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1934
APPLY TO NEAREST CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENT CANADIAN  PACIFIC  PRINCESS  LINERS TO  VANCOUVER  ISLAND
TIME SCHEDULES, SUMMER
Seattle,  Victoria   and   Vancouver
DAILY SERVICE
GOING
Lv. Seattle      9:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m.
Ar. Victoria      1:15 p.m.® Direct
Lv. Victoria      2:15 p.m. Steamship
Ar. Vancouver   ...    6:30 p.m.® 8:00 a.m.
©Arrives  1:30  p.m. prior to June 17.
©Arrives  7:00  p.m.  prior to June 17.
RETURNING
Lv. Vancouver   ..10:30 a.m.
Ar. Victoria     3:00 p.m.®
Lv. Victoria     5:00 p.m.®
Ar. Seattle      9:30 p.m.
©Arrives 3:30  p.m. prior to June
©Leaves  4:30  p.m.  prior to June
11:00 p.m.
Direct
Steamship
8.00 a.m.
17.
17.
Pacific Standard Time
Steveston   and   Si
(Effective June 16)
GOING
Daily ex.
Daily Sunday
Lv. Steveston   12:30 p.m.    7:15 p.m.
Ar. Sidney        3:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m.
RETURNING
Daily ex.
Daily Sunday
Lv. Sidney 8:45 a.m.    4:00 p.m.
Ar. Steveston   11:45 a.m.    6:45 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver
©Does not call at Steveston this trip on Sil
idney
unday
inly®
{OO p.m.
Gulf Islands)
45 p.m.
inday.
(via
VANCOUVER AND NANAIMO
In effect May 26 to June 22, inclusive.
GOING
Daily ex.       Sunday Saturday
Daily          Sunday           only only
Lv. Vancouver  10:00 a.m.    5:45 p.m.      8:45 p.m. 2:0O p.m.
Ar. Nanaimo 12:30 p.m.    8:15 p.m.    11:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
RETURNING
Daily ex. Sat. & Sun.
Daily                  Sunday only
Lv. Nanaimo     7:00 a.m.              2:15 p.m. 5:45 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver     9:30 a.m.              4:45 p.m. 8:15 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
Lv. Nanaimo	
Ar. Vancouver
Sat only
9:00 a.m.
11:45 a.m.
Daily
8:00 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
VANCOUVER AND NANAIMO
In effect June 23 to September 4, inclusive.
GOING
Daily ex.        Daily ex.      Sunday     Daily ex.
Sat. Sun. only Sun.
9:30 a.m.    11:00 a.m.    1:00 p.m.    5:45 p.m.
12:15 p.m.      1:15 p.m.    3:45 p.m.    8:00 p.m.
RETURNING
Daily ex. Sunday Daily ex.
Sun. only Sun.
2:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
4:45 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
AUTOMOBILE  RATES AND  PASSENGER  FARES
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS—When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid passenger ticket, pa
tion purposes, will be handled as baggage traffic between undermentioned ports at rate shown.   Automobile rates do not include the A
BETWEEN
AND
Seattle and Vancouver
Seattle and Victoria	
Vancouver and Victoria	
Vancouver and Nanaimo
Steveston and Sidney	
Victoria and Port Angeles
ONE WAY RATES
Passgr.
Fare
Automobile Rate
Up
to 115"
®$4.25
2.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
1.00
$4.50
3.50
3.50
3.00
3.00
2.00
116"
to 125"
$5.50
4.50
4.50
4.00
4.00
2.50
Over
125"
ROUND TRIP RATES
Passgr.
