The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
Vol. 1, No. 1 (April 1873)
Boom charter, pp. 15-20 PDF (1.3 MB)
IS THE WISCONSIN LUMBERMAN. property pawing along sid river. Provided, Mr. SPAU LDINGO of Block River Falls. bas always, that a free acd easy passage be by in process of construction at Section 46 on the msid company at all times preserved or coil- line of the Wisconsin Central Railroad, at the structed ro that the navigation be not Imped . ed or hindered for rafts, bosat., bartgs, logs crosing of the Little EPU Pieine, a large milL and timber, or other property floating or rnn. We leamn Invidentaly that Mr. SP-AuLvi ning on thb. waters or said river. estimates his thuber coutigeous to the mill at Section 6. A frecand eany pabsage for rafts, lO,00,000. IHoth hard wood and pine will boats, barges. logs and luntier or at lenst lie wanuractured. eighty ieet, lhali be by said company main- taIned In the main Wiscousil river until such - time as Benjamin Single Jr., C. Clark of Mar. Epizootic last fall seriously interfered with athon rounty, and John Finch of Portage togging opperations throughout the Michigan. county, or any two of them, shall make and ..isconin and Minnesota pinerie. Iie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Por- tage county their wertificate that the taid slough, known as the Be-sie Slough, has been The Boom nCompany at Muskegon Mieh., so improved as to admit of the- free and easy rafted and delivered to ownera in 1572. passage for rafts, boats, barges. logs and lum; 315 4.000 ilIg bar, or property floating or running on the waters of aid river. - Section 7. Said company is bereby author loggiug has bece. earrie t oathis winter lIed to purchase, hold, use and enjoy any miear Wausat where twenty-one years ago eharter heretofore granted authorizing the construction of piers and booms in said river tile sime treces were hardly large ewiugh between the points herein specified. for oar-stenis. It is geiierully cn..ceeded Seeton 8. Any person who shall unlawful- that pine is as rapid in its growth as auy ly Inoure or destroy any of the piers, booms or other works, or open the boom of the said of our lorest trees. company, shall be liable in treble the amount of the actual damages, to be by the company Tue Marinette Nagle says: recovered by an action at law. Section 9. This act shall be held to be a "Over 55,000,000 feet of logs have been public act of the State of Wisconsin, and shall ' put in by the Peshtigo Company this sea- be tn force from and after its passage. son. We predicted 60,000,000 feet aud H. D. BARRON, the cut would have exceeded even that Speaker of the Assembly. but for the early breAk-tup." M. H. PKTIT, The Peshtigu. Company is oue of the Approved, President of the Senate. C. C. WAS-BUVc, Gov. largest lumbering firms in the West, em- March 12th, 1873. ploying huudreds of men and tems the SrATE OW WISCONSIN 'sa entire year A visit to) the great mill at SUC3TARTv'S OFF5CR, ( The Secretary of State of the State of Wis- Peshtign Harbor is worthy the time and consin hereby certifies, that the foregoing has, niouey necesasry, to any individual en- been compared with the original enrolled act deposited in this offlice, and that the same isa gaged in tie manufacture df lumber. t;ae and correct copy thereof, and of the whole of such original. THE FIR8 CAR LOAD.-Worthington In witness whereof, I have hereunto hand and affixed the Greet shipped the first car load of shingles over BR SAT get My hnrs Seal o0 the State, at the Capitol in the Green bay Road, last Monday. The adison, this seventeenth day of March A. D. destination of the cargo was McGregor, 118 L. Bua, Secretary of State. Iowa-Graud Rspids Repore~ March 30th.
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