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 VANCOUVER-POWELL RIVER
COMOX ROUTE
Corrected to July 7, 1923
Ports of Call
LV. VANCOUVER
Ar. Powell River ..
Lv. Powell River ..
Ar. Union Bay 	
JAr. Comox   	
Lv. Comox	
Ar. Powell River ..
Lv. Powell River ..
AR. VANCOUVER
LV. VANCOUVER
Ar. Powell River ..
Lv. Powell River ..
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Deep   Bayf	
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union  Bay  	
Lv. Union  Bay  	
Ar. Comox   	
Lv. Comox   	
Ar. Powell River .:.
Lv. Powell River ...
AR. VANCOUVER
Day of Week Time
Tuesday    11.45 p.m.
Wednesday ..... 6.00 a.m.
Wednesday .... 7.00 a.m.
Wednesday .... 9.00 a.m.
Wednesday....about noon
Wednesday .... 1.00 p.m.
Wednesday .... 3.00 p.m.
Wednesday ....10.00 p.m.
Thursday   5.30 a.m.
Thursday 11.45 p.m.
Friday     6.00 a.m.
Friday     7.00 a.m.
Friday  a.m.
Friday  a.m.
(Boat Landing)
Friday     9.00 a.m.
Friday     9.30 a.m.
Friday   11.00 a.m.
Friday   11.45 a.m.
Friday     1.00 p.m.
Friday    3.00 p.m.
Friday   10.00 p.m.
Saturday   5.30 a.m.
f If business offers.
VANCOUVER - UNION
ROUTE
BAY
LV. VANCOUVER Saturday    3.30 p.m.
AR. UNION BAY    Saturday    9.30 p.m.
AR. COMOX:]:       Saturday    p.m.
i The time of arrival at Comox is someAvhat uncertain,
depending upon the quantity of freight to be discharged
at Union Bay.
VANCOUVER-POWELL  RIVER
ROUTE
S.S.   PRINCESS   PATRICIA
LV. VANCOUVER Sunday   9.00 a.m.
Ar. Powell River     Sunday  1.30 p.m.
Lv. Powell River     Sunday  4.00 p.m.
AR. VANCOUVER     Sunday   8.30 p.m.
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.
GULF ISLANDS ROUTE
STEAMER '/ISLAND PRINCESS"
Vancouver to Gulf Islands—7 a.m. Tuesday and Friday.
Victoria to Gulf Islands — 7.15 a.m.  Monday,, Wednesday,
Thursday, Saturday.
MONDAY
THURSDAY
Lv.
VICTORIA ...7.15 a.m.
Lv.
VICTORIA ....7.15 a.m.
Ar.
James Island*   (C X L)
Ar.
James Island*   (CXL)
"
Fulford Harbor
44
Beaver Point
(Salt  Spring Island)
ii
Ganges  Harbor
ti
Ganges  Harbor
(Salt  Spring Island)
(Salt  Spring  Island)
44
Saturna Island
u
Port  Washington
ii
Hope Bay
(Pender  Island)
(Pender Island)
tt
Hope Bay
ti
Mayne Island
(Pender Island)
ii
Galiano Island
t«
Mayne Island
ii
Vancouver
"
Galiano   Island
**
Vancouver  (Evening)
TUESDAY
FRIDAY
Lv.
VANCOUVER ....7 a.m.
Lv.
VANCOUVER .. .7 a.m.
Ar.
Galiano Island
Ar.
Porlier Pass
"
Mayne Island
(Shaw's   Landing)
••
Hope Bay
"
Retreat Cove
(Pender  Island)
ii
Fernwood
it
Port Washington
ii
Mayne Island
"
Ganges Harbor
it
Port  Washington
(Salt Spring Island)
(Pender Island)
ii
Fulford Harbor
it
Ganges Harbor
(Salt  Spring Island)
(Salt Spring Island)
it
Beaver Point
ii
Fulford Harbor
ii
James Island*  (CXL)
(Salt  Spring Island)
ii
Victoria   (Evening)
ii
Victoria
WEDNESDAY
SATURDAY
Lv.
VICTORIA ....7.15 a.m.
Lv.
VICTORIA ...7.15 a.m.
