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Passenger List, Allan Line, R.M.S. Victorian, 10 September 1913

Second Class Passenger List for the R.M.S. Victorian of the Allan Line, Departing 10 September 1913 from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal, Commanded by Captain John Williams.

List of Second Class Passengers

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

Captain John Williams
From Liverpool To Quebec & Montreal
Wednesday, 10 September 1913

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: John Williams
  2. Chief Officer: A. Freer
  3. Purser: R. Green
  4. Surgeon: J. Winder. M.D
  5. Chief Engineer: A. Gillespie
  6. Chief Steward: R. Yates
  7. Stewardess: Mrs. Kennedy
  8. Second Cabin Steward: HY. Monkhouse
  9. Second Cabin Stewardess: Mrs. Casement

List of Second Class Passangers

Front Cover, Passenger List, September 1913, R.M.S. Victorian, Allan Line

  1. Mr. W. Ackers
    (Room 131 ; Berth 4)
  2. Miss Adin
    (Room 85 ; Berth 3)
  3. Mrs. R. Albrough
    (Room 162 ; Berth 1)
  4. Master Albrough
    (Room 162 ; Berth 2)
  5. Mrs. R. Aldridge
    (Room 123 ; Berth 3)
  6. Miss Armstrong
    (Room 104 ; Berth 4)
  7. Mrs. H. Ashton
    (Room 151 ; Berth 3)
  8. Master Ashton
    (Room 151 ; Berth 4)
  9. Mr. J. Baird
    (Room 87 ; Berth 1)
  10. Mrs. J. Bairstow
    (Room 142 ; Berth 3)
  11. Mr. S. B. Barnard
    (Room 89 ; Berth 2)
  12. Mrs. Barnard
    (Room 96 ; Berth 1)
  13. Miss Barnes
    (Room 152 ; Berth 2)
  14. Miss Bateman
    (Room 160 ; Berth 3)
  15. Mrs. E. Beaumont
    (Room 148 ; Berth 5)
    and Child
    (Room 148 ; Berth 6)
  16. Mr. H. Beech
    (Room 90 ; Berth 1)
  17. Miss Beert
    (Room 154 ; Berth 1)
  18. Miss Bell
    (Room 115 ; Berth 2)
  19. Mr. A. Beyer
    (Room 130 ; Berth — 1)
  20. Mrs. Beyer
    (Room 130 ; Berth — 1)
  21. Miss Beyer
    (Room 130 ; Berth — 1)
  22. Mr. J. H. Billings
    (Room 97 ; Berth 1)
  23. Mrs. Billings
    (Room 100 ; Berth 1)
  24. Mr. P. H. Bolton
    (Room 128 ; Berth -)
  25. Mrs. Bolton
    (Room 128 ; Berth —)
  26. Miss Bolton
    (Room 128 ; Berth —)
  27. Master Bolton
    (Room 128 ; Berth —)
  28. Master K. Bolton
    (Room 128 ; Berth —)
  29. Mrs. Bolton
    (Room 141 ; Berth 1)
  30. Miss Bromley
    (Room 160 ; Berth 5)
  31. Miss Brook
    (Room 160 ; Berth 4)
  32. Miss Brooks
    (Room 148 ; Berth 3)
  33. Mrs. M. M. Brown
    (Room 136 ; Berth 4)
  34. Miss S. E. Browne
    (Room 94 ; Berth 2)
  35. Miss Burden
    (Room 127 ; Berth 4)
  36. Mrs. E. K. Butcher
    (Room 127 ; Berth 1)
  37. Master Butcher
    (Room 127 ; Berth 2)
  38. Master A. B. Butcher
    (Room 127 ; Berth 3)
  39. Master F. N. Butcher
    (Room 127 ; Berth 3)
  40. Miss Cameron
    (Room 100 ; Berth 4)
