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 ♦EMPRESS OF BRITAIN    -
♦EMPRESS OF IRELAND   -
♦RUTHENIA      -
♦TYROLIA -•      -
*NEW STEAMER (Building)
Tons.
(Twin-screw) 14,500
(Twin-screw) 14,500
(Twin-screw) 12,500
(Twin-screw) 12,500
(Twin-screw)  12,000
*NEW STEAMER (Building)
*LAKE MANITOBA     -
♦MOUNT TEMPLE
♦MONTREAL
STEAMERS    ANO   TONNAGE.
Tons, i
(Twin-screw)  12,000 \ ♦MONTEZUMA
(Twin-screw) 10,000
(Twin-screw) 8,790
(Twin-screw)    8,644
♦LAKE MICHIGAN
MILWAUKEE    -
♦MOUNT ROYAL
* Passenger Steamers.
Tons.
(Twin-screw)    8,360
(Twin-screw)    8,200
-    7,323
-       -       -    7,064
SPECIAL FEATURES.
Large   twin-screw   steamers,   good
food, big cabins, no crowding.
NO FOREIGNERS THIRD CLASS
(except  Scandinavians)  carried  on
Liverpool steamers.
FIRST CLASS accommodation is
fififid   with   all   the   most   modern
SPECIAL    NOTICE.
Those who intend leaving England
during March, April or May, are advised
to reserve berth now, as it is evident
the Steamship Lines will be refusing
passengers long before the departure
dates.
Tons.
♦MONTROSE        ------  6,878
♦MONTFORT       - (Twin-screw)  5,519
MONTCALM       ------  5,505
MONMOUTH      ------  4,078
Unsurpassed
Accommodation.
"Empress" Steamers are ventilated and heated by Thermo Tank
System, changing air every ten
minutes in each compartment, thus
avoiding offensive odours and
liability to sea-sickness. They are
equipped with First-class Cafe,
Children's Nurseries, Libraries First
and Second Cabin, etc.
MARCONIGRAMS. —Marconi
installation on all Steamers.
Less than Four Days Land to Land.
EXPRESS ROUTE to CANADA and
WESTERN STATES.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC    ROYAL   MAIL   EXPRESS   STEAMSHIPS   f EMPRESS   OF   BRITAIN"   AND   "EMPRESS   OF   IRELAND."
TO   CANADA,   LESS   THAN    FOUR   DAYS   LAND   TO   LAND.
X913
*T.S.S. LAKE MANITOBA („_£„) to St. John...Fri.,   Nov. 21
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF IRELAND, to Halifax
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN, to Halifax
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF IRELAND, to Halifax
..Sat., Nov. 29
..Sat., Dec. 13
.Sat., Dec. 27
♦T.S.S. '
(_=_OY__I_    1VXJSLII-    SE!I__riC__.)
SUBJECT   TO   CHANGE.
1914
R.M.S. CORSICAN (under Charter) to Halifax.. .Sat., Jan. 10
* R.M.S. SCOTIAN (under Charter) to Hal if ax... Sat., Jan. 24
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN, to Halifax. Sat., Feb. 7
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF IRELAND, to Halifax ..Sat., Feb. 21
* T.S.S. LAKE MANITOBA (BELV__3_) to St. John.. .Sat., Feb. 28
1914
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN, to Halifax ..Sat.,   Mar.  7
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF IRELAND, to Halifax...Sat,   Mar. 21
*T.S.S. LAKE MANITOBA(BE^V) to St. John...Thurs., April  2
R.M.S. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN, to Halifax...Sat.,   April 4
LAKE MANITOBA "' and R.M.S. " SCOTIAN " do not carry First Cabin Passengers.
FARES.
n EMPRESS " STEAMERS ("
"CORSICAN"    	
"SCOTIAN"       	
"LAKE MANITOBA"   ...(
■_ Hr „*_=, _r
ONLY
do.
do.
FIRST CLASS.
3t 1 7       O   O   upwards.
£14 10 O    ,.
To St. John, NB;
ONLY ,
Children under 10 years and over 1
year, Half Fare ; under 1 year, £2.
SECOND CABIN.
£1G  i'B
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THIRD   CLASS.
£10
£10
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As required by the United States Government, all Alien Passengers
travelling Third Class (viz., other than U.S. Citizens) proceeding to
points in the United States must pay HEAD TAX of 16s. per Soul
(adult, child, or infant) IN ADDITION TO OCEAN FARE AT TIME OF
BOOKING.    THERE IS NO TAX CHARGED TO PASSENGERS PRO-
CEEDINGTO CANADIAN POINTS. OR TO UNITED STATES CITIZENS.
Children between 1 and 12 years, Half Fare ; Infants under 1 year, 10/-
UNDER   5   YEARS,   FREE.
Children under 12 years and over
1 year, Half Fare; under 1 year, £110s.
CHILDREN   ON   RAIL,   ALL   CLASSES:' UNDER   12   YEARS   AND   OVER   5   YEARS,   HALF   FARE;
Return Tickets at Combined Outward and Homeward   Fares, according* to season, no Rebate being* allowed.
Special Notice is called to the fact that the " LAKE MANITOBA " and "SCOTIAN " carry only two classes of passengers, viz. :—" Second Cabin " and " Third Class." The Second Cabin is situated in the best part
of the vessel and includes Promenade Decks, Smokerooms, Ladies' Rooms, etc. This will meet the requirements of those who, while desiring the best the ship can give, are not inclined to pay the high rates
demanded for such accommodation in the ships having two classes of cabins.
_*"   A Liberal Dietary,  Beds, Bedding and every Requisite provided for Third Class during the Voyage.
DEPOSITS.—PASSAGES can be secured by payment of Deposit as follows :—1st Class, £5 ; 2nd Class, £2 ; 3rd Class, £1 per Berth. Name and age of each Passenger must accompany the deposit.
Post Office Orders should be made payable to the undersigned.   Balance of Passage Money must be paid before embarking.
BAGGAGE.—Passengers are requested to carefully observe the Company's baggage regulations in order to save themselves trouble or inconvenience.    Wearing apparel and such personal effects as may be
necessary for the journey are considered as baggage, and should be enclosed in locked receptacles, such as Trunks, Valises, Bags, and the like.    HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, FURNITURE, ETC., NOT BEING ACCEPTED FOR
CARRIAGE AS BAGGAGE on the railways in Canada, should be forwarded as freight both on steamer and train.    Lowest through rates from Europe to any point in Canada will De quoted upon application, and the
necessary documents and instructions supplied.   This is by far the cheapest method of forwarding effects.   Settlers' effects which have been in use six months are admitted into Canada free of duty.
Passengers are booked subject to the examination by the Medical Officer of the British Board of Trade and of the Company's Surgeon at the port of embarkation, and in the case of the rejection of
passengers by either of the above officials in consequence of ill-health or other reasons, the Company's liability is strictly limited to the amount of the fare paid, which, in such cases, will be refunded in full
less any railroad fare incurred.    No liability whatsoever is accepted for the loss or detention of passengers' baggage, who for above reasons may not proceed in the steamer for which they are booked.
The Canadian Government regulations require all Third Class Passengers who cannot show signs of vaccination, either to be vaccinated before landing, or to be detained in Quarantine.
THE      F ______      BAGGAGE     ALLOTV ANCE     AND     RATES      F OR     EXCESS     _______     AS     FOLIiOWS:-
ON   ATLANTIC   STEAMER.
ON     CANADIAN    PACIFIC
RAIL.
Saloon	
Second Class	
Third Class       	
First Class, to all points        	
Second   Class   and   Colonist   Class,   to  points  in
Saskatchewan and British Columbia only   ..
Second Class and Colonist Class, to other points ..
Manitoba,  Alberta,
Excess, Is. per cubic foot.
9d
,, ou.     ,.       ,, ,,
12 per cent, of rail fare paid by passenger
per 100 lbs., all Classes.
EXCESS CHARGES TO UNITED STATES POINTS.
FIRST CLASS.—16| per cent, of rail fare paid by
passenger per 100 lbs.
