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The story of Canada's winter port : how St. John after being side- tracked for years by the Conservative Party became a great national port after the Liberal Government came to power and did the city justice

Title:The story of Canada's winter port : how St. John after being side- tracked for years by the Conservative Party became a great national port after the Liberal Government came to power and did the city justice
Alternate title:The winter port, the great achievement of the people of St. John a brief sketch of the forty years agitation which secured the recognition of St. John as the principal winter port of Canada : St. John ignored by the Conservative Party for a quarter of a century is recognized as a national port by the Liberal government and made the point of departure for all government aided steamship lines.
Note:s.n., 1902
  
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Subject:Campagnes électorales -- Canada -- Documentation, 1908 -- Fédération libérale nationale du Canada
Subject:Campaign literature, Canadian, 1908 -- National Liberal Federation of Canada
Subject:Harbors -- New Brunswick -- Saint John
Subject:Harbors -- Nouveau-Brunswick -- Saint-Jean
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