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Passenger List, Allan Line, R.M.S. Virginian, 28 April 1911

Second Cabin Passenger List for the R.M.S. Virginian of the Allan Line, Departing 28 April 1911 from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal, Commanded by Captain J. T. Gambell.

List of Second Cabin Passengers

Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers
R.M.S. Virginian

Captain J. T. Gambell
From Liverpool To Québec & Montréal
Friday, 28 April 1911

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain : J. T. Gambell
  2. Chief Officer : A. Ogilvie
  3. Purser : J. Stewart
  4. Surgeon : Dr. J. Trumbull
  5. Chief Engineer : Geo. Halbert
  6. Chief Steward : J. Blackley
  7. Stewardess : Mrs. Roberts
  8. Second Cabin Steward : F. Hessler
  9. Second Cabin Stewardess : Mrs. McCarthy

Second Cabin Passengers

Passenger List, Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers, R.M.S. Virginian 1911

(Passenger Room-Berth)

  1. Mr. A. J. Abbott 79-N/A
  2. Mrs. Abbott 79-N/A
  3. Miss Abbott 77-3
  4. Mr. J. F. Abrahams 116-3
  5. Mrs. Abrahams 115-3
  6. Miss Alderson 60-1
  7. Miss E. A. Alderson 60-2
  8. Pastor R. Alexander 117-2
  9. Mr. Alway 104-4
  10. Miss O. Allen 105-4
  11. Mr. H. Allgood 43-3
  12. Mr. S. H. Anderson 66-2
  13. Miss M. E. Anderson 142-3
  14. Mrs. L. Andrew 119-3
  15. Mrs. M. Andrew 119-4
  16. Mrs. Armstrong 149-5
  17. Master Armstrong 149-6
  18. Mr. E. Ashworth 78-3
  19. Miss G. Ashworth 96-2
  20. Mr. T. G. Avill 118-4
  21. Mr. A. Barker 109-3
  22. Mr. H. H. Barnard 112-3
  23. Mr. J. Battersby 120-N/A
  24. Mrs. Battersby 120-N/A
  25. Miss Battersby 120-N/A
  26. Miss E. Bates 132-3
  27. Miss A. Baxter 48-1
  28. Mr. A. T. Bennett 108-3
  29. Miss Bevan 54-2
  30. Mrs. S. E. Bingham 96-1
  31. Mrs. H. Birrell 52-4
  32. Mr. Black 141-3
  33. Mr. Black, Jr. 141-4
  34. Mrs. Black 147-1
  35. Miss Black 147-2
  36. Mrs. J. Blaycock 134-1
  37. Mr. G. E. Bodin 111-2
  38. Miss G. Bolger 116A-3
  39. Mr. J. Bond 102-1
  40. Mr. G. Bough 64-3
  41. Miss W. Bowles 59-2
  42. Mr. A. J. Box 112-4
  43. Mr. T. W. Brindley 103-4
  44. Mrs. H. E. Brooker 135-1
  45. Master Brooker 135-2
  46. Master E. Brooker 135-3
  47. Miss M. Brooks 85-2
  48. Mr. J. Brown 111-1
  49. Mr. G. C. Bruce 161-3
  50. Mr. J. N. Buckett 106-3
  51. Miss B. Buckhurst 134-2
  52. Mrs. B. Bullough 162-1
  53. Miss Bullough 162-2
  54. Mr. J. F. Burnett 128A-3
  55. Miss E. Butcher 86-3
  56. Mr. R. Butter 112-1
  57. Mr. T. H. Cadman 126-1
  58. Mr. N. Chamberlain 91-1
  59. Miss F. Cheetham 94-4
  60. Mrs. Chorley 144-N/A
  61. Miss Chorley 144-N/A
  62. Miss F. Chorley 144-N/A
  63. Master Chorley 144-N/A
  64. Miss H. E. Clare 125A-1
  65. Mr. H. Clay 138-3
  66. Mrs. Clay 136-4
  67. Mrs. A. A. Clayton 132-4
  68. Mr. H. S. Cloake 122A-4
  69. Mr. E. A. Coates 150-4
  70. Mr. J. Colhoun 117-3
  71. Mr. R. Colhoun 117-4
  72. Mr. W. C. Cooper 111-4
  73. Mrs. A. M. Cooper 121-3
  74. Miss Cooper 121-4
  75. Mr. A. Cornes 139-4
  76. Mrs. Cornes 142-4
  77. Miss M. A. Cowin 82-2
  78. Mr. W. D. Cox 161-4
  79. Mrs. Cox 162-3 and Child 162-4
  80. Mr. R. W. Craig 114-4
  81. Mr. A. Croasdale 138-4
  82. Mrs. Croasdale 59-3
  83. Mr. W. H. Crockford 125-2
  84. Mrs. Crockford 135-5
  85. Mr. S. Crowe 81-2
  86. Mr. T. J. Dales 104-1
  87. Mr. C. Dales 104-2
  88. Mr. T. W. Dalkin 126-3
  89. Mr. T. Dann 91-2
  90. Mr. A. W. Dawson 118-1
  91. Miss J. Dawson 137-3
  92. Miss L. G. Day 77-2
  93. Mrs. A. Deacon 132-1
  94. Miss Deacon 132-2
  95. Miss F. Dean 48-2
  96. Rev. A. G. Deedes 42-4
  97. Miss J. Denham 117A-3
  98. Mr. T. S. Dickinson 102-2
  99. Mr. G. E. Dickinson 102-4
  100. Mr. C. Dobson 49 N/A
  101. Mrs. Dobson 49 N/A
  102. Mr. C. H. Drinkwater 146-2
  103. Rev. W. B. Drake 42-1
  104. Miss M. Draper 105-2
  105. Miss E. K. Drayton 56-2
  106. Mr. P. Dufeli 111-6
  107. Miss A. Duncan 47-3
  108. Mr. J. S. Dyer 116-4
  109. Mrs. Dyer 115-4
  110. Mr. J. Eastwood 118-2
  111. Mr. J. Edgar 139-3
  112. Mrs. Edgar 142-1 Infant and Child 142-2
  113. Miss J. Edgar 65-2
  114. Mr. F. Ellis 106-1
  115. Mr. J. Ellis 106-2
  116. Miss C. R. Emery 123-1
  117. Miss E. Emslie 88-3
  118. Miss L. Evans 60-3
  119. Mr. T. Farnworth 102-3
  120. Miss A. Featherby 153-4
  121. Mr. D. Fenton 55-2
  122. Mr. R. Fenwick 90-N/A
  123. Mr. J. W. Fenwick 90-N/A
  124. Mr. R. Fenwick 90-N/A
  125. Mr. G. B. Fenwick 90-N/A
  126. Mrs. Fenwick 92-1
  127. Miss Fenwick 92-2
  128. Mr. T. Ferguson 127 N/A
  129. Mrs. Ferguson 127 N/A
  130. Mr. V. Fielding 109-1
  131. Mrs. Fielding 110-1
  132. Mrs. E. M. Fleming 46-2
  133. Miss W. Fleming 119-5
  134. Miss A. Fletcher 70-1
  135. Mr. G. F. Fortune 43-1
  136. Miss A. I. Fox 107-1
  137. Mr. G. Foy 66-3
  138. Mrs. Foy 65-3
  139. Mrs. N. G. Francis 41-1
