RMS Arabic Passenger List - 11 June 1909

Front Cover, White Star Line RMS Arabic Second Class Passenger List - 11 June 1909.

Front Cover, Second Class Passenger List for the RMS Arabic of the White Star Line, Departing Friday, 11 June 1909 from Liverpool to New York via Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain W. Finch. GGA Image ID # 13ba870dac

 

Passenger List includes a photograph of the RMS Arabic and a Warning Notice about Professional Gamblers. We have seen a number of similar notices, especially in White Star Line and Cunard passenger lists of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Typically, you would find one included with the First Class or Saloon lists. This is the first Second Class passenger list we ran across included a "Professional Gamblers" Warning Notice.

White Star Line Steamship SS Arabic

White Star Line Steamship SS Arabic

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: W. Finch (Lt. R.N.R.)
  2. Surgeon: A. V. Elder
  3. Purser: J. Rooney
  4. Chief Steward: G. Roberton

 

Warning! Professional Gamblers May Be Traveling in Second Class

Insert, Special Notice - Professional Gamblers

Insert, Special Notice - Professional Gamblers... Inserted into this passenger list.

 

Second Class Passengers

  1. Mr. James Airlie
  2. Mr. John Alderson
  3. Mrs. Alderson
  4. Miss Florrie Alderson
  5. Miss Clara H. Allen
  6. Mr. John J. Alnwick
  7. Mr. John T. Archibald
  8. Mrs. Archibald
  9. Mrs. Agnes Atkinson
  10. Mr. W. K. Bagnall
  11. Mrs. J. H. Bailey
  12. Mr. Frederick D. Barnes
  13. Mrs. Maria Bestwick
  14. Master H. Bestwick
  15. Master Harold Bestwick
  16. Master Frank Bestwick
  17. Mrs. Maria Bestwick and Infant
  18. Miss Lena Burman
  19. Mrs. Bestford
  20. Mrs. Anne L. Boulton
  21. Miss Dorothy Boulton
  22. Miss Anne Boulton
  23. Miss Beatrice A. Brown
  24. Miss Mary Bulcock
  25. Mr. George Bullock
  26. Mr. John Burnet
  27. Mr. Alfred Burton
  28. Mrs. Burton
  29. Mr. Ernest P. Butler
  30. Mr. John A. Caldwell
  31. Mrs. Caldwell
  32. Mr. Julius Calvert
  33. Mrs. P. H. Carroll
  34. Mr. Aaron Cohen
  35. Miss Mary E. Collings
  36. Mr. M. Collins
  37. M r. Elias Compton
  38. Miss Nellie A. Coniff
  39. Mr. Hugh Cosgrove
  40. Mrs. Rhoda Coulton
  41. Mr. Timothy Curran
  42. Mr. A. Cadman
  43. Master Patrick Curran
  44. Mrs. Ellie Curran
  45. Mr. Herbert Davies
  46. Mrs. Davies
  47. Master H. G. Davies
  48. Mies Florence Davies
  49. Miss Vera Davies
  50. Mr. William F. Ditch
  51. Mrs. Ditch
  52. Miss Gladys Ditch
  53. Miss Eileen Doyle
  54. Mr. Alfred Drakeford
  55. Mrs. Drakeford
  56. Miss Grace Drakeford
  57. Mr. Patrick Driscoll
  58. Miss Mary Duggan
  59. Mr. L. Rae Dunrobin
  60. Mr. Henry T. Durnford
  61. Mrs. E. Dyer
  62. Miss Violet Dyer
  63. Miss Olive Dyer
  64. Miss Jenny Dyer
  65. Mr. Percy Dyer
  66. Mrs. J. Earnshaw
  67. Miss Adelaide Earnshaw
  68. Mr. Lat Ellani
  69. Mr. John Everington
  70. Miss J. Everton
  71. Mr. Cabel Fathers
  72. Mr. William H. Fortune
  73. Mr. Thomas Gallahue
  74. Mrs. M. Galvin
  75. Master Timothy
  76. Galvin Mr. Gibson
  77. Mr. Albert Gittins
  78. Mr. A. S. Gray
  79. Mr. Hugh St. V. Grover
  80. Mr. Clem Hackney
  81. Mrs. Sallie E. Hackney
  82. Miss Emma Hackney
  83. Miss Clementina Hackney
  84. Master Henry Hackney
  85. Miss Sallie Hackney
  86. Master John Hackney
  87. Mrs. Bridget Hade
  88. Miss Patricia Hade
  89. Mr. Williaim Hade
  90. Mr. E. J. Hall
  91. Mr. Cornwall Hart
  92. Mr. Claude Hart
  93. Miss Isabella. Hart
  94. Miss Margaret Harten
  95. Mr. Edgar Hartley
  96. Miss Margaret Hartley
  97. Mr. George A. Hill
  98. Miss Margaret Horgan
  99. Mr. Abdul Hosein
  100. Mr. Novel Muck
  101. Mr. Edward A. Hull
  102. Mrs. Emma Hunt
  103. Mr. Henry Isaacs
  104. Miss Annie Isaacs
  105. Mr. William Izzard
  106. Mr. William H. James
  107. Mrs. James
  108. Master William H. James
  109. Mr. James Jardin
  110. Mrs. May Jardin
  111. Mrs. H. S. Jones
  112. Miss Marjorie L. Jones
  113. Mr. D. A. Kapitzke
  114. Mr. C. Kermond
  115. Mrs. Kermond
  116. Mr. H. Kermond
  117. Mrs. Margaret King
  118. Mrs. Jennie Kremer
  119. Master Lionel Kremer
  120. Mr. H. Landless
  121. Mrs. R. A. Lane
  122. Miss Dorothy Lane
  123. Miss Ethel A. I. Lane
  124. Miss Ruth Lattimore
  125. Mr. Julius Lester
  126. Mrs. Annie Lewis
  127. Miss Rose Lewis
  128. Miss Ethel Lewis
  129. Mr. Albert Licence
  130. Mr. Rudolph Lober
  131. Mr. A. H. Ludwig
  132. Mrs. Ludwig
  133. Master E. A. Ludwig
  134. Mr. E. L. Macabee
  135. Mrs. Macabee
  136. Master Fabian Macabee
  137. Master Cedin Macabee
  138. Miss Elaine Macabee
  139. Mr. Robert MacNaughton
  140. Mr. Thomas Martin
  141. Mr. James Martin
  142. Mr. Michael McCann
  143. Mr. James McCann
  144. Mr. Charles McGovern
  145. Mrs. McGovern
  146. Mr. Chajem Migden
  147. Mr. E. J. Moulton
  148. Mrs. Moulton
  149. Master Fred Moulton
  150. Master William Moulton
  151. Mr. William Muirhead
  152. Miss Wilhehmena Myatti
  153. Mr. A. Oakley
  154. Mr. Percy O'Connor
  155. Mr. Thomas O'Brien
  156. Mrs. Parr Miss Parr
  157. Mr. A. Percy
  158. Mrs. Mary Pond
  159. Mr. Alfred Potvin
  160. Mr. Albert E. Pugh
  161. Mr. D. J. Quinn
  162. Mrs. Quinn
  163. Mr. D. G. Radcliffe
  164. Mr. Eugene Randolph
  165. Mr. Saul Rosin
  166. Mrs. Rose Rosin
  167. Miss Janet Rosin
  168. Master Jack Rosin
  169. Miss Bertha Rosin
  170. Miss Leon Rosin
  171. Mr. Edward Scanlon
  172. Mr. Saul Schwartz
  173. Mr. Albert S. Scott
  174. Miss Lucy Slater
  175. Mr. Ernest Smith
  176. Mrs. Smith
  177. Mr. Joseph Smythe
  178. Rev. Joseph E. Spencer
  179. Mr. Roland E. Stephenson
  180. Mr. George Stewart
  181. Mr. W. H. Stone
  182. Mr. Charles Sweigle
  183. Mrs. Sweigle
  184. Mr. J. W. Thompson
  185. Mrs. Lillian D. Thorne
  186. Mr. Frank Thorne
  187. Master Kenneth Thorne
  188. Miss Florence Trevelion
  189. Mr. David Uzell
  190. Mrs. Uzell
  191. Mr. Arthur Wade
  192. Miss Elizabeth H. Wade
  193. Mr. Albert Wade
  194. Mrs. Wade
  195. Miss Minnie Wade
  196. Master Norman Wade
  197. Mr. James Wardrope
  198. Mrs. Edith Whitehead
  199. Miss Rebecca Whitehead
  200. Master Leonard Whitehead
  201. Mr. Joseph Whittaker
  202. Miss Whittaker
  203. Mrs. E. Whorldall
  204. Miss M. H. Whorldall
  205. Mr. William Willetts
  206. Mrs. Florence Williams
  207. Miss Irene Williams
  208. Mrs. E. A. Winstone
  209. Mrs. Eunice Worsley
  210. Mrs. Eliza Wright

