June 1 1936 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on June 1st 1936. On the North Pacific the ship reported experiencing a stormy passage. A large list of passengers was carried for disembarking at Victoria and Vancouver.

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Vancouver on June 1st 1936.

Colonel H. R. Andreas

United States Army Officer, Manila.

C. Bindman

Sales Manager, Johnson Asbestos Company, Thetford Mines, returning from a business visit to the Orient.

N J. Carson

Manager of the Australian Mercantile Land & Finance Company, Melbourne Australia proceeding to England.

Mrs. E. M. Clarke

Vancouver tour conductor and owner of the Pagoda Shop, returning home from a world tour.

E. J. Davies

Assistant manger of the Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation, travelling to England.

Colonel E. A. H. James

Retiring British Military Attache at the Peiping Embassy returning to England.

Dr. C. C. McCullough

Official of the Rotary International returning from attending Rotary conferences in China and Japan.

J. New

Dunlop Rubber Company, Kobe.

Hon. Sir Arthur Page

Chief Justice of Burma proceeding to England.

F. M. Rutter

Assistant Manager, Western Lines, C.P.R., completing a round trip to Manila.


Editor of the ATLANTIC MONTHLY returning to Boston after an extended tour of Japan.

A. F. Thompson

Textile representative returning to England.

Y. Utne

Chief Surveyor of the Whangpoo Conservatory Board travelling to England.

W. J. Ward

Manager of Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Company, Shanghai, travelling to England

J. Watson

Shanghai Municipal Police Force.

S. Winram

Standard Vacuum Oil Company, Canton, travelling to England


Note of Interest:

Sir Arthur Page, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Burma, Lady Page (right) and their daughter, Lona Page arriving from the Orient.

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