The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1867


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p.2 Propeller Magnet - The tug William passed the scene of the disaster to the propeller Magnet this morning shortly after five o'clock. The men were then at work, and reported that they had raised the propeller twelve feet already, having only made a beginning towards the close of last week. A rope is attached to the shore so that while the vessel is being raised she is at the same time gradually drawn into shoal water.

The Sunken Steamer Comet - The American tug Relief has been making observations in the vicinity of the wreck of the steamer Comet (the old Mayflower) sunk about seven years ago in very deep water a short distance beyond Nine Mile Point. The diver of the Relief says that no great difficulty will be experienced in raising the Comet. As yet, however, nothing has been done, as it is not quite certain that leave will be granted to the Relief to raise the vessel, even should the owners of the Comet determine on engaging her.

Arrivals - 23d - Barque London, Wallaceburg, 12,000 ft lumber, Calvin & Breck.

24th - schr. St. Andrew, Chatham, 9,500 ft lumber, Calvin & Breck.

str. Bruce, Gananoque, pass and bge.

str. Bruce, Gananoque, gen cargo.

str. Champion, Montreal, do.

str. Ottawa, Montreal, do.

str. Empress, Trenton, do.

schr. St. Annie, Toronto, light.

25th - str. Kingston, Hamilton, gen cargo

Prop Brantford, Montreal, do.

str. Spartan, do., do.

26th - schr. Louisa, Kingsville, 10,000 ft timber, Calvin & Breck.

Barge Advance, Montreal, 350 bbls chalk, Geo. Chaffey and Co.

str. Watertown, Cape Vincent, gen cargo.

str. Bay of Quinte, Belleville, do.

Departures - 23d - barge Whitby, Montreal, 10,306 bush wheat, Geo. Chaffey & Bro.

Barge Energy, Montreal, 11,000 bush wheat, Geo. Chaffey & Bro.

Barque London, Wallaceburg, light.

schr. Lafayette, Wellington, do.

tug Glide, Brockville, 2 barges in tow.

schr. Marie Harriett, Toronto, 77 cords wood, Chaffey & Bro.

str. Grecian, Hamilton, gen cargo.

barque Laura E. Calvin, Chatham, light.

str. St. Helen, Trenton, gen cargo.

str. Gazelle, Gananoque, do.

str. Empress, Trenton, do.

24th - str. Passport, Montreal, do.

barque Clyde, Wallaceburg, light.

schr. St. Andrew, do., do.

barque St. Lawrence, Milwaukie, light.

schr. M.L. Breck, Belleville, light.

schr. Sweet Home, Toronto, 172 cords wood, Chaffey & Bros.

schr. Orkney Lass, Toronto, 180 cords wood, Chaffey & Co.

str. Empress, Montreal, gen cargo.

str. Champion, do., do.

25th - str. Brantford, Hamilton, gen cargo.

str. Spartan, do., do.

str. Kingston, Montreal, do.

26th - str. Ottawa, Montreal, gen cargo.

schr. Louisa, Kingsville, do.

Barque Woodruff, Cedar Creek, light.

str. Watertown, Cape Vincent, gen cargo.

str. Bay of Quinte, Belleville, do.


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Date of Original:
Aug. 26, 1867
Local identifier:
KN.25181
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1867