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Passenger List, Holland-America Line T.S.S. Noordam, 18 June 1912

Cabin Passenger List for the T.S.S. Noordam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 19 June 1912 from New York for Rotterdam via Boulogne-sur-Mer, Commanded by Captain W. Krol, Lt., R.N.R.

List of Cabin Passengers
Holland-America Line
T.S.S. Noordam
Captain W. Krol, Lt., R.N.R.
From New York to Rotterdam
via Boulogne-sur-Mer
Tuesday, 18 June 1912

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: W. Krol, Lieut. R. N. R., Commander
  2. Chief-Officer: Vermeer
  3. Chief-Engineer: Sauer
  4. Physician: Dr. Wheeler
  5. Purser: Reyntjes
  6. Chief-Steward: Hooft

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, Holland-America Line T.S.S. Noordam, 18 June 1912

  1. Mrs. Mary E. Aldrich
  2. Miss Julia Anscomb
  3. Mr. Wm. Armstrong
  4. Miss Charline Baker
  5. Mr. Chas. Bamberger
  6. Mrs. Chas. Bamberger
  7. Miss Margaret Bauer
  8. Miss Katherine Beadle
  9. Mr. D. S. Beckwith
  10. Mrs. D. S. Beckwith
  11. Miss Beckwith
  12. Miss Clara Bentley
  13. Miss Mabel Bernhard
  14. Miss Wanda Best
  15. Mr. G. A. Bliss
  16. Mrs. G. A. Bliss
  17. Mr. Max Blumenthal
  18. Miss Rieka Blumenthal
  19. Mr. R. L. Borger
  20. Miss T. Bruck
  21. Mrs. August Burgwald
  22. Mr. G. M. Campbell
  23. Miss Jessie M. Campbell
  24. Miss Mary W. Carter
  25. Miss Agnes Carter
  26. Mrs. Benjamin Carter
  27. Miss Mary Louise Clark
  28. Mr. E. R. Clark
  29. Mrs. E. R. Clark
  30. Mast. Gareth Clark
  31. Miss C. L. Claypool
  32. Miss Martha Cobb
  33. Mr. Morris Cohn
  34. Mrs. R. T. Coleman
  35. Miss A. Collins
  36. Mrs. F. W. Cook
  37. Miss Stella Cook
  38. Mr. Harmon Cozzens
  39. Mrs. Harmon Cozzens
  40. Miss Janet L. Cozzens
  41. Miss Mildred J. Cozzens
  42. Mr. Clinton Crowell
  43. Mrs, Clinton Crowell and Child
  44. Mrs. W. Davids
  45. Mast. W. Davids, Jr.
  46. Mr. W. G. Davids
  47. Mr. Henry Deville
  48. Mrs. Henry Deville
  49. Mr. S. S. Dickson
  50. Miss Clara Dilman
  51. Miss Lu B. Dilman
  52. Miss Emma Dolfinger
  53. Miss Edna Dolfinger
  54. Miss Margaret Donnan
  55. Mrs. Herman Dressel
  56. Miss D. A. Dreier
  57. Mrs. Perit Dulles
  58. Miss Harriet W. Dulles
  59. Miss S. Heatly Dulles
  60. Mrs. J. F. Emmons
  61. Mr. Alexander Emmons
  62. Mrs. G. S. Everingham
  63. Miss H. Everingham
  64. Mr. Farjon
  65. Miss Maud Farnmn
  66. Miss Marion Fay
  67. Mr. B. Fiegel
  68. Mr. David G. Fiegel
  69. Miss Eunice Fiegel
  70. Mr. Geo. Freygang
  71. Mrs. Geo. Freygang
  72. Mr. Walter Freygang
  73. Mrs. C. Funke
  74. Mast. C. Funke
  75. Mast. Rud. Funke
  76. Mr. C. A. Goepel
  77. Miss Helen Goodrich
  78. Mrs. M. M. Gorgas
  79. Miss Mabel Gorgas
  80. Miss Mildred Green
  81. Rev. Dr. Rudolph Grossman
  82. Mrs. Rudolph Grossman
  83. Miss Pauline Grossman
  84. Miss Alice Grossman
  85. Mr. Dirk Haagmans
  86. Mr. Roy W. Hanna
  87. Mrs. Roy W. Hanna
  88. Miss Helen Harrington
  89. Miss Margaret Heald
  90. Miss Beatrice Hedges
  91. Mr. Arthur J. Herschmann
  92. Miss Emma Fless
  93. Miss Hattie Hess
  94. Miss M. Heubach
  95. Miss Caroline Hitchcock
  96. Miss E. Hoeborn
  97. Mr. Forest Hopkins
  98. Mrs. Forest Hopkins
  99. Miss Lucy Hopkins
  100. Miss Harriet Hopkins
  101. Miss Mary Hyde
  102. Dr. Robert Ives
  103. Mr. C. A. Jolles
  104. Miss Mary Josephs
  105. Mr. Hugh Josephs
  106. Mr. Deveraux Josephs
  107. Mr. L. C. Josephs
  108. Mr. A. Kircher
  109. Mrs. A. Kircher
  110. Miss Hildgard Kircher
  111. Miss Marion L. Knapp
  112. Rev. T. Knox
  113. Mrs. T. Knox and Child
  114. Mr. Th. W. Koch
  115. Prof. Elmer P. Kohler
  116. Miss Kolb Mr. Otto Krauss
  117. Mrs. Otto Krauss
  118. Miss Sophie Krauss
  119. Mast. Otto Krauss, Jr.
  120. Mr. G. Krouwel
  121. Mrs. G. Krouwel
  122. Miss Emily Lee
  123. Mr. Jan Lels
  124. Mrs. Jan Lels
  125. Mr. Ernst Levi
  126. Mrs. Ernst Levi
  127. Mr. Theodore B. Lewis
  128. Miss Amelia Lidtke
  129. Miss de Ligny
  130. Mrs. M. Loewy
  131. Mast. D. Loewy
  132. Mrs. Chas. Lothrop
  133. Miss Isabella Lothrop
  134. Dr. J. C. Mackenzie
  135. Mr. R. H. Mackenzie
  136. Miss Charlotte H. Mackenzie
  137. Mrs. James K. Maddux
  138. Miss Winifred Maddux and Maid
  139. Mr. Geo. F, Malcolm
  140. Mrs. Geo. F. Malcolm
  141. Miss Florence Malcolm
  142. Miss Manly
  143. Miss R. Meerloo Elizabeth Mercelis, M.D.
  144. Miss L. Metzger
  145. Mr. S. M. Meyer
  146. Mr. Andre C. Mottu
  147. Miss Elizabeth Mottu
  148. Miss Hanny Mottu
  149. Mr. Edward Muller
  150. Mrs. I. J. R. Muurling
  151. Miss Nellie McCabe
  152. Mr. Oscar Naundorff
  153. Mrs. Oscar Naundorff
  154. Miss Edith Nichols
  155. Mr. C. H. Ocumpaugh
  156. Mrs. C. H. Ocumpaugh
  157. Mr. Herbert E. Ocumpaugh
  158. Baron H. van Oldeneel
  159. Baroness H. van Oldeneel
  160. Mast, van Oldeneel
  161. Miss A. H. Opwyrda
  162. Miss Adelaide Orr
  163. Mr. Jean Orteig
  164. Mrs. Jean Orteig
  165. Mr. Raymond Orteig
  166. Mrs. Raymond Orteig
  167. Miss Alice Parker
  168. Mr. F. Pemberton
  169. Mr. John Rush Powell
  170. Mrs. John Rush Powell
  171. Miss Elizabeth Powell
  172. Mrs. W. E. Pulliam
  173. Miss Augusta N. Putnam
  174. Miss Maria L. Reuche
  175. Mr. Chas. T. Rinck
  176. Mr. H. L. Ruetz
  177. Mrs. Jos. Ruffner
  178. Miss Mary Rushmore
  179. Miss Josefa Schrakamp
  180. Mrs. W. Schutte
  181. Mr. P. Sebistyen
  182. Mrs. P. Sebistyen
  183. Mr. S. Skidelsky
  184. Mr. Ph. W. van der Sleyden
  185. Mrs. Ph. W. van der Sleyden
  186. Mr. A. Sluizer
  187. Mr. B. P. Smith
  188. Prof. B. W. Snow
  189. Mrs. B. W. Snow
  190. Miss M. V. Stanley
  191. Mr. Fred B. Stimson
  192. Miss M. Suck
  193. Mrs. S. Wachner
  194. Miss S. Wachner
  195. Mrs. Frances Wanzer
  196. Dr. M. F. Weinrich
  197. Mrs. M. F. Weinrich
  198. Mr. Geo. O. Wild
  199. Miss A. F. Williams
  200. Mr. G. Walter Willis
  201. Mr. Wm. J. Wilson
  202. Mrs. Mary B. Wilson
  203. Miss Helen Wilson
  204. Miss Alice Wilson
  205. Miss Mary G. Wilson
  206. Mr. G. Winternitz
  207. Rabbi Louis Wolsey
  208. Mrs. Louis Wolsey
  209. Mrs. H. A. Wrenn
  210. Mr. P. Wundsch
  211. Mr. Ellis L. Yatman
  212. Mr. Jas. O. Yatman
  213. Mrs. Jas. O. Yatman
  214. Miss Anna S. Yerkes
  215. Mr. Burbank Young
  216. Mr. Chauncey Young

