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Kingston Newspaper clippings

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Decade:  1920 
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Thursday, Nov. 30, 1922 
TextNewspapers  British Whig (Kingston, ON), Thursday, Nov. 30, 1922,   Schooner Horace Taber May Be A Total Loss _______ Effort to Get Her Coal Cargo Out before She Goes to Pieces. _______ There appears to be no doubt that the schooner Horace Taber, which went ashore at Four Mile Point is a total loss. The weather has been too rough for tugs to get very close...
Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), May 16, 1926 
TextNewspapers  Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), May 16, 1926,   Lake Freighter Burns, Sinks; Crew Rescued _______ 16 Men and One Woman Found by Canadian Steamship After Their Ship Had Burned to Water's Edge on Lake Ontario - Rescuers Stand By until Vessel Disappears. _______ Sixteen men and one woman, members of the crew of the freighter Charles Horne,...
 (18971118), 4 Sep 1920 
TextNewspapers  (18971118), 4 Sep 1920,   BARGE HOBOKEN IS SUNK AT DOCK HERE; WAS COAL UNLOADER. The barge Hoboken, owned by the Ogdensburg Coal and Towing Co., which has been in use here at the J.R. Bresnan & Son dock during the summer months as a derrick for the unloading of coal vessels, sprung a leak during the night and despite ...
 (18971118), 27 Apr 1921 
TextNewspapers  (18971118), 27 Apr 1921,   p.4 HULL OF HOBOKEN SUNK IN CHANNEL OF ST. LAWRENCE. Lighter Barge Sank at Dock Here Last September. Marine News On River. Yesterday morning the wreck of the lighter barge Hoboken was towed from the shallow water at the J.R. Bresnan & Son coal wharf to a point about a quarter of a mile ...
 (18971118), 28 Apr 1921 
TextNewspapers  (18971118), 28 Apr 1921,   p.3 BOATING COMMENCES ON THE RIVER; HIGH WATER APPRECIATED. (part) Abram Shaw, Kingston, formerly an inspector in the customs service, was here yesterday making an official marine measurement of the tug Nama, owned by Capt. James H. Simpson, Elizabethtown. The steambarge Isabella H., owned...
Picton Gazette (Picton, ON), 8 Sep 1921 
TextNewspapers  Picton Gazette (Picton, ON), 8 Sep 1921,   p.1 OLIVER MOWAT SUNK One of the worst lake tragedies which has occurred for many years, was the sinking of the schooner Oliver Mowat on Thursday night last, after being rammed by the large steam freighter, Key West, just off Main Ducks. The Oliver Mowat sank in a few minutes taking with her to...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 20 Sep 1921 
TextNewspapers  Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), 20 Sep 1921,   Barb Wire Salvaged From Sunken Barge. Ogdensburg, Sept. 20th - The steamer City of New York was in port yesterday bound for Montreal with a cargo of 425 tons of baled wire salvaged by the Donnelly Wrecking Company, of Kingston, from the barge Atlasco sunk in fifty feet of water off South Bay ...
Cape Vincent Eagle (Cape Vincent, NY), 24 Aug 1922 
TextNewspapers  Cape Vincent Eagle (Cape Vincent, NY), 24 Aug 1922,   p.3 an article by Uncle Philander Jr.: "....What I am going to complain about is the fact that the siren failed to function last Saturday afternoon when the St. Louis, the hulk of the old pulp wood boat that has laid in the water in the eastern portion of the village for years, was discovered...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings