November 6 1933 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on November 6th, 1933. The voyage was described as uneventful.  A small passenger list and a fair cargo were reported.  Silk, silver and general cargo was discharged at Victoria.  About 100 tons of cargo was discharged at Victoria, including 70 tons for transshipment East by the Grace Line.  The Grace Line would also transport to New York 285 bales of raw silk that was discharged at Victoria.  

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Vancouver on November 6th, 1933.

S. C. Anschell 

Seattle importer and exporter returning from a Far East business trip.

N. B. Forrest

Of Yokohama, Rising Sun Petroleum Company, en route to New York.

A. W. Gibson

Representative of the Socony Vacuum Company at Singapore, proceeding to New York.

S. Iguchi

Newly appointed Japanese Consul at New York.

J. Ireland

Of London, Mond Nickel Company en route to England after a business tour.

J. Lomas

Of Otaru, Japan and Eastern Trading Company, agents for Canadian pacific Railway.

Rt. Rev. H. M. Mowll

Bishop of Chengtu, with the Church Missionary Society, appointed Archbishop of Sydney.

J. A. Walter

Of Shanghai, proceeding to France.

K. Okaki

Nagoya buyer for Kresge & Company on a business trip to Canada and the United States.

Mrs. K. C. Hogen

Of Manila, en route to Toronto.

Mr. and Mrs. Chalhoub

Of Paris, on a world tour.


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