SS Patria Passage Contract - 2 August 1915
Fabre Line Third Class Passage Contract for the SS Patria, Departing from New York to Naples Dated 2 August 1915. GGA Image ID # 15aeafb27c
Summary of Passage Contract
- Date of Purchase / Voyage: 2 September 1915
- Steamship Line: Aberdeen Line
- Steamship: SS Patria
- Route: Melbourne to London
- Ticket Type: Passage Contract
- Voyage Class: Third Class
- Name on Contract: Mr. W. G. Stevens and Family
- Etnicity of Passenger(s): Austrailian or British
- Contract Terms: Transcribed
- Cost of Ticket: Not Stated
Passage Contract Details
Ticket to be kept by Passenger
Compagnie Française de Navigation à Vapeur "Cyp.Fabre & Cie" (Fabre Line)
SS Patria (Homeland)
Net tonnage Tonn. 6,600 Gross 11,500. Speed 17 1/2 miles per hour. Trip in 10 1/2 days. including stops in the ports of call.
Net tonnage Tonn. 4203, Gross 6752. Speed 17 miles per hour. Travel in 12 days including stops at ports of call.
Net tonnage Tonn. 5814, Gross 9350. Speed 17 miles per hour. Travel in 11 1/2 days including stops at ports of call.
Net tonnage Tonn. 3244.53, Gross 5551.13. Speed 1mile per hour. Travel in 12 days including stops at ports of call.
Net tonnage Tonn. 5814, Gross 9350. Speed 17 5/8 miles per hour. Travel in 11 1/2 days including stops at ports of call.
HO agency 2/8 1915
Boarding pass for 3rd class seats From New York to Naples
With the "Patria" French flag steam (size, speed and duration of the trip as above), departing on 2/9 1915, for Naples, and from Naples to Naples with transhipment. The transhipment will be carried out in Naples on local steam duly authorized by the Italian Government at Il Vapore _____ will touch the port of _______
NName and Surname of Passengers: Hickvich Miki???
US Revenue Tax of $3.00 Collected.
RENTAL of passage _____ Dollars for each commercial place. for JAMES W. ELWELL & CO., G. P. A. Agents
Important. Passengers must check in their baggage before boarding, collecting a specific receipt. THIS TICKET MUST BE STAMPED by the Company Officers on the Pier at the bottom of the 31st Street, South Brooklyn, NY, before boarding, and must be presented TWO HOURS before the departure of the steamer.
The following Stipulations are entered into by the passenger as part of this contract :
1. The steamer may tow and assist vessels in all situations, put back or into any port, and deviate from the direct and customary course. If the steamer shall be prevented by any cause from sailing or proceeding in the ordinary course, the passenger may, at the shipowner's expense, be forwarded to point of destination by any other vessel. Neither the ship, shipowner, nor the agent is responsible for loss of or injury to the passenger arising from the act of God, public enemies, lire, perils of the sea or river, or restraints of princes, rulers and peoples. Neither the ship, shipowner nor the agent is responsible beyond the amount of one hundied dollars for loss of or injury to the passenger's person arising from steam, latent defects in the steamer, her machinery, gear or fitting, robber ?, thieves, barratry, default or negligence of the shipowner's servants, whether on board the steamer or not, or from the negligence in navigation of any other vessel.
2. No suit shall be maintained against the Company for loss of or damage to baggage unless written notice of the claim, with full particulars thereof, be delivered to the Company at its office within five days after steamer'3 landing at port of arrival; nor for any injury to the person, unless claim be made in like manner within thirty days after such landing.
3. The responsibility of this Company under this contract shall continue only while the passenger and his baggage are on board the Company's transatlantic steamer or its steam tenders. Booking on connecting routes is for the passenger's convenience only. And carriage thereon is subject to the conditions imposed by each connecting railway or other transportation company.
4. This contract shall not bind this Company to carry any passenger suffering from any contagious or infectious disease, or whose presence may, in its option, be detrimental to the comfort or safety of other passengers, the ship or crew.
Fabre Line Third Class Passage Contract Terms for the SS Patria, Departing from New York to Naples Dated 2 August 1915. Law on Emigration, Rations During Journey, and Pasage Conditions. GGA Image ID # 15aeb4b43e
LAW ON EMIGRATION (31st January 1901)
LIVING RATION TABLE DUE TO EMIGRANTS