TSS Caledonia Passenger List - 16 September 1932

 

Front Cover of a Saloon and Tourist Class Passenger List from the TSS Caledonia of the Anchor Steamship Line, Departing 16 September 1932 from Glasgow to New York

Front Cover of a Saloon and Tourist Class Passenger List from the TSS Caledonia of the Anchor Steamship Line, Departing 16 September 1932 from Glasgow to New York via Belfast and Moville, Commanded by Captain Alexander Collie. GGA Image ID # 1f3defb7c9

 

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain Alexander Collie
  2. Chief Officer: J. Dunlop
  3. Chief Engineer: Charles Grant
  4. Surgeon: Dr. A. B. Burns
  5. Purser: R. S. Willoughby, O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R.
  6. Chief Steward: William Lindsay

 

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. N. Aboud
  2. Mrs. M. S. Ballantine
  3. Dr. C. P. Beattie
  4. Prof. Hugh Black
  5. Mrs. Black
  6. Miss Margaret Bower
  7. Dr. A. K. Bowman
  8. Mrs. Bowman
  9. Miss Anne Bowman
  10. Miss Virginia Bowman
  11. Mr. A. H. Brown, Jun.
  12. Mrs. Brown
  13. Mr. Donald Brown
  14. Mr. R. D. Brown
  15. Mrs. Brown
  16. Miss A. Doherty
  17. Mr. William K. Dupre, Jun.
  18. Mrs. Dupre
  19. Master Thomas K. Dupre, Jun.
  20. Miss Ethel Dutton
  21. Mr. Harry Edmonds
  22. Mrs. J. T. Feidt
  23. Mr. John T. Feidt
  24. Miss I. Fraser
  25. Miss Alice J. Gammie
  26. Mrs. C. F. Goodrich
  27. Mr. George E. Gordon
  28. Mrs. Gordon
  29. Mr. George W. Gordon
  30. Master R. E. Gordon and Nurse
  31. Mr. Mortimer Gordon
  32. Mrs. Gordon
  33. Mr. S. Graham
  34. Mrs. Graham
  35. Dr. I. G. W. Hill
  36. Mrs. Humpstone
  37. Mr. William Lanahan
  38. Mrs. Lanahan
  39. Mr. William J. Large
  40. Mr. Larmor
  41. Mr. George McCurrach
  42. Mr. John McCutcheon
  43. Miss Agnes M. MacFadzean
  44. Dr. W. A. Mac Kay
  45. Miss Janet MacPherson
  46. Mr. R. Mallon
  47. Dr. Moffatt
  48. Mrs. Moffatt
  49. Mrs. E. Murray
  50. Miss G. Murray
  51. Mrs. J. C. Paterson
  52. Sister Mary Paul
  53. Mrs. E. M. H. Rankin
  54. Miss Gladys Rankin
  55. Miss Edith S. Richards
  56. Mr. Henry P. Rines
  57. Mrs. Rines
  58. Master William H. Rines
  59. Miss Mary W. Rines
  60. Mrs. H. A. Robertson
  61. Mrs. E. Rolley
  62. Miss R. C. Ruggles
  63. Mr. Robert Scott
  64. Mr. R. Shelford
  65. Miss N. M. Smith
  66. Miss W. Smith
  67. Dr. William M. Stein
  68. Mrs. Stein
  69. Miss Dorothy Tait
  70. My. Alexander N. Thomson
  71. Mrs. Thomson
  72. Rev. Father J. Tinney
  73. Miss Alice Toon
  74. Mr. Ben White
  75. Mrs. White

 

Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Helen Adams
  2. Mr. Arch. Aitcheson
  3. Miss Helen Allan
  4. Mrs. Betsy Allen
  5. Miss Daisy Allen
  6. Mrs. Agnes Allison
  7. Mr. John S. Anderson
  8. Miss Theresa Armstrong
  9. Miss Jean Austen
  10. Master Neal Austen
  11. Mr. John Bamford
  12. Miss Sophia Barnett
  13. Mrs. Joan Barr
  14. Miss Jean Barr
  15. Miss Joan Barr
  16. Miss Joanna Barr
  17. Mrs. Margaret Baxter
  18. Mrs. Sarah Begley
  19. Master James J. Begley
  20. Master Daniel Begley
  21. Miss Sarah Ann Begley
  22. Mrs. Mary Bisland
  23. Miss Euphemia Black
  24. Miss Jane Black
  25. Miss Sophie Blair
  26. Mrs. Bridget C. Bogue
  27. Miss Elizabeth Bonner
  28. Miss Anna Boyle
  29. Mrs. Ellen Boyle
  30. Mr. Cornelius Boyle
  31. Miss Julia Boyle
  32. Miss Alice Brattesani
  33. Miss Maria Brattesani
  34. Miss E. Breckenridge
  35. Miss M. Breckenridge
  36. Miss Mary Breslin
  37. Miss Helen Brown
  38. Miss Isabella Brown
  39. Mrs. Mary Brown
  40. Mr. Walter Brown
  41. Miss Mary Buchanan
  42. Miss Eliz. Burns
  43. Mrs. Mary Cahenzli
  44. Mrs. Mary Calder
  45. Mrs. Elizabeth Callaghan
  46. Mrs. Annie Campbell
  47. Mr. Donald Campbell
  48. Miss Margaret Campbell
  49. Miss Ann Carlile
  50. Miss Christina Carlton
  51. Miss Mary Carr
  52. Mrs. Charlotte Carson
  53. Miss Annie Cathcart
  54. Miss Mary Cavanagh
  55. Mrs. Eliz. Clarkson
  56. Mr. John Cochrane
  57. Miss Annie M. Conlin
  58. Miss Annie Corbett
  59. Mrs. Ina Cowan
  60. James Cowan
  61. Mr. Win. Craig
  62. Miss Martha Crawford
  63. Mrs. Margaret Crichton
  64. Mr. Denis Daily
  65. Miss Cath. Daly
  66. Miss Mary Davenport
  67. Miss Margaret Davey
  68. Mrs. Annie Davidson
  69. Miss Margaret Davidson
  70. Miss A. Dick
  71. Miss Agnes Dickie
  72. Mr. Hugh Dickie
  73. Mrs. Hilda Dickie
  74. Miss Cath. Dickson
  75. Miss Jean Docherty
  76. Miss Mary Doherty
  77. Miss Grace Doherty
  78. Mrs. Mary M. Doherty
  79. Miss Sarah Doherty
  80. Mr. Paul Donaghy
  81. Mr. Donaldson
  82. Miss Elizabeth Donnelly
  83. Miss Margt. Donnelly
  84. Mrs. Mary Donnelly
  85. Miss Mary Donnelly
  86. Mrs. Eliz. Donning
  87. Miss Annie Donoghue
  88. Miss Agnes Doohan
  89. Miss Ellen Doohan
  90. Mrs. Bridget Dougherty
  91. Miss Mary H. Dougherty
  92. Master James B. Dougherty
  93. Miss Mary Dougherty
  94. Miss Helen Dow
  95. Miss J. H. Downie
  96. Miss Ellen Drennan
  97. Mr. James Drysdale
  98. Miss Alice Duffy
  99. Miss Annie Duncan
  100. Miss Lily Duthie
  101. Miss Annie Early
  102. Miss Nellie Easton
  103. Miss Mary Easton
  104. Mrs. Margaret Eccles
  105. Master Arthur Eccles
  106. Mr. Henry Erskine
  107. Mrs. Faher
  108. Mr. Alan Fairweather
  109. Miss Grace Ferry
  110. Mr. James M. Finlay
  111. Mr. Patrick Finnegan
  112. Miss Helen Flett
  113. Miss Rose Fox
  114. Mr. Josiah Frame
  115. Mrs. Helen Fraser
  116. Miss Agnes Gallagher
  117. Miss Hannah Gallagher
  118. Miss Mary Gallagher
