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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Dec 1904
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Dec 1904
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Dec 1904
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Dec 1904
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    DIED IN OSWEGO.

    Capt. James Pappa died in Oswego on Sunday night, after an illness of several months. He was born in Bath, Ont., in 1830. As a youth he travelled extensively, visiting Nicaragua and Panama, and later California. Returning to Oswego ...

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    DIED IN OSWEGO.

    Capt. James Pappa died in Oswego on Sunday night, after an illness of several months. He was born in Bath, Ont., in 1830. As a youth ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Dec 1904
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1904
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    p.1 The Wacondah Here - This morning the tug Emerson again went up the harbor, breaking a passage for the steamer Wahcondah, which came from Fort William with wheat for the M.T. company elevator. It is a long time since a vessel had to be thus received at the ...

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    p.1 The Wacondah Here - This morning the tug Emerson again went up the harbor, breaking a passage for the steamer Wahcondah, which came from Fort William with wheat ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Dec 1904
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    p.2 Marine Intelligence - The craft in winter quarters at Oswego are: barges Alberta, Adele, Lucy, Frontenac, Doris; steambarges Samuel Marshall, St. Joseph, Omaha and Monteagle; tugs Navagh and Charley Ferris; U.S government dredge Frontenac; Hannan & Daly's dredge No. 3; ...

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    p.2 Marine Intelligence - The craft in winter quarters at Oswego are: barges Alberta, Adele, Lucy, Frontenac, Doris; steambarges Samuel Marshall, St. Joseph, Omaha and Monteagle; tugs Navagh and ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Dec 1904
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    Marine Notes.

    It has been decided that the steamer Pellatt will winter at the M.T. company wharf instead of going back to Toronto.

    The steamer Wahcondah is expected at the M.T. company elevator tomorrow with a cargo of wheat from Fort ...

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    Marine Notes.

    It has been decided that the steamer Pellatt will winter at the M.T. company wharf instead of going back to Toronto.

    The steamer Wahcondah is expected at the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Dec 1904
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    WILL BET MONEY

    On The Thomas Fawcett's Power To Break Ice.

    Kingston, Dec. 13th - To The Editor:

    In your issue of the 12th you make reference to the steamer Pierrepont being much missed by the islanders in breaking the ice ...

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    WILL BET MONEY

    On The Thomas Fawcett's Power To Break Ice.

    Kingston, Dec. 13th - To The Editor:

    In your issue of the 12th you make reference to the steamer ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Dec 1904
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    p.1 The Fairmount Released - Sault Ste. Marie, Dec. 13th - The Canadian steamer Monkshaven was released after lightering about 600 tons of her coal cargo. The Fairmount was also released. Both boats are apparently uninjured.

    p.2 Bought Schooner Annandale - ...

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    p.1 The Fairmount Released - Sault Ste. Marie, Dec. 13th - The Canadian steamer Monkshaven was released after lightering about 600 tons of her coal cargo. The Fairmount was ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1904
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    ON THE LAKES

    Casualties During the Past Year.

    Chicago, Dec. 12th - Sailing the great lakes during the season of navigation just closed has probably been the healthiest occupation in which men are engaged in earning a livelihood. ...

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    ON THE LAKES

    Casualties During the Past Year.

    Chicago, Dec. 12th - Sailing the great lakes during the season of navigation just closed has probably been the healthiest occupation ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Dec 1904
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    p.1 Steamer Grounded - Sault Ste. Marie, Dec. 10th - The Canadian steamer Westmount grounded, last night, below the Dyke. She is out about one and one-half feet forward. Tugs have gone to her assistance.

    The Westmount belongs to the Montreal Transportation company and Mr. ...

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    p.1 Steamer Grounded - Sault Ste. Marie, Dec. 10th - The Canadian steamer Westmount grounded, last night, below the Dyke. She is out about one and one-half feet forward. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1904
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    p.1 Reached Chatham - Windsor, Dec. 9th - W.J. Pulling, owner of the steamer Juno, has received word that his boat, the schooner Spademan, which was fast in the ice near the mouth of the Thames river for several days and the tug that was hired to break the ...

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    p.1 Reached Chatham - Windsor, Dec. 9th - W.J. Pulling, owner of the steamer Juno, has received word that his boat, the schooner Spademan, which was fast in the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Dec 1904
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    LIKELY TO GET THERE.

    Detroit, Dec. 8th - A telephone message from Chatham says the schooner Spademan was dug out of the ice, below the mouth of the Thames river, in Lake St. Clair, by a tug, yesterday, and with the steamer Juno had succeeded in ...

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    LIKELY TO GET THERE.

    Detroit, Dec. 8th - A telephone message from Chatham says the schooner Spademan was dug out of the ice, below the mouth of the Thames ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Dec 1904
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    p.1 To Deepen Channel - Detroit, Dec. 7th - want to provide 20 foot channel in Detroit River, will need increased appropriatons.

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The steamer Topeka, of the Milwaukee line, which brought corn to Richardsons' ...

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    p.1 To Deepen Channel - Detroit, Dec. 7th - want to provide 20 foot channel in Detroit River, will need increased appropriatons.

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The steamer Topeka, of the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Dec 1904
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    p.1 Ice Five Inches Thick - Chatham, Dec. 6th - The schooner Spademan, with a cargo of 18,000 bushels of wheat for the Canada Milling company of this place, is ice-bound in Lake St. Clair, about two miles from the lighthouse marking the entrance to the Thames river. The ...

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    p.1 Ice Five Inches Thick - Chatham, Dec. 6th - The schooner Spademan, with a cargo of 18,000 bushels of wheat for the Canada Milling company of this place, ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Dec 1904
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    TO KEEP HARBOR FREE.

    Sarnia, Dec. 5th - The tug Reid of the Reid Wrecking company, left last evening for Fort William and Port Arthur, where it will be engaged until December 12th, or as long after as boats attempt to enter or leave Fort William or ...

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    TO KEEP HARBOR FREE.

    Sarnia, Dec. 5th - The tug Reid of the Reid Wrecking company, left last evening for Fort William and Port Arthur, where it will be ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 Dec 1904
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    p.1 Reached Detroit - Canadian cutter Vigilant, Capt. Dunn, with Canadian minister of marine & fisheries on board.

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The canals close on Monday.

    Work on the steamer North King in Davis' dry dock ...

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    p.1 Reached Detroit - Canadian cutter Vigilant, Capt. Dunn, with Canadian minister of marine & fisheries on board.

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The canals close on Monday.

    Work on the steamer North ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Dec 1904
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  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1904
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    p.1 Minister of Marine - Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 30th - Hon. R. Prefontaine, Canadian minister of marine and fisheries, is stormbound here with his party, aboard the Canadian revenue cutter Vigilant. It now looks as if the party would hardly be able to leave before tomorrow.

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    p.1 Minister of Marine - Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 30th - Hon. R. Prefontaine, Canadian minister of marine and fisheries, is stormbound here with his party, aboard the Canadian revenue ...

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