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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Marine News in General. Capt. James Sanford of the steambarge John Otis has purchased the barge J. M. Stephenson and will convert her into a steamer, the machinery of the old steamer Cleveland to be placed in her, the work to be done at Manitowoc where the Cleveland will likewise ...

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    Marine News in General. Capt. James Sanford of the steambarge John Otis has purchased the barge J. M. Stephenson and will convert her into a steamer, the machinery of the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Marine News in General. The new steambarge Orion, recently launched at Green Bay, this week took on a cargo of grain at Cargill’s elevator at that port for winter storage. It is thought she will have a capacity for 100,000 bushels of wheat.

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    Marine News in General. The new steambarge Orion, recently launched at Green Bay, this week took on a cargo of grain at Cargill’s elevator at that port for winter storage. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Marine News in General. The Denessen steamers have gone into winter quarters at Green Bay.

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    Marine News in General. The Denessen steamers have gone into winter quarters at Green Bay.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. While coming in from the canal Tuesday night with a scow in tow the Duncan City had a plank stove in her bow where the iron was off, and as she leaked quite freely her owners decided not to send her out with the remaining cargo. ...

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    Local Items of Interest. While coming in from the canal Tuesday night with a scow in tow the Duncan City had a plank stove in her bow where the iron ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Butters, Capt. Reid, lay in port Saturday night, being bound to Menominee for cargo. She went out Sunday afternoon and returned Tuesday morning loaded on her way south. When she reached a point opposite the Merchants wharf she encountered ice so heavy ...

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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Butters, Capt. Reid, lay in port Saturday night, being bound to Menominee for cargo. She went out Sunday afternoon and returned Tuesday morning loaded ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Foster, Capt. C. B. Packard, was placed in ordinary Saturday, it having been decided not to try to make another trip, as was anticipated. She was placed on the sectional dock at the shipyard for a thorough researching before going into winter quarters. ...

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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Foster, Capt. C. B. Packard, was placed in ordinary Saturday, it having been decided not to try to make another trip, as was anticipated. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The Algomah had a hard time of it getting in from Menominee Thursday morning, it requiring about four hours hard “bucking” to force a passage through the windrows of slush ice at the mouth of the bay, and she did not reach her dock here until ...

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    Local Items of Interest. The Algomah had a hard time of it getting in from Menominee Thursday morning, it requiring about four hours hard “bucking” to force a passage through ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. It is stated that the owners of the steamer Cecelia Hill contemplate rebuilding the craft during the ensuing winter, when she is to be lengthened 20 feet. The Hill was in port Saturday and Monday was obliged to take the channel made by the Algomah to ...

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    Local Items of Interest. It is stated that the owners of the steamer Cecelia Hill contemplate rebuilding the craft during the ensuing winter, when she is to be lengthened 20 ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The northwester Saturday night was accompanied by a severe cold wave that caused a heavy coating of ice to cover the bay from the canal to Hill’s point. As the weather continued cold the succeeding days of the week the ice formed out to the mouth ...

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    Local Items of Interest. The northwester Saturday night was accompanied by a severe cold wave that caused a heavy coating of ice to cover the bay from the canal to ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The city of Stiles has gone into winter quarters at Green Bay. Capt. Roulett reports having done a very satisfactory business carrying freight. Negotiations are now pending for the chartering of a steamer for the passenger service, but the deal may not be closed until ...

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    Local Items of Interest. The city of Stiles has gone into winter quarters at Green Bay. Capt. Roulett reports having done a very satisfactory business carrying freight. Negotiations are now ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Sidney O. Neff came in from the lake Wednesday afternoon, bound north, and lay in port until Friday morning awaiting orders. The Algomah broke a channel for her and she proceeded to Menominee to load lumber after which she will go the Grand Haven ...

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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Sidney O. Neff came in from the lake Wednesday afternoon, bound north, and lay in port until Friday morning awaiting orders. The Algomah broke ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. Capt. Ed. Bebeau will be in command of the fish tug Annie D. the ensuing winter while the craft is engaged in fishing out of Baileys Harbor, Capt. Geo S. Wilson having decided to remain at home. Capt. Bebeau took charge the first of the week.

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    Local Items of Interest. Capt. Ed. Bebeau will be in command of the fish tug Annie D. the ensuing winter while the craft is engaged in fishing out of Baileys ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Rand passed through the bay bound down Saturday. On Monday the steambarges Schroeder, Hilton and Dunbar also went through the same way. The latter three returned Tuesday night.

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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Rand passed through the bay bound down Saturday. On Monday the steambarges Schroeder, Hilton and Dunbar also went through the same way. The latter ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The tug Nelson will be kept in commission for a week or so yet in order to keep the ice, broke up around the dry dock, the Pewaukee being billed for a docking, as well as the Nelson herself, before being placed in winter quarters.

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    Local Items of Interest. The tug Nelson will be kept in commission for a week or so yet in order to keep the ice, broke up around the dry dock, ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The steamer Georgia had a hard job of it getting out into Green bay on her way to Menominee Thursday morning, being from 5 o’clock until after noon reaching open water. The slush ice at the entrance was fully five feet thick.

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    Local Items of Interest. The steamer Georgia had a hard job of it getting out into Green bay on her way to Menominee Thursday morning, being from 5 o’clock until ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. A couple of steampumps were sent to Green Bay by Leathem & Smith Monday morning, which are to be used in an effort to raise the sunken steamer Otego, which still lies at the bottom of the river at that port.

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    Local Items of Interest. A couple of steampumps were sent to Green Bay by Leathem & Smith Monday morning, which are to be used in an effort to raise the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The old boxes at the shipyard were raised on the new dock Tuesday and the week has been spent in giving them a thorough recalking and otherwise putting them in first-class condition.

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    Local Items of Interest. The old boxes at the shipyard were raised on the new dock Tuesday and the week has been spent in giving them a thorough recalking and ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The fish tug Liberty got stuck in the ice while coming in from Green bay Tuesday and the tug Nelson went to her assistance and broke a channel to the fish dock of A. Kalmbach.

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    Local Items of Interest. The fish tug Liberty got stuck in the ice while coming in from Green bay Tuesday and the tug Nelson went to her assistance and broke ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Pewaukee, Capt. Sam. Christoferson, and Jos. L. Hurd, Captain Cazallis, arrived in port from Chicago Wednesday night and are now being placed in ordinary.

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    Local Items of Interest. The steambarge Pewaukee, Capt. Sam. Christoferson, and Jos. L. Hurd, Captain Cazallis, arrived in port from Chicago Wednesday night and are now being placed in ordinary.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1900
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    Local Items of Interest. The scow Rambler brought a cargo lumber over from Menominee Saturday for N. S. Washburn & Co., and was placed in winter quarters as soon as the cargo was discharged.

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    Local Items of Interest. The scow Rambler brought a cargo lumber over from Menominee Saturday for N. S. Washburn & Co., and was placed in winter quarters as soon as ...

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