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Passengers to NZ on the IONIC - October 1892

Journal by ngairedith

transcribed from informatIon at Papers Past
* I have listed the names alphabetically for easier reading
* Like names put together may, or may not be, related to each other
* Their port of destination does not necessarily mean they settled there


14 October 1892 - ARRIVAL at HOBART
... Ionic, s.s. from London, arrived here at 8.15a.m. yesterday. The Ionic left the Royal Albert Dock at 8.30 a.m. on September 2; arrived at Plymouth at 1.42p.m. on the 3rd, and left again the same day at 5 p.m. Had N.W. winds and fine weathor to Teneriffe, which was reached at 8 a.m. on September 8. Left Teneriffe at 3.56p.m. same day. The line was crossed on September 15 in 10deg. W. The S.E. trades were encountered in lat. 5 N., and continued until the day before reaching Table Bay; arrived at Table Bay at 9.47p.m. on September 23, and left the following day at 3.53p.m. Unfavourable winds were experienced for the first part of the journey across the Southern Ocean, but in long. 72deg. E., fell in with favourable westerly winds. Tho meridian of the Leuwin was crossed on October 9, thence to arrival had variable winds and fine weather. The longest day's run was 337 miles. Three cases of scarlatina broke out on the outward voyage but on arrival at the Cape a clean bill of health was obtained, so that all fear of further infection was removed. When nearing the meridian of Cape Leuwln several icebergs of moderate size were passed. The voyage has occupied 39 days 5h., the total steaming time being 38 days 2 h., 50m. Thirty-two passengers land here, and 161 go on to New Zealand. The usual amusements, such as dances, games, sports, etc., have been enjoyed by all on board, amd have tended to separate some of the monotony of the voyage. The Ionic leaves here for New Zealand this morning. Mr Kane, the purser, kindly supplied us with particulars of the voyage, and Cape and English files


18 October 1892 - ARRIVAL of the R.M.S. IONIC
... This vessel arrived this morning and will commence discharging at once.
Goods impeding the discharge will be landed and stored at risk and expense of consignee. Orders for delivery of cargo will be issued on production of bills of lading, and payment of freight (if any).
cargo landed in a damaged condition must be examined and claim settled before removal from the discharging shed. - W. G. TURNBULL & CO., Agents. Captain Kidley will not be responsible for any debts his crew may contract without his written authority


19 October 1892 - PASSENGERS per the s.s. IONIC
WELLINGTON ... The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company's magnificent and powerful s.s.Ionic, 4753 Tons Register, 3000 Horse-power, W. H. KIDLEY, Commander. which sailed from London on September 2nd, arrived at 10 o'clock this morning, but no communication has yet been held with her, as she has scarlatina on board. The sufferers will be moved to the Quarantine Station and the vessel berthed during the afternoon. The scarlatina is confined to the children of the Alexanders, who are third class passengers for Auckland

FIRST SALOON
Miss ADAMS (for Auckland from Hobart)

Mr T. H. BAILEY

Mr Thomas BOUCHER - Mr T. S. BOUCHER - Master BOUCHER (for Christchurch)

Miss BOYLE (for Christchurch)

Mr CAIN

Mrs J. B. CAMERON - Master CAMERON - Miss CAMERON & maid
Captain Cyril CAMERON - Mrs CAMERON

Mr CHAPMAN

Miss CHINNERY (for Christchurch)

Mr L. A. CUFF (for Christchurch)

Miss De LANTOUR

Mr G. H. DENNISON - Mrs DENNISON (for Oamaru)

Lady DOUGLAS (for Lyttelton)

Mr J. G. EDMONDS - Mrs EDMONDS

Mrs EXALL (for Christchurch)

Mr Claude FRANCIS - Mrs FRANCIS - Master FRANCIS

Mr P. P. FRASER

Mr Frank Ernest GADDUM

Mr GREIG - Mrs GREIG

Mr GRICE (2) - Mrs GRICE (for Wellington from Hobart)

Mr HARDIE

Mr D. HAYNES - Miss HAYNES (for Dunedin)

Mr Walter HILL - Mrs HILL - Master H. HILL (for Christchurch)
Mr A. HILL

Mr HOARE

Mr HOOLEY

Mr A. J. HORWOOD
Mr A. HORWOOD

Mrs HOSKINS (for Lyttelton)

Mr HUTCHINSON

Mr HOWARD (for Christchurch)

Mr P. H. JOHNSON - Mrs JOHNSON (for Christchurch)