  41. Mrs. N. J. Cannon
    (Room 96 ; Berth 3)
  42. Miss Cannon
    (Room 96 ; Berth 4)
  43. Mrs. A. Chambers and Infant
    (Room 129 ; Berth 2)
  44. Master Chambers
    (Room 129 ; Berth 3)
  45. Master A. Chambers
    (Room 129 ; Berth 4)
  46. Mr. Chenery
    (Room 99 ; Berth 1)
  47. Mrs. Chester and Infant
    (Room 149 ; Berth 1)
  48. Miss Chinnock
    (Room 102 ; Berth 4)
  49. Miss Clarke
    (Room 121 ; Berth 1)
  50. Mr. P. Cooper
    (Room 113 ; Berth —)
  51. Mrs. Cooper
    (Room 113 ; Berth —)
  52. Miss Cooper
    (Room 113 ; Berth —)
  53. Mrs. E. Couldrey
    (Room 121 ; Berth 2)
  54. Miss Couldrey
    (Room 121 ; Berth 3)
  55. Miss W. Couldrey
    (Room 121 ; Berth 4)
  56. Mrs. H. A. Cox, Infant
    (Room 154 ; Berth 3)
    and Two Children
    (Room 154 ; Berth 4)
  57. Mr. E. H. Craigie
    (Room 143 ; Berth 1)
  58. Miss Creme
    (Room 86 ; Berth 4)
  59. Miss Crewe
    (Room 101 ; Berth 3)
  60. Miss Crow
    (Room 100 ; Berth 2)
  61. Mr. L. Cuthbert
    (Room 97 ; Berth 3)
  62. Mrs. Daniels
    (Room 86 ; Berth 3)
  63. Miss Darley
    (Room 88 ; Berth 4)
  64. Mrs. F. H. Davis
    (Room 94 ; Berth 3)
  65. Miss Davis
    (Room 110 ; Berth 1)
  66. Mr. J. C. Davison
    (Room 140 ; Berth --)
  67. Mrs. Davison
    (Room 140 ; Berth --)
  68. Miss Davison
    (Room 140 ; Berth --)
  69. Master Davison
    (Room 140 ; Berth --)
  70. Mr. W. Dean
    (Room 118 ; Berth 2)
  71. Miss Dean
    (Room 91 ; Berth 4)
  72. Mrs. Deco
    (Room 155 ; Berth 3)
  73. Master Deco
    (Room 155 ; Berth 4)
  74. Master R. Deco
    (Room 155 ; Berth 4)
  75. Miss Demoney
    (Room 156 ; Berth 4)
  76. Mr. G. Denney
    (Room 105 ; Berth 2)
  77. Mr. Dickie
    (Room 99 ; Berth 2)
  78. Mrs. J. H. Dix
    (Room 159 ; Berth 3)
  79. Mrs. R. Dodds and Infant
    (Room 156 ; Berth 3)
  80. Mr. W. Donnan
    (Room 103 ; Berth 3)
  81. Miss Doyle
    (Room 162 ; Berth 3)
  82. Mr. A. Dunslow
    (Room 90 ; Berth 3)
  83. Mr. G. Duxbury
    (Room 158 ; Berth 2)
  84. Mrs. Duxbury
    (Room 159 ; Berth 4)
  85. Mr. C. H. Dyer
    (Room 139 ; Berth 3)
  86. Miss Dykes
    (Room 96 ; Berth 2)
  87. Miss Edinborough
    (Room 119 ; Berth 1)
  88. Mrs. J. Edwards
    (Room 119 ; Berth 4)
  89. Mrs. L. Edwards
    (Room 124 ; Berth 2)
  90. Mrs. L. G. Farmer
    (Room 167 ; Berth --)
  91. Miss Farmer
    (Room 167 ; Berth -- )
  92. Master Farmer
    (Room 167 ; Berth -- )
  93. Master E. Farmer
    (Room 167 ; Berth -- )
  94. Master L. Farmer
    (Room 167 ; Berth -- )
  95. Mr. C. Farrar
    (Room 158 ; Berth 1)
  96. Mrs. Farrer
    (Room 156 ; Berth I)
  97. Miss Farrer
    (Room 156 ; Berth 2)
  98. Mr. G. Ferguson
    (Room 164 ; Berth 4)
  99. Mr. Ferguson
    (Room 122 ; Berth 4)
  100. Mrs. Ferguson