  140. Miss Francis 41-2
  141. Master Francis 41-3
  142. Mr. J. Gavin 84-4
  143. Miss E. German 47-4
  144. Mrs. Gibson 72-1
  145. Mr. R. Gillespie 125-4
  146. Mr. A. Gittens 93-2
  147. Mr. J R. Gittens 93-4
  148. Mrs. Glen 62-2
  149. Miss Glen 62-3
  150. Mrs. R. Glen 62-4
  151. Mr. R. B. Glen 64-4
  152. Mrs. Glenn 67-1
  153. Master Glenn 67-2
  154. Master D. Glenn 67-3
  155. Mr. G. W. Godfrey 97-4
  156. Mr. R, Golphin 122
  157. Mrs. Golphin 122
  158. Master Golphin 122
  159. Miss Golphin 122
  160. Miss E. Goodall 70-3
  161. Mr. F. Goode 117-1
  162. Mr. W. E. Goodman 133A-1
  163. Miss R. Gosden 137-2
  164. Mr. W. Graham 78-1
  165. Miss Graham 77-1
  166. Mr. T. H. Grant 128A-1
  167. Mr. M. L. Green 133A-4
  168. Mr. A. Griffiths 113 6
  169. Mr. H. Guest 129-4
  170. Mrs. Haggar 82-3
  171. Mr. A. Haigh 133
  172. Mrs. Haigh 133
  173. Miss E. Halk 134-3
  174. Mr. Haman 91-4
  175. Mr. R. Hamilton 113 7
  176. Mr. H. Harrison 150-5
  177. Miss A. Harvey 131A-1
  178. Mr. F. Hassall 138-1
  179. Mr. S. W. Hayward N/A N/A
  180. Mrs. Hayward N/A N/A
  181. Mrs. A. Head 149 and Infant
  182. Mr. H. Heathcote 114-6
  183. Mr. C. A. Henderson 114-5
  184. Mr. R. Hewitt 148-4
  185. Miss A. Hibberson 48-3
  186. Mr. W. Higgins 124A-1
  187. Mr. G. Higgins 124A-2
  188. Mr. J. E. Hill 113-2
  189. Miss E. J. Hind 117A-2
  190. Mr. F. Hipkin 152-4
  191. Mr. W. H. L. Hitchcock 66-1
  192. Mr. V. M. Hobday 100-2
  193. Master Hobday 100-3
  194. Mrs. Hobday 99
  195. Mr. T. Hogg 126-2
  196. Mr. C. Holgate 139-1
  197. Mr. R. Holgate 139-2
  198. Mr. H. Holloway 103-3
  199. Mrs. H. Holmes 151-2 and Two Children 151-3 & 151-4
  200. Mrs. J. H. Hooker 151-1
  201. Mr. E. Hopper 89
  202. Mrs. Hopper 89
  203. Miss Hopper 89
  204. Miss E. Hopper 89
  205. Miss D. Hormbrook 119-6
  206. Miss E. G. Horner 70-1
  207. Miss N. House 137-1
  208. Mr. R. W. Hunt 125-1
  209. Mr. H. Inman 146-3
  210. Mr. J. E. Irwin 116-2
  211. Mrs. Irwin 115-2
  212. Mr. R. J. Jackson 113-8
  213. Mrs. A. Jackson 135-6
  214. Miss E. B. Jeal 88-1
  215. Mr. R. Johnson 146-1
  216. Mrs. L. Johnson 145-1
  217. Master J. H. Johnson 145-2
  218. Mrs. E. Johnson 149-2 and Child 149-3
  219. Mr. H. Johnson 122A-2
  220. Mrs. Johnson 121-1
  221. Mrs. L. Johnstone 83-3 and Two Infants 83-4
  222. Mr. Jordan 124A-3
  223. Miss E. M. Kellett 115-1
  224. Mr. Keeley 68-1
  225. Miss Kidd 116A-1
