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  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Dec. 9, 1882 Supplement
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    WRECK OF THE HENRY FOLGER

    Last week we noticed the narrow escape from wreck on Lake Erie of the schooner Henry Folger, with a cargo of coal for Brockville from Cleveland. She was caught in a gale and lost most of the canvas, jib-boom, top masts, and had the deck ...

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    WRECK OF THE HENRY FOLGER

    Last week we noticed the narrow escape from wreck on Lake Erie of the schooner Henry Folger, with a cargo of coal for Brockville from ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Oct. 28, 1882
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  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), June 17, 1882 p.3
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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, June 14th - Letters have been received here today by the owners of the steambarge Vanderbilt which confirm the report circulated to the effect that that steamer had been destroyed by fire on Saturday morning, the 10th ...

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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, June 14th - Letters have been received here today by the owners of the steambarge Vanderbilt which confirm the report circulated to the effect that that ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), May 27, 1882 p.3
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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, May 22nd - Scarcely has navigation opened; scarcely has the awakening of trade caused by the breaking up of the long and dreary winter opened, when the news was received of the loss of one of the finest propellers that ...

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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, May 22nd - Scarcely has navigation opened; scarcely has the awakening of trade caused by the breaking up of the long and dreary winter opened, when ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 30, 1882
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    p.3 Here & There - meeting of Dry Dock Co. postponed.

    Straight Repudiation - Capt. Dennis of Clayton denies accusations against people of Salmon Point in connection with wreck of Henry Folger.

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    p.3 Here & There - meeting of Dry Dock Co. postponed.

    Straight Repudiation - Capt. Dennis of Clayton denies accusations against people of Salmon Point in connection with wreck of ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 29, 1882
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    p.3 Dry Dock - An effort will be made to have the Power dry dock completed next season, and to arrange matters to that end there will be a meeting of the shareholders this evening. Applications will be made to the Dominion Government for the grant promised the Company.

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    p.3 Dry Dock - An effort will be made to have the Power dry dock completed next season, and to arrange matters to that end there will be a ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1882
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    LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.

    A "Mariner" writes to the Mail in advocacy of the erection of life-saving stations on the lake side of Prince Edward County. He quotes the speech made by Mr. J.S. McQuaig in the House of Commons in March, 1881, when $3,000 were ...

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    LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.

    A "Mariner" writes to the Mail in advocacy of the erection of life-saving stations on the lake side of Prince Edward County. He quotes the speech made ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 27, 1882
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    p.3 Here & There - There has been a transfer of property from the St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Company to Montreal Transportation Company.

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    p.3 Here & There - There has been a transfer of property from the St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Company to Montreal Transportation Company.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 22, 1882
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 21, 1882
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    p.1 Hay Bay Disaster - tragedy of 1819 recalled - ten drowned.

    p.3 Life Saving Station - Captain W.D. Andrews will remain in Toronto for the winter, take charge of the Wiman Island Baths next summer, and after the close of the bathing season enter the United ...

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    p.1 Hay Bay Disaster - tragedy of 1819 recalled - ten drowned.

    p.3 Life Saving Station - Captain W.D. Andrews will remain in Toronto for the winter, take charge ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 20, 1882
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 19, 1882
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    A NEW COMPANY.

    Rumour in the city yesterday said the Montreal Transportation Company had purchased the stock and plant of the St. Lawrence and Chicago Forwarding Co., or that they had amalgamated, some of those in the smaller corporation retaining ...

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    A NEW COMPANY.

    Rumour in the city yesterday said the Montreal Transportation Company had purchased the stock and plant of the St. Lawrence and Chicago Forwarding Co., or that ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 18, 1882
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 16, 1882
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    There is a large fleet of vessels in port this year, and there is every indication that during the winter extensive repairs will be made. The vessels that have laid up are as follows:

    In Portsmouth harbour - Schooners M. ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    There is a large fleet of vessels in port this year, and there is every indication that during the winter extensive repairs will be made. The vessels ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 15, 1882
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    p.3 Sale of a Steamer - Armenia sold by Messrs. E.H. Rathbun & Sons to W.J. Brown, of St. Ignace, Mich., for $12,000; he is a Canadian citizen, otherwise he could not become the owner of a British bottom.

    Was Not Drowned - managed to get scow to safety at ...

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    p.3 Sale of a Steamer - Armenia sold by Messrs. E.H. Rathbun & Sons to W.J. Brown, of St. Ignace, Mich., for $12,000; he is a Canadian citizen, otherwise ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 14, 1882
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    p.1 Where Did She Sink - The schr. Radiant, Capt. John Cary, of Clayton, left Toledo on Nov. 19th, 1857, loaded for Oswego, and was overtaken by a storm on Lake Erie, and foundered with all hands. The storm commenced on Nov. 19th, and lasted till the 21st, and ...

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    p.1 Where Did She Sink - The schr. Radiant, Capt. John Cary, of Clayton, left Toledo on Nov. 19th, 1857, loaded for Oswego, and was overtaken by a storm ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 13, 1882
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    p.3 The Public Slips - str. Rothesay to lay up at foot of William Street; public unhappy; Mayor should clear his barges out of Barrack and Queen street slips.

    Here & There - barges Huron and Cherokee, towed by Gardiner, last two of K. & M. Forwarding Co.'s ...

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    p.3 The Public Slips - str. Rothesay to lay up at foot of William Street; public unhappy; Mayor should clear his barges out of Barrack and Queen street slips.

    Here ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 12, 1882
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    p.1 City Council - Petition of Mr. Thos. Taylor and others relative to vessels - referred to Court of Revision.

    Petition of Capt. Samuel Fraser and others relative to the nuisance of coal tar in the harbour - Referred to Committee on Wharves and Harbours.

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    p.1 City Council - Petition of Mr. Thos. Taylor and others relative to vessels - referred to Court of Revision.

    Petition of Capt. Samuel Fraser and others relative to the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1882
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    p.2 Capt. Donnelly to go to Gulf to look after Dominion Wrecking & Salvage Co. contracts.

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    MARINE NEWS.

    The schooner A.G. Ryan is loading barley at Gananoque for Cape Vincent.

    The steamer Maud did not arrive from the ...

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    p.2 Capt. Donnelly to go to Gulf to look after Dominion Wrecking & Salvage Co. contracts.

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    MARINE NEWS.

    The schooner A.G. Ryan is loading barley at Gananoque for Cape ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 9, 1882
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    THE POOR SAILORS.

    The tug McArthur is still at the rescue of the schr. Eliza Quinlan, ashore at Poplar Point. The vessel is owned by William Vankleek and Jacob Collier of South Marysburg. The Picton Gazette says that, before their rescue the crew ...

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    THE POOR SAILORS.

    The tug McArthur is still at the rescue of the schr. Eliza Quinlan, ashore at Poplar Point. The vessel is owned by William Vankleek and Jacob ...

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