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Passenger List, Anchor Line, T.S.S. Transylvania, 3 September 1927

Cabin Passenger List for the T.S.S. Transylvania of the Anchor Line, Departing 3 September 1927 from Glasgow to New York via Moville, Commanded by Captain David W. Bone. Includes Information for Passengers.

List of Saloon and Second Cabin Passengers
Anchor Line
T.S.S. Transylvania
Captain David W. Bone
From Glasgow to New York via Moville
Saturday, 3 September 1927

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain : David W. Bone
  2. Chief Officer: Frank M. Henderson
  3. Chief Engineer : James P. McGown
  4. Surgeon : William C. Borrie
  5. Purser : R. S. Willoughby O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R
  6. Chief Steward : A. E. Jones

Ships List of Saloon Passengers

Passenger List, Anchor Line S.S. Transylvania - 1927 (Westbound)

  1. Mr. W. F. Adam
  2. Mrs. Adam
  3. Mr. Richard L. Adam
  4. Miss Mary Adams
  5. Mr. Carlyle E. Ahrens
  6. Mrs. Andrews
  7. Miss Louise Andrews
  8. Miss L. M. Barker
  9. Miss Alice Bartlett
  10. Mr. Frank D. Bell
  11. Mrs. Bell
  12. Mr. Stephen Bell
  13. Miss Frances Bell
  14. Mr. Fred. S. Beveridge
  15. Dr. G. G. Brownell
  16. Mrs. Brownell
  17. Mrs. Wm. C. Burling
  18. Miss Lillie A. Burling
  19. Miss Alice C. Burling
  20. Mrs. M. G. Cameron
  21. Mrs. M. Cameron
  22. Miss Constance Cameron
  23. Miss Laura H. Cassedy
  24. Miss Mary Chamberlain
  25. Miss Molly N. Childs
  26. Miss Ethel Cochrane
  27. Miss J. Cochrane
  28. Mr. J. Cole
  29. Mrs. Cole
  30. Master Charles Cole
  31. Mrs. M. Coombs
  32. Mr. Robert P. Craig
  33. Miss Margaret Cronin
  34. Miss Ernestine Crummel
  35. Mrs. Jennie Cunningham
  36. Miss Anne Cunningham
  37. Miss Nell Dooley
  38. Mr. Alexander Dawson
  39. Mrs. Dawson
  40. Mr. Basil D'Emo
  41. Mrs. D'Emo
  42. Mr. Joseph Egerer
  43. Mrs. Agnes Egerer
  44. Mr. Peter Elder
  45. Mrs. Elder
  46. Miss Elizabeth Fleming
  47. Mr. Talton Francis
  48. Mrs. Francis
  49. Miss Jane Francis
  50. Miss Miriam Francis
  51. Miss Ethel Fenn
  52. Mr. Wm. Ferguson
  53. Mrs. Ferguson
  54. Mr. David Ferguson
  55. Miss Margaret Ferguson
  56. Miss Janet Ferguson
  57. Miss Margaret Gallagher
  58. Miss E. H. Gebbard
  59. Miss Edith Grieve
  60. Mrs. Frederica Guilker
  61. Mr. Robert A. Hamilton
  62. Mrs. Hamilton
  63. Miss C. Hamilton
  64. Mr. John Harman
  65. Mrs. Harman
  66. Master John Harman
  67. Mr. Samuel W. Hawley
  68. Miss Lenore Hellman
  69. Mr. William Hendry
  70. Mr. Henry Hewart
  71. Mr. Richard Hewart
  72. Mr. George Hewart
  73. Mr. V. L. Highland
  74. Miss Ethel Holingsworth
  75. Mr. James Irving
  76. Mrs. Irving
  77. Master Ellis Irving
  78. Mrs. Elsie Jack
  79. Miss Dorothy Jackson
  80. Miss Martha C. James
  81. Dr. P. C. Jameson
  82. Mrs. Jameson
  83. Miss Edith Johnson
  84. Miss Alice Kranz
  85. Mr. Douglas Laird
  86. Mr. Thos. Lawrence
  87. Mr. Henry Lawrie
  88. Mr. John Lawrie
  89. Mrs. Lawrie
  90. Mr. James Leitch
  91. Mrs. Leitch