 

Photograph of the SS Arabic of the White Star Line.

Photograph of the SS Arabic of the White Star Line. Back Cover of the SS Arabic Passenger List, 11 June 1909. GGA Image ID # 1e4a823458

 

Information for Passengers

Meal Hours.—Breakfast, 8 am. Dinner, 12:30 p.m. Tea, 5:30 p.m.

Bar opens at 8 am and closes at 10:30 pm.

Lights.—The lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 pm and in the Smoke Room at midnight.

Smoking is strictly prohibited in any State Rooms, Library, or Dining Saloon

Library.—Books can be obtained by applying to the Library Steward.

Postage Stamps can be obtained from the Saloon Steward in the Dining Saloon, who will take charge of Cable Dispatches and Telegrams for transmission from Queenstown.

Meals are not permitted to be served in the Library.

Second-class Passengers are not allowed on the First or Third Class Decks.

Valuables.—The White Star Line has provided a safe in the office of the Purser in which Passengers may deposit money, jewels, or ornaments for safekeeping. "The Company will not be liable to Passengers for the loss of money, jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject in each case to the approval of the Commander, for treating passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness developed on board, no charge will be made, and medicine will be free in all circumstances.

The Purser is prepared for the convenience of Passengers to exchange a limited amount of English and American money. He will allow $4.80 to £1 when giving American money for English currency or £1 to $4.95 when giving English for American money.

All Southampton-Cherbourg-Queenstown-New York, Liverpool-Queenstown-New York, and Liverpool-Queenstown-Boston Mail and Passenger Steamers of the White Star Line are fitted with the Marconi Wireless system of Telegraphy, and messages for dispatch should be handed to the Pursers.

Travelers' Cheques, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the White Star Line. These Cheques are accepted on board White Star steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REGULATIONS.

Books, libraries, usual and reasonable furniture, and similar household effects of persons or families from foreign countries, all the preceding, if used abroad by them not less than one year, and not intended for any other person or persons, nor for sale, are free.

Wearing apparel, articles of personal adornment, toilet articles, and similar personal effects of persons arriving in the United States are free. Still, this exemption shall only include such articles as accompany and are in the use of, and as are necessary and appropriate for the wear and use of such persons, for the immediate purposes of the journey and present comfort and convenience, and shall not be held to apply to merchandise or articles intended for other persons or for sale: Provided. That in case of residents of the United States returning from abroad, all wearing apparel and other personal effects taken by them out of the United States to foreign countries shall be admitted free of duty, without regard to their value, upon their identity being established, under appropriate rules and regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary, of the Treasury.

Still, up to one hundred dollars in value of articles purchased abroad by such residents of the United States shall be admitted free of duty upon their return.

All dutiable goods should be declared to the Staff Officer on board and entered on the blanks provided for that purpose, as they are subject, if not so declared, to seizure and confiscation, and the passenger knowingly offending is liable to fine and imprisonment.

Whenever any article subject to duty is found in the baggage of any person arriving within the United States which was not declared, such article shall be forfeited. The person whose baggage it is found shall be liable to a penalty of treble the value of such article.

Penalty for smuggling or aiding in the smuggling of any dutiable articles, or bribery of Customs Officials, a fine not exceeding Five Thousand Dollars ($5000), imprisonment not exceeding two years, or both.

 

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