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EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
CRUISE PLAN
CANADIAN PACIFIC
WORLD'S  GREATEST  TRAVEL  SYSTEM EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
One of the most important features of any cruise, and one which deserves
careful attention, is the ship itself, because it will be your home for the
duration of the cruise. You expect your cruise ship to be suited to the
demands of your particular cruise, plus a proper background of experience
in cruise work on the part of her officers and crew. Given this essentia!
combination, the utmost enjoyment of your cruise is an assured certainty.
Each year the EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA has enhanced her reputation
in the performance of Canadian Pacific cruises. The ship . . . her officers
. . . her crew, stand for the all-important know how of cruising . . . your
cruise investment returns are guaranteed by long and sound experience.
The  EMPRESS   OF  AUSTRALIA   as  you   might   expect   is    admirably
Happy cruise hours . . . when everyone does just whatever seems most inviting at
the time, and unobtrusive service is alert to provide more than the comforts of home
Early in the evening, before the dancing starts, or bridge foursomes are made up,
congenial groups gather to discuss the day's events over their after dinner coffee
adapted to her work. She is noted for her fine decks and open play
spaces ... for her splendid and spacious public rooms . . . her pool . . . her
gymnasium ... and her fine dining saloon. The EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
is a gay ship ... a friendly ship. Her staterooms are of altogether unusual
size and comfort is the keynote throughout. Regular beds. . . not berths
. . . electric fans . . . hot and cold running water. . . proper wardrobes, and
all the details of convenience that insure happiness and content aboard.
All service contacts . . . the hundred things that contribute to your pleasure,
comfort, safety, entertainment and convenience show meticulous care and
attention to detail. There is a Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop, Doctor and
Nurses, all forming a part of the complete organization which  serves you
CANADIAN PACIFIC POMPEIIAN
INDOOR POOL
LUXURIOUS
SITTING ROOM
Bright sea water, continually changed, warmed
when necessary to a degree of invigorating comfort, entices you into the
attractive Pompeiian Pool
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Room is seen from a corner of the bedroom in a
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showing its luxurious furnishings. Many comfortable hours
of relaxation can be whiled
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pleasant when enjoying concerts   or   other entertainments
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surroundings as delightful as
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the cruise ship with a
friendly personality
Canadian Pacific Cruises
one management
ship and shore CANADIAN PACIFIC EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA T
CANADIAN PACIFIC EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA CRUISE PLAN
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UNITED STATES AND CANADA
ATLANTA
Ga.
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404 C. & S. N. Bank Bid)-.
OMAHA
Neb.
H. J. Clark
803 Woodmen of World Building
BOSTON
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L. R. Hart
405 Bovlston Street
OTTAWA
Ont.
J. A. McGill
H3 Sparks Street
BUFFALO
N. Y.
W. P. Wans
160 Pearl Street
PHILADELPHIA
Pa.
J. C. Patteson
1500 Locust Street
CHICAGO
III.
E. A. Kenner
71 East Jackson Boulevard
PITTSBURGH
Pa.
W.A.Shackelfor.
3 3H Sixth Avenue
CINCINNATI
Ohio
M. E. Malone
201 Dixie Terminal Buildinjj
PORTLAND
Ore.
W. H. Deacon
14*4A Broadway
CLF.VELAND
Ohio
G. H. Griffin
1010 Chester Avenue
QUEBEC
Que.
C. A. Langevin
Palais Station
DALLAS
Texas
H. C. James
906 Klrfoy Building
SAN FRANCISCO
Cal.
F. L. Nason
675 Market Street
DETROIT
Mich
G. G. McKay
1231 Washington Boulevard
SASKATOON
Sask.
G. R. Swalwell
115 C. P. R. Building
EDMONTON
Alia.
R. W. Greene
106A Canadian Pacific Bldg.
SEATTLE
Wash
E. L. Sheehan
1320 Fourth Avenue
INDIANAPOLIS
lnd.
P. G. Jefferson
Merchants Bank Building
SAINT JOHN
N.B.
C. B. Andrews
40 King Street
KANSAS CITY
Mo.
R. G. Norris
72 \ Walnut Street
ST. LOUIS
Mo.
G. P. Carbrey
412 Locust Street
LOS ANGELES
MEMPHIS
MINNEAPOLIS
MONTREAL
MONTREAL
NFXSON
NEW YORK
Cal.
Minn
Que.
Que.
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N.Y.
Wm. Mcllrov
M. K. McDade
H. M. Tall
D. R. Kennedy
G. S. Held
J. S. Carter
E. T. Siebblng
621 South Grand Avenue
3S Porter Building
611 Second Avenue South
201 St. James Street, West
Dominion Square Building
Baker and Ward Streets
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SPOKANE
TACOMA
TORONTO
VANCOUVER
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WASHINGTON
Wash
Wash
Ont.
B.C.
B.C.
