Eburne (I.S.): NW 154817 (1942-06-05)

Eburne (I.S.): NW 154817 (1942-06-05)

Data in handwriting:

Selling price: 1100
Requisition date:
Appraised price:
Forced sale?
Index price:
Index number: 256
Other annotations/comments:
Pencil next to index number: No appraisal given; Black ink: Tied at New Westminster B.C.
Editorial Note
Because “c/o R.R. #1 Eburne B.C.”is written directly next to the registered owner's address (which is Terra Nova Cannery, Eburne, B.C.), I assumed that this address should be included in the registered owner's address column as opposed to the c/o address column.
Name of Vessel Eburne Official Number NW 154817 Naval Control Number not encoded
Port of Registry not encoded Date of Registry not encoded
Length not encoded Width not encoded Depth not encoded
Make of engine not encoded Date When Re-Installed not encoded
Horse Power not encoded Knot (Speed) not encoded
When Hull Built not encoded When Hull Rebuilt not encoded
Type of Vessel Packer
Formerly Used as not encoded Value (Replacement) 3000
Date When Surveyed Last not encoded Value (Present) 1500
Place of Operation not encoded Value (Insured)
Charter Rate: 1940 10 per day Chartered To: 1940
Charter Rate: 1941 Chartered To: 1941
Amount of Mortgage, If Any Mortgaged To:
Registered Owner's Name Suzuki, Itaro Actual Owner's Name Suzuki, Itaro
Address Eburne, B.C. C/o R.R. # 1, Terra Nova Cannery Address Eburne, B.C. Terra Nova Cannery



Eburne (I.S.): NW 154817 (1942-06-05)
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Source: Auto-generated from row 140 of an original spreadsheet created by the Directories cluster. Registration/sale record of Eburne (I.S.), 1942-06-05


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