p.5 Incidents - A meeting of the marine engineers was held in Congress Hall last night. The organization has now thirty members. It was decided to meet every second Wednesday evening.
There are now eight ice yachts owned at the military club, and a club has been formed....
Feb. 2, 1901
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Feb. 4, 1901
ON LAKE MICHIGAN.
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 4th - A steamer believed to be the car ferry Muskegon, with a crew of twenty men aboard was reported off South Milwaukee yesterday, showing signs of distress. The Muskegon was due here at 4:15 p.m., and up to a late hour last night she had not arrived. Telephone messages to Racine failed to locate the steamer and it is probable that she is some where out on the lake in the blizzard. There is a heavy sea running.
Later - The car ferry has reached here safely.
Feb. 5, 1901
Feb. 6, 1901
p.5 Adding To The Fleet - yacht Verona bought at Rochester, to join Kingston Yacht Club.
Feb. 7, 1901
Feb. 8, 1901
Feb. 9, 1901
p.5 Incidents of the Day - The steamer Bothnia and consort Valencia, of the Calvin fleet, have been disposed of to the Wilson coal company, Montreal. The deal was consummated yesterday.