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 PASSENGER  FARES  BETWEEN PRINCIPAL  PORTS
BETWEEN One-way
Vancouver   and  Victoria - $ 2.50
Vancouver and  Seattle - j® 4.25
Vancouver  and   Seattle ® 5.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo —  1.50
Vancouver and  Galiano  Island  1.50
Vancouver and  Mayne  Island  1.50
Vancouver and Port Washington....  1.50
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour  1.50
Vancouver and  Union  Bay   3.75
Vancouver and  Comox  3.75
Vancouver and Powell River _  3.00
Vancouver and  Blubber Bay  3.00
Vancouver  and  Campbell   River _  4.00
(Alert   Bay J.  11.50
Port   Hardy  13.50
Ocean   Falls -  17.25
Butedale    _  21.50
Prince  Rupert  24.00
Seattle  and  Victoria - ---.-    2.50
Seattle  and  Powell  River —-     7.75
Seattle and Campbell River     7.75
Seattle  and  Alert  Bay   16.00
Seattle   and   Port   Hardy -   18.00
Seattle  and  Ocean  Falls.... -  21.75
Seattle  and Prince Rupert _ -  28.50
C Ketchikan      40.02
Wrangell      46.98
Juneau   55.68
Skagway    —  60.90
Ketchikan   -  34.50
Wrangell     42.62
Juneau     51.90
Skagway    -•   58.86
Ocean  Falls and Prince  Rupert  12.75
Steveston and  Sidney ..-«. —- -     150
Sidney and Vancouver *     2.00
Victoria  and  Bamfield— - -     5.45
Victoria and  Clayoquot -  11.25
Victoria and Tofino.   11.25
Victoria and Nootka —  16.05
Victoria  and  Esperanza  Inlet _  16.35
Victoria and Kyuquot Sound —~<  17.90
Victoria   and   Port  Alice ,.  21.45
Port Alberni  and  Ucluelet _     3.05
Port  Alberni  and  Tofino      3.65
Port  Alberni   and   Clayoquot       3.65
Port  Alberni  and  Nootka    12.45
Port Alberni and Esperanza Inlet   13.40
Port Alberni  and  Zeballos _  13.40
Port Alberni and  Kyuquot  Sound   14.85
Port Alberni  and Port Alice   18.75
R. T.
$ 4.50
7.75
9.00
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
6.75
6.75
5.40
5.40
7.20
20.70
24.30
31.05
38.70
43.20
4.50
13.95
13.95
28.80
32.40
39.15
51.30
Seattle©
Victoria
or
Vancouver®
.{
22.95
2.70
R.  T.—30  days round trip.
Fares between other ports on application.
©Not good for stop-over at Victoria.
©Good for stop-over at Victoria.
©Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $8.00
and round trip $14.40 or more except tickets reading from Seattle
to Alaska ports do not include berth between Seattle and Vancouver.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double one-way fare.
WEEK-END FARES
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN Fare
Vancouver and Victoria. - - $3.15
Vancouver  and   Nanaimo....   1-75
Vancouver  and   Seattle   (limited) -  5.35
Vancouver and Seattle  (stop-over at Victoria)  6.25
Victoria   and   Seattle  3.25
Vancouver and Mayne Island _  2.00
Vancouver  and   Galiano   Island  2.00
Vancouver  and  Port Washington  2.00
Vancouver and  Ganges  Harbour  2.00
Going1 Iiimit—From 12 noon Friday until 2 p.m. Sunday of each
week-end.
Return Iiimit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Monday following date of sale.
NOTE: Canadian Government Revenue Tax of 15% must be
added to all passage fares, except one way fares to U.S. ports,
if tickets purchased in Canada.
7 8
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
passenger ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale,
delivery or demonstration purposes, will be handled as Baggage
Traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown.
AUTOMOBILE   RESERVATIONS
To   ensure   space   on   trip   desired,   automobile   reservations
should be made in advance,  and car presented at ship's side for
loading at  least thirty minutes  prior to  scheduled  sailing  time.
Reservations will not be made on  the Steveston-Sidney route.
WHEEL-BASE  MEASUREMENT   (Axle  to  Axle)
ONE  WAY RATES
BETWEEN Up 116"        Over
Vancouver and Seattle  (limited to to 115" to 125"      125"
continuous   passage) $4.50       $5.00       $5.50
Victoria  and   Seattle  3.50 4.00 4.50
Vancouver and  Victoria «. _  3.50 4.00 4.50
Vancouver  and   Nanaimo _  3.00 3.50 4.00
Steveston  and   Sidney _... 3.00 3.50 4.00
Sidney  and   Vancouver  3.00 3.50 4.00
Vancouver,  Powell  River and Blubber Bay.. 4.00 4.50        5.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox   4.50 5.00 5.50'
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or   Powell   River   3.00 3.50 4.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports 3.50 4.00 4.50
Inter Island   (G-ulf Island Ports)  3.00 3.50 4.00
ROUND TRIP RATES
BETWEEN                                                                Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle  (limited  to                   to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous  passage)    $8.10 $9.00 $9.90
Victoria  and   Seattle  6.30 7.20 ' 8.10
Vancouver and Victoria _ _  6.30 7.20 8.10
Vancouver  and   Nanaimo  5.00 6.30 7.20
Steveston   and   Sidney    5.00 6.30 7.20
Vancouver,  Powell  River and  Blubber  Bay.. 7.00 8.10 9.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  8.00 9.00 9.90
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or   Powell   River. _   5.00 6.30 7.20
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports 6.00 7.20 8.10
Inter Island   (Gulf Island Ports)  5.00 6.30 7.20
CIRCUIT  TOUR RATES
Rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two
or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase divisions.
AUTOMOBILE  COMMUTATION RATES
Ten-trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-
Nanaimo and Steveston-Sidney routes limited to 90 days, may be
purchased at following rates:
Wheelbase up  to and including  115" $18.75
Wheelbase 116" to 125" inclusive _  23.75
Wheelbase over  125"  27.00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall  measurement,  including couplings. One Way
Up  to  4 feet in length $1.00
Over    4 feet and not exceeding    8  feet............ _  2.00
Over    8  feet and not exceeding  16  feet minimum  auto  rate
Over 16  feet and not exceeding  18  feet maximum auto rate
Over 18  feet maximum auto rate
plus  50c per foot for each additional  foot
  or fraction  thereof. 	
ROUND TRIP or CIRCUIT TOUR rates for Trailers to  be made
10% less than sum of one-way fares.
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be $1.00, with side car $2.00. 	
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES  (See Pare 10).
CANADIAN and UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six
months (90 days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to
be run for six months (90 days in the United States) without
securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on
return journey, it must be registered with Customs Officer at
port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States
Customs at port of exit, and on return journey to United States,
State registration card will be accepted as establishing American
origin and ownership of such automobiles.
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tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
Name of
Steamship
©Pr. Elizabeth
©Pr. Joan
®Pr. Louise
©Pr. Charlotte
©Pr. Adelaide
©Pr. Alice
©Pr. Norah
©Pr. Mary
©Pr. Elaine
©Pr. Victoria
©Pr. Maquinna
©Motor Princess
©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal conditions prevailing.
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn
fuel oil. Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte,
Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and Motor Princess are twin
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw. All other
ships are single screw.
Day
©
No. of
Dining-
AUIU.
Clear
Gross
Pass'r
No. of
State
room
ances
Ton.
Cap.
Beds
rooms
Cap.
Ft. In.
5251
1100
394
206
112
7     2
5251
1100
394
206
112
7     2
4032
1000
228
106
125
7   11
3925
1000
207
100
118
6   10
3061
800
209
98
100
6     7
8099
800
158
77
110
6     8
2731
450
149
55
100
7     5
2155
600
173
73
52
6     8
2027
1200
3
1
100
9   10
3167
1000
110
57
80
6  m
1777
300
90
45
65
6     3
1242
390
—
—
42
10     0
2069
—
—
—
—
—
419
15
2
2
6
—
305
—
2
1
4
— •
200
—
—
—
4
—
ISSUED JUNE 11, 1945
©Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
Los Angeles, Cal.
A.  D. Macdonald
General  Agent
513  West   6th  St.
San Francisco, Cal
S.  E.  Corbin
General  A^ent
152 Geary St.
Portland, Ore.
E. J. Dahlberg
City Pass. Agent
*
626   S.W.  Broadway
Seattle, Wash.
A.  J.   Mahon
General Agent
1320  Fourth   Ave.
Seattle, Wash.
L. N. Jones
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
Victoria, B.C.
R.  J.  Burland
District Pass. Agent
1102 Government St.
Victoria, B.C.
E.  S.  Brenen
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian  Pac.  Pier
Nanaimo, B.C.
M.  C.  Ironside
City Pass. Agent
Front & Bastion Sts.
Nanaimo, B.C.
J. A. Finlayson
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Vancouver, B.C.
F. H. Daly
General Agent
434 W.  Hastings  St.
Vancouver, B.C.
J.  A.  Jewett
Ticket Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Vancouver, B.C.
W.  S. Stewart
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Vancouver, B.C.
S.  G.  Lemmon
Wharf Ticket  Agent
Pier "C"                             !
New Westminster,
T.   R.  Clark
Can.  Pac.  Station
B.C.
Powell River, B.C.
Powell  River Co.
Agents
Ocean Falls, B.C.
Harry  Griffiths
Agent
Prince Rupert,  B.C
. W.  L. Coates
General  Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska
Robert  Browning
Agent
Wrangell,  Alaska
Campbell Bros.
Agents
Juneau, Alaska
W.  E. H. Godson
Agent
Skagway, Alaska
L.   H.  Johnston
General Agent
R.   W    McMUR'RAY                                   G.
BRUCE  BURPEE
Manager
General  Passenger Agrent
Victoria,   B.C.
Vancouver.   B.C.
3138-25M.
Printed in Canada
10
Friendly Canada Welcomes
U.S. Citizens
 VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
TRIANGLE
ROUTE
HATUr
DAILY SERVICE
Bead Down
Steamships
"Princess Alice" or
"Princess Charlotte"
"Pr. Elizabeth"
or "Pr. Joan"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
10:30 a.m.®
3:45 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:50 p.m.
Night
service
temporarily
withdrawn.
12:00 mdnt.®
7:00 a.m.
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
7:20 a.m.®
12:35 p.m.
1:20 p.m.
6:35 p.m.(a)
Night
service
temporarily
withdrawn.
12:00 mdnt.®
7:00 a.m.
(a)Arrives at 6:40 p.m. prior to June 24,
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote
Luncheon, $1.00; Children, 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c. No dinner served but coffee room open for entire voyage, serving
sandwiches,  tea, coffee, etc.
©Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00; Children, 50c; Table d'Hote
Dinner, $1.25; Children, 65c. Coffee room open for entire
trip,   serving  sandwiches,  tea and  coffee,  etc.
