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Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Wednesday, September 9, 1891 
TextNewspapers    A dispatch from Picton , Ont., says: "The schooner PERSIA foundered last night opposite Point Peter light, about six miles out in 200 feet of water. All hands were saved. She was stone laden from Kingston to Toronto , commanded by Capt. David O'Hagan , and owned by D. W. Allison ,...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, December 8, 1891 
TextNewspapers    Ogdensburg , Dec. 7. -- The steamer SAMUEL MARSHALL , with corn from Chicago, arrived today. The OMAHA [sic-- OREGON ] followed the MARSHALL down the river about a mile astern, and when abreast of the Cross-Over Light ran on a flat shoal. She is out about a foot, and her hold is full of...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Thursday, December 10, 1891 
TextNewspapers    Ogdensburg , Dec. 10. -- An examination of the OREGON by a diver reveals a hole in her starboard bow five planks wide and five or six feet long. The forefoot and keel are badly damaged. The dry oats between decks are being lightered. When the southwest gale, now blowing, subsides her ...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Friday, December 11, 1891 
TextNewspapers    Ogdensburg , Dec. 11. -- The lighter from the steamer OREGON has arrived here with about 17,600 bushels of oats. These were between decks and are damp. The balance of her cargo is under water. She is on a rock about amidships, but does not appear to be strained. Two pumps are now aboard...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Friday, December 18, 1891 
TextNewspapers    Ogdensburg , Dec. 18. -- After taking out a large quantity of oats the steamer OREGON , on the rocks at Nine Mile Light , was floated on Tuesday and passed down the river in tow of the tug WILSON . When the OREGON passed Brockville her engines were working and the steam pump was being...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Monday, September 26, 1892 
TextNewspapers    HEAVY STORM AT OSWEGO. Boat Capsized, One Man Drowned, Buildings Unroofed and Other Damage Done. Oswego, Sept. 26. -- A fearful storm of wind and rain raged here all night and this morning. The wind recorded 50 miles an hour but blew much harder at the lake. The roof was blown from ...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Wednesday,  April 26, 1893 
TextNewspapers    Oswego, N. Y., April 26. -- A special to the Palladium from Charlotte states that the tow of the tug HECTOR, consisting of the big dredge GENERAL MEADE, and two scows, bound from Sodus to Detroit, was broken up in the north-east gale last night, west of Charlotte, and went ashore. The boats ...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Tuesday, October 6, 1891 
TextNewspapers    The barge WILLIAM YOUNG in tow of the steamer NASHUA is reported foundered near Mackinaw Island yesterday. The barge's crew were saved. The YOUNG was of 413 tons register and rated A 2 in the Inland Lloyds. She was valued at $11,000, and owned by the Pawme Boat Company. ...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), April 11, 1893 
TextNewspapers    The steel stm. ARTHUR ORR was last week launched at Chicago from the yard of the Chicago Ship Building Co. She is 302 ft. over all, 287 ft. keel and 24 1/2 ft. deep. She will have triple expansion engines and will be fitted with an awning deck for the accommodation of World;s Fair passengers. She...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), November 17, 1893 
TextNewspapers    The stm. ARTHUR ORR, which was in the passenger business during the World's Fair, arrived here this morning from Chicago with a load of package freight and grain. The ORR is 1,974 tons register and is practically a duplicate of the THOMAS MAYTHAM. ...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), August 23, 1893 
TextNewspapers    Smith, Davis & Co. have since the first of the month, received notice from many owners that their vessels would lay up, and more notices are coming in daily. Among the boats are the stm. ARTHUR ORR. ...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), May 4, 1895,   Oswego, May 4. --The small passenger steamer GUIDE burned and sank at her dock here last night. She is owned by Emma B. Newman of Cape Vincent, and was valued at $8,000. ...
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