Monday, January 22, 2018

Passenger list Asiatic Nov 1880



ASIATIC arrived November 6 1880 Natal Witness November 11 1880
ARRIVED:
Nov 6
Asiatic, U R M S, of Southampton, WC Crutchley, 2089 tons, from Cape Town and intermediate ports. Cargo general.
Passengers from Southampton:
Mrs A Davis and maid
Mrs and Miss Pacvis
Mr and Mrs Burden
Mr and Mrs Gresham
Mr and Mrs Rabbish
Miss Boocock
Messrs
Leyall
Stock
Warne
Dabb
McWilliam
H Shroder
P Shroder
Givers
Mr and Miss Atkinson, 4 Misses and 2 Masters Atkinson and native servant
Mr E Hope
Mrs Knight and 2 Misses and Master Knight
Miss Reeves
Miss Allen
2 Misses Mesves
Miss Capel
Mr and Mrs Mathews
Mr Clausen
Mr Finston
Mr, Mrs and Master Ker
Mr and Mrs McKenzie
Mr H Pepper
Mr Reed
Mr and Mrs Hewitt
Mr H Neimeyer
Mr, Mrs, Miss and 2 Masters Mare
Mr, Mrs, 2 Misses and Master Sutherland
Mr and Mrs Chrichton
Mr, 7 Misses and 2 Masters Williams
From Cape Town to East London:
Capt. Spondow
From Algoa Bay to East London:
Mr, Mrs, 2 Misses and 2 Master Browse
Messrs
Long
Lumsden
Kellan
11 Volunteers
Capt. Walker
From Algoa Bay to Natal:
Mrs Wells
Messrs
Scoones
Gurdts
Thomas
Kullett
Burley
Colgate
Brown and Hickson
- E. Baynton, agent.


Sunday, January 21, 2018

Passenger List Teuton to Natal Nov 1880




TEUTON sailed November 2 1880 Natal Mercury November 4 1880
Arrived:
Oct 31, Fides, 273 tons, Hyman, from London, Aug 11. Cargo, general.
- JT Rennie and Sons, agents.
Sailed:
Oct 30, St. Mark, U.S.S., of London, 1098 tons, Johnson, for Point de Galle. Cargo general.
- E Baynton, agent.
Oct 31, Crossowen, brig, of Glasgow, 835 tons, Weeks, for ---
- Parker, Wood and Co., agent.
Oct 31, Zulu, 3-masted schooner 280 tons, of London, Lincoln, for Madras Coast.
- Bullard, King and Jarvis, agents.
Nov 2, Teuton, U.R.M.S. of Southampton, 2313 tons, Manning for Cape ports. Cargo colonial produce.
PASSENGERS:
For East London:
Messrs
Forth
C Fondson
R Staple
Lambard
WR Ellis
For Port Elizabeth:
Messrs
Sparks
W Parking
Beyhin
For Cape Town:
Captain Graumann
Messrs
Tee
Harrowell
Arderne
C Knox
For England:
Mr and Mrs Harcombe
Messrs
J Brown
E Brunskill
HC Green
FW Moxon
- E Baynton, agent.
Nov 3, Adonis, S.S. tug, of Mozambizue, Roberts, for St. John's. Cargo Government stores.
- De Waal and Co., agents.
Nov 3, Lotus, brig. of Yarmouth, 200 tons, Little, for London. Cargo general.
- JT Rennie and Sons, agents.
Nov 3, Parana, barque, of Rostock, 399 tons, Rening, for Guam, in ballast.
- JT Rennie and Sons, agents.
Nov 3, Somteen, S.S. tug of London, 47 tons, Jewitt for Umzimkulu. Cargo general.
- TN Price, agent.
Nov 3, Wilhelm Neyer, brigantine of Stralsund, 282 tons, Miedbrod, for Zanzibar in ballast. 
- H and T McCubbin, agents.









Saturday, January 20, 2018

Souvenir Saturday: Natal Naval Volunteers



Natal Naval Volunteers
[Cory Library, Murray Collection,
754_1029]

Not individually identified. Is your ancestor among
 these brave men?





Thursday, January 18, 2018

Settler Chronology at a Glance



1795 -1803  First British Occupation of the Cape
1814  Cape formally ceded to Britain

Note that settlers from Britain included England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.

The list below does not include all settlers who arrived in South Africa.
Some emigrants arrived in smaller groups, which may not have been as well documented as the larger groups. Individual ancestors who emigrated without government aid are less easy to trace. Military Arrivals - some soldiers elected to remain in South Africa.


*An emigrant exits a country and becomes an immigrant on arrival at destination.  




