December 22, 1909 to January 30, 1910
Wednesday December 22, 1909 she went away through the Ice
1909 Steamer Jim Brown Docked the Ice wore her
out sheet Iron - Head & sides Rake Calked
and battened in Friday eve December 24, 1909
Wet Snow and
drizzeling rain all day Christmas
Wheel Job on
Steamer Rover December 31, 1909 finished at 4:30 A.M.
January 1, 1910 other repairs to wheel chain braces -
fantail - coupling bars & deck
The River is
froze and so full of Ice the Boats are wearing their wheels out faster
than we can repair them
Ice broke up
Monday January 3, 1910 river up 22 ft.
1910 worked all night on Wheel Steamer Tornado and on Thursday
January 6 till 8:45 P.M. heavy fall of sleet and snow night of 6th
and 7th Steve Howard received a weting that resulted in his
January 12, 1910 two more strikers went to work George Ausburn and
Frank Young. Wilcoxen and J.Reed went to work Friday January 8, 1910. Jas McClure came January 14, 1910.
declared off Monday eve January 17, 1910 at the old wages after 5 months
January 22 heavy snow all day at 8 P.M. snowing harder than
Tom Dodsworth in the river February 2, 1910 with new
Hull details in my little Book.
rain all day January 30, 1910
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