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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 May 1880
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Mar 1880
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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Nov. 3, 1880
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  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), March 6, 1880
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  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), May 29, 1880 p.2
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    BURNING OF A STEAMER

    The Algona loaded with hay and baskets at Hogansburgh Friday last for this city. The hay, twenty-eight tons, worth eight dollars per ton, was for D.G. Cahoon. The baskets were for Newill & Smith. The fire was discovered when just below Pine Tree ...

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    BURNING OF A STEAMER

    The Algona loaded with hay and baskets at Hogansburgh Friday last for this city. The hay, twenty-eight tons, worth eight dollars per ton, was for D.G. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 31, 1880
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    p.3 The sch. Flora Carveth will be sold on the 12th of January. The vessel will have to sell well in order to pay all the claims against her.

    The Steamer Gipsy - The planking of the iron steamer Gipsy, owned by Mr. James Swift, has been completed. The engine ...

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    p.3 The sch. Flora Carveth will be sold on the 12th of January. The vessel will have to sell well in order to pay all the claims against her.

    The ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 30, 1880
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    The Wrecking Question.

    Sir, We see by reports of the Parliamentary proceedings in the Mail of the 23rd inst., that Mr. Patterson mentions Mr. Pace, American Consul at Sarnia, as having reported to Washington that there was only one Canadian wrecking ...

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    The Wrecking Question.

    Sir, We see by reports of the Parliamentary proceedings in the Mail of the 23rd inst., that Mr. Patterson mentions Mr. Pace, American Consul at Sarnia, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1880
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    p.3 The sailors had a hop last evening in Victoria Hall. A successful night.

    p.4 American Lighthouses - The U.S. board of light houses reports an appropriation of $400,000 necessary for the expenses of the year, and asks a further appropriation of $60,000 ...

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    p.3 The sailors had a hop last evening in Victoria Hall. A successful night.

    p.4 American Lighthouses - The U.S. board of light houses reports an appropriation of $400,000 ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 27, 1880
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    p.3 Wind Wafts - Capt. Cuthbert is to build a new sloop of 72 tons at Belleville this winter.

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    p.3 Wind Wafts - Capt. Cuthbert is to build a new sloop of 72 tons at Belleville this winter.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 24, 1880
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    p.2 Wrecking Laws - Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 24th - Regarding the statement by the Canadian Minister of Customs, in the House of Commons on Wednesday, regarding the Canadian wreckers, the Express says: "Assuming that the Minister was correctly reported, it is difficult to understand ...

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    p.2 Wrecking Laws - Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 24th - Regarding the statement by the Canadian Minister of Customs, in the House of Commons on Wednesday, regarding the Canadian wreckers, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 23, 1880
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    p.3 Big Tug Bill - Capt. Leslie has returned from Detroit where he has been looking after the sch. W.R. Taylor. Bills were presented for 15 days service, at the rate of $300 per day for the tug alone, for steam pump wages and superintendence an extra $3900 was ...

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    p.3 Big Tug Bill - Capt. Leslie has returned from Detroit where he has been looking after the sch. W.R. Taylor. Bills were presented for 15 days service, at ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1880
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    p.3 Personal Mention - Mr. Crowley, President of the Kingston Branch of the Sailors Union, has returned from convention at Cleveland.

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    p.3 Personal Mention - Mr. Crowley, President of the Kingston Branch of the Sailors Union, has returned from convention at Cleveland.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1880
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    p.3 Wind Wafts - The Seamen's Union is revising its constitution.

    It was Mr. I.A. Breck instead of I.H. Radford who purchased an interest in sch. Grantham.

    The Ferry Steamers - The Pierrepont still runs to Garden Island and to within a short distance of Wolfe Island, ...

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    p.3 Wind Wafts - The Seamen's Union is revising its constitution.

    It was Mr. I.A. Breck instead of I.H. Radford who purchased an interest in sch. Grantham.

    The Ferry Steamers - ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 20, 1880
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    p.2 Ice has formed out 4 miles from 9-Mile Point. It is quite thick. The Maud had to go around it to get here this morning in consequence.

    Capt. J. Donnelly & I.H. Radford have purchased the sch. Grantham at a good figure.

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    p.2 Ice has formed out 4 miles from 9-Mile Point. It is quite thick. The Maud had to go around it to get here this morning in consequence.

    Capt. J. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 17, 1880
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    p.1 Barque Garden Island - [Hamilton Times] - details of vessel in storm off Ireland; Capt. William Zealand in command, brother of Capt. Ed Zealand who was lost with prop Zealand on Lake Ontario.

    Life Stations - a long article bemoaning the lack of life-saving stations on ...

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    p.1 Barque Garden Island - [Hamilton Times] - details of vessel in storm off Ireland; Capt. William Zealand in command, brother of Capt. Ed Zealand who was lost with ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1880
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    p.3 Prepare For the Change - If Oswego vessel-owners are selling out they are doubtless preparing to build the larger craft that the new enlarged Welland Canal will admit of. It is stated that the new canal will be ready by the middle of next summer, or in any ...

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    p.3 Prepare For the Change - If Oswego vessel-owners are selling out they are doubtless preparing to build the larger craft that the new enlarged Welland Canal will admit ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1880
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    p.3 The sch. Flora Carveth has been advertised and will be sold if all claims against her are not settled in 6 days.

    Mr. C.W. Crowley, of Kingston, has been elected Assistant Secretary of the Chicago Sailor' Benevolent Union. One of the chief reforms to be discussed ...

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    p.3 The sch. Flora Carveth has been advertised and will be sold if all claims against her are not settled in 6 days.

    Mr. C.W. Crowley, of Kingston, has been ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1880
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    p.3 W.R. Taylor - Western exchanges report that the tug Winslow, with the sch. W.R. Taylor, has arrived at Northport, Mich. There were 3000 bushels of grain in the vessel. One pump was keeping her free. She will be beached there for the winter. Great difficulty is experienced in ...

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    p.3 W.R. Taylor - Western exchanges report that the tug Winslow, with the sch. W.R. Taylor, has arrived at Northport, Mich. There were 3000 bushels of grain in the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 13, 1880
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    p.3 Notice of Motion - The loss of life on the lakes last season has led Mr. Fleming to give notice of an enquiry as to whether it is the intention of the Government to increase the number of storm signal stations, and also whether steps will be taken ...

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    p.3 Notice of Motion - The loss of life on the lakes last season has led Mr. Fleming to give notice of an enquiry as to whether it is ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1880
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    Maritime News.

    The sch. Eureka is discharging a load of coal at McMillan's malt-house.

    The boiler for the str. Gypsy has arrived and will be placed in the boat at Swift's wharf.

    The tugs Franklin & Wren have been taken to the ...

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    Maritime News.

    The sch. Eureka is discharging a load of coal at McMillan's malt-house.

    The boiler for the str. Gypsy has arrived and will be placed in the boat at ...

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