    (Room 124 ; Berth 3)
  101. Mr. C. V. G. Field
    (Room 153 ; Berth 5)
  102. Mrs. J. M. Fisher
    (Room 166 ; Berth 1)
  103. Miss Fisher
    (Room 166 ; Berth 2)
  104. Miss C. Fisher
    (Room 166 ; Berth 2)
  105. Miss M. Fisher
    (Room 166 ; Berth 3)
  106. Miss W. Fisher
    (Room 166 ; Berth 3)
  107. Mr. F. Fishwick
    (Room 147 ; Berth 6)
  108. Mrs. Fishwick
    (Room 150 ; Berth 4)
  109. Master Fishwick
    (Room 150 ; Berth 5)
  110. Master H. Fishwick
    (Room 150 ; Berth 6)
  111. Mr. H. G. Freeman
    (Room 143 ; Berth 6)
  112. Miss Gervan
    (Room 106 ; Berth 4)
  113. Mr. J. Gillam
    (Room 105 ; Berth 4)
  114. Mrs. Gillam
    (Room 123 ; Berth 4)
  115. Mr. T. W. Gillingwater
    (Room 134 ; Berth 3)
  116. Mr. E. J. Gillingwater
    (Room 134 ; Berth 4)
  117. Mr. J. Griffin
    (Room 97 ; Berth 4)
  118. Mr. Harry Hackney
    (Room 143 ; Berth 4)
  119. Mr. Herbert Hackney
    (Room 143 ; Berth 4)
  120. Miss Hadfield
    (Room 88 ; Berth 3)
  121. Mr. E. Hadlow
    (Room 137 ; Berth -- )
  122. Mrs. Hadlow
    (Room 137 ; Berth -- )
  123. Miss Hadlow
    (Room 137 ; Berth -- )
  124. Mrs. E. A. Halnes
    (Room 133 ; Berth 4)
  125. Miss Halford
    (Room 152 ; Berth 5)
  126. Miss J. N. Halford
    (Room 152 ; Berth 6)
  127. Miss Hallam
    (Room 160 ; Berth 2)
  128. Mrs. N. Hammerson
    (Room 102 ; Berth 1)
    and Child
    (Room 102 ; Berth 2)
  129. Miss Hannon
    (Room 149 ; Berth 6)
  130. Mrs. L. Hardman
    (Room 154 ; Berth 5)
  131. Master Hardman
    (Room 154 ; Berth 6)
  132. Mr. W. A. Hardwick
    (Room 87 ; Berth 3)
  133. Mr. R. Hardwick
    (Room 87 ; Berth 4)
  134. Mrs. Hardwick
    (Room 88 ; Berth 1)
  135. Miss Hardwick
    (Room 88 ; Berth 2)
  136. Mr. F. A. Harmer
    (Room 118 ; Berth 1)
  137. Mr. E. Harris
    (Room 97 ; Berth 2)
  138. Mrs. Harris
    (Room 100 ; Berth 3)
  139. Mr. E. M. Harvey
    (Room 144 ; Berth 3)
  140. Mrs. Hemming
    (Room 126 ; Berth 1)
  141. Miss Hemming
    (Room 126 ; Berth 2)
  142. Miss Hennings
    (Room 85 ; Berth 4)
  143. Miss Hinman
    (Room 109 ; Berth 3)
  144. Mr. F. W. Hobson
    (Room 153 ; Berth 4)
  145. Mrs. A. Holmes
    (Room 85 ; Berth 1)
  146. Mrs. E. Horrocks
    (Room 149 ; Berth 4)
  147. Miss Hoyes
    (Room 119 ; Berth 2)
  148. Mrs. M. E. Humphreys
    (Room 114 ; Berth 1)
  149. Mr. A. G. Huntley
    (Room 132 ; Berth — )
  150. Mrs. Huntley
    (Room 132 ; Berth — )
  151. Mr. D. G. Huntley
    (Room 132 ; Berth — )
  152. Mr. J. Huntley
    (Room 132 ; Berth — )
  153. Mr. M. Hyman
    (Room 153 ; Berth 2)
  154. Mr. G. T. Ingham
    (Room 131 ; Berth 1)
  155. Mrs. A. Irvings
    (Room 125 ; Berth — )
  156. Miss Irvings
    (Room 125 ; Berth — )
  157. Master Irvings
