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S.S. Arabic Passenger List 18 September 1924

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Cabin Passenger List from the S.S. Arabic of the White Star Line, Departing 18 September 1924 from Hamburg to New York via Southampton, Cherbourg, and Halifax, NS, Commanded by Captain V. W. Hickson (Lt. Cmdr., R.N.R., Retd.).

White Star Line
S.S. Arabic
Captain V. W. Hickson (Lt. Cmdr., R.N.R., Retd.)
From Hamburg to New York via Southampton, Cherbourg, and Halifax, NS
Thursday, 18 September 1924

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain V. W. Hickson (Lt. Cmdr., R.N.R., Retd.)
  • Chief Engineer: W. Bailey
  • Surgeon: G. B. H. Jones, M.R.C.S. England, L.R.C.P. London
  • Purser: E. Grahl
  • Assistant Purser: C. F. G. Wiseman
  • Chief Steward: W. P. Smith

Cabin Passengers

  1. von Ahnen, Mr. Hermann
  2. Allander, Miss B.
  3. Amos, Mr.
  4. Anderson, Mr. Edward
  5. Anderson, Mrs.
  6. Anderson, Mrs. G. W.
  7. Anderson, Miss C. W.
  8. Anderson, Miss E. L.
  9. Archer, Mr.
  10. Asqnith, Mr.
  11. Ashworth. Mrs. Mabel
  12. Astbury, Miss Bertha
  13. Atkinson, Mr.
  14. Badenoch, Mrs. K. N.
  15. Balcom, Mrs. A. B.
  16. Baldwin, Miss Grace E.
  17. Barrett, Mr. R. S.
  18. Barrows, Mr.
  19. Bennet-dick, Mr.
  20. Berry, Mr. Charles W.
  21. Beyer, Mr. Adolf
  22. Beyer, Mrs.
  23. Bock, Mr. Mike
  24. Boone, Miss Bella
  25. Bosworth, Mrs. Dina M.
  26. Bowen, Miss Katharine
  27. Bradley, Mr. Alan
  28. Brooks, Mrs. Christine
  29. Brown, Dr. Mary
  30. Bruck, Mrs. H. B. & child
  31. Budlam, Mr.
  32. Burgess, Mrs. Chas. P.
  33. Burgess, Master Edward D.
  34. Burgess, Miss Caroline.M.
  35. Burke, Miss Katherine
  36. Burrell, Mrs. Bertha
  37. Butterworth, Mr. Ed.
  38. Byrne, Miss Catharine
  39. Canne, Mr. Thomas
  40. Canue, Mrs.
  41. Carlyle, Rev. A. J.
  42. Carlyle, Mrs.
  43. Cary, Rev. George E.
  44. Cary, Mrs.
  45. Chramaya, Miss Sura
  46. Chramaya. Miss Rivea
  47. Clark, Miss Mary G.
  48. Cochran. Miss Phyllis
  49. Collingwood. Miss Ava F.
  50. Comvay, Miss Alice
  51. Comvay, Miss Margaret
  52. Crawford. Mr. Jack
  53. Creasey, Miss H. A.
  54. Creighton, Miss J. M.
  55. Crosby. Miss H. A.
  56. Cruwys. Miss Mary
  57. Curley. Mr. Peter M.
  58. Davies. Mr.
  59. Davis, Lt. Col. B. O.
  60. Mavis. Mrs.
  61. Denis. Miss Louise
  62. Deveraux, Mrs. E.
  63. Doherty, Mr. James F.
  64. Donald. Miss J. K.
  65. Dunbar. Dr. W. R.
  66. Eberhardt. Mr. Karl
  67. Eckert. Mr. August
  68. Eglinger. Mr. Max
  69. Eglinger, Mrs.
  70. Ellerm, Mrs. May
  71. Elliott, Mr.
  72. Eltzbacher, Mr. Kernhard
  73. Faust, Mr. Julius
  74. Fedak. Mrs. Molnar
  75. Ferguson, Miss K. E.
  76. Field, Mrs. Maud H.
