October 22 1934 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on October 22nd, 1934. The ship experienced boisterous weather in the Orient with typhoons being encountered in the Sea of Japan and at Hong Kong and Manila.  A fair passenger list and a considerable cargo were reported.  Silk, silver and general cargo was discharged at Victoria.  

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Vancouver on October 22nd, 1934.


H. F. Payne

New York, Vice-President of the American Bank Note Company, returning home after a visit to the Orient.

C. Clark

Official of Theo. Rawling & Company, Shanghai, en route to England.

W. E. Costain

Of K. M. A. Company, Chingwangtao, en route to England.

W. H. South

Of the British American Tobacco Company, Shanghai, en route to New York.

G. W. Burnet 

Of HM Dockyard, Hong Kong, proceeding to Bermuda.

J. T. Asquith

Representative of A.B.M.T.M. Engineering Works, returning from a visit to China and Japan.

J. Korlvinke

Phillips Radio Company representative proceeding to Holland.

John Goss

Prominent singer who will tour Canada in concert.

John Makover

Of Makover, McBeath & Company, London, returning to London after a business trip to Australasia and the Orient.

N. Perlmann

Of the Bernhard Ulmann Company, New York, returning from a business trip to the Orient.

P. L. Jones

Gold miner from Sumatra proceeding to London.

Lady Mabel Egerton

Involved in missionary work and returning from a tour of foreign missions in the far East.

Lady Dreyer


Rev. F. Kettlewell

Secretary and treasure of the S.P.O. Mission, Kobe, en route to England.

Mrs. W. Copeland Finley

Of Montreal, returning home from a visit to the Orient.

L. N. Finley

Of Montreal, returning home from a visit to the Orient.

Mrs. A. Fraser Gosse

Of Vancouver, returning home following a world tour.

P. Manion

Commercial Attache to the Canadian Legation at Tokyo, en route to Paris.


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