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

Back Cover, Passenger List, Holland-America Line T.S.S. Noordam, 18 June 1912

  1. Mr. J. Henry Amt
  2. Mr. George Amt
  3. Sister Mary Angelie
  4. Mr. H/Bakker
  5. Miss Christina Bargon
  6. Mr. A. B. Bauss
  7. Miss Helen Bauss
  8. Miss Marie Bergmans
  9. Miss Lizzie Berktold
  10. Mr. Herbert Best
  11. Mr. Jacob de Bliek
  12. Mr. I. N. Bloom
  13. Mr. Nathan P. Bloom
  14. Mrs. T. van der Boom
  15. Miss Tyly Braff
  16. Mrs. Antonia Brook
  17. Miss Anna Brook
  18. Master Alex. Brook
  19. Mr. P. J. van Bruggen
  20. Mrs. P. J. van Bruggen
  21. Mr. Albert Caluri
  22. Mrs. Th. Cardassus
  23. Master John Cardassus
  24. Mrs. Romanie Claeys
  25. Miss Clementine Claeys
  26. Prof. C. Everett Conant
  27. Mr. W. Pratt Dale
  28. Mr. A. van Dartel
  29. Mr. Otto Denz
  30. Mr. H. A. Dohmann
  31. Mr. J. C. Duncan
  32. Miss Margaret S. Duncan
  33. Miss Gabrielle Duroyaume
  34. Mr. H. Duyvenz
  35. Mrs. Julia van Dyke
  36. Mrs. J. Ebert Buchheim
  37. Miss Isolde Ebert Buchheim
  38. Master Wolfrom Ebert Buchheim
  39. Miss Elizabeth Ebert Buchheim
  40. Mr. Chris. Ehman
  41. Mrs. Chris. Ehman
  42. Mrs. C. Engeman
  43. Miss Engeman
  44. Mr. Chretienne van Esse
  45. Dr. Oscar Faber
  46. Mr. A. B. Farnsworth
  47. Mrs. A. Forbes and Infant
  48. Mr. Abraham Fraenkel
  49. Mrs. Ella Fraenkel
  50. Mrs. Kate Friedl
  51. Mr. G. van Geffen
  52. Mr. Adolf Gehrhadt
  53. Mrs. W. Georgewich and Infant
  54. Mr. Frans van Gennert
  55. Miss Louisette Geytenbeek
  56. Mr. Isaac Gobus
  57. Mrs. Isaac Gobus
  58. Mr. Peter Goodyk
  59. Rev. E. van der Grinten
  60. Rev. A. van der Grinten
  61. Mr. E. Hanswirth
  62. Miss Anna Heinsius
  63. Mrs. Emma Hein'zelman
  64. Mr. Albert IT. Heitman
  65. Mrs. Ottilie Heitman
  66. Sister Mary Heriberta
  67. Mrs. Eliz. ITerold
  68. Miss Helma ITerold
  69. Miss Anna Herschkovitz
  70. Mr. Sam. B. Hotchkiss
  71. Mss Anna Hutzli
  72. Mr. Sidney Jaques
  73. Mrs. Sidney Jacjues
  74. Mr. Siebren de Jong
  75. Miss Tryntje de Jong
  76. Miss Flendrikje de Jong
  77. Mr. Christian Jung
  78. Mrs. Christian Jung and Infant
  79. Master George J. Jung
  80. Miss Jennie Jung
  81. Miss M. Junod
  82. Miss Ida Kaegi
  83. Mr. George Kalberer
  84. Miss Elizabeth Kehr
  85. Miss Anne A. Kellogg
  86. Mrs. D. Kiner
  87. Miss Nettie Kiner
  88. Miss Bessie Kolarik
  89. Mr. Carl H. Koopman
  90. Mr. Friedrich Koppmeier
  91. Mrs. Friedrich Koppmeier and Infant
  92. Miss Martha van Kooten
  93. Miss R. Kramer
  94. Mr. C. AI. van Kroonenburgh
  95. Mrs. van der Laan
  96. Mrs. J. van Lammcren