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c. Coffee room
service a la carte serving light lunch snacks, sandwiches, tea,
coffee, etc. (Sandwiches and coffee served in staterooms 35c.)
AUGMENTED  SERVICE
Sundays only:
Lv. Vancouver    4:30 p.m.       Ar. Victoria   — 9:45 p.m.
S.S. Princess Alice
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In effect to June 28, 1945 inclusive.
Steamship "Princess Elaine"
Read Down
Daily except
Saturday and
Sunday
Saturday Only
Sunday Only
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
a.m.     p.m.
11:00     6:15
1:20     8:45
p.m.     p.m.
a.m.    p.m.
11:00   6:15
1:20   8:45
p.m.    p.m.
a.m.
11:00
1:20
p.m.
p.m.
9:00
11:30
p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
a.m.     p.m.
7:30     2:45
10:00    5:15
a.m.     p.m.
a.m.   p.m.
7:30   2:45
10:00   5:15
a.m.   p.m.
p.m.
9:15
11:45
p.m.
p.m.
5:45
8:15
p.m.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In effect June 29 to September 4 inclusive.
Steamships "Princess Elaine" and "Princess Victoria"
Read Down
Daily Except Sunday
Sunday Only
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Vancouver
11:00
2:00
6:15
11:00
2:00
9:00
Ar. Nanaimo
1:20
4:30
8:35
1:20
4:30
11:20
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo
7:30
2:45
6:30
9:00
5:30
6:30
Ar. Vancouver
9:50
5:05
9:00
11:20
7:50
8:50
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte service)
ESQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY   CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and points sotfth.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:45 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and points south.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
Steamship "Princess Mary"
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER     9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Hope Bay
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Victoria, about ..6:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    lO:30a.m.
Ar. James Island   (C.I.L.)®
Ar. Sidney
Ar. Port Washington
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Vancouver,   about ..7:30 p.m.
©C.I.L.—Canadian  Industries Ltd. Wharf.
©Montague Harbour and Gossip Island reached via Galiano
Island.
©Call is made at North Pender Island on each of the above
trips, either at Hope Bay or Port Washington. The distance between these ports by road is about 2^_ miles.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 35c to 75c, Children 35c and 40c; Luncheon 75c, Children
40c; Dinner 75c, Children 40c, Afternoon Tea 35c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER     9 .00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver,   about ..8:00 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER     9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver,   about ..6:00 p.m.
2 3
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
Steamship "Princess Mary"
Tuesday
11:45 p.m. Tue.
6:30 a.m. Wed.
8:00 a.m. Wed.
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Blubber Bay
Ar. Hornby Island 10:00 a.m. Wed.
Ar. Denman Island a.m. Wed.
Ar. Union Bay p.m. Wed.
Ar. Comox p.m. Wed.
Lv. Comox 2:30 p.m. Wed.
Ar. Blubber Bay
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Vancouver
Thursday
11:45 p.m. Thu.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
:30 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Wed.
11:15 p.m. Wed. 11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Thu.    6:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
©10:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
6:00 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
©Sunday call at Hornby Island in effect June 23 to September
2 inclusive.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 35c to 75c, Children 35c and 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon
75c, Children 40c; Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon
Tea 35c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves
Union  Bay at  4:54  p.m.  daily except  Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo', Victoria and intermediate  points leaves Union  Bay at  11:05  a.m.  daily except  Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE RUPERT
NOTE:—Government regulations prohibit sailing times on this
Route being published. For particulars apply personally to nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
VANCOUVER TO PRINCE RUPERT
Lv. VANCOUVER _
Ar. Englewood	
"   Alert Bay	
"   Port McNeill -
Saturday
Sunday
"   Port Hardy (Hardy Bay)_
"   Ocean Falls	
Lv. Ocean Falls	
Ar. ©Butedale	
Monday
Ar. PRINCE RUPERT-
PRINCE RUPERT TO VANCOUVER
Lv. PRINCE RUPERT__
Ar. ©Butedale	
"   Ocean Falls	
Lv. Ocean Falls	
Ar. Port Hardy (Hardy. Bay)..
"   Port McNeill	
"   Alert Bay	
"   Englewood	
"   Campbell River	
Ar. VANCOUVER	
©Boat Landing.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
WEST COAST VANCOUVER ISLAND
NOTE:—Government regulations prohibit sailing dates on this
Route being published. For particulars of unpublished
schedules apply personally to nearest Canadian Pacific
Agent.
PORTS OF CALL
  VICTORIA
.. Port Renfrew ~
®®Carmanah _
.._  ©Clo-oose	
  Bamfield 	
©©Sarita Bay -
______   ©Ecoole 	
.  Kildonan 	
 ©Green Cove	
.... ©Franklin River „:.
_ ©Underwood Cove ..
®PORT ALBERNI®
    Ucluelet   --
®Port  Albion
(Ucluelet Arm)
   Tofino  	
._.   Clayoquot  __.
®Kakawis
ALASKA
NOTE:—-Government regulations prohibit sailing dates on this
Route being published. For particulars of unpublished
schedules apply personally to nearest Canadian Pacific
Agent.
PORTS OP CALL
SEATTLE
See Note ®
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
ALERT BAY
 ©Bedwell River __..
_____ ©Herbert Arm _____
    Ahousat  	
.__ ©©Sydney Inlet ...
