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White Star Line R.M.S. Majestic Passenger List for 23 August 1933

Tourist Passenger List for the R.M.S. Majestic of the White Star Line, Departing 23 August 1933 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain E. L. Trant.

List of
Tourist Passengers
and
General Information
R.M.S. "Majestic"
QUADr.PLE Screw - - - 56,621 Tons
The Largest Steamer in The World
From Southampton to New York
(Via Cherbourg)
Wednesday, 23rd August, 1933

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Commander : E. L. TRANT, R.D.
    (Commander, R.N.R., RETD., and Commodore, White Star Line)
  2. Assistant. Commander : W. B. STARR, R.D.
    (Commander, R.N.R., RETD.)
  3. Chief Engineer : M. L. Evans
  4. Assistant. Chief Engineer : J. W. DUFFIN
  5. Senior Sec. Engineer - J. Williams R.D., R.N.R
  6. Second Officer H. N. McGill
  7. Inter. Second Engineer - J. T. Brown
  8. Junior Second Engineer - A. J. FORBES R.D., R.N.R
  9. Chief Officer F. C. Cross
  10. First Officer - J. BERTENSHAW
  11. Surgeon T. MORLAND Smith, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lon.)
  12. Purser - C. B. Lancaster
  13. SEN. Assistant Purser - A. J. BYRNE
  14. JUN. Assistant Purser - W. H. Haywood
  15. Chief Steward R. J. HOEY
  16. Chief Tourist Steward - H. Boorn
  17. Reception Officer S. OUROUSSOW

