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List of First Class Passengers on the Titanic

Front Cover of the First Class Passenger List for the RMS Titanic

Front Cover of the First Class Passenger List for the RMS Titanic. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 10342fbd29

The First Class Passenger List for the Royal and U.S. Mail Steamship RMS Titanic From Southampton to New York via Cherbourg and Queenstown, Departing Wednesday, 10 April 1912. The original passenger list; the List as recorded by "Titanic" Disaster: Report of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Pursuit to S. Res. 283: Directing the Committee on Commerce to Investigate the Causes Leading to the Wreck of the White Star Liner "Titanic" Together with Speeches Thereon by Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan and Senator Isidor Rayner of Maryland, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1912.

Page 3 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Senior Officers and Passengers from Miss Elizabeth Walton Allen through Mrs. N. Aubert and Maid

Page 3 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Senior Officers and Passengers from Miss Elizabeth Walton Allen through Mrs. N. Aubert and Maid. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 103454f325

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: E. J. Smith, R.D. (Cmdr, R.N.R.)
  • Surgeon: W. F. N. O'Loughlin
  • Assistant Surgeon: J. E. Simpson
  • Purser: H. W. McElroy
  • Purser: R. L. Barker
  • Chief Steward: A. Latimer

As was the custom for most souvenir passenger lists, the listing of officers generally included the Surgeon/Assistant Surgeon, Purser/Assistant Purser, Chief Engineer, and Chief Steward. German passenger lists tended to list more of the crew members, British passenger lists leaned towards fewer offers and staff.

"A"

  1. Allen, Miss Elizabeth Walton
  2. Allison, Mr. H. J. (Hudson Joshua ) Creighton
  3. Allison, Mrs. H. J. Bess Waldo
  4. Allison, Mrs. Bess Waldo's Maid
  5. Allison, Miss Helen Loraine
  6. Allison, Master Hudson Trevor
  7. Allison, Master Hudson Trevor's Nurse
  8. Anderson. Mr. Harry (Henry)
  9. Andrews, Miss Cornelia I. (Kornelia Theodosia)
  10. Andrews, Mr. Thomas
  11. Appleton, Mrs. E. D. (Charlotte)
  12. Artagaveytia, Mr. Ramon
  13. Astor, Colonel J. J. (John Jacob)
  14. Astor, Colonel John Jacob's Manservant
  15. Astor, Mrs. J. J. (Madeleine Talmage)
  16. Astor, Mrs. Madeleine Talmage's Maid
  17. Astor, Mrs. Madeleine Talmage's Nurse
  18. Aubert, Mrs. N. (Aubart, Mme. Léontine Pauline)
  19. Aubart, Mme. Léontine Pauline's Maid

Page 4 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. A. H. Barkworth through Mrs. William E. Carter and Maid

Page 4 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. A. H. Barkworth through Mrs. William E. Carter and Maid. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 10349bfc7a

"B"

  1. Barkworth, Mr. A. H. (Algernon Henry)
  2. Baumann, Mr. J. (John David)
  3. Baxter, Mrs. James (Hélène)
  4. Baxter, Mr. Quigg Edmond
  5. Beattie, Mr. T. (Thomson)
  6. Beckwith, Mr. R. L. (Richard Leonard)
  7. Beckwith, Mrs. R. L. (Sarah Maybell)
  8. Behr, Mr. K. H. (Karl Howell)
  1. Bishop, Mr. D. H. (Dickinson)
  2. Bishop, Mrs. D. H. (Helen Margaret)
  3. Bjornstrom, Mr. H. (Mr. Mauritz Håkan Björnström-Steffansson)
  4. Blackwell, Mr. Stephen Weart
  5. Blank, Mr. Henry
  6. Bonnell, Miss Caroline
  7. Bonnell, Miss Lily (Elizabeth)
  8. Borebank, Mr. J. J. (John James)
  9. Bowen, Miss (Grace Scott) [3]
  10. Bowerman, Miss Elsie Edith
  11. Brady, Mr. John B. (Bertram)
  12. Brandeis, Mr. E. (Emil Franklin)
  13. Brayton, Mr. George Andrew
  14. Brewe, Dr. Arthur Jackson
  15. Brown, Mrs. J. J. (Mrs.  James Joseph Brown Molly Brown (Margaret Tobin))
  16. Brown, Mrs. J. M. (Mrs John Murray Brown (Caroline Lane Lamson))
  17. Bucknell, Mrs. W. (Mrs William Robert Bucknell (Emma Eliza Ward))
  18. Bucknell, Mrs. Emma Eliza's Maid
  19. Butt, Major Archibald W. (Willingham)

"C"

  1. Calderhead, Mr. E. P. (Edward Pennington)
  2. Cardell, Mrs. Churchill (Mrs. Helen Churchill Candee)
  3. Cardeza, Mrs. J. W. M. (Mrs James Warburton Martinez Cardeza (Charlotte Wardle Drake))
  4. Cardeza, Mrs. Charlotte Wardle Drake's Maid
  5. Cardeza, Mr. T. D. M. (Thomas Drake Martinez)
  6. Cardeza, Mr. Thomas Drake Martinez's Valet
  7. Carlson, Mr. Frank (Mr. Frans Olof Carlsson)
  8. Carran, Mr. F. M. (Mr. Francisco Mauro Severiano Carrau)
  9. Carran, Mr. J. P. (Mr. Jose Pedro Carraú Esteves)
  10. Carter, Mr. William E. (Earnest)
  11. Carter, Mrs. William E. (Mrs. William Ernest Carter (Lucile Polk))
  12. Carter, Mrs. Lucile's Maid

Page 5 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Miss Lucile Carter through Mr. Washington Dodge

Page 5 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Miss Lucile Carter through Mr. Washington Dodge. White Star Line. GGA Image ID #

  1. Carter, Miss Lucile Polk
  2. Carter, Master William T. (Master William Thornton Carter II)
  3. Case, Mr. Howard B. (Brown)
  4. Cavendish, Mr. T. W. (Tyrell William)
  5. Cavendish, Mrs. T. W. (Julia FLorence)
  6. Cavendish, Mrs. Julia FLorence's Maid
  7. Chaffee, Mr. Herbert F. (Fuller)
  8. Chaffee, Mrs. Herbert F. (Carrie Constance)
  9. Chambers, Mr. N. C. (Norman Campbell)
  10. Chambers, Mrs. N. C. (Bertha)
  11. Cherry, Miss Gladys
  12. Chevré, Mr. Paul (Mr Paul Romaine Marie Léonce Chevré)
  13. Chibnall, Mrs. E. M. Bowerman (Edith Martha)
  14. Chisholm, Mr. Robert (Roderick)
  15. Clark, Mr. Walter M. (Miller)
  16. Clark, Mrs. Walter M. (Virginia Estelle)
  17. Clifford, Mr. George Quincy
  18. Colley, Mr. E. P. (Edward Pomeroy)
  19. Compton, Mrs. A. T. (Mrs. Alexander Taylor Compton (Mary Eliza Ingersoll))
  20. Compton, Miss S. R. (Sara Rebecca)
  21. Compton. Mr. A. T., Jr. (Alexander Taylor)
  22. Cornell, Mrs. R. C. (Mrs. Robert Clifford Cornell (Malvina Helen Lamson))
  23. Crafton, Mr. John B. (Bertram)
  24. Crosby, Mr. Edward G. (Captain Edward Gifford Crosby)
  25. Crosby, Mrs. Edward G. (Catherine Elizabeth Halstead)
  26. Crosby, Miss Harriett Rebecca
  27. Cummings, Mr. John Bradley
  28. Cummings, Mrs. John Bradley (Florence Briggs)

"D"

  1. Daly, Mr. P. D. (Peter Dennis)
  2. Daniel, Mr. Robert W. (Williams)
  3. Davidson, Mr. Thornton
  4. Davidson, Mrs. Thornton (Orian)
  5. de Villiers, Mrs. B. NOT LISTED IN TITANICA
  6. Dick, Mr. A. A. (Albert Adrian)
  7. Dick, Mrs. A. A. (Vera)
  8. Dodge, Mr. Washington

Page 6 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mrs. Washington Dodge through Mr. Graham

Page 6 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mrs. Washington Dodge through Mr. Graham. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1034a590e5