COLONIST CLASS.—15 per cent, of rail fare paid by
passenger per 100 lbs.
20 cubic feet free
^"     ,,      »,     ,,
10     „       „     „
150 lbs. free.\
EXCESS CHARGES TO CANADIAN POINTS.
300 lbs. free. (
150 lbs. free.)
Children paying half fare are allowed half the free allowance in each case.
NO SINGLE PIECE OF BAGGAGE EXCEEDING 250 LBS. WEIGHT WILL BE CARRIED ON A PASSENGER TRAIN, but must be sent by freight train at owner's expense. Trunks or packages for Staterooms
should not exceed 15 inches in height, 2 feet in width, or 3 ft. 6 inches in length. Heavy baggage such as large trunks, bags, etc., Not Wanted on the Voyage (which are placed in the ship's "Hold ") should be dispatched
one week ahead, and addressed to the steamer, c/o C.P.R., North Sandon Dock, using addressed labels supplied with the tickets, and postcard advice of dispatch stating number and description of packages and by
which railway forwarded, sent to Company's Office, Royal Liver Building, Pier Head, Liverpool. If embarking at Belfast, send to Belfast office (41-43, Victoria Street). " Hold " labels should be affixed to such
baggage and carefully filled in. with name of passenger, name of steamer, and sailing date plainly written. A label bearing initial of passenger's surname (obtainable from office where ticket is bought) should also be placed on
each package. PAY ALL BRITISH RAILWAY CHARGES AT TIME OF DISPATCHING BAGGAGE TO LIVERPOOL OR BELFAST. DO NOT SEND IT " CARRIAGE FORWARD." Postcard advice should be
sent to Liverpool or Belfast office as the case may be, stating number of packages forwarded and for what steamer, advising class travelling and number of steamer ticket, also naming Railway or Carrier dispatched by. Arrange
at the Company's Liverpool or Belfast office, or with the Ship's Purser on board regarding payment for excess baggage on the steamer. The heavy baggage of second cabin and third class passengers is conveyed by the Company's
uniformed representatives from the railway stations in Liverpool to the steamer free of charge ; this when baggage is accompanied by passenger on day of sailing or day previous. Baggage is taken on board when passengers
embark on day of sailing.   Upon landing from the steamer in Canada, passengers should immediately claim all their baggage and, after customs examination, get it checked by the railway officials to inland destinations.
BICYCLES.—Charge on steamer 10/- each, and must be crated;   on rail low percentage of the passenger rate according to distance.
BAGGAGE INSURANCE—Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage for a sufficient period of time to cover their journey. The Company is now in a position to offer passengers the best terms for
periods of from 14 days to 12 months, and rates and particulars will be quoted on application to any C.P.R. Office. While the Company take every possible care and precaution for the safe handling of passenger's baggage, they
feel that passengers should protect themselves against the possibility of Loss, Damage, Fire, or Pilferage.
LIVE STOCK (DOGS, CATS, BIRDS) accompanying passengers travelling by our steamers will be carried under the auspices of the Dominion Express Company, which co-operates with the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company. It is therefore absolutely necessary, to ensure, accommodation being provided, that all booking arrangements for this Live Stock be made with the Company's Liverpool Office (Royal Liver
Building, Pier Head), at least one week before date of sailing. RATES.—Dogs, large or small, £2 each ; Cats, in baskets, 5/- each; Birds—Parrots, in cage, 5/- each; Canaries, one or two in small cage, free by written
permission from C.P.R. Office.     All carried at Owner's risk of death, injury, or escape.
HOUSEHOLD   EFFECTS,    FURNITURE,    ETC.—These should be shipped as freight both on steamer and train'at owner's expense.   Special low through rates for conveyance of furniture and household
effects from Europe to any point in Canada will be quoted upon application.     Settlers' effects which have been in use six months are admitted into Canada free of duty.
DECK CHAIRS are supplied free of charge for use of First and Second Cabin Passengers.
