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Canada. The Country Of Opportunities. Free Land For All. Work For All.
A Lantern Lecture By Mr. H.C. Lee of Ontario, Canada
Will Be Given In The Workmen's Club Room, Ingatestone on
Thursday, Dec. 22, 1910 At. 7.30 p..m.
Subject: Canada and the Golden Opportunities She offers the Worker.
Farmers with Small Capital. Farm Labourers and Domestics are especially invited to attend.
Personally conducted parties of the Canadian Northern Railway Co.'s Emigration Department are
sailing regularly. Next party sails Jan.11, 1911. For literature and further advice write The
Advice Bureau, 2, Springfield Road, Chelmsford, or F. Moss, European Emigration Agent, Bond
Court House, Walbrook, London, E.C. Come to the Lecture. Bring your friends and get first-hand
information on The Granary Of The Empire. The Glorious Dominion Of Canada.
Printed By A.Driver & Sons, Tindale Street, Chelmsford.
Canada The Country That Spells Opportunity.
Land For All. Work For All.
Lecture by Mr. Edward Adair (of Vancouver, British Colunbia)
in the Town Hall, Langport.on Tuesday, November 15th 1910 at 8 p.m. Subject: "Canada And
Her Golden Opportunities." Admission Free.
An unequalled chance to get first hand advice on all matters relating to Britain's Greatest
Heritage, the Glorious Dominion of Canada. Mr. Adair, who is an enthusiast on his native
country, and who undertakes his lecturing tour without remuneration, has advised and conducted
thousands of Emigrants across the Atlantic, and has helped tp place them in paying positions in
Farmers with small capital, Farm Labourers and Domestics are specially urged to hear Mr. Adair.
Mrs. Edwards who is also Canadian, and is the daughter of Mr. Adair, will be present to
interview and advise Domestic Servants. Personally conducted parties. are being arranged by the
Canadian Northern Railway Co.'s Emigration Dept. For descriptive literature and further
information, write the Advice Bureau, 20a, Princes Street, Yeovil; or write to the European
Emigration Agent of the Company, Bond Court House, Walbrook, London, E.C.
Canada Means Work For All. Lecture By Mr. H.C. Lee (Of Toronto, Ontario, Canada), in the
Small Hall Bishops Stortford, On Thursday, Jan. 26, 1911
At 8 p.m.
Subject: Canada And Her Golden Opportunities. Admission Free.
Mr. Lee has had a number of years' experience in Canada,. and can speak of the opportunities
and prospects for Englishmen from an Englishman's point of view.
Mr. Lee will be in Town, Friday, 27th, for the purpose of advising intending settlers in Canada.
The place for interviews will be announced at the Lecture. Special advantages to Farmers with
small capital, Farm Labourers and Domestics. Situations Guaranteed. Assisted Passages
arranged. Personally conducted parties are being arranged by the Canadian Northern Railway
Co.'s Emigration Dept. For descriptive literature and further information write the Advice
Bureau, 2, Springfield Road, Chelmsford, or write to the European Emigration Agent of the
Company, 21, Charing Cross, London, S.W.
Printed By A. Driver & Sons, Chelmsford.
At 8 p.m.
Don't Miss, Mr. Edward Adair's Lecture On Canada At The Ball Room, Shire Hall.
Chair Will Be Taken By Mr. Alderman J.O. Thompson (Editor of the "Essex County
Come and hear about your chances in Britain's Greatest Heritage. The Glorious Dominion Of
Canada. Admission Free.
Printed at the "Essex County Chronicle" Office, Chelmsford.
At Eight p.m., In The Town Hall, Dunmow.
Don't Forget You Are Coming To Mr. H.C. Lee's Lecture
On Canada And The Golden Opportunities She Offers You. Admission Free.
Don't Miss this Chance to get up-to-date Information and Remember Canada To-Night.
Printed By A.Driver & Sons, Chelmsford.
Own Your Own Farm.
You cannot expect to do that in the Old Land, but by Emigrating To Canada ... You can ... Get
160 Acres Free!
Farm Labourers are the very people who are wanted to People the Golden West.
If You want a "Piece Of The Earth" you cannot get in too soon. Call At The Emigration Bureau
of the Canadian Northern Railway, 2 Springfield Rd. Canadians Will Advise You Free .
Parties Conducted to their Destination. Situations Guaranteed.
Printed By A.Driver& Sons, Chelmsford.
Canada Means Work For All.
Lecture by Mr. H.C. Lee ( of Toronto, Canada) in the Victoria Hall, Harlow on Thursday,
February 2nd, 1911 at 8 p.m. Subject: Canada And Her Golden Opportunities.
For Descriptive Literature and further information write the Canadian Northern Emigration
Advice Bureau, 2 Springfield Road, Chelmsford.
Admission Free. See Small Bills.
Text same as above except for the following:
Lecture by Mr. Edward Adair (of Vancouver, British Columbia) in the Moot Hall, Colchester,
Monday, January 9th, 1911 at 8 p.m.