The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Fri., Dec. 26, 1902

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The crew of the tug Ferris took observations on their trip across from Oswego, regarding the lost steam barge Hall, and, from all points at which wreckage was found, concluded that the vessel went down within a radius of from five to ten miles of the Main Ducks.

The Ferris left this morning for Oswego, but will not accept the offer to bring the schooner Volunteer across. She received $300 for towing the schooners Clara Youell and Burton to Kingston.

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Fri., Dec. 26, 1902
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Richard Palmer
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Fri., Dec. 26, 1902