  226. Miss Kidd 116A-2
  227. Mr. R. Kirkham 114-7
  228. Miss F. E. Lake 134-4
  229. Mr. A. Langford 150-2
  230. Mr. W. Lee 64-2
  231. Mr. E. Lemaistre 97-2
  232. Mr. A. Littlechild 71-3
  233. Mr. G. Lobenchuss 55-3
  234. Mr. W. Logan 111-5
  235. Mrs. Logan 151-5
  236. Miss Low 140-3
  237. Miss M. R. S. Low 140-4
  238. Mr. J. T. Lowe 150-1
  239. Miss H. M. Lowe 60-4
  240. Mrs. E. Lownds 159-3 and Infant 159-4
  241. Mr. J. F. Luce 93-3
  242. Mr. T. Lyons 150-3
  243. Mr. J. Malzard 97-3
  244. Mr. F. Marriott 98-1
  245. Mrs. Marriott 94-1
  246. Miss Marriott 94-2
  247. Miss E. Marriott 94-3
  248. Miss A. Marsland 52-1
  249. Mrs. Marsland 52-2 Child and Infant 52-3
  250. Mr. W. Martin 138-2
  251. Mr. J. Martin 113-3
  252. Mr. R. H. Martin 113-4
  253. Mrs. H. Martin 136-1
  254. Miss Martin 136-2
  255. Mrs. 1. Martin 44-1
  256. Mr. G. J. Martin 125-3
  257. Miss L. Mason 47-2
  258. Mr. H. Matthews 148 5
  259. Mr. R. McDougall 148-2
  260. Mr. J. C. McKaig 95
  261. Mrs. McKaig 95
  262. Miss M. McKeon 61-1
  263. Miss C. M. McLeod 61-1
  264. Mr. J. McNally 66-4
  265. Mr. E. F. M. McQueen 42-2
  266. Miss H. Milner 65-1
  267. Mrs. E. Moss 145-3
  268. Miss Moss 145-4
  269. Miss Muskett 83-2
  270. Mr. J. Nelson 152-2
  271. Mrs. Nelson 153-2
  272. Miss E. M. Newbold 56-3
  273. Mrs. E. A. Newton 87
  274. Miss Newton 87
  275. Miss 5. Nicholson 117A-4
  276. Mr. J. Nield 103-2
  277. Mr. A. Nightingale 152-1
  278. Mrs. Nightingale 153-1
  279. Mr. J. Oatridge 150 6
  280. Mrs. Oatridge 149-4
  281. Miss L. O. Oldershaw 96-3
  282. Mr. Orange 69
  283. Mr. J. Orange 69
  284. Mr. W. Orange 69
  285. Mr. A. Orange 69
  286. Mrs. M. Orange 72-2
  287. Miss Orange 72-3
  288. Miss M. Orange 72-4
  289. Master H. Orange 71-1
  290. Master G. Orange 71-2
  291. Mr. H. Osborne 84-2
  292. Mr. J. W. Oxer 161-1
  293. Mrs. Oxer 159-1 and Child 159-2
  294. Mrs. E. Packman 140-1
  295. Mr. T. Paltridge 57
  296. Mrs. Paltridge 57
  297. Mrs. Partington 124-2
  298. Mr. W. Partridge 104-3
  299. Mrs. S. Partridge 48-4
  300. Miss Paxton NA-N/A
  301. Miss E. Pearson 56-1
  302. Miss L. Pearson 56-4
  303. Mr. M. Pechey 158-1
  304. Rev. H. C. Thursby Peltham 133A-2
  305. Miss A. M. Phillips 82-4
  306. Mr. C. Pickford 111-3
  307. Mr. L. Pickles 109-4
  308. Mr. S. Poliinger 133A-3
  309. Mr. C. A. Porter 141-1
  310. Miss V. Porter 144-4
  311. Mr. R. Porter 152-3
