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SS Montlaurier Passenger List - 13 July 1923

Front Cover, SS Montlaurier Passenger List - 13 July 1923

Second Cabin Passenger List from the SS Montlaurier of the Canadian Pacific (CPOS), Departing Friday, 13 July 1923 from Quebec to Liverpool, Commanded by Captain J. Turnbull.

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: J. TURNBULL, C.B.E., R.D., R.N.R.
  • Chief Officer: A. ROTHWELL
  • Chief Engineer: J. E. THEARLE
  • Purser: G. D. FISHWICK
  • Surgeon: A. GIRVAN
  • Chief Steward: T. BURNES

Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Bailey, Mr. R.
  2. Baker, Mr. Howard
  3. Baker, Miss Carrie
  4. Balsdon, Mr. E. R.
  5. Ballson. Miss E. W.
  6. Bateman, Miss Irma
  7. Baum, Mr. L. A.
  8. Baum, Mrs.
  9. Bell, Mrs. Russell
  10. Bell, Master Melville and Nurse
  11. Bosley, Mr. M.
  12. Boone, Mr. H. S.
  13. Boone, Mrs.
  14. Brook, Mr. C.
  15. Buchanan, Mrs. F.
  16. Buckle, Mr. J. W.
  17. Bullock, Miss L.
  18. Burden, Mr. Eaton
  19. Burgess, Mr. F. G.
  20. Burke, Mr. Arthur
  21. Burrington, Miss Stella
  22. Burrington, Miss Carrie
  23. Burrow. Mrs. E. M.
  24. Burrow, Miss Margaret
  25. Burrow, Master John A.
  26. Burwell. Mrs. W. C.
  27. Bush, Mrs. A
  28. Bush, Master A 
  29. Butler, Mr. D. C.
  30. Cameron, Mr. J. P.
  31. Cameron, Mrs.
  32. Cameron, Miss M.
  33. Carlson, Dr. A. J.
  34. Carr, Mrs. S. E. 
  35. Carr, Miss A.
  36. Carr, Miss E.
  37. Childe, Miss B. M.
  38. Childe, Miss B
  39. Churchill, Mr.
  40. Churchill, Mrs.
  41. Clark, Mr. J. M.
  42. Clark, Mr. S A. P.
  43. Clarke, Mr. A. L. R.
  44. Clinton, Mrs. G. W.
  45. Cohen, Mr. I.
  46. Cosgrave, Rev. T. H.
  47. Cottrell, Mr. Ivan R.
  48. Cottrell, Miss Amy
  49. Coyle, Mr. A. F.
  50. Crosser, Mr. Robert
  51. Crossley, Mr. J. H.
  52. Danes. Dr. J. V.
  53. Danes, Mrs.
  54. Dathan, Mrs. J. E.
  55. Dathan. Miss B.
  56. Davidson, Miss E. F.
  57. Davis, Dr. William L.
  58. Davis, Mrs.
  59. Davis, Mr. William L.
  60. Davis. Miss Edwina G.
  61. Davis. Miss Edwina L.
  62. Dawes, Miss
  63. de Flon, Miss Marie
  64. Denlinger, Mr. F. D.
  65. Denlinger, Mrs.
  66. Donnelly, Mr. D. E.
  67. Dyer, Dr. Frank 
  68. Dyer, Mr. B.
  69. Engelsman, Mr. A. B.
  70. Engelsman, Mrs.
  71. Escott, Mr. T. B.
  72. Escott, Mrs.
  73. Evans. Mrs. J. Morgan
  74. Evans, Mr. A. Morgan
  75. Ferguson, Mr. D. N.
  76. Ferris, Mrs. Loretta H.
  77. Fifield, Mr. L. M.
  78. Fifield, Mrs.
  79. Finch, Mr. John M.
  80. Finch, Miss Sadie
  81. Funk, Dr. Casimir
  82. Funk. Mrs
  83. Funk, Master Ran
  84. Geary, Major G. R.
  85. Gillan, Mis. E. H.
  86. Goldie, Mr. Charles
  87. Goldie, Mrs.
  88. Goldman, Major C. S.
  89. Goldsmith, Mr. Charles
  90. Goldsmith, Mrs.
  91. Greenhalgh, Mr. J.
  92. Greenhalgh, Mrs.
  93. Greenhalgh, Miss
  94. Greer, Col. M.
  95. Grider. Mr. Neal
  96. Grider, Mrs.
  97. Grinsley,Mr. A.
  98. Guttridge, Mr. G. H.
  99. Hall, Mr. J. G.
  100. Hall, Mrs
  101. Harrow, D.r. B
  102. Helmer, Mr. R. H.
  103. Helmer, Mrs.
  104. Heuer, Dr. G. J.
  105. Hickey, Mrs. Hannah H.
  106. Hillier, Mr. T. P.
  107. Hughes, Mr. Wm. F.
  108. Hunnewell, Mr. W. B.
  109. Hunnewell, Mrs.
  110. Hunter, Mrs. Evelyn G.
  111. Hussey, Mr. J. E.
  112. Hutson, Mr. Frederick L.
  113. Hutson, Mrs.
  114. Jameson, Miss E. V.
  115. Jankosky, Mr F.
  116. Jankosky, Mrs.
  117. Jankosky, Miss E.
  118. Jones, Mrs. A. E.
  119. Jones, Mrs. C. H.
  120. Jones, Mrs. W. A.
  121. Kempf, Mr. E .
  122. King, Mrs. A. F.
  123. King, Master Anthony
  124. King, Miss Ruth
