The Nautical Gazette Volume 99

The Nautical Gazette Volume 99

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...Two began to think of a way to upset me, and the last proudly offered Brooklebanks as the solution. No: Brocklebanks ACCORDING to the Depehe Coloniale, all the French lines which lost ships during the war as the results of enemy action have had their losses made good through a distribution of surrendered German tonnage. The following table gives the names of the reimbursed companies and the tonnage which each of them received: DAN BROSTROM. formerly naval secretary of Sweden. and "OW manfllllns director of the Swedish-American and affiliated lines. reached New York last Sunday on the Drottningholm. Mr. Brnstrom was accompanied by Senator Gustaf Boman. and others prominent in Swedish shipping circles. Hsmm H. DOEHLER. President of the Doehlcr Die Casting Company. was elected Chairman of an organi. zation of Brooklyn manufacturers formed by the Brooklyi_i Chamber nf_Comniqrcc to work for better steamsliip transportation I8Cilil.icS in that borough. Ci_iARi.i-rs F. Dujrcri. admiralty counsel and general solicitor for the Sliippirig Board. has resigned, effective on lovember l and will join the Boston law firm of Putnam. Putnam 8: Bell. Mr. Dutch was made adgieiliialty counsel in July, 1919, succeeding lm A. Camp CAPTAIN T. Eric: -ziir of the Moore 1cCormaQk Co, has returned from a three-months tnp to Scandinavian countries and Ireland. _ CAPT. Li-zici-. C. Pii..u: ir, United States Navy, retired. will leave in the near future for the Far East go perfect the organization of the uuston. Williams & Wigmore Company in China and Japan. J. B. D. _Pi=: NNiN'c has been appointed the American representative of the Rotterdam Lloyd and of the hederland Company. of Amsterdam. in succession 0 W. Ruys. The Joint offices are in the South more

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  • Paperback | 574 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236837258
  • 9781236837257