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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Tues., Nov. 16, 1880
    Globe (Toronto, ON), Tues., Nov. 16, 1880
    textnewspaper       Belle Sheridan's Survivor______The Fullest Account yet Given of the Loss of the Vessel and Crew.______James McSherry, sole survivor of the crew of the Belle Sheridan, was seen this morning. He is ill, his lungs being badly affected. He was scarcely able to speak, but the following facts ...
    textnewspaper     Belle Sheridan's Survivor______The Fullest Account yet Given of the Loss of the Vessel and Crew.______James McSherry, sole survivor of the crew of the Belle Sheridan, was seen this morning. He ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 11, 1854
    Globe (Toronto, ON), May 11, 1854
    textnewspaper       Two of the vessels in the dry dock all winter, the Louis Shickluna and Welland, are now nearly ready for sea - in fact the former passed up the canal last evening. The steamer Britannia is also on the stocks repairing, but we are informed, will be floated off the ...
    textnewspaper     Two of the vessels in the dry dock all winter, the Louis Shickluna and Welland, are now nearly ready for sea - in fact the former passed up the canal ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), Thurs. June 5, 1855
    Globe (Toronto, ON), Thurs. June 5, 1855
    textnewspaper       BURNING OF THE STEAMER "PORCUPINE" We regret to state that on Sunday evening last, about half past seven o'clock, whilst the Tug steamer PORCUPINE, with an empty barge in tow, was coming down to this point, and when nearly opposite the residence of Rev. Mr. Blakey, a fire broke out ...
    textnewspaper     BURNING OF THE STEAMER "PORCUPINE" We regret to state that on Sunday evening last, about half past seven o'clock, whilst the Tug steamer PORCUPINE, with an empty barge in tow, ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), April 11, 1861, page 2
    Globe (Toronto, ON), April 11, 1861, page 2
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), April 11, 1861, page 2page 2     The Launch Of A Schooner At OakvilleThe good times are once more visiting Oakville. In the years 1854, '55 and '56 launches were of frequent occurrence, but of late they have been few and far between. There is good promise, however, of a revival. On Tuesday last a fine schooner, ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), April 11, 1861, page 2page 2   The Launch Of A Schooner At OakvilleThe good times are once more visiting Oakville. In the years 1854, '55 and '56 launches were of frequent occurrence, but of late they ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 10, 1861, page 3
    Globe (Toronto, ON), May 10, 1861, page 3
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 10, 1861, page 3page 3     The schooner Alpha cleared from Hamilton on the 3rd instant for Kingston with 15,259 bushels of No. 1 Spring wheat. This is the first cargo of the season from Chicago via Sarnia and G.W.R .. The Alpha was built this year at Oakville by Messrs. Duncan Chisholm and John Simpson ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 10, 1861, page 3page 3   The schooner Alpha cleared from Hamilton on the 3rd instant for Kingston with 15,259 bushels of No. 1 Spring wheat. This is the first cargo of the season from Chicago ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), June 1, 1861, page 3
    Globe (Toronto, ON), June 1, 1861, page 3
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), June 1, 1861, page 3page 3     Launch At Hamilton - On Thursday evening, at five o'clock, the new screw-steam tug Hero was launched at Cook's Wharf. She went most beautifully off the slip without any accident occurring, and will be ready to proceed to Dundas on Monday to have her boiler put in. She is an ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), June 1, 1861, page 3page 3   Launch At Hamilton - On Thursday evening, at five o'clock, the new screw-steam tug Hero was launched at Cook's Wharf. She went most beautifully off the slip without any accident ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4page 4     This was the schooner Agnes Hope , launched, not without difficulty on 18 Aug. 1869.
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), April 22, 1869, page 4page 4   This was the schooner Agnes Hope , launched, not without difficulty on 18 Aug. 1869.
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), August 20, 1869, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), August 20, 1869, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 20, 1869, page 4page 4     Launch At Hamilton - The Times says a new and beautiful three- masted vessel was launched on Wednesday afternoon [August 18], from the yard of Mr. A.M. Robertson , at the foot of MacNab street, and as she glided off, her colours were flung in the breeze, displaying the name ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 20, 1869, page 4page 4   Launch At Hamilton - The Times says a new and beautiful three- masted vessel was launched on Wednesday afternoon [August 18], from the yard of Mr. A.M. Robertson , at ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), August 21, 1869, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), August 21, 1869, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 21, 1869, page 4page 4     Not Quite A Launch - The Hamilton Times says the new vessel Agnes Hope was not got clearly into the water on Wednesday [August 18], as we were led to state from a report that reached us just previous to publication; but by the disappointment of the hour the spectacle ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 21, 1869, page 4page 4   Not Quite A Launch - The Hamilton Times says the new vessel Agnes Hope was not got clearly into the water on Wednesday [August 18], as we were led to ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 12, 1874, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), May 12, 1874, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 12, 1874, page 4page 4     The new yacht Queen of the West was launched at Hamilton on Saturday [May 9]....
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 12, 1874, page 4page 4   The new yacht Queen of the West was launched at Hamilton on Saturday [May 9]....
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1
    Globe (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1page 1     Hamilton , June 14 - A new steam yacht, named D. Bowen , has made its appearance on Burlington Bay and is intended to make regular trips to the Beach ....