  125. Koerber, Mr. Harry G.
  126. Koerber, Mrs.
  127. Koerber, Miss Katherine
  128. Lambe, Mr. W. S.
  129. Lambe, Mrs.
  130. Leuba, Mr. James H.
  131. Limeburner, Mrs. L.
  132. Longhery, Mr. B.
  133. Longhery, Mrs.
  134. Macauly, Rev. J. C.
  135. McClure, Mr. Wm
  136. MacEwen, Brig. Gen. M. L.
  137. MacEwen. Mrs.
  138. MacEwen. Mr. R.
  139. MacEwen, Miss M.
  140. MacHold, Miss E. L.
  141. Mangan, Mr. A. T.
  142. Marler, Mr. Leonard
  143. Marriner, Mr. J. M. S.
  144. Marriner, Mr. G. T.
  145. Marshall, Mrs. (Dr.) Clifford
  146. Martin, Mr. M. C.
  147. Matthews, Dr. S. A.
  148. Martyn, Mr. George
  149. Martyn, Mrs.
  150. Marzen, Miss Louise
  151. McCanles, Miss Lulu L.
  152.  McDonald, Mr. R. O.
  153. Melton, Mr. F.
  154. Melton, Mr. T .
  155. Millichamp, Mr. Reuben
  156. Millichamp, Miss Olive
  157. Moray, Mr. Norman R.
  158. Moray, Mrs.
  159. Morrill, Mr. Arthur F.
  160. Murchie, Mr. Robert C.
  161. Murlin, Dr. J. R.
  162. Naylor, Mr. O. W.
  163. Nazer, Mr. A. P.
  164. Nazer, Mrs.
  165. Nelson, Mr. A. L.
  166. Norton, Mrs. P. D.
  167. Nowell, Rev. Hugh Noel
  168. Nowell, Mrs.
  169. Odell, Mr. O. D.
  170. Odell, Mrs.
  171. Osborn, Miss Edna
  172. Osier, Mr. Philip
  173. Osmond, Mr. W. R.
  174. Oxley, Mrs. A. E.
  175. Palmer, Col. Frederick Longworthy
  176. Palmer, Mrs.
  177. Patterson, Mrs. R. D.
  178. Patterson, Mr. J. H.
  179. Patterson, Mrs.
  180. Patterson, Miss Elizabeth
  181. Patterson, Miss Kathleen
  182. Patterson, Mr. William
  183. Pauline, Mr. George C.
  184. Pauline, Mr. George W.
  185. Peet, Capt. T. M.
  186. Pepper, Mr. Charles
  187. Pepper, Mrs.
  188. Pepper, Miss Eunice C.
  189. Pereira, Mr. A.
  190. Pereira, Mrs. Lyndwode
  191. Peyton, Mr. A. J.
  192. Peyton, Mrs.
  193. Pote, Major. C. S.
  194. Pote, Mrs.
  195. Potter, Mr. R. F.
  196. Potter, Mrs.
  197. Prentice, Miss Mona
  198. Puxon, Mrs. E.
  199. Ray, Mr. Richard
  200. Reid, Dr. Mont.
  201. Reiland, Mrs. Karl
  202. Richardson, Mr. H. A.
  203. Rinehart, Miss L. M.
  204. Rodriguev, Mrs. R.
  205. Rohrer, Rev. Freeley
  206. Roll, Miss M. E.
  207. Root, Mr. J.
  208. Rudolph, Mr. O. C. 
  209. Russ, Mrs. J. D.
  210. Ryan, Rt. Rev Bishop
  211. Sadler, Miss Florence W.
  212. Schell, Mrs Chas. Carroll
  213. Schurman, Mr. C. H .
  214. Schurman, Mrs.
  215. Schurman, Miss Jane
  216. Searing, Miss C.
  217. Shatto, Mrs C. R.
  218. Shee, Miss Louisa S.
  219. Shenton, Mr. W. L. 
  220. Simpson, Miss Alexander
  221. Simpson, Miss Georgia
  222. Smith, Miss B.
  223. Small, Mrs. F. H.
  224. Squires, Mrs. G. K. 
  225. Stavers, Mr. J. H.
  226. Stewart, Mr. Frank B.
  227. Thiel, Mr. P. C.
  228. Thiel, Mrs.
  229. Thomas, Miss G.
  230. Thomas, Mr. D. L.
  231. Thomas Mrs.
  232. Tuck-Hart, Mrs. H. M.
  233. Tyrrell, Miss M.
  234. Underhill, Mrs. S.
  235. Underhill, Miss Aida
  236. Underwood, Mr. J. C.
  237. Vachon, Mr. Wm
  238. Vachon, Mrs.
  239. Vanslyke, Miss Lucile
  240. Vanston, Mr. C. G.
  241. Vanston, Mrs .
  242. Wade, Mr. F. B.
  243. Wade, Mrs. W. J.
  244. Walker, Mrs. M. W.
  245. Walters, Mrs. J
  246. Welling, Mrs. Lillian C.
  247. Welling, Miss Katherine
  248. Whitaker, Mr. F.
  249. Whitaker, Mrs.
  250. Whitaker, Miss V.
  251. Whitaker, Master F.
  252. White, Mr. A. V.
  253. White, Mrs. Infant and Maid
  254. Whitmore, Mrs. F. J.
  255. Whitney, Mr. E.
  256. Whittiker, Mr. C. B.
  257. Whittiker, Mrs.
  258. Wiggers, Dr. C. J.
  259. Williams, Miss F. E.
  260. Wills, Mr. H. E .
  261. Wills, Mrs.
  262. Wilson, Mr. R. H.
  263. Wright, Dr. Frederick T.
  264. Wright,Mrs.