  312. Lt.-General B. H. Pottinger 100-1
  313. Miss A. Preece 59-1
  314. Mrs. J. Prescott 160-N/A
  315. Miss Prescott 160-N/A
  316. Master Prescott 160-N/A
  317. Master H. Prescott 160-N/A
  318. Miss G. Prescott 160-N/A
  319. Miss K. Prosser 88-4
  320. Mr. J. E. Rann 116-1
  321. Master Raymond 92-3
  322. Mr. O. Raymond 91-3
  323. Mr. J. Reid 128A-2
  324. Miss Reid 131A-2
  325. Miss E. J. Reid 131A-3
  326. Miss M. E. Reid 131A-4
  327. Mr. A. Renault 97-1
  328. Miss C. Renwick 151-6
  329. Mr. H. V. Richardson 161-2
  330. Mr. J. Ridyard 129-2
  331. Mr. F. Ridyard 129-3
  332. Mr. W. Rimmer 114 0
  333. Mr. H. Roberts 63
  334. Mrs. Roberts 63
  335. Miss Roberts 63
  336. Miss B. Roberts 63
  337. Mr. J. T. Roberts 158-4
  338. Miss I. J. Robson 117A-1
  339. Mr. T. Rose 114-1
  340. Mr. F. Rose 114-2
  341. Miss F. Rowden 137-4
  342. Mr. G. L. Rowlands 108-1
  343. Mr. F. Rowley 112-2
  344. Mrs. Rowley 123-3 and Two Children 123-4
  345. Miss I. Scales 121-2
  346. Mrs. E. Schofield 116A-4
  347. Mrs. E. Schofield 147-3
  348. Mr. R. Seed 105-1
  349. Mrs. Seed 105-1
  350. Mr. Sharman 80-N/A
  351. Mrs. Sharman 80-N/A
  352. Miss Sharman 80-N/A
  353. Master Sharman 80-N/A
  354. Mr. R. Sharrock 142-5
  355. Master Sharrock 142-6
  356. Miss M. Sharrock 153-3
  357. Mrs. E. Shaw 135-4
  358. Mrs. S. A. Shaw 110-4
  359. Mr. P. Shearer 148-3
  360. Mr. J. H. Simpson 45
  361. Mrs. Simpson 45
  362. Miss Simpson 45
  363. Miss G. Simpson 45
  364. Mr. G. Sinabaldi 158-2
  365. Mrs. S. J. Sinfield 86-1
  366. Miss Sinfield 86-2
  367. Mr. W. F. Sinton 50-N/A
  368. Mrs. Sinton 50-N/A
  369. Master Sinton 50-N/A
  370. Master K. L. Sinton 50-N/A
  371. Master F. Sinton 50-N/A
  372. Mr. G. W. H. Skinner 108-4
  373. Mr. N. Smith 78-2
  374. Mrs. M. Smith 140-2
  375. Mr. P. Smith 129-1
  376. Mrs. J. Smith 130A-1
  377. Miss Smith 130A-2
  378. Mr. J. Smith 109-2
  379. Mrs. Smith 110-2
  380. Mr. T. Smitton 98-4
  381. Mrs. Snead 101-2
  382. Master J. Snead 101-4
  383. Miss M. M. Souter 61-2
  384. Master Souter 61-3
  385. Master J. Souter 61-4
  386. Mr. A. H. Sparks 113-5
  387. Mr. G. Spark 43-4
  388. Mr. C. W. Spencer 55-1
  389. Mrs. Spencer 54-3
  390. Miss Spencer 54-4
  391. Mr. A. E. Spening 106-4
  392. Miss M. Spooner 123-2
  393. Miss C. Stables 85-1
  394. Miss D. Stammers 105-3
  395. Miss A. Stephenson 65-4
  396. Miss L. Stoddart 124-3
