National Geographic : 1930 Dec
SPEND WINTER WHEKE ITS SUMMEK Australia AMEIUCA PS winter is Australia's summer. In Australia one travels north toward the tropics. People throng the bathing beaches in January; go to the mountains for skiing in July. Ask Your Travel Bureau Here is a continent as large as America, with some of the world's most important cities, with strange birds and curious ani mals, with scenery that varies from peace ful English downs to jungles hung with brilliant orchids, from forests of giant trees to sub-tropic beaches where mam moth turtles sun themselves. Every well-informed traveler should know Australia, and the fascinating ports and islands that dot every way en route. To see how interesting your trip will be, send this coupon for illus trated booklets. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TRAVEL ASSOCIATION 881 Adam Grant Building, San Francisco, Calif. or Grand Buildings, Trafalgar Square, London. NAME STREET CITY S. S. EXCALIBUR I. Sailing January 24, 1931 S+ S. EXOCHORDA Sailing February 25, 1931 On their Maiden Voyages in An Improved Express Service to and HOLY Y the LAND Exchange January's chill for the glowing warmth of Egypt and the Mediterranean. NewLiners. Outside cabins onlyand limited to two passengers if desired. Four new, private loge decks for small parties. Every convenience meeting American ideas of modern life at sea. An interesting and inexpensive wonder voyage, New York and return. Stcure booklets, information and reservatioas from local agents or AMERICAN EXPORT LINES THE EXPORT STEAMSHIP CORPORATION Dept. 300, 25 Broadway, New York Boston: 126 State St. Chicago: The Rookery Baltimore: Keyser Bldg. dPg.lodelpehi: 408 Bo.r. . Bldg. T HE Four Princes for the fastest time, as well as a safe, luxurious voyage to Rio de Janei ro, Santos, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Most modern system of ven tilation provides utmost comfort in tropical waters.