  92. Miss Ann Lemen
  93. Mr. Richard Lindabury
  94. Mrs. Lindabury
  95. Col. Chas. Lloyd
  96. Mrs. Lloyd
  97. Mr. James G. Ludlum
  98. Miss Ruth Luetkemeyer
  99. Miss Marguerite Lux
  100. Mr. Robert McBratney
  101. Mrs. McBratney
  102. Mr. James McCunn
  103. Mrs. McCunn
  104. Mrs. McDermott
  105. Mr. Fred MacDonald
  106. Mrs. MacDonald
  107. Mr. Patrick McGraw
  108. Mrs. McGraw
  109. Mrs. J. C. McKeown
  110. Miss I. McKeown
  111. Mr. Wm. McKewen
  112. Mrs. McKewen
  113. Mrs. Martin
  114. Miss Florence Martin
  115. Mrs. G. P. Martindale
  116. Mr. James V. Martindale
  117. Mr. Henry H. Meyers
  118. Mrs. Meyers
  119. Miss Mildred Meyers
  120. Dr. Edith M. Meyers
  121. Miss Jeanette Meyers
  122. Mr. Frank Miller
  123. Mrs. Miller
  124. Mrs. Mills
  125. Miss Cath. Mills
  126. Miss Laura Mohun
  127. Dr. William D. Morgan
  128. Miss Margaret Moir
  129. Miss Janet Moir
  130. Mr. Davis Morris
  131. Mrs. Morris
  132. Miss Martha Morris
  133. Miss F. C. Myers
  134. Dr. Hanley Pallister
  135. Mrs. Eliz. Pallister
  136. Miss Helen Pallister
  137. Miss Beatrice Pallister
  138. Mr. F. M. Paltzgroff
  139. Mrs. Paltzgroff
  140. Mr. G. M. Porterfield
  141. Mrs. Edward Rock
  142. Miss Eveline I. Rock
  143. Dr. E. Rayman
  144. Mrs. Rayman
  145. Master Norman Rayman
  146. Miss Sylvia Rayman
  147. Miss Laura C. Riffe
  148. Mrs. Mary L. Rifle
  149. Mrs. Alfred A. Ritchie
  150. Miss Margaret Robertson
  151. Dr. Nathaniel Robinson
  152. Mrs. Robinson
  153. Miss Marjorie Ross
  154. Mr. Robert Ross
  155. Mrs. Ross
  156. Mr. Jacob A. Samuel
  157. Mrs. Samuel
  158. Dr. Robert D. Scott
  159. Mrs. Scott
  160. Miss E. Sellier
  161. Mr. Samuel Sharpe, Sr
  162. Mr. Samuel Sharpe, Jr.
  163. Mr. Samuel C. Shaw
  164. Mrs. Shaw
  165. Mr. Fred S. Shaw
  166. Miss Margaret E. Shaw
  167. Mrs. Shortall
  168. Miss Helen Shortall
  169. Mr. Walter Sinclair
  170. Miss Sadie Smith
  171. Miss Florence Smith
  172. Mr. Leon Sobel
  173. Mr. A. P. Spence
  174. Mr. H. G. Spence
  175. Mr. A. P. Spence, Jr.
  176. Mrs. Spence
  177. Miss Doris Spence
  178. Master Gordon Spence
  179. Miss Mary M. Stabb
  180. Mr. Robert Stephen
  181. Mrs. Stephen
  182. Mr. John N. Stockwell
  183. Miss Jane W. Stockwell
  184. Miss Alice K. Stockwell
  185. Mr. William Sutherland
  186. Mrs. Sutherland
  187. Miss Eliz. Sutherland
  188. Miss Jane Sutherland
  189. Miss Caroline Sutherland
  190. Master James Sutherland
  191. Mr. Wm. Tait
  192. Mrs. Tait
  193. Miss Helen Tait
  194. Mrs. Howard S. Thayer
  195. Dr. Cuthbert Thompson
  196. Mrs. Thompson
  197. Miss Emily Thorpe
  198. Mr. Alexander Tweed
  199. Miss C. A. Vanderpoel
  200. Mrs. Katherine I. Vedder
  201. Mr. Alexander Walker
  202. Mrs. Walker
  203. Mrs. Bates Warren
  204. Mr. Laurence F. White
  205. Mr. Hilson H. White
  206. Mrs. White
  207. Mrs. J. E. White
  208. Miss Dorothy White
  209. Master Jesse. White
  210. Mr. Gordon P. Williams
  211. Mrs. Wilson
  212. Master John Wilson
  213. Mr. A. C. Wood
  214. Mrs. L. B. Wright

