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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Apr 1918, p. 8, column 1
    NewspaperText       Engineer Elmer Long on Monday took his departure for Sheboygan, where he went aboard the steambarge Buckley, as assistant engineer. Geo. Simon, Frank Madden and Henry Searth, were to follow in a few days and be employed as firemen on the Buckley. Capt. Gunderson will command the steamer again this ...
    NewspaperText     Engineer Elmer Long on Monday took his departure for Sheboygan, where he went aboard the steambarge Buckley, as assistant engineer. Geo. Simon, Frank Madden and Henry Searth, were to follow ...
  • Big Lake Steamer is Abandoned
    TextNewspaper  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Jul 1918     BIG LAKE STEAMER IS ABANDONED _______ Five Sailors Forced To Play Robinson Crusoe _____

    Five Sturgeon Bay sailors played the part of Robinson Crusoe for five days when the steamer CREAM CITY, of which they were a part of the crew, ...

    TextNewspaper  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Jul 1918   BIG LAKE STEAMER IS ABANDONED _______ Five Sailors Forced To Play Robinson Crusoe _____

    Five Sturgeon Bay sailors played the part of Robinson Crusoe for five days when the steamer ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. Thos. Mahan, superintendent for John Ginzel, the contractor that is putting in the Manistee breakwater, came very nearly going down to Davy Jones’ locker Saturday Morning (sic). Mr. Mahan was aboard the tug Third Michigan, which was towing the tug Fairmont here from ...

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    Local Marine Items. Thos. Mahan, superintendent for John Ginzel, the contractor that is putting in the Manistee breakwater, came very nearly going down to Davy Jones’ locker Saturday Morning (sic). ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The little steamer J. S. Crouse lay at the Sawyer dock Thursday night and Friday on account of the heavy weather, the boat being heavily loaded with slabs and edgings which were taken on at Cedar River and were destined for Sheboygan. This enforced respite gave Capt. ...

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    Local Marine Items. The little steamer J. S. Crouse lay at the Sawyer dock Thursday night and Friday on account of the heavy weather, the boat being heavily loaded with ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. There will be more work done on the steamer Niko than was anticipated when she was first brought here. When her planking had been pretty well torn off the U. S. inspectors looked over the craft and ordered much more done that was thought necessary at first. ...

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    Local Marine Items. There will be more work done on the steamer Niko than was anticipated when she was first brought here. When her planking had been pretty well torn ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. Capt. Searfuss, one of the officers of the newly built steamer, Sturgeon Bay, is having the finishing touches put onto a steel cruiser, which he has had built for his own use. The hull is of steel, being the one that had been lying at the shipyard ...

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    Local Marine Items. Capt. Searfuss, one of the officers of the newly built steamer, Sturgeon Bay, is having the finishing touches put onto a steel cruiser, which he has had ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The government tug Manitowoc arrived here Tuesday afternoon and tied up at the Sawyer dock, stopping for the night enroute to Green Bay. The tug had just gotten back from Quebec, Canada, arriving at Kewaunee on her way back on Monday. The Manitowoc had been ordered to ...

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    Local Marine Items. The government tug Manitowoc arrived here Tuesday afternoon and tied up at the Sawyer dock, stopping for the night enroute to Green Bay. The tug had just ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. Leathem & Smith Towing and Wrecking Co. of this city have purchased the tug Fairmont from John Ginzel of Manistee and the boat was delivered here Saturday in tow of the tug Third Michigan. The Fairmont is 75 ft. long, 17 ft. beam and has a 14x24x22 ...

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    Local Marine Items. Leathem & Smith Towing and Wrecking Co. of this city have purchased the tug Fairmont from John Ginzel of Manistee and the boat was delivered here Saturday ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The tugs Oscar F. Meyer and Andrew Green, with a dredge and two scows, all of the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. fleet, lay at the canal for a while Tuesday. During the afternoon they pulled out and went out of sight headed for the Manitou ...

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    Local Marine Items. The tugs Oscar F. Meyer and Andrew Green, with a dredge and two scows, all of the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. fleet, lay at the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 16 May 1918
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    General Marine Items. Purchase of the steamer New York of the Detroit & Cleveland line, by the Goodrich Transit company of this city, has been announced by the company and a crew of men has been sent to Detroit to get out the steamer and bring it here in preparation ...