Ar.
James Island*   (CXL)
Ar.
South Pender
44
Moresby Island
ii
Saturna Island
ii
Beaver Point
ii
Hope Bay
(Salt Spring Island)
(Pender Island)
ii
Cuicheon Cove
44
Mayne Island
ii
Ganges Harbor
it
Galiano Island
ii
Galiano Island
ii
Ganges Harbor
44
Mayne Island
(Salt  Spring Island)
44
Hope Bay
it
Beaver Point
(Pender  Island)
ii
Moresby Island
ii
Saturna Island
44
James Island
ii
South Pender
(Village Wharf)
ii
Victoria   (Evening)
ii
Victoria   (Evening)
*CXL=Canadian Explosives Ltd. Wharf.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible, but exact time of arrival and departure at intermediate
ports cannot be given.
AUTOMOBILE  RATES  AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding
valid passenger ticket, passenger automobiles, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration purposes, will
be handled as Baggage Traffic between the folloAving
ports at rates  shown:
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT   (Axle to Axle)
,.    . From From
BETWEEN -,nci° 105 to 115 to Over
■nni„cE«      115 in. 125 in.      125 in.
inclus,ve    inclusive inclusive
Victoria and Seattle  $5.00     $6.00     $6.50     $7.00
Victoria and Vancouver  .... 5.00        6.00        6.50        7.00
Vancouver and Seattle   6.00        7.00        7.50        8.00
(Direct or via Victoria)
Vancouver and Nanaimo .... 4.50        5.50        6.00        6.50
Vancouver and Union Bay
or Comox (via Powell R.) 5.00 6.00 6.50 7.00
Nanaimo   and   Union   Bay
or Comox   4.50        5.50        6.00        6.50
Comox  or  Union  Bay   and
Powell River   4.50        5.50        6.00        6.50
Vancouver   and   Powell   R. 4.50        5.50        6.00        6.50
Bellingham and Sidney   4.00        5.00        5.50        6.00
Bellingham and Sidney   7.00        8.00        8.50        9.00
(return direct)
Circuit Tour, Bellingham to
Sidney,     returning     Nanaimo   to   Vancouver, or
reverse of this route   8.00        9.00        9.50      10.00
Nanaimo      to     Vancouver,
returning  Bellingham   to
Sidney, or reverse of this
route   8.00        9.00        9.50      10.00
Vancouver or Victoria and
Gulf Islands ports   4.50        5.50        6.00        6.50
Charge for MOTORCYCLES between above ports is
$1.00, or with side-seat, $2.00.
The Company will not be responsible for articles or
attachments left in cars.
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES
Ft.       In. Ft. In.
Princess   Louise   ..7      11     Princess   Royal   ....    5 6
Princess Charlotte    6      10     Princess  Mary       6 8
Princess Victoria ..6        6     Princess Patricia ~    6 0
Princess   Adelaide     7        3     Princess Beatrice ..5 0
Princess Alice       6       0     Charmer      7 2
S.S. Motor Princess has clearance for any type of car.
CANADIAN AND  UNITED  STATES  CUSTOMS
REQUIREMENTS
Automobiles will not be permitted to cross the border if passenger cannot show the registration number of the car, also the maker's
name.
If the automobile is to remain in Canada or the United States
less than thirty days a touring permit is obtainable from the Customs Officer at the port of entry, allowing the car to be run for
one month without securing a Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than a thirty-day stay is planned in Canada, a Customs
bord, valid for six months, must be obtained, with a Twenty-five
Dollar ($25) cash deposit, guaranteeing the re-exportation of the car
within that period, and Canadian registration must be effected and
licence obtained. In the case of Canadian cars remaining in the
United States more than thirty days, owner must furnish a six
months' bond, or deposit the total amount of the duty with the
United States Customs Officer at port of entry.
In order to bring the car back into the United States or Canada,
duty free on the return journey, it must be registered with the Customs Officer at the International border when leaving the United
States or Canada, and a certificate of export obtained. Owners of
Canadian cars entering Seattle by steamer should obtain a permit
from the Canadian Customs at Vancouver or Victoria.
