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ARAWA

 

The ARAWA departed London on 31 August, 1893 and arrived in Wellington, via Plymouth, Teneriffe, Capetown and Hobart. Captain John Stuart was in command.

 

Transcribed from the Auckland Star, Monday, 16 October, 1893.

 

THE ARAWA'S PASSENGERS.

The following is the passenger list of the Shaw Savill direct steamer Arawa, from London via ports, and which left Hobart on Friday for Wellington:—

First saloon:

Mr R. Boucher,

Hon. R. Carington,

Mrs Carrington,

Mr G. Coleman,

Sir George Clifford,

Lady Clifford,

Master Clifford,

Miss Clifford and nurse,

Mrs Coleman,

Mr M. O. Gibson,

Mrs H. Gibson,

Mr W. J. Grose,

Rev. B. T. Hallowes,

Mrs Hallowes,

Miss Hamilton,

Miss Knevitt,

Mr E. A. Lechmere,

Mrs Lechmere,

Master Lechmere,

Mr C. L. Laurence,

Mr G. Mackilligan,

Miss R. O'Loughlin,

Mr J. Patton,

Mrs Patton,

Sir Richard Rennie,

Miss E. Rollason,

Hon. M. Sandys,

Rev. W. H. Seddon,

Mrs Seddon,

Mr R. T. St. Clair,

Mr A. Bonville Were,

Mr Henry Zander,

Mrs Zander,

 

Second Saloon:

Mrs E. Bettle,

Miss T. Barnsby,

Miss P. Barnsby,

Mr James Bond,

Mrs Bond,

Miss Bond,

Mr Hugh Brown,

Miss Brown,

Miss L. Wyatt Brown,

Dr. James Buick,

Mrs J. Carter,

Mr G. H. Clarke,

Dr. Cromwell,

Mr G. Eynow,

Miss Harris,

Master Harris,

Mr C. Hutton,

Miss Hutton,

Mr A. B. Jenkinson,

Mr E. C. Jenkinson,

Mrs L. Jenkinson,

Miss K. Jenkinson,

Miss G. Jenkinson,

Miss B. Jennings,

Mr W. H. Kelsey,

Mr H. E. Lewin,

Miss Eva Long,

Mr Sydney Medcalf,

Mr John McDonald,

Miss McDonald,

Miss C. McFarlane,

Mrs Nimms,

Miss Nimms,

Mr Basil Outram,

Mr Hans Pauli,

Mr J. W. Pitts,

Mr G. H. Rimer,

Mrs Rimer,

Miss Sarah Scott,

Mr H. W. Scott,

Miss E. Scott,

Mrs Agnes Shaw,

Mrs Scully,

Miss Scully,

Mr W. E. Smith,

Mr J. H. Spier,

Miss Spotswood,

Mr E. F. Spray,

Mr W. Stephenson,

Miss H. Suther­land,

Mr E. C. Towner,

Mrs Volkman,

Mr H. Walker,

Mr Watson,

Miss Watson,

Miss C. E. Welchman,

Miss C. A. Welchman,

Master C. Welchman,

Master H. Welchman,

and 85 third-class passengers.

 

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