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 Shawn running trials in the River Clyde on April 10 is the passenger and car ferry " Princess of Nanaimo ",
built by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., of Govan, for the Canadian Pacific Railway's
service over the 40-mile run between Vancouver and Nanaimo, British Columbia. Of 6,787 gross tons on
dimensions 358ft. length overall x 62ft. beam x 19ft. 9in. depth moulded to main deck, she has accommodation
for 1,500 day passengers and 130-150 motorcars. She has six decks (one entirely for crew, two for motorcars,
and three for passengers, the uppermost passenger deck being a sun deck) and her amenities include a
large observation room, lounges, a restaurant, and a coffee bar. Her twin screws are each driven by a set
of single-reduction geared turbines of Pametrada design which take superheated steam at 325 lb. per sq. in.
pressure and 650 deg. Fahr. from three Yarrow-type oil-fired watertube boilers, and her service speed is 181
knots. In the picture the windows of the vessel's public rooms—below the boat deck—are boarded up for
protection on the 9,500-mile journey from the Clyde to Victoria, B.C., and she sailed on this passage on May Z
 8
sailings
daily!
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m        downtown. Return $3.60.              8:00p'mj
W-S-47
IAIMO
iNCOUVER LEAVE
8:00 am. 11:00 a.m. 12:30 a
3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m;     11:00 a
11:50 p.m. 6:00 p
Phone PAcific 2
III>:: ittli Bill
NANAIMO
•m.  7:06 a.m.
m 2:00 p.m.
.m. 9:00 p.m.
1212
8:45 a.m
4:15 p.m;
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 NADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
BRITISH  COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS
VEHICLE RECEIPT -      ™ ft -
NON.NEGQT.ABLE *«%!&??
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
LIABILITY
The vehicle for which this receipt is issued shall
be received, held, handled, carried and delivered by
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
hereinafter called the "Carrier," subject to the following terms and conditions, and those contained in
the Carrier's current tariffs not in conflict therewith:
1.—The Carrier shall be entitled to all of the right*
and immunities which, if a bill of lading had been
issued, would have been granted to or enure to the
benefit of a carrier by the Canadian Water Carriage
of Goods Act 1936 or the Carriage of Goods by Sea
Act of the United States of America, whichever Act
may be applicable, and as a condition precedent to
recovery of judgment against the Carrier, notice o_
loss of or damage or delay to the said vehicle must
be given and suit brought as required by said applicable Act; provided, however, that in no event snail
the Carrier be or become liable for any loss of or
damage or delay to or in connection with said
vehicle in an amount exceeding $100 unless a higher
value is declared and inserted* herein and extra
charges based on such higher value are paid.
2.—This does not constitute a receipt for any equipment, goods or other articles left in or on said
vehicle, and in no event shall the Carrier be or
become liable for any loss of or damage or delay to
or in connection therewith.
8.—The Carrier shall have the benefit of all othtr
applicable laws granting to ship owners exoneratioa
from and/or limitation of liability.
4.—The terms and conditions hereof shall apply
to any liability of the Carrier whioh may arise prior
to the loading on and subsequent to the discharge
from the ship.
5.—The passenger, in accepting this receipt, agrees
to all the terms and conditions hereof.
6.—This receipt is u on-negotiable.
Declared; Value (if aay)$ .S;^J.lM.~
Amount Collected S  — ...	
for transportation of vehicle ami excess valuation declare (if any).
15-60-66
IMPORTANT
To ensure space reservation must be made in advance
and vehicle presented at ship's side at feast thirty
minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
(SEE CONDITIONS ON BACK)
 TO B
Ve__ich| a^iM tie fci^e^edi-t ship's side at least
thirty minut^eCpitfrto scheduled departure of ship
in which spacenas-been reserved. Failure to do so
relieves the Company of all responsibility to transport the vehicle.
If space reserved for vehicle is not used and has
not been cancelled by holder prior to scheduled
sailing time of the ship, no refund will be made of
charges paid.
J. E. TWEEDY,
Manager, Mail, and Baggage Traffic,
MONTREAL
 THE PROVINCE, Monday, July 30, 1956
21
 SPECIAL
EXCURSION
$2.23
Saturday, and Sundays
ir AT NANAIMO—Load your car
the night before and sleep aboard
the luxuriously appointed Princess
Marguerite or Princess Patricia,
sailing at 5:30 a.m. for Vancouver.
Advance automobile and stateroom reservation advisable.
DAILY
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
SAILINGS
VANCOUVER    TO
ANAIMO
Lv. Vancouver
Q*dk*i@u%c
5:15 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
5:15 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Ar. Nanaimo
7:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
9:15 p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo
^5:30 a.m.
8:15 a.m.
2:15 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver
7:45 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
4:30 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
10:30 p.m.
ALL TIMES PACIFIC STANDABB
Automobile accommodation all sailings.
 leave when you like
for VICTORIA
FOR
Yom
CONVENIENCE
edvance car reservations
»oy be mode on any sailing,
Rate 4*3*00 each way.
via
ii A HA ! ii 0
A fctst, converter?, way *© the fetes!.
Eleven cksiSy Ccm&Sm Pddfk *et_lr*gs ircm
do*it#own Vcmcoever to downtown
Hamamok, Raima $3*60. Oflo-ckiy
excvrsfen   $2JO.   OsMreo   ender   tt
half-fare, ©nder 5, free.
For fall "wfonnafion phon* .LA.   1-31S2
 ment. -It's.- the gambling that
brings us the profit.
"We need to have a large volume of people who stay a day or
two, do their gambling and go
home. The turnover is important
to us."
THE TOURISTS have plenty to
attract them on the night clubs
marquees these nights.
Here are the shows I caught . . .
Judy Garland, at the peak vocal
form of her career (New Frontier)
... the Blackouts with Ken and
Marie, a wealth of entertainment
(Riviera) . . . Martha Raye and
the hilarious Kirby Stone. Four
I (Sahara) ... uimmy Durante, who
puts on the funniest show on any
stage (Desert Inn) > . . Nat King
Cole, and a promising new comedy]
team, Rowan and Martin (Sands).j
ALSO   PLAYING,   in   town   are
Sophie Tucker,  the Andrews Sis
ters,   John   Carroll   and   Dorothy
Collins.
Will prosperity hold up when
winter comes? That's when the
tourist stays home and Vegas
must rely on vacationing furt-seek-
ers. The town is betting >hat
enough of them will come here to
tide things over until another summer boom.
About one person out of 42 in
France owns a car.
lo NANAIMO
Go the fast, convenient route—
direct from downtown to downtown.
Return $3.*60. One-day excursion
$2.50. Advance car reservations.
Car rate $5.00 each way.
Phone PA. 2212
LEAVE VANCOUVER
4:00 a.m.   5:00 a.m.   8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m. 11:00a.m. 1130 a.m.
2:00 p.m.   5:00 P.m.   6:15 p.m.
7:00 P«m. 9:00P.m.
LEAVE NANAIMO
6:00 a.m.   7:45 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
It :00 a.m.   1:0O p.m. 2:00 p.m.
3:15 p.m.   5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m. 11:15p.m.
ALL TIMES STANDABD-Add One Hour for Daylight Saving.
 A beautiful princess heads for sea
Wmmm HER WAT through First Narrows, SS.
Prineess of Nanaimo is a stirring sight as she steams
miwmd for Nanaimo. The 7000-ton, 1500-passenger
ferry was built in Scotland, 1951, has a cruising speed
of'15*4 knots, and can carry 150 cars. The Province's
Eric Cable took this^hotojlrom Lions Gate Bridge.

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