  119. Miss Janet Gardner
  120. Mrs. Annie Garvie
  121. Miss Isabelle Garvie
  122. Miss Jane Gibb
  123. Miss Mary Gibson
  124. Miss Sara Gibson
  125. Miss Helen Gilbert
  126. Miss Elizabeth Gilbert
  127. Mrs. Esther Gilmore
  128. Master Robert Gilmore
  129. Miss Margaret Gilroy
  130. Miss Annie Gilroy
  131. Miss Elizabeth Givens
  132. Miss Jessie Glen
  133. Master Thos. Goldrick
  134. Mr. Alex. Graham
  135. Mrs. Elizabeth Graham
  136. Miss Johnine Graham
  137. Miss Annie Grant
  138. Miss Jessie Grant
  139. Miss Mabel Grant
  140. Mr. Edward Gregory
  141. Mrs. Agnes Gregory
  142. Mrs. Cath. Grey
  143. Mrs. Mary Griffin
  144. Miss Cath. Halley
  145. Mrs. Hannah Hannan
  146. Miss Hannah Hannan
  147. Miss Jean Hare
  148. Miss Harley
  149. Mrs. Mary Healey
  150. Miss Mary A. Healey
  151. Miss Helen Heaney
  152. Mr. Robert Henderson
  153. Miss Marjorie Heron
  154. Mr. John Hetherington
  155. Miss Mary Higgins
  156. Miss Ann Hilderbrand
  157. Mrs. Isabelle Hill
  158. Miss Robina Hogg
  159. Mrs. Helen Hood
  160. Miss Isa Howie
  161. Mr. James Hughes
  162. Mrs. Hughes
  163. Mrs. Mary Hughes
  164. Miss Mary Ellen Hughes
  165. Miss Margaret Hughes
  166. Miss Sara Hughes
  167. Mrs. Lizzie Hulmes
  168. Mr. George Hunter
  169. Mrs. Ruby Hunter
  170. Mrs. Ann Hyde
  171. Miss Marion Hyslop
  172. Mrs. Martha Innés
  173. Miss Grace Jackson
  174. Mr. Henry Johnston
  175. Miss M. Johnston
  176. Miss M. F. Johnston
  177. Miss Margt. Johnstone
  178. Miss Sarah Kelly
  179. Mr. James Kerr
  180. Mr. John Kerr
  181. Mrs. Mary Kerr
  182. Miss Eliz. Kilgour
  183. Miss Cath. Kilmurray
  184. Miss Mary E. Kinghan
  185. Miss Sarah E. Kinghan
  186. Mrs. Jane Labonus
  187. Mrs. Marian Lang
  188. Miss Dieirdre Lang
  189. Mr. David Lawson
  190. Miss Elizabeth Layton
  191. Miss Margt. Leslie
  192. Miss Eliz. Levins
  193. Mr. Alan Little
  194. Mrs. Elizabeth Logue
  195. Mrs. Mary Long
  196. Mr. Wm. Lothian
  197. Miss Agnes Love
  198. Mrs. Eliz. Low
  199. Master John Low
  200. Miss Mary Lowry
  201. Mrs. Bridget C. Lucas
  202. Mrs. J. Lundy
  203. Mrs. Catherine Lynn
  204. Miss Isab. McAusland
  205. Mrs. Mary J. McBride
  206. Mr. Bernard McCabe
  207. Mr. John McCafferty
  208. Mrs. Grace McCafferty
  209. Mrs. Julia McCallion
  210. Miss Elizabeth McClean
  211. Mr. James MacCluskie
  212. Mrs. Eliz. MacCluskie
  213. Miss Margaret McCormack
  214. Mrs. Margaret McCorry
  215. Mr. David McCrindle
  216. Miss Bridget McCusker
  217. Miss Mary McDermott
  218. Mr. Patrick McDermott
  219. Miss Anne McDonagh
  220. Mr. Alex. McDonald
  221. Mrs. Margt. McDonald
  222. Miss Mary Alice McElhennon
  223. Miss Henrietta McFadden
  224. Miss Blanche McFadden
  225. Miss Susan McFadden
  226. Miss Mary McFadden
  227. Miss Sarah McFadden
  228. Miss Mary McFarlane
  229. Mrs. Dorothea McGeown
  230. Miss Mary McGibbon
  231. Mr. Eugene McGie
  232. Miss Hannah McGinley
  233. Mr. Hugh McGinley