_.___ ©Refuge Cove 	
  ©Hesquiat 	
- Nootka Cannery _
  ©Muchalat 	
  ©Tasis River 	
 Ceepeecee	
  ©Hecate 	
   Zeballos  	
 ©Markale  	
  Chamiss Bay 	
©Kyuquot Village©
©Winter Harbour®
_ ©Quatsino Village _
  ©Coal Harbour	
    ©Holberg   	
.__ ® Jeune Landing .._,
PRINCE RUPERT
KETCHIKAN
WRANGELL
JUNEAU
PORT ALICE
©Call made when business offers.        ©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip. The southbound call
will be made if business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 11:59 p.m.
on advertised date.
©Call only by special arrangement.
©Steamship will not sail southbound prior to 11:00 a.m. on
advertised date.
©During months December to March inclusive call will not
be made when call is made at Holberg.
SKAGWAY
©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local steamships within fifteen (15) days previous to sailing
of Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
WHITE  PASS AND  YUKON ROUTE  SERVICE
Connecting with all Canadian Pacific Railway Company (B.C.
C.S.), Alaska steamers. During the summer season, daily train
service is operated between Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson
steamships leave Whitehorse on frequent schedules, two trips
per week.
Semi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of
the year.
Plane service at least twice a week between Whitehorse,
Dawson and Mayo.
STATEROOM ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess"  ships between all ports.
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria and Vancouver-Powell River are on sale
on application to Agent.
nd weather conditions and to change without notice.
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Ii
PASSENGER FARES BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN                                                                °Se?7Ry fRi?B
Vancouver and Victoria    -I 2.75 $4.95
Vancouver and Seattle   ®    £.25 »•«
Vancouver and Seattle    - ©    f.00 10.80
Vancouver and Nanaimo -    J-Jg ••««
Vancouver and Galiano   Island —     J.J& ;•"<(
Vancouver and Mayne Island       J.6| £.uu
Vancouver and Port Washington      1.65 d.uu
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour       LJ5 d.uu
Vancouver and Union   Bay        4.70 a.ou
Vancouver and Comox  -     4.70 *•»«
Vancouver and Westview      g.Jg J.«g
Vancouver and Blubbber Bay      3.75 b..&
i   Alert Bay  - ----- 14.40 25.90
Vancouver     \    Port Hardy                    16-90 30.40
-r. +°r<             )    Ocean Falls _Z_L -  21.60 38.90
Victoria          (    Prince Rupert  _ ----- 30.00 54.00
Seattle and Victoria  - -     3.25 5.85
Seattle and Alert Bay   20.05 36.05
Seattle and Port  Hardy   -  22.55 40.55
Seattle and Ocean Falls   -  27.25 49.05
Seattle and Prince Rupert   35.65 b4.i&
/   Ketchikan   42.00 —
Seattle®             ^SS^======Z=$Z BM. -
(   Skagway   . -,  64.00 —
TTi^r**          I   Ketchikan  - — 37.50 —
Victoria         \   Wrangell - 45.00 —
-~r    or        «_ 1   Juneau   54.00 —
Vancouver® (   skagway   59.50 —
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   15.95 28.75
Steveston   and   Sidney...:     1.65 3.00
Sidney and Vancouver -     2.20 —
Victoria and Bamfield    - -     6.00 —
Victoria and Claybquot     12.40 —
Victoria and Tofino   12.40 . —
Victoria and Nootka     17.65 —
Victoria and Chamiss Bay   19.70 —
Port Alberni and Ucluelet       3.35 —-
Port Alberni and Tofino        4.25 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot     4.40 —
Port Alberni and Nootka     13.70 —
Port Alberni and Zeballos     14.75 —
Port Alberni and Chamiss Bay  16.35 —
' R. T.—30 days round trip.
Fares between other ports on application.
©Not good for stop-over at Victoria.
©Good for stop-over at Victoria.
©Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $10.00
and round trip $18.00 or more.    Tickets reading from Seattle to
Northern B.C. and Alaska port's include passage and meals
between Seattle and Vancouver, and from Victoria passage only
between Victoria and Vancouver.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double one-way fare.
WEEK-END FARES
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN
Steveston and Sidney (when service in effect)....
©Vancouver and  Victoria	
Vancouver and Nanaimo    _	
Vancouver and Seattle   (limited)
Vancouver and Seattle (stop-over at Victoria)..
Victoria and  Seattle	
©Vancouver and Mayne Island 	
©Vancouver and Galiano Island  _	
©Vancouver and Port  Washington	
©Vancouver and Ganges Harbour	
Fare
 $2.20
  3.70
  2.20
7.00
8.00
4.35
2.20
2.20
2.20
2.20
SL
Going Limit—From 12 noon Friday until 2 p.m. Sunday of each
week-end.
Return Limit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Men-
day following date of sale, except return limit will be Tuesday from Gulf Islands ports designated ©.
©Not good to return via Gulf Islands Route.
NOTE: Canadian Government Revenue Tax of 15% must be
added to all passage fares.
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
passenger ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale,
delivery or demonstration purposes, will be handled as Baggage
Traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown.