Front Cover, Passenger List, R.M.S. Majestic, August 1933, White Star Line

List of Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Aberlin, Mr. Isadore
  2. Abernethy, Mrs. Mary
  3. Adams, Mrs. T. H
  4. Adams, Miss Celia
  5. Allan, Miss Marion
  6. Ancowitz, Mr
  7. Ancowitz, Mrs
  8. Ancowitz, Master
  9. Ancowitz, Master
  10. Ancowitz, Mrs. G
  11. Andrews, Miss Jessie
  12. Atwood, Bishop J. W
  13. Bacot, Miss Louise de B
  14. Badeau, Mr. E. C
  15. Baer, Mr. Otto
  16. Baldwin, Miss Etienne
  17. Barlow, Dr. John
  18. Bartlett, Mr. Nathan T
  19. Bates, Miss Grace W
  20. Bazeley, Mrs. Margaret
  21. Bazeley, Miss Louise
  22. Beagle, Mrs. Esther
  23. Bell, Miss K. L
  24. Benant, Rev. David
  25. Bennett, Miss C
  26. Bentley, Mr. Harry
  27. Bentley, Mrs
  28. Bentley, Mr. Jack A
  29. Berkowits, Mrs. Lina
  30. Berkowits, Miss Ruth
  31. Bernstein, Miss Eugenie J
  32. Berry, Miss Nancy
  33. Bibo, Miss C
  34. Bibo, Miss H
  35. Biegeleisen, Mr. Josef
  36. Bindler, Miss Minerva
  37. Bishoff, Miss Lillian
  38. Bitter, Mrs. K
  39. Blanchard, Mr. R. C
  40. Blanchard, Mrs. K
  41. Boardman, Mr. W. L
  42. Boardman, Mrs
  43. Boulanger, Mr. Paul A
  44. Bowden, Mr. D. W., Jr.
  45. Bowes, Mr. G. R
  46. Boyle, Miss Sara H
  47. Brearey, Mr. Frederick
  48. Brearey, Mrs. Rosa
  49. Brennan, Miss Catherine
  50. Bridd, Mr. A. C
  51. Bridges, Miss E
  52. Brine, Mrs. N
  53. Brown, Miss Jane
  54. Bryce, Mrs. F
  55. Burkitt, Mr. George W
  56. Buxton, Mrs. B. St. Clair
  57. Byrn, Miss Mary W
  58. Cafiero, Miss Tina
  59. Calnan, Mr. W. J
  60. Carlson, Miss Anna L
  61. Carlson, Miss M
  62. Cassard, Mrs. S. S
  63. Chaplin, Miss Lizzie
  64. Chope, Mr. Walter H
  65. Chope, Mrs. Grace E
  66. Chope, Miss Amy C
  67. Cillis, Miss Ann
  68. Clark, Miss Jane L
  69. Clauzel, Mme. Jane
  70. Cleary, Mrs. Beatrice
  71. Clough, Mr. William
  72. Cohn, Prof. Gerhard
  73. Cohn, Mrs. Hanna
  74. Cohn, Master Peter
  75. Cohn, Miss Anna
  76. Cohn, Miss Marie C
  77. Cohn, Master Hans N
  78. Cooper-Smith, Miss Lucy
  79. Corbett, Miss M. K
  80. Corby, Miss Elizabeth
  81. Craig, Miss Edith M
  82. Crown, Mr. Bernard
  83. Cumings, Miss Mildred
  84. Curley, Miss Mary
  85. Daronne, Miss Marion
  86. Daronne, Miss Helen
  87. Davey, Mr. John
  88. Davies, Mrs. Edith M
  89. De Kock, Mr. J
  90. De Mott, Miss Ester
  91. De Wes, Mr. . E. —
  92. Devoto, r. William L
  93. Devoto, Mrs. Alice
  94. Deyong, Mr. Davis
  95. De Zon, Miss Lillian
  96. Donithorne, Mr. Francis H
  97. Dorman, Miss Emma
  98. Dubin, Miss Celia
  99. Durkin, Mrs. Mary
  100. Durkin, Master Thomas M
  101. Dyas, Miss Ruth
  102. Dyas, Miss Gretta
  103. Edwards, Miss A
  104. Ehrlich, Mrs. Helen
  105. Eisendrath, Rabbi Maurice N
  106. Eisendrath, Mrs
  107. Engel, Miss C
  108. England, Miss H
  109. Ermen Miss Marguerite vans:Mit-I:Toward G
  110. Evans, Miss Betty
  111. Evans, Miss Ethel
  112. Evans-Lombe, Mr. E. W
  113. Eveleth, Mr. M. S
  114. Everett, Mrs. Gladys
  115. Faithful, Mr. G. E
  116. Faithful, Mrs
  117. Farkas, Mrs. Anna
  118. Farkas, Master Richard
  119. Feiler, Mr. Arthur
  120. Feiler, Mrs. Marie
  121. Finesinger, Miss Anna
  122. Fisher, Mr. James W
  123. Flock, Miss R
  124. Foster, Mrs. Adelaide
  125. Foster, Mrs. Julia
  126. Foster, Miss Jessica
  127. Frazer, Miss Minnie
  128. French, Miss Hannah
  129. French, Miss Roberta
  130. Frost, Miss E
  131. Gallagher, Miss Mary
  132. Giroud, Miss M
  133. Golup, Miss E. L
  134. Goodman, Miss Lillian
  135. Gordon, Mr. Harry
