Originally published August 30, 1906
For the Farmer, Mechanic and Laborer
The Homeseekers Haven
Where Grain Growing, Stock Raising and Dairying Produce Wealth Rapidly
IN 1905 2,643,588 acres produced 55,761,416 bushels of wheat, average per acre, over 21 bushels.
Farmers expended over $4,000,000 in erecting new buildings.
Winnipeg building returns show $10,000,000 expended.
A Provinciag Agricultural College established.
Land everywhere in the Province continues to increase in value. It now ranges in value from $6.00 to $50.00 per acre.
Manitoba has 40,000 prosperous farmers.
Manitoba has still 20,000,000 acres arable, virgin prairie open for settlement.
To Prospective Settlers
Coming to the Great West - you can not afford to pass through Winnipeg without stopping to obtain full information about homesteads ; also lands for sale by the Provincial government, and Railway and Land Companies.
R. P. Rollin, Premier of Manitoba and Minister of Agriculture.
For special information apply to
J. J. GOLDEN
617 Main Street,
77 York Street,