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    General Marine Items. Purchase of the steamer New York of the Detroit & Cleveland line, by the Goodrich Transit company of this city, has been announced by the company and ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The Hart Trans. Co.’s steamer Bon Ami got away from here on her first trip Saturday going to Green Bay. Scarcely any ice was seen on the trip. On her second trip which was to Menominee the Bon Ami got into a mixup with the Menekaunee bridge. ...

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    Local Marine Items. The Hart Trans. Co.’s steamer Bon Ami got away from here on her first trip Saturday going to Green Bay. Scarcely any ice was seen on the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The first Goodrich boat for this season is due to arrive here next Sunday morning. It will likely be the steamer Arizona in command of Capt. Mel. Mackey. The Goodrich Co.’s announcement is as follows: Commencing Wednesday, April 24, service will be established to points ...

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    Local Marine Items. The first Goodrich boat for this season is due to arrive here next Sunday morning. It will likely be the steamer Arizona in command of Capt. Mel. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. Manager Soren Termansen of the Sturgeon Bay Stone Co. received word on Monday that his concern was the successful bidders for several large stone contracts and that shipment could be commenced as soon as practicable. Since then the work of fitting out the steamer I.N. ...

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    Local Marine Items. Manager Soren Termansen of the Sturgeon Bay Stone Co. received word on Monday that his concern was the successful bidders for several large stone contracts and that ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The gasoline freighter Belle Culbert, arrived here Monday night from Egg Harbor having on board a quantity of junk for local dealers. The Culbert belongs to J. H. Bertschinger, the Egg Harbor merchant, and will engage in the coastwise trade for her owner this season. She ...

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    Local Marine Items. The gasoline freighter Belle Culbert, arrived here Monday night from Egg Harbor having on board a quantity of junk for local dealers. The Culbert belongs to J. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The big steel steamer Renown and consort S. O. “C.”, belonging to the Standard Oil Co., passed through the bay Wednesday afternoon bound north. The Renown is one of the big lake boats, being 373 feet long and 52 feet beam and of 4154 gross tons burden.

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    Local Marine Items. The big steel steamer Renown and consort S. O. “C.”, belonging to the Standard Oil Co., passed through the bay Wednesday afternoon bound north. The Renown is ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The tugs N. Boutin and Satisfaction arrived here Tuesday towing a big scow which was put onto the drydock for some repair work. The tug Erna also of Green Bay arrived here last week and was docked for some minor repair, being lowered again Tuesday.

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    Local Marine Items. The tugs N. Boutin and Satisfaction arrived here Tuesday towing a big scow which was put onto the drydock for some repair work. The tug Erna also ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The steamer I. Watson Stephenson, Capt. Louis Strahan, passed through here Thursday bound for Wells, Mich., to Chicago, loaded with lumber. This is her first trip for the season. She has since returned to Wells and the second trip may be to Detroit.

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    Local Marine Items. The steamer I. Watson Stephenson, Capt. Louis Strahan, passed through here Thursday bound for Wells, Mich., to Chicago, loaded with lumber. This is her first trip for ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The lightships are already to be towed to their stations, having taken on coal, provisions, etc., and are now awaiting the arrival of the lighthouse tender which will tow them. They are not expected to leave until after the launching today. (EB Note: USLHS 55, 60 & ...

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    Local Marine Items. The lightships are already to be towed to their stations, having taken on coal, provisions, etc., and are now awaiting the arrival of the lighthouse tender which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The tug Hunsader, Capt. J. P. Ramsay, will leave for her new port of hail sometime within the week. On Wednesday she towed the old hulk Eddy down to the Leathem & Smith quarry, where it was allowed to rest on the bottom.

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    Local Marine Items. The tug Hunsader, Capt. J. P. Ramsay, will leave for her new port of hail sometime within the week. On Wednesday she towed the old hulk Eddy ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 25 Apr 1918
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    Local Marine Items. The steamer Sidney O. Neff made her first appearance here Wednesday afternoon, stopping shortly at the Goodrich dock and then proceeding on to the north. She was laden with salt.

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    Local Marine Items. The steamer Sidney O. Neff made her first appearance here Wednesday afternoon, stopping shortly at the Goodrich dock and then proceeding on to the north. She was ...

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