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Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), 5 Sep 1923, p. 10, c. 4

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The steamer HAMONIC arrived here from Detroit, Tuesday morning and was to leave late this afternoon for Duluth and way ports.


The steamer MIDLAND PRINCE left Tuesday noon for Fort William, after discharging its cargo of ore at Point Edward.


The barge ERIE arrived at the Morton Salt company dock Sunday with a cargo of coal.


The steamer IOCOLITE left Monday for Port Colborne with a cargo of oil from the Imperial Oil refinery in Sarnia.


The steamer CITY OF TOLEDO will replace the steamer TASHMOO, on the Detroit-Port Huron route of the White Star line, starting today, when the TASHOO and the GREYHOUND will be withdrawn from service, M.C. Lively, local agent, announced this morning. C.F. Bielman, Jr., general manager of the line, states that the daily boat service will be maintained on the Detroit-Port Huron and Detroit-Toledo routes until the ice runs.


The barge GUNN arrived today at the Gas Co. dock with a cargo of coal.


The steamer HURONIC arrived at Point Edward this morning and left for Detroit at noon.


The small steamer FORD arrived at the Laidlaw Lumber Co. dock in Sarnia Tuesday, with a cargo of lumber.


The steamer WESTMONT arrived at Point Edward Tuesday night with a cargo of ore.


The steamer CROSBY arrived at the Sulphite and Paper Co. Tuesday, with a cargo of pulp wood.


A heavy fog on the lake and river this morning again held up navigation for several hours.

The steamer HAGERTY stopped at Sarnia this morning for orders.

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5 Sep 1923
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  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 42.97086 Longitude: -82.42491
Ray Grant
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