AUTOMOBILE RESERVATIONS
To  ensure   space  on   trip   desired,   automobile   reservations
should be made in advance, and car presented at ships side for
loading at least thirty minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT (Axle to Axle)
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN Up        116"      Over
to 115" to 125"    125"
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to
continuous  passage)    ,- $5.90
Victoria  and   Seattle _—  4.55
Vancouver and Victoria  3.85
Vancouver and Nanaimo  3.30
Steveston and  Sidney  3.30
Sidney  and Vancouver  3.30
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay  5.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  5.65
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or Westview   3.75
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports 3.85
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)  3.30
$6.60
5.20
4.40
3.85
3.85
3.85
5.65
6.25
$7.30
5.85
4.95
4.40
4.40
4.40
6.25
6.90
4.40
4.40
3.85
5.00
4.95
4.40
BETWEEN
ROUND TRIP RATES
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to
continuous passage)    	
Victoria and  Seattle -	
Vancouver and Victoria 	
Vancouver and Nanaimo	
Steveston and Sidney	
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay	
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox	
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or Westview 	
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)	
Up        116"
to 115" to 125"
....$10.65
.... 8.19
.... 6.95
.... 5.95
.... 5.95
.... 9.00
.... 10.20
6.75
6.95
5.95
$11.90
9.36
7.95
6.95
6.95
10.20
11.25
7.95
7.95
6.95
Over
125"
$13.15
10.53
8.95
7.95
7.95
11.25
12.45
9.00
8.95
7.95
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
Rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two
or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase divisions.
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings. One Way
Up to    4 feet in length  $1.30
Over    4 feet and not exceeding    8 feet  2.60
Over    8 feet and not exceeding 16 feet minimum auto rate
Over 16 feet and not exceeding 18 feet maximum auto rate
Over 18 feet maximum auto rate
plus 65c per foot for each additional foot or fraction thereof.
The charge between Vancouver and Seattle (on direct vessel)
will be combined rates of Vancouver-Victoria and Victoria-Seattle.
Trailers can only be handled on certain vessels and for this
reason enquiry must first be made at Canadian Pacific Ticket
Office to ascertain if same can be carried. Any trailer measuring
over 24 feet (including automobile towing it) can only be handled
by special arrangement.
ROUND TRIP or CIRCUIT TOUR rates for Trailers to be made
10% less than sum of one-way fares.
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be $1.50, with side car $3.00 (between Victoria and
Seattle $2.25, with side car $3.45. Between Vancouver and
Seattle $3.75, with side car $6.45).
AUTOMOBILE  CLEARANCES  (See Page 10)
CANADIAN and UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six
months (90 days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to
be run for six months (90 days in the United States) without
securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on
return journey, it must be registered with Customs Offieer at
port of exit when leaving Canada,
Residents of United States, owners of Automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States
Customs at port of exit, and on return journey to United States,
State registration card will be accepted as establishing American
origin and ownership of such automobiles.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to daan^e
STEAMSHIP FLEET
Auto.
Day
©
No. of Dining-
Clear
Name of
Gross
Pass'r
No. of
State-
room
ances
Steamship
Ton.
Cap.
Beds
rooms
Cap.
Ft.   In.
©®®Pr. Marguerite (build'g)
2000
102
50
173
	
©0®Pr. Patricia (building)
2000-
102
50
173
—   .
©©©Pr. Kathleen
59C8
1800
294
145
173
7    5
(D©®Pr. Elizabeth
5i--l
1100
H94
206
112
7    2
©@®Pr. Joan
Sf51
1100
394
206
112
7    2
®©   Pr. Louice
4032
1000
228
106
125
7  11
®@®Pr. CharlottA
3925
1000
162
80
118
6  10
®®   Pr. Adelaide
<*061
800
204
97
110
6    7
®®   Pr. Norah
..731
450
148
54
100
7    5
®®®Pr. Mary
2155
600
156
64
52
6    8
®®®Pr. Elaine
212ft
1200
3
1
100
9  10
®©   Pr. Victoria
3167
1000
92
48
79
6    6
®®   Pr. Maquinna
1777
300
90
45
65
6    2
® Mo tor Princess 1243
400
	
	
42
9    9
®® Nootka
.069
"-
—
—
■ —-• .
—
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal  conditions prevailing.
©Equipped vriih Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn
fuel oil. Princes* Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess Kathleen, Princes* Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and Motor Princess are twin screw.
Princess Marguerite and Princess Patricia are Turbo-electric
driven. Princess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw. All
other rfhip* ar^ siaglr nwrvw.
©Equipped with Radar.
©Equipped with Radio Telephone for ship-to-shore communication.
(^Including sofa bHri__3.
F5^
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
If os A-tffeles 14, Cal. A. D. Macdonald
San rranclscc .$, CeL'S. E. Corbin
Portland 6, Ore.
Seattle 1.W&3L
Seattle, Was...
"TIstoria, B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
Nanaimo, B.C.
Port Alberni, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
New Westminster,
B.C.
Westview, B.C.
E. J. Dahlberg
G. W. Cleland
L. N. Jones
R. J. Burland
E. S. Brenen
W. A. Todd
A. D. Martinich
F. H. Daly
J. A. Jewett
C. E. McPherson
S. G. Lemmon
T. R. Clark
Terminal Ticket
Office
General Agent
, 513 West 6th Si.
General Agent
675 Market St.
City Pass. Agent
207 American  Bank
Building
General Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
District Pass. Agent
1102 Government St.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier .
Ticket Agent,
Canadian Pac. Pier
Agent
*H. & N. Riy. Station
General Agent
434 W. Hastings St.
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "O"
Can. Pac. Station
Agents
Ocean Falls, B.C. Harry Griffiths Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C. D. H. E. MacLean General Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska Robert Browning Agent
Wrangell, Alaska Campbell Bros. Agents
Juneau, Alaska H. H. Davies Agent
Skagway, Alaska L. H. Johnston General Agent
O. J. WILLIAMS
Manager
Victoria, B.C.
