p.1 A Sheep Jumped Overboard - from str. Pierrepont.
Incidents of the Day - Capt. Parsons, Buffalo, representing the insurance company re the Glenora's hull, is in the city again. The Glenora has been hauled out and the survey will probably occur at once.
Calvin & Co. are giving employment to a large number of men at Garden Island in the erection of a barge and tug.
Dec. 23, 1892
p.1 Remain Loaded All Winter - On account of crowded storehouses Richardson Bros. have found it necessary to load the schr. White Oak with grain. The vessel will lay at the firm's dock during the winter and be unloaded immediately upon the breaking up of the ice in the spring.
General Paragraphs - E. Taylor, first engineer of the tug Petrel has finished laying the boat up at Collins Bay
Dec. 24, 1892
p.1 A Ship Carpenter Hurt - T. Howard at M.T. Co. fell off plank while working on new barge.
First Of Season - Edward Charles, foreman at M.T. Co.'s docks, fell through ice by tug Bronson.