Wreck of the A. E. Vickery
The sinking of Chicago schooner Vickery near Alexandria Bay came near being the cause of a tragedy. Captain Massey , though he has traveled the St. Lawrence a dozen times, owing to so many lights in island cottages, thought it best to go to Clayton and get...
Kingston, Ont., Sept. 25. -- The ocean fellows, WINONA and FLORETTA, arrived here today with the rest of the fleet that have been detained by the break in the canal. They will lighten tomorrow and proceed to the briny.
The 1,000 ton ship GARDEN ISLAND, built by Calvin & Breck, opposite ...
OBITUARY. -- The old bark GREAT WEST has been stripped of everything of value, and is to be towed out into the lake and scuttled. In her day she has earned lots of money, but she has now gone to decay. She measures 278 tons. She was built in Oswego by George Goble in 1854. If we had space...
A SAD RECITAL
Details at Last of the Terrible Disaster to the Schooner J. P. MARCH.
Young Morey, the son of Mrs. Morey, cook on the J. P. MARCH, was well educated, his his mother spending all her hard-earned wages to push him forward. He was about 18 years of age, and a very promising young...
Kingston, Ont., Sept. 14. -- The wind began blowing a gale from the southwest last night, and the water in the harbor has raised three feet. The schooner HIBERNIA, lumber laden, capsized. The WACOUSTA stove a hole in her bottom at Charlotte, and filled. The schooner PEARL is ashore there,...
STEAMER SUNK. -- The steambarge PETRONILLE, which loaded coal at Oswego for Henderson, July 20, sank in Henderson Harbor on her arrival. The coal is being unloaded. She will be raised.
Chicago Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), 19 May 1894, page 2page 2 Column 3
Chicago Inter-Ocean (Chicago, IL), Tuesday, August 13, 1878,
The catamaran GIROFIE GIROFIA, en route from Pultneyville to Oswego, in charge of Augustus A. Kimball, son of Captain Joseph Kimball, of Oswego, was found off Sodus Point on Friday morning in a waterlogged condition and towed into the harbor. Kimball is supposed to have drowned in endeavoring...