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GRANDTRUNK RAILWAYSYSTEM

(v. P.-i154)

Rules and Wages for Telegraphcns

Effective Janualy Lst, 1914.

The

follorving

Rules and

Wages will

govern

the

Tele-

graphers on the Grand

Trunk

Railway.

 

When

additional

Telegraphers'

positions

are

created

corfrpensation will

be

fixed

in

conformity

with

that

for

positions

of

the

same class as shewn by

this

Schedule.

 

ARTICI,E

1.

All

Employees assigned by proper authority

to Railway

Telegraph

or Railway

Telephone service of any

character

or duration

and

the

Station

Agents

incorporated

in

this

schedule will be considered

Telegraphers

within

the

meaning thereof, except Train Despatchers.

ARTICLE 2.

(a) Promotion of Telegraphers shall extend over each Superintendent's Division, and will be governed by merit and ability. Where ability is sufficient,seniority will have

the preference, Superintendent being the judge. Tele- graphers will not be required to accept promotion, but

do not forfeit their

rights to the same or any other pos-

ition to which they may be entitled under seniority when

a vacanc)'occurs. \\then a Telegraphcr accepts a transfer

and after

a

fair

trial

is found

incapable

he

will

take his

place on the esra

list retaining his seniority.

 
 

(b)

In case of a reduction in the nurnber of Telegraphers

crnplol-ed the senior Telegraphers on their respective Div- i=ions rrill be retained in preference to Terlegraphers junior to them, and any Telegrapher so displaced will be given preference for an1' position held b-v a Telegrapher junior in the sen-ice, merit and ability being sLlmcient.

 

(c)

AII

r-acancies and

pr:oposed appointments

to

new

positions

rvhich

it

is

intended

to

create will

be adver-

tised on the

Superintendent's

Division

upon which

they

occur b1'a '23'

message u'ithin five days, and a Telegrapher

shall har-e ten davs from the date of such message within s'hich to file application.

 

(d)

A Telegrapher on leave of absence when a vacancy

occurs rvill not be debarred from claiming the position and

receir-ing the appointment to it.

upon resuming duty if entitled

 

(e)

A correct

list

of

all

Telegraphers

on each

Superin-

tendent's

Di.i'ision, shewing

their

seniority

standing, will

be kept

on

file

in

every

Chief

Train

Despatcher's

ofifrce,

open

to

the

inspection

of

all

Telegraphers

concerned.

A

cop;" of such

list

corrected

to

date will be furnished

the

General Chairman at the beginning of each 1'ear.

 

ARTICLE

3.

A

Telegrapher

will

not

be

suspended

ordischarged

without

just cause, and if suspended or discharged for an

alleged fault

the

reason will

be given

in

writing

and

he

shall

have

a

fair

and

impartial

 

trial

at

which

he may

be

assisted by another

Telegrapher

if he desires, without

ex-

pense to the Company, and be advised of the decision

rvithin

fifteen days after filing his written

request with

the

a

t

i*'

t

,

proper

Officer.

 

If

suspended for

investigation,

such

in-

vestigation

will

be

held

and

he

will

be

advised

of

the

decision

within

fifteen

days

u'ithout

such

request.

If

blameless as charged

he

will

be

paid

his

regular

salary

and be re-instated. Date of suspension to begin frorn date

relieved for investigation

or within

fifteen days frorn date

-of decision.

If

detained

rnore than

fifteen

days awaiting

investigation

at

the

Company's

insLance, he will

be paid

for time lost in excess of fifteen days whether found guilty

or not.

If decision rendered is considered unjust an appeal

may be made verbally

or

in

v'riting

to higher officials.

 
 

AR.TICLE

4,

 

There

wili

be

no

discrimination

 

against

Telegi.aphers

for

being members of the Order

of Railroad

Telegraphers,

and,

when called on

to

serve on Boards of Adjustrnent,

they

will

be

relieved

without

unnecessary

delay

(such

delay

not

to exceed ten

days)

for such purpose, and

only

'on

request of their

Chairman.

 
 

ARTNCLE

5.

 

Telegraphers

 

will

be

granted

free

transportation

 

and

leave of absence to attend

their

meetings, such free trans-

portation

will

not

extend

beyond

the

next

Division

ad-

joining

their

Superintendent's

Division,

a4d

leave

of

absence will

not exceed two

days, and will

only be granted

when it will not interfere with the requirements of the

traffic

and the service, and provided

the

Company

is

not

put

to additional

expense.

 
 

ARTICLE

6.

 

Telegraphers,

upon

application,

will,

if

possible, be

furnished with certified

copies of

all

service cards

and

letLers of recommendation held by the Company, and on

leaving the service the original

shall be returned

and they

3

r

shall also receivea letter stating term of service,capacity in which employed, and whether dischargedor leaving of

their own accord. If discharged reasonsshall

be given;

if detained more than

five days awaiting receipt of service

card they will be paid schedulewages for all time in excess

of five days. Unless otherwise requested they will be mailed to the Telegrapherto the place of his last employ- ment.

ARTICLE

7.

When a Telegrapheris transferredby order of the proper

Official the Company will furnish free transportation for himself, family and householdgoods, where such free transportation is not conLrary to law, and he shall suffer

no loss of time in consequence.

ARTICLE

8.

A Telegrapher called upon to attend CourL or investi- gation at the request of a proper Official of the Company shall receive the same compensation as if on duty. If away from home he will be allowed reasonableexpenses,

any witness fees which may by the Company.

accrue to him to be retained

ARTICLE

9.

Telegraphersperforming duty at rvrecksor other mr-

gencyoffices will be paid their regular wagesand reasonable expenses,

ARTICLE

10.

Telegrapherswill not be required to clear platforms of

snow, cut or pile wood, load or unload wood or

coal, sift

ashes, scrub

stations, clean chimneys, clean or disinfect

stock cars or outbuildings.

ARTICLE

11.

Telegrapherswill not be required to teach telegraphy, ,nor shall a Telegrapherteach Telegraphy on the Company's ,premiseswithout permission of the Superintendent.

ARTICLE

12.

If Telegraphersare required to attend switch or sema-

,phore lamps they will be paid Four Dollars (94.00) per

month

for six (6) or lesssuch lights and fifty (b0) cents per

month for each additional switch or semaphorelight at such station. Nothing in this article will relieve Tele- graphersfrom their responsibilitiesunder the rules.

ARTICLE

13.

At stations where dwelling, fuel and light are provided,

the dwelling will as far as practicable be reservedexclusive-

ly

to

for the use of the agent and his family unlesshe elects r€side elsewhere.

The Company will

keep its dwellings in good repair.

Occupants must keep such dwellings and their surround- ings clean and must pay for repairs other than those due to

ordinary wear and tear. A Telegrapheroccupying a Company's dwelling and rvho

may be dismissed from the Company's service will be allowed to retain occupancyof the dwelling until he is paid

all monies due

him by the Company unless payment of

such monies is restrained by legal process. When wood

is supplied for fuel it will be cut in lengths not exceeding sixteen inches.

ARTICLE

14.

Present arrangements by which Telegraphers are now paid commissions by Express and Telegraph Companies doing businesson the Grand Trunk premises will be con- tinued during the lifetime of this schedule.

 

ATdTICLE

15.

 

(a)

Except

at

offices rvhere the

hours

of

service

are

restricted by law to less than eleven hours per day, where

not rnore than t"vo Telegraphers are employed, eleven con-

secutive hours including meal hour ciay's work.

shall

constitute

a

 

At offices where more than two Telegraphers are employ-

ed ten consecutive hours including

rneal hour will

consti-

tute a day's rvork, or at the Company's option eight con-

secutive hours t'ithout

a

meal

hour.

 

(b)

Telegraphers working more than eight consecutive

hours

per day

wili

be allov,'ed sixty consecutive minutes

for a meal betrveen the fourth and sixth hours of servicen

or

in lieu thereof

they

rvill be paid

one hour

overtime

and

rvill be excused for lunch as soon thereafter as possible.

 
 

AR.TICLE

16.

 

(a)

A

Telegrapher

required

to

remain

on duty

longer

than the number of hours constituting

a day's

work rvill be

gi-,ren an official order and be excused in the same manner

and will be allorved overtime as per clause (b).

