The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
We found 43 matching items.
Groups:  The Railway and Marine World   Sort by:  Relevance
gallerylist with thumbnailslist
Ontario and the Great Lakes 
TextNewspapers  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Jan. 1911, 89, 91  C. Quackenbush, one of the oldest tug captains on the Welland Canal, died at Port Dalhousie. recently, aged 67. He had been engaged on tugs for 40 years. During the past season, 2,656 vessel passages were recorded through the Welland canal. This is an increase of nearly 600 over the ...
Ontario and the Great Lakes 
TextNewspapers  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Feb. 1911, 188-89  Ontario and the Great Lakes. The New Liskeard board of trade decided recently to ask the Dominion Government that work on the construction of the new dock there be started immediately. The estimate for the dock and harbor facilities is $18,000. The Owen Sound Dredge and Construction Co., ...
Canadian Lake Protective Association 
TextNewspapers  "Canadian Lake Protective Association," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 267, 269  As announced in the Dominion Marine Association's annual report (Railway and Marine World. Feb.. pg. 181), the vessel owners comprising that Association, decided to withdraw from the Great Lakes Protective Association, and have formed the Canadian Lake Protective Association, of which the ...
Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes 
TextNewspapers  "Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 269  Following is the report of the committee on aids to navigation presented at the Dominion Marine Association's annual meeting recently:-- The committee held two meetings in 1910, but its work has been supplemented by the proceedings of the executive and of the grain section of the ...
Farrar Transportation Company 
TextNewspapers  "Farrar Transportation Company," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 269  The report for the year 1910 presented at the annual meeting at Collingwood, Ont., Jan. 31, showed that the gross earnings of the two steamers were $104,140.52, and operating expenses, $68,517, leaving a net balance of $35,622.98. The assets are placed at $438,444.30, the steamers valued at ...
Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co. 
TextNewspapers  "Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 273  Following are extracts from the report for the year 1910, presented at the shareholders' annual meeting in Montreal, Feb. 13.-- 1910 1909 Gross receipts $1,437,931.42 $1,238,044.31 Operating expenses 1,016,233.23 932,918.47 Fixed ...
A New Type of Lake Freighter 
TextNewspapers  "A New Type of Lake Freighter," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 273, 275  A freight steamship, The Toiler, is now being built in England for the Canadian canal and lake trade, which is a decided innovation. It is simply a hull, without any top hamper, masts, or even funnels, as it will be operated by internal combustion oil engines, the same as automobiles. It ...
Northern Navigation Co. Ltd. 
TextNewspapers  "Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 275  The report for 1910, as published in our Feb. issue, was adopted at the annual meeting in Toronto Jan. 31. In moving the adoption, the President, W. J. Sheppard, referred to the agreement with the G.T.R., under which the company could be required to build another vessel of the Hamonic type, ...
St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. and Thousand Islands Steamboat Co. 
TextNewspapers  "St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. and Thousand Islands Steamboat Co.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 277  The property of these two companies has been acquired by a syndicate headed by E. B. Osler, President Niagara Navigation, and W. D. Matthews, President St. Lawrence and Chicago Steam Navigation Co., and including also B. W. Folger, General Manager Niagara Navigation Co. The companies were ...
R. and O. N. Co's Saguenay Steamboat 
TextNewspapers  "R. and O. N. Co's Saguenay Steamboat," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 279  The Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co.'s steamship, which is under construction at Glasgow, Scotland, will be ready for service by June, and will cross the Atlantic under her own steam, when she will be placed on the Saguenay route. Her dimensions are, length 285 ft., breadth over all. 58 ...
Inland Marine Insurance 
TextNewspapers  "Inland Marine Insurance," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 279  A conference with underwriters took place in New York Feb. 3 at the offices of Clubb and Sons, underwriters, at which the Canadian Lake Protective Association was represented by Frank Plummer, President; A. A. Wright, Toronto, and W. S. Wiley, Port Arthur. L. Henderson, Montreal ...
Ontario and the Great Lakes 
TextNewspapers  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 281, 283  The Fort William Coal Dock Co., Ltd., has increased its capital stock from $50,000 to $200,000. Capt. Jas. Collier, a shipbuilder and mariner on Lake Ontario for over 50 years, died at Picton, Feb. 10, aged 74. It is reported that the Northern Navigation Co., and C.P.R. vessels ...
Coast Lake and River Officers, 1911 
TextNewspapers  "Coast Lake and River Officers, 1911," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, pp. 367, 369  Ed. Note: only the Great Lakes and upper Saint Lawrence appointments were transcribed here.
Steamship Toiler 
TextImageNewspapers  "Steamship Toiler," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 375  The above is a somewhat crude illustration, but the best available of the s.s. Toiler, which is being built in England for the Canadian canal and lake trade, and which was fully described in our last issue. ...
Ontario and the Great Lakes 
TextNewspapers  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 377  In the House of Commons, Mar. 13, an attempt to raise a discussion as to the advisability of commencing the construction of the proposed Georgian Bay Canal forthwith, was ruled out of order. The Montreal Board of Trade. Mar. 15, decided to request the Minister of Marine to order that the ...
Northern Navigation Co. Ltd. 
TextNewspapers  "Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 379  Very full particulars of the terms under which Jas. Playfair, of Midland, Ont., and his associates proposed to acquire control of this company, which has its headquarters at Collingwood. Ont., were given in our last issue. The offer of 125 for the stock met with the approval of a ...
Welland and Georgian Bay Canals 
TextNewspapers  "Welland and Georgian Bay Canals," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, pp. 379, 381  In referring to inland marine transportation in the House of Commons, Mar. 10, the Minister of Railways said. while Canada must of necessity increase her railway facilities, she must not lag behind in keeping her waterways transportation as fully developed as possible. It was a curious ...
Coast Lake and River Officers for 1911 
TextNewspapers  "Coast Lake and River Officers for 1911," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), May 1911, p. 461  Only Great Lakes and upper Saint Lawrence lines are reproduced here
Canadian Lake Protective Association 
TextNewspapers  "Canadian Lake Protective Association," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), June 1911, p. 563  The English underwriters were the first to give the Canadian Lake [Protective Association full recognition, and announced in good time a rate of 5 3/4% as a basis rate for vessels belonging either to this association or to the Great Lakes Protective Association of Cleveland, Ohio Both ...
Wireless Telegraphy on the Great Lakes 
TextNewspapers  "Wireless Telegraphy on the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), June 1911, p. 563  The following item appeared in our April issue:- "In connection with recent press reports to the effect that the Northern Navigation Co. intended to equip its vessels with wireless telegraph apparatus this year, we are officially advised that as there are no receiving stations on the ...
Sort
Media Types
Contributors
Years
1910s 1910191119121913191419151916191719181919
Subjects

Only the top 50 will appear here.

Item Types
Groups
gallerylist with thumbnailslist
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit