J. W. Diamond (Canal Boat), 14 Nov 1895
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LIBELED BOATS SOLD.
Deputy United States Marshal Kane Disposes Of Two Canal Boats To Pay Off The Hands.
Deputy United States Marshal Kane went to Tonawanda yesterday and disposed of two canal boats which were libeled by him some weeks ago by employes for non-payment of salaries. They were the LENA and J.W. DIAMOND.
The LENA was sold for $105 and the J.W. DIAMOND for $128. They were bid in for the owners, and the price paid was barely sufficient to cover all the expenses incurred by the marshal in libeling them.
Buffalo Evening News
Friday, November 15, 1895
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- William R. McNeil
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