 
 

(b)

O."'ertime will

be computed

pro

rata

 

on

schedule

wages on the

basis of thirty

days per month,

but

in

no

case less than thirty (30) cents per hour.

 
 

In

computing

overtime,

less than

thirty

 

minutes

will

not be counted,

thirty

minutes

and

le-.s than

sixty

will

be counted as one hour.

 
 

(c)

If a Telegrapher

is called before

or after his regular

hours

he 'r'ill

be allowed

fifty

(50) cents for

each call

for

rvhich one hour's

service shall, if necessary, be performed

except rvhen a Telegrapher is required to attend a regular

scheduled train

due at

his station

within

three hours after

his regular eleven hours duty,

when he will

receive thirty

(30) cents for

the first

hour

of duty

or any portion

thereof.

b

If

required

on cluty

more than

one hour

hc

'will

be paitl

ovcrtime thereafter. as pcr clause (b).

F'ractions of a$ hour to be cornputerl

 

(d)

Except in cases of emergency. Telegraphers u'ill bc

ai,lolgecl eight

consectttive

hours

off

duty

in

the

twenty-

for-rr.

 
 

(e)

Overtime

will

not be allowed unless overtime

tickets

consecutivcly nurnbered are maiied to the proper Official

within forty-eight

hours from the tirne service is performecl'

trf overtime

is

not

allowed,

Telegraphers

will

be notified

within

ten

clays from

the

time

service was

performed

setting forth

the reasons.

 
 

AR.T ICI.E

17.

 

Tetregraphers required

to

rvork

on

Sunday rvill be paid

exrra pi'o rata on schedule salary for such service based on

Lrventy-six days per month

(any portion

of

an

hour

less

than thirty

minutes

not

to

count, any

portion

of

an hour

thirty

rninutes or over

to counl

as one hour)

v,rith a mini-

for

rnurn compensation of thirty

(30)

cents

each call

which shall cover the first hour's service.

If

kept on duty

more than one hour they on schedule salary.

shall thereafter be paid pro rata

 

Telegraphers required for

Sunday

duty

other

than

at-

icnilance on regular passenqer trains, so aclvised on the previous daY'

rvill,

if

possible, be

 

ARTICLE

18.

 

T'clegraphers rvho have been in the employ

of the Com-

p,anv four

or iltore consecutive

years n'ill

be allowed

Lr'vo

'weeks' leave of absence each year with

full pay.

lf the Compan-rt find it inconvenient to grant leave of ab:ence during anJ/ year to a Telegrapher who has applied

ior

and is entitled

to

it

under this a"ule,the Telegrapher

n

a

 

TELEGRAP}trER.S' R.ATES OF PAY.

 

shall, at his option, receive either compensation at his

rcgular salar,vfor the period or in the next year additional

 

"L"-Light.

lcave of absencefor a like period.

 

Eastern

l-ines.

Applications for leave of absence filed in January of

 

each year rvill

be given preferencein the order of seniority

Srerron.

 

Posrtloi.t.

Sei.lnY.

of applicants, and applicants will if possiblebe advised in

Portlancl

D.

OPr

fi77 .54

February of dates allotted to them.

January

applicants

Fortland Jct

 

Agent

60.00

will have preferenceover later applicants, and applicants

after September thirtieth

will

not

be entitled to

salary

Deering

1stOPr .....

ZndOpr .....

3rd Opr .....

57'50

57.50

57.50

compensationif the Company is unable to relieve them in

Cumberland

........

Agent

 

60.00

that year. The Company will, as far as practicable,

Yarmouth

Agent

70.00

relieve applicants during the summer seasonwhen so de-

sired.

In the event of a Telegrapherbeing dischargedor lear.ing

Yarmouth Jct

 

OPt.

....

Agent

 

55.00

North Yarmouth

60.00

Pownal

.Agent

New Gloucester Agent .....

60.00

60.00

the service on proper notice before obtaining the deferred

leave of absencehe will be paid his salary for same.

Danville Jct

I-erviston l.t.

........

.

A!ent

Afent

.......

75.00

60.00

H. F.

FI. F.

L .

I-.

     

Opr ..

55.00

 

ARTICLE

T9.

Lewiston

.Agent

105.00

H.

F. L.

 

Oor ..

