If however, it is
impossible for our Customer to procure these materials locally we
are always ready to supply them and to include them in the ship
ment with the remainder of the material. Our aim at all times is
to serve our Customer to his best advantage.

Save $400-$500 Purchasing the Home in this manner offers


Alone advantages in the saving of time and money
on Materials which are of the utmost importance to the Home
buyer. Experience has proved that by supplying
the Complete Home, we can save the Customer from $400-$500 on
Materials alone, in addition to the saving of expense on Plans and
Specifications.

How much better is this than the old procedure of buying from
various sources, dealing with People having different standards of
business and involving greater expense by doing so.

On the following pages we give a detailed list which will enable


the reader to see at a glance the material we furnish for Halliday
Homes.

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Material furnished for Halliday Homes
A Complete set of Plans, Specifications and an itemized
Bill of Material covering everything supplied for
the construction of the Home.

ROUGH LUMBER
For Beams, Joists, Plates, Studs, Rafters, Sheathing,
Framing Materials for Veranda, Lath and Shingles.

FINISHED LUMBER
For Cornice, Siding, Veranda Finish, Outside and Basement Steps.

INTERIOR FINISH
MAIN STAIRS. All necessary Material, with Stringers plowed
and Treads and Risers cut to length, ready to put together.

WINDOWS. Frames, shipped knocked down, ready to nail together,


Sash glazed with best Sheet Glass, Trim cut to length, and
Heads built up ready to nail in place.
DOORS. Frames, shipped knocked down, ready to nail together.
Trim cut to length and Heads built up ready to nail in place.

HARDWARE AND STAIN


All Nails, Lock Sets and Hinges for Front and Inside Doors, all
necessary Window Fasteners. Sash Cord and Weights,
Coat Hooks, Push Plates and Door Stops, also Varnish,
Stain, Putty and Sand-paper.

GENERAL AND EXTERIOR FINISH

Flooring, Baseboards, Building Paper, Roof Trimmings,


Galvanized Ridge Roll, Eavetrough, Paint, Oil and Shellac.
Hardwood Floors are specified for the Living Room,
Dining Room and Hall in our
higher priced Homes.

In short, we supply everything to build the Home complete


as shown in the Picture, with the single
exception of
Masonry and Plastering Materials.
NOTE :
Plumbing, Heating and Lighting systems are not regularly specified with Halliday
Homes, but we are always pleased to submit prices for these items when desired.

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Materials of Guaranteed Quality
quality of materials furnished for Halliday Homes is sup
THEported by our guarantee of complete satisfaction to the
Customer given on page two of this Catalogue.
All materials supplied are of the best and most suitable grade
and quality as specified in our Bill of Material. It maybe argued
that a saving of cost such as the Halliday Company offers, can only
be effected by supplying materials of inferior quality. This is not
the case. We undertake to supply BETTER HOMES AT LOWER
COST" and we maintain that this can be accomplished by economics

that enable us at lower prices to give better material than can be


secured elsewhere at higher prices.

Why Halliday Let us tell you why Halliday prices are less.
Material Costs ^n a ll ines f manufactured goods it is possible
l

You Less
to b ta n "Standard" articles at lower prices
i

than "Specials". The Halliday Lumber and Mill-


work Products, while offering variety in design, are made to
standard patterns and sizes. They are run through the Mill in very
large quantities. The very latest labor-saving machinery is
employed and methods of manufacture follow the most up-to-date
practice. It will be easily seen that these methods lead to real
savings in cost, which enables us to supply a better grade ol
materials at lower prices. Our Customers therefore share with us
the advantages gained by the adoption of up-to-date methods.

$100 Set of Plans and Specifications free of cost.


Every purchaser of a Halliday Home is
supplied with a complete set of Blue Prints
giving the floor plan of each room including
Basement, and Detail Drawings of the front,
side and rear elevations of each Home.
We also furnish with each Plan, a com
plete of Material" giving particulars of
"Bill

all material furnished for the Home, and


"Specifications covering details of its construction.
A Set of Plans such as we describe, if ordered from an Architect
would cost you upwards of $100.00.
To intending Home builders, we offer the complete set of Plans
for any of our standard Home Designs, together with Specifications
and of Material," for the nominal fee of $10.00, which is but
"Bill

a fraction of their real value We do this on the understanding


that if the material for the Home is ordered from us we will credit
in full the price of the Plans therefore, PLANS COST YOU NOTHING
WHEN YOU PURCHASE A HALLIDAY HOME.

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Standard Construction
of HALLIDAY HOMES
The Sectional details on the diagram
make an interesting illustration, showing
very clearly the methods of construction
employed on the Main Floor. Exterior
Walls and Roofs of all Halliday Homes.
This design will be readily understood
by the practical Builder who will see at a
glance the sound principles upon which
Halliday Homes are constructed.
Many of our readers however are not
familiar with the technical details of Home
Building and for their information we give
the following brief summary, so that the
diagram may be easily understood and the
Halliday method of construction readily
appreciated.
FLOORS. When double floors are
used, the sub floor is laid diagonally across
the joists this is covered with a layer of
Building Paper before the finished Floor is
laid. The Hardwood Floor is laid diagonally
to the sub floor and at
right angles with the joists, thus forming a perfectly
level Floor which will not shrink. When Single Floors are used, the board s are
laid at right angles to the
joists.
It is important that Hardwood Floors should not be laid until the rest of the
Building is completed, otherwise they are liable to damage which will rendered it
impossible to obtain the beautiful finish so much desired.

WALL CONSTRUCTION. The Studs are set to 16 inch centres. This


avoids wastage of Lath, the standard The match
length of which is four feet.
ing -tongued and grooved Lumber is then nailed to the studding. A layer of
Building Paper is then placed on the matching this is a protection against -wind
and draught and it causes warmth to the Home. As a further protection against
the weather, a layer of
Waterproof Paper is placed over the Building Paper-
this prevents any The outside
possibilty of dampness penetrating to the interior.
finish of Bevelled
Siding or Shingle completes the sound construction of the
exterior Walls.
For Homes in Northern Ontario we recommend our Wall Construction
"Zero"

which provides for Lumber Sheathing on both outside and inside of the exterior
Walls, making what is undoubtedly the warmest wall that can be built and provid
ing two air spaces as non-conductors of cold and dampness. The Wall "Zero"

Construction is not regularly specified with our Homes, but we shall always be
pleased to inform any Customer of its extra cost if desired.

In roof construction when Cedar


Shingles are used, the Sheathing
Boards are laid from inch to 2 inches apart so as to permit a circulation of
1

air. When Asphalt Shingles are used the Roof Boards are nailed close together.
In either case the Boards are covered with a thickness of before Building Paper
the Shingles are laid. This makes a perfectly sound Roof one that will give
coolness in Summer and warmth in Winter.
THESE METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION WHICH ARE RECOGNIZED AS BEING OF THE
HIGHEST STANDARD ARE ADOPTED IN ALL HALLIDAY HOMES.
NOTE. The Homes in this Catalogue shown in "Stucco finish" can he adapted for Frame
( onstruction if preferred

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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications are of the greatest importance to the Home
Builder as they govern all the essential details of construction and
form an agreement between the owner and the contractor, which
insures adequate attention to every part of the work, in addition to
being a safeguard against extra costs.
With every set of Plans and Bill of Material for a Halliday
Home we furnish complete Detailed Specifications covering
thoroughly the methods of construction, and which, when agreed
upon by the owner and contractor, form a basis of dealings which is
equitable to all concerned.