    (Room 125 ; Berth — )
  158. Master H. Irvings
    (Room 125 ; Berth — )
  159. Master C. Irvings
    (Room 125 ; Berth — )
  160. Miss Jefferies
    (Room 95 ; Berth 4)
  161. Miss Jenkinson
    (Room 124 ; Berth 1)
  162. Miss Johnson
    (Room 161 ; Berth 2)
  163. Mr. B. Johnston
    (Room 144 ; Berth 1)
  164. Mr. H. Jones
    (Room 164 ; Berth 3)
  165. Mr. P. R. B. Jones
    (Room 122 ; Berth 1)
  166. Miss N. Jones
    (Room 115 ; Berth 3)
  167. Mrs. J. Jones
    (Room 161 ; Berth 3)
    Child and Infant
    (Room 161 ; Berth 4)
  168. Mr. W. Jones
    (Room 163 ; Berth — )
  169. Mrs. Jones
    (Room 163 ; Berth — )
  170. Miss Jones
    (Room 163 ; Berth — )
  171. Miss D. Jones
    (Room 163 ; Berth — )
  172. Miss Kingdom
    (Room 149 ; Berth 5)
  173. Mrs. J. Larson
    (Room 141 ; Berth 3)
  174. Mrs. E. Leese
    (Room 85 ; Berth 2)
  175. Mr. P. Le Gros
    (Room 158 ; Berth 3)
  176. Mrs. A. Le Heron
    (Room 102 ; Berth 3)
  177. Mrs. Lewin
    (Room 160 ; Berth 1)
  178. Miss Lewis
    (Room 150 ; Berth 1)
  179. Mrs. F. Leybourne
    (Room 111 ; Berth 1)
  180. Mr. H. W. Light
    (Room 89 ; Berth 3)
  181. Mrs. Link
    (Room 149 ; Berth 3)
  182. Mrs. E. Lloyd
    (Room 109 ; Berth 2)
  183. Mrs. E. M. Lord
    (Room 148 ; Berth 4)
  184. Mr. J. R. Lowey
    (Room 147 ; Berth 2)
  185. Mrs. Lowey
    (Room 145 ; Berth 4)
  186. Miss Mahon
    (Room 129 ; Berth 1)
  187. Mr. G. Mangham
    (Room 131 ; Berth 3)
  188. Mrs. M. J. Manktelow
    (Room 152 ; Berth 1)
  189. Mrs. A. Mannion
    (Room 146 ; Berth 4)
  190. Miss Mannion
    (Room 5 ; Berth I )
  191. Miss J. Mannion
    (Room 146 ; Berth I )
  192. Miss E. Mannion
    (Room 146 ; Berth 6)
  193. Mr. J. Mather
    (Room 147 ; Berth 5)
  194. Mrs. Mather
    (Room 150 ; Berth 3)
  195. Mr. F. A. W. Matthews
    (Room 89 ; Berth 1)
  196. Mr. S. McCullagh
    (Room 147 ; Berth 3)
  197. Miss McGibbon
    (Room 106 ; Berth 3)
  198. Mrs. J. M. McGraw
    (Room 133 ; Berth 2)
  199. Mr. McNaught
    (Room 120 ; Berth 4)
  200. Mrs. McNaught
    (Room 165 ; Berth 4)
  201. Mr. Milaenen
    (Room 158 ; Berth 4)
  202. Mrs. Milaenen
    (Room 155 ; Berth 1)
  203. Master Milaenen
    (Room 155 ; Berth 2)
  204. Mrs. S. T. Mills
    (Room 151 ; Berth 1)
  205. Master Mills
    (Room 151 ; Berth 2)
  206. Mrs. M. A. Mitchell
    (Room 126 ; Berth 3)
  207. Miss Mitchell
    (Room 126 ; Berth 4)
  208. Miss F. Nicholas
    (Room 150 ; Berth 2)
  209. Mrs. M. Nicholas
    (Room 151 ; Berth 5)
  210. Miss H. Nicholas and Infant
    (Room 151 ; Berth 6)
  211. Mrs. F. Nicholls
    (Room 110 ; Berth 4)
  212. Miss Nicol
    (Room 136 ; Berth 1)
  213. Mr. H. Openshaw
    (Room 147 ; Berth 4)
  214. Mr. T. H. Orchardson
    (Room 89 ; Berth 4)
  215. Mrs. Owen
