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Canadian Marine News

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Year:  1905  Groups:  Canadian Marine News   Sort by:  Relevance
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Sault Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 3 Nov 1905 
TextNewspapers    Belonged to Kaliyuga Bodies of two of its crew found yesterday That of Cook Charles Laflamme Washed ashore at Southampton- The other at Port Elgin Port Elgin Ont. Nov. 3.- The body of a man evidently from the steamer Kaliyuga, was found on the breakwater here yesterday. He had on a life ...
Evening News (Benton Harbor, MI), 1 Nov. 1905 
TextNewspapers    Storm on Lakes Superior's seas are running high today No Serious Accident Reported So Far Feared that lumber barges may go on rocks Steamer Tionesta went aground at Six Mile Point during heavy snow squall on Hay Lake today but was released Boats coming in from Lake Superior announce that...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), June 9, 1905 
TextNewspapers    NO ACTION LIKELY _______ AS RESULT OF THE SINKING OF FISHING TUG GRACIE M _______ Ottawa, June 8. - Commander Spain, of the marine department, will leave tonight for Port Stanley to investigate the circumstances connected with the running down of the American fishing tug Gracie M. by the ...
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Canadian Marine News