Ships List of Second Class Passengers

  1. Miss Jenny Abercrombie
  2. Miss H. Ackerly
  3. Mrs. Margaret Aitken
  4. Mr. William B. Alston
  5. Mr. George M. Anderson
  6. Mr. John C. Anderson
  7. Mrs. Mary Andrew
  8. Master Thos. G. Andrew
  9. Mrs. M. Bailey
  10. Mr. David J. Barry
  11. Mr. Thos. Begg
  12. Mr. John A. Bell
  13. Mrs. Eliz. Bicket
  14. Mrs. Margaret Birrell
  15. Miss Isabella Birrell
  16. Mrs. Janet Black
  17. Mr. William Black
  18. Mrs. M. Bonnington
  19. Miss Mary Borland
  20. Mrs. Margaret Boyd
  21. Miss Henrietta Boyd
  22. Miss Mary Boyle
  23. Miss Rose Boyle
  24. Miss Mary A. Boyle
  25. Miss May Brown
  26. Mr. James Buick
  27. Mrs. Minnie M. Buick
  28. Mrs. Sarah Buxton
  29. Master James Buxton
  30. Master Willis Buxton
  31. Mr. Alex. Campbell
  32. Mrs. Eliz. Campbell
  33. Mrs. Mary Campbell
  34. Miss Margaret Cance
  35. Mrs. J. Carnegie
  36. Miss M. Carnegie
  37. Miss A. Carnegie
  38. Mr. J. G. Carnegie
  39. Miss Agnes Cherrie
  40. Miss Alice Clarke
  41. Mr. David W. T. Cochrane
  42. Miss Winifred Colvin
  43. Master Owen Connolly
  44. Miss Susannah Conway
  45. Mr. Chas. S. Cook
  46. Mr. Findley Cook
  47. Mrs. Findley Cook
  48. Master James Crawford
  49. Mrs. Eliz. Cruickshank
  50. Mrs. Anna Curran
  51. Mr. James Dallas
  52. Mr. Frank Deakin
  53. Mr. Thomas Deuchars
  54. Mr. James Devine
  55. Mr. Patrick Devine
  56. Mrs. Nellie Devine
  57. Miss Mart. Doig
  58. Mr. Daniel Doonan
  59. Mrs. Mary Doonan
  60. Miss Janet Dougan
  61. Miss Margaret Dugan
  62. Miss Rose Durnin
  63. Mrs. Madge Elwood
  64. Master Cecil Elwood
  65. Mr. Fredk. Eurick
  66. Mrs. J.R. Fairhurst
  67. Mr. Henry Fenn
  68. Mrs. Margaret Fenn
  69. Miss Mary Ellen Ferry
  70. Mrs. Jane Fiddes
  71. Miss L. Florence
  72. Mrs. Normant E. Ford
  73. Miss Annie Ford
  74. Mrs. Sarah Forsythe
  75. Miss Jeanie Fraser
  76. Miss Mary Anne Galbraith
  77. Mr. Daniel Gallaher
  78. Miss Nora Gibbons
  79. Miss Mary Gilfidden
  80. Miss Eliz. Goldie
  81. Miss Flora M. Grant
  82. Mrs. Henrietta Gregory
  83. Mr. William Guthrie
  84. Mr. Wm. C. Hackett
  85. Mrs. Susan Hackett
  86. Mr. David Hackett
  87. Mr. Wm. C. Hackett
  88. Mrs. Ann Hamilton
  89. Mrs. Eliz. Hamilton
  90. Mr. R. Hanna
  91. Master George Hanna
  92. Mrs. R. Hanna
