The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1889

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W. Evans is busy with a barge and gang of men taking out the engine, boiler, etc., from the wreck of the str. Quinte. No other bodies have thus far been recovered.

A new air pump will be used in connection with the wrecking apparatus at work at the scene of the wreck of the Armstrong. This new machine will greatly enable Mr. Leslie to make better progress with his work.

The schr. Beals from Toledo to Ogdensburg with grain went ashore on a shoal near Cape Vincent yesterday. Tugs are working at her and as she is not hard on it is expected she will be got off today without difficulty.

Capt. Collier, who bought the sunken schooner Vickery, at first so unsuccessful in getting the cargo out will commence work again. He has employed an experienced diver from Buffalo. Capt. Collier was imposed upon by the divers he first employed, and was put to an unnecessary expense of $600 by their manoeuvrings

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1889