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  • Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Sun. Feb. 8, 1874
    TextNewspaper       * this figure erroneous by about 800%. Total tonnage of the scows shown adds up to 3,890.72 tons and the grand total to 73,954.89. ...
    TextNewspaper     * this figure erroneous by about 800%. Total tonnage of the scows shown adds up to 3,890.72 tons and the grand total to 73,954.89. ...
  • Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), July 8, 1874
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    The bark John Broden arrived in port yesterday afternoon in a disabled condition, having sprung her foremast head in the bounds while passing through the Straits of Mackinaw. The mast had to be used rather gingerly on the passage, and the top gallant yard was sent down to relieve the ...

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    The bark John Broden arrived in port yesterday afternoon in a disabled condition, having sprung her foremast head in the bounds while passing through the Straits of Mackinaw. The mast ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Frozen - ice last night formed, but ferries are still running.

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    p.2 Frozen - ice last night formed, but ferries are still running.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Imports - 29.

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    p.2 Imports - 29.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Dec 1874
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    p.3 Imports - 26.

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    p.3 Imports - 26.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Daly's Dredges - the proprietor of dredges working in Canada for Gov't, Mr. Daly of Ogdensburg, entertained employees, and thanked Chief Engineer Bently of Kingston for his expertise.

    -Imports - 23.

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    p.2 Daly's Dredges - the proprietor of dredges working in Canada for Gov't, Mr. Daly of Ogdensburg, entertained employees, and thanked Chief Engineer Bently of Kingston for his expertise.

    -Imports ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Dec 1874
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    p.3 Statistics - on a list of ship-owning ports, Kingston is 8th overall and first of those on lakes.

    p.4 Imports - 21,22.

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    p.3 Statistics - on a list of ship-owning ports, Kingston is 8th overall and first of those on lakes.

    p.4 Imports - 21,22.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Dec 1874
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    p.2 City Council - By-law - to close Union St. slip for the purpose of the Power Graving Dock erection, as authorized by special act passed in the Ontario Legislature, which received the Lieutenant-Governor's sanction today....

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    p.2 City Council - By-law - to close Union St. slip for the purpose of the Power Graving Dock erection, as authorized by special act passed in the Ontario ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Imports - 19.

    -Frozen Over - The harbor was today frozen ever with a light coat of ice between the city wharves and Point Frederick shore....

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Imports - 19.

    -Frozen Over - The harbor was today frozen ever with a light coat of ice between the city wharves and Point Frederick shore....

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Imports - 17, 18.

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    p.2 Imports - 17, 18.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Dec 1874
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    p.3 Tug Burned - tug Albert burned at Beauharnois, owned by Capt. Degrosville.

    -Imports - 14-16.

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    p.3 Tug Burned - tug Albert burned at Beauharnois, owned by Capt. Degrosville.

    -Imports - 14-16.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Disastrous to Shippers - low freight rates from stagnation of business and excess tonnage. [Hamilton Times] + addition by [Whig] - at Court of Revision in Kingston last week, 1 vessel owner showed proof of loss of $3000.

    p.3 Forwarding - annual general ...

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    p.2 Disastrous to Shippers - low freight rates from stagnation of business and excess tonnage. [Hamilton Times] + addition by [Whig] - at Court of Revision in Kingston last ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1874
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    p.3 Imports - 5,10.

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    p.3 Imports - 5,10.

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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Gananoque - Queen laid up for winter.

    p.3 Very Generous - A couple of gentlemen, authorities in marine matters, say that there is a general laugh over the credit claimed by Captain Patterson (vide Picton Times) for sacrificing his own interests in ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Gananoque - Queen laid up for winter.

    p.3 Very Generous - A couple of gentlemen, authorities in marine matters, say that there is a general laugh over the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1874
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    p.3 Abandoned - The steamers today returned from the wreck of the schooner Star at the Ducks, bringing the vessel's outfit and eighty tons of her iron cargo. She leaks so badly that she has been abandoned for this season, as also has the Babineau & Gaudry, which lies ...

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    p.3 Abandoned - The steamers today returned from the wreck of the schooner Star at the Ducks, bringing the vessel's outfit and eighty tons of her iron cargo. She ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Wallaceburg - scow Fenton damaged by fire.

    City Council - Petition of Capt. Taylor and many other vessel captains residing here, setting forth that as vessels deteriorate yearly they should not be assessed at their actual value like real estate; that this year there ...

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    p.2 Wallaceburg - scow Fenton damaged by fire.

    City Council - Petition of Capt. Taylor and many other vessel captains residing here, setting forth that as vessels deteriorate yearly they ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Marine News - 20 canal sized schooners are wintering in the Bay. [Clayton Independent]

    -sch. Maize grounded on Mud Island Shoals, near the canal, pulled off by tug Gardner. [Cape Vincent Eagle]

    p.3 Launch - Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock a ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Marine News - 20 canal sized schooners are wintering in the Bay. [Clayton Independent]

    -sch. Maize grounded on Mud Island Shoals, near the canal, pulled off by tug Gardner. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Dec 1874
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    p.2 Cobourg, Dec. 4 - Capt. Williamson and the crew of the Star, which was driven on the rocks at the Ducks off Kingston, arrived safe home this morning. The vessel is not as badly damaged as was reported. The crew were rescued from the wreck by an American ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.2 Cobourg, Dec. 4 - Capt. Williamson and the crew of the Star, which was driven on the rocks at the Ducks off Kingston, arrived safe home this morning. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Dec 1874
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    p.1 Imports - 2-4.

    p.3 Demise - of Edwin Shibley of Harrowsmith, recently Gov't Inspector of Lighthouses.

    The Stranded Vessels - The Chieftain did not work at the sch. Star yesterday, but went up today with the tug Franklin to do the wrecking job. The ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.1 Imports - 2-4.

    p.3 Demise - of Edwin Shibley of Harrowsmith, recently Gov't Inspector of Lighthouses.

    The Stranded Vessels - The Chieftain did not work at the sch. Star ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 Dec 1874
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    p.2

    THE VESSELS ASHORE.

    The str. Chieftain left this morning for the Ducks, as a relief to the schr. Star. The tug Franklin, Capt. Allan, followed her this afternoon. Not a word has been heard from the wreck or the crew, and the fear is increased ...

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    p.2

    THE VESSELS ASHORE.

    The str. Chieftain left this morning for the Ducks, as a relief to the schr. Star. The tug Franklin, Capt. Allan, followed her this afternoon. Not ...

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