British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1880
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p.3 The sailors had a hop last evening in Victoria Hall. A successful night.
p.4 American Lighthouses - The U.S. board of light houses reports an appropriation of $400,000 necessary for the expenses of the year, and asks a further appropriation of $60,000 for fog signals on the Great Lakes. The following appropriations are recommended: For placing two ranges of lights in the prolongation of the dredged channel leading into the Ogdensburg harbour $2,755, for repairs at Crossover Island, Sunken Rock and Rock Island, in the St. Lawrence River $5,000, $6,204, and $1,436 respectively.
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- Dec. 28, 1880
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes