The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday Nov. 17,1873

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Along the docks.

The schooner Havana had her jibboom broken yesterday by colliding with the schooner W.B. Phelps.

Nearly all of the vessels in port will go into winter quarters. The passage down from the upper lakes has been a trying one and the owners as well as sailors are willing to "cry quits."

The schooner Great Western, Captain Henning, was in port Saturday on her fifty-forth trip this season, from Port Hope. Since she commenced carrying lumber this season-of which she has carried fifty-two loads of 160m each-she has averaged two trips per week, and brought to this port 8,250,000 feet. Captain Henning is to be complimented on his season's work, for it never has been equaled on this lake.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday Nov. 17,1873