May 4 1935 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on May 4th, 1935.

The ship carried a group of Chinese from British Columbia who were being repatriated to China.

Cargo included 3,000 cases of fruit received from the DRECHTDYK.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on May 4th, 1935 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Mrs. William Proctor

Of Proctor & Gamble travelling on a tour of the Far East.

Mrs. Mary Johnson

Travelling on a tour of the Far East.

Captain C. F. Loewen

En route to India to rejoin his regiment.

E. Mountjoy Pearse

En route to Shanghai.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Zimmerman


Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Weston


Dr. James R. Ware


L. B. Stiles


K. Sleight


Charles W. Skeet


A. L. Shaw


Mr. and Mrs. R. Roelz


Reverend Joseph Peacock


J. Myers


Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Meyers


K. E. Miller


C. J. Meager


G. W. Markle


Malcolm McMeekan


Keith McLeod


D. Lickfold


A. C. Lamb


M. E. Lautman


Barbara King


A. F. Kenderdine


Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison


C. G. Gery


Margaret Cummins


J. V. Covington


Si Yuan Chao


Mrs. Harold Cathers


V. A. Verger-Vachon


David Bath


Mrs. Ethel Barnes


Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson


A. K. Aurel


Samuel E. Awad


G. B. Rea



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