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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jan 1890
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    Marine Intelligence. Capt. John Walker has taken the contract to raise the boiler and engine of the tug Batchelder and place it on the ice, and he left for Red River this week for that purpose. It is understood that he has purchased the engine, which will be placed in ...

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    Marine Intelligence. Capt. John Walker has taken the contract to raise the boiler and engine of the tug Batchelder and place it on the ice, and he left for Red ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jan 1890
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    Marine Intelligence. Albert W. Goodrich, the only child of the late Capt. Goodrich, has arrived at his majority, and it is semi-officially announced that he will be given an important position in the management of the affairs of the transportation company at the next meeting of the board of ...

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    Marine Intelligence. Albert W. Goodrich, the only child of the late Capt. Goodrich, has arrived at his majority, and it is semi-officially announced that he will be given an important ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jan 1890
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    Marine Intelligence. Leathem & Smith this week sold the barge Mayflower to C. D. Sheldon, of Houghton, Mich., for $4,500 in cash. Mr. Sheldon will take the vessel to Lake Superior at the opening of navigation and employ her in the stone carrying business.

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    Marine Intelligence. Leathem & Smith this week sold the barge Mayflower to C. D. Sheldon, of Houghton, Mich., for $4,500 in cash. Mr. Sheldon will take the vessel to Lake ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jan 1890
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    Marine Intelligence. In tearing the tug Leathem to pieces for the purpose of making repairs and giving her a general overhauling it was found that most of the timber in the frames is as sound to-day as it was twelve years ago at the time she was built.

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    Marine Intelligence. In tearing the tug Leathem to pieces for the purpose of making repairs and giving her a general overhauling it was found that most of the timber in ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), Saturday, 14 Oct 1893, page 5
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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Rope Yarns and Running Rigging. The fine steamer I. Watson Stephenson has been placed out of commission for the season at Marinette and is now undergoing her usual overhauling, which consists of washing down scrubbing, oiling and slating from “keelson to truck.” Captain Nicholson never ...

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    Rope Yarns and Running Rigging. The fine steamer I. Watson Stephenson has been placed out of commission for the season at Marinette and is now undergoing her usual overhauling, which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Rope Yarns and Running Rigging. The Chicago tug Prodigy picked up a large tow of lumber-laden vessels at Kewaunee last week. The fleet consisted of the C. J. Boyce, Truman Moss, Kate Lyons, Naiad and Olga.

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    Rope Yarns and Running Rigging. The Chicago tug Prodigy picked up a large tow of lumber-laden vessels at Kewaunee last week. The fleet consisted of the C. J. Boyce, Truman ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Rope Yarns and Running Rigging. The tug M. A. Gagnon has been hauled out at Jackson’s shipyard, Menominee, for an overhauling this winter.

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    Rope Yarns and Running Rigging. The tug M. A. Gagnon has been hauled out at Jackson’s shipyard, Menominee, for an overhauling this winter.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Niko came near running down the lighter with the warehouse on board in the canal Wednesday afternoon. The warehouse was only partly on the scow when the Niko came through the canal like a hog going to war, sheering from one side of the revetment ...

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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Niko came near running down the lighter with the warehouse on board in the canal Wednesday afternoon. The warehouse was only partly on the scow ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. When the steamer A. P. Wright blew four blasts of her whistle for a tug Wednesday evening the tug Smith was lying in the canal and as the sound appeared to come from off the lake Captain Batchelder steamed outside and on seeing the lights of an ...

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    Among the Fleet. When the steamer A. P. Wright blew four blasts of her whistle for a tug Wednesday evening the tug Smith was lying in the canal and as ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The steamer A. P. Wright bound to Escanaba for an ore cargo took the canal for it Wednesday and was piloted through the bay by the tug Nelson. The Wright came down the bay about a marine league and lay to in the ice and signaled for ...

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    Among the Fleet. The steamer A. P. Wright bound to Escanaba for an ore cargo took the canal for it Wednesday and was piloted through the bay by the tug ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. As was stated last week a new crew awaited the arrival of the tug Ames at South Chicago. The chief engineer and firemen were retained, but the captain, mate and second engineer went on the dock. The new crew consists of Captain James Currans, master, James Carr, ...

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    Among the Fleet. As was stated last week a new crew awaited the arrival of the tug Ames at South Chicago. The chief engineer and firemen were retained, but the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The new lighthouse tower at the canal vibrates to such a degree that it effects the running of the clock. Additional supporters for wire guy lines will be placed immediately . This will consist of sinking four six feet square cement blocks just below the surface. In ...

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    Among the Fleet. The new lighthouse tower at the canal vibrates to such a degree that it effects the running of the clock. Additional supporters for wire guy lines will ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. Four large iron ore steamers passed down in light trim for Escanaba for cargoes. These were the Manhatten and Massachusetts of the I. O. T. Co., which passed in the morning, and the Thomas Davidson and Geo. T. Hope, both of which passed down in the early ...

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    Among the Fleet. Four large iron ore steamers passed down in light trim for Escanaba for cargoes. These were the Manhatten and Massachusetts of the I. O. T. Co., which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Walter Vail and consort barge Baltic passed down in light trim on Friday bound to Green Bay city for grain cargoes. The recent collision between the Baltic and steamer John Craig in the straits resulted in the Craig going into Milwaukee leaking. The Baltic was ...

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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Walter Vail and consort barge Baltic passed down in light trim on Friday bound to Green Bay city for grain cargoes. The recent collision between ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The steamlaunch Bouquet, of the lighthouse department at the canal has been making daily trips between the cut and the city since the ice formed in the upper part of the bay. On Tuesday she got fast in the anchor ice when about two-thirds of the distance ...

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    Among the Fleet. The steamlaunch Bouquet, of the lighthouse department at the canal has been making daily trips between the cut and the city since the ice formed in the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Jos. L. Hurd, with a lumber cargo for Chicago, lay in port Monday afternoon and night awaiting the sea from the SE to run down in the lake before proceeding further. She got away the following morning. The barge A. T. Bliss, which towed behind ...

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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Jos. L. Hurd, with a lumber cargo for Chicago, lay in port Monday afternoon and night awaiting the sea from the SE to run down ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Pewaukee is to be converted into an unrigged tow barge this winter. Her machinery and boiler, and both houses for’ard and aft are to be removed. Her owners thought of rebuilding her, at first, but she is in such a soft condition that it would ...

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    Among the Fleet. The steamer Pewaukee is to be converted into an unrigged tow barge this winter. Her machinery and boiler, and both houses for’ard and aft are to be ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The schooner L. B. Coates took 154 cords of wood from here the first of the week. The Pankratz took her in tow for Manitowoc Wednesday night. The Pankratz also had a scow load of slabs for delivery at Manitowoc. The Pankratz also towed the Coates down ...

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    Among the Fleet. The schooner L. B. Coates took 154 cords of wood from here the first of the week. The Pankratz took her in tow for Manitowoc Wednesday night. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 Dec 1898
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    Among the Fleet. The tug Ames arrived from South Chicago Monday afternoon, having come down the lake light. The Ames together with barges Nos. 1 and 2, which were brought over from Peshtigo shortly after noon Monday, lay in port owing to stress of weather. The outfit got away Tuesday ...

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    Among the Fleet. The tug Ames arrived from South Chicago Monday afternoon, having come down the lake light. The Ames together with barges Nos. 1 and 2, which were brought ...

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