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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Dec 1903
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Dec 1903
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Dec 1903
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1903
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Dec 1903
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    p.4 A Popular Appointment - J.A. Goodearle made assistant general manager of the Thousand Island and St. Lawrence River Steamboat companies; has worked for Folgers for last 18 years.

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    LAKE POOL'S LOSSES

    Disastrous ...

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    p.4 A Popular Appointment - J.A. Goodearle made assistant general manager of the Thousand Island and St. Lawrence River Steamboat companies; has worked for Folgers for last 18 years.

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Dec 1903
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    A MEMORABLE TRIP.

    Anxious To Get The Steamer To Buffalo.

    Detroit, Dec. 15th - The insurance companies are making efforts to get the big steel freighter Hutchinson to Buffalo. They have policies aggregating $425,000 on the ...

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    A MEMORABLE TRIP.

    Anxious To Get The Steamer To Buffalo.

    Detroit, Dec. 15th - The insurance companies are making efforts to get the big steel freighter Hutchinson to Buffalo. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Dec 1903
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    FEW LIVES LOST.

    Only 94 lives were lost on the lakes this season, the smallest number in years. Lake Erie led with 29 deaths. The schooner Emerald, which foundered on Lake Ontario, was the only vessel to lose her entire crew. The wreck of the ...

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    FEW LIVES LOST.

    Only 94 lives were lost on the lakes this season, the smallest number in years. Lake Erie led with 29 deaths. The schooner Emerald, which foundered ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1903
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    Had Rough Passage - steamer New Island Wanderer, Capt. Allen, in snow storm coming from Cape Vincent to Kingston.

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    MARINE NOTES.

    The steamer Arabian arrived at Richardsons' elevator at one o'clock this morning with ...

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    Had Rough Passage - steamer New Island Wanderer, Capt. Allen, in snow storm coming from Cape Vincent to Kingston.

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    MARINE NOTES.

    The steamer Arabian arrived at Richardsons' elevator at ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Dec 1903
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    A ROUGH TRIP.

    The Schooner Robert Macdonald On the Lake.

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    Capt. A. Matthews, of Charlotte, has returned from his trip with his schooner, the Robert McDonald, after a rough experience ...

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    A ROUGH TRIP.

    The Schooner Robert Macdonald On the Lake.

    [Rochester Post-Express]

    Capt. A. Matthews, of Charlotte, has returned from his trip with his schooner, the Robert McDonald, after ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Dec 1903
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    p.1 Grain Been Shipped - figures on shipments from Canadian ports; American ships taking less from Canadian ports because of new Canadian boats.

    Prisoners On Tug - little tug Thistle stuck in ice in middle of Lake Erie for five days.

    p.6 Wolfe Island ...

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    p.1 Grain Been Shipped - figures on shipments from Canadian ports; American ships taking less from Canadian ports because of new Canadian boats.

    Prisoners On Tug - little tug Thistle ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1903
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Dec 1903
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    KEEPER MUST REMAIN

    At Colchester Light While Navigation Is Open.

    Detroit, Dec. 8th - President Livingstone, of the Lake Marine Association, yesterday, received word to the effect that the keeper of the Colchester light in ...

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    KEEPER MUST REMAIN

    At Colchester Light While Navigation Is Open.

    Detroit, Dec. 8th - President Livingstone, of the Lake Marine Association, yesterday, received word to the effect that the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Dec 1903
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    p.1 Sunk By Heavy Ice - Detroit, Dec. 7th - The wooden steamer Siberia of the Gilchrist fleet was cut through by the heavy ice in Lake Erie yesterday and later went to the bottom in Lake St. Clair. She lies about 4 miles above Wind Mill Point, on ...

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    p.1 Sunk By Heavy Ice - Detroit, Dec. 7th - The wooden steamer Siberia of the Gilchrist fleet was cut through by the heavy ice in Lake Erie yesterday ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Dec 1903
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    p.2 Incidents of the Day - The steambarge Kenirving is wintering in the lock at Brewer's Mills.

    The steambarge John Milne will be placed on the Kingston Foundry marine railway for the winter. Extensive improvements are to be made to her hull and machinery.

    There is a ...

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    p.2 Incidents of the Day - The steambarge Kenirving is wintering in the lock at Brewer's Mills.

    The steambarge John Milne will be placed on the Kingston Foundry marine railway ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Dec 1903
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    p.1 Retarded By Storm - no boats arrived at Port Arthur, because of storm on Lake Superior.

    p.2 A Sailor Drowned - Hugh Ralmey of Port Colborne, fell into water in Richardsons' elevator slip, from schooner Danforth.

    Day's Episodes - The schooner ...

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    p.1 Retarded By Storm - no boats arrived at Port Arthur, because of storm on Lake Superior.

    p.2 A Sailor Drowned - Hugh Ralmey of Port Colborne, fell into ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 Dec 1903
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    p.1 Ready To Do The Work - Sarnia, Dec. 3rd - William Reid, of the Reid Wrecking company, will put in a bid for removing the wreck of the steamer Gliddon from St. Clair flats canal before the season closes. The Reid company has decided to enter the race ...

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    p.1 Ready To Do The Work - Sarnia, Dec. 3rd - William Reid, of the Reid Wrecking company, will put in a bid for removing the wreck of the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Dec 1903
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    MARINE NOTES.

    The steambarge Hinckley loaded buckwheat at Richardsons' elevator for Oswego.

    The schooner Metzner cleared from Richardsons' elevator for Prescott with grain.

    The Welland canal will be kept open in all probability until ...

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    MARINE NOTES.

    The steambarge Hinckley loaded buckwheat at Richardsons' elevator for Oswego.

    The schooner Metzner cleared from Richardsons' elevator for Prescott with grain.

    The Welland canal will be kept open in ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Dec 1903
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    STEAM BARGE CLINTON.

    In Trenton Dry Dock, Offered For Sale.

    Trenton, Dec. 1st - The matter of the sale of the steam-barge Clinton, now in dry dock at Trenton, was before Admiralty Judge Hodgins today. The vessel had been in dry ...

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    STEAM BARGE CLINTON.

    In Trenton Dry Dock, Offered For Sale.

    Trenton, Dec. 1st - The matter of the sale of the steam-barge Clinton, now in dry dock at Trenton, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1903
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    p.1 On Her Last Trip - Owen Sound, Nov. 30th - The Canadian Pacific steamship Manitoba, the last of the company's upper lakes fleet to clear for Fort William, left yesterday afternoon with 1,500 tons of west-bound merchandise. She was saluted by the other steamers in the harbor ...

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    p.1 On Her Last Trip - Owen Sound, Nov. 30th - The Canadian Pacific steamship Manitoba, the last of the company's upper lakes fleet to clear for Fort William, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Nov 1903
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    EMERALD LOST.

    This Is Now Regarded As Certain.

    A report went to Toronto that the missing schooner Emerald was at McDonald's Cove, above the upper gap. This proves to be untrue. The captains of the steambarge Nile and schooner ...

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    EMERALD LOST.

    This Is Now Regarded As Certain.

    A report went to Toronto that the missing schooner Emerald was at McDonald's Cove, above the upper gap. This proves to ...

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