The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1868

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p.2 Wolfe Island Ferry - Captain Hinckley, senr., has secured from the municipality of Wolfe Island the lease of the ferry to that place for 7 years. It is connected with Garden Island as heretofore.

The Port - The propeller St. Lawrence proceeded to the Marine Railway this morning for repairs. The propeller Brantford leaves the wharf of J.H. Henderson & Co. tomorrow for Toronto. She has been delayed some days from a slight defect in her machinery discovered on return trip from Gananoque, whence she had proceeded for wood. The following vessels have cleared at the customs:- Brig Northumberland, Cobourg; sch. Manchester, Belleville; brig Canada, Wallaceburg; sch. Peerless, Chatham; sch. Union Jack, Belleville, with rye; Persia, Hamilton; sch. Dauntless, Oakville; sch. Shannon, Napanee; Red Rover, Mill Point.

St. Catherines, April 21st - The gates of lock # 2 were carried away between one and two o'clock this morning, by the prop Congress, bound up. It is expected that navigation will be resumed on Friday morning.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1868