Space in this Catalogue does not permit of our giving full


particulars of these Specifications, but we would especially draw the
attention of the intending Home Builder to the following brief
description of the materials supplied :--
Dimension Lumber No. 1, Fir or Hem Finish Lumber (Inside) For Doors and Win
lock this includes all Joists, Studs, Plates, dow trim, Base Board, Picture Mould, Chair
and Rafters. Rail, Coat Strips, etc., we supply Clear No.
Wall Sheathing -No. 1, matched (tongued 1
Georgia Pine, which, when covered with
and grooved) Lumber, which insures solid "Purity Wood Stain," gives a very beautiful
construction and builds warmth into the finish.
home.
Roof Sheathing All No. 1 Lumber, inch 1
Doors Doors are of No.
All interior Clear 1

Pine. The outer and rear Doors are


front
thick, dressed on one side. Dressing on one made to designs shown on the House Plan
side gives the Boards a uniform surface
and glazed complete.
which improves the appearance of the roof
and causes the shingles to lay flat, thus Stairs No. 1, Georgia Pine. Attention is
called to the manner in which our stairs are
rendering the roof perfectly wind and damp
proof. prepared. The stringers, treads, and risers
One thickness of heavy are all cut to lengths ready for putting to
Building Paper
Building Paper and one of damp-proof paper gether, thereby simplifying the work of con
is used on exterior walls before finished siding struction.
is added. Window Sash No. 1, Clear Pine, 1^ inch
Floors When Hardwood Floors are used, we thick, all check railand plowed for sash cord.
supply the same material for sub-flooring as Hardware (Rough) Sufficient common nails
for Roof Sheathing. The finished Flooring of required for rough work such as
all sizes
is No. 1, y% Birch or Maple, either of which
framing. Finishing nails for interior trim
makes a Floor which cannot be surpassed such as Base, Door and Window Casing,
for durability and finish. In lower priced etc. All necessary Sash Weights, Pulleys
Homes, where single Floors are used, we and Cord, to make a properly balanced
supply } inch White Pine or Fir.
;{ window.
Siding In every case we use No 1, White Hardware (Finshed) Includes all Mortise
Pine, which we have found from experience Locks, Hinges, Door Stops, Sash Fasteners
to give greater satisfaction than any other and Lifts and Coat Hooks for Clothes Closets.
wood. The Customer has a choice of Antique
Shingles When Cedar Shingles are used, we Copper or Dull Brass.
supply the best XXX
Cedar which is Roof Trimmings Sufficient quantities of
known throughout the Dominion and needs
Flashing, Valley Iron and Ridge Roll, ac
no recommendation. In cases where As
cording to Plan; also all Eavetrough and
phalt Shingles are specified, we supply the Conductor Pipes with necessary connections
"Rock Face" quality in either green or red as
and fittings all material of best quality 28
illustrated and described in our millwork
gauge Galvanized Iron.
catalogue.
Paints and Stains for the exterior, we sup
Lath All No. 1, Pine or Hemlock. sufficient for two coats;
ply "Purity Paint,"
Finish Lumber (Outside) For Frieze, Facia for interior finish, either Mahogany or Oak
and Corner Boards, Porch and Veranda Rails, Stain and Varnish. Our Paint is guaranteed
outside Steps, and all Mouldings, we use 100% pure. The customer has a choice of
No. quality Pine, which has been demon
1 colors. If, however, the selection is left to
strated to give the best results in withstand us, we choose the color most appropriate to
ing wind and weather. the design.

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Choosing Your Home
Choosing the Home from this
Catalogue, with its attractive illus
tration of Homes, together with
Plans showing details of construc
tion, is a pleasure to the intending
builder. Instead of the tiresome
circumstances usually connected
with the selection of a Home-
discussing technical details with an
Architect or Contractor, or making
tedious journeys to inspect various
Homes you can sit comfortably in
your easy chair by the fireside and
make the choice at your leisure.

Everything you desire to see concerning the Home is before


you in miniature. There is the picture of the finished Home,
showing how it will appear when built in accordance with the
Halliday Plans. Then there are the Blue Prints, showing the
position, size and number of rooms, and other details of interior
construction. Again, there are illustrations of the rear and
two side elevations, so that the exterior may be seen from every
point of view; therefore, by simply looking at the Catalogue, you
see in detail an exact representation of your future Home.

We know of nothing to excel this simple method of Home-choosing,


and are confident that the designs illustrated, representing as they
do the most attractive and popular types of modern Homes, will
provide a suitable selection to please every taste. It is recom
mended that the plans be accepted without change, as every detail
shown on the Blue Print has been carefully examined and approved
by experts as being most suited to the general design, and from
this it is not desirable to deviate to any
great extent if the change
can be avoided.

There however, minor alterations which can be made to


are,
suit the individual fancy of the purchaser, without
materially
affecting the general design and specification for the Home; and,
should you have an idea of a slight change which you would like to
see incorporated in the plan of your future Home, we invite
you to
consult our Home-Planning Department as to its
practicability and
probable cost.

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Our Home Our Home-Planning Department has been formed
^or t ^ie f giving practical advice to intend
P ur P ose
Planning
ing Home Builders regarding any ideas they may
Service have for their comfort and convenience in the Home
and we are desirous that you should take advantage
of its service.

We would like every intending Home-Builder to feel that we


are aiming to be of the utmost help in furthering his ambitions.
It is to our interest as well as yours that the Home of your choice
should give you perfect satisfaction and should represent in every
sense your ideal of what a Home should be.
Do
not, therefore, hesitate to ask our advice concerning your
Plans. It is part of our business to assist you in choosing and

planning your Home, and we want you to become familiar with


our service. Write to us; we will gladly help you.

How to Order Your Home


A complete Price List of Halliday Homes, with order form
attached, will be found at the end of this Catalogue. This form is
arranged so as to give you the greatest assistance in making out
your order. Fill in the necessary particulars and send the order to
us, together with a cash deposit of one-fifth of the listed price of
the Home, on the understanding that the remainder of the purchase
price will be paid on arrival of the materials, subject to inspection
before acceptance by you. On receipt of your order and deposit,
we will forward immediately a complete set of Plans and Specifica
tions, together with an itemized Bill of Materials, providing that
these have not previously been sent to you.

Shipment of The materials will be shipped at the earliest


Materials possible date following the receipt of your order-
usually about two weeks unless special delivery in
structions are received. It is customary to ship complete materials
for the Home all in one carload," as advertised. This we find
is greatly preferred by many customers, as it enables them to check
the whole of the material at one time, and it saves extra haulage,
which is a great convenience to those living at a distance from the
Railway Station. It further assures you of no delays when the
building is in progress, which in itself is an advantage that cannot
be overlooked. Should, however, you prefer not to receive com
plete materials at one time, we will endeavour to arrange shipment
to suit your particular requirements.
Theinterests of our customer constitutes our first considera
tion, and it is our desire to assist in any possible manner which

would tend to make the purchase of your Home a matter of per


manent satisfaction, and to create a lasting feeling of mutual
goodwill.

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The Halliday Company Limited

LfiH

"ROSSCLAIR," No. 25
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 24 x 27

"O OSSCLAIR" is an ideal Home for a small Family. The neat


l\ and artistic exterior design combined with a compact and
well arranged interior, will appeal to many who are requiring an
attractive little Home at a moderate price. There are three Bed
rooms and Bath Room on the Upper Floor, and a Living Room,
Dining Room and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, also a Large Hall.
The Rooms are of good size and are well lighted, an attractive
feature being the large Projection Window in the Dining Room.
MR. S. A. MORSE writes: Chatham, Ont.
"All of the materials which you have shipped me, I am advised by the
building contractor, are of first class order, and have been found entirely
satisfactory".

RIGHT

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Better Hon\e^ at Lover Cost

LEFT Eu

"CONNAUGHT," No. 61
FIVE ROOMS, BATH AND SLEEPING PORCH ON EACH FLAT
Size 30 x 43

design \vas in response to numerous enquiries


prepared
THIS
received for a Home
two families. Whilst every detail for
for
comfort has been considered, no point of architectural design has
been sacrificed, and there is nothing to give the casual observer the
impression that CONNAUGHT is other than a single, imposing
"

residence. The interior plan is arranged to give similar accommoda


tion and conveniences to both families. On each flat there are five
Rooms, Bath and a Sun or Sleeping Porch. The exceeding useful
ness of a Home of this nature, makes it an attractive proposition as
an investment for rental purposes.
MR. R APPLETON, who bought our "CONNAUGHT" Home writes: -
"The material which arrived is extremely satisfactory, and I have had
several complimentary remarks regarding same." ^ APPLETON.

i ."

KluHT

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The Halliday Company Limited

"LEASIDE," No. 29
FOUR ROOMS AND BATH
Size 22 x 28
one of our lower priced Homes, "LEASIDE" poss
ALTHOUGH
esses many desirable features which have made it very
popular
amongst Home Builders. Tne exterior, as shown in the Picture, is
finished with "Pebble Dash" or to the Window
"Rough Cast"
up
Sills, and from that point to the Gables, in smooth or "Sand Finish"
3UOH.T ELEVATION-
Stucco. This, when finished off in Panels, together with the Stained
Shingles of the Gables, presents a pleasing and harmonious effect.
The interior is designed for a family desiring a small Home having
all modern conveniences. There are two Bedrooms, each with
Clothes Closets, a Living Room
and Kitchen with a "built in"

Cabinet, and a Bath Room.

The exterior of this Home, although shown in


Stucco, can be adapted for Frame construction
if desired.

A tribute from Manitoba.


RfiftR
St.Charles. Man.
All the material for the House has
come through in good shape It arrived
in Headingly this morning."

For complete price, see List at end oj


this Catalogue

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Better H curves at Lover Cost

"CHIPPEWA," No. 56
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 36 x 30

you desire to build on a wide lot, you will do well to consider


IF The
"

CHIPPEWA." exterior design with its long, sloping Roof


with Gable centred above, and its imposing Front Entrance is
unusually attractive. The interior lay-out, which differs from all
others illustrated in this Catalogue, is also very pleasing. There are
five Rooms on the Ground Floor a large Living Room, Dining-
Room, Kitchen, Den and a Bedroom. On the upper Floor are
three large Bedrooms and the Bath Room. The large Bay Windows
in the Dining Room and down-stairs Bedroom, and the Central
Stairway giving easy access to all Rooms, are commendable features
of this desirable Home.

RIGHT uBvs*rioft

For complete price, see List at end of this Catalogue Page 15


The Halliday Limited
Company

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"CLAREMONT," No. 59
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 x 28

Home possesses many distinctive features which attract


THIS immediate attention. The long curved Roof extending over
the Veranda, the large Dormer with Six Windows, and the Bevelled
Siding and Cedar Shingle finish to the Exterior Walls, all combine
to give an artistic and pleasing effect. The interior plan is equally
attractive. The Hall leads to a large and pleasantly situated Living
Room, which has a Triple Window in Front and Casement Windows
on each side of the Fireplace. The Main Stairway is centrally lo
cated, giving easy access to all Rooms. On the Upper Floor are
three large Bedrooms, with Clothes Closets
adjoining, and the
Bath Room.

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Better Hon\e^ at Lover Cost

"HEDGEROW," No. 49

FIVE ROOMS AND BATH


Size 24 x 32

in response to enquiries for a small Cottage with three


DESIGNED
Bedrooms, offers many attractions to the Home
"HEDGEROW"

Builder. Although it is one of the lowest-priced Homes, everything


which makes for the comfort and convenience of the family has been /
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considered in the Plan. All the Rooms are compact and easy of
access. There are Clothes Closets connected with each Bedroom.
A noticeable feature of the exterior is the Recess Porch covered by
Main Roof, which gives the effect of seclusion and coziness.

Another Testimony to
Halliday Service

Sebingville, Ont.

1 am very pleased to say thit my


orders have been handled with the
utmost dispatch, and have proved
entirely satisfactory,

GEO. RICHARDSON.

For complete price, see List at end


of this Catalogue

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The Halliday Limited
Company

LETT ELEV/YTION-

"ELKHURST," No. 42
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 28

type of Bungalow very popular amongst Home-Builders.


is

THIS
Although constructed along simple lines, it is decidedly artistic.
The large Veranda and triple Dormer Windows are notable features
of the exterior. The interior plan allows for a Bedroom on the
Ground Floor in addition to the Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen
ELEVATION- and Pantry. Upstairs, there are three good Bedooms and a Bath
Room.
NOTE : Elkhurst is exceptionally well supplied with Clothes Closets, an
acquisition which will be appreciated by the Housewife.

For complete price, see List at


end of this Catalogue.
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Better Home^ at Lover Cost

"ARDENDALE," No. 14
SIX ROOMS
Size 20 x 25

of our popular lower priced Homes. "ARDENDALE" has


ONEmany commendable features and is particularly adapted for
building on a narrow lot. The Gambrel Roof forms an attractive
part of the exterior design and. in addition, gives height to the fiLEVAtlOH-

Upper Rooms. The Ground Floor Plan admits of a large Living


Room, with Dining Room and Kitchen adjoining. On the Upper
Floor are three Bedrooms.
ALTERNATIVE PLAN An alternative plan, by slightly changing the
arrangement of the Upper Floor, allows for a Bathroom and an additional
Clothes Closet.

Material Al In
Every Respect
Toronto, Ont.,

Regarding the ma
terial which I pur
chased from you, 1 am
very pleased to say R.WMT ELEVATION.-
that the whole order
was A No. 1 in every
respect.
I
might also say that
our business dealings
have been very satis
factory and I will be
glad indeed to recom
mend the HALLIDAY
HOMES to any pros
pective builder.
WM. J. LEWIS.

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"GLADSTONE," No. 40
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 36

ever-popular two-storey Home of the Square Plan


THE type is well represented in "GLADSTONE." The design is shown
with a Brick and Stucco exterior, which gives a harmonious effect
tc the finish of the Home. The Ground Floor Plan allows for
a Centre Hall, with Coat Closet. The large Living Room is to
the right of the Hall, and on the left are the Dining Room, with Bay
Window, and the Kitchen. On the upper Floor are four large Bed
rooms, each with a Clothes Closet, and the Bath Room with Linen
Closet adjoining
The exterior of this Home, although shown in Brick and Stucco, can be
adapted for Frame construction if preferred.

**-

ELEVATION-

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af this Catalogue

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"CLIFTON," No. 24 ~

SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH


Size 24 x 28

Home, possessing many of the advantages of a


A neat, small
larger one, would fittingly describe "CLIFTON." The shingled
upper storey gives an artistic and pleasing effect to the exterior. The
seven Rooms are conveniently arranged and are of good size for a
small Home. There are Clothes Closets to each of the four Bedrooms.
Read the following testimonial from a customer who bought
our "Clifton" Home:--
Windsor, July 24. 1920.
quality of materials supplied by you for my house "Clifton
"Regarding
."

1 have been well satisfied with quality all through, and 1 have saved con
siderably in price. You have also been quite ready to make adjustments
of any differences. This inspires confidence. You are at liberty to use
this letter as you may wish, or to refer anvone to me."
THOS E. PATTERSON.

Fcr complete price, see List at

end of this Catalogue.


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"EDGEGROVE," No. 19

SEVEN ROOMS
Size 22 x 26

P DGEGROVE
L Design. It
is another type of the popular Gambrel Roof
specially planned for construction upon a
is
narrow lot, but its distinctive appearance renders it an attractive
ELEVATION Home for any location. The Ground Floor Plan allows for a Living
Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Pantry. All possible space has
been allotted to the Rooms, which are of good
size for a small Home.
Glass French Doors separate the Dining and Living Rooms.
Another pleasing feature is the large Bay Window in the
Dining
Room. There are four Bedrooms on the Upper Floor with Clothes
/r and Linen Closets adjoining.

*
R.IQRT ELEVATION-

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-LEFT ELEVATION-

"HILLCREST," No. 18
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 24 x 2o

A message from one who has purchased "HILLCREST" is perhaps


more appropriate than a detailed description of this Home.
Mr. Longhouse:--
Read the following letter from
Woodbridge, January 3, 1921.
"

In regard to the house "HILLCREST bought of your Company last


"

spring, it gives me great pleasure to thank you for the honorable manner in
which you treated me. 1 can assure you it is a pleasure to deal with a
Company who try to do what is right. The material was all first-class
and will stand inspection. Will be pleased to show it to anyone wishing to
call, I am quite convinced that saved a lot of money by purchasing the
I

whole house from one Company. Wishing your Company every success -KHAR
in the future." D. C. LONGHOUSE.

Read also Mr. Thompson s comment after having seen the


House mentioned by Mr. Longhouse:-
have seen one of your houses which was built by Mr. D. C. Longhouse,
"

and I rather like it, and am thinking of building one."

For complete
price, see List
at end of this
Catalogue

Page 23
The HalJiday Comb any Limited

LEFT

- V S No. 38
"HOMEWOOD,"
-/ ^( SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 35 x 35

attractive and popular, "HOMEWOOD" is worthy of


EXTREMELY
special attention. The Stucco with panelled Gable, and
finish
the Stone Veranda, combine to form a very pleasing exterior. The
interior has been designed to give a maximum degree of comfort and
convenience to the occupant. There are three Bedrooms, a large
Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Bath Room, also a
Pantry. All the Rooms are spacious and are of easy access to
-REfVR. fi the Centre Hall.

The exterior of this 1 inmc. although shown


in Stucco can be adapted lor I-rame con
struction if desired.

What Our Customer s Say


Providence Bay. Ont.
Iam writing to you because 1
have complete trust in you and
your firm on account of past deal
ings.

RIGHT IVLEVA.T10N* J. THORBURN.

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of this Catalogue

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Better Homes- at Lover Cost

"INGLESIDE," No. 15
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 30

you are looking for a Farm Home, you will do well to give con
IFsideration to "INGLESIDE". The plan allows for four Bedrooms
and a Bathroom on the Upper Floor, and a room which can be used for
either Bedroom, Den, or Office on the Ground Floor. The Living
and Dining Rooms are large and well lighted. A Wash Room, indis
pensable to the Farm Home, is approached from the Rear Porch.
MR. NORMAN E. WEST, of South End, Ontario, writes:
I am completely satisfied with your shipment of Building Material, and
prompt delivery of same. Everything was in A 1 condition. Inside
Trim and. Maple Veneer Flooring was of extra fine quality..
NORMAN E. WEST.

-
RlQHT

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Company

"WESTMOUNT," No. 39
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 24

A glance at the Picture and a study of the Plan below will im


press you as to the merits of this attractive and desirable Home.
"WESTMOUNT" would always be a source of pride to its owner. Read
the following testimonial concerning it and Halliday service.

Georgetown, Ont. Jan. 10, 1921


have found that everything has proved to be satisfactory in every
"I

way and am very much pleased with the quality of material and service
you have given. I might also say if you have any prospective customers in
this town I would be only too pleased to show them through my house
and let them see for themselves the material." ANGUS DUNC<\\

The exterior of this Home although shown


in Stucco, can be adapted for Frame
construction if desired.

CKiHT

For complete price, see lAst at end of this Catalogue


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RIGHT

"LAKELAND" (Summer Cottage) No. 37


FOUR ROOMS AND SLEEPING PORCH

Size 25 x 26

reminiscences of summer are brought to the mind by


PLEASANT
a glance at this picture. "LAKELAND" is, in fact, an ideal I

I
-"

summer home, sufficiently large to accommodate the average family. RfiiVR.


It has two Bedrooms and a screened Sleeping Porch, which can be
used as an out-door Dining Room. A large Living Room leads to
the front Veranda which is 6 feet, 4 inches wide. The moderate cost
ot this Homeplaces it within easy reach of one who is desirous of
leaving the heat of the city, for the cool refreshing breezes of the
Lakeside.

A Customer s Advice

Sevagle, N. B.

was talking to a neighbor who is going


"I

to build and I advised him to buy from


the right Company as it would not cost
him much as he expected I told him
so
about the Flail iday Company.

DANIEL MULL IN

For complete price, see List at


end of this Catalogue.
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Ltrr E

44
MEADOWLEA," No. 22
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 24 x 22

attractive Semi-Bungalow has proved to be one of our most


THIS
popular and best selling Homes. A noticeable feature of the
exterior is the side entrance to the Veranda which insures seclusion and
is a great convenience to one entering or alighting from a car. The
interior plan has been devised with a view to allotting all available
space to the rooms. It allows for a Hall, Living Room, Dining Room,
.SR. ELEVATION and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, and three Bedrooms, with Clothes
Closets, and Bath on the Upper Floor. A
built-in Kitchen Cabinet
"

is another interesting and useful feature of MEADOWLEA."

MR. D. PASS1NGHAM, of Sarnia, Ontario, writes:


Thank you car of Lumber, It was received very promptly and the
for
quality of material was very satisfactory. PASSINGHAM
D.

For complete
RIGHT: ELEVATION
price, see

List at end

of this

Catalogue.

Page 28
Better Hon\e^ at Lover Cost

"^%

"EASTVIEW," No. 23
FOUR ROOMS
Size 22 x 26

THIS
little cottage
small and unpretentious,
one of our lowest priced Homes. Although
is

it is neat and attractive, and the low


w
it within reach of the family with modest means
price brings
desiring a small Home. The interior plan admits of two Bedrooms,
each with Clothes Closets, a Living Room, Kitchen, and Pantry. All,
available space has been allotted to the Rooms, which are of good
size for a small Home. The Veranda gives a pleasing appearance to
the front, and the Porch at the rear
forms a shelter for the Kitchen during
stormy weather.

Satisfactory Material

Chatham, Ontario, Dec. 1921

I found your material for the house which I


bought from you very satisfactory and I am
recommending you to others.

WM. D. SCOBLE

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end of this Catalogue.


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LEFT ELEVATION-

THE CROFT," No. 41


SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 x 42

would take
pride in owning a home like "THE CROFT," tor
YOU has been described
it as a
"

Perfect type of Bungalow." The


exterior is of distinctive and charming design, which cannot fail to
attract attention. The interior is no less attractive. There is a fine
large Living Room, a Din
ing Room, Kitchen, three
ELECTION-
Bedrooms and Bath. A
Linen Closet adjoins the
Bath Room. The large Bay
Window in the Dining
Room is worthy of special
attention.

Satisfaction and Saving


of Cost

Port Credit
"I am
well pleased with the
material which you have sent
me, and have recommended the
Halliday Company to several
prospective builders in this
town.
I estimate that my saving has
been at least 20 % and I have
the satisfaction of getting first-

class material.
A. E. JONES

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LEFT

"HIGHFIELD," No. 31
FOUR ROOMS AND BATH
Size 18 x 26

you are looking for a small, inexpensive, but attractive Home,


IFespecially adapted on a narrow lot, it will pay you to
for building
"

consider HIGHFIELD." Everything for the convenience and comfort


of the occupant has been studied. On the ground floor, there are the
Living Room, Combined Kitchen and Dining Room and a Rear
Porch. Upstairs are t\vo Bedrooms, each with a Clothes Closet, and
a Bath Room. EKJHT ELEVATU)*-
ALTERNATIVE PLAN An alternative plan for "Highfield" admits of a separate
Kitchen being added to the Home in place of the rear Porch. When this
is done, a flat roof is built on the Kitchen, thus forming a Balcony from
the rear Bedroom.

Halliday Materials
are as advertised
Shawville, Que.
I received your ship
ment and find it just
I

what you have adver


tised it to be. You BLBVCT10H
may use my testimony
any way you choose.
Garfield Hodgins.

For complete price, see


List at end oj this

Catalogue Page 31
The H alii day Com p any Limited

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-LEFT ELEVATION

"DEVONSHIRE," No. 46
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 6" x 25 6"

the home-lover with a desire for something distinctive,


TO "DEVONSHIRE"make a special appeal. The design is
will
The Main Roof continuing over the Porch,
simple, yet picturesque.
with the shingled Gable above, the Triple Windows in the front Bed
room, Living and Dining Rooms, and the Front Entrance, with paneled
Door and side lights creates an effect which cannot fail to please.
The ground floor plan allows for a large Hall, Living Room. Dining
Room, Kitchen and Rear Porch. On the upper floor are three
Bed Rooms and a Bath Room. The two Clothes Closets connected
with the large Bed Room are an acquisition which will be greatly
appreciated.

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SUPPLEMENTARY SECTION
Containing Designs of

FARM HOMES HOMES FOR FARM -

WORKERS SUMMER COTTAGES, etc.


-

response to enquiries for lower priced Homes we


many
supplementary section of the Cata
In have prepared
logue consisting of
this
sixteen pages, illustrating Farm
Homes, Homes for Farm Workers, small and inexpensive
Homes from two to seven Rooms, Kitchen
containing
additions, and Summer Cottages.

Although these designs have been specially prepared


with a view to studying economy for the Flome buyer,
everything has been planned to make the Homes attractive,
convenient and comfortable. "Halliday Standard Con
struction" has been adopted throughout, and the only
respect in which these homes differ from those in the gen
eral section of the Catalogue is that in some instances
No. 1 White Pine trim for paint finish has been specified
instead of the No. 1 Clear Georgia Pine for Stain and Var
nish used in all our larger Homes.

For some of the smaller Homes illustrated in this


section wall board and strapping are supplied for the
interior Walls and Ceijings. This takes the place of lath
and plaster and in addition gives a finish which is very
attractive and artistic.

We are confident that these Homes will be extremely


popular amongst Home-builders and we have pleasure in
commending them for your consideration and approval.

CANADA
The Halliday Combarvy Limited

BELMONT," No. 81
"1

THREE ROOMS,
Size 21x22
is another cosy, attractive and inexpensive Home,

REAP ELEVATION
BELMONT
containing a large Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom. It will
strongly appeal to the small or retired family with modest means,
desiring unpretentious comfort.
Wallboard and Strapping are supplied for the Walls and Ceilings of this Home.

LEFT E.LE.VA MOn

REAR LLEVATION "MADAWASKA," No. 85


SUMMER COTTAGE, Size 28 x 22

represents a very desirable type of Summer


MADAWASKA
Cottage. attractive and inexpensive.
It is neat, The plan
allows for two Bedrooms, Kitchen and a large Living Room. In
addition there is the large Veranda, which could be screened if de
Pnge 34 sired.
Better Hornet at Lover Cost

LEFT

1
DORSET," No. 76
THREE ROOM COTTAGE, Size 23 x 23 RtAR E.L. ELATION
appeal to the family requiring a small home with one
will
DORSET
bedroom. In addition it contains the Living Room and Kitchen,
which together with a Front and Rear Porch, make a very attractive
and comfortable little Home.
Wallboard is supplied for the Walls and Ceilings of the above Home.

LtFT

REAR. Cut

No. 84
"MIAMI,"
SUMMER COTTAGE, FIVE ROOMS, Size 32 x 22.
another attractive and well designed Summer Cottage.
is

MIAMI It contains a large Living Room, Kitchen and Three Bedrooms.