  97. Alaster van Lammeren
  98. Mr. Lamping
  99. Mr. Simon Lemle
  100. Mrs. E. Lier
  101. Mr. H. J. Lindeman
  102. Mrs. H. J. Lindeman
  103. Mrs. Dora Luetscher
  104. Mr. Lutje
  105. Mrs. Alaryanna Madaj
  106. Mrs. Mary Mangisch
  107. Mr. August Marnef
  108. Miss Alartha Alarlateau
  109. Miss Marie Merlateau
  110. Mr. Mertens
  111. Mr. Fred van der Mey
  112. Mr. Frank L. Aliller
  113. Mrs. H. Aliller
  114. Mr. Richard Mink
  115. Miss Lina L. Monnier
  116. Mr. L. Muchnic
  117. Miss Kathe Mukelt
  118. Miss Elise Mumenthaler
  119. Mr. Walter Nawyn
  120. Prof. G. Nelli
  121. Miss M. de Nobel
  122. Prof. Wm. Notz
  123. Mr. Hneryk Ostaszewski
  124. Miss Anna Pankoke
  125. Mr. George Pauli
  126. Rev. W. Pawelkewicz
  127. Prof. H. H. Peckham
  128. Mrs. Josephine Peters
  129. Miss B. Peters
  130. Mrs. Ida Pfeffer
  131. Mr. Clarence Philbrick
  132. Miss Frieda Picking
  133. Mr. Peter Picking
  134. Mrs. K. Ploeger
  135. Mr. John Post
  136. Miss Martha Rein
  137. Miss Cillie Reinstein
  138. Miss Carrie Reuschle
  139. Miss E. B. Roberts
  140. Mrs. Eliz. Roos
  141. Mr. Fred. L. Rosemond
  142. Mr. F. Salutz
  143. Mr. Malvin Sander
  144. Mrs. Lina Sander
  145. Mr. Emil Schenkel
  146. Miss Erna Schimorda
  147. Mr. John Schmelz
  148. Mrs. John Schmelz
  149. Mr. Robert Schubach
  150. Mrs. Robert Schubach
  151. Mr. Wm. Schweickhardt
  152. Mr. Benny Sherr
  153. Mr. Albert de Smet
  154. Miss S. F. Speerstra
  155. Miss Paula Stark
  156. Mr. Carl Steigmeier
  157. Mrs. Carl Steigmeier
  158. Mrs. Rudolf Streuli
  159. Miss Elisa Strobel
  160. Sister Mary Suitberta
  161. Mr. Chas. Tachau
  162. Mr. Peter Tack
  163. Miss Mary Teljer
  164. Miss F. Tilly
  165. Mr. Geo. Timme
  166. Mrs. Geo. Timme
  167. Rev. Theo. Toeller
  168. Mr. Harry Townsend
  169. Mr. A. A. Trip
  170. Mr. H. Trit
  171. Mr. Julius vande Vloet
  172. Mr. Anton van der Voort
  173. Mrs. E. Voegeli
  174. Miss E. Voegeli
  175. Miss Bertha Wallerstein
  176. Mrs. R. Westra
  177. Mr. E. F. Wierdsma
  178. Mrs. E. F. Wierdsma
  179. Master CHiver Wierdsma
  180. Mrs. Mamie Winokur and Infant
  181. Mrs. Katherine Wortman
  182. Mrs. Gussie Zakowsky
  183. Mrs. Katherine Zitzelberger
  184. Master Anton Zitzelberger

The Fleet Of The Holland-America Line consists of the following steamships:

Twin screw Steamship ,,ROTTERDAM”
Twin screw Steamship „NIEUW AMSTERDAM” Twin screw Steamship „NOORDAM”
Twin screw Steamship „RYNDAM”
Twin screw Steamship „POTSDAM” ranging from 12,531 to 24,170 tons gross register, whereas a new Triple screw Steamship of 32,500 tons gross register is building.

