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Subject:  Tugs  Year:  1905  Sort by:  Relevance
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Alex Sloan (Tug), 20 May 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...The tug ALEX SLOAN owned by Samuel M. Sloan, has been rented by the city for $3.50 a day and will be used during the present season as a patrol boat.       The International Gazette       May 20, 1905 5-4 ...
International (Tug), 19 Aug 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;#160;     The International Gazette       August 19, 1905 1-4 ...
John Mahar (Tug), 5 Apr 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ... and she will be put in commision, towing canal boats about the Tonawanda ports. Capt. William Mago will be master of the MAHAR.       Buffalo Morning Express       April 5, 1905 8-1 ...
Corsair (Tug), 7 Apr 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...       April 7, 1905 8-1 ...
Mentor (Tug), 31 Aug 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;     The Marine Review       August 31, 1905 19-1 ...
Erie (Tug), 1 May 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;     Buffalo Daily Times       May 1, 1905 11-3 ...
Francis G. Bird (Tug), 7 Jan 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...The small wooden tug FRANCIS G. BIRD has been sold by Capt. Stephen Jones to Frank Ronacker at Tonawanda. She will be used for towing canal-boats at that port.       Buffalo Evening News       Saturday, January 7, 1905 ...
W. G. Mason (Tug), U81617, 30 Jan 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ..., January 30, 1905 Steam screw W.G. MASON. U. S. No. 81617. Of 99 tons gross; 54 tons net. Built Port Huron, Mich., 1898. Home port, Port Huron, Mich, 84.0 x 20.5 x 10.5       Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1899 ...
Louis Banks (Tug), 14 Jun 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...      The tug LOUIS BANKS, owned by Banks & Co. of Dunkirk, is being rebuilt at the Hingston yards.       Buffalo Morning Express       June 14, 1905 8-2 ...
Tonawanda (Tug), 29 Jun 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;#160;   June 29, 1905 11-1 ...
Chancy A. Morgan (Tug), U110058, 19 Jul 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...; July 19, 1905       Steam screw CHANCY A. MORGAN.* U.S. No. 110058. Of 92.56 tons gross; 50.64 tons net. Built at Detroit, Mich, in 1872. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 114.3 x 25.1 x 5.5 * formerly steam screw RIVERSIDE.     &#160...
William Sutton (Tug), fire, 15 Jul 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...; The International Gazette       August 5, 1905 1-4 ...
John Mahar (Tug), fire, 15 Dec 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ... is owned by Philip Mago of Tonawanda. The damage is estimated at about $800. It is covered by insurance.       The International Gazette       December 16, 1905 5-4 ...
William J. Warwick (Tug), sunk, 1 Aug 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ... is unable to leave his home this morning.       Buffalo Evening News       Friday, August 25, 1905           &#160...
Salvor (Tug), sunk, 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  Reason: sunk Remarks: Raised
Shamrock (Tug), sunk by collision, 5 Sep 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;     Thursday, September 14, 1905             . . . . .     &#160...
Hebard (Tug), sunk, 21 Sep 1905 
TextNewspapers  1905  ...;   Buffalo Evening News       Friday, September 22, 1905             . . . . .     &#160...
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