R.M.S. Orama arrival in Western Australia December 1927 - from TROVE
COASTAL AND OTHER STEAMERS.....
The R.M.S. Orama is due to arrive here from U.K. on December 13.
COASTAL AND OTHER STEAMERS. in the Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) of Sunday 4 December 1927, Page 11. at: 
YOUR CHRISTMAS MAIL ....
Big English Mail.
A considerable proportion of the English Christmas mail arrived by the Orama today, and gave the postal officials a busy time. That vessel landed 850 bags for this State, as well as 1,600 letter bags for the Eastern States, which will go forward by rail to-night. An idea of the size of the consignment may be had from the fact that the usual weekly quota for the Eastern States is 650 bags. The Orama will be followed by the Naldera, due a week later, which also carries 850 bags for Western Australia and 1,200 letter bags for other States. Several thousand bags remain in the holds of tie ships, consisting mainly of newspapers and parcels for delivery upon arrival at the respective ports.
YOUR CHRISTMAS MAIL. from The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) of Tuesday 13 December 1927, Page 2. at: 
PORT OF FREMANTLE
December 13. 3.30 a.m.: ORAMA, R.M:S.. 19,777 tons, from London. Orient S.N. Co., agents.
ORAMA FROM LONDON.
Carrying passengers, mails and general cargo from London the Orient Mail steamer ORAMA arrived at Fremantle this morning. She is timed to sail eastwards early this evening. The following passengers disem-barked at Fremantle: Dr. E. Atkinson; Messrs.H. M. Beigel, C. U. Barnett, M. Gunz-burg, J. P. Learmonth, R. Lindsay, J. G. McColl, A. L. P. Nathan, C. Pearl, B. Pearl, A: T. Ransom, F. C. Rae, A. G. Vaughan-Jenkins; Mesdames M. E. Beigel, J. F. Barnett, M. Gunzburg, A. M. Learmonth, G. Pearl, M. Ransom, M. G. Saw; Misses L. Alston, L. Krakouer, M. P. Learmonth, J. Lindsay, V. M. Saw, E. M. Saw.
SHIPPING from The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) of Tuesday 13 December 1927, Page 12. at: 
Mrs. Tolhurst, accompanied by her two daughters, passed through on the Orama. During the stay of the vessel in port the Misses Tolhurst were entertained on the Fremantle golf links, where they spent the day. Both are enthusiastic golfers, Miss Susie Tolhurst having achieved championship honors.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. from The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) of Tuesday 13 December 1927, Page 11. at: 
Orient Liner Orama It is expected by M. G. Anderson & Co. (agents for the Orient liner Orama) that the vessel will berth at Outer Harbor from Lon-don at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. The Orama his 1,100 passengers for Adelaide, Mel-bourne, and Sydney, and after landing 550 tons of general cargo here will resume her voyage to the eastern States in the evening.
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. from the News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954) of Friday 16 December 1927. Page 3. at: 
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