Mr JOHNSTON - Mrs JOHNSTON (for Christchurch)

Mr KETTLEWELL

Miss M. LEAKE

Mr LUCY - Mrs LUCY - Miss LUCY (for Christchurch)

Mrs MACKAY

Miss M. MILNE

Mr MILNES

Dr and Mrs MURRAY (for Wellington from Hobart)

Mr OWELS (for Christchurch)

Mr A. C. PARKER

Miss SAWYER

Mr SCORRAH (for Christchurch)

Mr SHEPHERD

Miss SURTEE (for Auckland from Hobart)

Mr Basil H. WILSON

Dr T. N. WRIGHT - Mrs WRIGHT

SECOND SALOON
Mr James L. ABSOLOM

Mr Frederick ALFORD - Mrs ALFORD - Miss M. Alford

Mrs M. ANDERSON - Miss ANDERSON

Mr Robert BLAKELY

Miss BOYLE

Mrs COOMBS - Miss COOMBS

Mr H. P. COY

Mr E. J. CUNNINGHAM

Miss DODDS - Miss A. DODDS

Mr R. G. DOWTHWAITE - Mrs DOWTHWAITE

Mr J. L. ENGEL

Mr J. FRANKLAND

Mr J. A. FELL

Miss M. GREIG (for Dunedin)

Miss E. HARWOOD

Mrs HITCHCOCK - Miss HITCHCOCK

Mr H. J. HUNT - Mrs S. HUNT - Miss Margaret HUNT - Miss Margaret HUNT

Mr Charles JOHNSTON
Mr William JOHNSTON

Mr Joseph LAMBERT - Mrs LAMBERT - Master A. LAMBERT - Master P. LAMBERT

Mr M. LANG

Mr T. H. LUCY - Mrs LUCY - Miss A. M. LUCY

Mr A. McWILLIAM

Mr R. T. MELHUISH

Mr Morgan MORGAN

Rev John NELSON - Mrs NELSON - Miss C. MELSON - Miss F. NELSON - Miss A. NELSON

Mrs E. PHILIPS

Mr Thomas RANSOME - Mrs RANSOME

Mr W. J. STANDLEY

Mr J. SMITH - Mrs SMITH (for Bluff)

Mr A. E. TAYLOR - Mrs TAYLOR

Mr John WILKES

Mr David WILSON - Mrs WILSON - Miss WILSON - Master WILSON

THIRD CLASS/STEERAGE
Mr G. ABRAMOWITZ

Mr G. E. ALEXANDER - Mrs ALEXANDER - Mr J. ALEXANDER - Miss A. M. ALEXANDER - Miss E. M. ALEXANDER - Master P. G. ALEXANDER - Mr A. M. ALEXANDER - Miss Charlotte ALEXANDER (for Auckland)

Miss E. ANGLAND

Miss S. BIGGINS

Mr John W. BRADFORD

Mr Hugh CAIN

Mr Harry C. CARTER

Mr William H. CHAPMAN

Miss E. CHINNERY

Mrs H. EXALL

Mrs GREGORY

Mr Robert HARDIE

Mr James R. HARVEY (for Oamaru)

Mr Robert HENNINGWAY (for Dunedin)

Mr J. H. HENRY - Miss J, HENRY (for Dunedin)

Mr HOARE

Mr J. W. HOGG

Mr George S. HORNER

Mr John HOOLEY

Mr J. C. HUTCHINSON

Mr Frank JAMES

Mr A. JOHNSTON- Mrs JOHNSTON

Mr Thoms KELLY

Miss Maggie KENNEDY

Mr Harry LOADER - Mrs LOADER (for Dunedin)

Mr Gilbert McFADGEN (FOR bLUFF)

Miss S. D. McNAMARA - Miss J. McNAMARA

Mr James MILLINGTON

Mr Alfred OWLES

Mr E. PARROTT

Mr William POWELL

Miss Emily SAWYER

Mr Fred SCORAH

Mr James SHEPHERD

Mr D. T. SMITH

Mr John SOMERVILLE - Mr Andrew SOMERVILLE - Mr James SOMERVILLE - Mr Henry SOMERVILLE (for Dunedin)

Mr John STABBE

Mr William TUBMAN - Mrs TUBMAN - Miss H, TUBMAN - Miss J. TUBMAN - Miss C. TUBMAN - Master William TUBMAN (for Dunedin)

Miss M. WATSON

Mr J. J. WHAM

Miss Charlotte WONUTT



the IONIC despatched from Lyttelton for London direct on Thursday 10th November 1892

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