Sales of vessel property recorded at the Milwaukee customs office during the past week were as follows: Schooner QUICKSTEP, Newcomb McGraft of Muskegon, to the M. Hilty Lumber Company of Milwaukee, the whole $7,000; schooner JOHN L. GREEN, N. P. Petersen to Erasmus and Gustav Johnson of Sheboygan, one-half, $600; schooner CHARLES E. WYMAN, John D. Wanvig to Christen Christensen of Milwaukee, one-half, $1 schooner R. P. MASON, D. W. Chipman and Michael Anderson of Milwaukee, to Charles Reis, Rudolph Reiboldt, Gustav I. Huerth and Peter Reis of Sheboygan, the whole, $2,950; tug LIBERTY, John V. Frisk to C. R. Thayer and John Johnson of Sturgeon Bay, one-third, $733; tug ANNIE D., Ed Scofield of Oconto, to the Marinette Sawmill Company, and the Marinette Sawmill Company to the Marinette Lumber Company of Marinette, the whole, $2,000.
The Marine Review
February 18, 1892
Schooner CHARLES E. WYMAN. U. S. No. 126005. Of 234.50 tons gross; 222.78 tons net. Built Grand Haven, Mich., 1882. Home port, Grand Haven, Mich. 132.4 x 29.2 x 8.7
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1890