LIST  OF   STEAMSHIPS
Seating
J Capacity
No. of in
Gross    Passenger    No. of       State    Dining-
Name of Steamer       Tonnage   Capacity      Beds       rooms      room
;* rrincess   Louise    .  4200 1200 260 134 140
$*rrincess Charlotte       3843 1200 262 131 127
$* Princess    Victoria        1943 ^1000 152 78 90
J*Princess   Adelaide       3060 1200 222 113 100
J*Princess Alice        3099 1200 222 113 100
J*Princess Mary       2155 500 160 82 64
♦Princess   Royal        1996 400 164 82 84
* Princess   Beatrice       1289 350 77 39 50
f* Princess  Patricia       1157 500 Nil Nil 80
$*Princess Maquinna   ...   1776 400 108 54 65
Charmer        1044 300 79 41 37
• Tees           679 175 52 22 26
X Island   Princess         203 60 3 2 18
Otter          365 50 16 8               12
•Princess Ena    1368 5 2 14
Nanoose     • . . •     305 12 2 1                  4
Qualicum          200 13 . . . .                  4
Nitinat           332 16 4 3                 4
Dola    ...175 14 .. ..                  4
Motor Princess  (new). . 300 .J. -j 35
* Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. $ Steamers marked thus
bum fuel oil. Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria and Princess
Mary are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine screw.
All other ships are single screw.
TICKET AGENCIES
Los Angeles, Cal W. Mcllroy, Gen. Agt.,
605 So. Spring St.
San Francisco, Oal F. L. Nason, Gen. Agt.,
675 Market St.
Portland, Ore.  W. H. Deacon, 55 Third Street.,
Tacoma, Wash D. C. G'Keefei, C. P. A.,
1113 Pacific Ave.
{E. F. L. Sturdee, Gen. Agt. \       608
Seattle, Wash { J. T. Haggiii, C. T. A. / 2nd Ave.
|^A. M. Anderson, Coleman Dock.
Bellingham, Wash S. B. Freeman, City Pass. Agent,
Hotel Henry
Victoria, B. C L. D. Chetliam, City Pass. Agent,
1102 Government St.
" «      H. S. Howard, Agt.,  C.P.R. Wharf
Nanaimo, B. C W. McGirr, City Ticket Agent,
173 Commercial St.
" "      Geo. Brown, Agent, C.P.R. Wharf
Vancouver, B.C F. H. Daly, City Passenger Agent,
434 Hastings St. W.
" "      C. Millard, Ticket Agent,
O. P. R. Depot
" "      W. S. Stewart, Ticket Agent,
Hotel Vancouver
" "      S. G. Lemmon, Wharf Ticket Agent
New Westminster, B.C.. Ed. Gonlet, Agent, C. P. R. Station
Prince Rupert, B. C W. C. Orchard General Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska  F. E. Ryus...'. Ticket Agent
Juneau, Alaska  .J.   L.   McGloskey Agent
Skagway,  Alaska   L. H. Johnston Agent
C. H. BOWES, W.   H.  SNELL,
Asst. Gen'l Pass'r Agent, Gen'l Pass'r Agent
Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver, B. C. {
8420
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
RAILWAY  COMPANY
BRITISH  COLUMBIA COAST
STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
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(CANADIAN/
\PACIFIC/
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ALL SCHEDULES ON STANDARD TIME
ROUTES
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER -NANAIMO
BELLINGHAM - SIDNEY
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
VANCOUVER-OCEAN   FALLS-PRINCE   RUPERT
WEST   COAST  VANCOUVER   ISLAND
GULF  ISLANDS
C. H. BOWES
Asst. Gen'l Pass'r Agent
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
c. e. Mcpherson
Asst. Passenger Traffic Manager
WINNIPEG,  MAN.
W.  H.  SNELL
General Passenger Agent
VANCOUVER, B.C.
J.   W.   TROUP
Manager B. C. Coast Service
VICTORIA, B. C.
Corrected to July 7, 1923
 ■
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA -
SEATTLE
DOUBLE  "TRIANGLE"   ROUTE
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA - SEATTLE
Read Down Read Up
Daily
10.30 a.m.
3.00 p.m.
4.30 p.m.
9.30 p.m.
