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1889
  
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  • Zuleika (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 94676; 51x9x4 Owned by A. Fraser, Baddeck N. S. 1895; L. Pettie, Glace Bay N.S. 1901.
    Ship     Official No.: 94676; 51x9x4 Owned by A. Fraser, Baddeck N. S. 1895; L. Pettie, Glace Bay N.S. 1901.
  • Winnifred (1889)
    Ship       ...Official No.: 94808; 44x10x4 Owned by North Pacific Canning Co. 1889; H...
    Ship     ...Official No.: 94808; 44x10x4 Owned by North Pacific Canning Co. 1889; H...
  • Wherenow (1889)
    Ship       ... Shipbuilding & Ferry Co. 1917. Built by W. Powers, Kingston 1889. Engine 5-8-12x8 by L...
    Ship     ... Shipbuilding & Ferry Co. 1917. Built by W. Powers, Kingston 1889. Engine 5-8-12x8 by L...
  • Wapiti (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 90896; First Rebuild: Official Number: 90896 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 90 x 24 -- 119 tons Rebuilt: in 1923 90x24x10 Owned by J. H. Beaver, Pleasant Harbour N. S. 1928; C. Pearl, Neil's Harbour N. S. 1935.
    Ship     Official No.: 90896; First Rebuild: Official Number: 90896 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 90 x 24 -- 119 tons Rebuilt: in 1923 90x24x10 Owned by J. H. Beaver, Pleasant Harbour N. S. ...
  • W.H. Lee (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 134548; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1915) 130x30x11 Owned by Dominion Government. Destroyed by fire 30/01/22 Halifax. ; Final Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 134548; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1915) 130x30x11 Owned by Dominion Government. Destroyed by fire 30/01/22 Halifax. ; Final Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Burnt
  • Vulcan (1889)
    Ship       ... Co., Mabou N. S. 1917. Built by C. Powell, Dalhousie N. B. 1889. Engine 12...
    Ship     ... Co., Mabou N. S. 1917. Built by C. Powell, Dalhousie N. B. 1889. Engine 12...
  • Vinmount (1889)
    Ship       ...; to Canada Steamship Lines 1920. Built by Globe Iron Works, Cleveland Ohio 1889...
    Ship     ...; to Canada Steamship Lines 1920. Built by Globe Iron Works, Cleveland Ohio 1889...
  • Victor (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 96728; 72x16x5 Owned by G. Moffatt, Dalhousie N. B. 1895; W. Richards & Co., Boiestown N. B. 1901; Richards Manufacturing Co., Campbellton N. B. 1917. Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 96728; 72x16x5 Owned by G. Moffatt, Dalhousie N. B. 1895; W. Richards & Co., Boiestown N. B. 1901; Richards Manufacturing Co., Campbellton N. B. 1917. Tug.
  • Vaudreuil (1889)
    Ship       Other Names: Frontenac; Official No.: 141484; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) as Frontenac 278x40x20 Owned by C. A. Barnard, Montreal 1919; British Dominion Holding & Investment Corp., Montreal 1921. Engine 20-31-52x40 (maker unknown). Sold 1923 to satisfy lien held by Home Bank, sold for scrapping in Europe 1924.
    Ship     Other Names: Frontenac; Official No.: 141484; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) as Frontenac 278x40x20 Owned by C. A. Barnard, Montreal 1919; British Dominion Holding & Investment Corp., Montreal 1921. Engine 20-31-52x40 ...
  • Undine (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 94981; 49x9x4 Built and owned by Polson Iron Works, Toronto. Engine 8x10 by builder.
    Ship     Official No.: 94981; 49x9x4 Built and owned by Polson Iron Works, Toronto. Engine 8x10 by builder.
  • Umbria (1889)
    Ship       ..., 1901; Fallon Bros., Cornwall 1917. Built by R. W. Abbey, Port Dalhousie 1889....
    Ship     ..., 1901; Fallon Bros., Cornwall 1917. Built by R. W. Abbey, Port Dalhousie 1889....
  • Ulala (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 96097; 49x9x5 Owned by J. F. Stairs, Halifax 1895, 1901; J. W. Gordon, N. Sydney 1910; C. S. Boucher, Sydney Mines 1917; Dominion Government 1921, 1935.
    Ship     Official No.: 96097; 49x9x5 Owned by J. F. Stairs, Halifax 1895, 1901; J. W. Gordon, N. Sydney 1910; C. S. Boucher, Sydney Mines 1917; Dominion Government 1921, 1935.
  • Truant (1889)
    Ship       ...Official No.: 92739; 73x14x4 Owned by W. E. Murphy, Toronto 1889...
    Ship     ...Official No.: 92739; 73x14x4 Owned by W. E. Murphy, Toronto 1889...
  • Torsand (1889)
    Ship       Other Names: Carl; Official No.: 134245; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1914) as Carl 64x16x8 Owned by Toronto Sand & Gravel Co. Engine 17x19 by Vulcan Iron Works, Milwaukee Wis.. Dredger.
    Ship     Other Names: Carl; Official No.: 134245; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1914) as Carl 64x16x8 Owned by Toronto Sand & Gravel Co. Engine 17x19 by Vulcan Iron Works, Milwaukee Wis.. Dredger.
  • Sweet Mary (1889)
    Ship       ... by D. Claus, Waubaushene 1889....
    Ship     ... by D. Claus, Waubaushene 1889....
  • Superior (1889)
    Ship       ... Iron Works, Cleveland Ohio 1889. First engine 22½-50x42 by builder; after 1932...
    Ship     ... Iron Works, Cleveland Ohio 1889. First engine 22½-50x42 by builder; after 1932...
  • Sultana (1889)
    Ship       ... by Howell & Daly, Selkirk 1889. Engine 18x20 by Doty Engine Works. "Freight...
    Ship     ... by Howell & Daly, Selkirk 1889. Engine 18x20 by Doty Engine Works. "Freight...
  • Sovereign (1889)
    Ship       Official No.: 94887; First Rebuild: Official Number: 121945 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 200 x 42 -- 1098 tons Rebuilt: Sorel, Quebec, Canada in 1907 162x26x7 Owned by Ottawa River Navigation Co.; to St. Lawrence Canadian Navigation Co. 1907; C. Mignault, Montreal 1914; A. Desmarteaux, Montreal 1917, 1927. Built by W. C. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 94887; First Rebuild: Official Number: 121945 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 200 x 42 -- 1098 tons Rebuilt: Sorel, Quebec, Canada in 1907 162x26x7 Owned by Ottawa River Navigation Co.; ...
  • Sara M. Renton (1889)
    Ship       Other Names: Erin (1906); Official No.: 121761; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1906) First Rebuild: Official Number: 121761 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 92 x 20 -- 147 tons Rebuilt: in 1915 92x20x11 Owned by J. S. Emerson, Vancouver 1906; Pacific Construction Co. 1917. Engine to "Masset". Tug.
    Ship     Other Names: Erin (1906); Official No.: 121761; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1906) First Rebuild: Official Number: 121761 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 92 x 20 -- 147 tons Rebuilt: in 1915 92x20x11 Owned ...
  • St. Ignace (1889)
    Ship       ... Co. 1889. Engines (2) 28-53x48. Also had bow engine 26-48x40, all by builder...
    Ship     ... Co. 1889. Engines (2) 28-53x48. Also had bow engine 26-48x40, all by builder...
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