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  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 13 May 1897
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    p.1 Winter Navigation - Sweden looking to America for information - examining ice-crushing ferry Saint Marie at Detroit dry-dock.

    p.4 Wind and Wave - Fabiola.

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    p.1 Winter Navigation - Sweden looking to America for information - examining ice-crushing ferry Saint Marie at Detroit dry-dock.

    p.4 Wind and Wave - Fabiola.

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  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 12 May 1897
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    p.4 Business Sliding Away - from M.T. Co.; Prescott getting business; Capt. Gaskin's explanation.

    Wind And Wave - Laura D., Nellie Hunter, sloops Echo and Madcap, sloop Carlton, Fleetwing, Fabiola.

    -The schr. Grantham, used for storage purposes at Portsmouth, has been ...

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    p.4 Business Sliding Away - from M.T. Co.; Prescott getting business; Capt. Gaskin's explanation.

    Wind And Wave - Laura D., Nellie Hunter, sloops Echo and Madcap, sloop Carlton, Fleetwing, Fabiola.

    -The ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 11 May 1897
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    p.1 Capt. Trowell, of the prop. Ocean, wired the Calvin Company yesterday, from Morrisburg, saying the propeller Ocean was aground near head of rapid du plat. They despatched Capt. Doyle with the tug Reginald to her assistance, and succeeded in relieving her from her perilous ...

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    p.1 Capt. Trowell, of the prop. Ocean, wired the Calvin Company yesterday, from Morrisburg, saying the propeller Ocean was aground near head of rapid du plat. They despatched Capt. ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 10 May 1897
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  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 8 May 1897
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    p.4 Looking For An Elevator - If the City Council does not wake up, an elevator will be erected in Portsmouth before there is one started in Kingston. A petition is being hawked about the village, and liberally signed, asking the real estate owners to consent to the Village ...

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    p.4 Looking For An Elevator - If the City Council does not wake up, an elevator will be erected in Portsmouth before there is one started in Kingston. A ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 5 May 1897
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    p.1 Steamer Rosedale - after being ashore in St. Lawrence, $5,000 to repair at Detroit.

    p.4 DRAWBACKS OF PINFLATS

    Why The Insurance Companies No Longer Cover Them

    A despatch to the papers on Tuesday stated "that the Insurance ...

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    p.1 Steamer Rosedale - after being ashore in St. Lawrence, $5,000 to repair at Detroit.

    p.4 DRAWBACKS OF PINFLATS

    Why The Insurance Companies No Longer Cover Them

    A despatch to ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 4 May 1897
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    p.1 WILL NOT INSURE PINFLATS

    Montreal, May 4th - The insurance companies chartered in Canada have decided not to insure barges known as pinflats, carrying grain, and no Canadian company will take a risk upon them. That this is a most momentous decision for this port ...

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    p.1 WILL NOT INSURE PINFLATS

    Montreal, May 4th - The insurance companies chartered in Canada have decided not to insure barges known as pinflats, carrying grain, and no Canadian company ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 1 May 1897
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    p.2 OPENING OF THE CANALS

    Grain men, and especially those engaged in the transportation business by canal, have been in somewhat of a state of anxiety regarding the opening of the canals, as ocean steamers are on their way up the river, and half a million bushels of grain ...

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    p.2 OPENING OF THE CANALS

    Grain men, and especially those engaged in the transportation business by canal, have been in somewhat of a state of anxiety regarding the opening of ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 30 Apr 1897
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    p.4 WIND AND WAVE

    Along the Wharves - What The Sailors Are Doing - Movement of Vessels

    -The Rosedale left for Buffalo last night.

    -The steamer North King opens her season's work on Sunday.

    -The sloop Amelia left for Bay ports last ...

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    p.4 WIND AND WAVE

    Along the Wharves - What The Sailors Are Doing - Movement of Vessels

    -The Rosedale left for Buffalo last night.

    -The steamer North King opens her season's ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 29 Apr 1897
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    WIND AND WAVE.

    The Bannockburn entered the Government dry-dock this morning.

    The steamer Rosedale, on grounding at Rock Island light, broke her wheel, which is being replaced by a new one.

    Three pinflats loaded 40,000 bushels of oats, ...

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    WIND AND WAVE.

    The Bannockburn entered the Government dry-dock this morning.

    The steamer Rosedale, on grounding at Rock Island light, broke her wheel, which is being replaced by a new ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 28 Apr 1897
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    p.4 Accident To The Rosedale

    On Monday night at 10 o'clock the steamer Rosedale, one of the largest steel steamships on the lakes, ran ashore at Rock Island Light, River St. Lawrence, and badly damaged one of the bottom plates in her hull. The Rosedale was upward bound, ...

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    p.4 Accident To The Rosedale

    On Monday night at 10 o'clock the steamer Rosedale, one of the largest steel steamships on the lakes, ran ashore at Rock Island Light, River ...

  • Daily News (Kingston, ON), 27 Apr 1897
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    p.1 The S.S. Bannockburn Ashore

    Within twenty-four hours the Montreal Transportation Company has suffered great losses. Yesterday afternoon tugs cleared for Montreal with twenty barges loaded with wheat. The tugs Bronson and Walker left with eight barges laden with nearly ...

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    p.1 The S.S. Bannockburn Ashore

    Within twenty-four hours the Montreal Transportation Company has suffered great losses. Yesterday afternoon tugs cleared for Montreal with twenty barges loaded with wheat. The tugs ...

  • Ogdensburg Advance and St. Lawrence Weekly Democrat (Ogdensburg, NY), Thurs., 13 May 1897, page 5
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  • Ogdensburg Advance and St. Lawrence Weekly Democrat (Ogdensburg, NY), Thurs., 11 Nov 1897, page 5
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Dec 1897
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    THE R. & O. N. CO. LOSE.

    Montreal, Dec. 31st - Justice Lemieux has given judgement in favor of Ernest Lecours for $200 against the Richelieu & Ontario navigation company, as damages. Mr. Lecours was coming down from Toronto by the Corsican ...

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    THE R. & O. N. CO. LOSE.

    Montreal, Dec. 31st - Justice Lemieux has given judgement in favor of Ernest Lecours for $200 against the Richelieu & Ontario navigation ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Dec 1897
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Dec 1897
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Dec 1897
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    p.2 Last Meeting of Council - (part) Ald. Livingston said that Richardson & Sons intended erecting a new elevator, and in view of the fact he moved, seconded by Ald. Allen, that the firm be granted exemption from taxation for a period of ten years. Adopted.

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    p.2 Last Meeting of Council - (part) Ald. Livingston said that Richardson & Sons intended erecting a new elevator, and in view of the fact he moved, seconded by ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Dec 1897
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1897
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    STEAMER ROSEDALE IN PORT.

    Abandoned, But Afterwards Successfully Floated.

    Congratulations! congratulations! congratulations! These are the initial words of many telegrams received by the Donnelly wrecking company from hosts of ...

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    STEAMER ROSEDALE IN PORT.

    Abandoned, But Afterwards Successfully Floated.

    Congratulations! congratulations! congratulations! These are the initial words of many telegrams received by the Donnelly wrecking company from hosts of ...

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