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J. T. Hodge
J. B. Mackay
J. J. Forster
L. D. Chetham
C. E. Phelps
Old National Bank Building
1113 Pacific Avenue
Can. Pac Bldg., King and Yonge
Can. Pac. Ry. Station
1102 Government Street
14th and New York Ave., N. W.
NORTH BAY
Ont.
C. H. White
87 Main Street West
WINNIPEG
Man.
W. C. Casey
Main St. and Portage Ave.
,. T, FHAYNE
General  ^gent, Cruise Department
Montreal
J. J   FORSTER
Steamship General Passenger Agent
Vancouver
P. D. SUTHERLAND
General Passenger Agent, Cruises
Montreal
Wm. BALLANTYNE
iSSt. Steamship General Passenger Agent
Montreal
H. M. MacCALLUM
Steamship General Passenger Agent
Montreal
W. C. CASEY
Steamship General Passenger Agent
Winnipeg
H. B. BEAUMONT
Steamship General Passenger Agent
Moi
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W. G. ANNABLE
Asst. Steamship Passenger Traffic Manager
Montreal
Wm. BAIRD
Steamship Passenger Traffic Manager
Montreal
KEY TO LETTERS
ON   DECK  PLAN
M, N      Bedsteads
B, D       Lower berths
K Sofa berth, full fire for adult
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W Wardrobe
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CRUISE PLAN
CANADIAN PACIFIC
WORLD'S   GREATEST   TRAVEL   SYSTEM
STEAMSHIP TICKETS and TOURS
TO ALL THE WORLD
W.   B.   MILL,   Age
408 N. Main St. - Phone I
PULBLO, COLO.
Printed in U. S.    Unz & Co., N. V. Canadian Pacific  EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA Three West Indies Cruises
Eleventh Successful Season
32800 Tons Displacement
21850 Tons Gross Register
Dec. 2 to Dec. 21,1931 Dec. 22,1931 to Jan. 11,1932 Jan. 13 to Feb. 1,1932
18 Days Duration 19 Days Duration 18 Days Duration Canadian Pacific DUCHESS OF BEDFORD   Four West Indies Cruises
Eleventh Successful Season
30000 Tons Displacement
20000 Tons Gross Register
Jan. 9 to Feb. 6,1932    Feb. 10 to M ir. 9,1932    Mar. 12 to Mar. 24,1932    Mar. 26 to Apr. 9,1932
28 Days Duration 28 Days Duration 12 Days Duration 14 Days Duration
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this all-important matter of ventilation. Staterooms
on the Boat Deck are equipped with electric fans,
and in addition have large windows which can be
swung open to sea-breezes. Staterooms on Decks A,
B and C have the latest ball-louvre type of ventilators, as shown in the illustration, which provide
itant flow of fresh air. By virtue of her large,
airy public rooms, spacious decks and cabins, and
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DUCHESS OF BEDFORD is specially adapted to
ropical waters.
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EMPRESS   OF  AUSTRALIA
(21,850 tons, gross register)
GENERAL   INFORMATION    AND   CONDITIONS
port, as per itinerary,
THE FARES
The fares include first-class passage from the port of embarkation back to the sarr
local taxes, and landing and embarkation charges.
CHILDREN'S AND SERVANTS' FARES
For children under twelve years of age. the fare is the respective half-fare, according to accommodation and
number of passengers in room.
The fare for servants accompanying their employers is 43 guineas, provided that servants are berthed and
served with meals in special accommodation set apart for their use.    In all other cases tariff rates will apply.
DEPOSIT
To secure reservation, a deposit of 25 per cent, of the passage money is required at the time of acceptance
of the accommodation offered.
REBATE  FOR FAMILIES
An abatement not exceeding 10 per cent, will be allowed on a family party paying not less than three adult
fares, or the equivalent, provided that the family consists only of parents and their own unmarried children, and
that the resulting net rate shall be not less than the minimum rate for the party or the Cruise.
LIMITED MEMBERSHIP
The membership of the Cruise is limited, ensuring comfort for all, whether aboard ship or ashore. There is
no crowding or confusion and the facilities at the various ports are not overtaxed.
NOT INCLUDED
The fare does not include : personal items such as beverages not ordinarily served without charge on board,
laundry, baggage insurance, passport fees, or gratuities. The fare does not include any shore trips ; but a very
comprehensive selection has been prepared for members who wish to undertake them, full particulars of which
are contained in a separate folder.
BAGGAGE
Although there is practically no limit to the amount of luggage which may be carried on board, it is not
advisable for passengers to burden themselves with too many trunks and bags. A well-appointed baggage-room
is available, accessible throughout the cruise.. Trunks for staterooms should not exceed 14 in. in height. The
Canadian Pacific takes every reasonable care of baggage, but its liability is limited ; and members should protect
themselves by insuring their baggage against loss, damage, or pilferage. This may be done at reasonable rates
through our offices.
