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SALOON Arkwright Mr Francis Arkwright Mrs Eveline Arkwright Miss M Bacon Mr Tapley Bacon Miss Baker Rev. R W Calvert Mr O A Donnell Mr C E Feilden Mr G A Feilden Miss Harrison Mr H N A Lawson Dr Bernard Lee Mr R H March Mr Reginald March Mrs March Miss Margaret March Miss Mary March Miss Edith Petrie Mr John Reynolds Mr T A Rosina Mrs Somervil Mr A W Somervil Mr James Stilman Mr H T Stilman Miss M Taylor Miss Clara Williams Mr J H
SECOND SALOON Ahlfeld Mr Adolf Ahlfeld Mrs L A Ahlfeld Master L Anchitel Master Anderson Mr Anson Mr H V Anson Mrs Francis Anson Archibald Anson Miss Francis Anson Miss Mildred Back Mrs Alice Battens Mr Henry Battens Mrs Selina Belford Miss Sarah Chivers Miss M E Copeland Rev. Joseph Cunningham Mr John (2) Cunnigham Mrs W.B Dewey Mr George Durant Mr. Thomas Fitzgerald Mr Maurice Fitzgerald Mrs Nora Harrison Mr Thomas Harrison Mrs Florence Hawes Mr Owen Hayter Capt. Francis R.M. Hayter Mrs Heywood Mrs M J Heywood Miss Emily Heywood Miss Mary Hosking Mr John Littlejohn Mrs Margaret Littlejohn Miss Elizabeth Milne Mrs Agnes Pirie Mr John Porter Mr A H R Richmond Master George Robertson Master Gilbert Robertson Miss Eliza H Rowden Master J S Smith Mr A Y Webb Mr F T Wilson Mr F Wrigley Miss Mary
STEERAGE Berd Mr Robert Bridle Mr George Brown Miss Mary Burnell Mr W Burnell Mrs Jan Burnell Miss Mary Chapman Mr J H Chapman Miss Clara Chapman Master Chapman Misses (2) Colechin Mr C E Craven Mr M A Creive Mr Creive Mrs Creive Master Creive Miss East Mr Henry East Mrs Eliza East Miss Eva Emerson Mr Joseph Hill Mr J Jennings Mrs Jennings Master Keenan Mr Peter McKean Mr J D Minnett Mrs Minnett Miss Mole Mrs Marion J Mole Master D D Mole Master Stephen Moller Mr L Moller Mr Charles F Savage Mr G Stubbs Mr E Thompson Mr George Thompson Mrs Janet Varley Mr J E R Vivian Mr H Vivian Mrs Gertrude Vivian Misses (2) Wakerman Mr W Whittle Mr Alex T Withers Miss Eliza Woolgar Mr C 118 Total Passengers 27 Saloon Passengers 45 Second Saloon 46 Steerage Passengers
Timaru Herald Monday 1st June 1891
Source: The Star Thursday March 19 1891 pg3
The New Zealand Shipping Company's direct liner Aorangi took the following mail for London to-day:- Letters 2911, books 151, newspapers 415, contained in six bags. She is not the mail steamer under contract this voyage, hence the small mail.
The Star Monday 21 March 1891 pg2
Cleared - March 20 - Wellington, ship, 1247 tons, Cowan, for London, Dalgety and Co., agents.
Passengers: Cooke Mr George Oatway Miss Amy Oatway Mrs Oatway Mr Edwin Oatway Master Herbert
The Star Monday 23rd March 1891
March 22 - Coptic, R.M.S.S., 4448 tons, C.H. Kempson, R.N.R., from London via Teneriffe, Capetown, Hobart and Wellington. Passengers:
Miss, Mrs and Mr Thompson. From Wellington - Colonel Pearee.
The Star Monday 26 March 1891
Wellington, March 25
The R.M.S Rimutaka, arrived at seven o'clock this evening. She left Plymouth on Feb. 9 with 1920 tons of cargo and 48 saloon, 21 second and 44 steerage passengers, and one of the heaviest mails ever brought by the direct steamers, 252 bags and 21 boxes parcel post. She landed 17 passengers and 280 tons of cargo at Hobart. C.H. Lovett, able seaman and W. Fenelow, second cook, died on the voyage.
Passengers for Christchurch - Elsdale Mrs and son Greenstreet Miss Lewis Rev. and Mrs Smith Miss second saloon Brown Mrs Fyffe Miss Haslam Professor Osbourne Mr and six steerage
Evening Post October 10th
Mamari left London 21st Aug. via Dunedin
Doric left Plymouth 5th Sept.
Duke of Buckingham left London 6th Sept. via Auckland
Maori left London 19th Sept. via Auckland
Arawa left Plymouth 3rd Oct.
Rangitikei left London 24th Aug.
Cordillera left Liverpool 27th May
Euterpe left London 15th July
Lutterworth left Liverpool 29th July
Castor left Portland 5th August