  77. Fischer, Miss Anna
  78. Fleming, Mr.
  79. Foss, Mr. Walter R.
  80. Foss, Mrs.
  81. Garrett. Mr. Alfred C.
  82. Gaskell, Mr. John
  83. Geary. Mrs. G. I.
  84. Geary, Master B. H.
  85. Geary. Master George
  86. Geist, Mr. Krauz
  87. Gibb, Dr. W. T.
  88. Gibb jr., Mr. W. T.
  89. Gibb, Miss K.
  90. Gleeman, Mrs. Sarah
  91. Gleeman, Miss Sadie
  92. Goddard, Mr. Noel E.
  93. Godman, Thomas (Cmdr. R.N.R.)
  94. Godman, Mrs.
  95. Godman, Master Thomas
  96. Godman. Miss Kathleen
  97. Goldsborough, Mrs. Kate
  98. Goldsborough, Miss Margaret
  99. Gordon, Mr. W. W.
  100. Gossens. Miss Marie
  101. Goasens. Miss Therese
  102. Gottlieb, Mr. Frederick H.
  103. Gottlieb, Mrs.
  104. Grant. Mrs.
  105. Grant, Master Douglas
  106. Grant, Miss Gladys
  107. Greenbaum, Dr. G.
  108. Greey, Mrs. Antoinette
  109. Gronau, Miss Clara
  110. Granst, Mr. Erich
  111. Grunst, Mrs.
  112. Grunst, Master Erwin
  113. Grunst, Miss Irmgard
  114. Guentner, Mrs. Johanna
  115. Guenther. Miss Eva
  116. Gujer, Miss M.
  117. Gungowski. Mr. Job.
  118. Gungowski, Mrs.
  119. Haas, Miss Elfriede
  120. Haas. Miss Annelie
  121. Haight, Mrs. J. A.
  122. Haight, Mrs.
  123. Halperin. Mr. Jacob
  124. Halperin, Mrs.
  125. Halperin, Master Kugene
  126. Halperin, Miss Vera
  127. Harming. Mr. Franz
  128. Hansen, Mr. Louis P.
  129. Harlam, Mr. David
  130. Harlam, Mrs.
  131. Harmon, Mr. Edwin B.
  132. Hartshorne, Miss Anny
  133. Hayes, Mrs. H. L.
  134. Hayes. Master Henry
  135. Hayes, Master Howland
  136. Heard, Mr. Nathan
  137. Heard, Mrs.
  138. Heard, Mr. William
  139. Heard, Mr. Daniel
  140. Heilemann, Mr. Gustav
  141. Hefsky, Mr. Theodore Thomas
  142. Hefsky, Mrs.
  143. Helm, Mr. Carl
  144. Helm, Mrs.
  145. Helm, Miss Grethie
  146. Helm, Miss Charlotte
  147. Helm, Master Walter
  148. Henle, Mr. Hans
  149. Henle, Mrs.
  150. Herrmann, Mr. Ferdinand
  151. Herrmann, Mrs.
  152. Herrmann. Master Rolf
  153. Herter, Mr. Wilhelm
  154. Higgins, Mrs. A. P.
  155. Higgins, Mrs. Laurence D.
  156. Higgins, Miss M.
  157. Hodossy. Mr. Kraest
  158. Hoffmann. Mr. Otto
  159. Hoffmann, Mrs.
  160. Hook, Mrs. L. C.
  161. Houghton, Miss
  162. Howard, Mrs. M. U.
  163. Howard. Miss A.
  164. Howard, Miss M. M.
  165. Hunt. Miss Gladys V.
  166. Jackson, Mr.
  167. Jarvies, Mr.
  168. Johnson, Prof. Duncan S.
  169. Jones, Mr. Theo F.
  170. Jones, Miss Cynthia A.
  171. Jones. Miss Catherine G.
  172. Kaiser, Mr. Nat.
  173. Kaiser, Mrs.
  174. Kaiser, Mr. Franz
  175. Kaiser, Mr. Irving R.
  176. Kendrick. Mrs.
  177. Kerdyk, Mr. Frank
  178. Kerdyk. Mrs.
  179. Kerdyk, Master Frank E.
  180. Kern, Mr. August
  181. Kitchen, Mr. James D.
  182. Kitchen, Mrs.
  183. Kitchen, Miss Clifford L.
  184. Kitchen, Miss Mary H.
  185. Kohnle, Miss Bertha
  186. Konopak, Miss Hester
  187. Kopatscheck, Mr. Kriedr.
  188. Kopatscheck, Mrs.
  189. Koses, Mr. M.
  190. Krebs, Mrs. F. H.
  191. Krueger, Master Gerhard
  192. Kuehl, Mr. Clans
  193. Kuehl. Mrs.
  194. Kuehuass. Mrs. Frieda
  195. Lanerack, Miss Belle R.
  196. Langenbeck, Mr. Carl
  197. Langenbeck. Mrs.
  198. Laurie. Lieut. Col. K. C.
  199. Laurie. Mrs.
  200. Laut, Miss Maria
  201. Lemmon. Mrs. T. R.
  202. Lonsdale, Mrs. Louise
  203. Leistinger. Mr. Joseph
  204. Leistinger. Mrs
  205. Leistinger. Mr. Louis
  206. Leistinger. Miss Irene
  207. Leser, Mr. O. C. Fulton
  208. Leser. Mrs Oscar
  209. Leser, Miss Frederics
  210. Lewerenz, Mr. Theodor
  211. Leydet, Mr. Bruno
  212. Lill. Mrs. Martha
  213. Lochner. Mrs. Maria
  214. Lochner, Miss Hedwig
  215. Lochner, Master Gregor
  216. Lochner. Miss Ida
  217. Lochner, Miss Klisabeth
  218. Lochner, Miss Constancy
  219. Logan, Mr. Warren
  220. Logan. Mrs.
  221. Lowenthal, Mr. Herbert
  222. Lowenthal, Mrs
  223. Luecke, Miss Agnes
  224. Luetgens. Mrs. Margarete
  225. Lummis, Miss Louise E.
  226. MacNaugton, Mr.
  227. Macomber, Mr. 0. A.
  228. Macomber, Mrs.
  229. Mähr, Mr. Michael
  230. March, Dr. Geo F.
  231. March, Mrs.
  232. Marsh, Mr. John
  233. Marsh, Mrs.
  234. Mayer, Miss Marie L.
  235. Mauritz, Mrs. Helene
  236. Mauritz, Master Helmutli
  237. Mauritz. Miss Helene
  238. Mauritz. Miss Wilhud
  239. Mayer, Mr. Istvan
  240. Mason, Mrs. Julia
  241. McGuckin. Mrs. Mildred
  242. McGuckin. Master William
  243. McPherson. Mr. Bruce
  244. McPherson, Miss Helen
  245. Melhuisli. Mrs. Constance
  246. Melhnish, Miss Mary
  247. de Menocal, Mrs. D. A.
  248. de Menocal, Miss Esinee
  249. de Menocal. Master Richard
  250. de Menocal. Miss Beatrice
  251. Merrill. Mrs. E. J.
  252. Meuser, Mr. Joh. A.
  253. Miller, Miss C.
  254. Minzlaff, Mr. Rudolf
  255. Molnar-Fedak. Mrs. Charlotte
  256. Molyneaux. Mr. V. D.
  257. Morgan. Mrs. Ivy
  258. Mueller, Mrs. Friedrich
  259. Mueller, Master Heinz
  260. Mueller, Miss Marie
  261. Murray, Miss Virginia M.
  262. Niemann. Mrs. W. E.
  263. Noe, Mr. Richard
  264. Noyes, Mr. Theodore P.
  265. Noyes, Mrs.
  266. Noyes, Miss Clara
  267. Nutt. Miss E. S.
  268. Ohnaker. Miss M.
  269. Ostenfeld, Mr. Friedrich
  270. Ostenfeld, Mrs.
  271. Ostenfeld. Master Alfred
  272. Ostenfeld, Master Fredy
  273. Ostenfeld, Miss Frieda
  274. Overath, Mr. Josef
  275. Overath. Mrs.
  276. Overath. Master Joh.
  277. Pace, Mrs. E. M.
  278. Pace, Miss Ann
  279. Pace, Master Joseph
  280. Paetsch, Miss M.
  281. Palmer, Mr. J. Allen
  282. Parker jr., Mr. Graham
  283. Parkin, Mr.
  284. PaschalI, Mr. John
  285. Paschall, Mrs.
