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  • Barge Halsted Released
    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jun 1914, p. 2, column 3     BARGE HALSTED RELEASED.

    The barge Halsted, which was on the beach at Washington Harbor, was re­ leased and brought here Sunday.

    The Halsted was driven on the beach during the storm of November last and was given up as a total loss, having been raised high and dry by ...

    NewspaperText  Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Jun 1914, p. 2, column 3   BARGE HALSTED RELEASED.

    The barge Halsted, which was on the beach at Washington Harbor, was re­ leased and brought here Sunday.

    The Halsted was driven on the beach during the ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 May 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The Washington Island tug Liberty was in port several days the first of the week, during which time her engineer, Chas. Allen made some needed repairs to the engine, the crank pin of which ran hot at times. She was also given a new siphon. The Liberty ...

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    Our Inland Marine. The Washington Island tug Liberty was in port several days the first of the week, during which time her engineer, Chas. Allen made some needed repairs to ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. Joel Ashby has gone to Washington Island to take charge of the tug Welcome's engine, having left here Wednesday morning on the tug Truscott.

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    Our Inland Marine. Joel Ashby has gone to Washington Island to take charge of the tug Welcome's engine, having left here Wednesday morning on the tug Truscott.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Detroit Harbor. The tugs Welcome and Truscott have been fishing out of this port all winter but have on the while had a hard job of it as they are quite light and not built at all for ice crushing.

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    Detroit Harbor. The tugs Welcome and Truscott have been fishing out of this port all winter but have on the while had a hard job of it as they are ...

  • 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), 7 Mar 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott, of Washington Island, received a new crank shaft while at the canal within the week. The shaft was constructed at Manitowoc and before being placed into position it had to be dressed down, thereby causing considerable delay.

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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott, of Washington Island, received a new crank shaft while at the canal within the week. The shaft was constructed at Manitowoc and before being ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 29 Feb 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott arrived at the canal on Thursday afternoon from Washington Island with about ten tons of fresh fish on board. No trouble was encountered from ice all the way down the lake.

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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott arrived at the canal on Thursday afternoon from Washington Island with about ten tons of fresh fish on board. No trouble was encountered from ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Sep 1895
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    Detroit Harbor. Fishing from Detroit Harbor has become quite an industry of late, up till about five years ago, when the Hill Bros. began operations here, there were none. Since then Capt. Jno. Cornell, tug Unknown; Capt. Uls. Cornell, tug Welcome; Capt. P.M. Chambers, tug L. ...

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    Detroit Harbor. Fishing from Detroit Harbor has become quite an industry of late, up till about five years ago, when the Hill Bros. began operations here, there were none. Since ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 21 Aug 1897
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    The Lake Marine. The fishing tug Truscott is in dry dock here undergoing a general overhauling below the water line.

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    The Lake Marine. The fishing tug Truscott is in dry dock here undergoing a general overhauling below the water line.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Detroit Harbor. The tugs L.P. Hill and Liberty tooted their whistles for the first time this season on the 4th inst. They are all ready and will fish with set hooks for a while.

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    Detroit Harbor. The tugs L.P. Hill and Liberty tooted their whistles for the first time this season on the 4th inst. They are all ready and will fish with set ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 8 Dec 1894
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    Detroit Harbor. The doctor is at present attending to John Baptist. He has been fishing for Capt. J. Cornell on the tug Truscott and from the wet and cold got congestion of the lungs.

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    Detroit Harbor. The doctor is at present attending to John Baptist. He has been fishing for Capt. J. Cornell on the tug Truscott and from the wet and cold got ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 17 Nov 1894
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    Our Inland Marine. The Advocate is in receipt of a lengthy communication from Capt. A. G. Brown of Milwaukee who was master as well as owner of the scow L. May Gutherie, which stranded on Fisherman's shoal on the morning of Sept. 27, in which he expresses his gratitude to ...

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    Our Inland Marine. The Advocate is in receipt of a lengthy communication from Capt. A. G. Brown of Milwaukee who was master as well as owner of the scow L. ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott, Capt. Peter Jordan, arrived from Washington Island with about 5,000 pounds of fresh fish on Tuesday by way of Green Bay. She reported having seen the two vessels, which were carried out of Ephraim by the ice move on Monday, in the vicinity ...

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    Our Inland Marine. The tug Truscott, Capt. Peter Jordan, arrived from Washington Island with about 5,000 pounds of fresh fish on Tuesday by way of Green Bay. She reported having ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Detroit Harbor. Capt. P.H. Pedersen is giving the schooner Iris new rails, stanchions, bulwarks, covering boards, knight beads and the two upper streaks all the way around.

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    Detroit Harbor. Capt. P.H. Pedersen is giving the schooner Iris new rails, stanchions, bulwarks, covering boards, knight beads and the two upper streaks all the way around.

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  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Mar 1896
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    Our Inland Marine. The tug M. A. Knapp, which was purchased by Green Bay parties last week, will be taken to her new home port shortly. The tug Karste, which was also purchased by Green Bay parties, will be kept here for the present and is being utilized in fishing ...

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    Our Inland Marine. The tug M. A. Knapp, which was purchased by Green Bay parties last week, will be taken to her new home port shortly. The tug Karste, which ...

  • Sturgeon Bay Advocate (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 14 Aug 1897
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    The Lake Marine. The steambarge Pewaukee, stone-laden from Garret Bay and bound to Milwaukee, broke her pump shortly after leaving Garret Bay Saturday night, and it was with great difficulty that she reached this port the following morning. Repairs were made here and she got ...

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    The Lake Marine. The steambarge Pewaukee, stone-laden from Garret Bay and bound to Milwaukee, broke her pump shortly after leaving Garret Bay Saturday night, and it was with great difficulty ...

  • 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 ...

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