The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1871

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p.1 City Council - petition of Committee of K.Y.C. for a grant of $200 for regatta, $50 granted.

-Messrs J.B. Auger & Co. are now busy at their shipyard in Montreal in the construction of a fine floating grain elevator for the Montreal Transportation Co. It will, when finished, be taken to Kingston in season for the fall grain trade of the West.

p.2 Port Burwell, Sept. 11th - The P. Mack arrived here this morning, and reports finding the schooner New Lisbon off Ashtabula on Saturday last capsized about twenty miles out from Rondeau. Part of her cargo of staves was in her. No one was on the wreck, and the boat was gone. The Mack secured most of the rigging, and kept her in tow about six hours, when it became so rough she was compelled to let go.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1871