The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
We found 10 matching items.
Groups:  Mail   Sort by:  Relevance
gallerylist with thumbnailslist
Mail (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1875, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1875, page 1page 1  St. Catharines , July 26 - On Saturday afternoon last [July 24] Captain Miller launched from his yard in Port Dalhousie one of the largest vessels ever built on the Welland Canal . She is named "The Ark ". Her dimensions are 176 feet 6 inches keel; 179 over all; 36 feet 7 inches beam; ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), April 20, 1874, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), April 20, 1874, page 4page 4  New Steamers - Two new screw steamers named respectively Ontario and Quebec , have just been completed at Chatham , Ont., for Beatty 's Lake Superior line between Sarnia , Fort William and Duluth . ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), May 7, 1874, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), May 7, 1874, page 1page 1  Sarnia , May 6 - The new propeller Ontario , of Beatty's Royal Mail Line of steamers, arrived here from Chatham this morning, about eleven o'clock, to take her place on the Sarnia and Lake Superior line. She will not leave for some time, not being furnished as yet. ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1page 1  Chatham , June 13 - The new propeller built by Messrs. Simpson & Chisholm for a stock company here was successfully launched at three p.m. today and christened " D.R. Van Allen ", to honour of our present Mayor of that name. ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), April 26, 1880, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), April 26, 1880, page 1page 1  Obituary Notes [Part Only] A Prince Among Shipbuilders Flags were flying at half-mast from several of the principal business places in St.Catharines on Saturday [April 24] and nearly all the vessels and steam craft on the canal, out of respect to Mr. Louis Shickluna , the celebrated boat...
Mail (Toronto, ON), Monday, September 2, 1872 
TextNewspapers    Oswego, Aug. 31 - A gale of unusual severity for this season of the year has prevailed here since Thursday. The schooner ALPHA, from Toronto, for this port went ashore, five miles below the harbor, and will probably be a total wreck. Her crew were taken off in the life-boat last night. The...
Mail (Toronto, ON), Friday, September 6, 1872 
TextNewspapers    MARINE DISASTER THE "ORION" OF HAMILTON (The Oswego Palladium gives the following:) "From a conversation with Capt. Daniel Pease, of the lost vessel, we gather the following particulars: The ORION had a cargo of freestone from Cleveland, Ohio, for Brockville, Ontario, and was running down...
Mail (Toronto, ON), Saturday, October 18, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Charlotte, N.Y., Oct. 17 - The schooner MARY of Chaumont, with a cargo of limestone, went ashore at 4 o'clock this morning. The crew were saved. The vessel is going to pieces. ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), Tuesday, October 21, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Oswego, Oct. 20 - The schooner NEW YORK, with lumber from Toronto to this port, went ashore last night, above the new breakwater. The crew were saved. - LATER : - The schooner NEW YORK, ashore above the piers, is breaking up, and will be a total wreck. The storm is the severest of this ...
Mail (Toronto, ON), Saturday, April 12, 1879 
TextNewspapers  Mail (Toronto, ON), Saturday, April 12, 1879,   An Interesting Relic. A Rocking Chair Made from the Keel of Vessel Built Sixty Years Ago. The sailing packet Duke of Richmond, 70 tons burthen, launched spring, 1820, at the foot of Frederick street, York; owned and sailed by Capt. Edward Oates; December, 1826, bound from Oswego to York with...
Sort
Media Types
Contributors
Years
1870s 1870187118721873187418751876187718781879
1880s 1880188118821883188418851886188718881889
Item Types
Groups
gallerylist with thumbnailslist
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit