The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Saturday, Nov. 13, 1880

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Results of yesterday's gale
The record of the storm continued.

The following news received since yesterday's press hour shows the results of the gale which continued with more or less force throughout the night:

At South Bay- Wreckage from the Zealand.
Special despatch to the Palladium

South Bay Ont, Nov. 12, The schr. Elgin schr. Kate and steamer Empress of India are in port. No more disasters heard of. Large quantities of timber and lumber have been found on the lake shore. Also a hawser box and provision box with prop. Zealand printed on them.

A Steam barge ashore.

Port Colborne, Nov.. 12. The steam barge Georgian which left here this morning loaded with barley for Buffalo, is reported ashore to-night near Point Abino.

The Erie Stewart

The only vessel know to have been on this lake not yet accounted for is the schr. Erie Stewart, which left Toronto Point Thursday morning with timber and lumber for Farwell & co. Kinyon & Wright and others of this port She was in company with the Snow Bird off Oak Orchard or in that vicinity yesterday morning.. The Snow Bird went ashore here at noon and the Stewart has not been heard from nor is she reported by vessels arriving today. Inquiries all along the lake fail to bring an information of her. As we go to press a vessel is in sight abut ten miles off, which possibly may be her.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Saturday, Nov. 13, 1880