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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 2 Dec 1905, p. 1, column 3
    NewspaperText       The steambarge Edward Buckley, Capt. Wm. Gnewuch, arrived in port Wednesday morning and the same day was docked at the shipyard for a searching up and to stop a small leak. The Buckley will make one more trip and then go into winter quarters at Manistee....
    NewspaperText     The steambarge Edward Buckley, Capt. Wm. Gnewuch, arrived in port Wednesday morning and the same day was docked at the shipyard for a searching up and to stop a small ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Apr 1905
    NewspaperText       Capt. William Gnewuch of the tug Welcome, who this week returned to Milwaukee from a visit to his parents at Manistee, Michigan, reports that the steamers Illinois, Missouri and F. & P. M. No. 4 are about ready to sail, and the barges Edward Buckley, Mark E. Covell, C. Reitz, ...
    NewspaperText     Capt. William Gnewuch of the tug Welcome, who this week returned to Milwaukee from a visit to his parents at Manistee, Michigan, reports that the steamers Illinois, Missouri and F. ...
  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), June 8, 1905
    TextNewspaper       HE IGNORED SIGNALS _______ EVEN SHOTS ACROSS THE BOW DIDN'T STOP FISHING TUG CAPTAIN _______ IT WAS SUNK BY THE VIGILANT _______ Canadian Cruiser Tried to Avoid a Collision, but Lorain Skipper's Fool-Hardiness Caused the Loss of Two Sailors' Lives and of ...
    TextNewspaper     HE IGNORED SIGNALS _______ EVEN SHOTS ACROSS THE BOW DIDN'T STOP FISHING TUG CAPTAIN _______ IT WAS SUNK BY THE VIGILANT _______ Canadian Cruiser Tried to Avoid a Collision, but ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Around the Chain of Lakes. Notice is hereby given that a temporary spar buoy, painted white, has been placed to mark the spot on which the vessel will be stationed on Peshtigo reef, Green bay. This buoy bears about SE (true) from Peshtigo shoal buoy ( a red second-class nun) ...
    Newspaper     Around the Chain of Lakes. Notice is hereby given that a temporary spar buoy, painted white, has been placed to mark the spot on which the vessel will be stationed ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Around the Chain of Lakes. The Starke dredging company of Milwaukee has let the contract for the construction of the largest steel dipper dredge ever built on the Great Lakes. It will be 125 feet long and 43 feet beam. The dredge will be built at Buffalo and is to ...
    Newspaper     Around the Chain of Lakes. The Starke dredging company of Milwaukee has let the contract for the construction of the largest steel dipper dredge ever built on the Great Lakes. ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Around the Chain of Lakes. The Nessen Transportation Co., recently organized by J. O. Nessen of Manistee, Mich., open up the new passenger and freight line between Milwaukee, Manistee and Ludington, on Saturday night, when the steamer Manistee (formerly Alice Stafford) left the Cream city port on ...
    Newspaper     Around the Chain of Lakes. The Nessen Transportation Co., recently organized by J. O. Nessen of Manistee, Mich., open up the new passenger and freight line between Milwaukee, Manistee and ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Around the Chain of Lakes. Capt. W. H. Meyer, president of the Milwaukee Tugboat line, has purchased the quarter interest in the tugs of the line owned by G. H. Starke. He already owned a half interest in the fleet, which comprises the tugs W. H. Meyer, W. H. Simpson, ...