3322-25M
W. D. BUCHANAN
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
Printed in Canada
Issued August 7, 1948
PRINCESS
LINES
ROUTES
VANCOUVER—VICTORIA -   ...    2
VICTORIA—SEATTLE 2
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO .... 3
STEVESTON-SIDNEY ..... 2
VANCOUVER—WESTVIEW—COMOX 4
(Powell River)
VANCOUVER—GULF ISLAND PORTS 3
WEST COAST VANCOUVER
ISLAND PORTS   -    -    -   -    -    -    5
VANCOUVER—OCEAN FALLS—
^       PRINCE RUPERT	
ALASKA .--.
Wm:^...
?'&im:''my' Governed by
Pacific Standard Time
:~imi
■i-
ym
iilr
without notice.
10
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FRIENDLY CANADA
WELCOMES U.S. CITIZENS
 DAILY SERVICE
Read Down
Steamships
"Princess Kathleen" or
"Princess Charlotte"
"Pr.  Elizabeth"
or "Pr. Joan"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
10:30 a.m.®
3:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
10:45 p.m.
Direct
Steamship
7:30 a.m.
11:00 p.m.®
6:00 a.m.
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
9.00 a.m.®
12.55 p.m.
1.45 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
11:00 p.m.
Direct
Steamship
8.00 a.m.
11:00 p.m.®
6:00 a.m.
©Breakfast 75c and $1.00, Children 50c; Table d'Hote Luncheon
$1.25, Children 65c; Afternoon Tea 50c. Coffee room open for
entire voyage, serving sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
©Table d'Hote Luncheon $1.25, Children 65c; Table d'Hote Dinner
$1.50, Children 75c. Coffee room open for entire trip, serving
sandwiches, tea and coffee, etc.
©Breakfast 75c and $1.00, Children 50c. Coffee room service a la
carte, serving light lunch snacks, sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
OPENING  OF PASSENGER GANGWAYS POR
RECEPTION OF PASSENGERS
Vancouver-Victoria Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened at 9:00 p.m. at Vancouver and Victoria.
Vancouver-Victoria Day Service—passenger gangway will
be opened one hour prior to sailing from Vancouver and
thirty minutes prior to sailing from Victoria.
Vancouver-Seattle Day Service—passenger gangway will be
opened one hour prior to sailing from Vancouver and 40
minutes prior to sailing from Seattle.
Vancouver-Seattle Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened one hour prior to sailing from Vancouver and
forty-five minutes prior to sailing from Seattle.
Vancouver-Nanaimo Service—passenger gangway will be
opened 30 minutes prior to sailing, except that on 1:45 p.m.
sailing from Nanaimo, plank will be opened 45 minutes
prior to sailing.
Vancouver-Gulf Islands—passenger gangway will be opened
30 minutes prior to sailing.
Vancouver-Westview-Comox—passenger  gangway  will   be
opened at 9:00 p.m. at Vancouver and at Westview.
STEVESTON - SIDNEY
"Motor Princess"
In effect to September 28 inclusive
Read Down
Daily
Except Sunday
Sunday Only
Lv. Sidney
Ar. Steveston
Ar. Vancouver
7:15 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
2:45 p.m.
5:45 p.m.
7:15 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
©
2:45 p.m.
Via Gulf
Islands
8:30 p.m.
Lv. Steveston
Ar. Sidney
11:15 a.m.
2:15 p.m.
6:15 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
11:15 a.m.
2:15 p.m.
©Via Gulf Islands—does not call at Steveston.
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte service)
Do yon know that Bicycles (not Motorcycles), Baby
Carriages and Go-Carts are considered as Passenger's
Baggage and may be checked Free of Charge.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In effect to September 7 inclusive
"Princess Elaine" — "Princess Victoria" —
"Princess Joan" or "Princess Elizabeth"
WESTVIEW (
POWELL
RIVER
) - COMOX
Read Down
DAILY
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
7:15 am
9:45 am
10:00 am
12:30 pm
12:15 pm
3:15 pm
2:15 pm
4:45 pm
5:15 pm
7:45 pm
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6.30 am
9:00 am
10:45 am
1:15 pm
1:45 pm
4:15 pm
5:00 pm
8:00 pm
6:00 pm
8:30 pm
In effect September 8 to 26 inclusive
S.S. "Princess Elaine" and "Princess Victoria"
Read Down
DAILY
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
7:15 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
2:15 p.m.
4:45 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
10:45 a.m.
1:15 p.m.
1:45 p.m.
4:15 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte service)
ESQUIMA-CiT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 10:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and intermediate points.
Steamship from Nanaimo 1:45 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and intermediate points.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
MONDAY—-"Princess Mary"
Lv. VANCOUVER  8:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Hope Bay
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Victoria, about 5:30 p.m.
■TUESDAY, "Princess Mary"
Lv. VICTORIA _...9:30 a.m.
Ar. James Island (C.I.L.)®
Ar. Port Washington
(N. Pender Isl.)®
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Vancouver, about....6.30 p.m.
THURSDAY—-"Princess Mary"
Lv. VANCOUVER  8:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver, about....7:00 p.m.
SATURDAY—"Princess  Mary"
Lv. VANCOUVER  8:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington
(N. Pender Is.)®
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver, about....5:00 p.m.
SUNDAY—"Motor Princess"
Lv. SIDNEY  2:45 p.m.
Lv. Pt. Washington ..®3:45 p.m.