DATE
 DETAILS
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
PROV-INCE
1817
 Private Scheme
 200 Artisans of various trades
 brought out by Benjamin Moodie
 Scotland
 Cape
1818
 Private Scheme
 Employees of Henry Nourse
 Ireland
 Cape
1820
 Government scheme
 Approx. 4,000 Settlers to Albany (Zuurveld)
 Known as the 1820 Settlers
 Britain
 Cape
1823
 Contract labourers
 brought out by John Ingram
 travelled in the 'Barossa'
 Ireland
 Cape
1830s
1840s
 Small parties brought out by
 agents such as JS Christopher
 Britain
 Cape
1844
Government sponsored immigration
Groups of Children
Single Irish women
 Britain
 Cape
1848
 Private scheme
 Arranged by Jonas Bergtheil
 Known as the Bergtheil Settlers
 Germany
 Natal
1849
Emigration Philanthropic Society of England
Sponsored 20 Women from the Workhouse
 Britain
 Cape
1849
William Garrod and Dr Charles Johnston brought out small party of emigrants on the 'John Gibson'
to Tongaat, North coast of Natal
 Britain
 Natal
1849-51
Natal Emigration and Colonization Company
Sponsored 2,200 Settlers
Known as the Byrne Settlers
 Britain
 Natal
1849-51
400 Wesleyan Methodists
brought out by WJ Iron's
Christian Emigration & Colonization Society to settle at Verulam
[Piggy-backed on Byrne's scheme]
 Britain
 Natal
1849-51
Immigrants from the
Duke of Buccleuch's estate in Hampshire  travelled on Byrne's ship the 'Lady Bruce'
[Piggy-backed on Byrne's scheme]
 Britain
 Natal
1850s
 Wesleyans brought out by
 John Lidgett,  Richard Hackett,
 Henry Boast ('Haidee'),
 George Murdoch, Richard Pelly
 Britain
 Natal
1851
 Association of Female Emigration
 Sponsored 46 Women
 Ireland
 Cape
1856
 80 immigrants brought out by
 Alexander McCorkindale
 Britain
 Natal
1856
 Settlers to Kaffraria
 Germany
 Cape
1857
 Association of Female Emigration
 Sponsored 157 Women
 travelled on the 'Lady Kennaway'
 Settlers to Kaffraria
 Ireland
 Cape
1858
 TC Colenbrander's
 Settlers to New Gelderland
 Netherlands
 Natal
1857-62
 Government subsidies offered
 1,342 Settlers in 5 years
 Britain
 Natal
1857-67
 Government aided immigration
 largest scheme
 12,000 Settlers (74 from Germany)
 Britain
 Germany
 Cape
1860
 First Indentured Indian immigrants
 brought as sugar plantation labour
 India
 Natal
1880
 40 families for agricultural settlement
 Selected by JE Methley
 Known as the Willowfountain Settlers
 Britain
 Natal
1882
 Assisted immigration
 initially offered to 50 families
 Known as the Marburg Settlers
 Norway
 Natal





Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Passenger list 1880 Kinfauns Castle to Natal


KINFAUNS CASTLE 1880

This steamer of Donald Currie's Line sailed from London for Natal on 26 October 1880, carrying 15 recruits for the Natal Mounted Police. All the men were single; their ages are given, as well as their previous occupations.

MANNING, Montague, 20, clerk
DAVIS, Oliver, 18, farmer's son
MILLER, William, 20, sailor
ROONEY, William, 24, clerk
PENGILLY (?), Fred WC, 19, farmer
GORDON, HAW, 26, farmer
WATTS, Isaac, 25, sheep farming
COUCH, Claude, 20, assistant
ALBERT, Harry, 20, clerk
DOLAND, Edward, 20, agent
SEARLE, Henry Arthur, 18, army
MILWARD, Henry Arthur, 23, clerk
CUMMINGS, Frank, 20, gas fitter
EATON, Wallace Bertram, 21, warehouseman
EATON, TA, 23, Cape Mounted Police
The list was signed by W Peace, Emigration Agent for Natal.





Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Gadsdon: George Stephen Leader's fish and chip shop





The Dardanelles Fish and Chip Shop, owned by George Stephen Leader (Gadsdon, before he changed his surname). George named the shop after the Dardanelles campaign* in which he took part during World War l.

Born in Islington, London, in 1882, George Stephen Gadsdon lied about his age to get into the Royal Warwickshire Regiment: he was 15 at the time but stated he was 18. This circumstance led to his being discharged from the Regiment a month after he enlisted. He then joined the 6th Dragoon Guards, saw action in the Anglo-Boer War in South Africa and later went to Australia where he changed his surname to Leader.

He survived several major battles of World War I including Ypres: his battalion (2nd Australian) lost 90% of their number at Gallipoli. George was wounded twice during his military career and also suffered the effects of mustard gas in France from which he never fully recovered. 

If anyone knows any more about George, descendants researching the family history would be pleased to hear from you. Make contact through Mole's Blog.


*In March 1915, during World War I (1914-18), British and French forces launched an ill-fated naval attack on Turkish forces in the Dardanelles in northwestern Turkey, hoping to take control of the strategically vital strait separating Europe from Asia. 

