May 5; 61 men and women departure Trondheim for over England emigrate to Canada and the United States. Cargo: 99 bales of paper, 8 box of game, 2 box salmon on ice and 4-keg butter.
June 15; 70 men and women departure Trondheim for over England emigrate to Canada and the United States.
July 13 Capt. Dowse ; about 50 emigrants from Trondheim of whom 28 traveled with Allan Line for Canada
Sold to the Bergen Steamship Company and renamed "Hera"
Wrecked between Honningsvåg and Hammerfest - 6 lives lost, 56 saved
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges
The steamship "Juno" belonged to the Wilson Line of Hull, England. It carried passengers from Norway to England, mainly Hull, where they boarded trains for other ports in Britain. In Britain they boarded steamships for the voyage across the Atlantic. There were 6 vessels of this name owned by the Wilson Line. The S/S Juno (5) was built 1889 by Earle's Co. Ltd. in Hull. She was 1 073 tons gross, 544 net.
S/S Juno (5) at the harbor in Trondheim [old postcard]
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