Daily
11.00 p.m.
8.00 a.m.
Lv. Vancouver Ar.
Ar. Victoria Lv.
Lv. Victoria Ar.
Ar.     Seattle    Lv.
Daily
7.00 p.m.
2.15 p.m.
1.15 p.m.
9.00 a.m.
Daily
8.00 a.m.
11.30 p.m.
SEATTLE - VICTORIA - VANCOUVER
Read Down Read Up
Daily
9.00 a.m.
1.15 p.m.
2.15 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
Daily
11.30 p.m.
8.00 a.m.
Lv.     Seattle
Ar.   Victoria   Lv.
Lv.   Victoria   Ar.
Daily
Ar.|    9.30 p.m.
4.30 p.m.
3.00 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver Lv.l 10.30 a.m.
Daily
8.00 a.m.
11.00 p.m.
Day steamers leaving Vancouver at 10.30 a.m. and Seattle
at 9.00 a.m. run via Victoria. Night steamers leaving Vancouver at 11.00 p.m. and Seattle at 11.30 p.m. run direct.
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
Read Down
Read Up
Daily
10.30 a.m.
3.00 p.m.
Daily
11.45 p.m.
7.00 a.m.
Lv. Vancouver Ar.
Ar.    Victoria   Lv.
Daily
7.00 p.m.
2.15 p.m.
Daily
7.00 a.m.
11.45 p.m.
BELLINGHAM - VICTORIA
VIA  SIDNEY
AUTO  FERRY  SERVICE
NEW S.S.   MOTOR  PRINCESS
Handling Passenger Automobiles of any size.
Read Down
Read Down
Daily
Daily
Lv. Bellingham   . .   7.00 a.m.
Lv. Bellingham   . .   2.30 p.m.
Ar. Sidney    10.20 a.m.
Ar. Sidney    5.50 p.m.
Lv. Sidney    10.45 a.m.
Lv. Sidney   .....   6.10 p.m.
Ar. Bellingham   . .   2.00 p.m.
Ar. Bellingham   . .   9.30 p.m.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
S.S.   PRINCESS   PATRICIA
Lv. Nanaimo   . . .   7.00 a.m.     Ar. Vancouver . .   9.15 a.m.
Daily ex. Sunday and Monday
Lv. Vancouver . . 10.00 a.m.     Ar. Nanaimo  . . . 12.15 p.m.
Daily ex. Sunday
Lv. Nanaimo   . . .   2.30 p.m.     Ar. Vancouver . .   4.45 p.m.
Daily ex. Sunday
Lv. Vancouver . .   5.45 p.m.     Ar. Nanaimo   . . .   8.00 p.m.
Daily ex. Saturday and Sunday
S.S.   CHARMER
Lv. Nanaimo   . . .   7.00 a.m.     Ar. Vancouver . . 10.00 a.m.
Mondays only
Lv. Nanaimo   . . .   8.00 a.m.      Ar. Vancouver . .11.00 a.m.
Sundays only
Lv. Vancouver . .   1.00 p.m.     Ar. Nanaimo   . . .   4.00 p.m.
Daily
Lv. Nanaimo   . . .   5.00 p.m.     Ar. Vancouver . .   8.00 p.m.
Daily
Lv. Vancouver . .   9.00 p.m.     Ar. Nanaimo  . . . 12.00 mdt.
Saturdays and Sundays only
AUTOMOBILES—S.S. "Princess Patricia" has clearance
for automobiles up to 6 feet in height; S.S. "Charmer,"
7 feet 2 inches.
