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Passenger List, R.M.S.P., S.S. Orduna, 27 March 1923

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Orduna of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company (RMSP), Departing 27 March 1923 from Hamburg to Bermuda and New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain G. E. Warner.

List of Cabin Passengers
Royal Mail Steam Packet Company - R.M.S.P.
S.S. Orduna
Captain G. E. Warner
Hamburg to Bermuda and New York
via Southampton and Cherbourg
Tuesday, 27 March 1923

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain G. E. Warner, R.D. R.N.R., Commander
  2. Chief Officer A. U. Thomson
  3. Second Officer J. W. Carr
  4. Extra Second Officer J. VIVIAN, R.N.R
  5. Third Officer J. Smith
  6. Chief Engineer J. H. BASSETT
  7. Second Engineer W. DAWKINS
  8. Third Engineer S. H. SHORTO
  9. Surgeon VINCENT MOXEY, M.R.C.S. Eng. L.R.C.P. Land
  10. Purser H. A. STODDART, R.N.R
  11. Assistant Purser R. S. EADIE
  12. Assistant Purser D. A. Walsh
  13. Assistant Purser - H. C. Collins
  14. Chief Steward P. H. FOYLE

The S.S. Orduna departed from Hamburg on Tuesday, 27 March 1923, and from Southampton and Cherbourg on Thursday, 29 March, 1923 on to Bermuda and New York.

List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover - 27 March 1923 Passenger List, S.S. Orduna, Royal Mail Steam Packet Company (R.M.S.P.)

