British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Dec 1904
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p.2 Marine Intelligence - The craft in winter quarters at Oswego are: barges Alberta, Adele, Lucy, Frontenac, Doris; steambarges Samuel Marshall, St. Joseph, Omaha and Monteagle; tugs Navagh and Charley Ferris; U.S government dredge Frontenac; Hannan & Daly's dredge No. 3; Hannan & Daly's drill boat.
p.5 Incidents of the Day - The steamer Fawcett made her trip across the harbor today.
p.8 Broke A Passage - This afternoon, the tug Emerson went up as far as the lake, breaking a passage through the ice for the steamer Wahcondah which is due from Fort William with wheat for the M.T. company elevator.
Steamer America Laid Up - ice too thick to go to Cape.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes