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  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), 21 Aug 1861
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    Excursion to Ogdensburgh

    To the Editor of the Reporter.

    Sir:-

    Although the inhabitants of Gananoque are pretty thoroughly acquainted with the low effusions which too frequently accompany the editorials of the British Whig, ...

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    Excursion to Ogdensburgh

    To the Editor of the Reporter.

    Sir:-

    Although the inhabitants of Gananoque are pretty thoroughly acquainted with the low effusions which too frequently accompany the editorials of ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), 7 Aug 1861
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    day morning next at eight o'clock - returning the same evening. The Gananoque Brass Band will accompany her, and Wood's string band has also been engaged for the accommodation of dancers. The Boat will call at Darling's Wharf, Rockport, Brockville and Prescott. Fare to ...
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    day morning next at eight o'clock - returning the same evening. The Gananoque Brass Band will accompany her, and Wood's string band has also been engaged for the accommodation ...
  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), 17 Jan 1874
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    This morning as four men were at work on the wheel of the steamer Spartan, lying at the foot of Johnson Street, when the staging which supported them gave way, and they were precipitated into the water. Three of them were kept afloat by planks, and were quickly rescued in ...

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    This morning as four men were at work on the wheel of the steamer Spartan, lying at the foot of Johnson Street, when the staging which supported them gave way, ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), July 10, 1886
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    STEAMER WRECKED.

    The large steamer Oconto of the N.L. Co. went ashore on Tuesday night on the shoal opposite Thousand Island Park. She was on her first trip between Cleveland and Ogdensburg, and had discharged her load of grain at the latter place ...

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    STEAMER WRECKED.

    The large steamer Oconto of the N.L. Co. went ashore on Tuesday night on the shoal opposite Thousand Island Park. She was on her first trip between ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Nov. 14, 1885
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    GREAT LOSS OF LIFE

    Owen Sound, Nov. 10th - The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s steamer Algoma, which left Owen Sound on the 5th inst., went ashore in a blinding snow storm and gale of wind on Isle Royal, Lake Superior, at 4 a.m. on Saturday. About eight passengers and ...

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    GREAT LOSS OF LIFE

    Owen Sound, Nov. 10th - The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s steamer Algoma, which left Owen Sound on the 5th inst., went ashore in a blinding snow ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Oct. 3, 1885
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    p.3The steamer Hero collided with the steamer Quinte Thursday morning stoving a hole in the latter's side. The officers of the Quinte are said to be wholly in fault as they attempted to run the steamer across the bow of the Hero in endeavoring to make the dock first. ...

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    p.3The steamer Hero collided with the steamer Quinte Thursday morning stoving a hole in the latter's side. The officers of the Quinte are said to be wholly in fault ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Nov. 17, 1883
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    SEVERE STORMS

    Last Sunday was as fine a day as anyone could desire. The River was as smooth as glass, not a breath of wind stirring to ripple its surface; and the air was warm and balmy as in early Summer. But towards evening a change occurred; a North-west wind ...

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    SEVERE STORMS

    Last Sunday was as fine a day as anyone could desire. The River was as smooth as glass, not a breath of wind stirring to ripple its surface; ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Oct. 27, 1883
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    p.2 Troubles at Oswego

    We regret to hear of troubles at Oswego between the firm of E.W. Rathbun & Co., and the longshoremen. They originated from the refusal of the firm to pay 30 cents a thousand for discharing lumber, the men demanding that sum for unloading the ...

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    p.2 Troubles at Oswego

    We regret to hear of troubles at Oswego between the firm of E.W. Rathbun & Co., and the longshoremen. They originated from the refusal of ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Dec. 9, 1882 Supplement
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    WRECK OF THE HENRY FOLGER

    Last week we noticed the narrow escape from wreck on Lake Erie of the schooner Henry Folger, with a cargo of coal for Brockville from Cleveland. She was caught in a gale and lost most of the canvas, jib-boom, top masts, and had the deck ...

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    WRECK OF THE HENRY FOLGER

    Last week we noticed the narrow escape from wreck on Lake Erie of the schooner Henry Folger, with a cargo of coal for Brockville from ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Oct. 28, 1882
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    OUR INLAND WATERS

    Three Years' Wrecks, Burnings, and Loss of Life

    Nearly 500 Human Lives Lost

    Though the consideration of the danger resulting from the overcrowding of steamboats has been forced upon the ...

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    OUR INLAND WATERS

    Three Years' Wrecks, Burnings, and Loss of Life

    Nearly 500 Human Lives Lost

    Though the consideration of the danger resulting from the overcrowding of steamboats has ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), June 17, 1882 p.3
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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, June 14th - Letters have been received here today by the owners of the steambarge Vanderbilt which confirm the report circulated to the effect that that steamer had been destroyed by fire on Saturday morning, the 10th ...

