Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Marine Record (Cleveland, OH), May 9, 1895, p. 12

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12 THE MARINE RECORD. ~ Walter H. Oades’ Shipyard, MARINE RAILWAY AND SHEERS, Ship Carpenters, Calkers & Joiners. Working on reasonable terms. Yard: Foot of Dubois Street, DETROIT. Telephone 1670, 3 rings. The Pennsylvania Brass Works, ERIE, PA. Automatic Piston or Mocking Bird Whis- tles. Special Whistles made to order. Penna. Steam Flue Cleaner. Water Gages, Penna. Gage Cocks, Air Cocks, Oil Cups, Brass and Bronze Castings a Specialty. ABRAM SMITH. ANGUS H. SMITH. ABRAM SMITH & SON, SHIP-BUILDERS, ALGONAGC, MICH. Wooden Ships of any description built, rebuilt, or repaired. Send for specifications, prices, etc. Goods slips for laying up boats. i 1-40) | Ny 2 iCONGRESS ST. BOSTON. PAS. TUBING, MERCHANT & C0,, % ‘Seamless Drawn Condenser Tubes. _ Brass Pump Rods, Sheet Copper, Ete, | SPIRAL RIVETED GALVANIZED ite IRON PIPE. BILGE. PUMPS. _. The rearrangement of the dining cars on the Nickel Plate Road provides breakfast and din- ner on the New York and Boston Express No. 2 eastbound, breakfast and dinner on the Fast Western Express No. 5, and dinner on No, 6. This newly established service not only accom- modates the through passengers of that line more satisfactorily, but provides a better ar- rangement for its local patrons, 234 | ESTABLISHED 1871. INCORPORATED 1893. MONTAGUE IRON WORKS CO,, ./MANUFACTURER® OF MONTAGUE, MIOH. Marine ana Stationary ENgineS — cages ms AND BOILERS OF ALL KINDS. Heavy Castings a Specialty, Prices Quoted on Application, Fore and Aft Compound Marine Engines. The Engines in the ollowing boats are of our manufacture. Edward Buckley, Manistee, 18 and 36x30. Sachem, Grand Haven, 21 and 38x36. Charles A. Street, Chicago, 20 and 36x36. Isabella J. Boyce, Michigan City, 19 and 32x26. M. T. Greene, Chicago, 20 and 36x36. Passenger and Freight Steamer, Mabel Bradshaw, Muskegon, 16 and 28x26. Tonia, Grand Hayen, 24 and 46x42. Survey Steamer Wy S. Hancock, 12 and 21x20. Mark B. Covell, Manistee, 18 and 30x26. Passenger and Frieght Steamer, Bon Voyage, Sauga- tuck, 16 and 30x26. Tug, Hunter} Chicago, 15 and. 28x22. Tug, Edward G. Crosby, Muskegon, 16 and 30x24. Oval Agitator, Chicago, 14 and 28x2o. Tug, Peter Coates, Sault Ste Marie, 10 and 20x16, Luella H. Worthington, Cedar River, 19 and 36x30. Passenger Steamer, E. G. Maxwell, Pentwate 14 and 28x20, The engraving represents our zo and 36x36 Fore and Aft Compound Marine Engine. We build them == all sizes and guarantee them to give satisfaction. >= Prices furnished on application. : Montague Iron Works Co.,Montague, Mich, FRANK MORRISON, COMPASS ADJUSTER AND MANUFACTURER OF NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS. COMPASSES. BAROMETERS, PATENT LOGS, BINNACLES, STEAM GAUGES, MARINE GLASSES, ENGINE INDICATORS. All Nautical Instruments Carefully Repaired. Office with Upson, Walton & Co., 164 River St., Cleveland, 0. Grummond Tug Line, WRECKING. TUG SWAIN STATIONED AT MACKINAW CITY. TUG CRUSADER STATIONED AT THE ‘SOG.’ TUG CHAMPION STATIONED AT: DETROIT. ALL WITH WRECKING OUTFITS ABOARD. U. CRANT CRUMMOND, Mer. DETROIT, MICH. J. H. OWEN, Prest., Chicago. F. H. VAN CLEVE, Sec’y, Escanaba. Capt. GEO, BARTLEY, Supt., Escanaba. ESGANABA TOWING & WRECKING €0., Escanaba, Mich. Tugs, Lighters, Steam Pumps, Hawsers, Hydraulic Jacks and Diving: Appliances always ready. TUG MONARGH—Engine Compound, Cylinder 16 & 30 in. diameter, 30 in. Stroke, Steam Pressure allowed, 125 lbs. TUG DELTA—Cylinder 20 by 22; Steam Pressure allowed, 105 Ibs. TUG OWEN—Cylinder 20 by 20, Steam Pressure’ allowed, 