Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sept. 7, 1880
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Ship Carpenter Strike
The ship carpenter in Mitchell & Gallagher's and Goble & Macfarlane's shipyards yesterday asked for an advance in wages which was granted. The advance was 25 cents a day making the wages now in this city $2.25.
Along the Docks
Hourigan's gang, 10 men, unloaded the schr. Annie Minnes yesterday forenoon of 169,000 feet of lumber in four hours and the Edward Hanlon in the afternoon of 107,000 in two hours and 20 min.
The Maumee Valley takes coal to Toledo
The prop Argyle loads coal for Fort William, Lake Superior.
The Vienna loads coal for Darlington
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- Sept. 7, 1880
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- Richard Palmer
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes