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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The following telegram to the Chicago Inter Ocean from this port is strongly tinctured with a bit of good natured humor. It reads: "The large and powerful wrecking tug J.W. Tillson cleared from here for Manitowoc, with Capt. Packard and crew, to bring the new steambarge Thos. H. Smith to ...
    Newspaper     The following telegram to the Chicago Inter Ocean from this port is strongly tinctured with a bit of good natured humor. It reads: "The large and powerful wrecking tug J.W. ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       A couple of boiler-makers from Manitowoc- Cumberlie and Dumpke -were here the past week for the purpose of examining the boiler of the tug Leathem, which it is proposed to give a thorough overhauling the ensuing winter....
    Newspaper     A couple of boiler-makers from Manitowoc- Cumberlie and Dumpke -were here the past week for the purpose of examining the boiler of the tug Leathem, which it is proposed to ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Kitty Smoke of Sturgeon Bay, was stripped and went into winter quarters. --Manitowoc Times....
    Newspaper     Kitty Smoke of Sturgeon Bay, was stripped and went into winter quarters. --Manitowoc Times....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The Menominee Herald is authority for the statement that the steamer Hawley will go to Milwaukee at the closing of navigation for the purpose of receiving a new boiler and engine during the winter....
    Newspaper     The Menominee Herald is authority for the statement that the steamer Hawley will go to Milwaukee at the closing of navigation for the purpose of receiving a new boiler and ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The tug Gregory took a scow loaded with plank to Manitowoc last Friday night. The lumber will be used in planking the decks of vessels at that port by Rand & Burger, the ship builders....
    Newspaper     The tug Gregory took a scow loaded with plank to Manitowoc last Friday night. The lumber will be used in planking the decks of vessels at that port by Rand ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The Goodrich Co's ice-breaker has been christened the Arctic. She will be commanded by Capt. Perry Edwards, formerly of the tug Commodore Nutt....
    Newspaper     The Goodrich Co's ice-breaker has been christened the Arctic. She will be commanded by Capt. Perry Edwards, formerly of the tug Commodore Nutt....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The frames for the three scows which the Sturgeon Bay Lumber Co. is building here are up, and one of the craft is rapidly nearing completion....
    Newspaper     The frames for the three scows which the Sturgeon Bay Lumber Co. is building here are up, and one of the craft is rapidly nearing completion....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Captain Cox returned from Manitowoc, where he laid up the Kitty Smoke, on the steambarge Thos. H. Smith Thursday night....
    Newspaper     Captain Cox returned from Manitowoc, where he laid up the Kitty Smoke, on the steambarge Thos. H. Smith Thursday night....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The tug Bismark will be struck off to the highest bidder at Chicago. Her successor has been christened Joseph Parett (sic)....
    Newspaper     The tug Bismark will be struck off to the highest bidder at Chicago. Her successor has been christened Joseph Parett (sic)....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       While towing the disabled schooner E.M. Portch from North Bay to Chicago on Friday evening, the tug Parker mistook Horn's Pier for the canal, and ran the vessel with in one hundred feet of the beach when she struck on the reef. After about an hour's of hard pulling the ...
    Newspaper     While towing the disabled schooner E.M. Portch from North Bay to Chicago on Friday evening, the tug Parker mistook Horn's Pier for the canal, and ran the vessel with in ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The steambarge Thos. H. Smith made excellent time in the passage from Manitowoc to this port last week. She left the former port about the middle of the afternoon of Thursday, and arrived here about seven hours afterwards. When it is taken into account that her machinery is all new ...
    Newspaper     The steambarge Thos. H. Smith made excellent time in the passage from Manitowoc to this port last week. She left the former port about the middle of the afternoon of ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       The steambarge Milwaukee, Capt. J. W. Morgan, was in port over Friday night, and on the following morning cleared for Manistee, Mich., where she will lay up. The Milwaukee has been employed in freighting stone from Washington Island to east lake shore ports during the past season, and as this ...
    Newspaper     The steambarge Milwaukee, Capt. J. W. Morgan, was in port over Friday night, and on the following morning cleared for Manistee, Mich., where she will lay up. The Milwaukee has ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Rand & Burger, Manitowoc, will immediately begin the building of a tug for Geo. Pankratz, of that city. She will be 80 feet long, 18 feet beam, and 9 feet hold, and is to cost about $17,000. The tug is intended for towing logs from Peshtigo via the Sturgeon Bay ...
    Newspaper     Rand & Burger, Manitowoc, will immediately begin the building of a tug for Geo. Pankratz, of that city. She will be 80 feet long, 18 feet beam, and 9 feet ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       General Marine Notes. Work on the ship canal was suspended last Thursday and the tug Alert left for Chicago the same day....
    Newspaper     General Marine Notes. Work on the ship canal was suspended last Thursday and the tug Alert left for Chicago the same day....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       General Marine Notes. The little schooner Iris, Capt. A. E. Dow, is laid up at Manitowoc....
    Newspaper     General Marine Notes. The little schooner Iris, Capt. A. E. Dow, is laid up at Manitowoc....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Navigation Notes. The range lights are still kept burning, and will so continue until further orders....
    Newspaper     Navigation Notes. The range lights are still kept burning, and will so continue until further orders....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Navigation Notes. The tugs Gregory and Lawrence are still in commission. All other craft have gone into winter quarters, and navigation as far as shipping is concerned, is practically closed for the season....
    Newspaper     Navigation Notes. The tugs Gregory and Lawrence are still in commission. All other craft have gone into winter quarters, and navigation as far as shipping is concerned, is practically closed ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Throughout the County. The pier at Horseshoe Bay, now owned by J.J. Barringer, has done a profitable season's business during the past year. In fact, it never did so well before since it was built....
    Newspaper     Throughout the County. The pier at Horseshoe Bay, now owned by J.J. Barringer, has done a profitable season's business during the past year. In fact, it never did so well ...
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Aug 1881
    Newspaper       Throughout the County. The mill at Clay Banks will be kept running all winter in sawing shingles....
    Newspaper     Throughout the County. The mill at Clay Banks will be kept running all winter in sawing shingles....
  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 Jun 1888
    Newspaper       She Found It. While the government steamer Dahlia was in port on Monday her officers made soundings off Hill's point reef, and she was so successful in finding what she was looking for that she remained fast for several hours. After vainly endeavoring to work off, the Dahlia was compelled ...
    Newspaper     She Found It. While the government steamer Dahlia was in port on Monday her officers made soundings off Hill's point reef, and she was so successful in finding what she ...
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