See also https://molegenealogy.blogspot.co.za/2011/08/gadsdon-by-any-other-name.html





Saturday, January 13, 2018

Souvenir Saturday: Australian visitors to Natal ca 1915



Australian soldiers and ricksha during World War I at Durban. The Bluff
 in the background



Friday, January 12, 2018

Passenger Lists to Natal: Umzumbi and Carisbrook Castle 1905


ARRIVAL OF THE UMZUMBI AND DEPARTURE OF THE CARISBROOK CASTLE Natal Witness February 18 1905

PASSENGERS ARRIVED:
The following are the passengers from England by the Natal Direct Liner, SS Umzumbi, which arrived on Thursday.
Mr and Mrs JM Allan Hay
Miss Dorothy Allan Hay
Master Edward Allan Hay
and maid
Mrs Landon
Mrs Pope
infant and maid
Miss Farley
Miss Hollins
Miss G Hollins
Miss Eaton
Mr AO Jones
Mr Clement Wallis
Mr SC Lambert
Mr GM Launder

PASSENGERS DEPARTING:
The following is the list of passengers who left Durban by the Carisbrook Castle on Thursday.
For East London:
Messrs
Harmer
DK Sloan
AE Forrest
Miss D Snook
Miss Barnes
Messrs CF Evans
AJ Crisp
Mrs W Hay
Miss Hay
Mr and Mrs F Seeker
Messrs
PJ Cromhout
PG Braithwaite
W Taylor
GP Coote
WH Baker
Beaumann
Miss Forbes
Messrs
GB Russell
G Ellis
FD Chiole
Mrs J Chiole and child
Mr B Levanos
For Algoa Bay:
Miss S Morris
Mr WS Sholl
M. de Gruyter
Messrs
G Hall
FM Osmond
C Wallis
E Pickard
H Landers
M Fish
For Cape Town:
Mr AE Godbold
Mrs Powell
Mmes
M Irvine
L Dawson
Capt PC Bam
Messrs
PJ de Wet
B Levin
Mr and Mrs CR Evans
Messrs
JP Beldon
JG Wilson
EA Greemen
HJ Shaw
J Cooke
JC Peats
J Paterson
Mr and Mrs Leonard and child
Mr and Mrs Miller and 4 children
Messrs
K Pringle
JG Midgley
WF Johnstone
H Boyd
Miss E Doidge
Mrs AG Bell and 2 children
Messrs
AF Brokensha
HC Smith
M Amodes
O Lan....
J de Leur
J Steele
J Scott
Miss G Scott
Messrs
S Lion
J Denham
LJ Hall
Dr Irvenson
Messrs
CG Rose
S Benjamin
JT Keene
Mr and Mrs P Hamilton
Messrs
FP Carne
GE Wand
J Marens
J Wittles
Mrs J Wittles and 2 children
Mr JC Smith
For Southampton:
Messrs
J Hunter
NP Dalziel
W Bourn
WW Parish
J Cadzow
JB Cranston
Dr and Mrs Prentice and child
Messrs
GT and BB Dimmock
H Casson
H Williams