  286. Patrick, Miss Mary
  287. Pelzold, Mr. Edward O.
  288. Phlpps, Mr.
  289. Phillips, Mrs. Charles I.
  290. Piesse, Mr. Chas. O. L.
  291. Piesse. Mrs.
  292. Placek, Dr. L. J.
  293. Placek, Mrs.
  294. Placek, Mr. Vaclav
  295. Pomfret, Mr. H. J.
  296. Poulterer, Mrs. E. T.
  297. Poulterer, Miss A. E.
  298. Proctor, Mr.
  299. Raiehle. Mr. Albert
  300. Reiner, Miss Sophie
  301. Redfern, Mr.
  302. Reynolds, Miss Gladys
  303. Rigg, Miss Marian C.
  304. Roberts, Dr. E. P.
  305. Roberts, Mr.
  306. Roberts, Mrs.
  307. Robertson, Miss Jonn
  308. Robinson, Prof. David M.
  309. Robinson, Mrs.
  310. Robinson, Miss Alice
  311. Rogers, Mr. Paul
  312. Rosenbloom, Mrs. Clara
  313. Rosenbloom. Master A. M.
  314. Rosenbloom. Miss L.
  315. Rosenow. Mr. Emil
  316. Ross, Miss Frances
  317. Rambold, Mrs. Charlotte
  318. Sampson, Mr.
  319. Sale, Mr. Win.
  320. Sale, Mrs.
  321. Sampson, Miss M. H.
  322. Schelliug, Miss Julia E.
  323. Schlensack, Mrs. Emma
  324. Schlensack, Master Helmut
  325. Schwarz, Mrs. Frieda
  326. Scott, Mr. F. W. Inr.
  327. Seaman, Major Louis L.
  328. Seaman, Mrs.
  329. Seipp, Mr. Christian
  330. Semthurst. Mr. Frank
  331. Siegrist, Mr. Karl
  332. Smith. Mrs. Clarence B.
  333. Smith, Miss Catharine
  334. Smith. Miss Ida M.
  335. Sobanski, Miss Elisabeth
  336. Spalding, Mr. Russell A.
  337. Spalding, Mrs.
  338. Spencer, Mr. L T.
  339. Spiccia, Miss Martha
  340. Spindler, Miss Elsa
  341. Stammel, Mrs. Anna
  342. Steele, Miss Kate
  343. Stevens, Mr.
  344. Stephens. Mrs. C. H.
  345. Stone. Dr. Harvey B.
  346. Stone, Mrs.
  347. Stuerzinger, Mr. Waldeniar
  348. Teall. Mrs. H. P.
  349. Teall. Master Arthur
  350. Thomas, Mr. Herbert
  351. Thomas. Mr. Thos.
  352. Tinker, Mrs. A. P.
  353. Tittmann. Mrs. Minna D.
  354. Trimble, Mrs. I. R.
  355. Trimble, Mr. David
  356. Tufnell. Miss H. M.
  357. Tufts. Mrs. Rohie
  358. Uhrig, Mr. Albert
  359. Ulman, Mr. Alexander E.
  360. Walker, Mrs. W. C.
  361. Walker, Miss Helen
  362. Wanner, Mr. Emil
  363. Warner, Miss
  364. van der Water, Rev. Geo R.
  365. van der Water, Mrs.
  366. van der Water, Miss Dorothy
  367. Weslhauser, Mr. Karl
  368. Wilkens, Mr. W. H.
  369. Williams, Dr. D. A.
  370. Williams, Mrs.
  371. Williamson. Miss Jessie
  372. Williamson. Mrs. Peter
  373. Willman, Miss Gertrud
  374. Wilson. Mr.
  375. Wilson. Miss Madelaine
  376. Wirlh, Mr. Heinrich
  377. Wollin, Mr. Ernest
  378. Wollin, Mrs.
  379. Wood, Mrs.
  380. Wrede, Baron Fabian
  381. Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth
  382. Wuensche, Mr. Rudolf
  383. Wuensche, Mrs.
  384. Wuensche, Miss Martha
  385. Zeehiel, Mr. Eruest R.
  386. Zengerle, Miss Emma
  387. Zietz. Miss Lillie

