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  • The Polson Iron Works
    Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21     The Polson Iron Works. This Toronto firm has a lot of marine other work on hand. The principal contract is for a flat-bottomed stern-wheel steamboat for the C.P.R. for use on the Stikine River, & one for another company for the Stewart River, reference to which appears on another ...
    Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21   The Polson Iron Works. This Toronto firm has a lot of marine ...
  • Notices to Mariners
    Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21     NOTICES TO MARINERS Dominion Department of Marine and Fisheries. All bearings, unless otherwise noted, are magnetic & are given from seaward; miles are nautical miles; heights are above high water, & all depths are at mean low water. ... No. 11, Feb. 24--Port ...
    Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 21   NOTICES TO MARINERS Dominion Department of Marine and Fisheries. All bearings, unless ...
  • Marine Notes of Interest
    Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 22     THE RAILWAY AND SHIPPING WORLD. Marine Notes of Interest. The S. S. Algonquin is being repaired at Toronto, under the supervision of Captains McMaugh & Crannie. Mrs. Thomas Donnelly, wife of the Government Steamboat Inspector at Kingston, Ont., died suddenly Mar. 2, ...
    Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), Mar 1898, p. 22   THE RAILWAY AND SHIPPING WORLD. Marine Notes of Interest. The S. S. ...
  • Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), October 1907, page 775
        The proposal to establish a dry dock at Port Dalhousie, or between there and Port Colborne, does not appear to be favorably received in marine circles, owing to the fact that large vessels could not ...
      The proposal to establish a dry dock at Port Dalhousie, or between ...
  • Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), December 1920, page 688
        The steam tug Eleanor, owned in Port Dalhousie, was considerably damaged by fire at St.Catharines, Nov. 7. She was engaged on the repair of the pier there, and ...
      The steam tug Eleanor, owned in Port Dalhousie, was considerably damaged by ...
  • Railway & Marine World (Toronto, ON), August 1934, page 368
        Welland Canals Work. - Dominion Railways and Canals Department has received tenders for levelling the banks of, and filling the third Welland Canal, from its intersection with the ship canal to Carleton Street in <name reg="St.Catharines" ...
      Welland Canals Work. - Dominion Railways and Canals Department has received tenders ...
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