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Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Thursday, Aug. 9, 1917 
TextNewspapers    Twelve Drowned in Lake Ontario - Schooner George A. Marsh Foundered Near Pigeon Island Yesterday Morning - Two Saved - Steambarge Ashore Kingston, Ont. , Aug. 9. - A thirty-five mile gale swept over Lake Ontario Tuesday night and out in this unusual August storm the coal laden schooner,...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    *Oswego ship chandler.
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), May 28,  1927 
TextNewspapers    Daryaw Steals Into Port Like Ghost of Past ______ Rochester Writer Sees Schooner In Light of Fading Romance ______ Close hauled it seemed on a wind of dream to those few who were fortunate enough to see her, the old lake windjammer, Mary A. Daryaw, two-master, 125-foot topsail schooner, ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Oct.  19, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Built as Kewaunee , US14065, Port Huron, Mich. , 1866 by J. P. Arnold, last name April, 1921 when purchased by Daryaw brothers of Kingston.)
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), July 18, 1928 
TextNewspapers    This is the home of the curator of Fort Ontario, next to the fort. It originally was the lighthouse keeper's home.
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), July 18, 1928 
TextNewspapers    Only Two Lake Schooners Now Left on Lake Ontario _______ Davis and Merrill Last of Big Fleet That Operated Years Ago _______ Is the day of the sailing vessel past? The answer to the question is made quite clear by merely taking along the Kingston waterfront, says the Kingston Whig . The ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Nov. 3, 1935 
TextNewspapers    Capt. Van Alstine Opened Station at Big Sandy In connection with the earthquake damage to the Big Sandy Coast Guard station, oswego residents recall that the late William Van Alstine of this city opened the station and was keeper there seven years. Mr. Van Alstine was a Civil War veteran, ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Nov. 4, 1935 
TextNewspapers    Fire Destroys Coast Guard's Big Sandy Unit ________ Station on Shore of Lake Ontario, Built in 1877, Leveled Oswego - Fire early Sunday (Nov. 3) destroyed the United States Coast Guard station at Big Sandy, 23 1/2 miles east of Oswego. No details as to the fire had been received here, altho...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), March 16, 1937 
TextNewspapers    Do You Remember By Jay Knox Although it is still wintry, as far as appearances indicate; there is just enough of the tang in the air to remind us all that Spring isn't far away. And with it will come the opening of navigation and while that may not mean so much as it did in the years ago,...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), March 25, 1937 
TextNewspapers    Coal Trestle at North Fair Haven Being Torn Down _______ Former Was The Scene of Much Commercial Activity in Harbor _______ Fair Haven, March 15. - Work has commenced by the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company to raze the coal trestle at North Fair Haven. The trestle was built by the this ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), July 24, 1946 
TextNewspapers    Toronto Writer Here Aboard His Schooner Yacht _______ C. H. J. Snider Of The Evening Telegram Completing 2,300-mile Cruiselb/> _______ C. H. J. Snider, author of "Schooner Days," which appears weekly in the Evening Telegram of Toronto, Ont. , and deals with old-time vessels and their ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Wed., Feb. 4, 1931 
TextNewspapers    Thomas C. Goble Thomas C. Goble, 78, widely known resident of the First ward, died early Wednesday morning in Utica , after an illness that started about five years ago, and became serious the late autumn, necessitating hospital care and attention. He was born in Oswego , a son of the ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), June 7, 1909 
TextNewspapers    Obituary. ___ Nicholas C. Goble. Nicholas C. Goble, son of the late George Goble , and for a number of years associated with him in vessel building, died yesterday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock at his home, 26 West Fourth street, after an illness of about five months. The direct cause of death...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Nov. 12, 1912 
TextNewspapers    Obituary. ____ George W. Goble George W. Goble died at two a.m. today in Los Angeles, Cal., following a stroke of paralysis suffered on October 21st. During the two weeks of illness Mr. Goble's family, including his wife and four sons, were at his bedside. October 24th Mr. and Mrs. Goble ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), June 22, 1931 
TextNewspapers    Record Cargo At Oswego Canal officials witnessed the docking Saturday night at the Oswego grain elevator of the largest lake steamship that ever came into Oswego harbor. The steamer William F. Fitch , 364 feet long, of the Jenkins Steamship Company of Cleveland , Ohio, docked at 5 ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, Oct. 15, 1937 
TextNewspapers    Obituary Captain George L. Donovan Captain George L. Donovan, 60, well-known vessel master, died at the family home, 132 East Seneca street, at 11:30 o'clock Friday morning following several months of ill health. Captain Donovan was born in Oswego the son of the late Captain Timothy ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    LAKE ONTARIO DID NOT CLAIM CAPTAIN SMITH ________ Death Discloses He Had Lived 10 Years in West After His Boat Foundered Near Pigeon Island ________ John S. Parsons* and other Oswegonians who have been following transportation on Lake Ontario for many years were greatly interested today in...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, July 30, 1929 
TextNewspapers    Beaches Steamer When Leak Gains _______ Steamer Hinckley Loaded With Coal for Canada ______ Loaded with a full cargo of chestnut coal, taken on Monday afternoon, at the Lehigh Valley coal trestle, Fair Haven, the steamer Hinckley of this city is beached at Stony Point, where the captain...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Wed., July 31, 1929 
TextNewspapers    Assembly Plant to Save Steamer ______ Capt. Hinckley Will Take Charge of Salvage Work. ______ Captain A.R. Hinckley, owner of the steamer Hinckley which he beached near Gravely Bay, Stony Point, on the east side towards Henderson Harbor Monday night when the steamer sprung a leak while ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Aug. 1, 1929 
TextNewspapers    Will Take Coal From Steamer _____ Salvage Prince and Barge Davie at Work. ______ Efforts to salvage the cargo of 375 tons of chestnut coal in the steamer Hinckley, aground on Stony Point, were started Thursday. Plans of Captain A.R. Hinckley, to fit out a derrick scow owned by him and go to...

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