The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1886

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The steamer Norseman will resume her trips from Port Hope to Charlotte about the 15th inst.

One half of the little schooner Trader, of Fair Haven, has been sold by S.K. Hitchcock to Charles S. Hill for $150.

The schooner Thomas Howland was chartered in Chicago for 22,000 bushels of corn to Kingston at 6 cents per bushel, and the Golden Fleece for 28,000 bushels of corn to Sarnia at 2 1/2 cents per bushel.

Great damage was done at Hamilton by the storm. The prop. Lake Michigan was driven hard aground; the schr. North Star struck the schr. Rutherford and pounded her until jibboom and bowsprit as far as the knightheads were gone; the schr. Gulnair went ashore, while the schrs. Undine and Ella Murton pounded severely against their moorings.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1886