A Vestibule leads to the fine and spacious Veranda. The bevel siding
on this Cottage is intended to be finished with the rough side out
wards, so that when coated with shingle stain it would give a very
attractive and rustic effect. Page 35
The Halliday Company Limited

RIGHT E.LE.VATION

"CHEDOKE," No. 75
RtAR FOUR ROOMS, Size 23 x 24
another Four Room Home of the Bungalow type.
is

CHEDOKE
Although low in price, it contain? everything necessary for the
comfort of a small family. The large Veranda is an attractive fea
ture of the exterior.
The Walls and Ceilings of this Home are intended to be finished with Lath and Plaster.

-UtVATIOM

REAR

"ALPINE," No. 80
TWO ROOMS, Size 24 x 12
in for a small and inexpensive
response to requests
DESIGNED
Cottage, Alpine would make a desirable little "Settlers Home."
For the interior walls and ceilings Wallboard is supplied for use in
stead of plaster. We therefore supply everything for the construc
tion of this Home with the exception of the Brick Work on the
Pagf 36
chimney.
Better Horrve^ at Lover Cost

"ANCONA," No. 88
FOUR ROOMS, Size 22 x 27 b"
ELEVATION

attractive feature of this little Home is the enclosed Porch, the


AN purpose of which is to give protection from the cold winds of
winter, and thus render the Home snug and comfortable. In summer
the sash could be removed and the windows screened, and the Porch
thereby rendered cool, comfortable and secluded.

RIGHT Ci_

MINNEOLA," No. 77
"1

SUMMER COTTAGE, FOUR ROOMS AND BATH, Size 28 x 26

is a superior and very attractive type of Summer


MINNEOLA
Cottage, containing Living Room, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms and
Bath. The wood used in this Cottage is clear Georgia Pine.

AH Walls and Ceilings are finished with Wailboard. so that it could be used
for a permanent Home if desired. Paga 37
The Halliday Comb any Limited

RIGHT ELEVATION

1
REAR ELEVATION TENWICK," No. 71
FOUR ROOMS AND BATH, Size 27 x 18
was response to requests tor a
specially designed in
FENWICK
Home for farm workers. It contains a Living Room, Kitchen,
two Bedrooms and Room for Bath. The plan is well arranged and
combined with the attractive shingled exterior makes a very desir
able little Home.

RE.AR E.UEVATIOIS

ROSCOE," No. 90
TEMPORARY KITCHEN, Size 16 x 13

is another design for a temporary Kitchen consisting of


two rooms, on to which the complete Home could be built at a
ROSCOE
later date. The opportunity to secure temporary shelter in this
manner whilst awaiting the time when a complete Home can be
Page 38 constructed is a boon which cannot fail to be appreciated.
Better Homes* at Lover Cost

"MINNEDOSA," No. 83 Rf. AR Ej_E VAT Ot*


I

SUMMER COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS, Size 24 x 28


and inexpensive, Minnedosa is an ideal Home to
ATTRACTIVE
erect by the Lakeside for the Summer vacation. It contains
three Bedrooms, Kitchen and a large Living Room. French Doors
lead to the veranda w hich allows for ample Room for
r
the family to
rest in comfort and enjoy the Summer breezes.

LEFT EutvAT I OtS

REAR ELEVATION

"DIXIE," No. 72
TWO ROOM COTTAGE, Size 12 x 20

H
it
ERE isanother neat and attractive two Room Cottage. It is of
solid construction, could be easily heated, which would make
cosy and snug during the winter.
The Walls and Ceilings of this Home are finished with Wallboard. Page 39
The Halliday Company Limited

LEFT ELEVATION

"BRANDON," No. 91
5ROOMS AND BATH, Size 22 x 24
is a small Home possessing many desirable features.
BRANDON
The distinctive exterior design with long sloping roof extending
over the veranda cannot fail to attract attention. The interior lay
out is designed to allow for a Living Room, Dining Room and
Kitchen on the ground floor and two Bedrooms and Bath Room up
stairs. Glass French Doors lead from the Living Room to the veranda.

MR WEBSTER HICKSON of Wheatley. Ont.,

April 22nd, 1921


We received the car of building material all in good order. We checked
everything over against the bill of material and found it alright. We are
well pleased with the material you have sent.

WEBSTER HICKSON

PlGMT tutVATlOH

Page 40
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Better Hornet at Lover Cost

"MELROSE," No. 82
SIX ROOMS AND BATH, Size 26 ft. 6 in. x 37 ft.

is a popular type of F"arm Home. It possesses an


MELROSE
attractive exterior, with an exceptionally fine veranda and a
balcony over the Kitchen. There is a Bedroom on the ground floor
in addition to the Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen. Up
stairs are two Bedrooms, each with Clothes Closet, and the Bath Room.

Melrose, in common with our better class Homes, is finished with Georgia Pine Trim.

For complete price, see List at end of this Catalogue Page 41


The Halliday Company Limited

NORFOLK", No.
"1

92
FIVE ROOMS AND BATH, Size 22 x 22
a very attractive little Home, specially designed to
is

NORFOLK
meet the requirements of a small family. The plan allows for a
Living Room, Bedroom and Kitchen on the ground floor and two
Bedrooms and Bath Room on the first floor. Special features ot inter
est are the open stairway at the side ot the Living Room and the
built-in Bookcases on either side of the Fireplace, The shingle finish
of the exterior is very pleasing.

Chatham, April 14 1921.

My order has been safely delivered and everything is satisfactory. Thank


you for prompt shipment
ARTHUR D. MCLEAN,

f?IGMT

FIRST FLOOR

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Better Homes at Lover Cost

BRONTE," No. 78
"1

SEVEN ROOMS AND WASH ROOM, Size 27 ft. 6 in. x 38 ft.

is a Farm Home of very attractive and


1
de distinctive
BRONTE
sign. The plan has been carefully devised to meet the require
ments of the farmer. There is a large Living Room, Dining Room,
Kitchen and a Bedroom on the ground floor, also a Wash Room ad
joining the rear porch. Upstairs are three Bedrooms, each having a
Clothes Closet.
This Home is finished with clear Georgia Pine Trim

For complete price, see List at end oj this Catalogue Page 43


The Halliday Company Limited

"MELVILLE," No. 87
THREE ROOMS AND WASHROOM, Size 20 x 20
ILLE was designed to meet the demand for a suitable
MEL\ Home for Farm Workers. It is neat, attractive and low in
price. The plan allows for a Living Room, Kitchen. Bedroom and a
Washroom adjoining the Rear Porch. The Walls and Ceilings are
finished with Wallboard and Panelled.

RIGH

Ei-t. ."* OH

"WEYMOUTH," No. 73
FOUR ROOMS, Size 20 x 28
is another
type of Home
designed for Farm
WEYMOUTH
Workers. The plan from that
differs
an extra Bedroom instead Wash
of
Melville that it
in
allows for of a Room. The walls
and ceilings finished with Wallboard.
are The exterior finish of
Page 44 shingles gives an attractive appearance to this little Home.
The Halliday Comb any Limited

LLE.VATIOM

"ARGYLE," No. 89
FOUR RCOMS AND BATH, Size 25x18
is another desirable little Home
of unique design, a
ARGYLE
noticeable feature being the Recess Porch covered by the main
Roof. This affords protection from wind and rain and makes a
cool resting place for Summer. The plan allows for a Living Room,
Kitchen, two Bedrooms and a Bath Room.

fRONT E1LE.VATION

"DUNDURN," No. 79
LEAN-TO KITCHEN, Size 18 x 13

special purpose of this design to provide a temporary residence


is

THE to be erected on the back of a lot with the idea of adding the com
plete Home at a later date. Plans for the complete Home, as shown
in outline, are supplied with those for the Kitchen, so that there will
be no difficulty or delay when circumstances permit of the Home
Page 45
being built.
Better H curves at Lover Cost

"KENTON," No. 74
FIVE ROOMS AND BATH, Size 22 x 22

is another desirable and inexpensive Home for a small


KENTON
family. It of particular interest inasmuch as the interior
is

design is in every respect similar to that of Norfolk and possesses


the same attractive features. The exterior, however, has been
changed around so as to allow the Home builder a choice of design.

April 12, 1921.

REAR ELEVATION We have received all material for House 34, which we ordered from you.
Everything seems to be No. 1 and came in good order.
J. E. LAMONT.

BEDQOO/A
9 6 *9 6"
MX 9 6"

LIVING QOOM

GFVOUND TLOOR

For complete price, see List at end of this Catalogue.


Page
Better Homes- at Lover Cost

"REGINA," No. 86
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH, Size 34 x 34
would make an ideal Home for a prosperous farmer.
REGINA
It of imposing and distinctive appearance,
is with a well designed
exterior lay-out. There are Four Rooms on the ground floor in addi
tion to the Bath Room and Wash Room. Upstairs are three large
Bedrooms and four large Clothes Closets. A study of the plan will
show many attractive features which space does not permit describ
ing in detail.

