The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 24, 1864

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p.2 Police Court - Michael Fallon appeared on the complaint of the Harbor Master on a charge of having neglected to remove his wood scow from the slip at the foot of Ontario street, where it would be in the way during the winter. He was ordered to have the obstruction removed immediately, or have a heavy fine imposed on him.

Ice Broken Up - by high winds.

Steamer Bay of Quinte - The steamer Bay of Quinte was towed up early yesterday morning by the Empress to the Marine Railway, where she will be hauled out early next weekand take the place of the propeller Avon on the ways, for a thorough overhauling and repair. In towing the Bay of Quinte to the Railway, she was drove against the ice, staving a hole in her nearly a foot square, in consequence of which she was nearly going down in over twenty feet of water outside of the Railway. The leak was stopped in good time, and the greater accident prevented.

Steamer Empress - The steamer Empress left early yesterday morning for one of the lake ports, where she will remain for the winter, so as to be ready to take her place in the spring on the Cobourg and Rochester route.

Imports - 23rd - Str Watertown, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

24th - Str Watertown, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

United States Navy Yard On The Lakes - a U.S. House of Representatives commission will establish where to build naval yards on lakes.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 24, 1864