The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 20, 1873

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p.3 Accident To Tne Propeller St. Lawrence - South Bay, Sept. 20th - The propellers Bruno and St. Lawrence left here about 9 p.m. last night. The St. Lawrence had to return to port, as she broke the head of the connection rod. She cannot leave port till it is repaired. The Bruno also returned to port shortly after, unable to proceed up the lake, as there was a heavy sea running down. Blowing hard this morning from the north-west.

p.4 Custom Imports - Sept. 17th - Schr. Louisa, East Saginaw, Calvin & Breck, 219 pcs. oak, 1 pc. ash.

Schr. Mary Battle, Bay City, Calvin & Breck, 260 pcs. oak.

Barque Gibraltar, Toledo, Calvin & Breck, 175 pcs. oak, 12 pcs. ash.

Schr. Norway, Toledo, Calvin & Breck, 175 pcs. oak, 12 pcs. ash, 10 pcs. walnut, 2 pcs. whitewood.

Sept. 18th - Str. Spartan, Port Hope, Rees Bros., 4 baskets fruit.

Schr. Morning Star, Little Sodus, J. Swift & Co., 106 tons coal.

Schr. Mary, Sandusky, Coulthurst & McPhie, 14,260 bush. wheat.

Notice to Contractors - tenders for breakwater, Chantry Island, Board of Works. 16th Aug.

Notice to Contractors - Welland Canal Enlargement Dept. of Public Works Sept. 4th

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 20, 1873