For complete price, see List at end of this Catalogue Page 47


The Halliday Company Limited

"1

KESWICK," No. 70
SIX ROOMS AND BATH, Size 26 x 22
was designed to meet the increasing demand
tor attrac

<==?
KESWICK
tive Homes at low cost. Its construction is similar to that 01
our higher priced Homes, the only difference being that paint trim is
used instead of clear trim for stain and varnish. The plan allows for
three Rooms on the ground floor, and three Bedrooms with Bath on
the upper floor. The very moderate price of this Home has made it
distinctly popular.

MR. H. C. ARNOLD wrote us :

Belle River, Ont.. May 30, 1- 21

"The car of material for the house arrived in good order, and was very
satisfactory. Thanking you for your promptness.
Yours truly.
H. C. ARNOLD.

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Page 48
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"ABERDEEN," No. 54
SIX ROOMS, PANTRY AND BATH
Size 31 x 32

home shape will appeal to many who desire


"

of the L"

THIS
something distinctive from the conventional type of Bungalow
or Square Plan. It possesses many desirable features, the fine
Veranda being particularly noticeable. The Living Room contains a
Fireplace, with a built-in Bookcase adjoining. A conveniently arr
anged central Stairway enabling one to approach the main Stairs
from either the Living Room or Kitchen without having to go to the
front part of the Flome, is a great advantage There are three Bed
rooms on the Upper Floor, one of which being fitted with a Fireplace,
could be used as a Den.
Note the ample Wardrobe space in this Home, There are five Cupboards
on the Upper Floor.

For complete price, see List at end of this Catalogue


Page 49

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The Halliday Coirvtmrvy Limited

No. 53
"PASADENA,"
SIX ROOMS, BATH AND SLEEPING PORCH
Size 28 x 40

symmetry and pleasing appearance of this Home appeals


THE once
at to the eye. Combined with the charming exterior, is
a carefully planned interior, some of the desirable features
being a
buirt-in Buffet in the Dining Room, built-in Cupboard in the Kitchen,
the downstairs Bedroom and the Rear Stairway from the Kitchen
connecting with the Main Stairway. A large Sleeping Porch, two
Bedrooms and Bath compose the upper storey of this well devised
Home. The Laundry Chute is also a convenience which cannot be
overlooked.

Page 50 Fcr ccmplele price, see List at end


oj this Catalogue
Better Hon\e^ at Lover Cost

"AVONDALE," No. 48
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 36

A description of this most attractive Seven Roomed Cottage seems


unnecessary. Its unusual and fascinating design will appeal to

every lover of a Home which is the embodiment of good taste in


building construction. The interior is no less interesting than the
exterior. In addition to the Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen,
there are two large Bed Rooms on the Ground Floor. A Colonial
Arch leads from the Hall to the Living Room and another separates
the Living and Dining Rooms. Upstairs are two large Bed Rooms
and Bath Room.

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"

ROSED ALE," No. 27


FIVE ROOMS AND BATH
Size 25 x 28

an unusual and distictive charm about


is
"

ROSED ALE,"
THERE which attracts immediate attention. The artistic Roof
design, the Bevelled Siding finish to the Lower Storey, and the
Stained Shingle finish to the Gable, combine to give a harmonious
and pleasing effect to the exterior. The interior plan allows for
three Rooms and Bath on the Ground Floor. The Living Room is
KMHT ELCVOTON- particularly attractive, being large and well lighted, with a Triple
Window in the front and a large Projection Window forming a very
pretty Alcove at the side. An arch leads from the Living Room to
the open Stairway, which is also approached from the Kitchen, this
being a very convenient feature of the interior arrangement. On the
Upper Floor are two large Bedrooms.
Rosedale would make an ideal Home for a small family. It is inexpen
sive,and what is of great importance, there are no extra rooms to give
unnecessary work to the housewife.

ELEVATION

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VIRGINIA," No. 63
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 24

"

popular Old Colonial type of Home, replete with modern


"

THE conveniences is worthily represented in our VIRGINIA" design.


Plain lines of construction characterize the exterior, the outstanding
"

features being the imposing Side Veranda and Balcony. The


interior plan is very attractive. A Vestibule leads from the
Porch into the Hall, adjoining which is a separate Cloak
Room, an innovation in great demand in modern Homes. The
large Living Room is approached by an Arch from the Hall. Glass
Doors lead into the Dining Room and from the Living Room and
Dining Room to the Veranda. On the Upper Floor there are three
conveniently arranged Bedrooms and a Bath Room with Linen
Closet adjoining. A door leads from the Front Bed Room to the
Upper Balcony.
Space does not permit of the enumeration of all the features of this Home,
but a study of the Plan is worthy of your attention.

B-IilHT

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"ALLENDALE," No. 44
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 32

nature of this Home immediately impresses the


THE imposingadd
The
observer. largeVeranda and the Balcony leading from the
front Bedroom, prominence and dignity to the already attractive
exterior. The interior Plan is devised to give spacious and well
lighted Rooms. Note the Triple Projection Window in the Dining
Room, the open Fireplace in the Living Room, the glass French Doors
dividing these Rooms, and the wide centre Stairway giving easy
access to all Rooms.

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"FAIRLEIGH," No. 45
SEVEN ROOMS, BATH AND SUN PORCH
Size 26 x 29

a discussion as to the most popular Halliday Home, "FAIRLEIGH"


INproved to be a general favorite. The stucco exterior, the project
ing Windows in the Living Room, and the fine Sun Porch are
noticeable and pleasing features. The Ground Floor Plan allows for
a large Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen. On the Upper
floor there are Three Bedrooms with large Closets, a Laundry Chute
and a bright Sewing Room with Bay Windows. The Glass Doors
dividing the Dining and Living Rooms add materially to the furnish
ing of the Home.
The exterior of this Home, although shown in Stucco, can be adapted for
Frame construction, ii desired.

SEB1
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"ALGONQUIN," No. 57
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 36 x 28

the keynote of the general appearance of this


is

SIMPLICITY
Bungalow which is. especially adapted for a large lot or country
Home. The interior is designed for comfort and convenience. The
Ground Floor Plan provides for a Living Room and Dining Room
connected by an arch, Kitchen, Pantry, Bed Room and, in addition,
a convenient Nook between the Kitchen and Dining Room, while on
the Upper Floor, leading from a Central Hall there are three
pleasant Bedrooms, with Closets, and a Bath Room.
MR, E. LEWIS OF BELMONT, N. S., writes as follows of Algonquin :

must say the goods we ordered from you for a house gave complete
"We

satisfaction. Every part seemed to fit perfectly and was fullp up to our
expectations.

BlQffl

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"ALBERTA," No. 67
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 x 32
was designed to meet the requirements of the modern
ALBERTA
Farm Home and every detail that makes for the comfort and
convenience of the Family has been considered. The Ground Floor
Plan allows for the Living Room, Dining Room. Kitchen, Den or
Bedroom, also a Wash Room and Pantry. On the Upper Floor
are four large Bedrooms, each fitted with Clothes Closets, the
Bath Room and a Linen Closet.

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r,

No. 60
"KITCHENER,"

FIVE ROOMS AND BATH


Size 28 x 38

4i ITCHENER" is a neat, attractive and distinctive looking


\f
Iv Bungalow well
worthy The long sloping
of consideration.
Roof extending over the Veranda, with the Gable centred above,
the finish of Bevelled Siding to the First Storey, and -from thence
upward with Stained Shingles, combine to give a harmonious effect
to the exterior which one cannot fail to appreciate. The interior
layout is also attractive. A Vestibule leads to the Living Room, at
the end of which is the Central Hall, giving easy access to all Rooms.
The two Bedrooms are fitted with
Clothes Closets and, conveniently sit

uated to the Hall, is a Linen Closet. A


built-in Cabinet is a feature of the
Kitchen.

From a
"

well satisfied
"

customer
Grassie Station. Ont .

The car load of material tor my new Home


arrived in splendid condition. I am well
satisfied with it and thank you for your
I

prompt delivery.
L. G. STEWART

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No. 51
"ROSEMOUNT,"
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 28

you prefer a home of the square plan type? If so "ROSEMOUNT"


DO will please you. It is distinctive and imposing in appearance,
the Stucco finish lending added charm to the exterior. The interior
plan possesses many features. A Vestibule leading from the Veranda
gives access to the Living Room, and to the adjoining Den, which
can be used as either a Library or an Office. Glass French Doors
divide the Living Room and the Dining Room. On the First
Floor there are four Bedrooms, with ample Closet accommodation,
and an Upper Balcony over the Rear Porch.
The exterior of this Home, although shown in Stucco, can be adapted for
Frame construction if preferred.

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OAKLANDS," No. 30
FIVE ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 x 40

in arrangement, with available space utilized to the


all

COMPACT
best advantage every respect, a very. desirable
"OAKLANDS" is in
Home. The Stucco finish, with Panelled Gable and the large Veranda
extending along the front and side, combine to give an artistic and
attractive effect to the exterior. The interior plan consists of two
well lighted Bedrooms, with Clothes Closets, a large Living Room,
Riorrr CLBVATIOS-
Dining Room, Kitchen and
Bath InRoom.
addition,
there a Vestibule opening
is

from the side Veranda, ad


joining which is a convenient
Cloak Room.

The exterior of this f lome, although shown


in Stucco, can be adapted for Frame con
struction if preferred.

"Satisfaction in Every Respect"

"The finishings, hardware, etc.. that


you have supplied me have been satis
-
RERR ELEVATION factory in every respect. have had 1

guile a number call to see the house


and all think the chesnut excellent.
expect to builcl a veranda apd porch
I

in the Spring and hope you can furnish


me with the necessary material.
RUSSEL LAWRENCE,
Bronte, Ont.

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"BRUNSWICK," No. 66
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 24

would be imagine a more conveniently arranged Home


difficult to
ITthan The neat and attractive exterior is in com
"BRUNSWICK."

plete harmony with the desirable layout of the interior. The veranda
leads to a spacious Hall, to the right of which is the Living Room,
with the Dining Room adjoining. The Kitchen is at the rear of the
Hall and is easy of access to the Stairway. A built-in Cabinet is a
useful feature of the Kitchen. Upstairs are three Bedrooms, with
Clothes Closets, and a Bath Room.
Mr. W. H. Pritchard, Fergus, Ont. writes:
We were well satisfied with all the material. We found the Georgia Pine
especially good, also the Hardware. The Maple floors were good. We are
pleased with our dealings with you.

Riant

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LfifT ELEVMtOK

"SOMERSET," No. 35
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 23 6"

Home is made attractive by its neat and unpretentious


THIS appearance. Simple lines of construction has been followed
throughout, permitting only of such ornamentation as will harmonize
with the general design. The same neatness characterizes the
interior plan, all the rooms being conveniently arranged. An Arch
leads from the Hall to the spacious and well-lighted Living Room.
Another Arch leads to the Dining Room, with the Pantry and
Kitchen adjoining. Upstairs there are three Bedrooms, Bath and
the_Sewing Room.
MR. J. PATERSON, Englehart, One., writes:
R.EE\R. ELEVATION
material supplied by you is very satisfactory, the Birch Flooring
"The

especially being the nicest I have seen for some time."

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"FAIRFIELD," No. 32
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 22

HOMES are much more


attractive than they appear in . m
u
SOME the picture. FAIRFIELD" is one of these Homes which does not
"
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show to the best advantage in print. In reality the exterior


effect with the four large Mullion Windows in front and the Stained
Shingle finish to the upper storey, is very charming. The interior
plan has been devised with a view to utilizing all available floor
mm
space. The Rooms are all large and well lighted, the Living Room
being particularly attractive. The three Bed rooms are each supplied E-RAR.
with Clothes Closets. Note the open stairway at the rear of the
Living Room, which, in addition to being conveniently situated and
occupying little space, adds materially to the furnishing of the room.
MR. N. RUBY, of Tavistock, One., writes:
you very much
"Thank for the shipment of material for the House; every
thing was good."

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-LETT No. 69
"HAMILTON,"

SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH


Size 32 x 26

all the charming designs illustrated in this


OF "HAMILTON" stands second to none in popularity.detailed
description of the exterior seems unnecessary, for its many charming
Catalogue,
A
rv V features appeal to every observer. The interior design is no less
5=-pK^g^

"
pleasing than the exterior. On the Ground Floor there are the
Living and Dining Rooms, a Den, Kitchen, a Breakfast "Nook" and
a Pantry. There are "built-in" Bookcases in the Den. On the
Upper Floor are three Bedrooms, with ample Closet accommodation,
a Bath Room and Balcony
Mr.. [Dickie, who purchased two of our "HAMILTON" Homes, writes:
R.R. No. 5, Truro, N.S., Jan. 3, 1921.
"We take this opportunity to thank you for giving us your best and prompt

attention in building our two new "Halliday Homes" in 1920. The mate
rial we found highly satisfactory. It arrived in A-l condition, and is even
better than we expected. It will give us pleasure to recommend you to
others, feeling confident that they will meet with equal satisfaction."
DICKIE BROS, Per H.E.D.
NOTE. "HAMILTON" can be adapted for Frame construction if such is
preferred to Stucco.

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No. 47
"ORMSBY,"
SIX ROOMS, BATH AND SLEEPING PORCH
Size 40 x 36
winter scene depicted here does not indicate coldness except
THE on the outside. "ORMSBY." with its Stucco Exterior and
Halliday Standard Construction, would be warm and snug during
winter whilst the wide Terrace extending along the front and side
\voulcl make a delightful summer residence. The rooms are spacious
and well arranged, special features of interest and usefulness being
the ample cupboard accommodation, the built-in Buffet in the Dining
Room, the French Doors leading from the Dining Room to the
Veranda, and the ELEVATION-
Screened Porch at
the rear of the
Terrace.

Satisfaction From
Halliday
Material

Stratford, Ont.
have received the
"

Car load of Material


and wish to let you
know lhat I am highly
pleased with it.

ELEVATION-
HARRY COOK.

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"BROOKSIDE," No. 13
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 35 x 24

compact, convenient and cosy would be a fitting com


NEAT,
ment to make concerning this little Cottage. The unpreten
tious yet artistic design causes one to think of "Home" and comfort.
The interior is designed with a view to giving all available space for
the Rooms, the Hall having been omitted in order to allow for an
extra large Living Room. A built-in Cabinet is a very desirable
feature of the Kitchen. There are two Bedrooms on the Ground
Floor and two on the Upper Floor, also three Clothes Closets and
Bath Room.
Mr. Alex. Mcllreath, Winchester Springs, writes:
I received the shipment in good order, and am well pleased \vith it.

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No. 36
"GLENDALE,"
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 20 x 35

on simple constructional lines has been consid


effect
ARTISTIC
ered in planning this fascinating and extremely attractive
Bungalow. The Curved Roof and large Veranda add to the existing
charm of the exterior. The interior Plan allows for a large Centre
Hall, with the Dining Room and Living Room on either side.
The Kitchen adjoins the Dining Room and to the right is the Den
or downstairs Bedroom. Upstairs are three Bedrooms with ample
Clothes Closets, and the Bathroom.
Mr. John Rollins, Beachburg, Ont., writes
have been comparing prices of Homes and most
"

I , find yours satisfactory."

RIOHT ELEVATION-

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"BURLINGTON," No. 50
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 \ 44

effect,combined with every detail which makes for


ARTISTIC
comfort and convenience were the objects in view when design
ing this charming Bungalow. The rooms are all of good size, and
are well lighted, the Dining Room with its fine Bay Window being
particularly attractive. There is a large Fireplace in the Living Room,
with Bookcase built-in on either side, which, in addition to their
usefulness, add materially to
the furnishing of the Home.
Other features of interest and
service are the built-in Kitchen
Cabinet and Clothes Closets
connected with each of the
three Bedrooms.

Perfect Satisfaction

Moose Creek, Ont.


The Maple Flooring has arrived.
It is beautiful. 1 am perfectly
satisfied with it.

j. R. MCDONALD.
NOTE. Maple or Birch Hardwood
Floors are supplied with all higher
priced Halliday Homes.

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"AMHERST," No. 34
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 3 1 x 28

MHERST "

possesses the advantages which are associated


all
with a square plan type of Home. It is of artistic but simple

construction; the rooms are well arranged, no space being wasted,


and it is easy to heat during the winter months. The plan allows
for four Bedrooms and Bath, a large Living Room, Dining Room and
Kitchen. Special features of interest and usefulness are the large
Veranda, the Clothes Closets attached to each Bedroom, and the
China Closet and Pantry situated between the Dining Room and
Kitchen.

V %-,

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"OTTAWA," (Duplex Home), No. 68


SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 51 x 26

T HISdesign was specially prepared in response to enquiries for a


Home to accommodate two families. It consists of two com
plete "self-contained"

Homes with the same


number of Rooms and
conveniences for each
family. Each Home
contains a Living Room,
Dining Room, Kitchen
and Pantry on the
Ground Floor and three
Bedrooms and Bath, with
Clothes and Linen Clos
ets on the Upper Floor.
There is also a Vestibule
leading to each Hall, and
an adjoining Coat Room.
This Home would make
a profitable investment
for a family desiring to
live in one part and to
rent the other.

moat

Everything as Ordered
--and Satisfactory

Bothwell, One.
I received material from you
and find everything to be just
as it was orderedand satisfac
tory.
JAMES COLEMAN.

