Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 26, 1868
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p.2 Accident To The Corinthian - The steamer Corinthian left here last Sunday evening as usual on her way to Toronto, and had proceeded as far as the Ducks, when it was discovered that her shaft was broken. It happened that the steamer Magnet was passing at the time on her way to Kingston, when the Captain, blowing the whistle of the Corinthian, brought the Magnet to his relief, and the vessel was towed into this port.
Police Court - three sailors charged with being drunk.
Montreal, Oct. 26th - The steamer Leeds, in running the Chute a Blandeau, on the Ottawa, struck on a rock and sunk in forty feet of water. The crew escaped. It is expected she will be raised at once. No insurance.
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- Oct. 26, 1868
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- Rick Neilson
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