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The Perfect
Holiday Land
ON A SUNNY INLAND SEA
Newcastle Island, situated so conveniently on the north side of
Nanaimo harbour, is a veritable
paradise for all who seek a real
holiday. You reach it after a
delightful two and a half hour
voyage from Vancouver, aboard
a luxurious Canadian Pacific
Steamship and all facilities
await you to make your holiday
one to be remembered. At Newcastle there is a spacious pavilion
for dancing, meals or refreshments, as well as picturesque
playgrounds with covered tables,
beautiful sandy bathing beaches,
outdoor fresh water wading pool,
large athletic grounds and a host
of other surprises.
Come to Newcastle Island this
year. Assuredly you'll want to
return again and again.
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FRCIFIC
.
 FACILITIES ON
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
Grounds—There are two sports grounds, one North of
the Pavilion, 500x250 feet, with bleachers accommodating about 500 people, with running track 135 yards
long and 35 feet wide. The other ground is South of
the Pavilion and adjacent to the Wharf.
Pavilion—A large Pavilion with Dance floor 40'x80',
Soda Fountain and Cafe.
Picnic Tables—Numerous covered picnic tables with
a capacity for approximately 1,500 people.
Field Kitchens—Three in number, with sinks and an
abundant supply of hot water.
Bathing Facilities — A Public Bathhouse, with 24
cubicles, for men and women.
Beaches—The Children's Beach is adjacent to the Bathhouse, with other Beaches located at various spots
around the Island.
Swimming Area—A large swimming area enclosed by
the wharf and swimming floats, with high and low
diving boards.
Showers are located near the float and in the Public
Bathhouse.
Bathing Suits and Towels may be rented on board the
Princess Victoria berthed on the North side of the Dock.
Trails—Many lovely trails have been made throughout
the Island which can be easily traced out through reference to the map page.
Open-Air Checkerboard — A large open-air Checkerboard located near the Pavilion—free of charge.
Shuffleboard — Two concrete Shuffleboards, 6'x6', in
front of the Pavilion, for which a charge of 10c per
cue per hour is made.
Open-air Fireplace—There is a large Open-Air Fireplace between the Wharf and the Bathhouse for use of
the guests on board the SS. Princess Victoria during
the evenings.
Children's Recreation Facilities — Numerous Swings,
both large and small, and a Concrete Wading Pool
located near the Pavilion and Picnic tables.
 KEY:
A - PAVILION DANCE HALL
B - PAVILION LUNCH COUNTER &
RESTAURANT
C - SOCCER FIELD
D - BLEACHERS
E - LOWER PLAYING FIELD
F - BAND STAND
G -OPEN-AIR CHECKER BOARD
H - HORSE SHOE PITCH
I -  SWINGS
J - PUBLIC BATH HOUSE
K - WADING POOL
L - FIELD KITCHENS & PICNIC TABLES
Nl - MINE VENTILATION SHAFT
N - KANAKA BAY
0 - ECHO BAY
P - DIVING & LAUNCH FLOAT
Q - FLOAT
R - PRINCESS VICTORIA
S - SWIMMING AREA
T - WHARF
U - FRESH WATER LAKE
TRAILS
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IDEAL for DAY TRIPS or
a MONTH'S VACATION
SAFE BEACH
FOR KIDDIES
Newcastle Island may be
truly called the Kiddies'
Paradise. Scores of attractions make it so — wide,
sandy beaches, enclosed wading pool, swings and swinging
chairs—just about everything
the kiddies could wish for in
the making of a jolly holiday.
Newcastle has all required facilities to ensure the
success of the smallest party or the largest picnic—
field kitchens with brick stoves, spacious sinks with
liberal hot water supply, picnic tables for everyone,
placed to command a beautiful view of the Gulf.
