Monday, June 22, 1908 The Globe (Toronto) Page 5

For Muskoka, Lake of Bays and Parry Sound.

The 10 a.m. Grand Trunk vestibule train, with Broiler Buffet parlor car, now running to Muskoka and Lake of Bays, has proved a decided success, and commencing Saturday, June 27th, the Muskoka Navigation Company's steamers will leave Muskoka Wharf at 1.30 p.m., direct for Royal Muskoka and Rosseau, etc. On same date new trains will leave Toronto at 2 a.m. (sleeper open at 10 p.m.), making connection with the flag ship Sagamo, leaving Muskoka Wharf 7 a.m. for Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph. Also at 12 noon, arriving Muskoka Wharf 3.30 p.m., making independent connection for Port Carling, Rosseau, Windermere, Port Sanfield, etc. This train will carry Penetang parlor car, connecting with Northern Navigation Co.'s steamer City of Toronto for the beautiful inland trip through the 30,000 Island scenery to Rose Point and Parry Sound. The three trains, viz., 2 a.m., 10 a.m. and 12 noon, will make direct connection at Huntsville for points on Lake of Bays, including the new hotel Wawa at Norway Point. All the foregoing trains are available from Toronto. Full information at the city office, northwest corner King and Yonge streets.

Railways: G.T.Ry.