The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1868

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p.2 Robbery of the Steamer Watertown - by hand left on watch.

The Port -The steamer Kingston has removed to alongside the railroad track below Clarence Street, the Waterwitch having moved lower down to make room for her. The latter vessel is busily engaged bending sails and getting ready for her departure for Chicago on Monday next, to which place she leaves in ballast. The American schooner Selkirk, which has wintered here, sailed for Ogdensburgh yesterday, and the Jenny Rumball and Annie Minnis both sailed, the former yesterday and the latter this morning. The barque British Lion is making good progress in preparation for an early start, the riggers and deck caulkers being actively employed. The Watertown continues to make daily trips to the Cape.

p.3 Steamboat Owners - Engineer open for an engagement, (best of references). Sixteen years experience with High-Pressure and Condensing engines. Government qualification for PassengerBoat.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1868