104 lbs. SEVEN AND FOURTEEN INCH SUCTION. FLUE SCRAPERS. HE only device that will ef- fectually remove Scale and Sediment from Flues without in- jury to flues or boiler. Made of tool steel, hardened, { | concaved and ground, producing f 5 two sharp edges, and can be ame) Worked either way. A Set will last about 10 years. /} Used in more than 90 different cities and give universal satis- faction. A Shell Scraper.and a paten- ted inside. flue cleaner given with each set. : Send outside diameter of your flues for a trial set. E.RAYFIELD, Sole Manufacturer, 873 Dearborn St., Chicago, CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS. BAUER’S EXTERNAL <stenomeetomaanes deh. MARINE ENGINEERING (Also Stationary and Locomotive) ; Me- chanics; Mechanical Drawing; Electric- tty; Archit. cture; Iron Work; Railroad, £3 Bridge and Municipal Engineering; Plumb- £3 ing; Heating; Mining, Prospecting; Engiish7s Branches: ° CANDIDATES PREPARED TO OB-/§ 4 TAIN LICENSES. Courses begin with Arith- AS metic. Send for Free Circular, stating sub- Gove ns ject you wish to study. Gy The International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, Pa. Baker's Quadruple Grip Anchor AGENTS WANTED. Watertown Brass & Mfg. Co., WATERTOWN, N. Y.- Send Stamp for -Catalo- gue. Mfrs. Yacht, Boat and Canoe Hardware. Special Work a Specialty. Boat Rails, Stanchions, Htc. MENTION THIS PAPER, Katzenstein Self-Acting Metal Packing for Piston Rods, Valve Stems, Etc., of every, description, for Steam Engines, Pumps, Ete. Adopted and in _use by the principal Iron Works, Steamship Companies, Mills and Engine Builders, Elec- . tric Light and Power Plants within the last twelve years sn “yg PACKING for Slip-Joints Lijit] on Steam Pipes and for Hy- = : “ draulic Pressure. Also METAL GASKETS for all sizes and shapes of flanges. Double-Acting Balanced Water-tight Bulk- head Doors for Steamers. Also Agents for the McColl-Cumming Patent Liquid Rudder Brake. | L. KATZENSTEIN & CO., General Machinists, Brass Finishers and Engineers’ Supplies, 357 West Street, N ewYork, N.Y. A. GILMORE & SONS ToLtepo Dry Dock. | } | Telephone No, 157, TOLEDO, OHIO. Vessels Docked and Repaired at Reasonable Rates. Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad. THE “SAGINAW VALLEY ROUTE” FROM DETROIT AND MONROE HAS The Best Train Service and Slosest Connections for all Northern Michigan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and beyond. Write for a Folder. A. PATRIARCHE, Traffic Manager, SAGINAW, MICH. ERIE LINES 141 Superior St., CLEVELAND N. Y. & Pitts. Exp,........ecoees *815am *7 00am Pitts, AcGomin: folcicccccscsapast 1115 am 7145 pm New York Sp’! & Pitts. Exp. *100 pm *8 45 am Special Pitts. Express........... *250pm *1030am Patts. exp sce eee csccseclse w. *400pm f850pm Ne Vp Se Pitts Pl xp i icscccaxdie acccaasebaamecs *6 00 pm Pittsburg Express, ....c.cfcecs- C11 16° PAM # airticctscecs *Daily. tDaily except Sunday. The short and direct route to Pittsburg, Washing- ton and Baltimore. Only 3 hours and 35 minutes to Pittsburg, four trains daily. For tickets, sleeping car space and further intorma- tion address City Passenger Agent, 141 Superior St. (Weddell House Block,) or Central Passenger Station, South Water Street. A. M. Tucker, Gen’! Mgr., Cleveland, O. F. W. Buskirk, A. G. P. A., Chicago. Sk 2 AES AY OCTANE ONE 8 RE. OCR ES Rates are offered on the certifica'e plan by agents of the Nickel Plate Road to Springfield, Mass. and Hartford, Conn., May 8th to 16th, account Y. M. C, A. Convention, and to Wash- ington, D. C. May 9th to 17th, account South- ern Baptist Association. 233

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