EMBARKATION.—Second Cabin and Third Class Passengers who cannot reach Liverpool sufficiently early on sailing day to embark at the times named on embarkation notice should arrive at Liverpool day
previous and present themselves at the office, Royal Liver Building, Pier Head, not later than 8 o'clock previous evening, in order to have their tickets examined and berths secured. Passengers embarking at Belfast
leave by tender from Canadian Pacific berth, Donegall Quay, Belfast, at time shewn on Embarkation Notices.
SECOND CLASS CANADIAN RAIL TICKETS.—Passengers booked Second Class on rail must clearly understand that, in addition to the Second Class fare already paid, the ratefor berth
in Tourist Sleeping Car must be paid to the Agent of the Canadian Pacific Railway at port of landing, who will reserve berth in the first train having available accommodation.
During the Winter the Tourist Sleeping Car is attached to the daily Westbound Train leaving Montreal each evening, and during the Summer probably twice Daily (on the morning and evening trains to the West).
Full particulars, however, can be had from the Company's Time Tables, which can be obtained on application from any Booking Agent, or from the Purser of the Steamer.
For   further   particulars   apply   to   any   Local   Agent   or
PASSENGER      DEPARTMENT,
SECOND CABIN and THIRD CLASS
PASSENGERS resident in London,
or in places so situated that they
have to pass through London to
reach Liverpool, will be provided
with Free 3rd Class Conveyance from
London to Liverpool.
-   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY,
LONDON
LIVERPOOL
MANCHESTER
GLASGOW
BRISTOL
BELFAST
BIRMINGHAM
J 62 to 65, Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square, S.W.    ?ft£SS_;s ^oA.affi__.'__^N_aN_.Is.
| 67 & 68, King William Street.  E.C.     TftSS?. N^Si^i^^n^S?^-.;--^
...Royal    Liver   Building,    Pier    Head.        Telegrams:   "THECAN,   LIVERPOOL."    Telephone 8690 Bank.
...CiviC   BuildingS,    I,    MOUnt   Street.       Telegrams:   "DOMEXMAN,  MANCHESTER."    Telephone 412 City.
...I20,   St.   Vincent   Street.       Telegrams:   "TRAVEL,  GLASGOW."    Telephone 6485 Central (3 lines).
...l8,     St.    AUgUStine'S    Parade.       Telegrams:   "PACIFIC,   BRISTOL."    Telephones 1836 and 1837.
..•41=43'    Victoria   Street.      Telegrams:   "McCALLA,   BELFAST."    Telephones 556 and 3074.
...Winchester House, 4, Victoria Sq., Colmore Row. JgK.i^S"' Birmingham.-
And at ANTWERP, GENOA, HAMBURG, NAPLES, PARIS, ROTTERDAM, VIENNA, &e.
October, 1913
Steamers connect closely with Canadian Pacific Railway Trains at Canadian Landing Ports, Passengers and Baggage being transferred Free,
[Over. COLONIST   RAILWAY   FARES   FROM   HALIFAX,   N.S.,  AND  ST.   JOHN,   N.B.
(SUBJECT       TO       CHANGE.)
From
Halifax. N.S.,
or
St. John, N.B.
£ s. d.
Ashcroft. B.C  7 6 8
Battleford,  Sask  5 6 1
Binscarth, Man  4 4 0
Birtle. Man  4 3 2
Brandon, Man  4 0 8
Calgarv. Alta  5 10 0
Chicago, 111  2 16 3
Cranbrook, B.C  6 2 6
Deloraine. Man  4 2 9
Denver.  Col  7 10 5
Des Moines. Iowa    4 5 5
Detroit. Midi  2 3 9
Duluth.  Minn  4 15 0
Edmonton.  Alta  5 10 0
Elkliorn.  Man  4 3 4
Estevan.  Sask  4 7 4
Fernie. B.C  5 17 1
Fort William, Ont  3 15 0
Gleichen, Alta  5 7 9
Grand Itapids. Mich  2 13 9
Grenfell, Sask  4 6 11
Hamilton.  Ont I 1 13 7
Hardisty, Alta 	
Helena. Mont	
Innisfail, Alta	
Kamloops, B.C	
Kansas City, Mo	
Kenora,  Ont	
Kingston,  Ont	
Lacombe, Alta	
Lethbridge, Alta	
Lloydminster, Sask	
London.  Ont	
Macleod, Alta., via Lethbridge
Maple  Creek. Sask	
Medicine Hat. Alta	
Milwaukee, Wis	
Minneapolis, Minn	
Minnedosa, Man	
Montreal   	
Moosomin, Sask	
Nelson.  B.C	
New Denver, B.C	
New Westminster, B.C	
From
Halifax. N.S.,
or
St. John, N.B.
£
5
10
5
7
4
3
1
5
5
5
1
5
5
5
3
4
4
1
4
s.   d.
7      1
12
10
2
16
15
13
10
18
8
0
2
3
9
0
2
4
15
0
2
1
0
9
11
0
4
0
6    11
10      0
4
4
0
6
4
7
8
11
2
0
5
11
North Battleford, Sask	
Ogden,  Utah   	
Omaha, Neb	
Ottawa,  Ont	
Peterborough. Ont	
Portage-la-Prairie, Man	
Port Arthur,  Ont	
Portland, Ore	
Prince Albert, Sask	
Qu'Appelle, Sask	
Quebec.  Que	
Red Deer, Alta	
llegina. Sask	
Kevelstoke, B.C	
Rossland. B.C	
Kussell.  Man	
St. John, N.B., from Halifax
St. Louis, Mo	
St. Paul, Minn	
St. Thomas,  Ont	
San Francisco, Cal	
Saskatoon, Sask	
From
Halifax.
N.S.,
or
St. John
N.B.
£
s.
d.
5
0
3
10
12
1
4
17
11
1
13
4
1
13
7
3
17
6
3
15
0
10
16
8
5
0
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4
8
7
1
2
11
a
10
0
4
10
0
6
12
1
7
0
0
4
4
5
0
14
7
3
7
9
4
9
7
1
17
6
13
3
7
4
17
6
From
Halifax, N.S.,
or
St. John, N.B.
£ s. d.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont  3 1 2
Seattle,  Wash  10 16 8
Sedgwick,  Alta  5 7 9
Sicamous,  B.C  6 15 10
Spokane,  Wasli  10 16 8
Strathcona,  Alta  5 10 0
Strathmore,  Alta  5 8 7
Swift Current. Sask  4 16 3
Tacoma,  Wash  10 18 8
Toronto,  Ont  1 13 7
Valleyfleld, Que  1 6 8
Vancouver, B.C  8 3 -7
Vernon, B.C  6 19 7
Victoria, B.C  8 10 3
Wellington,  Ont I l 16 1
Westminster,  B.C I 8 2 11
West Iiobson,  B.C ;.     '    6" 17 '    9
Wetaskiwin, Alta  5 10 0
Winnipeg, Man  3 15 0
Yorkton, Sask  4 6.   8
A bird's-eye view of Liverpool showing the position of C.P.R.  Office,  Royal  Liver Building,  Pier Head (foot of Water  Street),
which contains extensive Waiting Rooms for Male and Female Passengers, Refreshment Rooms and Children's Day Nursery.
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Lime Street!
X_      L. * Y. Ry
Exchange Station.
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ALL    PIER    HEAD    CARS    PASS    THIS    OFFICE.
REDUCED    RAIL    FARES    TO    LIVERPOOL.
Third Class Steamer Passengers will  be   booked to   Liverpool from the following Stations at the reduced rates named on production of a
special order,  which can be obtained from the Agents of the Line at' the Towns  mentioned,  or from the  Head  Office.	
Stations!
Abbey Hill
*u—--—"-
Fares.
11
Stations
Abercarn
A berdare
Aberdeen
Abergavenny
Abertillery, G.W. ..
Achnasheen   ..
Airdrie&Ah.rieS'th
Albion	
Alcester	
Alloa	
Annfleld Plain
Annan	
Arbroath       ..     ..
Ardrossan
Ashcot    	
Ashford (Kent)     ..
Ashington
Avonmoutli and
Avonmouth Dock
Axbridge
Aylesbury
Ayr 	
Bailey Gat? ..
