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Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, July 22, 1889 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, July 22, 1889,   Boiler Explosion. Narrow Escape of the Engineer and Fireman of the Steamer LOTUS SEEKER Thousand Island Park, July 22. - The boiler of the LOTUS SEEKER was blown up yesterday afternoon while lying at the private dock of her owner, E. R. Holden of new York, and vice-president of the Delaware,...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, October 16, 1893, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, October 16, 1893, page 1page 1  Column 2
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, October 17, 1893, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, October 17, 1893, page 4page 4  Column 1
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), December 17, 1902 
TextNewspapers    ALONG THE LAKES. - The schooner NOYES , from which the crew had been rescued, has gone to the bottom at Charlotte . ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), December 16, 1902 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), December 16, 1902,   Rochester , Dec. 16. - The crew of the schooner JOHN R. NOYES of Cleveland , five in all, was rescued by Capt. Gray and his crew of surfmen and landed safely at Lakeside. It was one of the most gallant struggles with wind and waves ever fought on the Great Lakes. The schooner had been ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Sunday, May 30, 1903 
TextNewspapers    Three barges, the ARGO, CARNEY and BUCKLEY, are on the rocks at Grenadier Island at the entrance of the St. Lawrence River. The barges, with the H. B., left Oswego yesterday, coal laden, in tow of the tug SEYMOUR. In a gale the tow line parted and only the H. B. could be saved. It is feared...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, May 5, 1903 
TextNewspapers    The schooner ACACIA was yesterday reported by Capt. Russell of the tug MARY HALL at Oswego as being ashore at the head of the Main Ducks. The ACACIA left Oswego Saturday with 350 tons of coal for Kingston. ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, October 20, 1903 
TextNewspapers    BARGE ASHORE NEAR OLCOTT. Lockport, Oct. 20. -- A serious wreck has occurred on Lake Ontario at Hopkins Creek, west of Olcott, which resulted in the loss of one large barge. The big propeller Porter, of Picton, Ontario, with the schooners ISABELLA READE and C. W. PECK in tow, got into ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Friday, October 23, 1903 
TextNewspapers    STEAMER HOWARD ASHORE. Ogdensburg, Oct. 23. -- The steamer JOHN C. HOWARD, of the George Hall Coal Company of Ogdensburg, owners, is aground today on the Carleton Island rocks in shore. The steamer, which was bound from Charlotte to Prescott with 2,000 tons of coal for the Canadian Pacific ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, October 27, 1903 
TextNewspapers    The propeller JOHN C. HOWARD, of Ogdensburg was released from the rocks at Carlton Island after lightering 500 tons of her coal cargo. While proceeding to Ogdensburg with the barges BEALS and TOLEDO in tow, a snow storm came up and the three boats were driven on the shore near the city. The ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, May 5, 1903 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, May 5, 1903,   After throwing most of its cargo of coal overboard, the schooner RUBEN DOUD, which was ashore at Devil's Nose, near Charlotte, was released by tugs and towed to Charlotte where she sank decks to. The cargo was insured but the boat is not. ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, April 25, 1904 
TextNewspapers    Wrong vessel
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), August 12, 1908 
TextNewspapers    SMALL TITANIA RAMMED BIG STEAMER KINGSTON, -- SANK IN TWO MINUTES Accident in Charlotte harbor, Lake Ontario, Through Heroic Work of rescuers, Probable Free From Fatalities. ROCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 12. -- With decks crowded with passengers the large steamer KINGSTON of the Richelieu & ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), September 2, 1908 
TextNewspapers    Tonawanda, Sept. 2. -- The steamer Charles Fix with two canal boats in tow as lighters has left Tonawanda for Charlotte via the Welland canal to raise the TITANIA, the steamer recently sunk by a collision with the steamer KINGSTON. Fix Brothers, owners of the TITANIA, have libeled the KINGSTON,...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), September 4, 1908 
TextNewspapers    RECKLESS AND UNSKILLFUL NAVIGATION THE CAUSE. Capt. Frederick L. R. Pope and Joseph G. Schumacher of the united States Steamboat Inspection service in this district have completed their investigation of the collision of the steamers TITANIA and KINGSTON in Charlotte harbor, finding that the ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), November 19, 1908 
TextNewspapers    The tug CLARENCE FIX attempted to tow the hulk of the steamer TITANIA from Charlotte yesterday, but broke away in the strong northwester and returned to Charlotte. The TITANIA is owned by the Fix Brothers of Buffalo and was sunk in August at the entrance to Charlotte Harbor. ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), November 20, 1908 
TextNewspapers    STEAMER TITANIA LIES IN 60 FEET OF WATER. The hulk of the steamer TITANIA, owned by Fix Brothers of Buffalo lies in 60 feet of water off the Devil's Nose, Lake Ontario. She broke away from the CLARENCE FIX on Wednesday and foundered. It is said there is not even a remote chance of the vessel...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), July 8, 1908 
TextNewspapers    SCHOONER ASHORE. Watertown, July 8. -- A Canadian schooner, name unknown, was blown ashore near Sackets Harbor last night in the gale that raged on Lake Ontario and is rapidly going to pieces. The life-saving crew from Big Sandy has been summoned. ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), July 9, 1908 
TextNewspapers    THE JAMES G. BLAINE A TOTAL LOSS. Oswego, July 9. -- The barge JAMES G. BLAINE parted a tow line in the heavy sea yesterday and grounded east of the harbor. The BLAINE is breaking up and vessel and cargo will be a total loss. The BLAINE was formerly the schooner PENSAUKEE, a famous ship in...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), October 28, 1908 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), October 28, 1908,   Kingston, Ont., Oct. 28. -- The steam barge FRED MERCUR, loaded with coal, from Oswego, has gone ashore near Cape Vincent in a fog. She belongs to the Hall Company of new York. The steamer CITY OF NEW YORK, is ashore near Hallidays Point, eight miles down the river, on her way to Kingston....
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