  234. Miss Mary E. McGloin
  235. Miss Mary McGovern
  236. Miss Catherine McGowan
  237. Miss Mary McGrady
  238. Mrs. Mary McGrath
  239. Master Thomas McGrath
  240. Miss Janet McGregor
  241. Miss Mary MacGregor
  242. Miss Hannah McGrory
  243. Mr. Joseph McGurk
  244. Mrs. Bridget McGurk
  245. Miss Mary McGurk
  246. Master Joseph McGurk
  247. Miss Margaret McGurren
  248. Mrs. Mary Mcllwraith
  249. Master Alex. Mcllwraith
  250. Mrs. Jean McIntosh
  251. Miss Mary McIntosh
  252. Miss Annie McIntyre
  253. Miss Flora Mac Kay
  254. Mr. Thomas McKenna
  255. Mrs. Lena McKenna
  256. Mrs. McKenzie
  257. Mr. Robt. Mackenzie
  258. Miss Catherine B. McKernan
  259. Miss Jane MacKerron
  260. Mrs. Helen McKinlay
  261. Mrs. Grahame McKinnon
  262. Master Grahame McKinnon
  263. Miss C. McLean
  264. Miss Henrietta McLean
  265. Miss Mabel McLeish
  266. Miss Mary McMenamin
  267. Miss Susan McMenamin
  268. Mr. Samuel MacMillan
  269. Mrs. Sarah McMonagle
  270. Mrs. Rose McMullan
  271. Mrs. Anne McNally
  272. Miss Susan McNally
  273. Miss Nancy McNight
  274. Mr. Patrick McNulty
  275. Mrs. McNulty
  276. Master Edward McNulty
  277. Mrs. Annie McPherson
  278. Mr. Murdoch McPherson
  279. Mrs. Marie McPherson
  280. Mrs. Janet MacRae
  281. Miss Mary McSheffrey
  282. Miss Martha McVeigh
  283. Miss Alice Mallon
  284. Miss Mary Mallon
  285. Miss Margt. Manara
  286. Mr. David Marchbank
  287. Mrs. Mary Mark
  288. Mr. Peter Marshall
  289. Mrs. Margt. Martin
  290. Mrs. Mary A. Maucher
  291. Mrs. Sophia Mazur
  292. Miss Mary Menary
  293. Miss Isabella Menary
  294. Mr. Douglas H. Mercer
  295. Mrs. Agnes Mercer
  296. Miss Mary Millar
  297. Miss Janet Miller
  298. Mrs. Helen Milne
  299. Mr. Henry Mitchell
  300. Mrs. Jenny Mitchell
  301. Master John Mitchell
  302. Miss Janet Moir
  303. Miss Annie Monahan
  304. Miss Ann Moorhead
  305. Mrs. Margaret Morley
  306. Miss Annie Morrison
  307. Miss Bridget Moy
  308. Miss Eliz. Muir
  309. Miss Jean Muir
  310. Miss Rose Mullan
  311. Miss Eliz. Muirhead
  312. Mrs. Mulholland
  313. Mr. David Murdoch
  314. Miss Georgina Murphy
  315. Mrs. Mary Murphy
  316. Miss Theresa Murphy
  317. Miss Mary Murphy
  318. Mr. David Murray
  319. Mrs. Lillian Murray
  320. Mrs. D. O'Brien
  321. Mrs. Margt. O'Brien
  322. Miss Margt. O'Brien
  323. Mrs. Bridget O'Donnell
  324. Miss Nellie O'Donnell
  325. Miss Madge O'Donnell
  326. Miss Grace O'Donnell
  327. Miss Mary Ellen O'Flaherty
  328. Miss Bridget O'Hagan
  329. Miss Jeanie O'Neill
  330. Mr. Peter O'Neill
  331. Miss Sarah O'Neill
  332. Miss Christina O'Rafferty
  333. Miss Philomena O'Reilly
  334. Mr. Walter Officer
  335. Miss Mary Paterson
  336. Mr. Thos. Paterson
  337. Mrs. Sarah Paton
  338. Miss Isabella Peat
  339. Miss Jane Peat
  340. Mr. David Pentland
  341. Mrs. David Pentland
  342. Miss Agnes Petrie
  343. Miss Gloria Prior
  344. Mr. Bernard Prunty
  345. Miss Bridget Quigley
  346. Miss Ellen Quinn
  347. Miss Jeanie Quinn
  348. Miss M. Quinn
  349. Miss Mary Quinn
  350. Miss Susan Quinn
  351. Miss Mary Rankine
  352. Mr. George Reeves
  353. Mrs. Emma Reeves
  354. Miss Catherine Rehill
  355. Miss Bessie Reid
  356. Miss Jane Reid
  357. Mr. John Reid
  358. Miss M. Reilly
  359. Miss Eliz. Rennox
  360. Mrs. Agnes V. Rice
  361. Master James Noel Rice
  362. Mrs. Sarah Richardson
  363. Miss Jessie Richardson
  364. Miss Isabella Ritchie
  365. Mrs. Isab. Ritchie
  366. Mrs. Janet Ritchie
  367. Miss Ritchie
  368. Mr. Allan Robertson
  369. Miss Bridget Robinson
  370. Mrs. Sarah Robinson
  371. Mrs. Kathleen Roche
  372. Mrs. Mary Rooney
  373. Miss Teresa Rooney
  374. Miss Harriet Roscoe
  375. Miss Bessie Ross
  376. Miss Emma Russell
  377. Mr. Henry Ruthledge
  378. Mr. Thomas Ryan
  379. Mrs. Susan Ryan
  380. Miss Marjorie Sandilands
  381. Miss Eliz. Sangster
  382. Mrs. Lizzie Saunders
  383. Mrs. Mary Scott
  384. Mrs. Phyllis Scott
  385. Mrs. Sarah Sempey
  386. Mrs. Henrietta Shirley
  387. Miss Mary Shirran
  388. Mrs. Mary Shortmeir
  389. Miss Charlotte Skillen
  390. Miss Louise Skillen
  391. Mrs. Mary Smirk
  392. Mrs. Jean Smith
  393. Miss Kathleen Smith
  394. Mrs. Mary Smith
  395. Mr. Harry Stafford
  396. Miss Margaret Steele
  397. Miss Mary Stevely
  398. Mrs. Janet Stevenson
  399. Miss Helen Stevenson
  400. Miss Janet Stevenson
  401. Mr. George Stewart
  402. Mrs. Christina Stewart
  403. James Stewart
  404. Miss Jessie Stewart
  405. Mrs. Mary Stewart
  406. Master John Stewart
  407. Miss Arlene Stewart
  408. Master Eric Stewart
  409. Mrs. Helen Stormont
  410. Mrs. Alice Sullivan
  411. Mrs. Margt. Sutherland
  412. Mrs. Mary Suttie
  413. Master Fred Suttie
  414. Master Jack Suttie
  415. Mrs. Eliz. Swanston
  416. Mrs. Margt. Sweeney
  417. Miss Eliz. Sweeney
  418. Miss Madge Sweeney
  419. Mrs. Sarah Taggart
  420. Miss Bridget Tally
  421. Mr. J. T. Taylor
  422. Mrs. Margt. Telfer
  423. Mrs. Catherine Tennyson
  424. Miss Mary Tennyson
  425. Miss Catherine Tennyson
  426. Miss Mary A. Thompson
  427. Miss Rachel K. Thompson
  428. Mr. Symon Thompson
  429. Mr. Wm. Tod
  430. Mrs. Margt. Todd
  431. Miss Margt. Todd
  432. Miss Elizabeth Topley
  433. Mr. Archd. Torrance
  434. Mr. James Torrance
  435. Mrs. Torrance
  436. Mrs. Annie Tracey
  437. Miss Mary A. Treanor
  438. Mrs. Mary Turner
  439. Miss Mary Urquhart
  440. Miss Janet T. Vass
  441. Miss Annie Vass
  442. Mr. Arthur Walker
  443. Mrs. Margt. Walker
  444. Miss Margt. Walker
  445. Miss Louise Wallace
  446. Miss Jean Wardrop
  447. Miss Margt. Wardrop
  448. Miss Elizabeth Warren
  449. Miss Maggie Watson
  450. Mrs. Mary Watson
  451. Mr. Wm. Welsh
  452. Miss Cath. White
  453. Miss Cath. White
  454. Miss Mary Whiteley
  455. Miss Mary E. Williams
  456. Mrs. Lizzie Wilson
  457. Master Wilson
  458. Mrs. Yates
  459. Master George Yates
  460. Mrs. Agnes Young
  461. Master James Young
  462. Miss Margaret Young