    Newspaper     Around the Chain of Lakes. Capt. W. H. Meyer, president of the Milwaukee Tugboat line, has purchased the quarter interest in the tugs of the line owned by G. H. ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The little schooner Arrow, Capt. P. Goodlet, brought in a load of red oak lumber Monday from Rock Island for the N. S. Washburn Co. She likewise recently made two trips to Menominee with cargoes of the same material. Great difficulty is experienced in loading ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The little schooner Arrow, Capt. P. Goodlet, brought in a load of red oak lumber Monday from Rock Island for the N. S. Washburn Co. ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The Sailor Boy, Capt. C. B. Hart, was on Saturday last able to reach the new wharf recently built by B. L. Anderson in front of his premises in Detroit Harbor, being the first steamer of that size to enter that port. This will prove ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The Sailor Boy, Capt. C. B. Hart, was on Saturday last able to reach the new wharf recently built by B. L. Anderson in front ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The dredge of Rieboldt, Wolter & Co. was busy the greater part of the week in digging out a channel alongside the new dock which Thomas H. Smith is having built at the foot of Liberty street. The material excavated is used for filling in ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The dredge of Rieboldt, Wolter & Co. was busy the greater part of the week in digging out a channel alongside the new dock which ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The scow-schooner German, Capt. Thos. Isabell, is engaged in the stone trade, carrying this material to Menominee for the Sturgeon Bay Stone Co., and lumber back. Capt. Isabell this week examined the bottom of the sunken barge Dan Hayes, which will probably be raised ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The scow-schooner German, Capt. Thos. Isabell, is engaged in the stone trade, carrying this material to Menominee for the Sturgeon Bay Stone Co., and lumber ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Fischer and carferry and gasoline schooner Ida Caroline were in a mix-up at the head of the bay Tuesday night, resulting in the latter having her jiboom broken and otherwise shaken up. The tug continued on her way north. The Ida Caroline is ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Fischer and carferry and gasoline schooner Ida Caroline were in a mix-up at the head of the bay Tuesday night, resulting in the ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug George Nelson was this week given a touching up above the water line while lying at the dock of her owners. She will be gotten in readiness to go into commission should her services be needed. Several inquiries have been made with a ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug George Nelson was this week given a touching up above the water line while lying at the dock of her owners. She will ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Lorena on Tuesday went to Cedar River after a raft of logs for the Pankratz company. She arrived in port Wednesday evening, having had a hard pull of it while crossing Green bay during the height of the Southwest gale. The tug Leathem ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Lorena on Tuesday went to Cedar River after a raft of logs for the Pankratz company. She arrived in port Wednesday evening, having ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The steamer, Harriet Hart was docked at the shipyard today (Friday) for the purpose of putting on a new wheel. A chunk was knocked off from one of the buckets by hitting a "dead head" recently, which made a new propeller necessary. Repairs will also ...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The steamer, Harriet Hart was docked at the shipyard today (Friday) for the purpose of putting on a new wheel. A chunk was knocked off ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Hattie Jordan of Gladstone, Capt. Peter Jordan, arrived in port Thursday afternoon, having come here for a scow that had received repairs at the shipyard. Clarence E. Long adjusted the boat's compass while she was in port....
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Hattie Jordan of Gladstone, Capt. Peter Jordan, arrived in port Thursday afternoon, having come here for a scow that had received repairs at ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. Clarence E. Long on Friday adjusted the compass on the steamer Sailor Boy. On Tuesday he went to Green Bay where the following day he adjusted the compasses on the tugs Bennett, Boutin, Torrent and Mae Martel....
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. Clarence E. Long on Friday adjusted the compass on the steamer Sailor Boy. On Tuesday he went to Green Bay where the following day he ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Leathem took the stone-laden scow Dohearty to Manitowoc Monday, returning here Wednesday. She was held up Tuesday by adverse winds, being unable to unload....
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. The tug Leathem took the stone-laden scow Dohearty to Manitowoc Monday, returning here Wednesday. She was held up Tuesday by adverse winds, being unable to ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. Among the craft to pass through the bay Sunday was the schooner H. Ransom, under canvas and bound north. The schooner R. H. Becker also came in Monday...
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. Among the craft to pass through the bay Sunday was the schooner H. Ransom, under canvas and bound north. The schooner R. H. Becker also ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 May 1905
    Newspaper       Picked Up Around the Docks. Repairs were completed on the steamer Beaver, Capt. P. D. Campbell, Wednesday evening, soon after which she took her departure for Charlevoix....
    Newspaper     Picked Up Around the Docks. Repairs were completed on the steamer Beaver, Capt. P. D. Campbell, Wednesday evening, soon after which she took her departure for Charlevoix....
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Early Lake Michigan area newspapers