p.1 Claim Is Settled - between R. & O. Navigation company and passenger on str. Rapids King; he had clothing ruined on board.
Nearly 500 Vessels In Lake Carriers - President Livingstone of Lake Carriers Association at annual meeting.
Jan. 23, 1912
Jan. 24, 1912
p.8 Death Claims Capt. John Parsons - came to Oswego in 1858 - a biography.
Jan. 25, 1912
Jan. 26, 1912
p.1 Speed Craft Now Building - motor yachts built at Alexandria Bay.
p.8 Copy of Resolutions - the Kingston Board of Trade is against damming of St. Lawrence River for power purposes.
Jan. 27, 1912
p.8 THE WORK COMPLETED
On the Raising of the Barge Davie
Doing Good Work
The work in the raising of the barge Davie, of the Montreal Transportation company has been completed, and Capt. Hinckley and the gang of men he had on the job, have returned home. The barge is in 5 feet of water.
The work was carried out in a most successful manner, and for a winter wrecking job, was accomplished in very good time.
Capt. Simmons, of this city, was employed on the job.
Jan. 29, 1912
Jan. 30, 1912
Jan. 31, 1912