Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 3, 1876
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p.2 The ice in the upper harbour appears to be nearly all gone.
Wrecking - On Saturday, Capt. J. Donnelly, of Garden Island, went down to the wreck of the schooner Morning Star with the steamer Pierrepont, and pumps, and succeeded in raising her and bringing her up to the city. This is a most remarkable fact, and is the only instance on record where a schooner has been relieved from her difficulties in the month of January.
The Harbour - The steamer Pierrepont is today making regular trips to the island, the harbour being perfectly clear of ice.
]NOTES[1876 KINGSTON DAILY NEWS
(from microfilm available at Queen's University - Stauffer Library)
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