The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, July 23, 1875

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Along the Docks.

The schooner L.D. Bullock is in Goble & Macfarlane's dry dock being caulked.

Goble & Macfarlane have received ten of the straightest and prettiest masts we have seen in some time. The masts were cut in Canada, near Georgian Bay.

The Ellsworth had a small party this morning fully supplied with fishing tackle and provisions for a day's sport at Stoney island.

The Methodist Sunday school children filled every nook and cranny on board of the steamer Kinkardine. They will have rare sport at the Ducks, whither they went.

The schooner Tom simms has received a new mainmast at Goble & Macfarlane's. After the old mast was unsetepped and was assuming a horizontal position, the head of the mast broke just below the hounds and fell upon the rails of the schooner John Magee. During the morning two men had been at work on the crosstrees, not knowing the danger they were in standing on a rotten mast.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Friday, July 23, 1875