October 17 1938 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by George Goold, concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on October 17th, 1938.  On the voyage the ship experienced strong southerly winds and some fog off the coast of Vancouver Island, delaying the arrival at Victoria by several hours.

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Vancouver on October 17th, 1938.

Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Faulkner

En route from Kuala Lampar to Bermuda.

W. S. Hurst

Associated with the Neon Division, Philippine Advertising Corporation, Manila.

Mrs. T. R. H. Churton

Associated with the Asiatic Petroleum Company, Shanghai.

J. Hayes

Of Shanghai.

W. F. McCandish

Associated with the Dupont de Nemours Company, Oakland.

W. J. Wilson

Associated with the Dollar Steamship Line at Hong Kong, en route to San Francisco.

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Cliff

Associated with the China Inland Mission, Shanghai.

Dr. W. A. Stokhuyzen

President of the Importersí Association, Batavia.

R. W. Squires

Associated with the China Import and Export Lumber Company, Shanghai.

Reverend D. K. Faris

Associated with the United Church of Canada.

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. V. Branch

Associated with the Sun Life Insurance Company of Canada, Montreal.

George Paley

Associated with the Onishi Company, Tokyo.

F. C. Papsworth

Associated with Andrews, George & Company, Tokyo en route to New York.

Major and Mrs. A. J. Pelling

Associated with Imperial Chemical Corporation, Kenya, en route to England.

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Moore

Of Manila.

M. Axelrod

Associated with Pacific Commercial Cable Company, Manila.

D. V. Anderson

American Vice-Consul at Bombay en route to the United States.

G. Pelling

Travelling from Kenya to England.

 

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