The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 9 December, 1909.
SAFE AT DURBAN.
THOSE WHO LANDED.
It has been definitely ascertained that the
following passengers from Australia landed at
Durban, on the arrival of the Waratah at that
Mr. J E Mullon,
Mr D R Boyce, Mr William Hocking, Mr Charles Swain, Mrs Swain, Mr H Foord, Mrs Foord,
Mr W Cousens (of Wellington, N Z ),
Mrs W Cousens and infant (NZ), Mrs F Norris (of Napier, N Z ), Mr G Norris (Napier, NZ), Detective Mynott (of the South African Police, in charge of a prisoner), Constable De Beer (South African Police, escorting a prisoner), and Mr M'Loughlin (a prisoner from Brisbane), all of whom were booked to Durban. Mr Samuel Pearce, who booked to London with the option of breaking his journey at Durban, and Mr S G Sawyer, who booked to Capetown, but had business to transact in Durban. What a revealing comment that Mr Sawyer 'had business to transact in Durban'.
Mr F C Saunders,
Mr G A Richardson, Mr Harold Grigg (of Long Gully or California Gully, Bendigo district,Vict), Mr William Milburn (of Long Gully, Vic), and Mr James M'Naught (of Dunedin, N.Z) all of whom booked to Durban and
Miss J C Ramsay who booked to Capetown
Why did she disembark at Durban ? Was she influenced by Mr Sawyer's visions ?
Mrs H Cawood,
Mr A Brookes, Mr E J Waters and Mrs Waters and infant, all of whom booked to Durban, and
Mr M Morgan, who booked for Capetown.
There were anecdotal reports that Mr Morgan was influenced by Mr Sawyer.
Total landed at Durban, 29