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Year:  1912  Item type(s):  Clippings   Sort by:  Oldest date (to newest)
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Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, Nov. 15, 1912 
TextNewspapers    Obituary ____ Gilbert Mollison, Sr. Gilbert Mollison, Sr., died at ten o'clock last night at his home, 92 West Fifth street, in his ninety-sixth year. The end was unexpected and the announcement called forth expressions of regret from many in all walks of life. No man in the community was...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, Nov. 15, 1912 
TextNewspapers    Obituary ____ Gilbert Mollison Gilbert Mollison, one of the oldest residents of this city, and one of the last business men who flourished in the fifties when Oswego was at the height of a commercial career, passed away yesterday at his residents, 92 West Fifth street. The end came ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Nov. 12, 1912 
TextNewspapers    Obituary. ____ George W. Goble George W. Goble died at two a.m. today in Los Angeles, Cal., following a stroke of paralysis suffered on October 21st. During the two weeks of illness Mr. Goble's family, including his wife and four sons, were at his bedside. October 24th Mr. and Mrs. Goble ...
Port Huron Times-Herald (Port Huron, MI), Wed., 26 Jun 1912 
TextNewspapers    BOTHNIA, built as Canadian steamer JACK
Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN), Thurs., 27 June 1912 
TextNewspapers    STEAMER SINKS; ONE DROWNS _______ Hagwood Liner and BOTHNIA collide in St. Clair Flats. Detroit, Mich., June 26 - The steamer S.S. CURRY of the Hagwood line collided with the steamer BOTHNIA in the St. Clair Flats, near Star Island, today. The BOTHNIA sank and Ralph Williams, a deck hand ...
Watertown Herald (Watertown, NY), Saturday Feb. 3, 1912 
TextNewspapers    Captain A. R. Hinckley has succeeded in raising the barge Davy which sunk near Point Vivian, St. Lawrence river last Fall. The Donnellys of Kingston took the contract for $6,000 and gave it up. Captain Hinckley was to have $7,000 if raised before the winter came on or $6 000 if later. She has...
May Queen (Motor vessel), U203253, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...;       Gas screw MABLE T.* U. S. No. 203253. Of 14.0 gross tons. Built at St. Joseph, Mich., in 1906. 45.9 x 10.8 x 4.4       * Renamed MAY QUEEN - U. S. - 1912     &#160...
Muscallonge (Propeller), C133752, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...: Builder Information Place of Build: Port Huron, MI Builder: Jenks Ship Building Co. Date of Build 1896 Name Changes Vessel Name: Date: Registry Official # MUSCALLONGE 1912 - 1936 CANADA 133752 Rebuild History Canadian measures, 1912 (128 x 24.42 x 12; 360 gross - 245 registered...
R. G. A. Weaver (Propeller), C90544, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...Propeller R.G.A. WEAVER.* Official Canadian Number 90544. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A. in 1886, rebuilt at Toronto, Ont., in 1912. Of 81 gross tons; 30 tons reg. Home port, Toronto, Ont. Owned by the Montreal Transportation Co., Montreal, Que. 61.6 x 17.2 x 9.0 and 3.5 horse power. &...
P. W. D. No. 109 (Dredge), C131123, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...; Dredge INDUSTRY.* U. S. No. 163379. Of 822 gross tons. Built Duluth, Minn., 1905. 125.0 x 43.0 x 10.2.       * Renamed P. W. D. No. 109 - Canada - 1912 [ C 131123 ]       Herman Runge List   &...
Graham (Propeller), U209163, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...       GRAHAM - U. S. - 1912 [ U 209163 ] renumbered       Herman Runge List             &...
Adiramled (Propeller), C130922, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...;#160;   Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1885 [steam vessels]       Bulk Freighter ADIRAMLED.* Official Canadian No. 130922. Of 630 tons gross. Built at Cleveland in 1866; rebuilt at Detroit in 1882. Became Canadian in 1912. 198 x...
R. M. & S. Dredge No. 2 (Dredge), C130317, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...DREDGE No. 2.* U. S. No. 164214. Of 247 gross tons. Built Milwaukee, Wis., 1895. 84.0 x 29.5 x 8.3.       * Renamed R.M. & S. DREDGE No. 2. - Canada - 1912 [C 117102 - renumbered C 130317 ]     &#160...
