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Globe Booklet

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Pacific Shipping Tables

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PB Handstamps

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Soldiers' Letters

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Sailing Tables for the Pacific

Canadian-Pacific Line - Westbound

Westbound - 1887

CPR Westbound 1887

Westbound - 1888

CPR Westbound 1888

Westbound - 1889

CPR Westbound 1889

Westbound - 1890

CPR Westbound 1890

Westbound - 1891

CPR Westbound 1891

Westbound - 1892

CPR Westbound 1892

Westbound - 1893

CPR Westbound 1893

Westbound - 1894

CPR Westbound 1894

Westbound - 1894

CPR Westbound 1894

Westbound - 1895

CPR Westbound 1895

Westbound - 1896

CPR Westbound 1896

Westbound - 1897

CPR Westbound 1897

Westbound - 1897

CPR Westbound 1897

Westbound - 1898

CPR Westbound 1898

Westbound - 1899

CPR Westbound 1899

Westbound - 1900

CPR Westbound 1900

Westbound - 1901

CPR Westbound 1901

Westbound - 1902

CPR Westbound 1902

Westbound - 1902

CPR Westbound 1902

Westbound - 1903

CPR Westbound 1903

Westbound - 1903

CPR Westbound 1903

Westbound - 1904

CPR Westbound 1904

Westbound - 1905

CPR Westbound 1905

Westbound - 1905

CPR Westbound 1905

Westbound - 1906

CPR Westbound 1906

Westbound - 1907

CPR Westbound 1907

Westbound - 1907

CPR Westbound 1907

Westbound - 1908

CPR Westbound 1908

Westbound - 1908

CPR Westbound 1908

Westbound - 1909

CPR Westbound 1909

Westbound - 1910

CPR Westbound 1910

Westbound - 1910

CPR Westbound 1910

Westbound - 1911

CPR Westbound 1911

Westbound - 1912

CPR Westbound 1912

Westbound - 1913

CPR Westbound 1913

Westbound - 1913

CPR Westbound 1913

Westbound - 1914

CPR Westbound 1914

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

Footnotes

(SF) in 1888 indicates the a ship had visited San Francisco before returning to Vancouver.
Schedules say passengers must board Athenian and Tartar in Vancouver - starting about August 1904. In other words, there would be no call at Victoria.
* Tartar was quarantined and fumigated at William Head for smallpox on April 3, 1906.
Abyssinia scraped the water pipe under the First Narrows in Vancouver, and was checked at Esquimalt.
+ Tartar Oct 17, 1907 hit by Charmer in fog; 2 large holes in bow. To drydock at Esquimalt. Last trip for Tartar. Departed Victoria November 26, 1907.
# Glenfarg hit a reef in Vancouver's First Narrows on December 6, 1908; went to drydock at Esquimalt. Repairs completed early February.
In June 1914, Manila, Philippine Islands was added as a port of call on westbound voyages of the Empress of Russia and the Empress of Asia.

< (followed by date) means before
= (followed by date) means on or before
Esq means Esquimalt

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