Lv. Ganges Harbour ....4:30 p.m.
Lv. Mayne Island 5:15 p.m.
Lv. Galiano Island ..5:30 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver, about ..8:30 p.m.
In effect each
Sunday, May 2 to
Sept. 26 inclusive.
©C.I.L.—Canadian Industries Ltd. Wharf.
©Montague Hbr. and Gossip Isl. reached via Galiano Isl.
©Call will be made at North Pender Island, either at Port
Washington or Hope Bay, whichever is indicated in schedule
above. The distance between these ports by road is about 2%
miles.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 75c and $1.00, Children 50c; Luncheon $1.00, Children
50c; Dinner $1.00,  Children 50c; Afternoon Tea 50c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Westview
Lv. Westview
Ar. Blubber Bay
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Desman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox
Ar. Blubber Bay
Ar. Westview
Lv. Westview
Ar. Vancouver
Steamship
Tuesday
10:45 p.m. Tue.
5:30 a.m. Wed.
^.OO a.m. Wed.
9:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
1:30 p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
10:15 p.m. Wed.
5:30 a.m. Thu.
Princess Mary"
Thursday
10:45 p.m. Thu.
5:30 a.m. Fri.
7:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
1:80 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
10:15 p.m. Fri.
5:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
10:45 p.m. Sat.
5:30 a.m. Sun.
7:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.(j
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
5:00 p.m. Sun.C
p.m. Sun.
10:15 p.m. Sun.
5:30 a.m. Mon.
NOTE:—Powell River located 3% miles North of Westview by
road. Passengers make their own way by Bus.
©Will sail from Comox at 5:00 p.m. each Sunday until September
26 exclusive.
®Call will be made at Hornby Island each Sunday to September
12 inclusive.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 75c and $1.00, Children 50c; Table d'Hote Luncheon
$1.00, Children 50c; Dinner $1.00, Children 50c; Afternoon
Tea 50c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves
Union Bay at 3:54 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 10:05 a.m. daily except Sunday.
Ocean Falls - Prince Rupert
WEEKLY SERVICE
Steamship "Princess Adelaide"
VANCOUVER TO PRINCE RUPERT
Lv. VANCOUVER   8:00 p.m. Saturday
Ar. Beaver Cove   a.m. Sunday
"    Englewood     a.m.      "
"    Alert Bay  a.m.     "
"    Port McNeill  a.m.      "
"    Port Hardy (Hardy Bay)  p.m.      "
"    Ocean Falls  p.m.      "
Lv. Ocean Falls  p.m.     "
Ar. ©Butedale  a.m. Monday
Ar. PRINCE RUPERT  p.m.      "
PRINCE RUPERT TO VANCOUVER
Lv. PRINCE RUPERT 10:00 p.m. Monday
Ar. ©Butedale  a.m. Tuesday
"    Ocean Falls  p.m.      "
Lv. Ocean Falls 10:00 p.m.      "
Ar. Port Hardy (Hardy Bay) ©  8:00 a.m. Wednesday
"    Port McNeill  a.m.      "
"    Alert Bay  a.m.      "
"    Englewood     a.m.      "
"    Beaver Cove   a.m.      "
Ar. VANCOUVER   8:00 a.m. Thursday
©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier
than 8:00 a.m.
©Boat landing.
STATEROOM ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess" ships between all ports (except between Steveston and Sidney).
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria and Vancouver-Westview are on sale on
application to Agent.
3 4
The times and dates of arrival and departure from Various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
i
West Coast Vancouver Island
Steamship "Princess Maquinna"
Steamship will leave Victoria at 11:00 p.m. on the following
dates:
Aug 6, 14, 22, 30, 1948
Sept  7, 15, 23,        1948
Northbound
Read Down
PORTS OF CALL
Southbound
Read Up
First Day
Lv.
11 p.m. VICTORIA 12 noon
Ar.
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k
Second Day
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  Port Renfrew 	
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    ©Clo-oose   	
a
Seventh Day
a
  Bamfield 	
a
a
  ©Sarita Bay 	
tt
'*
a
   ©Ecoole 	
a
a
  Kildonan 	
a
a
  ©Green Cove 	
a
^
a
   ©Franklin River 	
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>
a
....  ©PORT ALBERNI©  ...
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Sixth Day
Third Dav
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a
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   Tofino	
a
a
    Clayoquot   	
a
    ©Kakawis  	
"
a
  ©Bedwell River	
1
a
   ©Herbert Arm ..
>
a
   Ahousat 	
it
Fourth Dav
©Refuge Cove (Hot Springs Co
ve)
a
1
u
    ©Hesquiat	
a
 Nootka Cannery	
a
a
  ©Muchalat 	
a
    ®Tahsis   	
a
  Ceepeecee 	
a
i
a
   ©Hecate 	
a
Fifth Day
a
    Zeballos   	
a
L
a
    ©Markale   	
a
L
^
a
  Chamiss Bay 	
a
Fourth Day
©Call made when business offers.
©Boat Landing.
®9alLilmade n°rthbound each trip. The southbound call will
be made if business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 11:59 p.m   on
advertised date. v
©Call only by special arrangement.
©Steamship will not sail southbound prior to 11:00 a m   on
advertised date.
CANADIAN PACIFIC AIR LINES
REGULAR SERVICE
WHITEHORSE - DAWSON CITY
Vancouver and Edmonton to Whitehorse, Dawson City, and
Fairbanks, Edmonton to Yellowknife and Port Radium.