    (Room 148 ; Berth 1)
  216. Master Owen
    (Room 148 ; Berth 2)
  217. Miss Owen
    (Room 148 ; Berth 2)
  218. Mrs. F. E. Palfrey
    (Room 108 ; Berth 3)
  219. Miss Parker
    (Room 91 ; Berth 2)
  220. Mrs. G. M. Parkes
    (Room 135 ; Berth 2)
  221. Master Parkes
    (Room 135 ; Berth 3)
  222. Mrs. M. Parr
    (Room 159 ; Berth 1)
  223. Miss Parr
    (Room 159 ; Berth 2)
  224. Master Parr
    (Room 159 ; Berth 2)
  225. Mrs. Payne
    (Room 124 ; Berth 4)
  226. Mr. M. A. Pease
    (Room 143 ; Berth 5)
  227. Mr. S. S. Peat
    (Room 90 ; Berth 4)
  228. Mrs. Peat
    (Room 92 ; Berth 3)
  229. Miss Peat
    (Room 92 ; Berth 4)
  230. Miss Pembleton
    (Room 138 ; Berth 1)
  231. Mr. J. Penman
    (Room 144 ; Berth 2)
  232. Mr. H. Penney
    (Room 103 ; Berth 1)
  233. Mr. R. Penney
    (Room 103 ; Berth 2)
  234. Mr. R. Porter
    (Room 143 ; Berth 2)
  235. Miss Potts
    (Room 111 ; Berth 3)
  236. Miss W. Potts
    (Room 111 ; Berth 4)
  237. Master Potts
    (Room 111 ; Berth 4)
    and Maid
    (Room 111 ; Berth 2)
  238. Miss Powell
    (Room 133 ; Berth 3)
  239. Mrs. F. A. Pragnell
    (Room 93 ; Berth 1)
  240. Master Pragnell
    (Room 93 ; Berth 2)
  241. Miss Pragnell
    (Room 93 ; Berth 3)
  242. Mrs. S. E. Prout
    (Room 145 ; Berth 2)
  243. Master Prout
    (Room 145 ; Berth 3)
  244. Mr. E. Purkis
    (Room 122 ; Berth 3)
  245. Mrs. A. M. Quinn
    (Room 133 ; Berth 1)
  246. Mrs. J. Radtke
    (Room 136 ; Berth 2)
  247. Master Radtke
    (Room 136 ; Berth 3)
  248. Miss Rankin
    (Room 104 ; Berth 1)
  249. Miss M. Rankin
    (Room 104 ; Berth 2)
  250. Mr. T. Redhead
    (Room 105 ; Berth 3)
  251. Miss Redhead
    (Room 157 ; Berth 3)
  252. Miss N. J. Redhead
    (Room 157 ; Berth 4)
  253. Mr. W. Rennie
    (Room 144 ; Berth 4)
  254. Mr. R. J. Rice
    (Room 153 ; Berth 3)
  255. Miss Riddiough
    (Room 142 ; Berth 2)
  256. Miss Riggs
    (Room 149 ; Berth 2)
  257. Mr. F. Roast
    (Room 22 ; Berth 2)
  258. Miss Roberts
    (Room 92 ; Berth 1)
  259. Mrs. M. W. Robertson
    (Room 110 ; Berth 2)
  260. Mr. W. Robinson
    (Room 103 ; Berth 4)
  261. Mrs. Robinson
    (Room 115 ; Berth 1)
  262. Mr. J. T. Rogers
    (Room 98 ; Berth — )
  263. Mrs. Rogers
    (Room 98 ; Berth — )
  264. Mrs. H. L. Roth
    (Room 146 ; Berth 1)
  265. Miss Roth
    (Room 146 ; Berth 2)
  266. Miss E. L. Roth
    (Room 146 ; Berth 3)
  267. Mrs. J. F. Routledge
    (Room 166 ; Berth 4)
  268. Mr. E. F. Saaro
    (Room 139 ; Berth 1)
  269. Miss Scott
    (Room 107 ; Berth 2)
  270. Mr. C. Shepherd
    (Room 120 ; Berth 2)
  271. Miss M. Shirrock
    (Room 94 ; Berth 4)
  272. Miss Shorrock
    (Room 109 ; Berth 1)
  273. Mr. Smart
    (Room 120 ; Berth 3)
  274. Miss Smart
    (Room 119 ; Berth 3)
  275. Mr. E. J. Smith
    (Room 131 ; Berth 2)
  276. Mrs. H. S. Smith
    (Room 110 ; Berth 3)
  277. Mrs. F. Smith
    (Room 86 ; Berth 1)
  278. Miss N. D. Smith
    (Room 86 ; Berth 2)
  279. Mrs. G. E. Smith
    (Room 135 ; Berth 1)
  280. Rev. J. Smyth, D.D.
    (Room 112 ; Berth —)
  281. Mrs. Smyth
    (Room 112 ; Berth —)
  282. Master Smyth
    (Room 112 ; Berth — )
  283. Master J. N. Smyth
    (Room 112 ; Berth —)
  284. Miss Smyth
    (Room 114 ; Berth 2)
  285. Mr. E. Smythe
    (Room 105 ; Berth 1)
  286. Mrs. Smythe
    (Room 107 ; Berth 3)
  287. Master Smythe
    (Room 107 ; Berth 4)
  288. Mrs. C. Spence and Infant
    (Room 107 ; Berth 1)
  289. Mrs. J. Spice
    (Room 152 ; Berth 3)
  290. Miss Steele
    (Room 160 ; Berth 6)
  291. Mr. G. Tarbath
    (Room 164 ; Berth 1)
  292. Miss Tarbath
    (Room 165 ; Berth 1)
  293. Mrs. E. Thomas
    (Room 159 ; Berth 5)
  294. Miss Thomas
    (Room 159 ; Berth 6)
  295. Mr. Heys Thomson
    (Room 87 ; Berth 2)
  296. Mrs. Heys Thomson
    (Room 94 ; Berth 1)
  297. Mrs. E. Townend
    (Room 108 ; Berth 1)
  298. Master Townend
    (Room 108 ; Berth 2)
  299. Mr. J. C. T. Townsend
    (Room 90 ; Berth 2)
  300. Mrs. Twocock
    (Room 162 ; Berth 4)
  301. Rev. J. Versey
    (Room 134 ; Berth 1)
  302. Mrs. Versey
    (Room 91 ; Berth 1)
  303. Miss Versey
    (Room 91 ; Berth 2)
  304. Miss H. M. Versey
    (Room 91 ; Berth )
  305. Mr. J. Wakeman
    (Room 134 ; Berth 2)
  306. Mr. R. Wakeman
    (Room 118 ; Berth 3)
  307. Mr. W. Wakeman
    (Room 118 ; Berth 4)
  308. Miss Walker
    (Room 152 ; Berth 4)
  309. Miss Walters
    (Room 95 ; Berth 3)
  310. Mr. G. Ward
    (Room 153 ; Berth 1)
  311. Mr. G. H. Ward
    (Room 164 ; Berth 2)
  312. Miss Ward
    (Room 165 ; Berth 2)
  313. Miss E. Ward
    (Room 165 ; Berth 3)
  314. Mrs. J. Watson
    (Room 157 ; Berth 1)
  315. Miss Watson
    (Room 157 ; Berth 2)
  316. Master Watson
    (Room 157 ; Berth 2)
  317. Mr. H. Whiffin
    (Room 147 ; Berth 1)
  318. Mrs. Whiffin
    (Room 145 ; Berth 1)
  319. Mr. D. Whitcomb
    (Room 120 ; Berth 1)
  320. Mrs. R. White
    (Room 161 ; Berth 1)
  321. Mrs. E. Whittle
    (Room 123 ; Berth 1)
    and Child
    (Room 123 ; Berth 2)
  322. Mr. R. T. Wilkes
    (Room 153 ; Berth 6)
  323. Miss Willes
    (Room 95 ; Berth 1)
  324. Mrs. M. A. Willes
    (Room 95 ; Berth 2)
  325. Mrs. M. A. Williams
    (Room 109 ; Berth 4)
  326. Miss J. Williams
    (Room 93 ; Berth 4)
  327. Miss Williams
    (Room 141 ; Berth 2)
  328. Mr. A. Wilson
    (Room 116 ; Berth — )
  329. Mrs. Wilson and Infant
    (Room 116 ; Berth — )
  330. Mrs. L. E. Wyse
    (Room 106 ; Berth 1)
    and Child
    (Room 106 ; Berth 2)
  331. Mrs. V. Yorke (Room 138 ; Berth 2)

