The Evening Telegram, 1925

May 28, 1925

Clearance for Labrador
The following vessels have cleared from Port Union for the fishery: Liberty, 47 tons, Capt. P. Fowler, crew of 8, supplied by P. Templeman; Dreadnought, 40 tons, Capt. Percie Bungay, crew of 8, supplied by P. Templeman; Sunbeam, 19 tons, crew of 5, Capt. Caleb Meadus, supplied by P. Templeman; H. F. Ryan, 22 tons, Capt. Elijah Price, crew of 6, supplied by P. Templeman; Lucy Williams, 26 tons, Capt. Stanley Marchin, crew of 7, supplied by Union Trading Co; Whitecoat, 40 tons, Capt Leonard Morgan, crew of 8, supplied by Union Trading Co.; Raleigh, 33 tons, Capt. Harold Picket, crew of 7, supplied by P. Templeman; Dolphin, 46 tons, Capt. John Chalk, crew of 7, supplied by Bowring Bros.; Stella H., 48 tons, Capt Thos. Hynes, crew of 10, supplied by Union Trading Co.; M. B. Furlong, 34 tons, Capt. John Furlong, crew of 7, supplied by Union Trading Co.; Little Madonna, 28 tons, Capt. Thos. Hynes, crew of 7, supplied by Union Trading Co.; Harbinger, 31 tons, Capt. Norman Ralph, crew of 6, supplied by Union trading Co.

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June 26, 1925

Cleared for Fishery

The following  vessels have cleared from Trinity for the fishery:
….J.S.G., 40 tons, Capt. Silas Tucker, 14 persons on board, supplied by Steers, Ltd.;
R. Grenville, 37 tons, Capt. Geo. Vey, crew of 10, supplied by R. G. Rendell & Co.;
Royal Huntress, 76 tons, Capt. Stephen Barfett, 34 persons on board, supplied by Steers, Ltd.;
Exotic, 51 tons, Capt. William H. Smith, 18 persons on board, supplied by Baine Johnston & Co.;
Clarina, 43 tons, Capt James Jones, crew of 9, supplied by R.G. Rendell & Co.;
Petunia, 41 tons, Capt. David Stoyles, crew of 7, supplied by A. H. Murray & Co.;
G. Blanche, 16 tons, Capt. James Spurrell, crew of 5, supplied by A. H. Murray & Co.;
Mary M., Capt. Llewellyn Barfett, crew off 8, supplied by Bowring Bros.;
Jessie Florence, 45 tons, Capt. Wilson Stoyles, crew of 8, supplied by A. E. Hickman & Co.;
Lydia Gertrude, 21 tons, Capt. Alfred Humby, crew of 5, supplied by R. G. Rendell & Co.;
Bonnie Girl, 19 tons, Capt. Elijah Penney, crew of 4, supplied by self, cleared for St. John’s; British Empire, 42 tons, Capt. Simeon Vey, crew of 12, supplied by Bowring Bros.; Edward 7th, 45 tons, Capt. Wilson Vey, crew of 10, supplied by Bowring Bros.; Mary Kate, 35 tons, Capt. W. J. Vey, crew of 10, supplied by Bowring Bros.;

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August 4, 1925

Personal – Messrs. William Campbell and George Cook left for Hatchet Cove, Trinity Bay, by to-day’s express on a visit of inspection to their lead property. Several men are at work on the claim, which gives every promise of success. The ore from this property is very high grade, assaying 86 p.c. lead and 5 p.c. silver to the ton.

 

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December 14, 1925

Mr. James Shaw, formerly of Heart’s Ease, T. B., who left Newfoundland about three years ago. Mr. Shaw now resides in South Boston and was joined on Wednesday by his wife and two children, who arrived on the S.S. Newfoundland.

 

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