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  • Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 9 Aug 1917
    TextNewspaper      

    p.1

    TWELVE PEOPLE DROWNED

    WHEN SCHOONER GEORGE A. MARSH OF BELLEVILLE

    SANK YESTERDAY MORNING OFF PIGEON ISLAND

    The Lost.

    Captain John Smith, Belleville, aged 40.

    His wife, aged ...

    TextNewspaper    

    p.1

    TWELVE PEOPLE DROWNED

    WHEN SCHOONER GEORGE A. MARSH OF BELLEVILLE

    SANK YESTERDAY MORNING OFF PIGEON ISLAND

    The Lost.

    Captain John Smith, Belleville, aged 40.

    His wife, aged ...

  • Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Sat., Aug. 25, 1917
    TextNewspaper       Barge Arion Sinks in Lake ____

    The barge Arion of the Sinennes-MacNaughton line was sunk with her cargo of 950 tons of coal, in Lake Ontario, 15 miles east of Oswego, this morning. The crew was saved.

    The tug Conqueror and her tow, the Arion and Cataract, were caught ...

    TextNewspaper     Barge Arion Sinks in Lake ____

    The barge Arion of the Sinennes-MacNaughton line was sunk with her cargo of 950 tons of coal, in Lake Ontario, 15 miles east of ...

  • Watertown Herald (Watertown, NY), Saturday September 22, 1917
    TextNewspaper       Tragedy on Lake Oswego Sept. 20

    Six persons aboard the barge Hiawatha, including two women and a child are missing and are believed to have been drowned when the barge foundered early today during a southwest storm on Lake Ontario.

    Those believed drowned are ...

    TextNewspaper     Tragedy on Lake Oswego Sept. 20

    Six persons aboard the barge Hiawatha, including two women and a child are missing and are believed to have been drowned when the ...

  • Watertown Herald (Watertown, NY), May 12, 1917
    TextNewspaper       Lake Boats Busy

    Thirteen boats carrying a total of 2,153,000 bushels of grain cleared from Fort William Thursday for lower lake and St. Lawrence river ports.

    The steamer Natironeo owned by A.B. Mc Kay of Hamilton, bound up light from Kingston, carried away two gates in Lock ...

    TextNewspaper     Lake Boats Busy

    Thirteen boats carrying a total of 2,153,000 bushels of grain cleared from Fort William Thursday for lower lake and St. Lawrence river ports.

    The steamer Natironeo owned ...

  • Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Wed., April 25, 1917
    TextNewspaper       Tug Association Formed in 1875 _______ Tugs Plowed Through Ice Field Which Had Formed About Vessels, May 5 _______ Commodore Thomas Crimmins, who was general manager of the Oswego Towing Association during its life, recalled today that the association was formed ...
    TextNewspaper     Tug Association Formed in 1875 _______ Tugs Plowed Through Ice Field Which Had Formed About Vessels, May 5 _______ Commodore Thomas Crimmins, who was general manager of the Oswego Towing ...
  • Work at the Shipyard
    NewspaperText  Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 May 1917, p. 8, column 2     WORK AT THE SHIPYARD ________ MEN GET ANOTHER SUBSTANTIAL RAISE THIS WEEK. ________ Men, and Lots of Them, Wanted at Once--Shipyard Busiest Place in Town. ________

    Another raise in wages has gone in effect at the Rieboldt & Wolter shipyard and this ...

    NewspaperText  Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 May 1917, p. 8, column 2   WORK AT THE SHIPYARD ________ MEN GET ANOTHER SUBSTANTIAL RAISE THIS WEEK. ________ Men, and Lots of Them, Wanted at Once--Shipyard Busiest Place in Town. ________

    Another raise in wages ...

  • Local Marine Items
    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 May 1917, p. 1, column 1     LOCAL MARINE ITEMS

    The tug Gifford was put on the boxes on Tuesday morning, and the work which is to be done will require about ten days.

    The gasoline tug Grace W. arrived in port from Escanaba on Saturday. She is a new boat and is used in miscellaneous work.

    ...
    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 May 1917, p. 1, column 1   LOCAL MARINE ITEMS

    The tug Gifford was put on the boxes on Tuesday morning, and the work which is to be done will require about ten days.

    The gasoline tug ...

  • Marine items of Interest
    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 19 Apr 1917, p. 1, column 1     MARINE ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    The steam fish tug, Elsie M., of Kewaunee, is expected in some time this week to have some repairs made at the ship yards.

    The barge Edward Buckley was lifted into the boxes the first of the week and is undergoing extensive repairs to her hull ...