ALASKA ROUTE
VICTORIA VANCOUVER PRINCE  RUPERT
KETCHIKAN WRANGELL       JUNEAU       SKAGWAY
SUMMER  SCHEDULE
1923
Sailings   from   VICTORIA   at   11   p.m.    and   from
VANCOUVER at 9 p.m. as per following schedule:
PORTS OF CALL   Louise A|ic; Louise Alice Charlotte
June July July July July
Lv. Victoria -■11 p.m.    29 3     10 13 17
Lv. Seattle     30 4 11 14 18
Lv. Vancouver....9 p.m.    30 4 11 14 18
"    Alert Bay   July 1 5 12 15 19
" fPrince Rupert        2 6 13 16 20
"    Ketchikan        2 6 13 16 20
"    Wrangell        3 7 14 17 21
"    Juneau        3 7 14 17 21
Ar. Skagway       4 8 15 18 22
Lv. Skagway....* 7 p.m. 5 9 16 19 23
44    Juneau   6 10 17 20 24
"    Wrangell   6 10 17 20 24
"    Ketchikan   7 11 18 21 25
" fPrince Rupert   7 11 18 21 25
"    Alert Bay   8 12 19 22 26
Ar. Vancouver     9 13_ 20 23 27
Ar. Seattle     9 13 20 23 27
Ar. Victoria  9 13 20 23 27
Note: Commencing June 6, steamers will leave Skagway southbound on day following day of arrival.
* Alaska time—one hour slower than Pacific time.
fSteamers will sail from Prince Rupert northbound at 12 noon,
and southbound at 6 p.m., on advertised date, effective June 11.
Passengers may leave Seattle on morning of day of sailing from
Vancouver or on night steamer previous evening.
Southbound, Alaska steamers conneet at Vancouver with local
steamers leaving in the morning or evening for Seattle.
Steamers call at Taku Glacier northbound on trips leaving
Victoria June  8 to  August  24 inclusive.
The times and dates of arrival and departure at intermediate
ports and terminals are subject to tidal and weather conditions and
to  change without  notice.
ALASKA ROUTE
VICTORIA VANCOUVER PRINCE RUPERT
KETCHIKAN        WRANGELL        JUNEAU        SKAGWAY
SUMMER  SCHEDULE
1923
Sailings    from    VICTORIA    at    11    p.m.    and    from
VANCOUVER at 9 p.m. as per following schedule:
'""" PT Pr. Pr. Pr. Pr.
PORTS  OF CALL   Louise       Alice       Louise       Alice       Louise
July July July Aug. Aug.
Lv. Victoria . .11 p.m. 20 24 31 3 10
Lv. Seattle     21 25 Aug. 1 4 11
Lv. Vancouver....9 p.m. 21 25 I 4 11
44    Alert Bay  22 26 2 5 12
" fPrince Rupert   23 27 3 6 13
"    Ketchikan   23 27 3 6 13
44    Wrangell   24 28 4 7 14
"    Juneau   24 28 4 7 14
Ar. Skagway   25 29 5 8 15
Lv.  Skagway....* 7 p.m. 26 30 6 9 16
"    Juneau   27 31 7 10 17
44    Wrangell   27 31 7 10 17
"    Ketchikan   28 Aug. 1 8 11 18
" fPrince Rupert   28 1 8 11 18
"    Alert Bay   29 2 9 12 19
Ar. Vancouver  30 3 10 13 20
Ar. Seattle    1. 30 3 10 13 20
Ar. Victoria  30 3 10 13 20
PORTS OF CALL     ^ J^ Afc ^
Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.
Lv. Victoria   ....11   p.m. 14 21 24 31
Lv. Seattle     15 22 25 Sept. 1
Lv. Vancouver....9   p.m. 15 22 25 1
"    Alert Bay  16 23 26 2
" fPrince Rupert   17 24 27 3
"    Ketchikan    17 24 27 3
"    Wrangell     18 25 28 4
"    Juneau     18 25 28 4
Ar. Skagway      19 26 29 5^
Lv. Skagway....*7   p.m. 20 27 30 6
"    Juneau     21 28 31 7
"    Wrangell     21 28 31 7
"    Ketchikan     22 29     Sept. 1 8
" fPrince Rupert    22 29 1 8
44    Alert Bay     23 30 2 9
Ar. Vancouver   24 31 3 10
Ar. Seattle    ~.~... 24 31 3 10~~
Ar. Victoria     24 31 3~ Io"
Note: Steamers will leave Skagway southbound on day following
day of arrival.
* Alaska time—one hour slower than Pacific time.
fSteamers will sail from Prince Rupert northbound at 12 noon,
and southbound at 6 p.m., on advertised date, effective June 11.
Passengers may leave Seattle on morning of day of sailing from
Vancouver or on night steamer previous evening.
Southbound, Alaska steamers connect at* Vancouver with local
steamers leaving in the morning or evening for Seattle.
Steamers call at Taku Glacier northbound on trips leaving
Victoria June 8 to August 24 inclusive.
The times and dates of arrival and departure at intermediate
ports and terminals are subject to tidal and weather conditions and
to change without notice.
VANCOUVER-OCEAN FALLS
PRINCE RUPERT
AND   INTERMEDIATE   PORTS
S.S. "PRINCESS  BEATRICE'
NORTHBOUND
(Read Down)
SOUTHBOUND
(Read Up)
Wednesday 9 p.m.Lv    VANCOUVER   	
Thursday   a.m. "    .... Campbell River ....
44  p.m. 4<     Alert Bay	
44  p.m. " f  Hardy Bay 	
44  p.m. 44 f    Namu  	
Friday  a.m. "       Ocean Falls  	
44       a.m. 44    ....East Bella Bella....
44       p.m. 44      Swanson Bay 	
44       p.m. 4<      Butedale 	
Saturday    a.m. 44 fSkeena River  Can'rs
Saturday    p.m.Ar PRINCE RUPERT...
Ar.Tuesday ....a.m.
4 Monday ....p.m.
4 Monday ....a.m.
4 Monday ....a.m.
4 Sunday ....p.m.
4i        ....a.m.
"fDoes not call.
Lv. Saturday Jp.m.
^Sailing hour from Prince Rupert will not be earlier than
1 p.m.
The times and dates of arrival and departure at intermediate ports and terminals are subject to tidal and weather
conditions and to change without notice.
fSteamer will call at Hardy Bay, Namu and Skeena River
Canneries, Carlisle, Claxton, Balmoral, Inverness, Oceanic
and Port Edward if business offers. Call at Skeena River
Canneries will be made either before or after arrival at
Prince Rupert,  according to tidal conditions.
WEST COAST VANCOUVER
ISLAND ROUTE
VICTORIA-NOOTKA-PORT   ALICE
AND   WAY   PORTS
Steamer leaves VICTORIA 11.00 p.m. on 1st, 10th and
20th OF EACH MONTH for PORT ALICE and way ports as
per following schedule:
Read Down
1st
10th
20th
2
11
21
2
—
21
2
11
21
2
11
21
2
11
21
2
11
21
2
11
21
2
11
21
2
—
21
2
11
21
3
12
22
3
12
22
3
12
22
3
12
22
3
12
22
3
—
22
3
12
22
—
—
22
4
12
23
4
—
23
4
—
23
4
13
23
4
—
23
4
13
23
PORTS OF CALL
Read
Up
Lv.   11  p.m VICTORIA Ar.
7th
15th
26th
44    .
   Port Renfrew       44
7
15
26
44 f-
   Carmanah      44
7
—
26
" t-
  Clo-oose      44
7
15
26
t*
  Banfield      44
7
15
26
tt *
  San Mateo     44
7
15
26
tt
Uchucklesit  (Kildonan) ..    44
6
15
25
tt
  Port Alberni      44
6
15
25
it *
 Ecoole      44
6
15
25
tt *
    Sechart        44
6
—
25
a
  Ucluelet      44
6
15
25
tt
  Tofino      44
6
14
25
44    .
    Clayoquot       44
6
14
25
44 f Christie's School  (Kakawis)   44
6
14
25
a
  Ahousat      44
6
14
25
a
  Sydney Inlet      44
6
14
25
44 f-
  Hesquiat     44
6
25
a
  Nootka Cannery      *4
5
14
24
" t-
   Centre Island       "
—
—
24
44    Kyuquot   Whaling   Station    44
(Cachelot)
5
14
24
" t-
  Kyuquot Village      44
5
14
24
a «
....   Quatsino  Cannery        "
5
—
24
*4    .
  Quatsino Village      44
5
—
24
n *
  Jeune Landing      44
5
14
24
Ar	
   PORT   ALICE    Lv
5
14
24
NOTE:—WHERE NO DATE IS SHOWN STEAMER DOES
NOT  CALL.
fBoat landing.
*Flag call.
The times of arrival and departure at intermediate ports and
terminals will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject
to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.

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