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The South Australian Government Gazette June 7th, 1883

 

Immigrants per “Procida”

Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide June 6th 1883

 

The undermentioned immigrants, per “Procida”, sailed from Hamburg on the 5th April 1883, and

are expected to arrive at the Semaphore about the 14th instant.

The immigrants, except those nominated by their friends, can be engaged on arrival on board the

ship, at the Semaphore, or at the Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide.

 

Employers in the country districts can communicate with Crown Lands & Immigration

Office Adelaide, by letter either before or after the arrival of the vessel, stating the kind of labor

they require &c., and upon their arranging for the conveyance and reception of the persons they

want, their requests will, when possible, be complied with.

 

Alfred Catt,

Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration

 

Married Couples and their children who will be open for hire on Arrival.

 

BACH

G P

Eva C

Michael

Gertrude

Eva

Mason

BUSS

Joseph

Theresa

Karl

Farm Laborer

BLOHM

Frederick

Margaret

Margaret

Catherine

Mason

CARSTENSEN

Carsten

Christine

Peter

Manil

Gertrude

Matilde

 

Joiner

ULLRICH

G

Bertha

Carpenter

VOIGHT

C

Marie

F

C

A

T

W

Shoemaker

WAGNER

F

Fanny

Agnes

Auguste

Emma

C G

G

Farm Laborer

WOHLGEHAGEN

W

 E

B

A

J

H

Farm Laborer

WEISE

F

C

Butcher

WITTIG

E A

E

E

 

Laborer

 

 

 

Single Woman Coming to friends

TRAULSEN, Adel., Maid Servant       

 

 

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