All steamships are of enormous tonnage, and splendidly equipped for the safety and comfort of Passengers. They are all provided with the latest improvements, have bilge keels, superb decks, halls, saloons and large staterooms, and are fitted with the Marconi system for wireless telegraphy and the Submarine Signal Receiving Apparatus. They carry the U.S. and Royal Netherlands Mails and maintain a regular weekly service between New York and Rotterdam, stopping both ways at Boulogne-sur-Mer for the landing and embarkation of Passengers. Moreover S.S. ROTTER¬DAM” and „NIEUW AMSTERDAM” will, on the eastbound voyage, call at Plymouth for the landing of Passengers to Great Britain.

For full information, sailings, and rates, apply to the Passenger Offices of the Holland-America Line, or to its local Agents.

Porter Services

The HOLLAND-AMER1CA LINE takes pleasure in announcing that, for the convenience of its Passengers, it has established a Porter Service for the carrying of packages, hand-baggage, etc., between the HOLLAND- AMERICA LINE docks and the Railroad and Ferry Terminals, or any part of Hoboken, Jersey City, New York and Brooklyn.

On arrival or departure, dates of every steamer, uni¬formed attendants with the word “Attendant” on their collar, and “Holland-America Line” on their cap can be engaged for above named services at the docks or rail¬roads or ferry terminals at fixed charges.

Steamer Rugs

Rugs may be rented of the purser at $ I. per trip.
Passengers renting same are entitled to receive each rug in sealed paper wrappings as a guarantee that the rug has not been used since being cleaned and disinfected.

Information for Passengers

BERTHS AND STATEROOMS should be reserved as soon as possible in order to secure the most favorable location, especially during the summer season, when all available rooms are usually engaged considerable time (sometimes months) previous to departure of the steamship. When applying for accommodations, either by mail or telegraph, the name of the steamship, date of departure, number and sex of Passengers, and desired class of accommodations, should be stated.

BERTHS are not considered engaged unless secured by paying a deposit of $ 25.00 per. berth for the first cabin and $ 10.00 per berth for the second cabin accommodations. The balance of the passage money must be paid not later than two weeks before sailing; if this has not been paid on or before that time, the Company reserves the right to resell the allotted accommodations. Deposits are refunded only if notice of cancellation is given not later than three weeks before sailing.

Passengers who do not sail on the steamship for which they have engaged accommodations or purchased a ticket, will forfeit fifty per cent of the passage money, unless notice is given not later than three weeks previous to sailing.

RETURN AND PREPAID TICKETS entitle holders to passage only during the season and for the accommodations for which they have’ been issued. If used at any other season or for other accommo¬dations than the face value indicates, holders will be required to make additional payment, or will be refunded any eventual difference in accordance with rates and rules in effect.

RETURN OR PREPAID TICKETS are good for one year from date of issue and are not transferable. Upon application to one of the Company’s Passenger Offices, they may be extended by paying the difference between the rate in effect at the date of issue and time of sailing, in accordance with the conditions on the passage contract.

RETURN ACCOMMODATIONS may be secured through the Company’s Passenger Offices or Agents. They should be engaged when securing berths for the outward trip, or as soon thereafter as possible. If a Passenger is prevented from sailing on a steamship for which return accommodations have been secured, a transfer to an earlier or later steamship can be made by applying to any of the Company’s Offices or Agencies, provided application for the transfer be made not later than three weeks previous to the departure of the steamship on which berths had originally been reserved, and provided there be room available on the steamer selected.