Thursday, January 11, 2018

Passengers to Natal per Grantully Castle, African etc. 1880/1889


GRANTULLY CASTLE arrived Cape Town June 17 1880 Natal Witness June 10 1880
Passengers for Natal per Grantully Castle:
Sir George and Lady Colley and three servants
Col. Winsloe and valet
Capt. Rogers
Messrs:
English
Mayers
Dougherty
Whitford
Giblin
Ellis
Poole
Vonroyen
Tweedel
Perkins
Colquhon
Lucas
Morris
Granger
Capt. Burns
Messrs:
Fewtrell
Gibbs
Reed
Stepney
Mr, Mrs and Miss Allen
Capt. and Mrs Montague
Mr, Mrs, Master Shepstone, and Maid
Miss Henderson and Maid
Mrs and Master Kirkman
Miss Clarke
Miss Aldridge
Mrs Simpson
Mr and Mrs Albers
Mrs and Miss Turpin
Mr, Mrs, Miss and Master Evans
GRANTULLY CASTLE arrival and departure, AFRICAN etc. Natal Witness October 16 1889
Shipping Intelligence
Arrived
Oct 11, Grantully Castle,, C.S.S. of London 1434 tons, Young, from England (Sept. 13) and Cape ports. Cargo, general.
Passengers for Natal:
From London:
Messrs: Thomas
W and A Ross
Fielding
Fowler
Lindup
Galton
Tremlibb
Lee
Barber
Adamson
Stirling
Burtt
Rose
Beatson
Taylor
Rashdall
Capt Morrish
Mr and Mrs Mason
Mr Kerwin
Miss Obree
Major Warton
Mr and Mrs Badock and child
Messrs:
Jones
Dickinson
Leech
Trawin
King
Cook
Evealig
Steele
Daly
Mr and Mrs Slaughter and three children
Mrs and Misses (2) Davey
Messrs:
Linklater
Stevenson
Morritt
Inglis
Nicolson
Stevens
L and J Davey
Watson
Elvey
Arnold
Hopkins
From Cape Town:
Mr, Mrs and Miss De Waal
Messrs:
Hampton
Barriman
Patterson
Behr
Richards
Kinimouth
Grieves
From Algoa Bay:
Cunningham
Maller
Sutcliffe
Parker
Baldon
Edwards
Mrs Rutherford, child and nurse
Mr and Mrs Edwards and child
Messrs:
Fuller
Corry
Hunter
two Indians
one native
From East London:
Mr Hunter
Mrs Schuller
Messrs Witney
Groves
-W.F. Allan, agent.
Oct 13 Crown of Arragon, from China, via Mauritius. Cargo, tea (in quarantine).
-W. Dunn and Co., agents.
Oct 14, African, U.S.S., of Southampton 1373 tons, Smyth, from Cape ports, with mails and passengers ex Mexican from England (Sept 10). Cargo general.
Passengers:
From England:
Messrs:
Verona
Jonsson
Ayres
Spiers
Loebel
Williams
Payne F.R.G.S.
Miss Grice
Miss Carpenter
Mrs Master and Miss Kehrmann
Messrs:
Saunderson
Thompson
Hill
Miss Carpenter's maid
Messrs:
Seret
Godfrey
Gandie
Schellin
Thompson
McMurray
Mitchell
Findlay
Berchmann
Godema
Haager
Blundell
Roland
Clinton
Mee
Stevenson
Chester
Misses Lello
Daubner
Foriter
Stella
Trings
Haager
Mr and Mrs Pascoe                                             
From Cape Town:
Messrs:
Gutredge
Wilkinson
JH Clinton
From Mossel Bay:
Mr Sheard
Miss Van Krekerk
Miss Rienecke
From Algoa Bay:
Messrs:
Distix
Philip
Lewis
Burnett
From East London:
Messrs:
Parslow
Maris
one native
-H.J. Watts, agent
Oct 14 Norseman, from Soderhamn (June 17)
- W. Dunn and Co., agents.
Oct 14 Henrickfrom Hamburg (June 23).
Oct 14 Pasteur, of Arendal, 420 tons, Lyderass from Sundsvall (July 3)
- Parker, Wood and Co., agents.
SAILED
Oct 12 Dunrobin Castle, C.S.S. of London 2311 tons, Pierce for Madagascar and Mauritus. Cargo general.
Passengers:
For Mauritius:
Messrs:
James Lee
AL Wan
C Ackey
four Indians
Ismail Moosa
Ismail
Cassim
-W.F. Allan, agent.
Oct 12, Beatrice, S.S. of London, Grate, for Mauritius, in ballast - African Boating Company, agents.
Oct 13, Grantully Castle, C.S.S. of London 3134 tons, Young, for Cape ports and England. Cargo, general.
Passengers:
For East London:
Mr WTH Frost
For Algoa Bay:
Mr and Mrs Dell
Rev. Bryant and child
Miss Wiggett
Mr A Moore
Messrs:
Marks
Streuben
Farrar
Mesenthal
Holden
Archer
Joseph Isaacs
W Brown
James Biggin
For Cape Town:
Mr JR Patterson
Mr and Mrs JP de Villiers
Miss A Van Niekerk
Mr and Mrs Balzey
Mr JP Cato
For London:
Dr and Mrs Lynn
Mr Thomas Howell
-W.F. Allan, agent.



Wednesday, January 10, 2018

PASSENGER LISTS FROM THE NATAL WITNESS 1899


February 22 Arrival
Tintagel Castle C S S London. Harris. Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Messrs WA Quince, HW Sinclair, GH Taylor, Miss Crispe, Mr Roberts, Mrs Winter, Messrs W Laxon, A Norton, C Andrews, Messrs H Dunean, W Howard, W Fraser, S Feder, Messrs ET Bow, Beevers, Slade, PJ Franchi, A Wilkinson, JH Williams, F Buston, Ismail, Mr and Mrs Rothschild and son, Messrs Robert A Scott, A Wood, Rev D Guthrie, WH Bayley, Mrs James Ramsay
February 23 Arrival
Briton USS Southampton, Griffin from England and Cape Ports
Passengers

