The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 14, 1867

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p.2 Presentation - to Capt. C. Hinckley, Sr., of steamer Watertown, for his assistance fighting fire on night of Nov. 23rd at grain elevator at Cape Vincent.

Removal of Troops - on steamers Magnet and Passport.

-The Canadian propeller North was libelled at Chicago on the 4th inst., for violation of the revenue laws, by not reporting at Mackinac.

City Council - New Bylaw - The Council then went into committee of the whole on Alderman Cunningham's by-law relating to the harbor, Mr. A.M. Brown in the chair. The by-law was read a first, second and third time, and passed. It provides for the proper mooring, loading, and unloading, etc. of vessels; defines the various duties of the harbor master; that vessels going out of and coming into the port shall do so under a low head of steam or shorten sail, as the case may be, to prevent accidents; imposes fines for cutting holes in the ice and leaving them unmarked or unprotected, and also for the depositing of filth in the harbor; compels the removal of sunken vessels; and provides many other rules and regulations necessary to the observance in connection with the general business of the port.

Gunboat Hercules - The gunboat Hercules got up steam this morning and left on her way down the river.

Arrivals - 13,14; Departures - 13.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 14, 1867