Fare
30 Day
$6.50
5.50
5.50
5.00
5.00
3.00
®$7.75
4.50
4.50
2.70
2.70
I      1.80
Automobile Rate
Up
to 115"
$8.10
6.30
6.30
5.00
5.00
3.60
116"
to 125"
$9.90
8.10
8.10
7.20
7.20
4.50
Over
125"
$11.70
9.90
9.90
9.00
9.00
5.40
Circuit Tours applying in either direction
Seattle—Victoria and Victoria-
Vancouver—Victoria and
Seattle—Victoria and
Seattle—Victoria and Sidney
Steveston—Sidney  and   N|
AUTOMOBILE  COMMUTATION   RATES
Ten trip automobile commutation  books  good on Vancouver-Nanaimo and Steveston-Sidney Routes limit ninety days,
may be purchased at following rates:
Wheelbase up to and including 115" $18.75
Wheelbase  116" to  125"  inclusive   27.00
Wheelbase over   125"   33.75
MOTORCYCLES—The one way rate between any two of the above-mentioned  ports  will  be  $1.00;  with  side  car  $2.00.
TRAILERS—The minimum automobile rate on any route or  combination  of routes will  be charged for trailers   (carrying
baggage or camp equipment only).
©If stopover desired  at Victoria—One-way  fare $5.00,  Round  trip $9.00.
Circuit-Tour rates may  be made for automobiles and  passengers   over  any   two   or   more   routes   not   shown   in   the  above
table,  on   the  basis  of  10%   less  than   the  combination   of the two  one-way   rates  according  to  the above  divisions.
CANADIAN
If  the automobile  is  to  remain
obtainable from Customs Officer at  port
States)   without securing  Customs bond
If more than sixty day  stay  is  planned
obtained, without  bond or deposit,  uponl
In order to bring the car back  into Can^d
port of exit when  leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of
Customs at port of exit, and on return
American  origin  and ownership of such
MOTOR    AND     CRUISE     IN     CANADA'S     EVERGREEN     P
934
Vancouver and Victoria
Daily Service
GOING
Lv. Vancouver    10:30 a.m.      12 M'dn't
Ar. Victoria      3:00 p.m.®   7:00 a.m.
RETURNING
Sunday
only
9:00 p.m.
11:15 p.m.
Sunday
only
7:30p.m.
10:00 p.m.
Lv. Victoria      2:15 p.m.      12 M'dn't
Ar. Vancouver        6:30 p.m.®   7:00 a.m.
©Arrives 3.30  p.m.  prior to June  17.
©Arrives  7:00  p.m. prior to June  17.
VICTORIA AND PORT ANGELES
(P.S.N. CO.)
nr\TKrn Daily ex.      Sunday
OOINU Daily Sunday only
Lv. Victoria 9:00 a.m. ®2:30 p.m. ®5:15 p.m.
Ar. Port Angeles 10:35 a.m.     4:15 p.m.     7:00 p.m.
Daily ex.      Sunday
Daily Sunday only
Lv. Port Angeles   7:00 a.m. ®5:00 p.m. ®7:30 p.m.
Ar. Victoria    8:35 a.m.     6:45 p.m.     9:15 p.m.
©Afternoon trips effective June 15 to September
10 inclusive.  Morning trips effective year round.
RETURNING
senger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstra-
diftver.    Wheelbase measurement—axle to axle.
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
Passgr.
Fare
—Vancouver	
Nanaimo—Vancouver
Nar(aimo—Vancouver	
■—Steveston	
anaimo—Vancouver	
I
$5.00
3.60
3.60
3.60
2.70
Automobile Rate
Up
to 115"
116"
to 125"
$6.30
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.40
$8.10
7.65
7.65
7.65
7.20
Over
125"
$9.90
9.45
9.45
9.45
9.00
kND  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS
Canada   less  than  sixty  days   (ninety  days   in   the   United   States),   touring   permit   is
of entry allowing the car to  be  run  for  sixty   days   (ninety   days   in   the  United
or depositing  duty.
n  Canada an extension  of  a further  period,  not  exceeding  thirty  days,   may   be
application to Customs Department,
a duty free on  return   journey,   it   must   be  registered  with   Customs  Officer  at
automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States
urney to United States, State registration card will be accepted as establishing
utomobile.
