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  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), April 4, 1859
        The Launch On Saturday - The launch of the steamer built by Messrs. Malcolmson & Co., at the City Wharf, took place on Saturday. Owing to the east wind blowing very keenly, there was not so large a number of spectators as we anticipated. At twenty-five minutes after two o'clock, ...
      The Launch On Saturday - The launch of the steamer built by ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), May 28, 1861, page 3
        This was the launch of the Hero...
      This was the launch of the Hero...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), April 24, 1862
        Launch Of A Hamilton Vessel The barque Cambria, built in St.Catharines by Mr. Shickluna, for Messrs. Malcolmson of this city, was launched at that place on Thursday last. The launch took place in the afternoon, and was witnessed by a large number of persons. Between three and four ...
      Launch Of A Hamilton Vessel The barque Cambria, built in St.Catharines by ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), April 22, 1862
        Vessels For The Coal Oil Trade The St. Catharines Journal says: "We understand that on Friday or Saturday last, Mr. Muir, the eminent ship-builder and owner, of Port Dalhousie, was waited upon by a deputation from the oil regions of Enniskillen, who made him an offer to purchase ...
      Vessels For The Coal Oil Trade The St. Catharines Journal says: "We ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), August 6, 1863
        A engravinging of the launch can be found in the Great Lakes Images files from Ivan Brookes, History of Hamilton Harbour. ...
      A engravinging of the launch can be found in the Great Lakes ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), May 4, 1863
        Launch - Mr. Shickluna, of St.Catharines, launched a fine propeller on Wednesday last. She is named the "America" , and is the fifth propeller built by Mr. S.. Her dimensions are: length 145 feet overall; 26 feet beam; 12 feet hold; and 400 tons burden, carpenters measure.. They ...
      Launch - Mr. Shickluna, of St.Catharines, launched a fine propeller on Wednesday ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), September 5, 1866
        Launch At Wellington Square - Quite a large party assembled at the dock yard of the Square yesterday afternoon, to witness the launching of a new schooner which has been in process of construction for some time past. The launch was announced in the morning, but the necessary ...
      Launch At Wellington Square - Quite a large party assembled at the ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), February 26, 1867
        A New Iron Steamer - A fine new iron steamer is at present in course of construction at Capt. Zealand's yard, under the supervision of Captain John Malcolmson, the owner. The hull was built at one of the famous establishments on the Clyde, Scotland, and having been set up complete, ...
      A New Iron Steamer - A fine new iron steamer is at ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), November 26, 1867
        Launch At Port Nelson - On Saturday last a staunch little craft was launched at Port Nelson, built by Alex Leclair for W.J. Douglass, the whole work having been completed since the 1st of September, as the timeber was standing in the tree at that time. She is seventy feet ...
      Launch At Port Nelson - On Saturday last a staunch little craft ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), September 25, 1867
        Launch At Wellington Square - A fine new schooner was launched at Wellington Square yesterday, by Messrs. Bunten and Waldie, being the third completed there the present season. The new craft was named "Sweepstakes". The launch was witnessed by a large number of spectators. The ...
      Launch At Wellington Square - A fine new schooner was launched at ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), May 2, 1868
        Launch - Agreeably to announcement the launch of the fine schooner Undine took place this afternoon at the shipyard of Mr. LaVallee, situated at the foot of John Street. About three hundred people witnessed the launch, which was successfully accomplished shortly after two o'clock. The ...
      Launch - Agreeably to announcement the launch of the fine schooner Undine ...
  • Hamilton Evening Times (Hamilton, ON), May 1, 1868
        Shipbuilding In Hamilton - Completion Of Another Splendid Vessel - The enterprise of shipbuilding is not a leading one in Hamilton, but there is no question that the work performed in that branch is of a superior order, and our marine artisans augment the lake fleets by one or two ...
      Shipbuilding In Hamilton - Completion Of Another Splendid Vessel - The enterprise ...
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