60.00

A sufficient number of Relief Agents will be employedto

meet all reasonabledemands. When away

from head-

quarters they will be allowed fifty (50) cents per day ex-

Empire Road ..

\{eihanic

Falls

 

Aient

60.00

..

.Agent

75.00

H. F. L.

 

D.

Opr ......

a*;"?fl':: :

55.00

i3 33

H.F. L.

penses.

Any

Telegrapher relieving an agent will be con-

oxrord

sidcred a Relief Agent.

 

South Paris.

 

Agent

60'00

Telegrapherscalled away from their regular positionsto

 

opt ..

Opr ..

55.00

relieve an operator temporarily will be paid Five Dollars

Opt ..

55.00

($5.00)per month in addition to

regular salary but not less

Norrvay

Agent

60.00

than the salary of the party relieved.

 

West Paris

 

Agenf

60.00

 

Opr ..

55.00

 

Bryant'sFond

......

Agent .......

60.00

 

ARTICLE

20.

Opr ..

50.00

 

Opt ..

 

55.00

_i

 

.

iVlinimum monthly .wages shall be as follows:-

 

Copperville

 

.Aient

55.00

H. F. L.

 

WestMilan Agent .........

 

60.00

Operators.

Agentswith House,Fuel and Light

Agentswithout House,Fuel and Light

 

$55.00

55.00

tr-ockes Mills

tsethel.

 

Agent

.Agent

60.00

70.00

 

.

.

Opr ..

55.00

.

.

.

.

.

60.00

WestBethel

........

Agent.

 

60.00

RcliefAgents

 

75.00

;

Sra:rror.l Posruow. Gilead. shelburne RFJ;i::.:::: Gorham. ..... Agent ....... opr .. opt .. Berlin. opr ..
Sra:rror.l
Posruow.
Gilead.
shelburne
RFJ;i::.::::
Gorham.
.....
Agent
.......
opr ..
opt ..
Berlin.
opr ..
opr ..
Percy
Ageni
opt ..
Groveton.
Ri:;;::::
:: :
opr ..
StratfordHollorv.
?F;";::. :. ::
North
Stratford ....
.Agent
opr ..
opr ..
Wenlock.
Opr.
IslandPond.
.Op" ..
opr ..
summit
Lake.
Agent
Norton N'Iills.
.Agent
opr ..
Dixvlre.
f;*.:
..
'.',:
Coaticooke
....
Agent
...
i ...
.
opr ..
H'rhurst
........ .. Ri:;
... :
:
:
:
Compton
...
.'
..
.Agent
Waterville
.Agent
opt ..
opr ..
Lennoxville .
...
,.
8fl:::: : : : :. :
.
opr
......
.: .

.r la.'Cu ..

331:::::::::

Ser,eny

60.00

55.00

60.00

85.00

H. F. L.

55.00

55.00

55.00

72.50

57.50

57.50

55.00

H. F. L.

55.00

55.00

67.50

55.00

55.00

60.00

75.00

F. anrl L.

55.00

55.00

55.00

70.00

65.00

65.00

55.00

55.00

Fr.F. L.

65.00

H.

F. L.

55.00

55.00

60.00

75.00

57.50

57.50

55.00

H, F. L.

55.00

H. F. L.

62.00

H. F. L.

55.00

55.00

60.00

F.

&

L.

55.00

55.00

IC)

Srerrox.

 

Posrtrou.

Ser-env.

 

'Sherbrooke

Agent

..

  • 110.00 H. F. L.

 

Opr ..

65.00

Opr

......

; ..

65.00

Bromptonville

.......

Agent

65.00

 

Opr ..

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

WindsorMills

......

Agent

 
  • 70.00 H. F. L.

 

Opr,.

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Richmond

 

Opr.

70.00

'Gore.

Opr ..

70.00

.Agent

60.00

 

Opr ..

55.00

Lisgar.

 

.Afent

55.00

H. F. L.

So.Durham

........

Agent

 
  • 55.00 I{.F.L.

 

Opr

..

55.00

Danby

 

.Ageqt

55.00

H. F. L:

.Acton Vale ..

.Agent

60.00

F.

&

L.

 

Opr ..

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Upton.

