January 23 1922 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by L. D. Douglas, concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on January 23rd, 1922.  An uneventful voyage was reported.  The EMPRESS OF ASIA crossed the Pacific Ocean from Yokohama quickly, requiring only 9 days and 6 hours to complete the passage.

The Passenger list comprised 32 First Class, 60 Second Class, 27 Third Class and 192 Steerage.

At Victoria only a few passengers disembarked and little mail was discharged allowing the ship to leave for Vancouver an hour after arriving.

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Victoria and Vancouver on January 23rd, 1922.


Brigadier-General C. G. Troat

With the US Army in the Philippines en route to America.

J. D. Abel Of Kobe, Canadian pacific Steamships agent

Canadian Pacific Steamships agent at Kobe.

Captain F. Baylis

Of Vancouver, returning from a business trip to Japan.

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