Cunard Daily Bulletin - RMS Ivernia - 28 June 1905
Front Page of the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 10189dff7a
The is the daily newspaper published onboard for the westbound voyage of the Cunard Steamship RMS Ivernia that departed from Liverpool on 20 June 1905 with 998 Passengers and 255 Crew Members. 24 Pages Total.
Saloon Passenger List, Page 1 of 2 from the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 1318116bb2
Saloon Passenger List, Page 2 of 2 from the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 131877f5db
Table of Contents
Articles / Poetry
- The Man-Mountain - A Modern Pythagorean (From Blackwood's Magazine)
- De Courcy's Pilgrimage - T. D. McGee (Ireland's "Patriot" poet)
- Port and City of Palermo
- Child-Life on a Cunarder
- Saloon Passenger List
- Marconigrams Received - Providing the Latest News from the Seat of War
- Report on the Collection for the Seamen's Charities of Boston and Liverpool
- Abstract of Log
- Report of Wireless Contact with Other Steamships
- Summary Count of Passengers and Crew
Marconigrams from the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 1318a39aed
Editorial Office RMS Ivernia
Wireless News received from Marconi Station at Cape Cod at 1:15 p.m., Wednesday, June 28th, 1905.
LATEST NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
Japanese completely outflanked Russians on both wings. There has been minor engagements, but no big battle reported. The Russians have established a cavalry base in Mongolia.
Poland is practically in a state of open rebellion. At Lodz, two thousand persons were killed and wounded, the result of fighting between troops and strikers.
Is is rumoured that Lord Curzon is about to resign, because Lord Kitchener was given complete control of the army.
Resignation of the Cabinet accepted. The King charged Rios, the former president of the Senate, to form a new cabinet.
Russian and Japanese peace envoys meet at Washington the first week in August.
Secretary Hay suffering From Uremia, but making satisfactory progress towards recovery.
At the Albany special sessions, New York, legislature investigate Hooker charges.
Bowens charges against Loomis officially declared baseless. The former dismissed by President.
Jerome Ksgun investigates on equitable affairs, at New York. Some officials made restitution, but investigation still proceeding.
On Sunday, June 24th, Divine Service was held in the Saloon. Purser E. C. F. Moore officiated. A collection for the Seamen’s Charities of Boston and Liverpool was taken, and the amount realized was £3 5s 10d.
THE DAY’S RUN.
- Tuesday, June 20th., left Liverpool at 4:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, June 21st., at 10:07 a.m. arrived at Queenstown. Left Queenstown at 11:34 a.m. Fastnet abeam 3:30 p.m.
- Thursday, 22 June 380 Miles
- Friday, 23 June 375 Miles
- Saturday, 24 June 391 Miles
- Sunday, 25 June 3E2 Miles
- Monday, 26 June 383 Miles
- Tuesday, 27 June 383 Miles
- Wednesday, 28 June 373 Miles
- Wednesday to Boston Lightship ... 143 Miles
Wïrefcsss News received from SS “Rotterdam,“ at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, June 25th, 1905.
Telegrams from Tokyo state that the Japanese are continuing their advance, the Rues ia ns having been completely outflanked both ways, and news of the Japanese vUitory can be expected shortly.
THE MOROCCO QUESTION.
Morocco has asked the United States to Join in the world’s conference. President Roosevelt will accept if the other powers of Europe do so, but sends back an evasive response.
NORWAY AND SWEDEN.
Norway appeals to King Oscar, and says they never intended to assail Sweden's honor, and seeks to be at peace with its neighbor. The Swedish Council refuses to recognize the Storthing’s Act, and they may dissolve.
THE GERMAN REGATTA.
The German Regatta Society was held on June 20th, on board the German cruisers at the Nore. They toasted the society and the Hamburg America Steamship Company.
FROM THE LOG
- June 22nd, at 6.10 a.m., passed north of Leyland liner, bound East.
- June 22nd, at 8.40 p.m., in wireless communication with R.M.S. “Lucania,” bound East.
- June 23rd. at 12.40., in wireless communication with s.s. “ Cedric,” bound East.
- June 24th, at 1.30 p.m.f in wireless communication with s.s. “Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” bound West.
- June 24th at 10 a.m., in wireless communication with Cunard s.s, “ Saxonia,” bound East.
- June 25th, at 7.20 a.m., in wireless communication with the s.s^ “ Baltic,” bound East.
- June 25th, at 3.45 p m., in wireless communication with the s.s. “ Rotterdam/’ bound East.
- June 27th, at 9.30 a.m., in wireless communication with Cunard s.s. “ Ultonia,” bound West.
SUMMARY OF PASSENGERS:—
- 1st. Class 72
- 2nd. Class 130
- 3rd. Class 796
- Total 998
- Crew 255
- Total Number on Board: 1,253
Palermo and Surronding Area from the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 1319036bc9
PALERMO is one of the ports visited by the vessels of the Cunard Hungarian-American service on their voyage to New York from the Adriatic. The rock shown in the background is a limestone mass 2,000 feet high, ruggedly grand in places and in others carpeted with the softest verdure. The mole, which is also shown makes a capital and safe harbor which is ever full of the kaleidoscopic life of an Italian port.
The old cathedral of Messina dates back to 1098. From Messina and Palermo entrancing views are obtained of the great Etna one of the most typical of volcanoes.
Child-Life on a Cunarder from the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 13199469f2
The accompanying pictures afford some glimpses of child-life onboard Cunard Steamers. A Baby Show is always an exhibition of interest and when held at sea, especially so. Clearly, the little ones are happy and comfortable; in fact, their smiling faces furnish unsolicited testimony to the steadiness of the ship by which they were traveling, and the great time they were having.
- Pitt & Scott, Ltd., Foreign Feight and Express Forwarders
- Bass in Bottle
- T & S Bacon, Liverpool - Latest Paris Fashions
- St. Ermin's Hotel, London
- Vinolia Co. Ltd. Soapmakers to the King
- Midland Hotels - Liverpool and Manchester
- Lion Brand Alloys & Metals for Armour Plates
- Great Central Railway of England
- J. H. & S. Johnson, Liverpool - Chemists and Drug Merchants
- Yorkshire Relish
- Veuve Cliquot-Ponsardin Champagne
- Royal Victoria Hotel - Lakes of Killarney
- Queen's Hotel, Queenstown
- Cadbury's Chocolates
- Prince's Restaurant, Hotel and Grill Room - London West
- Caswell Massey & Co. - American Druggist / English Chemists / Pharmaciens Français
- The Orient-Pacific Line Pleasure Cruises
- Collard & Collard - Pianos
- Crawford's World Famed Umbrellas
- R. Twining & Co. Ltd. The Oldest Tea & Coffee Merchants in the World Founded 1710
- Saml. Buckley & Co., London
- Elkington & Co., Ltd. Goldsmiths, Silversmiths, Jewellers
- Liberty Fabrics - World Famed Shawls and Scarves, London
- Hotel Victoria, London
- Redfern - Court Dressmakers and Furriers, London
- Schweppes' Soda Water Etc.
- Hotel Gt. Central & Hotel Russell, London
- Warings Art Furnishers
- MacSymon's Stores, Ltd. Liverpool
- Apollinaris - "The Queen of Table Waters"
- Goldsmiths & Sliversmiths Company, Ltd., London
- The Harwich-Hook of Holland Express
- Canadian Bank of Commerce
- Viyella - The High-Class Washing Material
- Turner & Dunnett - General Printers and Publishers, Liverpool
- Jas. Shoolbred & Co., General Drapers
- Horlick's Malted Milk
- W. Wingate & Johnston, Shipping Agents, London
- Simpson's Baggage and Refreshment Rooms, Liverpool Landing Stage
- Fishlock Brothers - Premier Florists in Liverpool
- Angel Hotel, Liverpool
- Cross, King of Wild Beast Merchants, Liverpool
- Nixon & Thew, High-Class English Provisions
- J.J. Rayner & Sons, Merchant Tailors, Naval Outfitters & Contractors, Liverpool
- Henry Wilson & Co. Ltd. Liverpool
- W. Literhland & Co - China, Glass and Earthenware Dealers, Liverpool
- Thomas Dowd, Gold Medallist, Fruiterer and Florist
- Robt. Roberts & Co., Ltd. Tea and Coffee Merchants
- Hotel St. George, Liverpool
- Thos. Meadows & Co. - Shipping, Forwarding and Passenger Agents
- Colman's Mustard
- Oldfields Limited - Diamond Merchants, Liverpool
- Cook's Tours - Thos. Cook & Son, London and Liverpool
Liberty & Co. Advertisement from the Cunard Daily Bulletin, RMS Ivernia Edition for Wednesday, 28 June 1905. GGA Image ID # 1319cd32b1