The Hon GH Gordon, Mr and Mrs GH St Hill, Mr F Maryon-Wilson, Miss Smith, Mrs C Holliday, Miss G Ball, Mr HS Roach, Mrs Henochsberg and 3 children, Messrs F Watts, P Goodrich, Mr and Mrs Dunsmuir, Mr RH Salmon, Miss G Burt, Mr and Mrs H B Albricht, Mrs St Hill's maid, Mr JM Philpot, Miss Robinson, Miss Albrichcht, Miss A Bishop, Miss Ince, Messrs Clamp, TC Bruce, HC Baydon, AB Jones, A Harris, Tinker, Caytoun, M Weldon, Miss F Hardy, Messrs E Fyfe, A Eveleigh, S Koplon, Mr and Mrs J Fellows and 4 children, Messrs G Henderson, E Olupsen, J Olsen, M Roxburgh, J S Lloyd, G Tonneti, G Fanceghette, Messrs CA Morris, R Irvine, J Marks, J Henochsberg, Webster, FM Watson, Dickson, V Norton, Stern, Morrison, JL Litlan, SB Rosenthal, Watson, Broughton, H Henoch, S Berg, HE Pooley, Mr and Mrs McKay, Mr and Mrs Mitchell, Dr W Murphy, Mr and Mrs Ornstein, D'Abetheim, Dr Stevenson, Mr and Mrs AE Robinson, Mrs Flint, Miss E Appleton, Mr and Mrs C Stewart, Messrs J Hodfield, L Roberts, Askham, AB Farley, AH Warren, W Gritton, Leatham, R Powrie, Person, A Coleman, Master Flint, Mr and Mrs McGaffin and 3 children, Messrs WC Nicholls, HF Menitig, C Lemon, Head, Best, W Biden, C Jackson, W Oates, F Lambert, A Lemmon, G Phillips and child, Mr Price, Mr and Mrs B Hampsen, Messrs J Chalker, JK Chalker, Parker, Mr and Mrs Holmes, Miss Barclay, Messrs Treadway and Stone
February 24 Arrival
Greek S S Southampton, Chope, Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Capt G Hearn, Mrs Loxton, Mess E Brown, Mr N Barcroft, Mr A Wilson, Mr T Stead, Mrs Stead, Miss H Mortimer, Miss Strickland, Messrs Hunt, Strickland, Cooper, Sutar, Lithgow, Brickhill, Miss Brickhill, Mr Walker, Masters HC and BW Fisher, Mr Barton, Col Matthews, Mr Thompson, Mr Philman
February 27 Departure
Lismore Castle S S London, Le Seuer, Delagoa Bay and Beira
Passengers

Messrs JF Donaldson, H Rowe, J Douglas, Martin, J Fergusson, Rev Nichols, Mr and Mrs Whittle, Mrs Headon, Miss J Chalmers, Mrs E Waterman, Mrs AW Saunders, Mrs Stowe and 5 children, Miss M Dixon, Master WE Green, Messrs AL Turte, A Goode, T Saunders, S Bijlsma, T Midgely, J Midgley, Messr HF Davies, JJ Laird, W Munnik, G H Harvy, Mrs Grant, Lieut JR Paul, Mr, Mrs and Miss Jackson, Miss Wright, Mr and Mrs McDonald, Mr and Mrs Henderson, Messrs JVD Byle, AF De Villiers, Dr Waylan, Mr Don, Mr Mrs and Misses (2) Leveson, Scarth, Miss G Gregory, Mrs McRae, Mr G Williams, Mr and Mrs Pugh, Messrs B Miles, B Rogookee, Mr Channing and infant, Mr CE Proudfoot, Miss E Lotter, Messrs WAC Bester, Ramsay, Mr WC Eccles, Mrs Parrisson and 2 children, Messrs J Edwards, J Duggan, Messrs Jos. Tuchten, WJ Small, Mrs Provost, Mr Stewart, Mrs Brereton and infant, Mr Mrs and Miss Provost (junior)
March 1 Departure
Greek S S Southampton, Chope, Delagoa Bay
Passengers

Mr Smythe, Mrs Gowthorpe and son, Messrs J McKenzie and Nanikran, Choithram
March 1 Departure
Briton U S S Southampton, Griffin, Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Dr Weir, Messrs O Fraundorfer, Geo Scott, CG Smith, WF Branns, HW Branns, A Russell, Mrs Reed, Mr H Hollis, Mr and Mrs H Miller, Mr and Mrs Stanfield, Messrs H Chichester, Le Strange, Austin, Rowles, Hamilton, L Condell, Miss B Repley, Miss L Shepherd, Miss Cunningham, Miss Feraro, Messrs Sinclair, P Pellicei, C Andrews, Fehr, W Williams, Stewart, Messrs Head, H Hayes, Mr and Mrs Holmes, Messrs Biggs, E Hildon, LF Young, J Cawson, Dr Ward, Messrs CH Worthington, A B Bernhart, Messrs Stern, Morrison, Sir H Binns, KCMG. MLA, and Lady Binns, Messrs A P Naude, PH De Villiers, Miss N Heys, Messrs C Geffert, L Roberts, Leonard Musgrave, L Baxter, C W Baxter, WE Taybe, HS Latta, A Horner, AT Fullard, C Celliers, Mr and Mrs G Bond, Messrs W Gibbs, C Price, M Graynor, F Emloey, CA Morris, C Ovendale, CA Wilson, Burgensen, Private Lyons, Mr and Mrs JB Blackhurst, Mr C Exham, Capt Walsh, Mr and Mrs J Freeman, Miss Freman, Messrs JF Webb, OA Parslow, WC Tubley, H Ellis, Mrs Wilkins, Miss B Irwin, Mr and Mrs A M Down, Messrs JP Richardson, Ryan, John Durry, S Congdon, G Edwards, Mrs D Gohring, Messrs J S Parker, MA Dow, E Ambjar, Lieut EH Byford, Mr R Mathieson, Mrs Mathieson, Miss S Mathieson
March 2 Arrival
Dunnotar Castle C c C London, Harrison from England and Cape Ports
Passengers