Information for Passengers

The R.M.S. Victorian is a Turbine Triple-Screw Steamer.

First Sitting.

  • Breakfast: 7-30 a.m
  • Luncheon: 12-30 noon
  • Dinner: 6-0 p.m

Second Sitting

  • Breakfast: 8-30 a.m
  • Luncheon: 1-30 p.m
  • Dinner: 7-0 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.

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.

Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Third Of'dcer, 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.

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.

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.

Deck Chairs.—A limited number are placed on deck for Passengers' use, free of charge. Exclusive use of chair may be had on payment of 3/-.

Steamer Rugs may also be hired for use during the voyage on payment of 8/. each of the Purser.

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/- per word.

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 Twopence per copy.

Canada.—The Marconi rate via Cape Race, Sable Island, Cape Sable, or through the medium of a passing steamer'and one of these stations, is calculated at 80. per word, with a minimum of 7s. rd. for ten words, plus 4d. per word without minimum ; thus for a message of ten words or more the through rate is rs. o/d. per word; every word in the address, text, and signature counted; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Marconi rate via Montreal, Quebec, Father Point, Cape Bear, Pictou, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations, is calculated at rid. per word, with a minimum of Is. 3d. for ten words, plus al. per word without minimum ; thus for a message of ten words or more the through rate is 24d. per word ; every word in the address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

The Marconi rate via Clarke City, Fame Point, Harrington, Heath Point, Magdalen Island, North Sydney, Halifax, St. John, Belle Isle, Cape Ray, Point Rich, Point Amour, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations, is calculated at 3d. per word with a minimum of as. 6d. for ten words, plus ed. per word without minimum ; thus for a message of ten words or more the through rate is 5d. per word ; every word in the address, text and signature counted land line charges additional ; all charges most be prepaid.

The Marconi rates applicable to messages forwarded via the Grosse Isle and Three Rivers Stations are calcUlated at rid. per word with a minimum of 1/3 for ten words, plus rd, per word without minimum, the charge for a message of ten words or more therefore being 21d. per word.

United Kingdom.—The rate via Malin Head or other stations in the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is rod. per word; every word in address, text and signature counted; land line charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

Ship To Ship.—The general rate on ship to ship messages is 8d per word , but as German, Dutch and certain other vessels apply a ship tax with a minimum of ten words, the charges on messages to these vessels will. be calculated. as .follows .....

English ship tax .. 4d. per word without minimum.
German, Dutch, etc., 4d. per word with a minimum of 35. 4d., thus bona message of ten words or more the charge is 8d. per word ; all charges must be prepaid.

lffsrcbill's Wifeless telegrams for transmission to Passengers on trans-Atlantic liners .6 tted with .Marconi apparatus received at the offices of the Compagnie Francais Maritime et Coloniale de Telegraphie Sans Fil (systime Marconi), 35, BouleVard des Capucines, opposite Rue Scribe Paris, where all information can be obtained.

The New Allan Liners " Alsatian " & " Calgarian."

18,000 Tons Register. 18 To 20 Knots Speed,

In pursuance of their traditional policy of giving the travelling public the best which lies within their power, the Directors of the Allan Line are now having constructed on the Clyde two new steamers -- to be named the Alsatian" and —Calgarian which are intended to represent in comfort, convenience and spaciousness the apex of the builder's art.

These steamers will be of about 18,000 tons gross register, and therefore the largest liners sailing between this country and the Dominion of Canada. They will be driven by the latest type of turbine engines, operating four screws, giving them a speed of 18 to 20 knots. The distribution of the power over four separate shafts reduces the vibration to such a degree as to make it almost imperceptible.

The passenger appointments of the steamers will embody every up-to-date device for the enjoyment of ocean travel, and they will be fitted with the most perfect system of Heating and Ventilation. The fittings of the general rooms, which will occupy the entire structure on A Deck, will harmoniously blend luxury and comfort, the decorations being entrusted to firms whose names are world-famous.

The public rooms will comprise the Lounge, Library and Reading Room, the Card Room, and the Smoke Room. On the Upper Promenade Deck there will be a Cafe, Smoke Room and Gymnasium. The Promenade Decks—which will constitute a special feature of the ships—are of great length and spaciousness, with extensive closed-in Promenade for recreation in all kinds of weather. The steamers will carry 250 first class, 500 second class, and 1,000 third class Passengers.

Externally the " Alsatian " and " Calgarian " will maintain the Allan " reputation for beauty and grace of design. They will be fitted with two pole masts and two funnels, and a striking feature in their appearance will be the " cruiser " stern, hitherto peculiar to warships.

Safety is, of course, the paramount consideration and the application of the latest design in ship construction and the adoption of the most modern equipment will be utilised to ensure this, including wireless telegraphy and the latest submarine signalling apparatus.

It is anticipated that the new steamers will be ready this Autumn.

No effort will be spared by all concerned to make the steamers popular with all classes of Passengers, and it is expected they will be special favourites with ocean travellers from the first voyage.

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