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  • Ontario and the Great Lakes
    Ontario and the Great Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Jan. 1911, 89, 91     C. Quackenbush, one of the oldest tugcaptains on the Welland Canal, died atPort Dalhousie. recently, aged 67. Hehad been engaged on tugs for 40 years.During the past season, 2,656 vesselpassages were recorded through theWelland canal. This is an increase ofnearly 600 over the ...
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Jan. 1911, 89, 91   C. Quackenbush, one of the oldest tugcaptains on the Welland Canal, died atPort Dalhousie. recently, aged 67. Hehad been engaged on tugs for 40 years.During the past season, 2,656 vesselpassages ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Ontario and the Great Lakes
    Ontario and the Great Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Feb. 1911, 188-89     Ontario and the Great Lakes.The New Liskeard board of trade decided recently to ask the Dominion Governmentthat work on the constructionof the new dock there be started immediately.The estimate for the dockand harbor facilities is $18,000.The Owen Sound Dredge and ConstructionCo., ...
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), Feb. 1911, 188-89   Ontario and the Great Lakes.The New Liskeard board of trade decided recently to ask the Dominion Governmentthat work on the constructionof the new dock there be started immediately.The estimate for ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Canadian Lake Protective Association
    Canadian Lake Protective Association
    textnewspaper  "Canadian Lake Protective Association," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 267, 269     As announced in the Dominion MarineAssociation's annual report (Railwayand Marine World. Feb.. pg. 181), thevessel owners comprising that Association,decided to withdraw from theGreat Lakes Protective Association, andhave formed the Canadian Lake ProtectiveAssociation, of which the ...
    textnewspaper  "Canadian Lake Protective Association," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 267, 269   As announced in the Dominion MarineAssociation's annual report (Railwayand Marine World. Feb.. pg. 181), thevessel owners comprising that Association,decided to withdraw from theGreat Lakes Protective Association, andhave formed the Canadian ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes
    Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 269     Following is the report of the committeeon aids to navigation presentedat the Dominion Marine Association'sannual meeting recently:--The committee held two meetings in1910, but its work has been supplementedby the proceedings of the executiveand of the grain section of the ...
    textnewspaper  "Aids to Navigation on the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 269   Following is the report of the committeeon aids to navigation presentedat the Dominion Marine Association'sannual meeting recently:--The committee held two meetings in1910, but its work has been supplementedby the proceedings ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Farrar Transportation Company
    Farrar Transportation Company
    textnewspaper  "Farrar Transportation Company," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 269     The report for the year 1910 presentedat the annual meeting at Collingwood,Ont., Jan. 31, showed that thegross earnings of the two steamers were$104,140.52, and operating expenses,$68,517, leaving a net balance of $35,622.98. The assets are placed at $438,444.30, the steamers valued at ...
    textnewspaper  "Farrar Transportation Company," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 269   The report for the year 1910 presentedat the annual meeting at Collingwood,Ont., Jan. 31, showed that thegross earnings of the two steamers were$104,140.52, and operating expenses,$68,517, leaving a net balance ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co.
    Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co.
    textnewspaper  "Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 273     Following are extracts from the reportfor the year 1910, presented at theshareholders' annual meeting in Montreal,Feb. 13.--19101909Gross receipts$1,437,931.42$1,238,044.31Operating expenses1,016,233.23932,918.47Fixed ...
    textnewspaper  "Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 273   Following are extracts from the reportfor the year 1910, presented at theshareholders' annual meeting in Montreal,Feb. 13.--19101909Gross receipts$1,437,931.42$1,238,044.31Operating expenses1,016,233.23932,918.47Fixed ...
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  • A New Type of Lake Freighter
    A New Type of Lake Freighter
    textnewspaper  "A New Type of Lake Freighter," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 273, 275     A freight steamship, The Toiler, isnow being built in England for theCanadian canal and lake trade, whichis a decided innovation. It is simply ahull, without any top hamper, masts, oreven funnels, as it will be operated byinternal combustion oil engines, the sameas automobiles. It ...
    textnewspaper  "A New Type of Lake Freighter," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 273, 275   A freight steamship, The Toiler, isnow being built in England for theCanadian canal and lake trade, whichis a decided innovation. It is simply ahull, without any top hamper, masts, oreven ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.
    Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.
    textnewspaper  "Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 275     The report for 1910, as published inour Feb. issue, was adopted at the annualmeeting in Toronto Jan. 31. Inmoving the adoption, the President, W.J. Sheppard, referred to the agreementwith the G.T.R., under which the companycould be required to build anothervessel of the Hamonic type, ...
    textnewspaper  "Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 275   The report for 1910, as published inour Feb. issue, was adopted at the annualmeeting in Toronto Jan. 31. Inmoving the adoption, the President, W.J. Sheppard, referred to the agreementwith the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. and Thousand Islands Steamboat Co.
    St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. and Thousand Islands Steamboat Co.
    textnewspaper  "St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. and Thousand Islands Steamboat Co.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 277     The property of these two companieshas been acquired by a syndicate headedby E. B. Osler, President Niagara Navigation,and W. D. Matthews, PresidentSt. Lawrence and Chicago Steam NavigationCo., and including also B. W.Folger, General Manager Niagara NavigationCo. The companies were ...
    textnewspaper  "St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. and Thousand Islands Steamboat Co.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 277   The property of these two companieshas been acquired by a syndicate headedby E. B. Osler, President Niagara Navigation,and W. D. Matthews, PresidentSt. Lawrence and Chicago Steam NavigationCo., and including also ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • R. and O. N. Co's Saguenay Steamboat
    R. and O. N. Co's Saguenay Steamboat
    textnewspaper  "R. and O. N. Co's Saguenay Steamboat," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 279     The Richelieu and Ontario NavigationCo.'s steamship, which is under constructionat Glasgow, Scotland, will beready for service by June, and will crossthe Atlantic under her own steam, whenshe will be placed on the Saguenayroute. Her dimensions are, length 285ft., breadth over all. 58 ...
    textnewspaper  "R. and O. N. Co's Saguenay Steamboat," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 279   The Richelieu and Ontario NavigationCo.'s steamship, which is under constructionat Glasgow, Scotland, will beready for service by June, and will crossthe Atlantic under her own steam, whenshe will be placed ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Inland Marine Insurance
    Inland Marine Insurance
    textnewspaper  "Inland Marine Insurance," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 279     A conference with underwriters tookplace in New York Feb. 3 at the officesof Clubb and Sons, underwriters, atwhich the Canadian Lake Protective Associationwas represented by FrankPlummer, President; A. A. Wright, Toronto, and W. S. Wiley, Port Arthur. L.Henderson, Montreal ...
    textnewspaper  "Inland Marine Insurance," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, p. 279   A conference with underwriters tookplace in New York Feb. 3 at the officesof Clubb and Sons, underwriters, atwhich the Canadian Lake Protective Associationwas represented by FrankPlummer, President; A. A. Wright, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Ontario and the Great Lakes
    Ontario and the Great Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 281, 283     The Fort William Coal Dock Co., Ltd.,has increased its capital stock from$50,000 to $200,000.Capt. Jas. Collier, a shipbuilder andmariner on Lake Ontario for over 50years, died at Picton, Feb. 10, aged 74.It is reported that the Northern NavigationCo., and C.P.R. vessels ...
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 281, 283   The Fort William Coal Dock Co., Ltd.,has increased its capital stock from$50,000 to $200,000.Capt. Jas. Collier, a shipbuilder andmariner on Lake Ontario for over 50years, died at Picton, Feb. 10, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Coast Lake and River Officers, 1911
    Coast Lake and River Officers, 1911
    textnewspaper  "Coast Lake and River Officers, 1911," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, pp. 367, 369     Ed. Note: only the Great Lakes and upper Saint Lawrence appointments were transcribed here.
    textnewspaper  "Coast Lake and River Officers, 1911," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, pp. 367, 369   Ed. Note: only the Great Lakes and upper Saint Lawrence appointments were transcribed here.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Steamship Toiler
    Steamship Toiler
    textimagenewspaper  "Steamship Toiler," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 375     The above is a somewhat crude illustration, but the best available of the s.s. Toiler, which is being built in England for the Canadian canal and lake trade, and which was fully described in our last issue....
    textimagenewspaper  "Steamship Toiler," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 375   The above is a somewhat crude illustration, but the best available of the s.s. Toiler, which is being built in England for the Canadian canal and lake trade, and which ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Ontario and the Great Lakes
    Ontario and the Great Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 377     In the House of Commons, Mar. 13, anattempt to raise a discussion as to the advisabilityof commencing the constructionof the proposed Georgian Bay Canalforthwith, was ruled out of order.The Montreal Board of Trade. Mar. 15,decided to request the Minister of Marineto order that the ...
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 377   In the House of Commons, Mar. 13, anattempt to raise a discussion as to the advisabilityof commencing the constructionof the proposed Georgian Bay Canalforthwith, was ruled out of order.The Montreal ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.
    Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.
    textnewspaper  "Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 379     Very full particulars of the terms underwhich Jas. Playfair, of Midland,Ont., and his associates proposed to acquirecontrol of this company, which hasits headquarters at Collingwood. Ont.,were given in our last issue. The offerof 125 for the stock met with the approvalof a ...
    textnewspaper  "Northern Navigation Co. Ltd.," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 379   Very full particulars of the terms underwhich Jas. Playfair, of Midland,Ont., and his associates proposed to acquirecontrol of this company, which hasits headquarters at Collingwood. Ont.,were given in our last ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Welland and Georgian Bay Canals
    Welland and Georgian Bay Canals
    textnewspaper  "Welland and Georgian Bay Canals," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, pp. 379, 381     In referring to inland marine transportationin the House of Commons,Mar. 10, the Minister of Railways said.while Canada must of necessity increaseher railway facilities, she must not lagbehind in keeping her waterways transportationas fully developed as possible.It was a curious ...
    textnewspaper  "Welland and Georgian Bay Canals," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, pp. 379, 381   In referring to inland marine transportationin the House of Commons,Mar. 10, the Minister of Railways said.while Canada must of necessity increaseher railway facilities, she must not lagbehind in keeping her ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Coast Lake and River Officers for 1911
    Coast Lake and River Officers for 1911
    textnewspaper  "Coast Lake and River Officers for 1911," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), May 1911, p. 461     Only Great Lakes and upper Saint Lawrence lines are reproduced here
    textnewspaper  "Coast Lake and River Officers for 1911," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), May 1911, p. 461   Only Great Lakes and upper Saint Lawrence lines are reproduced here
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Ontario and the Great Lakes
    Ontario and the Great Lakes
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), May 1911, pp. 467, 469, 471     It is reported that the Ontario CarFerry Co., is considering the building ofanother car ferry, to run with its carferry Ontario No. 1, between Cobourgand Rochester.The water was withdrawn from theCornwall canal during April, to enablethe contractors, Fallon Bros., to completetheir ...
    textnewspaper  "Ontario and the Great Lakes," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), May 1911, pp. 467, 469, 471   It is reported that the Ontario CarFerry Co., is considering the building ofanother car ferry, to run with its carferry Ontario No. 1, between Cobourgand Rochester.The water was withdrawn from ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Canadian Lake Protective Association
    Canadian Lake Protective Association
    textnewspaper  "Canadian Lake Protective Association," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), June 1911, p. 563     The English underwriters were thefirst to give the Canadian Lake [ProtectiveAssociation full recognition, and announcedin good time a rate of 5 3/4% asa basis rate for vessels belonging eitherto this association or to the Great LakesProtective Association of Cleveland,Ohio Both ...
    textnewspaper  "Canadian Lake Protective Association," The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), June 1911, p. 563   The English underwriters were thefirst to give the Canadian Lake [ProtectiveAssociation full recognition, and announcedin good time a rate of 5 3/4% asa basis rate for vessels belonging eitherto this ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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