[Passenger list, "KOOMBANA" 37, compiled 02 April 1912, Adelaide Steamship Company. Noel Butlin Archives Centre, Australian National University, 0186/N46/634]
Fremantle-Derby Slade S. H. Late Dalgety & Co. Englishman going up for station experience.
[Passenger list, "KOOMBANA" 37, compiled 04 June 1912, Adelaide Steamship Company. Broome Historical Society]
List of passengers known to have been bound for Derby.
From Fremantle [saloon]
Slade S.H. Young Englishman proceeding for station
experience. Lately with Messrs. Dalgety &
["A Case of a Young Englishman", Daily News (Perth, WA), Friday 29 March 1912, page 8]
A CASE OF A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN.
Among the passengers on board the Koombana for Derby was Mr. S. H. Slade. He was a young Englishman, who came out from the London office of Dalgety and Co., Ltd., to the Western Australian branch, and was making his first trip to the Nor'-West.
["Story of the Koombana", The Sunday Times (Perth, WA), Sunday 31 March 1912, page 12]
SOME OF THE PASSENGERS.
Now that it appears more than probable that the Koombana no longer exists, the personality of the passengers who most likely have shared her untimely fate will be of interest. Amongst them are several well-known people, and it is quite possible that some of them may have left the ship at an intermediate port.
Mr. S. H. Slade, who was en route to Derby, was until recently engaged at the offices of Dalgety and Co. at Fremantle, and was proceeding to the Nor'-West in order to gain station experience.
["Some of the Passengers", Broome Chronicle (WA), Saturday 06 April 1912, page 2]
Mr. Slade, a passenger to Derby, was until recently engaged in the offices of Dalgetty & Co., Fremantle, and left to gain station experience.
["The Passengers", The West Australian, Wednesday 03 April 1912, page 7]
Mr. S. H. Slade.