  93. Mrs. Jane K. Hay
  94. Mr. Robert Hay
  95. Mrs. Robert Hay
  96. Mrs. Daniel Hearty
  97. Miss Ruth Hearty
  98. Mr. George Hill
  99. Mrs. Helen Howat
  100. Mr. Hugh Hunter
  101. Mr. William Hunter
  102. Miss Mary Irvine
  103. Mrs. Jean Jackson
  104. Miss Mary R. Johnston
  105. Miss Mabel Jordan
  106. Mr. Robert Kay
  107. Mrs. Richard Kay
  108. Miss Isabel Kay
  109. Mr. Alex. Kindness
  110. Mr. W. Graham Lees
  111. Mrs. Eliz. Leishman
  112. Mr. John Littlejohn
  113. Mrs. J. J. Littlejohn
  114. Master Jack Littlejohn
  115. Mrs. Eliz. Livingston
  116. Miss Lilian Livingston
  117. Miss Agnes Livingston
  118. Mrs. Mary Logan
  119. Miss Josephine Logan
  120. Mr. Campbell McCall
  121. Mrs. Campbell McCall
  122. Master James McCall
  123. Miss Margaret McCall
  124. Miss Beatrice B. McCann
  125. Mrs. Martha McClure
  126. Miss Mary McColl
  127. Miss Mart. McCool
  128. Mr. Alexander McCormick
  129. Mrs. Mary McCoughan
  130. Mrs. Eliz. McCulloch
  131. Miss Mary McCulloch
  132. Mr. Patrick McDermott
  133. Mrs. Susan McDermott
  134. Miss J. MacDonald
  135. Mr. Archie McDougall
  136. Mrs. Mary McDougall
  137. Mr. Wm. McDougall
  138. Mrs. Susana McDougall
  139. Miss Annie McDougall
  140. Master Arch. McDougall
  141. Rev. William McDougall
  142. Mrs. Marion McDougall
  143. Miss Teresa McDougall
  144. Miss Jean McDougall
  145. Mrs. Agnes McElhinney
  146. Miss Elizabeth McElhinney
  147. Master Richard McElhinney
  148. Mrs. Mary McFarland
  149. Master Robert McFarland
  150. Mrs. Mona McHugh
  151. Miss Mary McHugh
  152. Master Frank McHugh
  153. Miss Cath. Mcllhagga
  154. Miss Jane McIntosh
  155. Miss Amy Macintyre
  156. Miss Rose A. McIntyre
  157. Mr. John MacKenzie
  158. Miss Kennethina McKenzie
  159. Mrs. Alice Mackey
  160. Mr. Walter Mackie
  161. Mrs. Mary Mackie
  162. Master Walter Mackie
  163. Miss Bettie Mackie
  164. Miss Anna McKillop
  165. Miss Cath. McKinnon
  166. Miss Mary McLernon
  167. Miss Elizabeth McPhillips
  168. Miss Margaret McPhillips
  169. Mrs. Isabella Magilton
  170. Master James Magilton
  171. Mrs. A. Malcolm
  172. Mr. Frank Mallon
  173. Mr. James Mallon
  174. Mrs. Mary Mallon
  175. Master Gordon Marquis
  176. Miss Janet Mathie
  177. Mrs. Annie Matthewson
  178. Miss Martha E. Melville
  179. Mrs. Kate Merry
  180. Miss Margaret Millar
  181. Mrs. Jeanie Miller
  182. Master Robert Miller
  183. Miss Caroline Milligan
  184. Miss Jessie Milne
  185. Mr. Andrew Milton
  186. Mr. Donald Mitchell
  187. Mrs. Catherine Monaghan
  188. Mrs. Jessie Morrison
  189. Mrs. Jennie Newman
  190. Miss Sophie Newman
  191. Baillie R. Nicol
  192. Mrs. Alice Nicol
  193. Mrs. Agnes O'Brien
  194. Mr. Charles O'Connor
  195. Miss Isabella O'Donnell
  196. Mrs. Lizzie Orr
  197. Mrs. Margt. Osborne
  198. Master Thos. Osborne
  199. Mr. S. W. Park
  200. Mrs. S. W. Park
  201. Master Colvin Park
  202. Master Gordon Park
  203. Mr. George Paton
  204. Miss Annie G. Philan
  205. Mrs. Anna G. Pira
  206. Miss Charlotte Porter
  207. Mr. George Purgavie
  208. Mrs. Isabella Purgavie
  209. Miss Maria Reid
  210. Miss Charlote Richardson
  211. Mrs. A. Ritchie
  212. Miss Constance Ritchie
  213. Miss Margt. Robbie
  214. Mr. Anus Robertson
  215. Mrs. Isabella Saunders
  216. Miss Margaret Scott
  217. Mr. Thomas J. Scullion
  218. Mrs. Mary Jane Selleck
  219. Miss Celia Shields
  220. Mrs. Myra Siefried
  221. Master August Siefried
  222. Miss Annie Smith
  223. Mr. James Smith
  224. Mr. Wm. D. Smith
  225. Mrs. Wm. D. Smith
  226. Mr. Hugh Stein
  227. Mrs. Allen Stocks
  228. Miss Juan Stocks
  229. Mr. Alex. Sutherland
  230. Mrs. Alex. Sutherland
  231. Miss Agnes Sutherland
  232. Miss Lucy Sutherland
  233. Miss Charlotte Swanson
  234. Miss Mary A. Timoney
  235. Mrs. Jeanie Topping
  236. Mr. Donald Treasurer
  237. Mrs. Gertrude Treen
  238. Mr. Norman Uprichard
  239. Mr. Alfred Uprichard
  240. Miss Marguerite Walker
  241. Mr. W. S. Walt
  242. Mrs. W. S. Walt
  243. Master W. Walt
  244. Miss Nellie Walt
  245. Miss Alice Watt
  246. Miss Helen D. Watt
  247. Mrs. John Weir
  248. Master John Weir
  249. Dr. W. Powers Wilkinson
  250. Mrs. W. Powers Wilkinson
  251. Miss Margaret Wright
  252. Mrs. Gertrude E. Wylie
  253. Mr. Samuel J. Wylie
  254. Mrs. Eliz. Wyllie
  255. Miss Alice J. Yeats
  256. Mr. Robert Young
Anchor Line Fleet
Ship Tons Ship Tons
Caledonia17,046 Britannia8,464
Transylvania16,923 Castalia6,600
California16,792 Circassia6,861
Tuscania16,991 Elysia6,757
Cameronia16,365 Massilia5,156
Assyria8,142 Scindia5,178
Tarantia4,939  

 

Services

  • Glasgow and New York (Via Moville)
  • Glasgow and Boston
  • Glasgow, Manchester and Liverpool to Gibraltar, Port Said, Suez and Bombay
  • Bombay to Suez, Port Said, Marseilles
  • Marseilles to Gibraltar, Liverpool and Glasgow

Table of Distances

  • Glasgow to Greenock : 21 Miles
  • Greenock to Moville : 104 Miles
    Moville to Malin Head : 22 Miles
    Malin Head to Nantucket Lightship : 2,578 Miles
    Nantucket Lightship to Fire Island : 164 Miles
    Fire Island to Sandy Hook Lightship : 30 Miles
    Sandy Hook Lightship to Sandy Hook : 8 Miles
    Sandy Hook to New York : 16 Miles
    Total : 2;943 Miles

When on Southern Track the distance is slightly longer.

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 Second Steward.

To facilitate examination and identification of bag- gage on landing, all packages should have an official label affixed ; these labels are supplied on board on application.

Trunks, etc., will be stored and re-shipped by the Company if desired (see Storage).

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 closes at 11p.m.

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

In addition to the usual toilet requisites, useful articles, ranging from photographic films to material for fancy dress costumes, are on sale.

Cables and Telegrams for despatch by ordinary land wire should be handed in at the Wireless Telegraph Office. The time of acceptance for cables and tele- grams 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.

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

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

Deck Chairs and Rugs may be hired at a cost of 6/3 (or $1.50) each, on application to the Deck Steward. Each rug is contained in a sealed cardboard box, and bears a serial number worked into the material so that Passengers will have no difficulty in identifying their rugs. 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 in the Saloon (weather permitting) once every Sunday forenoon, and for those who so desire facilities areprovided for the celebration of Mass.

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

Dogs 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, who will be leased to give any assistance or information desired.

Kiosk.—Passengers can obtain confectionery, fruit, toys, souvenirs, novels, etc., at reasonable prices in the Kiosk.

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.

Lights in Saloon until 11 p.m. ; in Public Rooms until 11.30 p.m.

Meals.—Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m. ; Lunch, 1 p.m. ; Dinner, 7 p.m.

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

Breakfast, 8 to 10 am.; Lunch, First sitting, 12.30 p.m. ; Second sitting, 1.30 p.m.

Dinner, First sitting, 6.15 p.m. ; Second 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. A notice will be displayed stating the hours at which stamps may be obtained and also 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, 11d. for the first ounce and id. for each additional ounce. Post- cards, 1 1/2 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 loner than 60 days will not be 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 dis- embarked 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 bepleased to assist Passengers in the arranging of 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 care- ful 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 owner's risk until they are required when returning. Chairs and trunks should have owner's namepainted on them, and they will not be re-shipped without in- structions being sent to Baggage Master, Anchor Line, Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow, or, in the case of Italian Ports, care of Anchor Line, Genoa, or Anchor Line, Naples.

A description of the articles should be given, also name of 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 owner's risk and expense.

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

The Surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Captain, for treating 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.

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

Tobacco, Spirits, etc.—Tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, wines, spirits and perfumery are liable to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs Authorities.

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 ship's safe, under care of the Purser, free of charge.

Passengers are warned that they should not on any accountpart with money or valuables to any persons representing themselves as members of the ship's staff.

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 Passengers 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 thepassenger quarters for the purpose of giving information and receiving messages for transmission. Notices giving time and place are displayed throughout the ship. At all times, however conduct their business at the Wireless Office if they prefer to do so.

Anchor Line Offices and Agencies

  • London : Anchor Line, 48 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3
  • London : Cunard Line, 26-27 Cockspur Street, S.W.1
  • Liverpool : Anchor Line, Cunard Building, Water Street
  • Manchester : Anchor Line, 64 Cross Street
  • Dundee : Anchor Line, 52 Commercial Street
  • Londonderry : Anchor Line, Foyle Street
  • Belfast : James Little & Co. (Belfast), Ltd., 1 Albert Square
  • Southampton : Cunard Line, Maritime Chambers, Canute Road
  • Cherbourg : E. Rose, Cunard Line Agent, 54 Quai Alexandre III
  • Paris : Compagnie Nord Atlantique, 6 Rue Scribe
  • Havre : Compagnie Nord Atlantique, 23 Quai George V
  • Berlin : Cunard Line Reisebureau G.m.b.H., Hotel Bristol
  • Hamburg : Cunard See Transport G.m.b.H., Neuer-Jungfernstieg 5
  • Vienna : Cunard Line, Karntnerring 4
  • Gibraltar : Cunard-Anchor Office, 102 Main Street
  • Marseilles : Compagnie de Consignations Maritimes, A. V. Fenton & Cie., 1 Rue Beauvau
  • Nice : Compagnie Nord Atlantique, 11 Promenade des Anglais
  • Genoa : Carr Brothers, 41 Piazza Nunziata
  • Leghorn : Carr Brothers, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele 18
  • Naples : Di Luggo Wood & Co., 59 Via Guglielmo Sanfelice
  • Rome : Cunard-Anchor Office, 155 Via del Tritone
  • Venice : A. Bertoli & Co., 4191 Riva Schiavoni
  • Copenhagen : C. Mogensen, Cunard-Anchor Building, 1 Nyhavn
  • Gothenburg : Carl O. M. Forsberg, Sodra Hamngatan 65
  • Oslo : F. J. Elster & M. R. Raffel, Princensgate 2c
  • Stockholm : Emil Alin, Gustav Adolfs Torg. 18
  • Port Said : Cory Bros. & Co., Ltd
  • Suez : G. Beyts & Co
  • Cairo : Thos. Cook & Son, Ltd., Tourist Office, nr. Shepheard's Hotel
  • Alexandria : Albert Mussa, 6 Marina
  • Algiers : Atwater Shipping Co., 5 Boulevard Carnot
  • Bombay : Grahams Trading Co., Ltd., Graham's Buildings, Parsee Bazaar Street
  • Calcutta : Grahams Trading Co., Ltd. (P.O. Box No. 147), 9 Clive St
  • Karachi : Grahams Trading Co., Ltd. (P.O. Box No. 30), McLeod Rd
  • Madras : Best & Co. (P.O. Box No. 63), First Line Beach
  • Colombo : Delmege, Forsyth & Co
  • New York : Anchor Line, 25 Broadway
  • Chicago : Anchor Line, 140 N. Dearborn Street
  • Atlanta : Anchor Line, 30 Walton Street
  • Baltimore : Anchor Line, 107 East Baltimore Street
  • Boston : Anchor Line, 126 State Street
  • Cleveland : Anchor Line, 1022 Chester Avenue
  • Detroit : Anchor Line, 1243 Washington Boulevard
  • Minneapolis : Anchor Line, Corner Third Street and Second Avenue, S
  • New Orleans : Anchor Line, 205 St. Charles Street
  • Philadelphia : Anchor Line, 220 South 16th Street
  • Pittsburgh : Anchor Line, 712 Smithfield Street
  • San Francisco : Anchor Line, S.W. Corner Market and First Streets
  • Seattle : Anchor Line, White Building, 407 Union Street
  • St. Louis : Anchor Line, 1135-37 Olive Street
  • Washington : Anchor Line, 1406 H. Street, N.W
  • Portland, ME. : The Robert Reford Co., Inc., 198 Middle Street
  • Montreal : The Robert Reford Co., Ltd., 20 Hospital Street
  • Quebec : The Robert Reford Co., Ltd., 67 St. Peter Street
  • Halifax, NS : The Robert Reford Co., Ltd., Corner George and Granville Sts
  • St. John, NB : The Robert Reford Co., Ltd., 162 Prince William Street
  • Toronto : The Robert Reford Co., Ltd., Bay and Wellington Streets
  • Vancouver : Anchor Line, 622 Hastings Street
  • Winnipeg : Anchor Line, Scott Block, 270 Main Street

September 1927 Westbound Voyage - T.S.S. Transylvania

  • Date of Voyage: 1927 September 3 - 12
  • Vessel: Transylvania
  • Class: Saloon and Second Class Passengers
  • Route: Glasgow » Moville » New York
  • Captain: David W. Bone
  • Number of Printed Pages: 16
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Saloon Passengers: 214
    • Second Class Passengers: 256
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 6
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 11.7 x 18.2 cm
  • Binding: Center Staples (Removed)
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 242, Column 1
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