  136. Grayburn, Mrs. Florence
  137. Grayburn, Miss Mildred
  138. Green, Mrs. Isabelle
  139. Green, Miss Eleanor
  140. Gronvold, Mrs. F. T
  141. Gronvold, Miss Eunice O
  142. Grossman, Mrs. Sally
  143. Grossman, Master D
  144. Gulliver, Mr. Albert V
  145. Gutkind, Mr. Erich
  146. Gutkind, Mrs. Lucie
  147. Hadsel, Mr. Fred L
  148. Hadsel, Mrs. Mary P
  149. C)"IPft * Junr
  150. Hadsel, Mr. Fred L.
  151. Hadsel, Miss Margaret
  152. Hagedorn, Mr. Herman
  153. Hagedorn, Mrs. Dorothy
  154. Hagedorn, Master David
  155. Hagedorn, Miss Mary
  156. Hagedorn, Miss Dorothy
  157. Harding, Mrs. Margery A
  158. Harmon, Miss Clara
  159. Harrell, Miss Rena
  160. Hauser, Mr. H. H
  161. Heany, Miss A
  162. Herbhold, Miss Nathalie
  163. Hess, Mr. Stanley
  164. Hess, Mrs. Helen
  165. Hicks, Dr. Wm. C
  166. Hill, Rev. William J
  167. Hill, Mrs. De L
  168. Hodges, Miss Dorothy
  169. Hollander, Mr. Herman
  170. Hollywood, Miss Martha
  171. Holmes, Mr. E. L
  172. Holmes, Mrs
  173. Holt, Miss Annie G
  174. Holt, Miss Mildred R
  175. Hopton, Mr. John G
  176. Horsfall, Miss Mary E
  177. Hover, Mr. John C
  178. Hover, Mrs
  179. Howard, Mr. Averett
  180. Howard, Mrs. Alexine K
  181. Howden, Mrs. Wellington
  182. Hughes, Mrs. Mary
  183. Hughes, Mr. John M
  184. Hughes, Mr. David
  185. Hughes, Miss Harriet E
  186. Hughes, Miss Marian L
  187. Hughes, Miss Grace
  188. Huntington, Miss Katharine
  189. Ibbotson, Miss Grace
  190. Ingle, Miss Lillian
  191. Jacks, Dr. Oscar
  192. Jacks, Mrs. Lillian
  193. Jacks, Master Robert
  194. Jackson, Miss Mary L
  195. Jackson, Mr. Ogley W
  196. Jackson, Mrs. Lena
  197. Jacobs, Mr. John L
  198. Jacobs, Mrs. Marjorie F
  199. Jacobson, Miss Rae F
  200. Jadlovker, Mr. H
  201. James, Miss Ada
  202. Jeeves, Mr. William R
  203. Jensen, r. Kaat
  204. Johnson, Mr. Wilfred
  205. Johnson, Miss Mary L
  206. Jommes, Miss Lillian
  207. Joseph, Sister Michael
  208. Kahn, Miss Freda
  209. Kapp, Dr. David
  210. Kapp, Mr. Frederick
  211. Kaufman, Mr. Paul D
  212. Kaufman, Mrs. Vera T
  213. Kellar, Mr. Robert
  214. Kelley, Mrs. Nicholas
  215. Kelley, Miss Florence M
  216. Kelley, Mr. Nicholas, Jr.
  217. Kelly, Mr. G. W
  218. Kendall, Miss Helen
  219. Kinley, Mrs. Phwbe
  220. Kleinberg, Mr. Ignace
  221. Kleyff, Mr. A
  222. Kling, Miss Anna
  223. Korofsky, Mrs. Ida
  224. Korofsky, Miss Beatrice
  225. Krarup, Miss Agnes
  226. Lacey, Mr. Lester K
  227. Laird, Miss Dorothy E
  228. Langer, Miss Minnie
  229. Lebofski, Mr. Irvine
  230. Lee, Mr. Felix P
  231. Lerman, Mr. Abraham
  232. Liebenberg, Mr. Heinrich
  233. Liebenberg, Mrs
  234. Lincoln, Mrs. Mary
  235. Losee, Mr. William
  236. Loshak, Mr. Bernard
  237. Luftie, Mr. Frank
  238. Lynes, Mr. George P
  239. Lyons, Miss E
  240. Mackburn, Miss Eleanor
  241. Mackenzie, Mrs. Ruth W
  242. Madsen, Mr. Harry A
  243. Madsen, Mrs
  244. Madsen, Master Harry C
  245. Marsh, Miss Penelope
  246. Martin, Miss Elizabeth
  247. Marx, Mr. Sol
  248. Mason, Miss Rebecca
  249. Mathews, Mr. Brian P
  250. McBride, Col. Harry D
  251. McClay, Miss F
  252. McCready, Mr. James S
  253. McGee, Mr. Walter
  254. McGee, Mrs. Rosa
  255. McGee, Miss Edith
  256. McGee, Master James
  257. McGee, Master Walter
  258. McGee, Miss Mary
  259. McMenemy, Mr. Charles
  260. McSlane, Miss Mary
  261. McSweeney, Mr. Edward
  262. Meade, Miss Frances
  263. Meisner, Miss F. E
  264. Metz, Miss M
  265. Miller, Miss
  266. Morcom, Mr. James
  267. Morris, Miss Amelia
  268. Mourra, Mr. A. H
  269. Mourra, Mme. A. H