Back Cover, SS Montlaurier Passenger List - 13 July 1923

Back Cover, SS Montlaurier Passenger List - 13 July 1923

Passenger Information

Purser and Assistant Pursers are always in attendance at the Bureau to deal with enquiries and matters affecting the comfort or interest of passengers. 

It is desired that passengers having cause for complaint will take the opportunity to report the matter, in order that it may be dealt with immediately. Passengers will appreciate that the Management cannot deal satisfactorily with complaints unless these can he investigated on the spot.

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Sailing dates. Steamer plans and rates may be obtained, and accommodation booked for return by any of the Canadian Pacific Liners. Apply to Ticket Agent on board.

Meal Times

When One Sitting Only

  • Breakfast: 8.30 am
  • Luncheon: 1.30 pm
  • Dinner: 7:00 pm

When Two Sittings

  • Breakfast: 8:00 am | 9.00 am
  • Luncheon: 12.30 pm | 1.30 pm
  • Dinner: 6.00 pm | 7.00 pm

Breakfast will not be served in the dining room after 10:00 am

Seats at Dinner arranged by Second Steward.

Children must dine at first sitting.

Afternoon tea will be served at 4.00 pm on Deck and in all Public Rooms, but children will be served in the Dining Saloon.

Lights are extinguished in Saloon at 11:00 pm, Music Room and Drawing Room at 11.30 pm and Smoke Room at midnight, Bar closes at 11:00 pm

Divine service in Saloon at 10.30 am Sunday.

Steamer Rugs rented at $1.50 each for the voyage, on application to the Deck Steward.

Deck chairs for hire, $1.00

British Railway Time Tables will be found in the Library or Drawing Room.

Representatives meet all steamships to give passengers information and assistance.

CANADIAN PACIFIC TEIEGRAPH connects with all points in Canada, and all important points in the United States via the Postal Telegraph Company. Direct connection with Great Britain and Europe via Commercial and Imperial cables, and Australasia via British Pacific Cable.

Wireless Telegrams. Steamships are equipped with Marconi Wireless System.  Information can be obtained from the Purser.

Valuables. A safe is provided in the office of the Purser, in which passengers may deposit money and valuables for safe keeping during the voyage, free of charge. Envelopes will be provided to be sealed and signed by the passenger. As no charge is made for this service the Company can accept no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.

Money Exchanged. The Purser is authorized, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of Canadian and American money into English Currency.

Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Commander, for treating any passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness contracted on board no charge will be made and medicine will be provided by the Surgeon.

Handbags and Trunks which will fit underneath the berths will be allowed in the Cabins, and no other. Passengers are requested to write their name and European address on the back of baggage checks and hand them to the Baggage Master as soon as possible after sailing. They must claim their own baggage in the Customs Baggage Examining Room at port of disembarkation, where it is placed under initial letters.

Forwarding of Baggage to Destination. The Canadian Pacific Railway and Dominion Express Co’s Uniform Baggagemen meet steamers arriving at Liverpool to Collect Luggage and arrange forwarding to destination by Goods Train. Charges, which are payable C.O.D., include cost of transfer, porterage and rail forwarding. Baggage may also be delivered locally. Baggage labels may be secured from the Baggage Master on board.

Letters & Telegrams for passengers are brought on board at the ports and placed in alphabetical order in the letter case. To facilitate the delivery of letters and telegrams which may reach the Company after passengers disembark, they are invited to leave their address with the Purser, so that letters may be forwarded. When posting letters at sea, British or Canadian postage stamps may be used. These can be obtained from the Steward in the Drawing Room. Letter box will be closed one hour before arrival in port.

LONDON SPECIAL TRAIN (L. & N. W. Rly.) usually leaves Riverside Station (adjoining Liverpool Landing Stage) for Euston Station, London, within two hours of ship’s arrival at Landing Stage. Time occupied on journey about 4 ½ hours.

Rail Tickets to London and other points obtainable at the Ticket Office on board.

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