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  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1894
        Marine. The Fritz Karste will fish off the canal this winter. In the event of the catch being light there, she will shift to some point further south, probably Kewaunee or Two Rivers...
      Marine. The Fritz Karste will fish off the canal this winter. In ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1894
        Marine. The steamer Liberty has gone into winter quarters at this port...
      Marine. The steamer Liberty has gone into winter quarters at this port...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Oct 1894
        Lake and Bay. The little tug Liberty of Washington Island has undergone a thorough overhauling. She shaft was cut off and the engine moved aft four feet. New timbers and ceiling was put in, making her much stiffer. Joel Ashby now controls the throttle on this trim little ...
      Lake and Bay. The little tug Liberty of Washington Island has undergone ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Oct 1894
        Lake and Bay. The tug Goldsmith, owned by Reynolds & Co., of this city, was bought Saturday of last week by Breyman Bros., of Toledo. Consideration $6000. The Goldsmith had belonged to the local fleet for many years, and about three years ago received a thorough rebuild, ...
      Lake and Bay. The tug Goldsmith, owned by Reynolds & Co., of ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 4 Oct 1894
        Washington Island. To the Editor of the Democrat: Detroit Harbor, Sept. 29th--The scow Gurthrie (sic) of Milwaukee, ran on Fishermans Shoal during the night of the 26th. She is loaded with bark, which is owned by T. Platner (sic) of Milwaukee. Fishermans Shoal is about four ...
      Washington Island. To the Editor of the Democrat: Detroit Harbor, Sept. 29th--The ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 15 Dec 1894
        Marine. After a hard season's work, the tug Geo. Nelson has come through with very few mishaps, and her machinery will require little or no repairing to be in readiness for another season's operation. ...
      Marine. After a hard season's work, the tug Geo. Nelson has come ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Apr 1896
        Along the Docks. The Seymour in Commission.The Port Washington Chair Co.'s steambarge R. A. Seymour, in command of Capt. Ed Cox, went in to commission Wednesday afternoon. She cleared for Ellison Bay to load lumber for her owners. The Seymour is one of the best barges ...
      Along the Docks. The Seymour in Commission.The Port Washington Chair Co.'s steambarge ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The W & M Railway Co. has had a small crew in charge of an engineer making soundings through the ice at Peshtigo harbor for the past week. The contemplate more improvements in the spring, and this is a preliminary to doing some dredging...
      Along the Docks. The W & M Railway Co. has had a ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to be doing a good business. The tug Welcome operating in the vicinity of the Door is making pretty good lifts...
      Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. M. Frieman, of Green Bay, has brought the steamer City of New Baltimore, paying therefor $3,000. She will probably continue in the excursion business for which she is expressly fitted...
      Along the Docks. M. Frieman, of Green Bay, has brought the steamer ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 18 Apr 1896
        Along the Docks. The little steambarge Liberty arrived in port Thursday...
      Along the Docks. The little steambarge Liberty arrived in port Thursday...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The Welcome, of Washington Island, arrived at the canal last Wednesday with a cargo of lake caught trout, consigned to Capt. A. Kalmbach...
      Along the Docks. The Welcome, of Washington Island, arrived at the canal ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 1 Feb 1896
        Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to be doing a good business. The tug Welcome operating in the vicinity of the Door is making pretty good lifts...
      Along the Docks. The fishing tugs operating off Kewaunee are said to ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 6 Mar 1897
        Local. The new fire tug August F. Jansen, built by Rieboldt & Wolter of this city, for the city of Milwaukee, was given a trial trip Wednesday, and another Thursday. Everything was found satisfactory...
      Local. The new fire tug August F. Jansen, built by Rieboldt & ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 13 Mar 1897
        Baileys Harbor The tug Truscott, which was scuttled to save her from being shoved ashore about two weeks ago is being raised by Capt. John Brann. The work has progressed so far that the decks are now above water. Nels Nelson, of Sawyer, has been hired to do the repair ...
      Baileys Harbor The tug Truscott, which was scuttled to save her from ...
  • Jackson Harbor
    Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Aug 1902, p. 4, column 4     JACKSON HARBOR. ... About two years ago the Buckley & Douglas Lumber Co. of Manistee, Mich. lost a large raft of sawlogs near here and they came to our shore. These logs are now being picked up and shipped to Manistee on the barge Buckley. She left Sunday with several ...
    Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 30 Aug 1902, p. 4, column 4   JACKSON HARBOR. ... About two years ago the Buckley & Douglas Lumber ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 11 Nov 1905, p. 3
        Messrs. Audry and Arthur Cornell arrived on the tug Hattie Jordan Sunday and spent part of the day visiting their home at Washington Harbor. The former is engaged on the tug and the latter is working in an axe handle factory at Gladstone. The tug Welcome, owned by J. C. ...
      Messrs. Audry and Arthur Cornell arrived on the tug Hattie Jordan Sunday ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
        Marine News in Brief. The license of the captains of the tugs Satisfaction and N. Boutin were suspended for a period of ten days because the tugs did not carry the double crew required by law when a run of more than twelve hours is made. On a recent run ...
      Marine News in Brief. The license of the captains of the tugs ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
        Marine News in Brief. The United States marshal will make an attempt to release the tug Kate Williams, ashore at Washington Island, and T. H. Elam, of Milwaukee, came here Wednesday and leased the tug Nelson and steam pumps of Leathem & Smith for that purpose. The tug is in ...
      Marine News in Brief. The United States marshal will make an attempt ...
  • Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 26 Oct 1907
        Marine News in Brief. Owing to a change in the plans of her owners, carferry Ann Arbor No. 1, which was to have been rebuilt in the south drydocks in Milwaukee, has been towed to Manitowoc, where the work of refitting the vessel with new boilers and strengthening her hull ...
      Marine News in Brief. Owing to a change in the plans of ...
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