Mr J Gardiner, Miss Archibald, Major HM Prior, Mr H Rome, Mr GD Wheeler, Miss Dowse, Miss Bond, Miss Noble, Miss JA Douglas, Mr WG Hiscock, Mr Page, Mrs Paterson, McGandy, Mrs Hawkswood and 4 children, Mr and Mrs Hoskin, Misses (2) Hoskin, Mr H Kittman, Mr W Pattinson, Mr J Greene, Mr AC Romver, Mr Davis, Mr Symington, Dr A E Seale, Mrs Webb and child, Misses (2) Hudson, Mr C Rogers, Mr JM Lupus, Mr P Sinclair, Mr and Mrs Webb and child, Mr JL Zadir, Mr E Hudson, Messrs A and H Harris, J Harris, Rumbey, J Warson, Mr A Tol, Mr GA Christie, Mr F Gibaud, Mr CW Harrison, Mr GR Milne, Mr Lewis, Atkinson, Mr H Duncan, Mr C Morgan, Mr J P O'Connor, Mr H Friend, Mrs Lewis and 3 children, Mr L Miller, Mr WB Inglis, Mr WH Pritchard, Mr C Bradford, Mr R Lord, Mr Mann, Mr Verney, Mrs Martin, Mr D Mason, Mr H Marshall, Mr F Philpot, Mr C Reynolds, Mr A Mudie, Mr R Stewart, Mr Brymmer, Mr P Rankin, Mr A Reimers, Mr AB Bernhait, Mr BE and Master Hancock, Mr W MACkrath, Mr PB Waters, Mr JC McColl, Mr Nelson, Mr L Jorgenson, Mr M Thomson, Mr C Wilson
March 4 Arrival
Greek, U S S Southampton, Chope, Delagoa Bay
Passengers

Miss Pearson, Mr W Brown, Mr Lehr, Mrs Tristain, Mr Bradley, Mrs Du Bono, De Burgh, Mr E Allen, Mrs Gowthorpe and son, Mr Matheson, Mr and Mrs Brickhill
March 4 Departure
Dunnottar Castle C S S London, Harrison, England, Cape Ports
Passengers

Messrs W Caldwell, DK Sloan, AP Robinson, WE Sanders, A Werfer, Miss Sallitt, Mr and Mrs L Cooper and 2 children, Messrs Rici, G Grosso, JH Engbring, Mr and Mrs Caldwell, Davis and infant, Messrs A Foure, MF McTaggart, JH Shillito, T Charles Welsh, Miss MH Fashri, Master C Veysie, Mr and Mrs Phillips and child, Mr and Mrs Dalgleish and 3 children, Messrs Atten, Piggott, C Jonkil, Mr and Mrs Levenson, Searth, Misses (2) Searth, Col. JT Supple, Mr and Mrs E Arnold, Mr and Mrs AE Page, Mnurse Bruce, Mr and Mrs Kleinberg, Mrs McKay and 2 sons, Mrs and Miss Simmons, Mrs Laxton, Mr and Mrs HC Webb and child, Messrs J Greene, M Buchanan, GA Stratton, G Marais, JL Pemberton, Leidz, Chittle, Mrs and Miss Blackhurst, Mrs EW Watkins and infant, Miss Agnes Belmore, Master E Williams, Mr and Mrs HW Hall and 5 daughters, Mr and Mrs B Horne and 2 children, Messrs Rowe, W J Rieves, Hudson, Col Hudson, Anderson, EJ Williams, Geo Hoggard, J Patten, TS Dovey, H Freeman, H Knight
March 24 Departure
Pembroke Castle C S S London, Marshall, Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Messrs H Bolitho, Collier, Andrews, Brunton, AS Kidd, WH Norris, Rev Young, Mrs JR Young, Messrs Witherspoon, Wood, Parker, Giles, Cullam, Froome, Schock, JS Walker, HG Thomas, AD Wyland, Thos Hall, Mrs Shaw, Messrs B Hamer, Wm. Adamson, Lieut O C Duport, Mr Schumann, Mr and Mrs Dagleish, Mr and Mrs T Drew, Mr AH Chamberlain, Mr and Mrs O'Connor, Mr H Viret, Messrs W Frost, H Webster, TRE Bolitho, Mrs JB Bolitho, Dr and Miss Lee Dickinson, Mr and Mrs JP Hill, Miss M Mackison, Miss Reynolds, James Don, Mrs WL Brown and 2 children, Mr Burke and 2 daughters, Rev Mr and Mrs J Pendleburry, Misses Maggie and Nellie Pendleburry, Mr and Mrs MH Coates, J Benfield, Mr and Mrs Pinkerton, T Benfield
March 28 Arrival
Norman U S S Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Mrs VL Shuldham, Messrs JS Tee, T Baillie, G Holl, CW Hannah, Neilson, E J Gibbins, W Robinson, Rassner, Miss N Hickman, Miss Brierley, Mrs Rule, Messrs FA Willis, R Gleeson, A Angus, S Cato, SD Cockerell, HS Roach, PL Uys, AH Conder, Lynch, Blackmore, F Wilkinson, Messrs TH Clark, AJ Good, AJ Stevens, GL Hare, CJ Everand, AE Gibbs, J Wrensch, L Nathan, S Hill, W Johnson, C Gronberg, Mrs Everard, Mrs JC Walton, Mrs G Moore and 2 children, Mr and Mrs R Cole, Mr and Mrs Collins and 8 children, Mrs Buttemer and 4 children, Miss Symons, Messrs SA Adams, HL Lister, G Dickenson, HW Osborn, W Ford, C Garizio, S Bianco, FW Hiscox, Geo Fuller
April 4 Departure
Norham Castle C S S London, Cape Ports and England. Captain Rendall
Passengers

