When a large party of Ulster men and women emigrating to Australia reached Sydney in brilliant summer conditions last week (Sunday 9th December) the NSW Ulster Association turned out in force to welcome them. The Red Hand of Ulster was worn by Ulster emigrants who had settled in earlier years in Sydney, and their president, Mr T Morrow carried the emblem on a banner waved high among the hundreds waiting on the quay as the liner CASTEL FELICE was berthed. Eileen O'Neill was quick to write a post card home to her parents, Mr and Mrs John O'Neill of Antrim, NI to say she was in Australia. Eileen went to private accommodation in one of Sydney's smartest harbour side suburbs, Darling Point. Shipboard travelling companion Patricia Gee, from London, who was on her way to the ACT, looks on pensively
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