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KUMARA

 

 

 

The KUMARA departed London on 6 August, 1900 and arrived in Wellington on 1 October, 1900, via Plymouth, Capetown, Hobart and Auckland, with Captain W Scotland in command.

 

 

 

Transcribed from the Evening Post, Thursday, 30 August, 1900, Page 4.

 

 

 

KUMARA FROM LONDON. The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company's steamer Kumara, which left London for Wellington via the usual way ports on 6th August, has the follow­ing passengers:—

 

Misses

 

Goodwin

Gough

Isles

Jepson

Johnson (3)

Lawrie

McKee

Mackenzie (2)

McRae (3)

Parker

Shields

Thomas (3)

Wilson

 

Mesdames

 

Antipitsky

Chisholm

Goodwin

Craig

Gough

Harrison

Iles

Johnson

Mackling

King

Mackenzie

McLelland

McRae

Mitcham

Palmer

Parsons

Rintoul

Rothwell

Swinard

Smith

Thomas and nurse

Dr Thomas

 

Messrs

 

Allen

Barnett

Beck

Benyon

Binnie

Broadbent

Briggs

Buswell

Cambourn

Chisholm

Clark

Cook

Delaforce

Dixon

Edmonds

Ferguson

Forsyth

French

Gill

Goodwin

Gough

Greet

Grover

Hill

Holroyd

Hope

Hughes

Hurford

Humphries

Isles

Johnson

Jones (3)

King

Lawson

Lewin

Lynch

McCann

McConnell

McRae

Mackenzie

Macintosh

McTavish

Muldowney

Marshall

Matthews

Michael

Miller

Mitchell

Moison

Negus

Oliver

Palmer

Parker

Rintoul

Riley

Rothwell

Roy

Seachfield

Seddon

Shields

Sinclair

Skinage

Smith

Telford

Antipitsky

Townsend

Williams

Wilkinson

Worsley (2)

 

Masters

 

Antipitsky

Goodwin (3)

Gough

McRae

Johnson

Mackenzie

Matthews

Michael

Moison

 

She has also 69 passengers for the Cape and eight for Australia. The Kumara is expected to arrive here towards the end of September.

 

 

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