Messrs J Blain, Lemon, Mrs Magors, Messrs Blackwood, Eley, Sidney, Wilde, Mrs Titterton and child, Mr and Mrs E Salzer, Mr HG Webster, Mr and Mrs JA Chisholme, Messrs CW Holmes, Miss Mandy, Messrs Thos. Sloane, John McDougal, Mr and Mrs Booysen, Messrs JR Sneldrick, Sockwater, Mrs and Master Sheerer, Mr Jas Watson, Miss E Watson, Messrs RW Johnstone, JH Loch, T Williams, John Hohnstone, H Humphreys, W Newson, Grabasskay, Donaldson, Jas. Bayle, Harrick, Miss MV Montgomery, Mrs Scott, Mrs Thirapsor, Miss Henderson, Messrs JW Stubbs, WA Henderson, G Savid, H Edgecombe, W Edgecombe, Longhurst, A Wolf, Mr and Mrs T Rayners, Messrs Robert Powrie, Duff, Sable, Mismail, Mr AJ Sherran, Mr and Mrs HJ Price, Mr Whittaker, Miss Ethel Price, Messrs JE Blenkiron, GH Newron, JA Newton, Captain Beddoes, Mr JE Wetton and 2 children, Messrs H Pollock, Appleby, W CG Koch, WH Watt, Harris, Miss Oldring, Miss A Saunders, Mr W Wilson, Miss K Walker, Messrs A Begg, Hans Olafsen, Master Pike, Miss Ethel Pike, Messrs JF Kemp, Thos. Parter, JF Bettall, TH Penn
April 11 Departure
Kaiser S S Hamburg. Stahl. East Coast Ports and Europe
Passengers

Mr and Mrs Schalz, Mr F Streicher, Consul walter, Mr F De La Gingue, Mrs Diepereen and child, Mr HH Tomlinson, Miss Fleurey, Mr and Mrs De Wit, Mr G Aylen, Mr C Muller, Mr Horn, Henkel, Mr Ignaz, Pitz, Mr Reunee, Mrs Buzzaratt and child, Mr CnLean, Mr P Hainsworth, Mr F H Guthrie, Mr N Tucker, Mr HH Thist, Professor and Mrs W Jones, Misses (2) Jones, Mr and Mrs Singelo and 2 children, Mr Singelo(senior), Mr Noorby, Mrs Osborne, Messrs YF and HC Harvey, Miss Von Fischer, Mr AC Kirby, Mr R Von Gatterer, Mr G Leers, Mr and Miss Adamson, Messrs Stranack, Dawson, E Carr, CH Puschen, E Kreitz, JC Stuart, E Carabolette, Mr Mrs and Miss and Master Harper, Mr Bouse, Capt Barbrand, Mr Chynoweth, Messrs Gauntner, WL Miles, W Shearer, PW Webb, Mr Mrs Miss Hallmann, Mr Wallmann (junior), Mr GS Forbes, Mr F Schmidt
April 14 Arrival
Roslin Castle C S S London, Rose, England and Cape Ports
Passengers

Messrs B MaGrath, Selby, Miss MacDonald, Messrs Margerison, Smail, Mrs Auld and 3 children, Mr TW Bewich, Nurse Fitch, Mr J Holden, Miss Hunter, Mr and Mrs Johnson and 2 children, Messrs Fraser, Wm. Jamie, D Looney, Miss MacNeilage, Mr R Matthew, Miss Roberts, Messrs Phillips, AJ Hay, J Young, J Henderson, F Chilvers, G Cordove, Messrs EL Williams, Parker, TJ Osborne, A D Russom, E Broodfield, Mrs Shearer and child, Mr J Watson, Miss E Watson, Messrs AT Gosling, Hancock, MA Foxton, R Honecombe, Miss Rydell, Mr Jas. Boyle, Miss Harrick, Messrs Lindon, AHR Mann, WB Thompson, JW Bell, JM Peacock, Holmes, RM Mitchell, W Milne, WH Smith, G Geddie, Beyer, Brown, J Bowler, Carnede
April 15 Arrival
Dunvegan Castle C S S London, Hay. England and Cape Ports
Passengers