Natant (Yacht), U202287, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...Yawl yacht GEM.* U. S. No. 202287. Of 15 gross tons. Built Traverse City, Mi., 1903. 44.0 x 13.3 x 5.6.       * Renamed NATANT - U. S. - 1912       Herman runge List ...
Warrington (Propeller), U11857, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ex HENRY WARRINGTON,
D. J. Purdy (Steamboat), C100725, 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...Steam paddle SINCENNES.* Official Canada no. 100725. Of 228 tons gross. Built Montreal, Que., 1893. 142.2 x 24.4 x 8.4       * Renamed D.J. PURDY - Canada - 1912 [later barge]       Preliminary List...
Commodore (Propeller), 11 May 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...;#160;   May 11, 1912 6-5...
Commodore (Propeller), 15 May 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ... has not been in commission for several seasons. She is one of the oldest wooden freighters on the lakes.       Buffalo Morning Express       May 15, 1912 7-5 ...
H. J. Davis (Schooner), 26 May 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ...; Adress Robert Beutel, Bay City, Mich., Sta. "A"       Buffalo Morning Express       May 26, 1912 10-6...
Florence (Yacht), 10 May 1912 
TextNewspapers  1912  ... by Mrs. Perew. Frank Senechal, Frank Lattin and George Twitchel, all of Tonawanda.       Buffalo Morning Express       May 10, 1912 2-2 ...
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A. D. (Barge) (1) A. M. p. (Motor Vessel) (1) Adiramled (Propeller) (2) Agnes (Motor Vessel) (1) Andrew Carnegie (Propeller) (1) Ariel (schooner) (1) Barges (3) Brazil (Propeller) (1) Canal boats (1) Carrie E. (Motor Vessel) (1) Chippewa (steamboat) (1) Commodore (Propeller) (2) Culligan (Propeller) (1) D. J. Purdy (Steamboat) (1) Dredges (3) Edward Buckley (Propeller) (1) Ella Ross (steamboat) (1) Emma (Propeller) (1) Empress of Midland (Propeller) (1) Esther (Propeller) (1) Faustin (Propeller) (1) Flora (steamboat) (1) Flora M. Hill (Propeller) (1) Florence (Yacht) (1) Forward (Schooner) (1) Geraldine (Propeller) (1) Graham (Propeller) (1) H. J. Davis (Schooner) (1) H. S. Pickands (Propeller) (1) Hattie Wells (Schooner) (1) Huron (Barge) (1) Hustler (Schooner) (1) Ida Caroline (Propeller) (1) Iron King (Propeller) (1) Italia (Propeller) (1) James Gayley (Propeller) (1) Jane Ralston (Schooner) (1) Joseph C. Suit (Propeller) (1) Juliet (Propeller) (1) Juno (Propeller) (2) Keystorm (Propeller) (1) Leadville (Schooner) (1) Leafield (Propeller) (1) Little Georgy (Schooner) (1) Marengo (Schooner) (1) May Queen (Motor vessel) (1) Monarch (Propeller) (1) Motor Vessels (4) Muscallonge (Propeller) (1) Natant (Yacht) (1) Newell Hubbard (Schooner) (1) P. B. Locke (Barge) (1) P. W. D. No. 109 (Dredge) (1) Petrel (Schooner) (1) Pine Lake (Propeller) (1) Pocantico (Dredge) (1) Propellers (39) R. G. A. Weaver (Propeller) (1) R. M. & S. Dredge No. 2 (Dredge) (1) Rosa Belle (Schooner) (1) Rouse Simmons (Schooner) (1) S. K. Martin (Propeller) (1) Schooners (10) South Shore (Propeller) (1) Spatula (1) Steamboats (4) Sydney C. McLouth (Propeller) (1) Three Brothers (Propeller) (1) Two Brothers (Propeller) (1) United Shores (Propeller) (3) United Workman (Canal Boat) (1) W. J. Olcott (Propeller) (1) Warrington (Propeller) (1) White Star (Schooner) (1) William H. (Propeller) (1) Yachts (2)
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