Natal Witness Feb 21 1880
The D.C.S. Lapland arrived here this morning at daybreak with the mails of the Kinfauns Castle, and a few passengers. The Fox landed these at 8 o'clock. She brought the following Passengers:
Mr and Mrs Buxton and 4 children
Mr and Mrs Adams
Mr and Mrs Stanford
Mr and Mrs Holdernep
Mr and Mrs Brokenshaw, 2 children and native boy
Lieut. Hollings, 91st Regiment
Mr and Mrs Edwards
Lapland sailed for Mauritius yesterday.
The African arrived yesterday from Delagoa Bay and the East Coast with the following Passengers. She goes on to the Cape at once.
Two Fugitive Slaves
Mr R Cora
Mrs SC Gutteling and two Indians
For East London:
Mr W Royi
Mr M Tintals
For Algoa Bay:
Abdor Pandie, Brother and servant, and 9 pilgrims.
For Cape Town:
Mr JS de Compas and 27 emigrants*
*regrettably not named; the 9 pilgrims are similarly anonymous
Durban harbour entrance channel late 19th c: a tug tows in
a sailing ship; the Point can be seen at right.