  1. Achtziger, Mr. F
  2. Agoston, Mrs. A
  3. Allen, Mrs. I
  4. Almendinger, Master
  5. Almendinger, Mr
  6. Almendinger, Mrs
  7. Andrieu, Miss, M. N
  8. Arpe, Miss. M
  9. Axher, Mr. A
  10. Baltzu, Miss
  11. Baumgarten, Master R
  12. Baumgarten, Miss E
  13. Baumgarten, Miss Ella
  14. Baumgarten, Mr. H
  15. Bayer, Mr. K
  16. Bendfield, Miss E
  17. Benze, Miss M. J
  18. Berger Miss L
  19. Berger, Mr. P
  20. Bielefeldt, Mr. F
  21. Birkenbeil, Mr. W
  22. Blair, Miss E
  23. Blessing, Mr. W
  24. Borden, Mr. McKee
  25. Bottum, Mr. J
  26. Boyda. Mr. G
  27. Braren, Miss L
  28. Brittan, Master F
  29. Brittan, Mr. G
  30. Brittan, Mrs. J
  31. Brownfield, Dr. F. W
  32. Bruhn, Mr. W
  33. Bryan, Mr. J
  34. Bryan, Mrs. W
  35. Campbell, Mr. A
  36. Castrup, Mr. A
  37. Chartum. Mr. M
  38. Chubert, Miss E
  39. Coombes, Mr. E. E. C
  40. Cooper, Mrs. E
  41. Cooper; Mr. H
  42. Dejonge, Miss F
  43. Dennison, Mr. R
  44. Deutsch. Mr. P
  45. Dodge, Miss E
  46. Dodge, Mrs. E
  47. Edward, Mr. E
  48. Eifler Mrs. M
  49. Einsel, Mr. E
  50. Einsel, Mrs. S
  51. Evans, Mr. W
  52. Fielder, Master T
  53. Fielder, Mrs. M
  54. Flieger, Mr. F
  55. Flieger, Mr. S
  56. Fox, Miss N
  57. Gadow, Miss E
  58. Godefroy, Mr. A
  59. Goldberg, Mr. A
  60. Goldenberg, Mr. B
  61. Gottschalk, Mr. F
  62. Green, Mr. M
  63. Green, Mrs. R
  64. Greig, Mrs. Jane
  65. Harrington, Mr. G
  66. Hauswald, Miss G
  67. Heller, Miss S
  68. Hennigson, Master P
  69. Hennigson, Master R
  70. Hennigson, Mrs. A
  71. Henning, Mr. W
  72. Henschel, Lady Amy
  73. Heubaum, Miss A
  74. Hillyer-Labouchere Mrs. S
  75. Hinsth, Miss N
  76. Hirsch, Dr. S
  77. Hoepfner, Miss M
  78. Hofer, Mr. P
  79. Hsihling, J. Mr
  80. Hudak, Miss M
  81. Humphreys, Miss F
  82. Humphreys, Miss M
  83. Humphreys, Mrs. S. P
  84. Humphreys, The Rev. O.F
  85. Ishimoto, Mr. K
  86. Johrens, Miss A
  87. Kaestlin, Mr. Geo
  88. Kiefer, Mr. R
  89. Kilian, Mr. P
  90. Kondo, Mr. N
  91. Kovach, Master L
  92. Kovach, Mrs. A
  93. Kruger, Miss E
  94. Kugel, Mrs. C
  95. Larsky, Colonel G
  96. Le Baloche, Miss H
  97. Lehmann, Mr. K
  98. Leiss, Mr. W
  99. Lenffer, Mr
  100. Lloyd, Major R. B
  101. Low, Mrs. R
  102. Maher, Miss W
  103. Marburg, Mrs. H
  104. Martinez, Mr. B
  105. Martinez, Mrs. B
  106. McDonald, Mr. L
  107. McLaren, Miss W
  108. Meeker, Mr. C
  109. Mend, Mr. V
  110. Mois, Mr. J
  111. Moller, Mr. O. P
  112. Moore Dr. John
  113. Moore, Mrs. H
  114. Morton, Mr. C
  115. Morton, Mrs. H
  116. Mosch, Mr
  117. Moser, Miss W
  118. Moser, Mr. 0
  119. Moser, Mrs, D
  120. Moser, Mrs. E
  121. Nelles. Mrs, R
  122. Nordstrom Mr. C
  123. Nordstrom, Mrs. C
  124. Oldbury Mrs. E
  125. Oyel, Miss R
  126. Patake, Dr. F
  127. Popp, Mr. H
  128. Preston, Miss S
  129. Preston, Mrs. A
  130. Pringle, Mr. H
  131. Reihm, Mr. K
  132. Reihm, Mrs
  133. Reinecke, Mr. A
  134. Renz, Miss L
  135. Riethmuller, Mr. M
  136. Roesler, Mr. A
  137. Roesler, Mr. H
  138. Roitman, Mr. B
  139. Salamandra. Miss K
  140. Salesker, Mrs. E
  141. Sanford, Miss C
  142. Sanford, Miss E
  143. Sanford, Miss J
  144. Sanford, Mr. W
  145. Sanford, Mrs. F
  146. Sanford, Mrs. L
  147. Scherf, Miss E
  148. Scheu Mrs. B
  149. Schlesinger Mr. L
  150. Schneider, Mr. J
  151. Schramm, Mr. G
  152. Schroeder, Mrs. B
  153. Schulz. Miss W
  154. Sharfsin, Mr. I
  155. Shassbourge, Mrs. I
  156. Smith, Miss H
  157. Smith, Mr. C
  158. Smith, Mrs. L
  159. Spencer, Mr. N
  160. Spencer, Mrs. H
  161. Staudt, Mr. C
  162. Staudt, Mrs. J
  163. Steiner, Mr. G
  164. Steinminger, Miss J
  165. Stulpnagel, Miss A
  166. Sylvester, Mr. H
  167. Sylvester, Mrs. H
  168. Szwarzthal, Miss F
  169. Toos, Miss J
  170. Towle, Miss E
  171. Trumpy. Mr. R
  172. Underwood, Mrs. E
  173. Vollweiler, Miss L
  174. Wassermann, Mr. H
  175. Watson, Mr. G
  176. Watson, Mr. S
  177. Watson. Mr. J
  178. Webber, Mr. G
  179. Weber, Miss E
  180. Webster, Mr. J
  181. Werner, Mr. H
  182. Wexler, Master H
  183. Wexler, Miss M
  184. Wexler, Mr. B
  185. Wexler, Mrs. D
  186. Wille, Mr. G
  187. Wille, Mrs. H
  188. Wilms, Mr. C
  189. Wilms, Mrs. A
  190. Winser, Mr. E
  191. Wise, Miss M
  192. Wise, Mr. C
  193. Wise, Mrs
  194. Wisemann, Miss R
  195. Wisemann, Mr. C
  196. Wisemann, Mrs. L
  197. Wochenfuss, Mr. W
  198. Wochenfuss, Mrs. E

Information for First and Second Class Passengers

Enquiries as to hold baggage should be addressed to the Chief Officer, and cabin baggage to the Purser.

