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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Duncan City, Capt. Fred. Johnson, and her big barge No. 1, is trading between Lake Huron ports and Cleveland, Ohio, or was at last reports. She is carrying telegraph poles and cedar posts and on the last trip had the largest single cargo ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Duncan City, Capt. Fred. Johnson, and her big barge No. 1, is trading between Lake Huron ports and Cleveland, Ohio, or was at ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Louis Pahlow, Capt. John Higgie, was docked at the shipyard Thursday of last week for the purpose of having a new wheel put on, the old one having been broken while turning around in the river at Nahma by striking some unseen obstruction. ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Louis Pahlow, Capt. John Higgie, was docked at the shipyard Thursday of last week for the purpose of having a new wheel put ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The little fishing tug Elsa M. of Kewaunee, Capt. Chas. Allen is receiving a thorough topside overhauling and when discharged from the shipyard she will be practically as good as new. A year ago she was rebuilt from the keel upâ€"frames, planking, decks, deck ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The little fishing tug Elsa M. of Kewaunee, Capt. Chas. Allen is receiving a thorough topside overhauling and when discharged from the shipyard she will ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. Diver Purdy on Sunday examined the bottom of the tug Smith for the purpose of locating a leak that was giving more or less trouble, but as repairs could not be made without docking she was put on the boxes at the shipyard Monday for ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. Diver Purdy on Sunday examined the bottom of the tug Smith for the purpose of locating a leak that was giving more or less trouble, ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Lucy Graham, Capt. G. Goodletson, was on the boxes at the shipyard within the week, during which she was fitted out with a new forefoot and had her bottom calked. The Graham is one of the old times in these waters, having been ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Lucy Graham, Capt. G. Goodletson, was on the boxes at the shipyard within the week, during which she was fitted out with a ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The Green company’s fleet of stone carriers were on Saturday placed in ordinary temporarily, there being nothing for the boats to do at the present time. The fleet consists of the tug Torrent and barges Butman and Carpenter.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The Green company’s fleet of stone carriers were on Saturday placed in ordinary temporarily, there being nothing for the boats to do at the present ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steamer New City of Baltimore is employed in carrying material to the handle factory whenever the stock is needed. Outside of this Capt. Isabell finds little to do along about this time.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steamer New City of Baltimore is employed in carrying material to the handle factory whenever the stock is needed. Outside of this Capt. Isabell ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Anabel of Manistique, Capt. John Coffee, arrived here yesterday afternoon to go into dry dock. The craft will receive a general rebuild, and when discharged will be in A1 condition.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Anabel of Manistique, Capt. John Coffee, arrived here yesterday afternoon to go into dry dock. The craft will receive a general rebuild, and ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. Among the craft at the Dunham yards are the following: Tug Chicago for calking and minor repairs to bottom. The steamer Searchlight for calking and minor repairs to hull. The gasoline yacht Illinois for some repairs to her stern. The fine steam yacht sea Fox was released ...

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    Items From Chicago. Among the craft at the Dunham yards are the following: Tug Chicago for calking and minor repairs to bottom. The steamer Searchlight for calking and minor repairs ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. The smaller class of yachts that took in the races on Saturday had a pretty hard time of it in the heavy northerly blow that set in. Some of them were dismasted, while others reached port in a badly crippled condition. There was also a private gasoline ...

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    Items From Chicago. The smaller class of yachts that took in the races on Saturday had a pretty hard time of it in the heavy northerly blow that set in. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. The tug J. H. Hackley is now being painted and got in readiness for tests to be made by the government of the smoke consumer with which she is equipped. She may make a trip around the lakes, touching at all principal ports for the purpose of ...

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    Items From Chicago. The tug J. H. Hackley is now being painted and got in readiness for tests to be made by the government of the smoke consumer with which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. While the steamer Arundel was backing up near her dock at Saugatuck, Mich., she fetched up on the bottom in the shallow water and twisted the rudder stock. She was able to reach Chicago, where Diver Chas. Gunderson made an examination of her injuries.

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    Items From Chicago. While the steamer Arundel was backing up near her dock at Saugatuck, Mich., she fetched up on the bottom in the shallow water and twisted the rudder ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. The schooner George Marsh has been placed in ordinary in one of the basin slips. At the present time things don’t look very good for sailing vessels on the Great Lakes.

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    Items From Chicago. The schooner George Marsh has been placed in ordinary in one of the basin slips. At the present time things don’t look very good for sailing vessels ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. Capt. Ed Minoquin of the William H., played the part of a hero one day last week by rescuing a horse that had backed off a dock into the river.

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    Items From Chicago. Capt. Ed Minoquin of the William H., played the part of a hero one day last week by rescuing a horse that had backed off a dock ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Jul 1910
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    Items From Chicago. Capt. John Odell is now filling the position of day foreman at the dock of the Pittsburg Coal Co., north pier.

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    Items From Chicago. Capt. John Odell is now filling the position of day foreman at the dock of the Pittsburg Coal Co., north pier.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1910
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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. When the steambarge I. N. Foster, Capt. C. B. Packard, and consorts Andrew, Ida Corning and Mott arrived in port yesterday they were placed in ordinary temporarily and will probably be idle a couple of weeks. This is caused by a delay at Ludington, where ...

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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. When the steambarge I. N. Foster, Capt. C. B. Packard, and consorts Andrew, Ida Corning and Mott arrived in port yesterday they were placed in ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1910
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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. The Leathem & Smith company have been awarded the contract by the government to furnish 7,200 tons of rip-rap stone for the work at Ludington. Each one of these stone must weight not less than three nor more than five tons each. It will be ...

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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. The Leathem & Smith company have been awarded the contract by the government to furnish 7,200 tons of rip-rap stone for the work at Ludington. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1910
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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. The tug Shipman pulled the new tug Hunsader out of the pocket Saturday, where she rested on the bottom. She now lies at the outer end of the wharf at the foot of Liberty street. This craft draws 12 8 (sic) feet after in her ...

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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. The tug Shipman pulled the new tug Hunsader out of the pocket Saturday, where she rested on the bottom. She now lies at the outer ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1910
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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. The North Manitou Shoal lightship left port Sunday, being taken to her destination by the lighthouse steamer Sumac. The department has sent out notices of the change in the markings of the shoal now marked by this lightship. Indiana shoal, which it was originally ...

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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. The North Manitou Shoal lightship left port Sunday, being taken to her destination by the lighthouse steamer Sumac. The department has sent out notices of ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Aug 1910
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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. Rieboldt & Wolter are having a couple of the sections of their floating docks rebuilt above the water line during the temporary lull in the work in this line. They also are making preparations to build a larger office building, as well as making extensive ...

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    Gathered In the Local Harbor. Rieboldt & Wolter are having a couple of the sections of their floating docks rebuilt above the water line during the temporary lull in the ...

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