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Globe Booklet

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¬ Parts 1, 2, 3, 4

Pacific Shipping Tables

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¬ Parts 1, 2, 3, 4

PB Handstamps

¬ Monograph

Soldiers' Letters

¬ Monograph

Steinhart CSN Articles

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Sailing Tables for the Pacific

Canadian-Pacific Line - Eastbound

Eastbound - 1887

CPR Eastbound 1887

Eastbound - 1888

CPR Eastbound 1888

Eastbound - 1889

CPR Eastbound 1889

Eastbound - 1890

CPR Eastbound 1890

Eastbound - 1891

CPR Eastbound 1891

Eastbound - 1892

CPR Eastbound 1893

Eastbound - 1893

CPR Eastbound 1893

Eastbound - 1894

CPR Eastbound 1894

Eastbound - 1894

CPR Eastbound 1894

Eastbound - 1895

CPR Eastbound 1895

Eastbound - 1896

CPR Eastbound 1896

Eastbound - 1897

CPR Eastbound 1897

Eastbound - 1897

CPR Eastbound 1897

Eastbound - 1898

CPR Eastbound 1898

Eastbound - 1899

CPR Eastbound 1899

Eastbound - 1899

CPR Eastbound 1899

Eastbound - 1900

CPR Eastbound 1900

Eastbound - 1901

CPR Eastbound 1901

Eastbound - 1901

CPR Eastbound 1901

Eastbound - 1902

CPR Eastbound 1902

Eastbound - 1903

CPR Eastbound 1903

Eastbound - 1903

CPR Eastbound 1903

Eastbound - 1904

CPR Eastbound 1904

Eastbound - 1905

CPR Eastbound 1905

Eastbound - 1905

CPR Eastbound 1905

Eastbound - 1906

CPR Eastbound 1906

Eastbound - 1907

CPR Eastbound 1907

Eastbound - 1907

CPR Eastbound 1907

Eastbound - 1908

CPR Eastbound 1908

Eastbound - 1908

CPR Eastbound 1908

Eastbound - 1909

CPR Eastbound 1909

Eastbound - 1910

CPR Eastbound 1910

Eastbound - 1910

CPR Eastbound 1910

Eastbound - 1911

CPR Eastbound 1911

Eastbound - 1912

CPR Eastbound 1912

Eastbound - 1913

CPR Eastbound 1913

Eastbound - 1913

CPR Eastbound 1913

Eastbound - 1914

CPR Eastbound 1914

Sources: Vancouver News-Advertiser, Vancouver Province, Victoria Colonist, Victoria Times, London Times, CPR schedules (S).

Footnotes

(SF) in 1888 indicates a voyage that was extended from Vancouver to San Francisco and return.
¤ The Abyssinia called at Victoria on May 21, 1890, bringing H.R.H. Duke of Connaught.
@ Empress of China did not call at Hong Kong in June 1894 because of plague there.
& Empress of China ran aground near Shanghai August 4, and was refloated August 13, 1894.
8 The Danube took mail from the Empress of Japan (I), fog-bound in English Bay, on August 15, 1895.
* Baggage in the Empress of India was fumigated on March 10, 1897.
† On April 27, 1897, the Empress of China was held at the William Head quarantine station because two cases of smallpox were on board. Mail was taken to Victoria by tender early on April 28.
** Empress of China was in quarantine for 10 days at Nagasaki for fumigation, after 2 passengers were found with plague; June 1901. Mail brought to Victoria by NYK Kamakura Maru.
†† Tartar had a case of smallpox and was in quarantine at William Head March 17, 1906, then bypassed Victoria. She was again quarantined (and fumigated) at William Head April 4, 1906.
** While departing on July 7, 1906, Tartar was in a collision in Yokohama harbour. She returned to Yokohama and left again on July 13.
Empress of India went into quarantine, and then arrived at Victoria on July 25; the mail was taken from the ship to Victoria on July 23.
†† Empress of Asia was delayed between Hong Kong and Japan; there was a 10-day quarantine period, and she could not dock at Yokohama for 4 days.

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