Banbury	
Banff _Ban(f Bridge
Bangor    	
Barnetby
Barusley	
Barnstaple
Barrow-in-Furness
Barry & Barry Dock
Basingstoke
Bason Bridge
Bath       	
Bedale    ..     ..     ..
Bedford j
Beitli      	
Belfast (Steamer) ..
Belfast, via Fleetwood only
Bethesda
Beverley	
Bicester 	
Biggleswade
Bilstoii	
Biuegar	
Birmingham
Bishop Auckland ..
Blackhill    	
Blaeuau Festiniog..
Blairgowrie
Blandl'ord
Bletchley
Bloxwirii
Blyth     	
Bodmin and
Bodmin Road ..
Bonar Bridge
Boston    ..
11
11
20
9
11
26
11
6
8
13
9
10
16
11
14
18
10
12
13
12
11
17
9
23
5
8
5
20
6
12
15
14
12
8
11
11
(5
7
12
J 3
6
13
6
23
11
_       l_._m,.»r
Bournemouth
Salisbury
Stations,
Fares.
Stations,
Brackley
Bradford (Yorks.
Bradford-on-Avoh
Brechin
Brent (Devon)
Brettell Lane
Bridgend
Biidge of Dee
Bridgnorth
Bridport
Bridgewater .
Bridlington    .
Brierley Hill
Brigg      ..     .
Bristol    ..
Brocklesby    .
Bromsgrove   .
Broughty Ferry
Bucktastleigh.
Buckie    ..
Buildwas
Burton-on-Trent
Bury St. Edmunds.
Camborne
Cambridge
Cannock
Carhis Bay
Cardiff    . ,
Cardigan
Carlisle   ..
Carmarthen
Carnarvon
Carstairs..
Castle Cary (Som.)
Castle Douglas
Castleford
Chapeltown   ..
Chacewater
Cheddar..
Cheltenham
Chepstow
Chesterfleid
Chester-le-Stree'
Chilcompton
Chippenham ..
Cinderford
Cirencester
Cleator Moor..
Cleethorpes    ..
Coalbrookdale
Coalport
Coalville
Coatbridge
Colbren Junction
Cole	
Coleford
Consett
Coventry
Crieff      ..     ..
BaTEasTf
Saltburn
Saltcoats
Sandy
Saudford
Sanquhar
Scarboro'
Scawby
Scorrier
Seaiiam  ..
Seaton Delaval
Selkirk   ..
Selby      ..
Sharpness
Sheepbridge and
Brimington
Shepton Mallet
Sherringham ..
Sheffield
Shield Bow    ..
Shifnal   ..    ..
Shillingstone ..
Sid mouth
Sligo       ..
Slough    ..
Smethwick
Soho       ..
Southampton
South Lynn    ..
South Shields
Spalding
Sparkford
Spon Lane
Spennymoor ..
Spettisbury    ..
Stafford ..     ..
Stalbridge
Stamford
Stanhope
Staveley (Derby)
Stirchley ..
Stirling
Stockton (N. _S.)
toneh^se (Glos.)
orj^way
ridge
Sffauraer _ Harbour
Strathearron .
Stromeferry   .
Stroud    ..     .
Sturmmster Newton
Sunderland and
Monkwearmouth
Sutton-in-Ashlield
Swansea
Swan Village
Swindon
Tain
Tamworth
Tanshelf..
s.
15
22
9
11
12
13
11
8
8
25
9
9
11
6
11
6
14
16
5
16 .
17
14
13
6
6
17
13
9
11
14
6
9
16
5
16
10
10
6
5
13
8
10
29
6
11
27
28
10
16
9
7
12
6
12
26
d.
6
0
5
0
8
6
0
10
10
3
5
5
0
Tarff       ..     .
Taunton
Tavistock
Teignmouth  .
| Templecombe
Thirsk    ..     .
Fares.
11
d.
o
16
21
18
Thorne     ....
Thornhil! (G.&S.W.)
Thurso	
Tipton (Staffs.)     ..
Tiverton
Torquay
Torre      	
Totnes	
Tow Law
Tredegar
Troon      	
Trowbridge
Truro      	
Tyne Dock
Ulceby	
TJlverstone
Wakefield
Wallsend	
Walsall	
Warminster   ..