LAYGROUND liqhtf
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Moto
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Here are a few of the more popular regions on Vancouver Island and the British Columbia mainland
that are easily available by motor, with attractive accomodations at hotels and resorts:
SOOKE:
22 miles from Victoria by motor, rail or public stages.
Excellent salmon and trout fishing, sandy beach,
boating, bathing, horseback, tennis, bowling greens,
hiking up Mt. Shepherd.
SHAWNIGAN LAKE:
28 miles from Victoria. Famous for trout fishing.
One of the most popular, easily accessible fishing
locations  on  Vancouver   Island.
COWICHAN BAY:
36 miles from Victoria on the main Island Highway.
A countryside district with cattle, poultry, hatcheries
and seed farms. Neighboring rivers and sea afford
fine   salmon   and   trout   fishing.     Salt   water  bathing.
LAKE COWICHAN:
64 miles from Victoria; 20 miles long. Fine trout
fishing, fish hatchery, aerial logging, good hunting in
season, boating and hiking, warm bathing.
NANAIMO:
The distributing centre for the north end of Vancouver Island. 77 miles from Victoria by road. Golf,
fishing. Steamship connections three times daily with
Vancouver.
NEWCASTLE ISLAND RESORT:
A 754-acre island near Nanaimo. Sandy beaches,
pavilion for dancing, bath house, picnic ground with
covered tables, sports and recreation ground. Served
daily by Canadian Pacific steamships from Vancouver.
PARKSVILLE BAY:
100 miles from Victoria; 23 miles from Nanaimo.
Sea  bathing,   splendid  beach.
SPROAT and GREAT CENTRAL LAKES:
140 miles from Victoria in the heart of the mountain
district.    Fine scenery, trout fishing (trolling and fly).
CAMERON LAKE:
114 miles from Victoria on the .lake shore in the
Arden forest. Boating, bathing, fishing, hiking,
mountain climbing.    Near Cameron Lake Falls.
QUALICUM BEACH:
108 miles from Victoria. Golf, sandy beach, fishing,
tennis,  hiking up   Mt.   Arrowsmith,  horseback.
PORTALBERNI:
131 miles from Victoria at the head of the Alberni
Canal.     Fishing,   boating,   bathing,   sightseeing  trips.
COURTENAY:
147 miles from Victoria. Main town in famous Comox
Valley. Good trout fishing and salmon trolling. Fifteen-mile trail to Forbidden Plateau, alpine holiday
tableland, elevation 4000 feet, pack horses available,
mountaineering, fishing and warm lake bathing.
COMOX:
150 miles from Victoria. Seafront region with fine
view and climate. Golf, salmon aud trout fishing,
warm   sea  bathing,   tennis,   boating,   hiking,   hunting.
CAMPBELL RIVER:
176 miles from Victoria. Centre of a wonderful
region for hunting, salmon fishing, hiking, boating
and bathing. Headquarters of the Tyee Club of
British Columbia. Northern gateway to Strathcona
National  Park.
FORBES LANDING:
190 miles from Victoria. Entrance to Strathcona
National Park. Fly fishing. Deer, bear, willow and
blue grouse are plentiful. Boats, launches, pack
horses available.
STRATHCONA NATIONAL PARK:
An alpine area of unrivalled beauty, in the central
portion of Vancouver Island. Snow-topped peaks and
glaciers, streams and lakes, beautiful scenery. 800
square miles in area.
GROUSE MOUNTAIN:
16 miles from Vancouver, over beautiful Grouse
Mountain Highway. A scenic mountain playground
where  outing  sports  abound.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS:
A short distance by paved highway from Seattle or
Vancouver. Golf, tennis, bowling, shooting, fishing,
hiking, medicinal springs.
M.S.  Motor Princess,  Steveston-Sidney Service
S.S.   Princess Alice, Vancouver-Victoria-Seattle  Service
S.S.   Princess  Elaine,  Vancouver-Nanaimo Service
S.S.   Pr.   Joan   and  Pr.   Elizabeth,  Vanc'r-Victoria  and  Vanc'r-Nanaimo  Service
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