 

Information For Passengers

Additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board. Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for such disbursements.

Baggage - Enquiries regarding baggage on board ship should be addressed to the Baggage Master. To facilitate examination and identification of baggage on landing all packages should have an initial label affixed; these labels are supplied on board on application.

Trunks. Wraps, etc., may be stored and re-shipped by the Company for the return voyage.

Baggage Insurance - Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage as, in the event of loss or damage, the Company cannot accept liability beyond the limit specified on the Steamer Contract Tickets. Rates and particulars on application.

Bar - The Bars will not be open later than midnight, but it is within the discretion of the Commander to close them during the voyage at any time should he consider this course desirable.

Barber's Shop -There is a well-appointed Barber's Shop on board. Ladies will be attended to by appointment.

Clothes Pressing - Application should be made to the Barber, from whom rates and other particulars can be obtained.

Berthing of Passengers - No changes can be made except on application to the Purser.

Cables and Telegrams for dispatch by ordinary land wire should be handed in at the Wireless Telegraph Office. The time of acceptance for cables and telegrams to be sent by ordinary land wire will be intimated on the notice boards. Wireless, cable and telegraph forms may be obtained from the Wireless office.

Complaints of incivility, carelessness or inattention on the part of any of the ship's staff should be immediately reported to the Purser or Chief Steward, and failing satisfaction to the Captain.

The Daily Mail Atlantic Edition giving the latest news by wireless and the closing prices on the London and New York Stock Exchanges, is published on board. The paper will be delivered each morning to the passenger's stateroom if an order is given to the Bedroom Steward.

Deck Chairs and Rugs may be hired on application to the Deck Steward. At the end of each voyage the rugs which have been in use are sent to the store and thoroughly cleaned before being re-issued.

Divine Service may be held (weather permitting) once every Sunday forenoon, and for those who so desire facilities are provided for the celebration of Mass.

Dogs and Cats cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of License can only be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog or cat is taken on board.

Dogs and Cats can only be carried by special arrangement being made with the Company prior to embarkation. Whilst on board they are not permitted in any of the public rooms or staterooms.

Drafts are issued, free of charge, payable in currency at any of the offices of the Company in the United States and Canada, and, similarly, drafts are issued in the United States and Canada payable at any of the Company's offices in the United Kingdom in sterling or at the Company's offices in Europe in the currency of the country on which they are drawn.

Information - If passengers are in doubt on any point appertaining to their ocean voyage, or railroad journey, they are advised to consult the Purser.

Kiosk- Passengers can obtain confectionery, fruit, toys, souvenirs, novels, postage stamps, etc., in the Kiosk.

Landing Cards - Passengers must obtain from the Purser a U.S. landing card. The hours at which these cards are obtainable will be posted on notice board. It should be noted that before leaving the vessel the holder must present this landing card to a U.S. Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

Library - Library books may be obtained on application to the Librarian. The books are issued free of charge.

Lifebelts must not be removed from staterooms, except in cases of extreme danger and necessity.

Meals

  • Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m.
  • Luncheon, 1 p.m.
  • Dinner, 7 p.m.

When two sittings are necessary, meals will be served as follows :

  • Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m.
  • Lunch, 1st sitting, 12:30 p.m.; 2nd sitting, 1:30 p.m.
  • Dinner, 1st sitting, 6:15 p.m. ; 2nd sitting, 7:30 p.m.

Passengers may reserve seats at table for the voyage on application to the Chief Steward. Meals cannot be served in cabins or on deck unless with the Surgeon's permission.

Children's Meals—Breakfast, 9 a.m.; Dinner, noon; Tea, 5 to 6 p.m.

Ports - Passengers are requested not to open the ports. The Stewards will do this whenever practicable.

Postage Stamps are on sale at Purser's Bureau and Kiosks. A notice will be displayed stating the latest time for posting mail matter on board. British stamps must be used for correspondence posted on the High Seas.

Rates:

  • Letters to United Kingdom and United States of America, 1 ½ d. for the first ounce and 1d. for each additional ounce.
  • Postcards,1 ½ d. each.

 

Railway and Steamer Time Tables may be consulted on application to the Librarian.

Recovery of U.S. Head Tax - To enable the refund of United States Head Tax to be secured, passengers who intend staying in the United States for less than sixty days must state so on Declaration Form at time of booking. They must also inform the Immigration Officer at the Port of Landing that they are returning within 60 days, and obtain from him Certificate Form 514.