INTERCHANGEABLE TICKETS. — The Holder of a return ticket first or second class has the option of returning by one of the following lines: American Line, Atlantic Transport Line, Austro- Americana, Compagnie Generate Transatlantique, Cunard Line, Dominion Line, Hamburg-American Line, Leyland Line, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Red Star Line and White Star Line, subject to the rules and regulations of the line by which the ticket is used. Return tickets of any of the above lines will in the same way be honored by the Holland-America Line.

IF UNUSED RETURN TICKETS are offered for cancellation, the amount paid for the round trip, less full outgoing fare and agent’s commission, will be refunded against delivery of the return certificate to one of the Company’s General Passenger Offices after authorization has been received from the Company’s General Passenger Office at Rotterdam.

BAGGAGE. — Merchandise and Household-Articles are not accepted as baggage, but pay regular freight, as per tariff.

THROUGH CHECKING OF BAGGAGE FOR PARIS. — Baggage of cabin Passengers from New York to Paris via Boulogne-sur-Mer, can be checked through at our docks in Hoboken before embarkation, or on board the steamer.

STEAMER TRUNKS should not be higher than 13 inches, and of the usual width and length, so that they can be placed under the berth or sofa in the stateroom.

LARGER PIECES OF BAGGAGE are not permitted in the staterooms, but are stowed away in the baggage hold.

All pieces of baggage destined for staterooms must be marked „wanted”, those for the baggage hold „not wanted”, and must bear Passenger’s name, destination, number of berth and name of steamship; tags may he had at all Company’s Offices and Agencies or, on board, from the Baggage master. Eastbound Passengers from the interior should have their baggage checked to the HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE dock, foot of Fifth Street, Hoboken, N. J., by the baggage express Agent on the train, previous to arrival in New York, Jersey City, etc.

CUSTOM HOUSE EXAMINATION. * — The baggage of Passengers leaving the steamship at Boulogne-sur-Mer, will he examined by the French Custom House Officers at the Gare Maritime at said port, or on arrival at Paris. The examination by the Holland Custom House Officials will take place on arrival at Rotterdam, or at the Hook of Holland, at the pier of the HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE, built at the „Hook” in 1903, and which pier may be used as a landing place for Passengers and their baggage whenever tide or other circumstances may prevent the steamship from proceeding at once to Rotterdam.

ORDERS FOR DELIVERY of baggage free of charge at the railway depots in Rotterdam and Boulogne-sur-Mer are taken by the Baggage master on board the ship.

BICYCLES, provided properly crated, will he taken as baggage at owner’s risk, at a fixed rate.

STEAMER CHAIRS, of improved construction, may be rented at the different Offices of the Company, on the dock and on board the steamer for one trip, at a fixed rate.

STEAMER RUGS can be hired on board from the Purser at a charge of $ 1.— for one trip.

VALUABLES. This Company will not he responsible for money, jewelry or other valuables of Passengers.

Passengers are warned not to keep such articles in their staterooms. Keys to the staterooms may be obtained from the chief Steward upon application.

Each steamship is supplied with a safe in which all articles of value may he deposited.
Both S.S. „ROTTERDAM” and „NIEUW AMSTERDAM” are provided with a safe deposit which is at the disposal of Passengers.

INFLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE ARTICLES are not allowed on hoard.

ARMS must be surrendered to the Purser during the voyage.

SEATS AT TABLE. — Seats at table, are allotted by the chief Steward or his assistant.
MAIL will be accepted by the Purser after leaving New York and forwarded by pilot from Sandy Hook, without responsibility for proper mailing, however, on the part of the Company. Letters or postcards to be posted at Plymouth, Boulogne-sur-Mer or Rotterdam should be put into the mailbag which will be hung in due time in a convenient place. Passengers are requested to put their letters etc. into the mailbag themselves.

Stamps, stationery, postal cards, cable and telegraph blanks can be obtained from the saloon Steward.

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS. — The Company is willing to accept letters or telegrams for Passengers to be delivered on board on arrival or departure, without assuming, however, any respon¬sibility for their proper delivery. The name of the Passenger should be distinctly written, also the name of the steamship on which Passengers travel. Undelivered letters are returned to the Post Office.