Warwick
Wednesbury
Welliiigboro'
Wellington (Salop) .
(Som.) ..
Wellow	
Wells (Som.) ..     ..
West Bromwich   ..
Westbury (Wilts.) .
Weston-Super-Mare
Weymouth
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Wincanton
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Workington
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SECOND CLASS BILL OF FARE.—Breakfast 8 a.m.   Lunch 12
SUNDAY.
Breakfast : Tea & coffee, hot
rolls, bread, butter „ marma-
iade,porridge,beefsteak,bacon
and eggs, fried potatoes.
Lunch: Scotch broth, boiled
hake and cream sauce, pork
cutlets and sauce Robert,
haricot ox tail, cold roast
beef, spiced brawn, corned
beef, baked and mashed
potatoes, salad, bread and
butter pudding, Chester
cakes, cheese, dessert, coffee.
Dinner : Soup, roast mutton
and sauce, beefsteak pie,
potatoes and vegetables,plum
pudding, biscuits and cheese,
dessert.
Supper: Tea or coffee, gruel,
bread and butter, cheese and
biscuits.
MONDAY.
Breakfast : Tea and coffee,
hot rolls, bread, butter and
marmalade, porridge, beefsteak, and Irish stew.
Lunch : Vegetable soup,
boiled cod and parsley sauce,
stewed breast of lamb,
Jardiniere, Mandalay curry
and rice, cold roast beef and
roast mutton, spiced beef,
baked and mashed potatoes,
salad, semolina pudding, jam
puffs, cheese, dessert, coffee.
Dinner : Soup, roast beef,
haricot mutton, potatoes,
pudding, biscuits and cheese.
Supper : Tea & coffee, gruel,
bread and butter, cheese and
biscuits.
TUESDAY.
Breakfast : Tea and coffee,
hot rolls, bread, butter and
marmalade, porridge, fish,
beefsteak and potatoes.
Lunch: Pea soup, potted
herrings, corned pork and
baked beans, stewed tripe
and onions, cold roast beef
and roast mutton, Bologna
sausage, baked and mashed
potatoes, salad, rice pudding,
Eccles cakes, cheese, dessert,
coffee.
Dinner : Pea soup, corned
beei, hot-pot, potatoes, apple
tart, biscuits and cheese.
Supper : Tea and coffee,
gruel, bread and butter,
cheese and biscuits.
WEDNESDAY.
Breakfast : Tea and coffee,
hot rolls, bread, butter and
marmalade, porridge, beefsteak, liver and bacon, fried
potatoes.
Lunch : Veal broth, broiled
whiting, hot pot, Mysore
curry and rice, cold roast
mutton and spiced beef,
brawn, baked and mashed
potatoes, salad, tapioca pudding, seed buns, cheese,
dessert, coffee.
Dinner : Soup, roast beef,
stewed tripe and onions,
potatoes and vegetables,
pudding, biscuits and cheese.
Supper : Tea and coffee,
gruel, bread and butter,
cheese and biscuits.
Supper 8-30 p.m.
AY.
: Tea and coffee,
read, butter- and
porridge, beefsteak,
and      eggs,      fried
Lunch: Barley broth, broiled
haddock, pork cutlets and
sauce Robert, beef steak and
kidney pie, cold corned pork,
roast beef, roast mutton and
Bob gna sausage, baked and
mashed potatoes, salad, sago
pudding, rock cakes, cheese,
dessert, coffee.
Dinner : Soup, roast mutton,
sea pie, potatoes, plum pudding, biscuits and cheese.
Supper : Tea and coffee,
gruel, bread and butter,
cheese and biscuits.
FRIDAY.
Breakfast : Tea and coffee,
hot rolls, bread, butter and
marmalade, porridge, fish,
beefsteak and potatoes.
Lunch: Pea soup,boiled cod
and parsley sauce, roast
mutton and onion sauce,
Mandalay curry and rice,
cold Bologna sausage, spiced
brawn and roast mutton,
baked and mashed potatoes,
stewed prunes & rice, Eccles
cakes, cheese, dessert, coffee.
