The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1886

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Special Edition - 16 pages of Carl Fechter's Columns.



The tug Eleanor has been hauled out and will receive extensive repairs.

The schr. Comanche, which ran ashore near Sackett's Harbour some time ago, is breaking up. She had corn for Ogdensburg.

The schr. Annadale, Oswego, 313 tons coal; schr. Bennett, Sackett's Harbor, light; and sloop Idle Wild, Cape Vincent, light, were the arrivals in port today.

The strs. Hiram Calvin and Chieftain found the weather so rough at Salmon Point yesterday that they were headed for the city. This morning they returned to the wreck of the prop. Nepigon on which they had left Capt. Donnelly and his men. It was said that accommodation was meagre and food very scarce. The steamers tried to pull the propeller off the bar, but only succeeded in turning it around.

p.8 Searching For Grain - 100 bags scraped up in lake around wreck of Myles.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1886