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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 May 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. From 14 to 18 miles an hour is the speed predicted by seamen for the new tug Cecelia Hill recently launched at Fish Creek.

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    Our Inland Marine. From 14 to 18 miles an hour is the speed predicted by seamen for the new tug Cecelia Hill recently launched at Fish Creek.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Karste set two gangs of nets in the bay on Wednesday and a like number Thursday. She has one gang set in the lake, which was put in last week, and the first lift made on Saturday realized a haul of 400 pounds.

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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Karste set two gangs of nets in the bay on Wednesday and a like number Thursday. She has one gang set in the lake, which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The first arrival from Green Bay this season was the steambarge Liberty, Capt. John Johnson, which arrived in port late Thursday afternoon.

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    Our Inland Marine. The first arrival from Green Bay this season was the steambarge Liberty, Capt. John Johnson, which arrived in port late Thursday afternoon.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 Jan 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott was at the canal Tuesday with a cargo of fish which had been sent here from Washington Island. They were consigned to Capt. A. Kalmbach.

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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott was at the canal Tuesday with a cargo of fish which had been sent here from Washington Island. They were consigned to Capt. A. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 29 Feb 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The new pier building on Chambers Island by the Wisconsin Chair Co. will have a depth of about eighteen feet of water on the outside. The shore is said to be quite bold at that point, hence there is no necessity of going out above 100 feet.

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    Our Inland Marine. The new pier building on Chambers Island by the Wisconsin Chair Co. will have a depth of about eighteen feet of water on the outside. The shore ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. Capt. Clow is sole owner of the tug Agnes Arnold, having just purchased Major Schofield's interest in the craft. It is not unlikely that the Arnold will engage in towing stone scows again during the coming season.

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    Our Inland Marine. Capt. Clow is sole owner of the tug Agnes Arnold, having just purchased Major Schofield's interest in the craft. It is not unlikely that the Arnold will ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 Jan 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. Nothing remains of the piers at Clay Banks, Horn's Pier and Foscoro except a few piles here and there, but these will likely disappear in time. The superstructure has long since yielded to the force of wind and sea.

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    Our Inland Marine. Nothing remains of the piers at Clay Banks, Horn's Pier and Foscoro except a few piles here and there, but these will likely disappear in time. The ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Feb 1897
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    Winter Marine Notes. The fishing tugs Truscott and Annie D. have been blocked in at Mud Bay by drift ice for several days. In an attempt to release herself Sunday morning the Truscott broke her rudder and one of the blades of her propeller wheel by coming in contact with ...

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    Winter Marine Notes. The fishing tugs Truscott and Annie D. have been blocked in at Mud Bay by drift ice for several days. In an attempt to release herself Sunday ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Feb 1897
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    Winter Marine Notes. The tugs Truscott and Annie D. which are operating out of Mud Bay are making some good hauls of trout. Each tug averages about a half a ton to the lift, but as the bottom has dropped out of the trout market there is little in it ...

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    Winter Marine Notes. The tugs Truscott and Annie D. which are operating out of Mud Bay are making some good hauls of trout. Each tug averages about a half a ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Feb 1897
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    Winter Marine Notes The anchor ice which hemmed in the fishing tugs Annie D. and Truscott at Mud Bay came from Rock island passage from whence it was driven by the northerly winds. The ice field was about six or eight miles in extent and a good deal of it ...

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    Winter Marine Notes The anchor ice which hemmed in the fishing tugs Annie D. and Truscott at Mud Bay came from Rock island passage from whence it was driven by ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Aug 1897
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    The Lake Marine. The tug L. P. Hill passed through here on her way south Thursday evening from Fish Creek, where she received a new house. The Hill has a two year's contract to fish for Two River (sic) parties and she was on her way to that port to ...

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    The Lake Marine. The tug L. P. Hill passed through here on her way south Thursday evening from Fish Creek, where she received a new house. The Hill has a ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Feb 1897
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    Winter Marine Notes. At Green Bay the steamer John Denessen will receive a general overhauling between now and the opening of navigation in the spring. The principal repairs will be a new cabin and pilothouse complete. A new smoke stack will also be added.

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    Winter Marine Notes. At Green Bay the steamer John Denessen will receive a general overhauling between now and the opening of navigation in the spring. The principal repairs will be ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Feb 1897
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    Winter Marine Notes. Captain Thomas Guinen, of Washington Harbor, transferred to William E. Furlong of Milwaukee, the tug Liberty and an outfit of twenty-five boxes of floats and lead fishing nets for $1,500. The Liberty is wintering at the bay entrance to the ship canal. It ...

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    Winter Marine Notes. Captain Thomas Guinen, of Washington Harbor, transferred to William E. Furlong of Milwaukee, the tug Liberty and an outfit of twenty-five boxes of floats and lead fishing ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Feb 1897
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    Winter Marine Notes. The little schooner S. B. Paige, Captain Alex. Laurie's vessel, will be given some new bottom planking and otherwise repaired and placed in first-class shape in anticipation of a busy season. Captain Laurie will engage her in the coastwise trade again.

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    Winter Marine Notes. The little schooner S. B. Paige, Captain Alex. Laurie's vessel, will be given some new bottom planking and otherwise repaired and placed in first-class shape in anticipation ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 27 Feb 1897
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    Sunk in Mud Bay.

    The tug Truscott lies sunk in Mud Bay, the accident occurring during the northeast gale of Monday. The Truscott had repaired to Mud Bay after getting out of the ice in Baileys Harbor and was lying at anchor ...

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    Sunk in Mud Bay.

    The tug Truscott lies sunk in Mud Bay, the accident occurring during the northeast gale of Monday. The Truscott had repaired to ...

  • 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 ...

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