  270. Mourra, Master Faut
  271. Mourra, Master Zaki
  272. Mourra, Master Cori
  273. Mourra, Master Nisim
  274. Moyser, Miss Margaret
  275. Munsterberg, Miss Ella
  276. Murphy, Mrs. Gertrude M
  277. Mysiuk, Mrs. Antoinette
  278. Neilsen, Miss May E
  279. Newall, Miss Gladys
  280. Nolan, Rev. Thomas J
  281. Noland, Miss Charlotte
  282. Notdurft, Miss Augusta
  283. Ogden, Dr. Chester L
  284. O'Gorman, Miss Alice
  285. Owen, Mrs. Ella
  286. Owen, Miss May
  287. Owen, Miss Evelyn
  288. Painter, Dr. S
  289. Painter, Mrs
  290. Painter, Miss
  291. Palmer, Mrs. A. D
  292. Pantlind, Miss Katherine
  293. Patrick, Mrs. Grace A
  294. Pearson, Miss H. E
  295. Perkins, Miss Martha
  296. Phillips, Miss Lillian
  297. Pinch, Mrs. Florence
  298. Pinch, Master William
  299. Pinch, Miss Mary
  300. Piper, Mr. F
  301. Pohl, Mrs. E. J
  302. Pohl, Miss
  303. Raubinger, Mr. M
  304. Redicar, Miss Mary
  305. Reine, Mr. Maurice
  306. Reynolds, Mrs. Jessie
  307. Riddell, Mr. Robert
  308. Riley, Miss Margaret
  309. Roberts, Rev. Dr. Owen J
  310. Roberts, Mrs. Martha H
  311. Roberts, Sister Mary
  312. Rocca, Mr. Joseph C
  313. Rogers, Mr. B
  314. Rottman, Mr. Ernie
  315. Rottman, Mrs. Rose
  316. Rowe, Miss Constance
  317. Rub, Mr. L
  318. Salmon, Mr. A. R
  319. Salmon, Mrs
  320. Salmon, Miss Fredamac
  321. Saltzman, Mr. T. E
  322. Sargent, Mr. Henry W
  323. Schefer, Mr. E. E
  324. Schiff, Mrs. Anna
  325. Schiwolich, Mr. Marceli
  326. Schlumberger, Mrs. Helen
  327. Schneider, Mrs. Sarah
  328. Schnieder, Miss J
  329. Scoville, Miss Elizabeth
  330. Shea, Mr. James P
  331. Shea, Mrs
  332. Shea, Mr. Wilbur F
  333. Shea, Mrs. Georgianna
  334. Shea, Miss Georgianna
  335. Sheridan, Mrs. Hannah
  336. Sherman, Mrs. Ellen J
  337. Shinn, .Miss A
  338. Shorter, Mr. W. L
  339. Shoup, Mrs. Ruth S
  340. Shoup, Miss Dale
  341. Shoup, Mr. Paul
  342. Simmons, Miss Ada E. A
  343. Skinner, Mrs. Mary A
  344. Slobodien, Miss Bessie
  345. Smith, Mrs. Florence
  346. Smith, Miss Betty
  347. Smith, Miss M
  348. Smith, Mr. E. R
  349. Smith, Mrs
  350. Smith, Master R
  351. Smith, Mr. M. M
  352. Smith, Mrs
  353. Smith-Simpson, Mr
  354. Sonno, Mr. Benjamin L
  355. Southworth, Dr.Hamilton
  356. Southworth, Mrs. Katherine
  357. Speed, Mr. R. B
  358. Spitzer, Miss Fanny
  359. Sprague, Miss Laura
  360. Staples, Mr. H. D
  361. Staples, Mrs. L
  362. Staples, Mr. W. H
  363. Staples, Mrs. N
  364. Steel, Mrs. Dorothy
  365. Stein, Mr. Samuel
  366. Stein, Mrs. Ruth
  367. Stein, Miss Ruth
  368. Stepney, Mr. Samuel
  369. Strange, Mr. E. M
  370. Strong, Mr. Geoffrey R
  371. Sweetland, Mr. William
  372. Sweetland, Mrs. Adina M
  373. Taliafer, Miss Rebecca
  374. Tall, Miss Adeline
  375. Tiverney, Dr. J
  376. Tracy, Miss Margaret H
  377. Van Dyne, Mrs. F
  378. Van Dyne, Miss E
  379. Vietheer, Miss Herta
  380. Vondermuhll, Mr. Geo. A., Jr.
  381. Vondermuhll, Miss Kate L
  382. Vosburgh, Mrs. P. 0
  383. Wagman, Mr. W. B
  384. Wagman, Mrs. G
  385. Walker, Miss S
  386. Wang, Miss Ruth
  387. Watkins, Miss Ella
  388. Watson, Rev. Reightson D
  389. Watson, Mrs. Mary
  390. Weber, Mr. J
  391. Weber, Mrs. E
  392. Weeks, Mrs. Marion E
  393. Weiss, Mr. I
  394. Wellons, Miss Mary
  395. Wells, Miss Alice
  396. Wells, Mrs. A. M
  397. Wendling, Miss K
  398. Wendling, Miss M
  399. Wiggin, Miss Anne
  400. Williams, Mr. A. Gregory
  401. Wolfe, Miss A. S
  402. Wright, Mrs. Corinne
  403. Wright, Miss Jessie
  404. Wright, Miss M. E
  405. Yoder, Miss Catherine

Information for Tourist Passengers

Meals will be served as follows :---

Breakfast . • • • • • 8-0 A.M.
Luncheon • • • • • • 1-0 P.M.
Dinner, ... ... ••• 7-0 P.M.

Seats at Table, Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table should apply for same to the Chief 'Tourist Steward.

Divine Service will be held on SUNDAYS at 11 A.M.

Passengers' Mail. All mail coming on board on the vessel's arrival is at once sent to the Enquiry Office, where Passengers should apply for same. It is not always possible in the short time available to distribute the mail to the cabins.

Valuables. For the convenience of Passengers, the Line has provided in the office of the Purser a safe in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables may be deposited by Passengers. A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the Line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, 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, which can be arranged on board, on application to the Purser.

Baggage. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Chief Tourist Steward. Trunks, Chairs, etc., which Westbound Passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company, to be stored for a short time pending the sailing of the owner on one of our vessels, should be properly labelled and handed to the Baggage Master on the wharf at the 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. In order to facilitate Customs Clearance uncrated automobiles must be included on the Customs Declaration.

Each package should bear initial label of surname to facilitate correct grouping in Customs shed, also label with owner's name and address. On arrival, baggage will be grouped alphabetically in Customs shed. Passengers are required to attend personally to Customs examination.

Checking Baggage On Arrival at New York. Arrangements can be made with the Baggage Master on board the vessel to check baggage to all points in Greater New York, Jersey City and Hoboken, including railroad terminals, hotels, residences, express companies or warehouses, but all packages must be cleared by the owner of the baggage through the Customs after landing.

Passengers are thus relieved of this detail after disembarking.

Please apply at the Purser's Office for rates and further information regarding this service.

Insurance of Baggage and PerSONAL Effects. Arrangements have been made whereby Passengers who have omitted to insure their baggage before sailing may effect this on board during the voyage. The Purser will be pleased to supply full particulars upon application.

Exchange of Money. For the convenience of Passengers the Purser is able to exchange a limited amount of English, American and Canadian money at rates which will be advised on application.

Charges Collected on Board. Passengers are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Rug [lire charges, Marconigrams, Cablegrams or Telegrams or Freight collected on board.

Deck Chairs and Rugs can be hired at a charge of 51- (or $1) each for the voyage on application to the Chief Tourist Steward.

Medical Attendance. The surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject in each case 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.

Barber and LADY Hair Dresser. The hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fire Precautions. Passengers are respectfully reminded that the careless disposal of lighted cigar, cigarette or pipe refuse and matches may lead to serious consequences. Throwing lighted cigarette or cigar ends overboard may also prove dangerous, and Passengers are requested to use the receptacles provided for the purpose in the passenger accommodation and on the decks.

Reservation of Pullman Sleeping and Parlour Car Accommodation On American and Canadian Railroads. Passengers desiring to make reservations should inform the Purser, who will be pleased to Marconi at passenger's own expense.

Customs Examination of Baggage in British Ports. All articles liable to Customs duties, whether worn or used or not, however small the quantity, must be declared, and in any case of doubt as to the liability of any articles in their possession tourists are advised to consult the Customs Officer and show him the articles.

A list of the principal articles liable to duty is shown to Passengers by the Customs Officers and Customs Notices containing similar lists are exhibited in prominent places on board ship for the information of Passengers. These lists include Tobacco in all forms, Spirits, Scent (including toilet waters), Articles of Apparel of all kinds, Clocks, Watches, Cameras, Binoculars, Jewellery and many other goods.

Articles in personal use and wear in the baggage of tourists may be passed free of duty provided they are declared, and the Customs Officer is satisfied that they are personal belongings, and reasonable allowances are made in regard to other personal effects.
Small quantities of Tobacco, Spirits and. Scent for personal use may also be passed free if duly declared.

Travellers who are unable to be present at the examination of their baggage may depute a personal servant or other agent to present the baggage for examination, but in such cases a written declaration in the prescribed Customs Form 2 B must be filled up and signed by the owner of the baggage.

In Great Britain and Northern Ireland arrangements can be made with the Customs to meet the case of tourists who have in their possession dutiable goods which cannot be passed free of duty. In such cases, the duty may under certain conditions be lodged on deposit on arrival and the amount is returned by the Customs at the port or place of departure on production of the articles and the receipt for the deposit.

Customs Officers may waive the payment of duty if they are satisfied by the production of a through return railway or steamer ticket or a passport showing residence outside the United Kingdom, or other evidence, that the passenger is merely passing through the United Kingdom. The articles must be bona fide the property of the passenger, intended for his or her personal wear or use, or as gifts to persons in the overseas country of ultimate destination and must be reasonable in the circumstances of the case.

Landing Cards. It is necessary that Passengers present their Landing Cards, together with Passports, to the United States Immigration Inspector xor endorsement before leaving the vessel.

Landing Arrangements : New York. Should the vessel arrive at the New York Wharf after 8 p.m., all Passengers who have been passed by the U.S. Immigration Authorities may land or remain on board overnight, at their own option. Those Passengers who have been passed by the Immigration Authorities and desire to remain on board may have all their baggage passed by the U.S. Customs that night or the following morning, at their own option. No baggage will be passed before 8 a.m. the day following arrival. Breakfast will be served to those who remain on board overnight.

in The EVENT of The VESSEL ARRIVING at QUARANTINE After The Hours MENTIONED HEREUNDER Passengers, Other THAN United States CITIZENS, May Be REQUIRED By The -U.S. IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES To REMAIN on Board Overnight, and To Have Their Passports EXAMINED The Following Morning :—

our. to DEC., inclusive, 5-30 p.m. APL. to June, inclusive, 7-30 p.m.
JAN. to MAR., 6 p.m. July to SEPT., 7-15 p.m.

Breakfast WILL Be SERVED in The USUAL COURSE.

Upon landing at New York and upon application to the uniformed representatives of the railroads, who meet all vessels, railroad tickets may be purchased from the 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.

Taxicabs can be hired at the New York Piers. It is suggested to Passengers for their own protection that Terminal Cabs which come within the pier gates, afford comfort and protection as regards baggage, etc., at legal rates.

Passengers are advised to enquire at the Desks on the Piers for letters and telegrams.

Wireless Telegram Rates. This vessel is fitted with Marconi system of Wireless Telegraphy and also with Submarine Signalling Apparatus.

Long Range Wireless Service. This vessel is fitted with special long range wireless apparatus which will enable Passengers to communicate with their friends or business connections on shore at any time during the voyage across the North Atlantic.

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

The Orchestra will play daily and music will be provided after dinner each evening by the Electrical Reproducer.

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

Portholes. As it is dangerous for Passengers to handle the Ports, they are requested to ask the Bedroom Steward to open and close the Portholes in the staterooms as required.

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

COIVIPLAINTS. It is our earnest and constant endeavour to satisfy and please our Passengers. Should any cause for complaint arise it is requested that such should be at once reported to the Commander, Purser or Chief Steward.

Service. Suggestions for the improvement of the service will be welcomed.

Reception Officer

For the convenience of Passengers not fully conversant with the English language, the Company has appointed to this steamer a Reception Officer able to converse in the majority of European languages, and whose services are at the disposal of Passengers, if required.
Enquiry for the Reception Officer should be made at the Purser's Office, and it is hoped that Passengers will not hesitate to avail of his services.

