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Corresponding ships
for the S/S Juno (5) journey 1894-10-17 Tr.heim - Chr.sund - Aalesund - Bergen - Stavanger - Hull
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 MSteamshipShipowner or operatorDeparture/port ArrivalRemarks
S/S Majestic (1)White Star LineLiverpool 1894-10-17 New York 1894-10-24 Arrived in the morning 
  Hamburg  Baltimore 1894-10-25 Captain Petersen, steamship "Barmen" 
 S/S NumidianAllan Line  Quebec 1894-10-25  
 S/S VancouverDominion LineLiverpool  Quebec 1894-10-25  
 S/S ColumbiaHamburg America Line  New York 1894-10-26  
 S/S LucaniaCunard LineLiverpool 1894-10-20 New York 1894-10-26  
 S/S New YorkAmerican LineSouthampton 1894-10-20 New York 1894-10-26 834 Passengers 
 S/S OhioAmerican LineLiverpool  Philadelphia 1894-10-27  
 S/S CaliforniaHamburg America LineHamburg  Baltimore 1894-10-28 Captain Dempwolf 
 S/S MoraviaHamburg America LineHamburg  New York 1894-10-29 Captain Magin 
 S/S IslandThingvalla LineChristiania 1894-10-18 New York 1894-10-31 Capt. Skjødt 
 S/S HispaniaHamburg America LineHamburg  Montreal 1894-11-01 Captain Kuhn 
 S/S ColumbiaHamburg America LineHamburg  New York 1894-11-02 Captain Vogelsang 
S/S GermanicWhite Star LineLiverpool 1894-10-24 New York 1894-11-02  
 S/S SorrentoHamburg America LineHamburg  New York 1894-11-02 Captain Jurgensen 
 S/S EtruriaCunard LineLiverpool  New York 1894-11-03  
 S/S ParisAmerican LineSouthampton 1894-10-27 New York 1894-11-03 870 Passengers 
 S/S CephaloniaCunard LineLiverpool  Boston 1894-11-05  
 S/S PolynesiaScandia LineChristiansand 1894-10-20 New York 1894-11-06 Scandia Line 
 S/S CampaniaCunard LineLiverpool  New York 1894-11-10 Also reported arrive 1894-11-09 
 S/S MongolianAllan Line  Quebec 1894-11-10  
 S/S Adriatic (1)White Star LineLiverpool  New York 1894-11-11  
 S/S SouthwarkAmerican LineLiverpool  Philadelphia 1894-11-11  
 S/S TeutonicWhite Star LineLiverpool  New York 1894-11-13  
M followed with an arrow () = Confirmed connects
Passenger list is usually dated 1 - 2 days after arrival
This register is built from telegrams sent from the arrival ports to the local newspapers in Norway. The purpose of these telegrams were to tell the folks back home that the journey had been safe, and that all was well with the emigrants on board.

Reference to newspapers used: Morgenbladet, Christiania Intelegenssedler, Dagbladet, Verdens Gang, Trondhjems Adresseavis, Bergens Tidende and other newspapers.

Blue Riband of the North Atlantic in 1894: Steamship Lucania record crossing Queenstown - New York in 5 days, 7 hours and 23 min. ( 2.800 nm )
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