p.6 Fell Into The Dry Dock - Edward Egan, a sailor on the M.T. company's barge Melrose, was crossing plank from the barge to the edge of the dock when he fell into dock, a distance of forty feet, taken to hospital.
July 6, 1899
The schooner Wells cleared today for Oswego.
The sloop Echo cleared for Trenton today to load coal for Crawford & Co.
The steamer Glengarry and consort Winnipeg arrived from Fort William this morning with 75,000 bushels of wheat consigned to the M.T. company. The vessels clear this evening.
The M.T. company is building another marine railway beside the one lately completed.
The arbitration on the damage done by fire to the M.T. company's tug Bronson has been ended and yesterday the award was made.
p.6 Incidents of the Day - The schooner Fabiola cleared this morning for Sodus Point to load coal for this port.
The tug Charlie Ferris and two canal barges, lumber laden from Ottawa, passed this port this morning bound for Oswego.