  1. Dodge, Mrs. Washington (Ruth)
  2. Dodge, Master Washington
  3. Douglas, Mrs. F. C. (Mrs Frederick Charles Douglas (Mary Hélène Jane "Suzette" Baxter))
  4. Douglas, Mr. W. D. (Walter Donald)
  5. Douglas, Mrs. W. D. (Mahala)
  6. Douglas, Mrs. Mahala's Maid
  7. Dulles, Mr. William C. (Crothers)

"E"

  1. Earnshaw, Mrs. Boulton (Olive)
  2. Endres, Miss Caroline Louise
  3. Eustis, Miss E. M. (Elizabeth Mussey)
  4. Evans, Miss E. (Edith Corse)

"F"

  1. Flegenhein, Mrs. A. (Antoinette)
  2. Flynn, Mr. J. I. (John Irwin)
  3. Foreman, Mr. B. L. (Benjamin Laventall)
  4. Fortune, Mr. Mark
  5. Fortune, Mrs. Mark (Mary)
  6. Fortune, Miss Ethel Flora
  7. Fortune, Miss Alice Elizabeth
  8. Fortune, Miss Mabel Helen
  9. Fortune, Mr. Charles Alexander
  10. Franklin, Mr. T. P.
  11. Frauenthal, Mr. T. G. (Isaac Gerald)
  12. Frauenthal, Dr. Henry W. (William)
  13. Frauenthal, Mrs. Henry W. (Clara)
  14. Frolicher, Miss Marguerite (Miss Hedwig Margaritha Frölicher)
  15. Futrelle, Mr. J. (Jacques Heath)
  16. Futrelle, Mrs. J. (Lily May)

"G"

  1. Gee, Mr. Arthur H.
  2. Gibson, Mrs. L. (Mrs. John Leonard Gibson (Pauline Caroline Boeson))
  3. Gibson, Miss D. (Dorothy Winifred)
  4. Goldenberg, Mr. E. L. (Samuel Levi)
  5. Goldenberg, Mrs. E. L. (Nella Carlynne)
  6. Goldschmidt. Mr. George B.
  7. Gracie, Col. Archibald
  8. Graham, Mr. George Edward

Page 7 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mrs. William G. Graham through Mr. Ismay and Manservant

Page 7 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mrs. William G. Graham through Mr. Ismay and Manservant. White Star Line GGA Image ID # 1034ea3a0a

  1. Graham, Mrs. William G. (Edith)
  2. Graham, Miss Margaret Edith
  3. Greenfield, Mrs. L. D. (Mrs Leo David Greenfield (Blanche Strouse))
  4. Greenfield, Mr. W. B. (William Bertram)
  5. Giglio, Mr. Victor
  6. Guggenheim, Mr. Benjamin

"H"

  1. Harder, Mr. George A. (Achilles)
  2. Harder, Mrs. George A. (Dorothy)
  3. Harper, Mr. Henry Sleeper
  4. Harper, Mr. Henry Sleeper's Manservant
  5. Harper, Mrs. Henry Sleeper (Myra Raymond)
  6. Harris, Mr. Henry B. (Birkhardt)
  7. Harris, Mrs. Henry B. (Irene)
  8. Harrison, Mr. W. H. (William Henry)
  9. Haven, Mr. H. (Mr. Harry Haven Homer) [9]
  10. Hawksford, Mr. W. J. (Walter James)
  11. Hays, Mr. Charles M. (Melville)
  12. Hays, Mrs. Charles M. (Clara Jennings)
  13. Hays, Mrs. Clara Jennings' Maid
  14. Hays, Miss Margaret Bechstein
  15. Head, Mr. Christopher
  16. Hilliard, Mr. Herbert Henry
  17. Hipkins, Mr. W. E. (William Edward)
  18. Hippach, Mrs. Ida S. (Sophia)
  19. Hippach, Miss Jean (Miss Gertrude Isabelle Hippach  (Jean))
  20. Hogeboom, Mrs. John C. (Anna Louisa)
  21. Holverson, Mr. A. O. (Alexander Oskar)
  22. Holverson, Mrs. A. O. (Mary Alice)
  23. Hoyt, Mr. Frederick M. (Maxfield)
  24. Hoyt, Mrs. Frederick M. (Jane Anne)