Passengers are recommended to insure their Baggage, as the Company's liability is strictly limited in accordance with Contract Ticket.

Baggage for Great Britain

  1. The principal articles commonly brought by Passengers on which duties of Customs are chargeable on importation into the United Kingdom are : Cinematograph films, clocks, watches and parts, cocoa, coffee, dried fruits, motor cars, motor cycles and parts, saccharine and mixtures, spirits, liqueurs, perfumery, sugar, confectionery, tea, tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, and wine.
    Any quantities, however small, of such articles brought in the baggage or on the persons of Passengers must be declared and produced to the Customs Officers in attendance for the examination of baggage.
    The discovery by the officers of any such articles which have not been so declared may lead to the detention of the passenger and his baggage, and, in eases of obvious concealment, to arrest and prosecution and confiscation of the dutiable articles.
    Gold or silver plate of foreign manufacture which has not been assayed in this country must be produced.
    Foreign reprints of registered copyright works, including music, and extracts of tea, coffee, chicory or tobacco are prohibited, and if found will be forfeited.
    Merchandise is prohibited to be imported in
  2. Explosives are prohibited to be imported in baggage. Such goods, together with the package in which they are found, will be detained
  3. The importation of dogs is prohibited unless authorised by a licence issued by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries. Attempts to land dogs illegally may lead to the forfeiture of the animals and the prosecution of the offenders
  4. Any bribe, recompense, or reward, given, offered, or promised by any person to an officer of His Britannic Majesty's Customs as an inducement to him to neglect his duty in any way renders such person liable to a penalty of £200, and the officer who accepts it liable to dismissal

These enactments will be strictly enforced. The baggage of any passenger who contravenes the law will be retained for special examination after the baggage of all the other Passengers has been cleared.

New York Baggage

All Passengers, before being allowed to land at New York, will require to fill in a baggage declaration form, which can be obtained on application to the Purser. No baggage will be cleared through the Customs unless such form has been completed.

New York. Passengers are landed at the Company's Pier, No. 42, North River, Foot of West 14th Street. After landing, Passengers should enquire at the desk on the wharf for letters and telegrams.

Cherbourg. Passengers and their baggage are landed by tender. The rail journey from Cherbourg to Paris takes about 6 hours.

Hamburg. Passengers and their baggage are landed either at Cuxhaven or Hamburg. In the case of the former they will be conveyed by train to Hamburg without extra charge.

Southampton. Passengers and their baggage are landed at Southampton Docks. A special train leaves for Waterloo from alongside about one hour after debarkation.

Service DINING Saloons
Seats at Table. Application should be made to the Second Steward on board the steamer on day of sailing.

Hours for Meals
First Class Second Class
Coffee or Tea served I. 7 a.m. 7 a.m.
in Cabin.
Breakfast ... 8.30-9.30 a.m. 8 a.m.
Luncheon ... 12.30 p.m. 12 noon.
Afternoon Tea ... 4 p.m. 4 p.m.
Dinner ... 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

Half-an-hour previously a bell will be rung or a bugle blown.

All Passengers in good health are expected, to take their meals at the public table, and to appear suitably dressed.

Meals cannot be served in the state-rooms or on deck, except in cases of illness.

Only children paying full fares are allowed seats at the saloon table.

Meal Hours (Children's)
The hours for meals for children are as follows :
Breakfast 8 a.m.
Lunch Noon
Tea - 3.30 p.m.
Dinner 5.30 p.m.

The menus are varied as much as possible, but parents are recommended to consult with the Chief Steward as to the requirements of their children.

Passengers' servants (including valets) will take their meals at the times stipulated for children.

Deck Chairs and Rugs

Deck chairs and rugs can be hired for the voyage at fixed charges.

Payment should be made to the Deck Steward, who will issue a ticket, which can be placed in the space provided at the back of the chair.

The ship's Barber is authorised to charge for his services according to a fixed scale, a copy of which can be seen on application.