ALASKA
PORTS OF CALL
Sailinjr No. "M \
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Lv. Seattle   {    See
Lv. Victoria J Note®
Lv. Vancouver 9 p.m
1   24
July
24
1   25
July
28
26
Aug.
4
27
Aug
7
28
Aug
14
29
Aug
18
30
Aug
25
31
Aug.
28
"  Alert Bay ....a.m,
J 25
J 29
5
1   8
1  15
19
1  26
1  29
"  Pr. Rupert....a.m
"  Ketchikan  ..p.m
1 26
30
6
1   9
16
20
27
30
"  Wrangell ....a.m.
"  Juneau  p.m.
1 27
1 31
7
10
17
21
28
31
At. Skagway ....a.m.
| 28
Aug.
I   1
1   8
1 U
18
I  22
1 29
Sept.
1   1
Lv. Skagway  ....p.m.
1 29
2
1   9
12
19
23
30
2
"  Juneau  a.m.
"  Wrangell ....p.m.
1 30
3
10
13
20
24
31
3
"  Ketchikan  ..a.m.
"  Pr. Rupert....p.m.
31
4
11
14
21
25
Sept.
1
4
"  Alert Bay ....p.m.
Aug.
1
5
12
15
22
26
2
5
Ar. Vancouver ..a.m.
Ar. Victoria 1    See
Ar. Seattle   J NoteO
2
6
13
16
23
27
3
6
PORTS OF CALL
Sailing No. m-^
©
1   •*
IRS
32
s
ft*
32a
©
A
33
fiii
33a
•
ff o
Piri
F     ©
A
©
a
fid
©
a
fill
Lv. Seattle   (    See
Lv. Victoria J NoteO
Lv. Vancouver 9 p.m.
Sept.
4
Sept.
8
Sept.
15   1
Sept.
18
Sept.
28  j
35
Oct.
9
36
Oct.
20
37
Oct.
30
"  Alert Bay ....a.m.
5
9
16
19   j
29   1
10
21
31
£  Pr. Rupert....a.m.
Ketchikan  ..p.m.
6
10
17
20
30   1
11
22
Nov.
1
"   Wrangell ....a.m.
Juneau  p.m.
7
11      18  j
21  1
Oct.
1
12
23
2
Ar. Skagway  ....a.m.
8
12
19
22   1
2
13   1
24
3
Lv. Skagway  ....p.m.
9
13
20   1
23  1
3
14   1
25   1
4
**   Juneau  a.m.
"   Wrangell ....p.m.
10   j
14
21
24
4    ]
15   1
26
5
"   Ketchikan  ..a.m.
"   Pr. Rupert....p.m.
11   1
15
22
25   1
5    1
16   1
21
6
"  Alert Bay ....p.m.
12   1
16
23
26
6
17   1
18
28   1
7
Ar. Vancouver ..a.m.
Ar. Victoria^    See
Ar. Seattle   f Note©
13
17
24
27
7
29
8
advertised date. "6 t0 ar"Ve ln Ska«way a»>out 8:00 a.m. on
„„ iS£?rt?boun,d Passengers from Seattle or Victoria mav le„„_
le°a°tur- ^^^t^^^l^J^^^^^
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
P q ^C0nnoeStin§r+with a11 Canadian Pacific Railway Comnanv m n
the ^weekly train service maintained during- the balance Of
DawfonnandeM_.yeo.at  I*Mt twi°e a  week  bet^ Whitehorse,
 CANADIAN PACIFIC B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICES
FALL AND WINTER SCHEDULES - 1941 k  1942
(Please note important changes)
Schedules of our B. C. Coast Services, as shown on Page 48, also in other tables of
Folder A (June 29 issue), will be changed, effective September 2, 1941.
Pending distribution of new issue of Folder A, am showing below particulars of the
Triangle Service between VANCOUVER - VICTORIA - SEATTLE, and the overnight service
between VANCOUVER and VICTORIA* Please consult us for details for other B.C.C.S.S.
Services.
ALL TIMES SHOWN ARE "PACIFIC STANDARD"
TRIANGLE SERVICE
IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER 2 TO SEPTEMBER 27 INCLUSIVE
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar* Seattle
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Vancouver
10:30 a.m.
3:45 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
»:o
0
•m.
11:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
Lv. Seattle
Ar* Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Seattle
9:00 a.m.
1:15 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
6:40 p.m.
10:50 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER 28 TO OCTOBER 31 INCLUSIVE
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Vancouver
10:30 a.m.
3:45 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:50 p.m.
TTiBo^r7.mT"
8:00 a.m.
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Seattle
8:30 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:45 p.m.
6:40 p.m.
10:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m.
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 1 FOR WINTER MONTHS (SUBJECT TO CHANGE AFTER MARCH 15, 1942)
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
10:30 a.m.
3:45 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:50 p.n.
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
7:20 a.m.
12:35 p.m.
1:20 p.m.
6:40 p.m.
Night service between Vancouver and Seattle temporarily withdrawn, beginning November 1st.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA NIGHT SERVICE
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
11:00 p.m.
6:00 a.m.
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
11:00 p.m.
6:00 a.m.
Thanking you for your continued cooperation, I am
Very/truly yours,
/tmtJi,
EAK.H
Phila.,  Pa.  - 8/29/41  - 415
GENERAL AGENT.
>C1
CANADIAN        PACIFIC
444  Seventh Ave.
Pittsburgh,  Pa.
1500 Walnut St.  Bldg,
Philadelphia,  Pa.

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