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  • Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), September 2, 1908
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    Tonawanda, Sept. 2. -- The steamer Charles Fix with two canal boats in tow as lighters has left Tonawanda for Charlotte via the Welland canal to raise the TITANIA, the steamer recently sunk by a collision with the steamer KINGSTON. Fix Brothers, owners of the TITANIA, have libeled the ...

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    Tonawanda, Sept. 2. -- The steamer Charles Fix with two canal boats in tow as lighters has left Tonawanda for Charlotte via the Welland canal to raise the TITANIA, the ...

  • Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), September 4, 1908
    TextNewspaper       RECKLESS AND UNSKILLFUL NAVIGATION THE CAUSE.

    Capt. Frederick L. R. Pope and Joseph G. Schumacher of the united States Steamboat Inspection service in this district have completed their investigation of the collision of the steamers TITANIA and KINGSTON in Charlotte harbor, ...

    TextNewspaper     RECKLESS AND UNSKILLFUL NAVIGATION THE CAUSE.

    Capt. Frederick L. R. Pope and Joseph G. Schumacher of the united States Steamboat Inspection service in this district have completed their investigation of ...

  • Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), November 19, 1908
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    The tug CLARENCE FIX attempted to tow the hulk of the steamer TITANIA from Charlotte yesterday, but broke away in the strong northwester and returned to Charlotte. The TITANIA is owned by the Fix Brothers of Buffalo and was sunk in August at the entrance to Charlotte Harbor.

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    The tug CLARENCE FIX attempted to tow the hulk of the steamer TITANIA from Charlotte yesterday, but broke away in the strong northwester and returned to Charlotte. The TITANIA is ...

  • Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), November 20, 1908
    TextNewspaper       STEAMER TITANIA LIES IN 60 FEET OF WATER.

    The hulk of the steamer TITANIA, owned by Fix Brothers of Buffalo lies in 60 feet of water off the Devil's Nose, Lake Ontario. She broke away from the CLARENCE FIX on Wednesday and foundered. It is said there is not even ...

    TextNewspaper     STEAMER TITANIA LIES IN 60 FEET OF WATER.

    The hulk of the steamer TITANIA, owned by Fix Brothers of Buffalo lies in 60 feet of water off the Devil's Nose, ...

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