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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1888

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The steamer Empress of India brings a cargo of apples from Picton to Kingston, and then lays up.

The prop. Canada, from Montreal, passed up today on her way to Toronto. The propellers Lake Michigan and Ontario cleared for Hamilton.

The schr. Tornado was wrecked at Sand Bay, near Cape Vincent, on 24th Nov., 1860. She was owned by the late James Morton, and had a cargo of corn for Kingston. The Tornado was commanded by Captain Charles Donaldson. Her crew perished, and among them was the father of Henry O'Hara.

Late Local News - C. Fermings, a wheelsman on the prop. Lake Ontario, slipped off the steamer yesterday and fell. A shoulder blade was fractured.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1888