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Image from page 243 of "The Maine central. A journal of travel" (1800)

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Identifier: mainecentraljour04main
Title: The Maine central. A journal of travel
Year: 1800 (1800s)
Authors: Maine Central Railroad Company
Subjects: Maine -- Description and travel
Publisher: Portland, Me., S. C. Manley [etc.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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& Mas STEAMBOAT CO. CHANGE . OF . TIME. Commercing Saturday, April 30, 1898, Steamer FRANK JONES \y\\ leave Portland Wednesdays and Saturdays at i.OO a m., Rockland 10.20, Isleboro (during Summer 8ea-(^on) 11.30, Castine V2 30 p.m.. Deer Isle 1.40, Sedgwick 2.00 |(Stage to and from Blue Hill). Brooklin 2.25, SouthwestHarbor 4.00. Northeast Harbor 4.20, Bar Harbor 5.50, Mill- ibridge 8.00, JouefportQ.lo, Machiasport, arrive, 11.00 p. m. Return, Mondays and Thursdays, leave MachiaHport4 Mil u. ni., Joncfpon 5.30. Millbridge 7.00, Bar Harbor 9.30, Xortbeast Harbor 10.15, Southwest Harbor 10.45, Brooklin 12.30 p ra., Sedewick 12.50, (Stage to and from Blue Hill),teer Ipte 1.00. Ca&tine 2.15, leleboro (diiring Summer Sea--on) 3.00, Rockland- arrive. 4.00. Rockland, leave, 11.-30 ,p. ra. Portland, arrive, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6.00 a. m.Connections made at Portland with 7.00, 8.40 and 9.00 a.m.trains for Boston. F. E. BOOTHBY. Genl Pass. & Tkt. Agt. GEO. P. EVANS. Genl Manager.

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Mr. a. J. Logan was born in Virginia, Nev., March 7, 1871. He was educated inthe public schools there. Later he spent two years in Phillips Exeter Academy, and fourstudying Civil Engineering in Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, graduatingfrom the latter in 1895. He at once entered the Track Department of the Boston & Maine,Southern Division, where he remained as section hand and foreman until appointed TieInspector on Maine Central in January, 1S97. He acted as Assistant Roadniaster on SecondDivision from August, 1897, until appointed Roadmaster of the Third Division, February i,1898. The Evans Hotel, Gardiner, Me., is now reopened for business, having undergone athorough refitting throughout. It has been painted and papered, and all the furniture isnew. A bath room has bee n added, and all the plumbing and steam heating apparatus over-hauled. Electric lights in every room. The dining-room and kitchen has received particular attention, and as a good table isnecessary

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bookid:mainecentraljour04main bookyear:1800 bookdecade:1800 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Maine_Central_Railroad_Company booksubject:Maine____Description_and_travel bookpublisher:Portland__Me___S__C__Manley__etc_ bookcontributor:The_Library_of_Congress booksponsor:Sloan_Foundation bookleafnumber:243 bookcollection:library_of_congress bookcollection:americana

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