 

.Agent

60.00

F.

&

L.

"St.

Liboire

.....

.Agent

 

Opr

..

55.00

Britannia

 

.Ag'ent

55.00

H. F. L.

Ste. Rosalie

.Qpt.

63.00

 

Opr ..

60.00

St. Hyacinthe

 

Ag"nt

100.00

F.

&

L.

 

Opr ..

60.00

Opq ..

60.00

Ste. Madeleine

Agent

 

62.50

St. Hilaire

 

.Agent

  • 57.50 H. F. L.

Beloeil

.Agent.

80.00

F.

&

L.

 

Opr ..

57.50

st.Bazle

 

....

RFk:

::::

3T:33H. F. L.

St. Bruno

....

Agent

62.50

F. &

L.

St. Hubert

.........

Agent

.......

62.50

Southwark

 

.Opr.

55.00

'St. Lambert

Opr ..

55.00

........

Opr.

 

60.00

 

Opr.,

60.00

Pt.

St.

Charles

..

.Opr.

65.00

I

I

Stl,uox.

Posrrror*.

 

Ser,eny.

 

Turcot

.Opr .........

 

60.00

3F*.::::::93:33

 

St. Laurent

.........

Agent

.

0S.Ob

Montreal "D.

Opt.

75.00

Opr ..

75.00

Opr ..

75.00

Opr ...

75.00

3i:.::::::.:[i:33

 

Danviue

......

8fu

...

 

:::.

3?:33

FI. F. L.

Agent

55.00

H.

F. L.

Warwick

Agent

55.00

H.

F. L.

Victoridville Agent .........

 

65.00

Fuel.

 

.

5l-r.00

stanford

......

R|I;i:::::.: !i:33

H.

F. L.

Pressisviue

Rgk.:.: :: :

 

33:33

F.&L.

Ste. Julie.

....

Afent

55.00

H.

F. L.'

Lyster.

.A[ent

..

' .....

 

60.00

H.

F. L.

Opr ..

55.00

Methots

.

..

{.gent

....

.

.

.

55.0U

H

..

F, L;,

St. Agapit

.Age$t

55.100

H.

F. L.

Craigs Road.

.Agenq

55.00

H.

F. L.

Pt. Levi

......

A[ent

.......

 

125.00

opr ..

Aston.

RIJ;i:: .. ...

 

fJ33

H.

F. L.

Doucets,Ldg, .

Agent.

60.00

H.

F. L.

lhree

Rivers.

.A"ient

80.00

Rrin'eleigh.

....

OFr.

bb.00

 

ii.33

H.

F. L.

Ldcadie

H.

F.

I ..

St. Johns.

....

Afent

75.00'

H.

F. L.

Opr ..

57.50

Opr ..

57.50

GrandeLigne

.8E;;fi:i:.:-

fl 33

H.F.L

Stottsville

..........

57.25

F.

&

L.'

T 2

Srlrrow

Pqprlrglr.

L,acalle

Jct

.........

Ag"nt

.......

Opr ..

Laprairie

Agent

'St. Constant

 

Opr ..

........

 

St.

Isidore Jct

..

.Agent.

St. Isidore

,

...

Agent.

Ste. Martine Jct

A,gent.

Howick.

Hewi9kJct ...

Agent.

 

Ormstown

A!ent.

Huntingdon

.........

!Se.rt.

 
 

Opr ..

Opr ..

Whites

.Agent.

St.Agnes.

.....

Agent

.......

 

Opr ..

Ft. Covington

......

Agent

 
 

Opr ..

Opr .........

Opr ..

Bombay

Agent

Agent

Sar,eny.

65.00

55.00

70.00

55.00

60.00

72.50

55,00

62.50

H. F. L.

:

.H.F.L.

I{. F.'L.

FI. F. L.

'

  • 62.50 H. F. L.

  • 60.00 H. F. L.

90.00

55.00

55.00

55.00

62.50

55.00

F. L.

H. F. L.

  • 67.50 Fqel

55.00

55.00

55.00

  • 60.00 Fuel

60.00

B3I:::::::::ii.BB

H.

St. Remi Agent

............

.......

65.00

Fuel

Hemmingford, Agent ......

  • 55.00 H.F.L.

Beauharnois Agent ........

 

.

DepotHarbor

Opr

......

N.Opr ......

Rose Point

Otter Lake.

.Agent.

Edgington

Agent.

Opr

..

Sprucedale

....

Agent.

Kearney.

.....

Ager,t

.......

Ravensworth

........

Agent.

Rainy Lake.

..

Agent.

Opr ..

Brule Lake .

Agent.

Argonquin

Park "

' ' '3f,::::: : . : ::

Rock Lake

.Agent.

60.00

62.50

62.50

60.00

  • 60.00 H. F. L.

55.00

60.00

60.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

60. 00

39:33

60.00

I{.

F.

L .

H. F. L.

H' F' L'

T3

SrerroN.

PosrrroN.

 

Whitney ..

Agent.

opr'.

Madawaska

...

.D. Opr

..

.

.

.

.

 

N.Opr ......

Barrys Bay ..

.Agent.

N.Opr ......

Wilno

.Agent.

Killaloe

Agent.

Pembroke

Agent.

Golden Lake.

.Agent.

Eganv''e.

 

3g::1.:::::.

Douglas.

.....

A1ent

.......

Caldwell

......

Ag"nt

.......

 

Arnprior ..

ft:f:;.::::.

 

Renfrew.

Agent

D.Opr ......

Glasgow.

.....

Agent

.......

Galetta

, Agent.

opt ..

Kinburn.

.....

Agent

"

Carp.

Agent.

Chaudiere Jct

...

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Opt

..

..

.

.

Bank St. Yard

D.

Opr ...

 

.

.

.

 

N.Opr ......

Ottawa'CD'

 

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2ndOpr .....

Rideau Jct

...

.D. Opr ......

 

N.Opr

..

 

, ...

CarlsbadSprings

.Agent.

Vars.

Agent.

Rockland.

Agent.

ClarenceCreek

.

.Agent

...

.

.

.

.

Hammond

Agent.

South Indian

.Agent.

opt ..

Casselman

Agent.

opt ..

Moose Creek.

 

.Agent.

 

opr ..

Maxville

.....

Agent

.......

 
 

opr ..

r4

Sar.env.

62.50

55.00

62.50

62.50

62.50

55.00

60.00

60.00

95.00

60.00

62.50

55.00

60.00

60.00

69.50

55.00

69.50

55.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

62.50

62.50

75.00

75.00

55.00

55.00

60.00

60.00

62.50

60.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

62.50

55.00

60.00

55.00

62.50

55.00

Srenon.

PosrrroN

 

F. L.

  • H. Greenfield

Agent.

Alexandria

Agent.

D.Opr ......

N.Opr ......

F. L.

  • H. Flawkesbury

........

Opr ..

F. L.

  • H. Vankleek.Hill

.Agent

.

.

.

F. L.

  • H. Dalkeith

....

.Agent

...

..

.

.

Glen

.Agent.

F. L.

  • H. St. Justine

....

Agent.

F. L.

  • H. St. Polycarpe Jct

Agent.

D.Opr ......

  • H. F. L.

N.Opr, .....

St. Polycarpe ...

.Agent.

CoteauJct ..

.D.Opr ......

N.Opr ......

Valleyfield

Agent.

D. Onr ......

  • H. F. L.

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F. L.

  • H. St.Louis

.....

Agent

.......

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  • H. F.

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Aubrey.

Agent.

  • H. F.lL.

.

Barrington

Agent.

Opr ..

Henrysburg.:

.......

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Lacolle.

Agent

R.ockfield.

Agent.

Opr ..

Dominion

Agent.

Lachine

Agent.

Opr

..

Opr ..

Dorval

. Agent.

Opr ..

Lakeside

.....

Agent

.......

Pt. Claire.

Agent.

Opr

..

Beaconsfi.eld

Agent.

 

St. Annes.

Agent.

.

Op

...

r5

Selenv.

60.00

72.50

57.50

57.50

72'50

55.00

60.00

60.00

62.25

60.00

70.00

57.00

57.00

60.00

67.50

67.50

80.00

  • H. F. L.

55.00

55.00

60.00

55.00

62.50

55.00

60.00

55.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

  • H. F. L.

55.00

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70.00

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55.00

55.00

55.00

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55.00

60.00

55.00

Fr.F.IL.

55.00

60.00

62.50

55.00

55.00

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Vaudreuil.

Agent.

Opr ..

Opr ..

Cedars

.Agent.

Opt ..

St.

.Agent.

River Beaudette

.....

Agent.

Bainsville.

Agent.

Lancaster.

Agent.

Opr ..

$ummerstown

.......

Cornwall

Agent

Opr ..

Opr ..

MilleRoche

........

Agent.

Opr ..

Opr ..

Wales.

.Agent.

Aultsville.

^A,gent.

Morrisburg

Agent.

Opr ..

Opr ..

Iroquois.

.....

Agent

.......

Opr ..

Cardinal ..

Agent.

Opr ..

Opr

.

Prescott.

.....

Agent

.......

Opr ..

Opr ..

Maitland.

A.gent

Brockville,RA

......

Opt.

Opr ..

Opr ..

Brockville,MD

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Opr ..

fur ..

Lyn ..

.Agent.

Mallorytown

........

Agent

Opr ..

Lansdowne

'A,gent

Gananoque Jct

Agent

O'pr ..

r6

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55.00

55.00

60.00

55.00

55.00

H.

F. L.

55.00

H.

F.

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55.00

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F. L.

55.00

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F. L.

55.00

55.00

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95.00

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60.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

55.00

55.00

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60.00

70.00

FI.F. L.

55,00

55.00

60.00

55.00

60.00

55.00

55.00

90.00

60.00

60.00

55.00

H.

F. L.

67.50

65.00

65.00

67.50

67.50

67.50

55.00

H.

F. L.

55.00

H.

F" L.

55.00

60.00

55.00

H.

F. L.

55.00

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Slleny

Findlay

Agent

60.00

opr ..

Kingston Jct

........

Agent

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.......

65.00

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L .

58.00

Collins Bay ..

.Agent

55.00

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Ernestown

..

i ...

fi;;;:::.:::

33:33 H.F. L.

Opr ..

55.00

.....

Agent .......

80.00

Opr ..

60.00

Opr ..

57.50

Marysville

Agent

55.00

H. F. L.

Shannonville Agent ........

 

55.00

H.F.L.

 

Opr ..

55.00

Belleville, YD

......

65.00

Opr ..

65.00

Beueviue,8,

331::::

...

:::::

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Opr ..

75.00

Opt ..

75.00

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Opr,.

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Sydney ..

.....

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'

55.00

Brighton

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..:

f3.33

Opr ..

55.00

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colborne

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93:33

Opr ..

55.00

Grarton

Cobourg.

3g5; :::::

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3!:33 H.F. L.

90.00

lI.F.L.

.....

.......

 

Opr ..

60.00

Pt.Hope. Ri:;;:::::::33:33

H.F.L.

 

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60.00

Newtonviue.,,,

..

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,

..

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.

55.00

17

Srerrou.

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Selanv.

Newcastle

....

Agent

 

55.00

Bowmanville

........

Agent

 

80.00

Opr ..

 

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Darlington

Agent

55.00

Oshawa

.

Agent

80.00

Opr ..

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Whitby Jct

...

Agent

62.50

 

Opr ..

55.00

Pickering

.....

Agent

..

,

....

60.00

Pt. Union

Agent

 

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Scarboro'Jot Agent

........

 
 

Opr ..

 

60.00

Madoc

.A.sent

 

62.50

Madoc

.

.A[ent

 

55.00

 

Opr ..

55.00

Stirling.

......

Agent

.......

57.50

Campbellford

Agent

 

85.00

Hastings.

Agent

 

65.00

 

.

55.00

.

55.00

Keene

Asent

 

55.00

Peterboro

.....

Agent

120.00

C)pr

..

60.00

Opr

..

60.00

I.alcefield

Agent

 

65.00

Bethany

Agent

60.00

N4illbrook.

,{sent

62.50

GardenHill ..

.Asent

 

60.00

Oniemee

Jct

........

Agent

.......

55.00

Lindsay

.

70.00

Lorne-rille Jct

Agent

 

55.00

Opr

..

55.00

Opr ..

55.00

Beaverton