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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, June 14th - Letters have been received here today by the owners of the steambarge Vanderbilt which confirm the report circulated to the effect that that ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), May 27, 1882 p.3
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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, May 22nd - Scarcely has navigation opened; scarcely has the awakening of trade caused by the breaking up of the long and dreary winter opened, when the news was received of the loss of one of the finest propellers that ...

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    STEAMER BURNED

    Collingwood, May 22nd - Scarcely has navigation opened; scarcely has the awakening of trade caused by the breaking up of the long and dreary winter opened, when ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Sept. 17, 1881 p.3
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    DISASTERS ON THE LAKES

    Frankfort, Mich., Sept. 11th - The steamer Columbia, of the Collingwood and Chicago Line, foundered off Frankfort last night at eleven o'clock, and fifteen persons were drowned. Among the number missing are Captain Malcolmson, ...

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    DISASTERS ON THE LAKES

    Frankfort, Mich., Sept. 11th - The steamer Columbia, of the Collingwood and Chicago Line, foundered off Frankfort last night at eleven o'clock, and fifteen persons ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), May 29, 1880 p.2
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    BURNING OF A STEAMER

    The Algona loaded with hay and baskets at Hogansburgh Friday last for this city. The hay, twenty-eight tons, worth eight dollars per ton, was for D.G. Cahoon. The baskets were for Newill & Smith. The fire was discovered when just below Pine Tree ...

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    BURNING OF A STEAMER

    The Algona loaded with hay and baskets at Hogansburgh Friday last for this city. The hay, twenty-eight tons, worth eight dollars per ton, was for D.G. ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), March 2, 1878 p.2
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    In the Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries we find that there are in the Dominion 476 ? Light Stations; 509 Lights; 25 Fog Whistles; and 2 Automatic Fog Horns. The total number of men employed in connection with the Lights and Whistles is 474. Detailed ...

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    In the Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries we find that there are in the Dominion 476 ? Light Stations; 509 Lights; 25 Fog Whistles; and ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Oct. 30, 1875
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    p.2 Yesterday morning about 2 a.m., a collision took place between some barges near the Sister Light, about 18 miles up the river. The facts are as follows: The tug Gardiner was going West with the barges Argosy, Black Diamond, and a schooner in tow, and the tugs Bronson ...

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    p.2 Yesterday morning about 2 a.m., a collision took place between some barges near the Sister Light, about 18 miles up the river. The facts are as follows: The ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Sept. 18, 1875 p.2
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    DISASTERS ON LAKE MICHIGAN

    Chicago, Sept. 11th

    A terrible disaster occurred on Lake Michigan early yesterday morning, which has just been reported here. The propeller Equinox, on her way from Chicago to Bay City, Mich., with salt, and towing the schooner ...

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    DISASTERS ON LAKE MICHIGAN

    Chicago, Sept. 11th

    A terrible disaster occurred on Lake Michigan early yesterday morning, which has just been reported here. The propeller Equinox, on her way from ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), Aug. 7, 1875
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    LOSS OF THE TUG BOAT JOE MAC

    About noon on last Saturday, the well-known steam tug, Joe Mac, the property of Seymour, Gardener & Co., of Ogdensburg, passed upwards from Brockville with a schooner in tow. When near the Five Mile Light House, the ...

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    LOSS OF THE TUG BOAT JOE MAC

    About noon on last Saturday, the well-known steam tug, Joe Mac, the property of Seymour, Gardener & Co., of Ogdensburg, passed upwards ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), April 10, 1875
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    p.2 New Steamer - Mr. Geo. Chaffey, of Kingston, has favored us with a beautiful picture of a beautiful boat which he is now building for Messrs. Folger & Hanley, to be called the Geneva. She is a screw steamer, of handsome model, gracefully proportioned, arranged in the best ...

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    p.2 New Steamer - Mr. Geo. Chaffey, of Kingston, has favored us with a beautiful picture of a beautiful boat which he is now building for Messrs. Folger & ...

  • Gananoque Reporter (Gananonque, ON), June 27, 1874
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    Loss of the Shannon

    The Schooner Shannon, owned by the Messrs. Acton of this Village, sprung a leak about twenty miles out from Oswego, on Saturday last, and sank in a few minutes. She had a cargo of coal on which there was no insurance. The leak ...

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    Loss of the Shannon

    The Schooner Shannon, owned by the Messrs. Acton of this Village, sprung a leak about twenty miles out from Oswego, on Saturday last, and sank ...

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