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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The tug Pankratz was in port Thursday on her way to Chicago with the lumber laden scow which the firm recently purchased from Mann Bros. of Two Rivers. The tug has one more raft of logs to bring over, which it is expected will not be ready ...

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The tug Pankratz was in port Thursday on her way to Chicago with the lumber laden scow which the firm recently purchased from Mann Bros. of Two ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The Goodrich steamers are not carrying a great many passengers now, the Georgia, which had heretofore been crowded to overflowing, having put a comparatively few on board the last trip. She has been taken off the Mackinac route, only going as far as Escanaba now. An ...

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The Goodrich steamers are not carrying a great many passengers now, the Georgia, which had heretofore been crowded to overflowing, having put a comparatively few on board ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The Sawyer arrived from Chicago Thursday night and after taking on a cargo of stone cleared for Grand Haven the day following. Captain Larson says he received a $3 rate on his lumber cargo from Munsing, Mich., to Chicago, and there was upward of $1,500 freight money ...

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The Sawyer arrived from Chicago Thursday night and after taking on a cargo of stone cleared for Grand Haven the day following. Captain Larson says he received ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The Schooner Ida, Capt. Nels Nelson, occupies the boxes at Rieboldt & Wolter’s shipyard. She will be given quite an extensive rebuild forward. This will consist of new frames and ceiling, and the repairs will cost in the neighborhood of $1,000. She will likewise ...

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The Schooner Ida, Capt. Nels Nelson, occupies the boxes at Rieboldt & Wolter’s shipyard. She will be given quite an extensive rebuild forward. This will consist of ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Reported From the Crow’s Nest. Notice is hereby given that a red spar buoy has been established near a rock (with but 15 feet of water on it) SE by S (true), about one-third of a mile from Lansing Shoal gas buoy, northerly end of Lake Michigan. By order of ...

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    Reported From the Crow’s Nest. Notice is hereby given that a red spar buoy has been established near a rock (with but 15 feet of water on it) SE by ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Reported From the Crow’s Nest. The office of the Independent Tug Line has been closed and there is now but one tug office in Chicago. The tug trust will continue the tug office of Hansler & Lutz at South Chicago the same as before the line was purchased. Captain Peter ...

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    Reported From the Crow’s Nest. The office of the Independent Tug Line has been closed and there is now but one tug office in Chicago. The tug trust will continue ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 23 Sep 1899
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    Reported From the Crow’s Nest. The Flint & Pere Marquette fleet of steamers have enjoyed an uninterrupted season of navigation this year, and now they are to be put in shape for the winter traffic. The two freighters, Nos. 2 and 5, will need repairs most. Entire new boilers are ...

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    Reported From the Crow’s Nest. The Flint & Pere Marquette fleet of steamers have enjoyed an uninterrupted season of navigation this year, and now they are to be put in ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 28 Apr 1900
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    Minor Mishaps. The passenger steamer Ossifrage of the Arnold line went ashore on Sturgeon point. The steamer had no passengers on board, as she was on her way to Bay City to go into dry dock for overhauling and repairs. The steamer Ossifrage broke her wheel when she ran ashore.

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    Minor Mishaps. The passenger steamer Ossifrage of the Arnold line went ashore on Sturgeon point. The steamer had no passengers on board, as she was on her way to Bay ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 28 Apr 1900
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    On Green Bay. M. J. McCormick, Cleveland, on Saturday chartered the steamers Badger State and Empire State for the Buffalo-Green Bay line. They are to run the entire season with a guarantee of a certain amount of freight each trip. This line was announced some time ago, and the deal ...

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    On Green Bay. M. J. McCormick, Cleveland, on Saturday chartered the steamers Badger State and Empire State for the Buffalo-Green Bay line. They are to run the entire season with ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 28 Apr 1900
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    On Green Bay. The schooner Arrow is being fitted out at Ephraim and will go into commission as soon as she can get out of the harbor, which still has plenty of ice in it. The schooner Ebenezer is having some repairs work done to her at the same port, ...

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    On Green Bay. The schooner Arrow is being fitted out at Ephraim and will go into commission as soon as she can get out of the harbor, which still has ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 28 Apr 1900
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    At the Canal. Messrs. Fitzgerald and Collins, government inspectors of hulls and boilers, was at the cut Tuesday during which they inspected dredges Nos. 1 and 2 and tugs Lorena and Harrison Ludington as well as the steamlaunch Ariadne. The latter craft is allowed 250 pounds of steam and could ...

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    At the Canal. Messrs. Fitzgerald and Collins, government inspectors of hulls and boilers, was at the cut Tuesday during which they inspected dredges Nos. 1 and 2 and tugs Lorena ...

  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 10 Mar 1907
    Newspaper       Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Smith, Capt. Hank Tufts, returned Tuesday from a trip to Holland, Mich., where a cargo of stone was delivered. She got away again yesterday morning for Milwaukee....
    Newspaper     Gathered in the Local Harbor. The tug Smith, Capt. Hank Tufts, returned Tuesday from a trip to Holland, Mich., where a cargo of stone was delivered. She got away again ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 2 Sep 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The steamer Sawyer took a cargo of stone to Grand Haven Wednesday night. The previous trip was made to Chicago with lumber.

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The steamer Sawyer took a cargo of stone to Grand Haven Wednesday night. The previous trip was made to Chicago with lumber.

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  • Door County Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Dec 1906
    Newspaper       Gathered in the Local Harbor. The gasoline schooner Josephine Dresden got away for the south Friday morning. Being unable to get away from the dock on account of the ice the Sailor Boy broke a passage to the channel for her. The Dresden will be placed in winter quarters on ...
    Newspaper     Gathered in the Local Harbor. The gasoline schooner Josephine Dresden got away for the south Friday morning. Being unable to get away from the dock on account of the ice ...
  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 May 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The steamer John Schroeder delivered fifty pieces of oak timber at the canal Sunday a. m. The timber came from Milwaukee and was furnished by the Schroeder Lumber Co.

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The steamer John Schroeder delivered fifty pieces of oak timber at the canal Sunday a. m. The timber came from Milwaukee and was furnished by the Schroeder ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Apr 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. With new decks from stem to stern, rails and boiler house the steamer John Schroeder is just as good as the day she came from the stocks. Her towing bitts aft were found to be sprung. These were straightened and braced with a fore and aft knee ...

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    Local Nautical Affairs. With new decks from stem to stern, rails and boiler house the steamer John Schroeder is just as good as the day she came from the stocks. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 May 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The tug Temple Emery arrived from the south Wednesday morning with a string of boom sticks in tow. She dropped her booms at Circle ridge and then proceeded out into Green Bay.

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The tug Temple Emery arrived from the south Wednesday morning with a string of boom sticks in tow. She dropped her booms at Circle ridge and then ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 May 1899
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    Broke Her Crank-Pin. The steamer I. N. Foster broke her crank-pin when eight miles north of Sheboygan Wednesday morning and she went into that port for repairs. The break was not so bad but what she could be worked easy, and she succeeded in getting into port without assistance.

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    Broke Her Crank-Pin. The steamer I. N. Foster broke her crank-pin when eight miles north of Sheboygan Wednesday morning and she went into that port for repairs. The break was ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 May 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The schooner Joses passed bound up under canvas with a cargo of ties Tuesday forenoon. The Joses loaded down the peninsula and was on her way to Milwaukee.

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The schooner Joses passed bound up under canvas with a cargo of ties Tuesday forenoon. The Joses loaded down the peninsula and was on her way to ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 20 May 1899
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    Local Nautical Affairs. The hooker Mary has gone into commission for the season. She took a load of slabs from the island mill and Captain Devine intended to dispose of his cargo between here and Milwaukee.

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    Local Nautical Affairs. The hooker Mary has gone into commission for the season. She took a load of slabs from the island mill and Captain Devine intended to dispose of ...

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