Add to all this the spacious Pavilion, with its huge
Dance Floor, Lunch Room, Soda Fountain and attractive Verandah Restaurant, where two hundred and fifty
people may be served at one time, an outdoor checkerboard, concrete shuffle-boards, a Japanese Tea Garden
under big umbrellas on the lawn and you have some
conception of the wonderful outing ahead of you.
By all means, see Newcastle Island this year.
Rates are exceptionally low.
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 LIVE ABOARD THE
SPLENDID PRINCESS
VICTORIA	
For as little as $7.50 per week.
per  room, accommodating   two  persons
This is a made-to-order vacation for those who are looking for
the maximum of enjoyment and comfort at a minimum cost.
The popular Princess Victoria has been reconditioned for this
purpose. You may have a two-berth upper-deck room for as
little as $7.50 per week, including towels, bedding and running
water. Meals may be secured at the Pavilion Verandah Restaurant at moderate rates, or the facilities of the ship's galley
are at the disposal of those who wish to prepare their own
meals. Provisions may be brought with you or purchased at
the Pavilion and kept in lockers provided for each party.
Pleasant and comfortable lounges are for the use of the ship's
tenants. The spacious dining-room is also at your disposal.
You have your own bath-house aboard ship and the ballroom
is always available for dancing.
A Stewardess will be in charge of the Princess Victoria who
will assist in any way possible, and a Social Hostess will be in
attendance to look after the comforts and entertainment of
the guests. Literally everything is offered to make this the
perfect vacation. There will be fishing . . . swimming . . .
dancing . . . boating . . . hiking. A short ten-minute ferry
ride and you are in the city of Nanaimo with plenty of
opportunity for a wide diversion of pleasure on beautiful
Vancouver  Island.
It's an ideal vacation for those whose holiday period is limited,
and it is equally suitable for those who wish to maintain a
moderate budget.
Arrange your holiday with a friend and reserve a two-berth
room or, if you desire, reserve an individual room.
Families of more than two may occupy adjoining staterooms
for the number of persons required.
Accommodations  will  be   available  on  the  Princess
Victoria between  the following dates:   June  22   to
July   14  inclusive,   and  August  4   to  September  2
inclusive.
Make your reservations early with
General Passenger Agent,
^Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, B.C.,
Trin. 1151.
 VANCOUVER TO
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
DAILY SERVICE
S* S. PRINCESS ELIZABETH
S. S. PRINCESS ELAINE
LEAVES VANCOUVER
Daily except Sunday  9.15 a.m.
Sunday only  9.30 a.m.
Sunday only   1.00 p.m.
LEAVES NEWCASTLE ISLAND
Daily except Sunday (via Nanaimo)  6.30 p.m.
Sunday only (direct).....—..  6.00 p.m.
Sunday only (via Nanaimo)  6.30 p.m.
PASSENGER FARES
Special One-Day Round Trip ....$1.35
Round Trip Week-End, good going Saturday or
Sunday, returning following Monday   1.75
Round Trip, limited to 30 days  2.70
FERRY SERVICE BETWEEN NEWCASTLE
ISLAND AND NANAIMO
An excellent ferry plies regularly between Newcastle
Island and Nanaimo hourly, 9,00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Extra service during the busy hours of the day.
Ferry leaves from Canadian Pacific Pier, Nanaimo.
Return fare: 25c adults; 15c children.
Special arrangements can be
made for large organized picnics
for whom splendid facilities are
provided. ~
For further information apply to
nearest Canadian Pacific Agent,
or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER
AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, B. C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
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NEWCASTLE
ISLAND
PACIFIC
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
1938
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NEWCASTLE
ISLAND
IN a brief few years Newcastle
Island has become British Columbia's favourite outing spot.
Hemmed in by wooded Islets,
ringed by the mountains of Vancouver Island, Newcastle Island
lies in a scene of matchless beauty;
sheltered, yet sunny, its waters are
sun-warmed and invigorating.
By speedy, comfortable "Princess"
ships of Canadian Pacific B. C.