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BELLEAIRE," No. 65
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 34 x 24

upon well-proportioned lines of construction, with


DESIGNED
Stucco finish to the exterior, well arranged Windows, and Front
Door with Side Panels. "BELLEAIRE" presents an appearance which
is particularly attractive and The interior is planned to
pleasing.
give equal satisfaction. On the Ground Floor there is a large well-
lighted Living Room with Fireplace, also the Dining Room and
Kitchen. The Upper
Floor Plan allows for
four Bedrooms, each -REAR. ELliV
fitted with a Clothes
Closet, the Bath Room
and a bright Sewing
Room with Bay Window.
The exterior of thisHcme although
shown in Stucco, can be adapted
for Frame construction if desired.

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A further tribute to
Halliday "Service"
p
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~\
and "Quality"
I i

~Mi- EL
Windsor, Ont.
consider the safe arrival
"I

of this material as a good piece


of work on the part of your HKiHT
Company. I wish to take this
means of expressing my plea
sure and to thank you for your
good service and the good
quality of material. I hope to
be able to get you some orders
by showing my home to others.
ROBT. R. McARTHUR

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"TRENTON," No. 52
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 x 38

taste is exemplified in every part of the plan of this very


GOOD
attractive Bungalow. The unusual exterior design, with its
tapering Stone Piers supporting the Main Roof, which extends over
the Veranda, is very effective. The interior plan comprises many
features which will appeal to those of artistic temperament. A large
Colonnade separates the Living Room and the Dining Room, each
of which has an attractive beamed Ceiling. A built-in Bookcase
on each side of the Colonnade adds materially to the furnishing of
the Living Room. There are four Bedrooms in this Home two
on the lower and two on the upper floors.

The Shingle Finish to the rpper storey of


TRENTO N gives a very pleasing effect.

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"DUNSMORE," No. 26
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 28 x 31

design of a Square Plan Home at moderate cost


A PLEASING
is illustrated in DfNSMORE." The exterior finish of Bevelled
Siding and Stained Shingles forms an attractive combination.
The interior layout is well devised. A Vestibule leads into the large
and well lighted Living Room, to the right of which is a Room
that can be used for either a Den. or a downstairs Bedroom. The
Dining Room and Kitchen are conveniently situated close to the
Centre Stairway. On the First Floor there are four Bedrooms
and Bath Room, also Clothes and Linen Closets.
MR. M I. North Sydney, N. S \vrites:-
McNEIL, of
A. North
With reference to the trim and finish lumber which you supplied lor Mr. Bill.

Sydney 1find everything of the highest quality and quite satisfactory

l-\>r
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No. 33
"NORWOOD,"
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Sire 20 x 27

one of our most attractive, medium priced Bunga


is

NORWOOD
lows. has It been designed to meet the needs of the family
desiring a small Home, without dispensing with the conveniences
usually obtained in a larger and more expensive Home. The Ground
Floor Plan allows for a Hall, Living Room and Kitchen. On the
First Floor are three Bedrooms, with Clothes Closets adjoining and
the Bath Room. The compact and well devised interior, combined
with a neat and artistic exterior, has made "NORWOOD" extremely
popular amongst Home Builders.
ELEVATION- MR J. A. SMYTHE. Windsor, Ont., writes of "NORWOOD."
Regarding the material for Home No. 33. 1 wish to say that everything class
is first
in every respect, and your treatment of me could not have been better 1 will gladly
recommend you to any prospective builder.

RIGHT BLEVOTIOS -

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"SANFORD," No. 43
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH
Size 34 x 26

spacious Veranda, and the Balcony leading from the front


THE Bedroom, immediately call for favorable comment on this
charming Semi-Bungalow. The impression created by a view of the
exterior is enhanced by a study of the interior plan.- To the right
of the Hall is the large Living Room, which is connected with the Sun
Room by glass French Doors. On the left side of the Hall is the
well-lighted Dining Room and the large Kitchen, Upstairs there are
four Bed Rooms, with Clothes Closets, and the Bath Room.
DR. A. J. MENARD, of Windsor, Ont writes:
.

would be ungrateful, indeed, if 1 did not say a word of appreciation for


"It

the high quality of both Lumber and Hardware sent me for your house
SANFORD.

RIGHT

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"WENTWORTH," No. 62
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 30 \ 42

compact and attractive Bungalow is worthy of the study

THIS
of every Home-Builder. The exterior design \\ith its Stone
Veranda and Piers, and its artistic Gable Roof construction, presents
a very pleasing appearance. The interior design embodies many
desirable features. There are three Bedrooms, with Clothes Closets,
Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Bath. All the Rooms are
within easy access of the Centre Hall. The Beamed Ceilings in the
Living and Dining Rooms create a very artistic effect.

Our Aim to Satisfy Every


Customer

Si . I hi>m;is, Ont.

I ;iin well pleased with the

iiitiierial. My friends say it is the

best they have seen come into the

city.

( .1 IAISI i-.s Sc:u VSH

I
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"SPRINGFIELD," No. 28
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Size 22 x 28

PRINGFIELD" is another of our popular medium priced


Homes. The exterior is shown in the Picture as being finished
with Bevelled Siding up to the First Storey and from thence upwards in
"Stucco." This
gives an artistic and distinctive appearance to the
Home. The interior has been arranged to give all the conveniences
that would be obtained in a larger Home. On the Ground Floor
there are the Living Room, with Triple windows, Dining Room and
Kitchen, and on the Upper Floor are three Bedrooms and Bath, two
Clothes Closets and a Linen Closet.
NOTE We can supply Shingles for finishing the Upper Storey (as shown
in the miniature elevations) if these are preferred to Stucco.

Concerning this

Home, Mr. J.
Manning writes:
The material you
supplied in your
Home No. 28 for
Mr. Bertram, at
Snelgrove. was first-
class in every res
pect.
1 understand that
several p e o p l.e n i

the vicinity are


going to build and
they all speak of
ordering a "1 lall- LEFT
iday Home" which
I can heartily re
commend.

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58
BELLEVIEW," No.
EIGHT ROOMS AND BATH
Size 31 x 26

would make an ideal Farm Home. The design is


neat and artistic the Projection Windows for the Living Room
BELLEVIEW
and Front Bedroom, and the finish of the Walls in Bevelled Siding
and Stucco, giving a distinctive appearance to the exterior. The
interior plan allows for a Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen.
Wash Room and Pantry on the Ground Floor and four Bedrooms
\vith Clothes Closets, and the Bath Room on the Upper Floor. There
is also a Linen Closet close to the Bath Room and a Balcony leading
from the rear Bedroom.
The exterior of this Home, although shown partly in Stucco can he adapted entirely for

Frame construction if preferred.

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"GLANWORTH," No. 64
SIX ROOMS AND BATH
Sire 28 x 34

A glance at this Home, with its long rows of windows, its fine
Porch and its attractive Front Entrance, gives an immediate
impression of comfort and cheeriness. "GLANWORTH is indeed a -

Home of brightness and distinction, which many would be proud to


own. The interior Plan equals that of the exterior in distinction
and charm. From the Front Porch one enters a Vestibule, connected
with which is a Cloak Closet. The large Living Room adjoins the
Vestibule and to the right is the Dining Room, leading to the Kitchen.
On the First Floor are three Bedrooms, each with a Clothes Closet, -
the Bath Room and a convenient Closet for Linen.
The exterior of although shown in Stucco can
"GLANWORTH," be adopted
for Frame construction if prefered.

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IN THE FOREGOING PAGES OF THIS BOOK YOU WILL
FIND MANY TESTIMONIALS FROM PURCHASERS OF
HALLIDAY HOMES WHO HAVE FOUND IN THEM
"COMPLETE SATISFACTION IN EVERY
RESPECT." IF SPACE PERMITTED WE COULD PRINT
HUNDREDS OF SUCH TESTIMONIALS FROM CUSTOMERS
WHO HAVE TRIED AND PROVED THAT "HALLIDAY
SERVICE
"

IS ALL OR MORE THAN WE CLAIM IT TO BE.

IN ADDITION TO THE CONVINCING TESTIMONY OF OUR


CUSTOMERS, YOU ARE PROTECTED BY OUR THREE
SECURITY -- SERVICE -
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FOLD GUARANTEE OF
SATISFACTION." THIS GUARANTEE HAS BEHIND IT A
RECORD OF MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS OF FAIR AND
UPRIGHT BUSINESS DEALING.

THEREFORE; ORDER THE HOME OF YOUR CHOICE


WITHOUT HESITATION AND WITH THE ASSURANCE
THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE A HOME OF WHICH YOU, AS
WELL AS OURSELVES, WILL BE PROUD, AND IN WHICH
YOUR DREAMS OF AN "IDEAL HOME" WILL FIND
REALIZATION.