The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 13, 1863

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p.2 Wharf Thieves - idlers steal in broad daylight.

-The Canadian steamer Bowmanville, from Quebec, for Havana, via Pictou, N.S., put into New York on Saturday morning in a leaky condition.

The American Steamers - The American Steamboat Co. on Lake Ontario are shortly to withdraw their boats from the route west of this port. The last steamer from this port to Toronto will go on Friday next. There will be a boat every night till that time. The steamer Bay State will be withdrawn from the line for the present after Friday, and the Ontario and Cataract will continue a daily line between this port and Oswego, Kingston and Ogdensburg. [Rochester Union]

St. Catherines, Oct. 10th - The schooner Orion, laden with coal oil, bound down, was burned to the water's edge, last night, in the Welland Canal, at Deep Cut, seven miles above here. The captain was drowned, and the crew barely escaped with their lives. The hull is sunk in the main channel, and navigation is obstructed for the present.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 13, 1863