Foreign money will be taken at the rate of exchange authorised by the Company, the list of which can be seen in the Barber's shop.

As the space in the shops is so limited it is required that not more than five persons should be in the rooms at the same time.

Electric hair curlers are supplied for the use of Passengers free of charge, and can be obtained on application to the Stewardess.

The use of spirit and other lamps (a source of great danger) is prohibited on board.

The Barbers have instructions that they are not to leave customers who may be there for haircutting, etc., to serve others with goods.

A detailed price list of the articles for sale in/ay be seen in the Barber's shop.

Property Retained By The Passenger
Property retained by the Passenger in cabin or upon person must not be left lying about the ship or cabin, but, when not in actual use, must be locked in trunk, etc., so as not to be easily opened or removed. Failure of a passenger to observe these requirements shall, in case of loss, etc., be deemed negligence of the passenger.

The Company will not be responsible for any property left unguarded by the passenger in the cabin or elsewhere on board whilst the steamer is in port.

The Surgeon is authorised to charge for professional attendance. The fee for each visit is 7s. 6d. for first-class Passengers. For second-class Passengers the fee is 2s. 6d. for each visit.
Accounts will be rendered by the Surgeon before the termination of the voyage. Medicines prescribed will be supplied by the Company free.

Money Exchange
A money exchange office has been provided on board and will be open at the times notified on the ship's notice-board.

Wireless Telegraphy
The Marconi house is situated on the boat deck, and all messages should be handed to the operator, who will supply full information regarding charges.

All messages are subject to censorship on the part of the Company's Officers, who must be satisfied as to the meaning of code words.

The Bandsmen on board the steamers are on the ship's articles and are properly remunerated by the R.M.S.P. Company. It is the desire of the Company that subscriptions for the band should not be encouraged. If, however, any subscriptions are made on their behalf they can only be regarded as voluntary on the part of Passengers, from whom no subscription is necessary.

WINE Tickets
Passengers are informed that credit accounts for wine, etc. (by means of signed wine cards), are not allowed.

Passengers are recommended to provide themselves on coming on board with prepaid wine tickets for use at the bar or at table. They can be purchased from the Purser or Barman in coupon books, as follows :
Book of 10 tickets at 6d. each - 5s.
10 9d. " - 7s 6d.
10 " la. " - 10s.
otherwise cash must be handed to the waiter with each order.

No exception to this rule can be permitted.

The use of such prepaid wine tickets will avoid g. the trouble and inconvenience arising from want of change on board, and prevent dissatisfaction or dispute as to the correctness of wine accounts.

Any ticket not used, and not detached from its counterfoil, will be redeemed by the Purser on nearing destination.

Smoke-ROOM Bar
Smoke-room bar is closed at 11 p.m. or at the discretion of the Commander.

Code Books
Copies of Bentley's and A.B.C. (Fifth Edition) Codes are provided on board for the use of Passengers. Application should be made to the Enquiry Office.

Cablegrams and telegrams should be handed to the Social Hall Steward two hours before arrival at port.

Letters, etc., written on the high seas and posted in the ship's letter-box will be handed over to the Postal Authorities at the next port of arrival, and must have British postage affixed.
Letters, etc., can be weighed, and stamps purchased from the Social Hall Steward.

In order to facilitate the forwarding of letters and telegrams, Passengers are requested to hand to the Purser a note of the address to which they will proceed after leaving the steamer.

Divine Service
Divine Service is held on Sundays at 10.30 a.m. in the dining saloon (weather and other circumstances permitting).

Application for books should be made to the Steward in Charge. Passengers are requested to see that all books are returned before leaving the steamer.

Cheques cannot be accepted on board the' Company's steamers in payment of passage money, wine or other accounts.

Smoking in State Rooms is prohibited, and, in the interests of the safety of all on board, Passengers are requested to refrain from the practice.

Money, Jewelry or other valuables should not be packed with personal effects, but should be deposited with Purser of the steamer for safe keeping. Unless so deposited the Company shall not be liable for any loss or injury.

Southampton Passengers
For full particulars regarding landing arrangements at Southampton, see separate Pink Leaflet obtainable from the Purser.

Dogs, Birds, Etc.
No dogs or other animals, birds etc., conveyed by Passengers, are allowed in the Passengers' cabins or on the promenade decks.

Commander's Daily Inspection
The Commander will inspect the ship daily at 11 a.m., and in order to facilitate such inspection, Passengers are requested to vacate their cabins before that hour, unless prevented by indisposition.

In the event of any Passengers considering that they have cause for complaint, they are requested to bring the matter directly to the notice of the Commander during his daily inspection.

Ship's Regulations
Passengers must conform with any regulations which the R.M.S.P. Co. or their officials may at any time consider necessary for the discipline or comfort of all on board.

Second Saloon Passengers
Second saloon Passengers are not permitted to frequent the first saloon or the first saloon decks.

Sailing Notices
On the ship's arrival at a port an announcement will be displayed on the ship's notice board, giving information as to time of departure or transfer to other ships, etc.

R.M.S.P. Services
Information regarding the R.M.S. P. services throughout the world and/or special touring arrangements can be obtained from the Purser.

Enquiry Office
Is situated on Deck " C," to which all enquiries should be addressed.

At which fancy articles, perfumes, sweets, picture =- post cards, playing cards, photographic films, si souvenirs, sport prizes, etc., may be purchased, is E situated on " C " Deck.

Approximate Distance Table

  • Hamburg to CUXHAVEN - 50
  • CUXHAVEN to Southampton - 453
  • Southampton to Cherbourg - 82
  • Cherbourg to New York - 3,194
  • Total 3,779

R•M•S•P & P•S•N•C Passenger Services

1—By " A " Steamers Fort nightly to and from Souilla bto and Cherbourg.
2—By "D" Steamers Fortnightly to and from Liverpool.

West Coast of South America
1—From Liverpool ^.ici France, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, River Plate and Straits of Magellan.
2—From Liverpool tqq. France, Spain, Havana and Panama Canal.
3—From New York to Valparaiso and Central America via Panama Canal,

LOCAL Pacific Services
I—Between Cristobal (Colon) and Colombian and Ecuadorian Porto.
2—Between Cristobal (Colon) and Central American Ports.

I—From Southampton by " A " Steamers, calling Cherbourg.
2—From Liverpool by "D" Steamers, calling Coruna, Villagarcia, Vigo, Leixoes (Oporto) and Lisbon.
3— From Liverpool per "0" Steamers, calling La fic.7.helle, Panic*, Coruna, Vigo, Leixoes (Oporto) and Lisbon.

1—Fortnightly Services from Southampton by Steamers via France, Spain and Portugal.

Canada To West Indies via Bermuda
1—Fortnightly Mail Service from Halifax.

NORWAY and The North CAPE
I—Pleasure Cruises during Summer Months.

Tours Round South America

R.M.S.P.-P.S.N.C. Other Services

South America

By " A " Steamers fortnightly to and from Southampton and Cherbourg, via Spain, Portugal, Madeira and St. Vincent.
By " D Steamers fortnightly to and from Liverpool, via Spain and Portugal.

West Coast
From Liverpool via France, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, River Plate, and Straits of Magellan.
From Liverpool via France, Spain, Havana, and Panama Canal
From New York to Valparaiso and Central American Potts via Panama Canal

LOCAL Pacific Services
Between Cristobal (Colon) and Colombian and Ecuadorian Ports.
Between Cristobal (Colon) and Central American Ports. Bermuda
Weekly service to and from New York by the R.M.S.P. " ARAGUAYA " during Winter Season.

Canada/West Indies
From Europe via North Atlantic Line to Canada or New York, thence from Halifax (N.S.) by Canada/West Indies Steamers to Bermuda, West Indian Islands, and Demerara.

Tours Round South America
Without change of steamer. Out via Brazil and River Plate and Straits of Magellan, and Home via Panama Canal. A similar Tour can be made via New York.

Fortnightly sailings to and from Southampton by R.M.S.P. " 0 " Steamers.

Short Tours By Mail Steamers
Can be made to France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, and Madeira.

Bookings To ALL PARTS of The World
The R.M.S.P Comrtany are in a position to book Passengers to all parts of the Weald. Particulars of sailings, fares, &c., may be had on application from any of the Company's Offices.

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