    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 19 Apr 1917, p. 1, column 1   MARINE ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    The steam fish tug, Elsie M., of Kewaunee, is expected in some time this week to have some repairs made at the ship yards.

    The barge ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 12 Apr 1917, p. 1, column 1
    NewspaperText       Same issue of the paper had article about United States entering World War I...
    NewspaperText     Same issue of the paper had article about United States entering World War I...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 8 Mar 1917, p. 1, column 1
    NewspaperText       The steamer Edward Buckley, owned by the A. B. Kliss [sic] Lumber Company of Petoskey, has been sold to the National Pole company of Escanaba. The craft is in winter quarters at Sheboygan and is to be taken to Manitowoc for a general overhauling before being placed in commission. She ...
    NewspaperText     The steamer Edward Buckley, owned by the A. B. Kliss [sic] Lumber Company of Petoskey, has been sold to the National Pole company of Escanaba. The craft is in winter ...
  • Escanaba Firm Buys Steamer Edward Buckley
    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 26 Feb 1917, p. 2, column 8     ESCANABA FIRM BUYS STEAMER EDWARD BUCKLEY _______

    Petoskey, Mich., Feb. 25.--Steamer Edward Buckley, owned by the A. B. Klise Lumber company of this city and operated by the company in the lumber trade between Sturgeon Bay, Mich., and Buffalo and Chicago, was sold today to ...

    NewspaperText  Buffalo Courier (Buffalo, NY), 26 Feb 1917, p. 2, column 8   ESCANABA FIRM BUYS STEAMER EDWARD BUCKLEY _______

    Petoskey, Mich., Feb. 25.--Steamer Edward Buckley, owned by the A. B. Klise Lumber company of this city and operated by the company in ...

  • Old Lake Sailor And Blue Jacket
    NewspaperText  Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), 7 Sep 1917     Old Lake Sailor And Blue Jacket ____ John Hunter of Henderson Tells Reminiscences ___ On Gun Boat in Civil War ___ Started Life as Lake Sailor at Seven and Retired at 70, Now Tilling Little Farm in Henderson at Age of ...
    NewspaperText  Watertown Times (Watertown, NY), 7 Sep 1917   Old Lake Sailor And Blue Jacket ____ John Hunter of Henderson Tells Reminiscences ___ On Gun Boat in Civil War ___ Started Life as Lake Sailor at Seven and Retired ...
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Saturday Aug. 11, 1917
    TextNewspaper       "Buster" Greaves Victim of Tragedy Body of Little Toronto Boy Recovered -- Wore Indian Suits Parents Bought

    Little George Francis "Buster" Graves, aged five, only child of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Graves of 51 Rosevear Ave., Little York, drowned in the Marsh disaster, was one ...

    TextNewspaper     "Buster" Greaves Victim of Tragedy Body of Little Toronto Boy Recovered -- Wore Indian Suits Parents Bought

    Little George Francis "Buster" Graves, aged five, only child of Mr. and Mrs. ...

  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Saturday August, 11, 1917
    TextNewspaper       INVESTIGATE INTO WRECK Dominion Government to Receive reports on Schooner The Government Steamer Grenville Has Left For the Place Where the Vessel Foundered- The Boat May Be Dynamited.

    An official investigation by the Dominion government into the foundering of the ...

    TextNewspaper     INVESTIGATE INTO WRECK Dominion Government to Receive reports on Schooner The Government Steamer Grenville Has Left For the Place Where the Vessel Foundered- The Boat May Be Dynamited.

    An official ...

  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Aug. 13,1917
    TextNewspaper       *Note the different spelling of the name. McLellan' MacCLellan...
    TextNewspaper     *Note the different spelling of the name. McLellan' MacCLellan...
  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Friday Aug. 10,1917
    TextNewspaper       LAKE TOO ROUGH TO LAUNCH BOATS People on Board Schooner George A. Marsh Missed Safety by Few Feet TWO BODIES WASH ASHORE Thrilling Story of Wreck of Belleville Ship is Told By One of the Survivors

    Belleville, Aug. 9. Lake Ontario was at its wildest and wickedest when ...

    TextNewspaper     LAKE TOO ROUGH TO LAUNCH BOATS People on Board Schooner George A. Marsh Missed Safety by Few Feet TWO BODIES WASH ASHORE Thrilling Story of Wreck of Belleville Ship ...
  • Wawana, fire, 1 Jun 1917
    TextNewspaper       Reason: fire
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: fire
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
  • City of Chatham (Propeller), C92734, aground, 21 Nov 1917
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Got off
    ...
  • Ringleader (Propeller), U110825, fire, 21 Dec 1917
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  • Rising Sun (Propeller), U91674, aground, 29 Oct 1917
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