Dinner : Pea soup, fish, roast
beef, pork and beans,potatoes
and vegetables, pudding,
biscuits and cheese.
Supper : Tea and coffee,
gruel, bread and butter,
cheese and biscuits.
SATURDAY.
Breakfast : Tea and coffee,
hot rolls, bread, butter and
marmalade, porridge, beefsteak, Irish stew.
Lunch: Barley broth, boiled
haddock and parsley sauce,
mutton & potato pie, stewed
rabbit and bacon, cold roast
beef, spiced brawn & Bologna
sausage, baked and' mashed
potatoes, salad, tapioca pudding, rock cakes, cheese,
dessert, coffee.
Dinner : Soup, roast beef,
curried meat, potatoes, apple
tart, biscuits and cheese.
Supper : Tea & coffee, gruel,
bread and butter, cheese and
biscuits. Beef tea and other
medical comforts supplied to
passengers free of charge by
Doctor's orders.
SUNDAY.
Breakfast : Oatmeal porridge and milk, liver and
bacon, boiled eggs, hot rolls,
butter, preserves, coffee.
Dinner : Scotch broth, roast
beef, curry and rice, boiled
potatoes, turnips, plum
pudding and sweet sauce,
oranges.
Tea : Cold meats, pickles,
bread and butter, preserves,
buns, tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese.
THIS      BILL      OE      FARE      IS      SUEJECT      TO      CHANGE.
THIRD CLASS BILL OF FARE.—Breakfast 8 a.m.   Dinner 12-30 p.m    Tea 5-30 p.m.   Supper 8-30 p.m.
MONDAY.
Breakfast : Oatmeal porridge and milk, steak and
onions, Irish stew, bread and
butter, preserves, coffee.
Dinner : Soup and bouilli,
roast mutton, boiled potatoes,
cabbage, rice pudding.
Tea: Smoked herrings,
American hash, bread and
butter, preserves, tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese.
TUESDAY.
Breakfast :   Oatmeal   porridge and milk, corned beef,
hash, boiled eggs, hot rolls,
butter, preserves, coffee.
Dinner : Pea soup, hot pot,
corned beef and vegetables,
boiled potatoes, stewed carrots, sago pudding.
Tea :   Cold   meats,   pickles,
bread and butter, preserves,
cakes, tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese.
Beef Tea and other Medical
W EJDNESDAY.
Breakfast : Oatmeal porridge and milk, steak and
onions, Irish stew, bread and
butter, preserves, coffee.
Dinner : Barley broth, boiled
mutton and caper sauce, curry
and rice, boiled potatoes,
mashed , turnips, stewed
prunes and rice.
Tea : Corned pork, pickles,
bread and butter, preserves,
buns,  tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese.
Comforts supplied to Passengers
THURSDAY.
Breakfast : Oatmeal porridge and milk, hashed meat,
bacon and boiled eggs, hot
rolls, butter, preserves, coffee.
Dinner : Vegetable soup,
corned pork and peaspudding,
beef and kidney, hot-pot,
boiled potatoes, plum pudding and sweet sauce, oranges.
Tea : Cold meat, pickles,
bread and butter, preserves,
tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese,
free on Doctor's order.
FRIDAY.
Breakfast : Oatmeal porridge and milk, salt herrings,
corned beef, hash, bread and
butter, preserves, coffee.
Dinner : Green pea soup,
boiled salt fish and egg sauce,
roast beef, boiled potatoes,
cabbage, tapioca ■ pudding.
Tea: Smoked herrings, corned
beef, pickles, bread and
butter, preserves, buns, tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese.
SATURDAY.
Breakfast : Oatmeal porridge and milk, pork or
mutton chops, irish stew,
bread and butter, preserves,
coffee.
Dinner : Rice soup, corned
beef and vegetables, stewed
mutton, boiled potatoes,
stewed carrots, stewed
prunes and rice.
Tea : Cold meats, pickles,
bread and butter, preserves
tea.
Supper : Gruel, biscuits and
cheese.
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