The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Newspaper clippings


Records
We found 186 matching items.
Year:  1895 
gallerylist with thumbnailslist
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895,   Oswego, May 4. --The small passenger steamer GUIDE burned and sank at her dock here last night. She is owned by Emma B. Newman of Cape Vincent, and was valued at $8,000. ...
 (18971125), 3 Jan 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 3 Jan 1895,   ... and with 1,500 people on board. She was built near Boston and is elegantly upholstered and fitted out. Semi-Weekly British Whig, Jan. 7, 1895 p.8 Lake Losses For the Year - Detroit, Jan. 4th - The local weather bureau has compiled the losses to lake marine shipping for the year 1894, due to weather...
 (18971125), 14 Jan 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 14 Jan 1895,   ... at her dock at Prescott. Semi-Weekly British Whig, Jan. 17, 1895 nil Semi-Weekly British Whig, Jan. 21, 1895 p.5 Richelieu Company Wins - The famous case of the R. & O. N. Co. against the insurance companies has been settled. It will be remembered that the Richelieu company claimed $40...
 (18971125), 24 Jan 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 24 Jan 1895,   ... for this port, is causing intense excitement among the relatives and friends of the captain and crew. Capt. Ed. Stines had a crew of seven besides the deck hands. The steamer also had one passenger, Joseph Rearle, of St. Joseph, Mich. Semi-Weekly British Whig, Jan. 28, 1895 p.3 A Steamer Fast In The Ice...
 (18971125), 31 Jan 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 31 Jan 1895,   p.1 The Lake Carrying Trade - Chicago, Jan. 28th -A gloomy outlook for the next season's business on the great lakes was taken by James Corrigan, of Cleveland, late president of the lake carrier's association, who was in Chicago last night. He said: "The struggle of the survival of the fittest in...
 (18971125), 4 Feb 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 4 Feb 1895,   ... that marked the road from Kingston to the ferry." Another trip is spoken of, a run from Cape Vincent to Clayton in eleven minutes. The distance is sixteen miles. Semi-Weekly British Whig, Feb. 7, 1895 p.3 Kingston In Brief - Capt. James Delaney, St. Catharines, has been appointed captain of the str...
 (18971125), 14 Feb 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 14 Feb 1895,   ... for service before May 10th. She will run faster than any boat owned by the St. Lawrence river steamboat company. Semi-Weekly British Whig, Feb. 18, 1895 p.5 Handling Wet Grain - William F. Barker, Oswego, N.Y., who for thirty years past has made a business of purchasing grain in sunken vessels, is having...
 (18971125), 21 Feb 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 21 Feb 1895,   p.2 Incidents of the Day - The steamer Magnet, belonging to the Richelieu & Ontario navigation company's fleet, is being rebuilt, and will have her name changed to the Hamilton. Next season she is to ply between the ambitious city, Kingston and Montreal. p.4 To Be Queen of the Fleet - ...
 (18971125), 25 Feb 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 25 Feb 1895,   .... It is not intended that the steamer will tow another vessel although she is quite capable of doing so. She will carry about 40,000 feet of oak. p.5 Kingston In Brief - Capt. Joseph Dix, owner of the steamer Lorelei, has just received a charter from the Rathbun Co., Deseronto, for the Lorelei for 1895 to run between...
 (18971125), 4 Mar 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 4 Mar 1895,   ... of $2,000 on the schr. B.W. Folger, burned last fall near Amherst Island. She was insured for $2,000, with a valuation of $3,000. The company offered $1,350. Semi-Weekly British Whig, March 7, 1895 p.3 District Dashes - Capt. Erastus Forrester will sail the Island Belle, formerly Island Wanderer...
 (18971125), 14 Mar 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 14 Mar 1895,   ... summer. p.7 Marine Paragraphs - Michael Tetro will go as first engineer on Capt. Ira Folger's new steambarge, King Ben. The str. A.G. Lindsay, str. Walter Vail and consort Baltic have been chartered to carry corn from Chicago to Kingston at 2 3/4 cents per bushel. Several changes will occur...
 (18971125), 21 Mar 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 21 Mar 1895,   p.5 A Blaze at Barriefield - fire started in Archibald Rickey's boat-building establishment, at corner of Sharman's lane and Regent street; burned down along with his new house and several others. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. Capt. D. Bates will purchase another vessel. Capt. Horn, Wolfe Island, has...
 (18971125), 25 Mar 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 25 Mar 1895,   ...., 10th April; 1894, do., 15th March. And 1895 bears every indication of being one month later than the previous year. One more brief remark on this subject is worthy of note - that during all this period not one accident has occurred, or a loss been sustained by the travelling public - which may...
 (18971125), 28 Mar 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 28 Mar 1895,   p.3 Marine Notes - The S.S. Campana, owned by Smith & Keeley, of Toronto, has been sold to Montreal parties who will put her in service between Montreal and Pictou, N.S., during the coming season. The ice in the bay, between Deseronto and Picton, is very weak and cannot last much longer. The ...
 (18971125), 1 Apr 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 1 Apr 1895,   ...; James Buckley, Capt. Joseph Lalonde; England, Capt. Fred Depontigny; Ireland, Capt. Damase Letour; Scotland, Capt. Theodule Lepine; Aid, Capt. D. Sauve. No appointments have been made for the barges Argo, Kent and Mary. Semi-Weekly British Whig, April 4, 1895 p.5 MARINE INTELLIGENCE. The steamyachts...
 (18971125), 8 Apr 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 8 Apr 1895,   p.5 MARINE INTELLIGENCE. Joseph Deroche will go first mate with Capt. Ira Folger on the steambarge King Ben. R.L. Sewell, purser on the Richelieu company's lake and river steamers, has been promoted to the position of commander of the Corsican. The str. Niagara goes in the timber trade next...
 (18971125), 11 Apr 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 11 Apr 1895,   ... property appear in the Inland Lloyds vessel register for 1895. At present vessels on the lakes are earning nothing, and the cost of building vessels has declined heavily owing to the industrial depression. For these reasons the values in the register had to be reduced. It would be unfair to permit owners...
 (18971125), 15 Apr 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 15 Apr 1895,   p.1 News from Napanee, April 11th - By the appearance of things along the docks today the opening of navigation may soon be looked for, as the schr. Delaware, str. Reindeer and several smaller crafts are making readiness for the coming season. The captains are looking forward to a more ...
 (18971125), 18 Apr 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 18 Apr 1895,   ... between the freight rates of that year and those of 1895. At Chicago and Duluth recently charters were made for grain to Kingston at 2 1/4 cents and 2 1/2 cents per bushel. Big improvements have been made on the steamer Pierrepont during the winter. She has had new decks, new stairway, cabin refitted...
 (18971125), 22 Apr 1895 
TextNewspapers  (18971125), 22 Apr 1895,   p.5 MARINE PARAGRAPHS. The tug Thistle will go into the fishing business again this season. The str. John Haggart will run this season between Union Park and Brockville. W.B. Carruthers sold his sailing yacht Hebe to Dr. J. Reid, M.P., and Mr. Rogers, Cardinal. The schr. Fabiola purchased by...
gallerylist with thumbnailslist
Comment on this item
Sort
Media Types
Contributors
Years
1890s 1890189118921893189418951896189718981899
Map
Map of locations associated with these pictures. Click on a balloon to do a geographic search.
Item Types
Groups
Creative Commons Rights
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit




My favourites lets you save items you like, tag them and group them into collections for your own personal use. Viewing "My favourites" will open in a new tab. Login here or start a My favourites account.










Kingston Newspaper clippings