Coast Service, this island beauty
spot lies but a scant two hours from
Vancouver and is easily accessible
from Vancouver Island through
Nanaimo, a quarter of a mile distant.
The rallying ground of picnickers
from Vancouver Island and the
mainland, they meet at Newcastle
on common ground, to fish, swim,
hike, play ball, chat and loaf.
Cares of the business world evaporate in Newcastle's sprightly sunshine, and headaches engendered
by weeks of the office grind are
blown helter-skelter by the salty
breer *d inshore from  the
Gulf of Georgia.
 Facilities on
Newcastle Island
GROUNDS—There are two sports grounds, No. 1
North of the Pavilion, 500x250 feet, with bleachers
accommodating about 500 people, with running track
135 yards long and 35 feet wide. No. 2 is South, of
the Pavilion and adjacent to the Wharf. The latter has
been greatly improved since last year.
PAVILION—A large Pavilion with Dance floor 40x80'.
Soda Fountain and Cafe.
PICNIC TABLES—Numerous covered picnic tables
with a capacity for approximately 2,500 people.
FIELD KITCHENS—Three in number, with sinks and
an abundant supply of hot water.
BATHING FACILITIES—A Public Bathhouse, with
cubicles, for men and women, and lockers for your
clothes.
BEACHES—The Children's Beach is adjacent to the
Bathhouse, with other Beaches located at various spots
around the Island.
SWIMMING AREA—A large swimming area enclosed
by the wharf and swimming floats, with high and low
diving boards.
SHOWERS are located near the floats and in the Public
Bathhouse.
BATHING SUITS AND TOWELS may be rented at
the Bathhouse.
TRAILS—Many lovely trails have been made throughout the Island which can be easily traced out through
reference to the map page.
OPEN-AIR CHECKERBOARD — A large open air
checkerboard located near the Pavilion — Free of
charge.
SHUFFLEBOARD—Two concrete Shuffleboards, 6'x6',
in front of the Pavilion.
OPEN-AIR FIREPLACE—There is a large Open-air
Fireplace between the Wharf and the Bathhouse for
use of the guests during the evenings.
CHILDREN'S RECREATION FACILITIES—Numerous
Swings, both large and small, and a Concrete Wading
Pool located near the Pavilion and Picnic tables.
 Quite handy to the playground, too, is a fine
sandy beach where the
water is warm, shallow
and safe.
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Everything is made particularly
convenient for the picnicker: field
kitchens with brick stoves, spacious sinks, liberal hot water
supply for dish washing and a
battery of picnic tables under the
tall trees, commanding a view of
the Gulf.
There is a spacious layout in the Pavilion for guests who prefer
a prepared meal rather than a picnic hamper.
A delightful  feature  is  the  Japanese Tea  Garden  under the
big umbrellas on the lawn.
There are also boats for the hiring if the youngsters want to
do a little maritime exploring.
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
The Children's Paradise
ABETTER outing could not be
devised for the children than
a day at Newcastle Island. For the
Junior members of the family no
place offers quite so much fun
and enjoyment—and parents can
be assured of complete safety for
their charges at all times.
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Particularly popular with
the "Youngest Set" is the
playground with its concrete wading pool, swings,
teeter - totters, swinging
chairs and sand pile where
the kiddies can amuse
themselves by the hour.
 HARE'S PT.
KEY:-
A- Pavilion Dance Hall
- Pavilion  Lunch counter
& Restaurant
C- No. 1 Playing Field
D- Bleachers
E - No. 2 Playing Field
F - Band Stand
G- Open-air Checker Board
H- Horse Shoe Pitch
I - Swings
J - Public Bath House
K-Wading Pool
L - Field Kitchens & Picnic
Tables
Mine Ventilation shaft
P - Diving & Launch Float
Q- Float
R - Swimming Area
Wharf
Garage
Park Warden's
House
W- Old Quarries
X- First Aid
Cabin
 Vancouver to
Newcastle Island
DAILY SERVICE
JUNE 25 to SEPT. 5,1938
S.S. PRINCESS JOAN
S.S. PRINCESS ELIZABETH
S.S. PRINCESS ELAINE
Leaves Vancouver
Daily except Sunday  9:15a.m.
Sunday only  9:30 a.m.
Sunday only  1:00 p.m.
Leaves Newcastle Island
Daily except Sunday (via Nanaimo) 6:15 p.m.
Sunday only (direct)   6:30 p.m.
Sunday only (via Nanaimo)  6:45 p.m.
Passenger Fares
Special One-Day Round Trip $1.35
Ferry Service Between Newcastle Island
and Nanaimo
An excellent ferry plies regularly between
Newcastle Island and Nanaimo hourly, 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Extra service during busy hours of
the day.
Ferry leaves from
Canadian Pacific Pier, Nanaimo
Return fare, 25c adults; 15c children
Special arrangements can be made for large organized
picnics,for whom splendid facilities have been provided.
PACIFIC
2630
For further information apply to nearest
Canadian   Pacific Agent,  or write  to
G.BRUCE BURPEE
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver. B. C.
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
1940
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In a brief few years Newcastle Island
has become British Columbia's favourite outing spot. Hemmed in by wooded
Islets, ringed by the mountains of Vancouver Island, Newcastle Island lies in
a scene of matchless beauty; sheltered,
yet sunny, its waters are sun-warmed
and invigorating.
By speedy, comfortable "Princess" ships
of Canadian Pacific B. C. Coast Service,
this island beauty spot lies but a scant
two hours from Vancouver and is
easily accessible from Vancouver Island
through Nanaimo, a quarter of a mile
distant.
The rallying ground of picnickers from
Vancouver Island and the mainland,
they meet at Newcastle on common
ground, to fish, swim, hike, play ball,
chat and loaf.
Cares of the business world evaporate
in Newcastle's sprightly sunshine, and
headaches engendered by weeks of the
office grind are blown helter-skelter by
the salty breezes wafted inshore from
the Gulf of Georgia.
 FACILITIES
on Newcastle Island
GROUNDS—There are two sports grounds, No.
1, North of the Pavilion, 500x250 feet, with
bleachers accommodating about 500 people,
with running track 135 yards long and 3 5 feet
wide. No. 2 is South of the Pavilion and adjacent to the Wharf. The latter has been greatly
improved since last year.
PAVILION—A large Pavilion with Dance floor
40x80', Soda Fountain and Cafe.
PICNIC TABLES — Numerous covered picnic
tables with a capacity for approximately 3,500
people.
FIELD KITCHENS — Three in number, with
sinks and an abundant supply of hot water.
BATHING FACILITIES—A Public Bathhouse,
with cubicles, for men and women, and lockers
for your clothes.
BEACHES—The Children's Beach is adjacent to
the Bathhouse, with other Beaches located at
various spots around the Island.
SWIMMING AREA — A large swimming area
enclosed by the wharf and swimming floats,
with high and low diving boards.
SHOWERS are located near the floats and in
the Public Bathhouse.
BATHING SUITS AND TOWELS may be
rented at the Bathhouse.
TRAILS—Many lovely trails have been made
throughout the Island which can be easily
traced out through reference to the map page.
OPEN-AIR CHECKERBOARD—A large open-
air checkerboard located near the Pavilion —
Free of charge.
CHILDREN'S RECREATION FACILITIES —
Numerous Swings, both large and small, and a
Concrete Wading Pool located near the Pavilion
and Picnic tables.
Many lovely trails are to be found throughout the Island.
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-Hi
Grassy fields, shady trees and shallow bays abound.
 Newcastle Island
The Children s
Paradise ....
A better outing could not be devised for the
children than a day at Newcastle Island. For
the Junior members of the family no place offers
quite so much fun and enjoyment—and parents
can be assured of complete safety for their
charges at all times. Everything is made particularly convenient for the picnicker: field
kitchens with brick stoves, spacious sinks, liberal
hot water supply for dish washing and a battery
of picnic tables under the tall trees, commanding a view of the Gulf. There is a spacious layout in the Pavilion for guests who prefer a prepared meal rather than a picnic hamper. A
delightful feature is the Japanese Tea Garden
under  the  big  umbrellas  on  the  lawn.
Particularly popular
with the "Youngest
Set" is the playground
with its concrete wading pool, swings, teeter-
totters, swinging chairs
and sand pile where
the kiddies can amuse
themselves by the hour.
There are also boats
for the hiring if the
youngsters want to do
a little maritime exploring.
 KEY:
A. Pavilion
B. Tea Garden
C. Outdoor Checkerboard
D. Band Stand
Playing Fields
Horseshoe Pitch
Swings
Children's Playgrounds
Race Tracks
Roofed-over Picnic Tables
Wading Pool
Sand Pit
First-aid Station
High Swings in Trees
Bleachers
Swimmers' Float
Swimming Area
Wharf
Bath House
Children's Beach
Quarry
Park Warden's House
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 Vancouver to
Newcastle Island
DAILY SERVICE
June 22 to Sept. 2,1940
S.S. PRINCESS VICTORIA
S.S. PRINCESS JOAN
S.S. PRINCESS ELIZABETH
S.S. PRINCESS ELAINE
Leaves Vancouver
Daily except Sunday   8:30 a.m.
Sunday only  1   9:30 a.m.
Sunday only     1:00 p.m.
Leaves Newcastle Island
Daily except Sunday  (direct)   7:00 p.m.
Sunday only  (direct)   6:30 p.m.
Sunday only   (via Nanaimo)   6:45 p.m.
Passenger Fares
Special One-Day Round Trip $1.35
Ferry Service Between Newcastle Island
and Nanaimo
An excellent ferry plies regularly between
Newcastle Island and Nanaimo hourly, 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Extra service during busy hours
of the day.
Ferry leaves from
CANADIAN PACIFIC PIER, NANAIMO
RETURN FARE, 2 5c ADULTS; 15c CHILDREN
Special arrangements can be made for large organized picnics, for whom splendid facilities have been
provided.
CANADIAN,
PACIFIC
For   further   information   apply   to
nearest   Canadian  Pacific   Agent,   or
write to
G. BRUCE BURPEE
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific  Railway,
Vancouver, B.C.
PRINTED  IN CANADA
 Gome to-
NEWCASTLE
ISLAND
PACIFIC
CRNRDIPN
PRCIFIC
1939
 ISLAND
IN a brief few years Newcastle
Island has become British Columbia's   favourite   outing    spot.
Hemmed   in   by   wooded    Islets,
ringed by the mountains of Vancouver   Island/ Newcastle   Island
lies in a scene of matchless beauty;
sheltered, yet sunny, its waters are
sun-warmed and invigorating.
By speedy, comfortable "Princess"
ships of Canadian  Pacific   B. C.
Coast Service, this island beauty
spot lies but a scant two hours from
Vancouver and is easily accessible
from   Vancouver   Island   through
Nanaimo, a quarter of a mile distant.
The rallying ground of picnickers
from   Vancouver   Island   and   the
mainland, they meet at Newcastle
on common ground, to fish, swim,
hike, play ball, chat and loaf.
Cares of the business world evaporate in Newcastle's sprightly sunshine, and headaches engendered
by weeks of the office grind are
blown helter-skelter by the salty
breezes wafted inshore from the
Gulf of Georgia.
 Facilities on
Newcastle Island
GROUNDS—There are two sports grounds, No. 1
North of the Pavilion, 500x250 feet, with bleachers
accommodating about 500 people, with running track
135 yards long and 35 feet wide. No. 2 is South, of
the Pavilion and adjacent to the Wharf. The latter has
been greatly improved since last year.
PAVILION—A large Pavilion with Dance floor 40x80"
Soda Fountain and Cafe.
PICNIC TABLES—Numerous covered picnic tables
with a capacity for approximately 3,500 people.
FIELD KITCHENS—Three in number, with sinks and
an abundant supply of hot water.
BATHING FACILITIES—A Public Bathhouse, with
cubicles, for men and women, and lockers for your
clothes.
BEACHES—The Children's Beach is adjacent to the
Bathhouse, with other Beaches located at various spots
around the Island.
SWIMMING AREA—A large swimming area enclosed
by the wharf and swimming floats, with high and low
diving boards.
SHOWERS are located near the floats and in the Public
Bathhouse.
BATHING SUITS AND TOWELS may be rented at
the Bathhouse.
TRAILS—Many lovely trails have been made throughout the Island which can be easily traced out through
reference to the map page.
OPEN-AIR CHECKERBOARD — A large open-air
checkerboard located near the Pavilion — Free of
charge.
SHUFFLEBOARD—Two concrete Shuffleboards, 6x6',
in front of the Pavilion.
OPEN-AIR FIREPLACE—There is a large Open-air
Fireplace between the Wharf and the Bathhouse for
use of the guests during the evenings.
CHILDREN'S RECREATION FACILITIES—Numerous
Swings, both large and small, and a Concrete Wading
Pool located near the Pavilion and Picnic tables.
 ground, too, is a fine
sandy beach where the
water is warm, shallow
and safe.
There is a spacious layout in the Pavilion for guests who prefer
a prepared meal rather than a picnic hamper.
A delightful  feature  is  the  Japanese Tea Garden  under the
big umbrellas on the lawn.
There are also boats for the hiring if the youngsters want to
do a little maritime exploring.
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
The Children's Paradise
ABETTER outing could not be
devised for the children than
a day at Newcastle Island. For the
Junior members of the family no
place offers quite so much fun
and enjoyment—and parents can
be assured of complete safety for
their charges at all times.
T^i
u,
Particularly popular with
the "Youngest Set" is the
playground with its concrete wading pool, swings,
teeter - totters, swinging
chairs and sand pile where
the kiddies can amuse
themselves by the hour.
 HARES PT.
A- Pavilion Dance Hall
B-Pavilion Lunch counter
& Restaurant
- No. 1 Playing Field
■ Bleachers
- No. 2 Playing Field
F - Band Stand
G- Open-air Checker Board
H- Horse Shoe Pitch
I - Swings
J - Public Bath House
K-Wading Pool
L- Field Kitchens & Picnic
Tables
M - Mine Ventilation shaft
P - Diving Cr Launch  Float
Q- Float
Swimming Area
Wharf
Garage
Park Warden's
House
Old Quarries
First Aid
Cabin
 Vancouver to
Newcastle Island
DAILY SERVICE
JUNE 24 to SEPT. 5, 1939
S.S. PRINCESS VICTORIA
S.S. PRINCESS JOAN
S.S. PRINCESS ELIZABETH
S.S. PRINCESS ELAINE
Leaves Vancouver
30 a.m.
30 a.m.
00 p.m.
Daily except Sunday.   8
Sunday only %   9
Sunday only    I
Leaves Newcastle Island
Daily except Sunday (direct)   7:00 p.m.
Sunday only (direct)   6:30 p.m.
Sunday only (via Nanaimo)   6:45 p.m.
Passenger Fares
Special One-Day Round Trip $l .35
Ferry Service Between Newcastle Island
and Nanaimo
An excellent ferry plies regularly between
Newcastle Island and Nanaimo hourly, 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Extra service during busy hours of
the day.
Ferry leaves from
Canadian Pacific Pier, Nanaimo
Return fare, 25c adults; 15c children
Special arrangements can be made for large organized
picnics, for whom splendid facilities-have been provided.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
2615
For further information apply to nearest
Canadian   Pacific  Agent,   or  write   to
G. BRUCE BURPEE
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, B.C.

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