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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. Claims filed against the wreck of the Naomi aggregate $40,000 which is double the estimated value of the hull. The question arises whether claims in the aggregate can exceed the value of the hull. One authority on admiralty law says they cannot. Relatives of the ...

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. Claims filed against the wreck of the Naomi aggregate $40,000 which is double the estimated value of the hull. The question arises whether claims in ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. The Pere Marquette company has purchased the steamer John D. Dewar and she is being repaired and refitted at Manistee preparatory to being put on the run between Ludington and Manistee. The route covered by the Dewar between Manistee and Frankfort during the past ...

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. The Pere Marquette company has purchased the steamer John D. Dewar and she is being repaired and refitted at Manistee preparatory to being put on ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. Notice is given by the lighthouse board that on June 20th the fixed red lens-lantern light at this station was temporarily discontinued pending changes in the arrangement of the breakwater by the Engineering Department. The contractors will maintain a red lantern ...

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. Notice is given by the lighthouse board that on June 20th the fixed red lens-lantern light at this station was temporarily discontinued pending changes in ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. North Point lighthouse, which for sixty-nine years has been a guide for mariners entering Milwaukee harbor, is to be discontinued the end of the present month, and the keeper, Mrs. Geo. A. Stebbens, has been notified to this effect. She has been in charge of ...

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. North Point lighthouse, which for sixty-nine years has been a guide for mariners entering Milwaukee harbor, is to be discontinued the end of the present ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. Capt. John Stufflebeam and Engineer E. Wedderhoff will remain on the steamer Illinois, recently chartered by the Crosby Transportation company for the Grand Haven route. Capt. Thomas Traill will continue in command of the Kansas, which will go on the Chicago-Manistee ...

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. Capt. John Stufflebeam and Engineer E. Wedderhoff will remain on the steamer Illinois, recently chartered by the Crosby Transportation company for the Grand Haven route. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. D. O. Smith of Port Washington, who purchased the wreck of the burned passenger steamer Atlanta, is making preparations to raise the craft, which lies on the beach near that port. The hull and machinery are said to be in good condition.

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. D. O. Smith of Port Washington, who purchased the wreck of the burned passenger steamer Atlanta, is making preparations to raise the craft, which lies ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Around the Chain of Lakes. It now looks as if the work of repairing the Interstate bridge at Duluth would not be finished before next summer. A large crew of men with the big wrecking tug Manistique and some monster scows, are engaged on the job.

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    Around the Chain of Lakes. It now looks as if the work of repairing the Interstate bridge at Duluth would not be finished before next summer. A large crew of ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Francis Hinton, Capt. Campbell, and consort Chester B. Jones, Capt. Nelson, got away about noon on Saturday. They went from here to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, to load cedar. While there was some little delay in unloading owing to the scarcity of ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Francis Hinton, Capt. Campbell, and consort Chester B. Jones, Capt. Nelson, got away about noon on Saturday. They went from here to Sault ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The little scow-schooner Martha G. of Washington Harbor, Capt. J. V. Garrett, master and owner, was measured by the deputy custom house officer on Monday. She is 46 feet long, 12 8 feet beam, and 3.3 feet deep; burden 14 tons. She will be used ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The little scow-schooner Martha G. of Washington Harbor, Capt. J. V. Garrett, master and owner, was measured by the deputy custom house officer on Monday. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Lucy Graham, Capt. G. Goodletson, was windbound in port Friday while on her way to Wells, Mich., for a cargo of hardwood lumber. The Graham has been engaged in the wood trade between Washington Island and Two Rivers, and had just delivered a ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Lucy Graham, Capt. G. Goodletson, was windbound in port Friday while on her way to Wells, Mich., for a cargo of hardwood lumber. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Lorena, Capt. Jas. Tufts, came over from Ford River Tuesday and the same day left for Sheboygan to get a pile driver belonging to Rieboldt, Wolter & Co., returning here this morning with the outfit. The tug Edw. Watkins, Capt. Ramage, tended dredge ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Lorena, Capt. Jas. Tufts, came over from Ford River Tuesday and the same day left for Sheboygan to get a pile driver belonging ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The fishing tug Diamond of Fish Creek, spent a couple of days in port this week. She towed the gasoline boat Lady Helen here from Egg Harbor Sunday, the craft having become disabled off that port. The Diamond returned north Tuesday afternoon.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The fishing tug Diamond of Fish Creek, spent a couple of days in port this week. She towed the gasoline boat Lady Helen here from ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Christiana, Capt. Ralph Manney, was windbound in port Friday and Saturday while on her way from Algoma where she had delivered a cargo of lumber. She transported some household goods to Arthur Bay from here on Tuesday.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Christiana, Capt. Ralph Manney, was windbound in port Friday and Saturday while on her way from Algoma where she had delivered a cargo ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. A small scow is being built at the L. & S. yards for use of the steam pumps in the wrecking operations on the steamer C. B. Packard. It will be the middle of July before the outfit is ready to leave this port for ...

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. A small scow is being built at the L. & S. yards for use of the steam pumps in the wrecking operations on the steamer ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. Capt. H. Tufts has resumed command of the tug Smith again, leaving port Sunday for Milwaukee with the stone-laden barge Hurd. The tug is making three trips a week between here and the Cream city.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. Capt. H. Tufts has resumed command of the tug Smith again, leaving port Sunday for Milwaukee with the stone-laden barge Hurd. The tug is making ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. On and after July 1st the passenger steamer Sailor Boy will leave this port and Sawyer half an hour earlier than theretofore. She will leave her dock at Sawyer 6:30 a. m. and this side at 7 o’clock.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. On and after July 1st the passenger steamer Sailor Boy will leave this port and Sawyer half an hour earlier than theretofore. She will leave ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Oscar Newhouse, Capt. H. L. Hanson, was windbound in port a couple of days the first of the week while bound from Menominee to Two Rivers with a cargo of lumber.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Oscar Newhouse, Capt. H. L. Hanson, was windbound in port a couple of days the first of the week while bound from Menominee ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Edward Buckley, Capt. (sic) Gnewuch, was released from the boxes Friday night and immediately thereafter left for Manistee, Mich., for cargo.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The steambarge Edward Buckley, Capt. (sic) Gnewuch, was released from the boxes Friday night and immediately thereafter left for Manistee, Mich., for cargo.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Carrie Mather, Capt. Wm. Marshall, on Tuesday took the stone-laden barge Felicitous to Two Rivers from the Sturgeon Bay Stone Co’s. quarry.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Carrie Mather, Capt. Wm. Marshall, on Tuesday took the stone-laden barge Felicitous to Two Rivers from the Sturgeon Bay Stone Co’s. quarry.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Jun 1907
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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Richard Mott was put on the boxes Monday for a general overhauling and calking below the water line.

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    Gathered in the Local Harbor. The schooner Richard Mott was put on the boxes Monday for a general overhauling and calking below the water line.

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