PASSPORTS
Passports are necessary. Married couples may travel with one passport. Full information regarding passports
will be furnished well in advance of sailing day.
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Cruise members will find Canadian  Pacific Express Travellers' Cheques safe and convenient on the cruise.
They can be obtained at any Canadian Pacific Office, in denominations of 12, IS, £10 and £20.
DECK CHAIRS, ETC.
Deck Chairs, Rugs and Deck Chair Cushions may be rented for the entire cruise at reasonable rates.
POST OFFICE—MAIL—CABLES
Members of the Cruise will be furnished, about two weeks before date of sailing, with a list of addresses where
mail and cables can reach them en route.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Divine service will be held on Sundays when the ship is not in Port, and an altar set is also provided for the
celebration of Holy Mass.
CLOTHING FOR THE CRUISE
It is advisable to include in luggage a limited supply of warm clothing for the first and last days of the Cruise ;
it may be useful, too, sometimes for evenings. Light summer clothing is appropriate for the trip, with a top coat
or wrap for use at sundown.    Gentlemen will find that a dinner jacket meets all ordinary requirements on board.
Of the articles that should be taken from home, shoes, rubbers, sweaters and raincoats may be mentioned ;
an adequate supply of necessary clothing should also be included, although it will be found possible to replenish this
at certain ports. For motor driving, a dustcoat is handy, and for the fancy dress parties held on board, a costume
(or, better still, costumes) will be found eminently useful.
GENERAL CONDITIONS
The Canadian Pacific acts for the passenger in all matters relating to travel away from the EMPRESS OF
AUSTRALIA, whether by steamship, railway, automobile or by any other means, only in the capacity of agent.
and as such holds itself free of responsibility for any delay, loss, accident or sickness occasioned by fault or negligence
of any person or company, or from whatever cause.
All bookings and contracts with passengers are subject to the conditions on the Company's passenger tickets.
No agent or employee of the Company has authority to vary the conditions.
The right is reserved to withdraw the Cruise, subject to refund of the net fare received by the Company.
Should it be deemed necessary or desirable by the management on any account to make changes in the itinerary
or arrangements, or to omit any section of or port named in the programme, such change may be made, and no
passenger shall be entitled to compensation on such account.
The right is also reserved to decline to accept or retain any person as a member of the Cruise at any time,
but in such cases where money has been received, the full or a proportionate amount will be returned, according
to circumstances.
In the possible contingency of quarantine, any additional expenses, living or otherwise, must be defrayed by
the passenger.
The Pompeiian Swimming Pool on Deck D.     An open air Swimming Pool is also provided on B Deck.
A typical bedroom on board.     Rest and comfort are assured in cabins like these.
A comfortable two berth stateroorr
A group of passengers over a game of cards in a corner of the oak-panelled Smoking Room.
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The open air Swimming Pool on B Deck.
Deck quoits—another of the many varieties of games available to while away leisure moments.
One of the deck tennis courts—deck games are a happy feature of life on board the Empress.
The magnificent Regency Dining Saloon.
Ready for dancing—in the Ballroom-lounge.
A restful corner of the lovely glass domed Blue and Red Empire Lounge on board the Empress.
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View across the Louis XVI Smoking Room.
A glimpse of the well-equipped Gymnasium. DECK PLAN £ RATES
FOR   CRUISE   TO
SAILING DATE 3 MARCH,   1939
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THE EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA is a mail carrying, oil burning liner
of 21,850 tons gross register, with a length of 615 feet and a beam of 75 feet.
With the exception of her buff funnels she is dazzling white from stem
to stern and from the upper decks down to the water line.
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PRINTED   IN   ENGLAND.
FARES
FIRST   CLASS   ONLY
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j Two
One
Two
Two
One
One
Two
One
One
Two
One
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90     -
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309 & bath
310 & bath
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63
104 4 bath
205 & bath
210 & bath
211 & bath
bath and
baggage
2I6U     1   One   i
Two  j 100
Two    100
bath and
baggage
One
DECK A.
100 & bath
101 & bath
104 A bath
105 & bath
106 & bath
107 & bath
Suite
Two ill2
Two 5107
One    122
-110
bath and
baggage
bath and
baggage
bath and
baggage
bath and
room       /
■48 & bath     Two
Two H5
Two 155
Two 118
Two . ISS
Two 115
Two 140
Two j 112
One 130
Two 115
61 & bath     Two 140
153 & bath
155  	
156 * bach
157 ...
157 & bath
159 ...
160 ...
161 ...
163
130
PROMENADE      DECK
1 & bath
2 & bath
Children   under    12   year*,   half  fare   according   to
accommodation    and    number   of   passengers   in
SERVANTS accompanying employer*, when berthed
and served with meali in accommodation let apart
for their ule. 43 guineas. In all other cue] tariff rates
will apply.

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