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), June 15, 1874, page 1page 1   Hamilton , June 14 - A new steam yacht, named D. Bowen , has made its appearance on Burlington Bay and is intended to make regular trips to the Beach ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), October 26, 1872, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), October 26, 1872, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), October 26, 1872, page 4page 4     Messrs. SimpsonChisholm have entered into arrangements for the construction of three new propellers at their yard at North Chatham , the blocks for the keels of two of which are already laid. One is to be constructed for Mr. Malcomson , of Dundas , and is to be of full ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), October 26, 1872, page 4page 4   Messrs. SimpsonChisholm have entered into arrangements for the construction of three new propellers at their yard at North Chatham , the blocks for the keels of two of which are ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 9, 1873, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), May 9, 1873, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 9, 1873, page 4page 4     LaunchChatham , May 7 - The large propeller built by SimpsonChisholm for Capt. John Malcolmson , was successfully launched this afternoon and christened " Armenia "....
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 9, 1873, page 4page 4   LaunchChatham , May 7 - The large propeller built by SimpsonChisholm for Capt. John Malcolmson , was successfully launched this afternoon and christened " Armenia "....
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 13, 1873, page 1
    Globe (Toronto, ON), May 13, 1873, page 1
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 13, 1873, page 1page 1     Chatham , May 12 - The continued wet weather for the past fortnight has somewhat delayed the shipbuilders in pushing on their work, and one or two steamers will be behind times in completion. The new propeller lately launched belonging to Captain Malcomson sets well in the water. Her boilers ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 13, 1873, page 1page 1   Chatham , May 12 - The continued wet weather for the past fortnight has somewhat delayed the shipbuilders in pushing on their work, and one or two steamers will be ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), May 16, 1873, page 1
    Globe (Toronto, ON), May 16, 1873, page 1
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 16, 1873, page 1page 1     St. Catharines , May 15 - The new propeller Stanley , built by Messrs. Simpson and Chisholm , of Chatham , for Messrs. WylieYoung , of Hamilton , made her first trip through the canal today. The Stanley is 275 tons burden, carrying capacity 16,000 bushels....
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), May 16, 1873, page 1page 1   St. Catharines , May 15 - The new propeller Stanley , built by Messrs. Simpson and Chisholm , of Chatham , for Messrs. WylieYoung , of Hamilton , made her ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), July 9, 1873, page 1
    Globe (Toronto, ON), July 9, 1873, page 1
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), July 9, 1873, page 1page 1     Chatham , July 8 - The new propeller Armenia , owned by Malcomson Brothers , of Hamilton , left this port to-day with a cargo of staves for French Creek ....
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), July 9, 1873, page 1page 1   Chatham , July 8 - The new propeller Armenia , owned by Malcomson Brothers , of Hamilton , left this port to-day with a cargo of staves for French Creek ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), September 8, 1873, page 1
    Globe (Toronto, ON), September 8, 1873, page 1
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), September 8, 1873, page 1page 1     St. Catharines , September 6 - Messrs. Beatty , of Thorold , are having built for them at ChisholmSimpson' s yard, Chatham , a fine new screw steamer, to be called the Ontario . She is to be launched shortly, and is waiting for her engine, which is contructing here ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), September 8, 1873, page 1page 1   St. Catharines , September 6 - Messrs. Beatty , of Thorold , are having built for them at ChisholmSimpson' s yard, Chatham , a fine new screw steamer, to be ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), November 24, 1873, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), November 24, 1873, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), November 24, 1873, page 4page 4     LaunchChatham , Nov. 22 - The steamer Ontario , to Beatty' s Lake Superior Line of Steamers, was successfully launched from ChisholmSimpson 's ship yard this morning. She is 192 feet long, 34 feet beam, and 13 feet hold; has a splendid upper cabin, 6 state rooms, and a pair ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), November 24, 1873, page 4page 4   LaunchChatham , Nov. 22 - The steamer Ontario , to Beatty' s Lake Superior Line of Steamers, was successfully launched from ChisholmSimpson 's ship yard this morning. She is 192 ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1874, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1874, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1874, page 4page 4     The new steam barge D.D. Van Allen , building at Chatham , will be finished to-day, and to-morrow, at 1 o'clock p.m., a trial trip will be made down the river. Invitations to be on board being given to the stockholders and their friends only....
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), July 27, 1874, page 4page 4   The new steam barge D.D. Van Allen , building at Chatham , will be finished to-day, and to-morrow, at 1 o'clock p.m., a trial trip will be made down the ...
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  • Globe (Toronto, ON), August 13, 1874, page 4
    Globe (Toronto, ON), August 13, 1874, page 4
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 13, 1874, page 4page 4     Chatham , August 12 - The propeller Quebec , of Beatty's SarniaLake Superior Mail Line, was successfully launched at four o'clock this afternoon from ChisholmSimpson 's shipyard. Over 2,000 people were present. Her dimensions are: length 200 feet, breadth 34 feet, depth 14 ...
    textnewspaper  Globe (Toronto, ON), August 13, 1874, page 4page 4   Chatham , August 12 - The propeller Quebec , of Beatty's SarniaLake Superior Mail Line, was successfully launched at four o'clock this afternoon from ChisholmSimpson 's shipyard. Over 2,000 people ...
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