It is also necessary for Transit Certificate Form 514 to be handed to the Company when completed, in time to allow same to be lodged with the American Authorities within 120 days of passenger's arrival in the United States.

Unless this regulation is complied with the Tax cannot be recovered.

Passengers who declare at the Port of Landing their intention of remaining in the United States for a period longer than 60 days will not bo refunded Head Tax by the United States Government, even although they eventually leave the country within the 60 days limit.

Redirection of Mail - Passengers who expect letters or parcels to be delivered to the ship after they have disembarked should leave their full names and addresses at the Bureau in order that their mail may be forwarded to them.

Return Bookings - The Purser and his staff will at all times be pleased to assist passengers to arrange their return passages, or to supply them with the name and address of the agent in the town to which they are proceeding.

Smoking - Cigarette smokers are requested to be careful when smoking on deck to see that cigarettes are extinguished before being thrown away. Children are not allowed in the Smoking Room.

Storage - The Company will undertake to store deck chairs and steamer trunks belonging to passengers at the owner's risk until they are required when returning. Chairs and trunks should have the owner's name painted on them, and they will not be re-shipped without instructions being sent to Baggage Master, Anchor Line, Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow. A description of the articles should be given, also the name of the steamer from which they were landed and date. No shawls, rugs. &c., to be attached to chairs. No charge for storage is made if the owners return by the Company's vessels. If chairs or trunks are forwarded by rail this is done at the owner's risk and expense.

Table-Seating - The Chief Steward has the arrangement of table-seating.

The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges for his service, subject to the approval of the Commander, to First Class, Cabin and Tourist Class passengers.

Nurses -Trained and qualified hospital nurses are carried. Their services, under the direction of the Surgeon, are at the passengers' disposal.

Through Bookings to Gibraltar, Marseilles, Egypt, and India -The Anchor Line steamers engaged in this service have excellent saloon accommodation. Full particulars as to fares, etc., on application.

CUSTOMS.—The following is a list of the principal articles which are subject to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs Authorities:— Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Wines, Liqueurs, Spirits, Perfumery, Sugar and Goods containing Sugar. Silk and Artificial Silk, Lace and Embroidery, Musical Instruments, Gramophones and Gramophone Records, Clocks, Watches, Cameras. Field and Opera Classes, Films. Wireless Sets and accessories, etc. S Reprints of Copyright Books and Music are subject to confiscation.

Valuables.—Money or valuables should not be exposed in staterooms. The Company will not be responsible for articles lost or stolen. Valuables may be deposited in a ship's safe, under the care of the Purser, free of charge.  Passengers are warned that they should not on any account part with money or valuables to any persons representing themselves as members of the ship's staff.

Wardrobe Trunks.—The attention of passengers is called to the fact that the steamer has a Baggage Room where trunks may be stored during the voyage. It is not always possible to have large wardrobe trunks placed in an accessible position in passenger staterooms.

 

WIRELESS TELEGRAPH RATES

SHIP TO SHORE MESSAGES

Via British Stations - For messages to the United Kingdom the rate is 11d. per word, inclusive of land line charges.

Via United States Stations – The rate via New York, Chatham, Mass., East Moriches, is 9d. per word, plus land line charges.

Via Canadian Station - -The rate via Louisburg, N.S., is 9d. per word, plus land line charges.

NOTE.—All charges must be prepaid. Every word in the address, text, and signature is counted and charged for.

Reserving Hotel Accommodation - By arrangement with certain hotels, messages reserving accommodation may be sent by passenger» free of charge. A list of these hotels is kept in the W.T. Office, and passengers should enquire there.

SHIP TO SHIP MESSAGES

The rate on ship to ship messages is 8d. per word,

WIRELESS LETTERS

A Wireless Letter consists of a message transmitted to a ship travelling in the opposite direction and posted on her arrival at destination by " Registered Post." These messages are only charged for at the rate of 5s. for the first twenty words with 2d. per additional word to a maximum of 100 words.

At certain times during the day a wireless operator is in attendance in the passenger quarters for the purpose of giving information and receiving messages for transmission.

Notices giving the time and place are displayed throughout the ship. At all times, however, passengers may conduct their business at the Wireless Office if they prefer to do so.

 

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