  397. Mrs. K. Stolba 119-7 and Child 119-8
  398. Miss M. Strickland 92-4
  399. Mrs. J. Stuart 44-2
  400. Mr. W. Suffolk 71-4
  401. Mr. G. Sumby 114-3
  402. Mr. T. Sumner 68-2
  403. Mr. M. L. Sussex 126-1
  404. Mrs. Swales 107-2
  405. Miss Swales 107-3
  406. Miss W. Swales 107-4
  407. Mr. C. H. Swann 158-3
  408. Miss Talbot 119-1
  409. Miss B. Talbot 119-2
  410. Miss M. A. Tanner 88-2
  411. Mr. R. E. Taylor 98-2
  412. Miss A. Taylor 147-4
  413. Mr. T. Taylor 131
  414. Mrs. Taylor 131
  415. Mr. F. Thewlis 122A-1
  416. Mr. G. W. Thompson 127-3
  417. Master Thompson 127-4
  418. Mr. R. Thompson 127A
  419. Mrs. Thompson 127A
  420. Miss Thompson 127A
  421. Miss M. Thompson 127A
  422. Master Thompson 127A
  423. Mr. G. E. Thompson 146-4
  424. Mr. R. D. Thomson 68-3
  425. Miss M. L. S. Thomson 70-2
  426. Mrs. F. Thorpe 143-1 and Two Children
  427. Miss D. A. Tilbury 124-4
  428. Mr. G. Tinker 98-3
  429. Mrs. Townsend 101-1
  430. Miss Townsend 101-3
  431. bliss L. Trafford 67-4
  432. Miss S. Trotter 54-1
  433. Mr. S. A. Turner 78-4
  434. Mr. J . W. Twyman 113-1
  435. Mrs. J. Tynan 85-3
  436. Master Tynan 85-4
  437. Miss M. W. Urquhart 125A-2
  438. Mrs. Voisey 47-1
  439. Mr. A. Wadsworth 118-3
  440. Mr. J. C. Waggitt 130
  441. Mrs. Waggitt 130
  442. Mr. M. Wagner 55-4
  443. Mr. N. Walker 126-4
  444. Miss V. A. Walker 136-3
  445. Miss A. Wallis 86-4
  446. Mrs. A. J. Wannop 163
  447. Miss Wannop 163
  448. Master Wannop 163
  449. Master W. H. Wannop 163
  450. Mr. W. Watkins 128-1
  451. Mrs. Watkins 128-1
  452. Miss Watkins 128-1
  453. Mr. J. S. Watson 141-2
  454. Miss N. Weeden 130A-3
  455. Miss L. Weeks 77-4
  456. Miss M. Welsby 46-1
  457. Mr. S. West 84-3
  458. Mr. H. West 58 --1
  459. Mrs. West 58 --1
  460. Miss West 58 --1
  461. Miss F. M. West 130A-4
  462. Mr. C. Wheeler 122A-3
  463. Mr. C. M. White 68-4
  464. Mrs. Wilcox -N/A-N/A
  465. Rev. R. H. I. Williams 42-3
  466. Miss M. A. Williams 124-1
  467. Mr. J. Wilkin 81-1
  468. Mr. J. W. Wilks 81-4
  469. Miss H. L. Willington 62-1
  470. Mr. J. Willington 64-1
  471. Miss M. Willis 41-4
  472. Mr. H. Willis 43-2
  473. Mr. A. Wilson 128A-4
  474. Mrs. L. E. Wilson 59-4
  475. Mr. Wilson 81-3
  476. Mr. A. Wineberg 108-2
  477. Mr. J. Wod 84-1
  478. Mrs. Wood 82-1
  479. Mr. W. Woods 148-6
  480. Mr. F. Wright 148-1
  481. Mr. F. Wright 124A-4
  482. Miss M. A. Yates 110-3

Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers.
Dominion Square, Montreal, Canada.
Weekly Sailings to Canada,
From Liverpool, Glasgow, and London.

Information for Second Cabin Passengers.

Meal Serving Times
Meal First Sitting Second Sitting
Breakfast 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
Luncheon 12:30 noon 1:30 p.m.
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Cablegrams and Telegrams should be handed to the Purser or his assistant.

The Saloon Steward will, on application, supply Stamps, Telegraph Forms, Books of Reference, and Railway Time Tables of the principal Companies.

Physician An experienced Physician is attached to the steamer, and is authorized to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Commander, for treating- any Passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness contracted on board, no charge will be made and medicine will be provided free.

Baggage Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Third Officer, who is the Ship's Baggage Master. Trunks or Rugs which Passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company, should be properly labelled and handed to the Baggage Master on the wharf at Liverpool or Montreal, and such articles will be stored entirely at owner's risk. It is necessary for Passengers themselves to see all their Baggage passed by the Customs Authorities on landing.

Deck Chairs A limited number of Deck Chairs are placed on deck for Passengers' use, free of charge. Passengers desiring exclusive use of chair can have same by payment of 3/-.

Valuables It is desirable that valuables and money should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responsibility -for loss or damage, however arising, but Passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Other Charges and Fees Passengers are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company's Form, for any additional Passage Money or extra baggage charges paid on board.

Wireless Telegram Rates
(Subject To Alteration.)

Allan Line Passenger Steamers are fitted with Marconi's System of Wireless Telegraphy.

The Distance at which Passengers by these steamers may expect to be able to communicate with shore stations in the United Kingdom and in the St. Lawrence is, approximately, one hundred miles.

The Turbine Steamers " Victorian" and " Virginian " are fitted with Marconi's Long Distance Receiving apparatus, and Passengers by these steamers will have the further advantage of being, in the ordinary course, afforded an opportunity of Receiving messages during the whole passage across the Atlantic, the charge for such messages being at the rate of 3 shillings (3s.) per word.

Allan Line Daily News

These two steamers will receive, every day they are at sea during the summer season, a daily service of news, recording the most important events in all parts of the world, which will be printed and published on board in the form of the "Allan Line Daily News.' The price will be One Penny per copy.

Canada.—The Minimum Marconi Rate via Quebec, Groose Isle and Father Point, or through the medium of a passing Steamer and one of these stations, is 2 shillings 1 penny (2s. 1d.) for ten words, Each extra word 1 1/2 pennies (1 1/2 d.); text only counted; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Minimum Marconi rate via Clarke City, Fame Point, Heath Point, Whittle Rocks, Point Rich, Point Amour, Belle Isle, Cape Ray, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, is 4 shillings 2 pennies (4s. 2d.) for ten words ; each extra word 3 pennies (3d.) ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Minimum Marconi Rate via St. John and Halifax, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, is 8 shillings 4 pennies (8s. 4d) for ten words ; each extra word additional ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Minimum Marconi Rate through the Cape Race Station, or through the medium of a passing steamer and this Station, is 12 shillings 6 pennies (12s. 6d.) for ten words ; each extra word 9 pennies (9d.) ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Minimum Marconi Rate via Sable Island and Cape Sable, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, is 16 shillings 8 pennies (16s. 8d.) or ten words, each extra word 1 shilling (1s.) ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

United Kingdom.—The Minimum Marconi Rate via Malin Head, or other station in the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is 10 pennies (10d.) per word ; every word in address, text, and signature counted ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

Ship To Ship.—Minimum rate is 8 pennies (8d.) per word ; every word in address, text, and signature counted, and all charges must be prepaid.

Marconi's Wireless telegrams for transmission to Passengers on trans-Atlantic liners fitted with Marconi apparatus received at the offices of the Compagnie Francais Maritime et Coloniale 'de Telegraphic Sans Fil (système Marconi), 35, Boulevard des Capucines, opposite Rue Scribe, Paris, where all information can be obtained.

April 1911 Westbound Voyage - R.M.S. Virginian

  • Date of Voyage: 1911 April 28
  • Vessel: Virginian
  • Class: Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: United Kingdom to Canada
  • Ports of Call: Glasgow » Quebec » Montreal
  • Port Codes: LPL-YQB-YMQ
  • Captain: Gavin Hamilton, Commander
  • Number of Printed Pages: 22
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Second Cabin Passengers: 482 + 11 Children + 6 Infants
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 9
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 12 x 18.9 cm
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Photo - RMS Virginian Title Page Weekly Sailings To Canada Wireless Telegram Rates
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