MONEY. — Money of the United States or of European countries is accepted on board the steamships of the HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE in payment ofall bills, at fixed rates of Exchange. Foreign moneys are bought and sold at current rates at the Company’s Offices in Europe.
The attention of the Managers has been called to the fact that certain persons, believed to be professional gamblers, are in the habit of travelling to and fro in Atlantic steamships.
In bringing this to the knowledge of Travelers, the Managers, while not wishing in the slightest degree to interfere with the freedom of action of Patrons of the HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE, desire to invite their assistance in discouraging games of chance, as being likely to afford these individuals special opportunities for taking unfair advantage of others.

CLAIMS. — In case of any disagreement arising between the Passenger and the Purser on board as regards charges to be paid, number of tickets required or passage money due, or accommodations to be assigned, the Passenger is respectfully requested to pay the Purser’s claim, take his receipt for same and upon arrival refer the case to the Passenger Agent, who will promptly investigate and adjust same. The Purser has no discretionary power in such matters, hut is governed by rules which he is not authorized to change.

DOGS. — Passengers are reminded that, under the laws of the United Kingdom, the importation of dogs into Great Britain is prohibited unless a permit has been first obtained from the Board of Agriculture.

Wireless Telegraph Rates.

All charges to be prepaid. — Please ask for gratis official receipt.

UNITED STATES AND CANADA. — Text only counted and charged for: address and signature free, except in messages to he sent by cable.

The Minimum Marconi rate, via Sea Gate, Sagaponack or South Wellfleet (Cape Cod), or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations is 8 s. 4 d. ($ 2.—) for ten words. Each extra word 6 d ($ 0.12); via Siasconsett or Cape Race, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, 12 s. 6 d. ($ 3.—) for ten words. Each extra word 9 d ($ 0.18); via Sable Island or Cape Sable, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, 16 s. 8 d. ($ 4.—) for ten words. Each extra word is 1 s. ($ 0.24).

GREAT-BRITAIN AND IRELAND. — The wireless rate via British Shore Stations, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, is made up of the ship charge at 40 ernes. ($ 0.08) per word, with a Minimum of 4 frs. ($ 0.80) per telegram, plus the coast charge at 6 d. ($0.12) per word without Minimum.

FRANCE. — The wireless rate via French Shore Stations or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these Stations, is made up of the ship charge at 40 ernes. ($ 0.08) per word, with a Minimum of 4 frs. ($ 0.80) per telegram, plus the coast charge at 40 cmes. ($ 0.08) per word without Minimum.

HOLLAND. — The wireless rate via Scheveningen, or through the medium of a passing steamer and that Station, is made up of the ship charge at 40 cmes. ($ 0.08) per word, with a Minimum of 4 frs. ($ 0.80) per telegram, plus the coast charge at 10 cents (Dutch) ($ 0.04) per word with a Minimum of 1 Florin ($ 0.40) per telegram.

BELGIUM — The wireless rate via Nieuport, or through the medium of a passing steamer and that Station, is made up of the ship charge at 40 cmes. ($ 0.08) per word, with a Minimum of 4 frs. ($ 0.80) per telegram, plus the coast charge at 20 cmes. ($ 0.04) per word, with a Minimum of 2 frs. ($ 0.40) per telegram.

SHIP TO SHIP. — The wireless rate for ship to ship traffic is made up of the accepting ship charge at 40 cmes. ($ 0.08) per word (with a Minimum of 4 frs. ($ 0.80) per telegram) plus the ship charge belonging to the ship of destination; the latter charge varies according to the nationality of the ship, and may be 4 d. ($ 0.08) per word without Minimum as for British ships; 30 cmes. ($ 0.06) per word (with a Minimum of 3 frs. ($ 0.60) per telegram) for Spanish ships; etc.

NOTE. In messages sent via European Shore Stations and to other Ships, all words in address, text, and signature are counted and charged for.
Land and Cable Charges additional.

Images Available For This Passenger List

Front Cover Fleet Proposed Sailings Title Page Porter Service
Front Cover Fleet Proposed Sailings Title Page Porter Service
Officers Steamer Rugs First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers
Officers Steamer Rugs First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers
First Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
First Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
Offices and Agencies Passenger Information Passenger Information Track Chart Back Cover
Offices and Agencies Passenger Information Passenger Information Track Chart Back Cover

Prepared 2015-05-20 by Paul K. Gjenvick, MAS, Archivist

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