"I"

  1. Isham, Miss A. E. (Anne Elizabeth)
  2. Ismay, Mr. Joseph Bruce
  3. Ismay, Mr. Joseph Bruce's Valet

Page 8 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. Birnbaum Jakob through Mrs. W. E. Minahan

Page 8 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. Birnbaum Jakob through Mrs. W. E. Minahan. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1035252664

"J"

  1. Jakob, Mr. Birnbaum (Mr. Jakob Birnbaum)
  2. Jones, Mr. C. C. (Charles Cresson)
  3. Julian, Mr. H. F. (Henry Forbes)

"K"

  1. Kent, Mr. Edward A.
  2. Kenyon, Mr. F. R.
  3. Kenyon, Mri. F. R.
  4. Kimball, Mr. E. N.
  5. Kimball, Mrs. E. N.
  6. Klaber, Mr. Herman

"L"

  1. Lambert-Williams, Mr. Fletcher Fellows
  2. Leader, Mrs. F. A.
  3. Lewy, Mr. E. G.
  4. Lines, Mrs. Ernest H.
  5. Lines, Miss Mary C.
  6. Lindstroem, Mrs. J.
  7. Long, Mr. Milton C.
  8. Loring, Mr. J. H.
  9. Longley, Miss Gretchen F.

"M"

  1. Madill, Miss Georgette Alexandra
  2. Maguire, Mr. J. E.
  3. Marechal, Mr. Pierre
  4. Marvin, Mr. D. W.
  5. Marvin, Mrs. D. W.
  6. McCaffry, Mr. T.
  7. McCarthy, Mr. Timothy J.
  8. McGough, Mr. J. R.
  9. Melody, Mr. A,
  10. Meyer, Mr. Edgar J.
  11. Meyer, Mrs. Edgar J.
  12. Millet, Mr. Frank D.
  13. Minahan Dr. W. E.
  14. Minahan Mrs. W. E.

Page 9 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Miss Daisy Minahan through Mr. Hugh R. Rood

Page 9 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Miss Daisy Minahan through Mr. Hugh R. Rood. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 10357956cd

  1. Minahan, Miss Daisy
  2. Molsom, Mr. B. Markland
  3. Moore, Mr. Clarence
  4. Moore, Mr. Clarence's Manservant
  5. Morgan, Mrs.
  6. Morgan, Mrs.' Maid

"N"

  1. Natsch, Mr. Charles
  2. Newell, Mr. A. W.
  3. Newell, Miss Alice
  4. Newell, Miss Madeline
  5. Newsome, Miss Helen
  6. Nicholson, Mr. A. S.

"O"

  1. Ostby, Mr. E. C.
  2. Ostby, Miss Helen R.
  3. Ovies, Mr. S.

"P"

  1. Parr, Mr. M. H. W.
  2. Partner, Mr. Austin
  3. Payne, Mr. V.
  4. Pears, Mr. Thomas
  5. Pears, Mrs. Thomas
  6. Peñasco, Mr. Victor
  7. Peñasco, Mrs. Victor
  8. Peñasco, Mrs. Victor's Maid
  9. Peuchen, Major Arthur
  10. Porter, Mr. Walter Chamberlain
  11. Potter, Mrs. Thomas, Jr.

"R"

  1. Reuchlin, Mr. Jonkheer J. G.
  2. Rheims, Mr. George
  3. Robert, Mrs. Edward S.
  4. Robert, Mrs. Edward S.'s Maid
  5. Roebling, Mr. Washington A., 2d.
  6. Rolmane, Mr. C.
  7. Rood, Mr. Hugh R.

Page 10 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Miss Rosenbaum through Mrs. Max Frolicher Stehli

Page 10 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Miss Rosenbaum through Mrs. Max Frolicher Stehli. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1035f5aa9f

  1. Rosenbaum, Miss
  2. Ross, Mr. J. Hugo
  3. Rothes, the Countess of (Lucy Noël Martha)
  4. Rothes, the Countess' Maid
  5. Rothschild, Mr. M.
  6. Rothschild, Mrs. M.
  7. Rowe, Mr. Alfred
  8. Ryerson, Mr. Arthur
  9. Ryerson, Mrs. Arthur
  10. Ryerson, Mrs. Arthur's Maid
  11. Ryerson, Miss
  12. Ryerson, Miss
  13. Ryerson, Master

"S"

  1. Saalfeld, Mr. Adolphe
  2. Saloman, Mr. A. L.
  3. Schabert, Mrs. Paul
  4. Seward, Mr. Frederic K.
  5. Shutes, Miss E. W.
  6. Silverthorne, Mr.
  7. Silvey, Mr. William B.
  8. Silvey, Mrs. William B.
  9. Simonius, Mr. Oberst Alfons
  10. Sloper, Mr. William T.
  11. Smart, Mr. John M.
  12. Smith, Mr. J. Clinch
  13. Smith, Mr. R. W.
  14. Snyder, Mr. John
  15. Snyder, Mrs. John
  16. Spedden, Mr. Frederick O.
  17. Spedden, Mrs. Frederick O.
  18. Spedden, Mrs. Frederick O.'s Maid
  19. Snedden, Master R. Douglas
  20. Snedden, Master R. Douglas's Nurse
  21. Spencer, Mr. W. A.
  22. Spencer, Mrs. W. A.
  23. Spencer, Mrs. W. A.'s Maid
  24. Stahelin, Dr. Max
  25. Stead, Mr. W. T.
  26. Stehli, Mr. Max Frolicher
  27. Stehli, Mrs. Max Frolicher

Page 11 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. C. E. H. Stengel through Mrs. J. Stuart White, Maid, and Manservant

Page 11 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. C. E. H. Stengel through Mrs. J. Stuart White, Maid, and Manservant. White Star Line., GGA Image ID # 1035fa9ed4

  1. Stengel, Mr. C. E. H.
  2. Stengel, Mrs. C. E. H.
  3. Stephenson, Mrs. W. B.
  4. Stewart, Mr. A. A.
  5. Stone, Mrs. George M.
  6. Stone, Mrs. George M.'s Maid
  7. Straus, Mr. Isidor
  8. Straus, Mr. Isidor's Manservant
  9. Straus, Mrs. Isidor
  10. Straus, Mrs. Isidor's Maid
  11. Sutton, Mr. Frederick
  12. Swift, Mrs. Frederick Joel

"T"

  1. Taussig, Mr. Emil
  2. Taussig, Mrs. Emil
  3. Taussig, Miss Ruth
  4. Taylor, Mr. E. Z.
  5. Taylor, Mrs. E. Z.
  6. Thayer, Mr. J. B.
  7. Thayer, Mrs. J. B.
  8. Thayer, Mrs. J. B.'s Maid
  9. Thayer, Mr. J. B., Jr.
  10. Thorne, Mr. G.
  11. Thorne, Mrs. G.
  12. Tucker, Mr. G. M., Jr.

"U"

  1. Uruchurtu, Mr. M. R

"V"

  1. Van der Hoef, Mr. Wyckoflf

"W"

  1. Walker, Mr. W. Anderson
  2. Warren, Mr. F. M.
  3. Warren, Mrs. F. M.
  4. Weir.Mr. J.
  5. White, Mr. M. J.
  6. White, Mr. Percival W.
  7. White, Mr. Richard F.
  8. White, Mrs. J. Stuart
  9. White, Mrs. J. Stuart's Maid
  10. White, Mrs. J. Stuart's Manservant

Page 12 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. George D. Wick through Miss Marie Young

Page 12 of the First Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers Mr. George D. Wick through Miss Marie Young. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 10366babca

  1. Wick, Mr. George D.
  2. Wick, Mrs. George D.
  3. Wick, Miss Mary
  4. Widener, Mr. George D.
  5. Widener, Mr. George D.'s Valet
  6. Widener, Mrs. George D.
  7. Widener, Mrs. George D's Maid
  8. Widener. Mr. Harry
  9. Willard, Miss Constance
  10. Williams, Mr. Duane
  11. Williams, Mr. R. M., Jr.
  12. Woolner, Mr. Hugh
  13. Wright, Mr. George

"Y"

  1. Young, Miss Marie

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS IN THE FIRST CLASS

  • BREAKFAST from 8 until 10 o'clock.
  • LUNCHEON at 1 p.m.
  • DINNER at 7 o'clock.

The Bar opens at 8 a.m., and closes at 11.30 p.m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p.m., Lounge at 11.30 p.m., and Smoke Room at 12 Midnight.

DIVINE SERVICE in the Saloon on Sunday at 10.30 a.m.

SEATS AT TABLE - Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to the Second Steward. Children are not entitled to seats in the Saloon unless full fare is paid.

WIRELESS TELEGRAMS - All Southampton- Cherbourg-Queenstown-New York, Liverpool- Queenstown-New York, Liverpool-Quebec-Montreal, Liverpool-Halifax-Portland, and Liverpool- Queenstown-Boston Mail and Passenger Steamers of the White Star Line are fitted with the Marconi system of Wireless Telegraphy, and messages for dispatch should be handed in at the Enquiry Office.

AN ENQUIRY OFFICE has been provided for the convenience of Passengers, where all enquiries for information of a general character should be made. Letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received here for dispatch, and Postage Stamps can be purchased, and Deck Chairs and Steamer Rugs hired at this office, through which also all Mails will be distributed.

None of the ship’s staff other than those on duty in the Enquiry Office are authorized to accept Letters or Telegrams for dispatch.

CABLEGRAMS & TELEGRAMS should be handed in at the Enquiry Office an hour before the arrival at any port called at.

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 board the ship. In the case of sickness developed on board no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

BAGGAGE - Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship’s Baggage Master. Trunks, Chairs 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 New York, and such articles will be stored entirely at owner’s risk. It is necessary for passengers themselves to see all their Baggage is passed by the U.S. Customs Authorities on landing.

DECK CHAIRS can be hired at a charge of 4/- each for the voyage.

STEAMER RUGS can be hired at a charge of 4/- for the voyage.

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.

EXCHANGE OF MONEY - The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English and American money, and he will allow at the rate of $4.80 to the £1 when giving American money for English currency, or £1 for $4.95 when giving English money for American money.

The following rates of exchange have also been adopted for American and French and German money - Eastbound, $1 = 5 Francs = 4 Marks; Westbound, Notes and Gold-19 cents per Franc or 23 cents per Mark; Silver-18 cents per Franc or 22 cents per Mark.

PASSENGERS’ ADDRESSES may be left at the Enquiry Office in order that any letters sent to the care of the Company may be forwarded.

TRAVELLERS’ CHEQUES payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all principal offices of the White Star Line. These Cheques are accepted on board White Star steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

AUTOMOBILE TOURS - Arrangements have been made whereby passengers by the White Star Line can hire automobiles to meet them on arrival of the steamer at Queenstown, Liverpool, Plymouth, Cherbourg or Southampton for tours in the British Isles or on the Continent. Orders may be sent from America or Canada through the White Star Line Offices, or direct from the steamer by aid of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph.

This Steamer is fitted with Marconi’s system of Wireless Telegraphy and also with Submarine Signaling Apparatus.

WIRELESS TELEGRAM RATES

FOR UNITED STATES - The minimum Marconi rate via Seagate, Segaponack or South Wellfleet (Cape Cod), or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations, is 8s. 4d. for ten words. Each extra word 6d.; text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

The minimum rate via Siasconsett or Cape Race, or through the medium of a passing steamer and these stations is 12s. 6d., for ten words. Each extra word 9d.; text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

The minimum Marconi rate via Sable Island or Cape Sable, or through the medium of a passing steamer and this station is 16s. 8d. for ten words. Each extra word Is.; text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

FOR CANADA - The minimum Marconi rate via Quebec, Grosse Isle and Father Point, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations, is 2s. Id. for ten words; each additional word VA d. The minimum Marconi rate via Clarke City, Grindstone, Fame Point, Heath Point, Harrington, Point Rich, Point Armour. Belle Isle, Cape Ray, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations, is 4s. 2d. for ten words; each extra word 3d. The minimum rate through the Cape Race station, or through the medium of a passing steamer and this station is 12s. 6d. for ten words; each extra word 9d. The minimum rate via Montreal and Three Rivers, or through the medium of a passing steamer and this station is 1/3 for ten words; each additional word Id. Text only counted; address and signature free; land line charges additional. All charges must be prepaid.

FOR UNITED KINGDOM. The rate via Crookhaven or other stations in the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is 10d. per word; every word in address, text and signature counted; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

SHIP TO SHIP - The rate from ship to ship is 8d. per word; every word in address, text and signature counted, and all charges must be prepaid.

RESTAURANT - In addition to the regular Dining Saloon there is a large modern à la carte Restaurant on Deck B. where meals may be obtained at any time between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. at fixed charges, as shown on the bill of fare issued from day to day.

Passengers wishing to use the Restaurant should apply on board to the Manager for the reservation of seats.

The Restaurant is under the management of the Company, who have appointed Mr. L. Gatti, previously of Oddenino’s Imperial Restaurant, London, as manager.

If the passage is taken entirely without meals in the regular Dining Saloon, an allowance of £3 per adult will be made off the ocean rate, excepting that on rates of £35 per adult and upwards the allowance will be £5 per adult.

This reduction in fare, however, can only be granted when passengers announce their intention to book without meals, and of making use of the Restaurant, at the time of purchasing their ticket, and no rebate or reduction can be made under any other circumstances.

LOUNGE AND RECEPTION ROOMS - These rooms are situated on Deck A and at the entrance to the Main Dining Saloon on Deck D respectively. They are intended for the use of both Ladies and Gentlemen, and afternoon tea and after-dinner coffee will be served, while liqueurs, cigars and cigarettes may be purchased there.

Books may be obtained from the Bookcase in the Lounge on Deck A on application to the Steward in charge. By special arrangement with “The Times” Book Club, a supply of recent works is placed on board each voyage, as a supplement to the permanent collection of standard works.

The Lounge will be closed at 11.30 p.m. and the Reception Room at 11 p.m.

PASSENGER ELEVATORS - There are three elevators provided for the use of Passengers, running between Decks A, B, C, D and E.

VERANDAH CAFÉ AND PALM COURT situated on Deck A, where light refreshments are served.

TURKISH, ELECTRIC AND SWIMMING BATHS
A fully equipped Turkish Bath is situated on Deck F, consisting of the usual steam, hot, temperate, shampooing and cooling rooms. Electric Baths and a Swimming Bath are also provided in conjunction with same, and experienced attendants will be in charge.

Turkish Baths are available for Ladies from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and for Gentlemen from 2 to 6 p.m., tickets being obtainable at the Enquiry Office at a charge of 4/- (or $1) each, which includes the use of the Swimming Bath.

Separate Swimming Bath Tickets can also be obtained at One Shilling, or Twenty-Five Cents, including use of costume.

‬The Swimming Bath is open between the following hours:

  • GENTLEMEN
    6 a.m. to 9 a.m.: Free
    2 p.m. to 7 p.m.: 1s 0d or 25 Cents.
  • LADIES
    10 a.m. to noon: Free
    Noon to 1 p.m.: 1s. 0d.

The charge includes use of costume.

A GYMNASIUM fully supplied with modern appliances, is situated on the Boat Deck, and is open for exercise by Ladies and Gentlemen during the same hours as the Baths, no charge being made for the use of the appliances

The Gymnasium will be available for children from 1 to 3 p.m. only.

A SQUASH RACQUET COURT is provided on Deck F, and is in charge of a professional player. Tickets for the use of the Court may be obtained at the Enquiry Office at 2/- (or 50 cents) per half-hour, to include the services of the Professional if required. Balls may be purchased from the Professional, who is also authorized to sell and hire racquets.

The Court may be reserved in advance by application to the Professional in charge, and may not be occupied for longer than one hour at a time by the same players if others are waiting.

A CLOTHES PRESSING AND CLEANING ROOM is in charge of an expert attendant, who will carry out any work of this kind for Ladies and Gentlemen, in accordance with a fixed printed tariff of charges which can be had on application to the Bedroom Steward.

Notice Landing Arrangements at New York.

Should the Steamer Arrive at the New York Wharf After 8 PM.. 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 Their Baggage Passed the Following Morning Not Earlier Than 7 O'Clock. Breakfast Will Be Served for Those Who Remain on Board Overnight.

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