Passengers to Southampton

  1. von Arnim. Dr. Herbert
  2. Baumgarten, Dr. Willi
  3. Baumgarten, Mrs.
  4. Becker, Mr.
  5. Beuchel. Dr. Georg
  6. Boettner, Dr. Otto
  7. Eschebacher, Dr.
  8. Fellermeier-Hietl. Mrs. L.
  9. Fenner, Dr. Carl
  10. Fischlin, Dr.
  11. Flum. Dr.
  12. Freund, Dr. Walter
  13. Freund, Mr Arthur
  14. Friedlaeuder. Dr. Hans
  15. Gabor, Dr. Anton
  16. Gabor. Mrs.
  17. Gutfeld. Mr. Julius
  18. Heinze, Dr. Gerhard
  19. Heinze. Mrs.
  20. Kelling. Mr. Richard
  21. Kriwaczck, Mr. Edward
  22. Kriwnczek, Mr. Erwin
  23. Levy, Prof. Dr. Hermann
  24. Lewerenz, Dr.
  25. Lewerenz, Mrs.
  26. Liettert, Dr. Erich
  27. Martin, Capt. Helmuth
  28. Martin. Mrs.
  29. Martin, Miss Carla
  30. Mysegandes, Dr. Heinz
  31. Mjsegandes, Mrs.
  32. Mann. Director Otto
  33. Mann. Dr. Clans
  34. Nietner. Mr. John
  35. Nothmann, Mr. Fritz
  36. Paulsen, Dr.
  37. Petzold, Dr.
  38. Pfeffer. Dr. Fritz
  39. Piening, Capt Hermann
  40. Puff. Dr. Emil
  41. Reinhold. Dr. Ludwig
  42. Riess, Dr. Alfred
  43. Rudinoff. Mr. William
  44. Sachs, Mr. Max
  45. Sand. Mr. Victor
  46. Scfaff, Dr. Gustav
  47. Scheyer, Mr. John
  48. Schierig. Mr. Max
  49. Schierig, Mrs.
  50. Schubert. Dr. Ludwig
  51. Schubert. Mrs.
  52. Schuemann, Mr. Otto
  53. Slatalla, Dr. Alfred
  54. Stein. Dr. Reinhold
  55. Tittmann. Mr. A. O.
  56. Tittmann. Mrs.
  57. Wachsner, Mr. Paul
  58. Wiele, Dr. Johannes
  59. Wiele. Mrs.
  60. Wiest. Dr. Gerhard
  61. Zurkert. Mr. Herbert

Passenger Information

Meals will be served as follows:

Meals
When one sitting
When two sittings
Breakfast
8.0 a.m
7.30 a.m. and 8.30 a.m.
Luncheon
1.0 p.m.
12.0 noon and 1.0 p.m.
Dinner
7.0 p.m.
6.0 p.m. and 7.15 p.m.

The Bar opens at 8 a. m., and closes at 11 p. m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p. m., Lounge, Drawing Room and Smoke Room at 11.30 p. m.

Divine Service will be held in the Saloon on Sunday at 10.30 a. m.

Conductress. The ship's conductress is willing to interview any ladies travelling alone, and would be pleased to be of any service during the voyage or on arrival in port.

Smoking is strictly prohibited in any of the Staterooms, Library, Drawing Room or Dining Saloon.

Seats at table. Passengers who have not previously arranged for tabic seats to be reserved should apply for same to the Second Steward.

Medical Attendance. The surgeon Is authorised to make customary charges, subject In each ease to the approval of the Commander, for treating Passengers at their request for any Illness not originating on the voyage. In the case of sickness developed on the voyage no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free In all circumstances.

Mall for passengers will be brought on board before the passengers land

Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before disembarking and they are invited to leave their addresses at the Purser's Office for any later despatches to be redirected. Postage Stamps may be obtained at the Pursvi's Office where letters, telegrams, cablegrams and wireless messages should be handed in for despatch.

Charges paid on board. Passengers are requested to ask for a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Steamer Rug Hire, or Freight paid on board.

Library. Books can be obtained on applying to the Lounge Steward.

Deck chairs and Steamer rugs can be hired on application at a charge of $ 1.50 (6s 6d) each for the voyage.

Valuables. For the convenencc of passengers, the Line has provided in the Purser's Office a Safe, in which money, Jewels, Ornaments, Documents ot other valuables may be deposited by Passengers.

A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the Line dors not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions ol Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1804 and of Section 4281 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such Articles. Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

Exchange of money. The Purser ii prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of money at rates which will be advised on application.

Baggage. Questions relating to baggage should be referred to the Second Steward who Is the Ship's Baggage Master on board. Trunks, Chairs, etc. 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 Port of Landing and such articles will be stored entirely at owner's risk. It is for Passengers themselves to see all their Baggage is passed by the Customs Authorities on landing.

Dogs. Passengers are notified that dogs cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board at Port of Embarkation.

Travellers' Cheques, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchaved at all the principal offices of the Company. These Cheques are accepted on board steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

Deck games and amusements. Deck Quoits, Shuflleboard, Bull Board and other games are provided on deck under the charge of a Quartermaster.

Chess, Draughts, Dominoes, etc., may be obtained on application to Lounge, Drawing Room and Smoking Room Stewards.

Passengers' Quarters. Cabin Passengers are not allowed to enter Third Class compartments, or vice versa, as complications might arise under the Quarantine Regulations.

Barber. The Barber is authorised to make the following charges: —

Service
s. d.
SHAVING
0.9
HAIRDRESSING
1.0
SHAMPOOING
0.9
SINGEING
0.9
FACE MASSAGE
1.6
SCALP MASSAGE
1.0
TONIC DRESSING
0.3

The Barber is allowed the privilege of selling various souvenirs and small articles on his own account.

Picture Postcards. Picture Postcards of the steamer can be obtained gratis on application on board.

POSTAL INFORMATION

High seas mall. — On all British Steamers, British Postage Stamps and rates are used when mailing letters for European points, and such letters should be posted in the ship's letter box in the ordinary way.

The mail bag is closed a few hours previous to arrival at Southampton. Full particulars can be obtained at the Enquiry Office upon application.

WIRELESS TELEGRAM

This Steamer Is fitted with Marconi's system of Wlrelees Telegraphy and also
with Submarine Signalling Apparatus.

LONG RANGE WIRELESS SERVICE

This vessel is fitted with special long range wireless apparatus which will enable passcngeis to communicate with their friends or business houses on shore throughout the voyage across the North Atlantic Ocean.

The wireless rate for messages directed through the long distance wireless station at DEVIZES, England, is 10d. per word, through CHATHAM, Mass and LOUISBURG. N. S . 9.5d. per word, land telegraph or cable charges additional. The ship is constantly in touch with one or other of these stations.

For particulars regarding Wireless communications established or expected please consult the Wireless notice board, where full information is pested daily throughout the voyage.

UPPER BERTHS

Passengers occupying upper Berths can obtain steps lor getting in or out of same on applying to the Steward or Stewardess.

INNOVATION TRUNKS

Passengers are advised that It Is not atways possible to arrange for the placing of Innovation trunks in the passenger accommodation in a position where they are easily accessible, also that there Is frequently difficulty with regard to the landing of such packages owing to their exceptional size. They are therefore recommended to use steamer trunks In preference.

RECOVERY OF UNITED STATES HEAD TAX

This tax can be recovered by Passengers, if same has been paid, provided they inform the U. S, immigration inspector on arrival at the port of landing of their intention to leave the United States within 60 days (the time prescribed by U. S. Law), and obtain from him Transit Certificate form 514.

it is also necessary for Transit Certificate form 514 to be handed to the Transportation Company when completed, in time to allow same to be placed before the immigration authorities in Washington within 120 days of Passenger's arrival in the United States.

Unless this regulation is complied with the tax cannot be recovered.

Note. — Will passengers who have not paid the Head Tax in consequence of their holding return tickets, or being in transit to points outside of the United States, kindly complete form 514 (which must be obtained from the Immigration Officials at New York) and forward same to the Company's Office, 1 Broadway, New York, as soon as possible after their departure from the United States, or hand to the Purser of the Steamer in which they return.

LANDING ARRANGEMENTS AT NEW YORK

Should the Steamer arrive at the New York wharf after 8 p. m., passengers may land If they wish to do so and have their baggage passed by the Customs Authorities Immediately on arrival but those who prefer to remain on board may do so and have the whole of their baggage passed the following morning not earlier than 7 o'clock. Breakfast will be served to those who remain on board overnight.

Uniformed representatives of the American railroads, meet all steamers on arrival at New York. Railroad tickets may be purchased and baggage checked from the steamship pier to any point along the lines of the Pennsylvania, New York Central, New York, New Haven, and Hartford Erie, Lehigh Valley Baltimore and Ohio, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western and Central Railroad of New Jersey and connecting railroads.

LANDING ARRANGEMENTS AT HALIFAX

Should the steamer arrive in the harbour after 6 p. m. passengers will generally remain on board overnight. The vessel will proceed to her wharf as early at possible after 7 a. m. the following day, when passengers will be landed without delay.

The "ARABIC" carries an Orchestra of skilled musicians, which will play daily
as follows: —

In the main Companionway

  • 11 a. m. to 12 noon
  • 4-30 p. m. to 5-30 p. m.
  • After Dinner

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