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Canadian Pacific/Canadian National pooled train service dinner menu from 1949 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1949

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PINEAPPLE JUICE        OR        RADISHES AND GREEN ONIONS
CONSOMME, HOT OR JELLIED ONION SOUP
COLD BOILED GASPE SALMON, MAYONNAISE
FRIED FILLET OF HADDOCK, TARTAR SAUCE
SPANISH OMELET
BROILED LAMB CHOPS, GREEN PEAS
BAKED HAM, YORKSHIRE SAUCE
yf      ROAST RIBS OF BEEF, AU JUS
ASSORTED COLD MEATS, POTATO SALAD
POTATOES:—BOILED, MASHED OR LYONNAISE S
CREAMED CARROTS        OR        GREEN PEAS  *r
FRENCH OR BROWN BREAD HOT ROLLS y/      OR HOT BRAN MUFFINS
STEAMED FIG PUDDING, CUSTARD SAUCE */
COCOANUT CUP CUSTARD
APPLE PIE
PINEAPPLE SUNDAE
CANADIAN CHEDDAR OR OKA CHEESE WITH BISCUITS
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TEA If COFFEE MILK
(MEALS SERVED AT REDUCED RATES TO CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE)
M 69 SPECIAL SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER
"CHARCOAL BROILED"
$3.00
(INCLUDING ALL COURSES SERVED WITH $2.00 DINNER
EXCEPT FISH AND MEATS.) igriirragra, Cigars anb (ftfgarettea
Splits        Pts.
MitXBtal       Mineral Waters        20c 35c
Mater*,
£t^ Club Soda       15c 25c
Sparkling Water  15c 25c
Dry Ginger Ale  15c 25c
Ginger Beer  15c
Coca Cola  15c
Glass
Lemonade, Plain        20c
Lemonade, with Soda       30c
Lemonade, with Mineral Water       35c
Bromo Seltzer       15c
Cigars Choice Havana Cigars .2 for 27c, 2 for 37c,
_njl 2 for 45c and 28c each.
%S2?* Cigarettes 35c and 40c per pkg.
(Provincial tax will be added where effective)
It will be appreciated if patrons will report any unusual service or attention on the part of
employees of Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars to Superintendent at Montreal, Que.,
as  this  will  enable  the   Management  to  recognize  exceptional  efficiency.
J. A. McISAAC, Manager
Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Car, and Restaurant Department
Montreal, Que.
D.C. No. 1
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DINING CAR SERVICE
CANADIAN NATIONAL — CANADIAN PACIFIC
POOLED TRAIN SERVICE
A la (Eatte
RELISHES, ETC.
BLENDED FRUIT JUICE 25c FRUIT COCKTAIL 35c
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 25c TOMATO JUICE 25c PINEAPPLE JUICE 25c
APPLE JUICE 25c
CELERY 30c OLIVES 25c
IMPORTED SARDINES 65c
SOUPS:
TUREEN 40c; CUP 25c
(See Table d'Hote Menu)
FISH: FRESH OR SMOKED 95c
(See Table d'Hote Menu)
EGGS, ETC.
BROILED BACON  (5 STRIPS) 90c;  (3 STRIPS) 65c
BROILED SUGAR CURED HAM (FULL CUT) 95c; (HALF CUT) 70c
GRILLED HAM WITH FRIED EGGS $1.05; (WITH 1 EGG) 90c
GRILLED BACON WITH FRIED EGGS $1.00; (WITH  1  EGG) 80c
BOILED OR FRIED EGGS (2) 55c; (I) 30c SCRAMBLED EGGS 55c
POACHED EGGS ON TOAST (2) 55c; (1) 30c SHIRRED EGGS 65c
PLAIN 60c;
OMELETS
PARSLEY. TOMATO OR CHEESE 65c;
HAM, BACON OR SPANISH 75c
COLD MEATS AND SALADS
ASSORTED COLD MEATS 90c; WITH POTATO SALAD $1.00 POTATO SALAD 25c
SLICED TOMATO OR HEAD LETTUCE SALAD 55c    COMBINATION SALAD 65c
LOBSTER SALAD "NATIONAL" 80c CHICKEN SALAD 80c
(Dressing without Oil, Mayonnaise or French Dressing)
VEGETABLES
BOILED or MASHED POTATOES 20c; LYONNAISE or HASHED BROWN POTATOES 30c
FRESH  VEGETABLES  25c  (See Table  d'Hote  Menu)
DESSERTS, ETC.
PIE (PER CUT) 25c STRAINED HONEY 30c PUDDING 30c
ICE CREAM 25c; WITH WAFERS OR CAKE 30c ICE CREAM SUNDAES 30c
CANADIAN CHEDDAR OR OKA CHEESE WITH BISCUITS 30c
CHEESE 30c
SANDWICHES
(White or Brown Bread, Plain or Toasted)
EGG 40c HAM 35c TOMATO 30c
CHICKEN 60c HAM AND EGG 55c
TONGUE 45c
BREADS
WHITE OR BROWN BREAD 10c
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
HOT  ROLLS 10c
TEA (per pot)  25c COFFEE (per pot) 25c
INDIVIDUAL SPECIAL MILK 15c
COCOA (per pot) 25c INSTANT POSTUM (per pot) 25c MALTED MILK 25c
Waiters are strictly forbidden to take or serve verbal orders.
Guests will confer a favor by requesting meal check blank. ^RfiritnTry of
Two centuries ago this summer, thirteen ships, escorted by a sloop of war
dropped anchor in Chebucto Bay on the southern shore of Nova Scotia'
The passengers were more than 2,500 men, women and children, the first
Enghsh settlers brought out to Canada. Under the leadership o Edward
Cornwall,, the newly appointed Governor of Nova Scotia, Ly hewed
down trees on the shore of the bay-now known as one of the great harbors
of the world-and laid the foundations for the city of Halifax, a city destined
to grow m importance with every passing decade
The   Canadian   National   System   has   been   associated   with  that
development for nearly a hundred years and it continues to serve the
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salutes Halifax on the two hundredth4in^^)otits43irihday.
CANADIAN   NATIONAL   RAILWAYS

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