Mr and Mrs Ingram and child, Mr and Mrs Ochme, Miss Sullivan, Mr and Mrs Watts, Mrs Duncan and 2 children, Messrs Burrell, Howlett, Johnston, McDougall, V Veen, Blight, Batson, Duncauson, Dives, Hoar (2), Howson, Kool, Lean, Leith, Strobel, Mr and Mrs Anderson, Miss Bartwell, Mr and Mrs Govey and child. Moss Gregory, Messrs Everard, Galsworth, Pidcock, Roberts, Taylor, Wilkinson, White, Bishop, Barrow, Rous, Salter, Crawford, Mrs Blake, Miss Blake, Messrs Dick, P Davis, Friedman, Leon, Mrs Harman, Mr and Mrs Mattingley, Miss Stephen, Miss Schrivener, Messrs Vincent, Mitford, Ireland, Johnson, Muller, Williams, Stanely, Donaldson, Dalgeish, Francis, Gumede Ivanorich, Mrs Dalgeish and 3 children, Mrs Gumede and 2 children, Miss Gumede, Mrs Mabele and child, Messrs Carbutt, Impey, Algie, Meade, Mrs Lord, Mr and Mrs Reid, Miss Wybrants, Miss Philcox, Miss V Merwe
April 15 Departure
Dunvegan Castle C S S Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Rev GH Stott, Rev W Holford, Rev Jax. Scott, Rev AA and Mrs Stile and son, Rev J McAlister, Messrs Geo Ralling, CJ Povall, JW Bell, JC Duckles, Fulton, Impey, Mr and Mrs A Bock, Nurse Daringer, Mr Jas Singleton, Mr Jas Lawrence MLA, Messrs Hartogs, Badnell, WH Ireland, E Mathieu, Mrs Worth, Mr and Mrs J Ziervogel, Messrs E Meyers, K De Kock, FE Clarke, Thos Beggar, CAG Potter, J Irwin, Wirth, Mrs Constantine, Mr and Mrs EW Farman, Miss N Wybrants, Miss Q Bowie, Mr and Mrs Jardine, Miss Mabel Jardine and Master Cecil Jardine, Mr JT Roy Whylie, Messrs Burrell, Howlett, AL Tottenham, Geo Mennil, F Roden, M Langleban, K Edmondson, FH Marlor, CC Hamilton, D Smith, A J Atfield, Mr and Mrs Ziervogel, Mrs Foster and child, Mrs Teasdale, Mr and Mrs W T Anderson and 3 children, Mrs Donovan, Mrs Dowsen and family, Mr and Mrs E Constantine and family, Mrs Smith, Mr and Mrs RJ Taylor and infant, Mrs Dyer and child, Mr and Mrs Gerland, Miss Brown, Mr and Mrs R Hay, Mr EM Harwood, Mrs CE Kirley and 2 daughters, Mrs J Charnock and daughter, Mr and Mrs H J Pool and child, Mrs Roscoe and child, Mr G A Webster, Mrs TE George and family, Mrs WH Janker and family, Mrs Allan, Messrs FW Scott, H Kirby, S Moseley, Cook, JT Wright, Mrs and Miss Pinder
April 19 Departure
Roslin Castle C S S London and Cape Ports & England
Passengers

Messrs Wm. Palmer, CF Lowen, Chas A Anderson, Williams, Harding, Moon, Mr and Mrs Henessy, Messrs ED Stevens, F Philpot, Messrs G MacKeurtan, G Green, Mr and Mrs Ikkink, Messrs RT McCann, CJ Allen, H Milford, HG Day, Messrs Walter Selby, James Gardiner, Nurse Archibald, Messrs Samuel West, Sutherland, Mrs LE Edwards, Messrs AH Graham, JW White, HC Smith, WP Martin, Hutton, JB Rough, Miss PM Darton, Mrs H Scott, Messrs J Napper, HD Spurr, J French, JF Munto, Miss B Heaton, Messrs G Brown, D Downard, CH Palmer, G Schuff, Lewis, Paul, Mr and Mrs James Davidson and 7 children



April 22 Departure
S S Moor Cape Ports and England
Passengers

Miss A Jones, Messrs Eicke, Holford, George Payne, FA Hutton, W Bompus, RH Morgan, Dr McAlister, Neal, C Johnson, W Sheldrick, Cellier, and LB Ray, Mrs Bert Harvey and son, Mr and Mrs EW Ryan, Mrs R Kennedy and 2 children, Mr PJ O'Connor, Mrs Morgan, Mr and Mrs CJ Martin and son, Miss Sinclair, SH Pearce, Captain and Mrs Ballard, Mrs W Fromberg and Mister Fromberg, Dr and Mrs Robertson, Sergt Major and Mrs Dwane, Miss and Mrs James, Messrs Wadsworth, Lamport, HW Payne, LT Payne, Addison, WJ Taylor, G Bart, Harding, AE Taylor, HC Smith, A McDonald, H Murray