OFFICIER DE Reception

Pour la commodite des passagers qui ne parlent pas suffisamment l'anglais, la Compagnie a nomme sur ce bateau en Officier de Reception parlant la majorite des langues europeennes et dont les services sont a la disposition des passagers.

Pour tous renseignements concernant 1'Officier de Reception priere de s'adresser au bureau du Steward de bord, et it est recommande aux passagers de ne pas hesiter a faire appel a ses services.

EMPFANGOFFIZIER

Um den Passagieren, welche die Englische Sprache nicht, beherrschen, entgegenzukommen., hat die White Star Line for diessen Dampfer einen Empfangsoffizier ernannt, der die meisten Europiiischen Sprachen spricht und den Reisenden gern jederzeit seine Dienste zur Verfilgung stellt. Es Wird gebeten sich nach ihm im Biiro des Zahlmeisters zu erkundigen.

Wir hoffen, dass diese neue Einrichtung bei unseren Passagieren warmen Beifall findet und class sie ausgiebig Gebrauch davon machen warden.

UFFICIALE DI RECEZIONE

Per la comodita dei signori passaggieri che non parlano sufficientemente l'Inglese, la Compagnia ha nominato, in questo vapore, un ufficiale di recezione, che conosce parecchie lingue europee. I passeggieri che desiderano valersi dei di lui servizi, sono pregati di volgersi senza esitazione, all'ufficio del commissario.

CORRECTIONS

StewardS SPEAKING Foreign LANGUAGES

Stewards speaking a number of European languages are available for the convenience of Passengers and may be identified by the badge worn on the lapel of their coat bearing the flag of the country the language of which they speak.

DES GARCONS LINGUISTES

Des garcons qui parlent plusieurs langues europeennes sont la disposition des passagers. Its peuvent etre reconnus moyennant les insignes qu'ils portent au revers d'habit en montrant les drapeaux des pays dont ils parlent les langues.

SPRACHKUNDIGE StewardS

Stewards die verschiedene europaische Sprachen sprechen, stehen zur Verfugung der Passagiere. Man kann diese Stewards leicht erkennen durch ein Zeichen, das sie auf dem Rockumschlag tragen, namlich die Flagge des Lands dessen Sprachen sie sprechen konnen.

CAMERIERI CHE PARLANO LINGUE ESTERE

Camerieriche conoscono diverse lingue europee sono a disposizione dei sigg. passeggieri e si possono facilmente riconoscere dal distintivo the portano all'occhiello rappresentante la bandiera della nazione di cui parlano la lingua.

Recovery of U.S Head Tax

Refund of Head Tax can be obtained provided Passengers have complied with the following conditions :-

(1) Inform the U.S. Immigration Inspector on arrival that it is their intention to leave the United States within sixty days, and obtain from the Inspector " Head Tax Refund Certificate " (Form 514).

(2) When leaving the United States to have the departure certified on Form 514 by the Purser of the vessel or by the conductor of the train upon which the departure takes place.

(3) The Immigration Authorities impose a time limit of 120 days from date of entry, after which claims for refund will not be considered. Passengers must, therefore, submit Form 514, duly completed, to the Company in sufficient time to enable the Company to make their application within this limit of time (120 days).

Special Notice for Round Trip Tourist Passengers

Passengers holding return tickets who are undecided about their United States and Canadian addresses should advise same to our nearest office in the United States or Canada as soon as possible. If this is done by letter, please mention sailing on which you will return and accommodation reserved.

All Passengers holding return tickets are requested to communicate with our nearest office at least a week in advance of their sailing from United States or Canada, so that necessary formalities may be arranged in connection with their return passage.

For addresses of our Principal Offices see last page.

Return Accommodation

For those Passengers who may be returning from the United States or Canada to Europe, and who have Not yet made the necessary reservations, the Purser will be pleased to radio New York, Boston or Montreal Office for any accommodation required. This will enable Passengers to complete their arrangements before leaving the steamer and will, consequently, save them time and trouble after landing.

DANCE Music

The Orchestra will play daily at times to suit the convenience of Passengers and to conform to the programme arranged for the day, but generally at the following times :-

  • 4 p.m. to 5 p.m
  • 8 p.m. to 9 p.m
  • 9-30 p.m. to 11.30 p.m

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