p.2 Toronto, Oct. 16th - The schooner Mary Grover, Capt. Dineen, trading between Toronto and Oswego, is reported lost with all on board. She left here on the 5th for Oswego and sailed from there for Toronto on 9th inst., and has not been seen or heard of since. Rumours of other disasters on the lake are prevalent, but have not yet been verified.
p.3 Marine Notes
Toronto, Oct. 13th - The schooner Maggie Hunter, Capt. Nixon, of Toronto, measuring 12,500 bushels, and valued at $10,000, coal laden, is reported to have gone down, with all hands, during a passage from Oswego to this city. She was owned by Mr. Samuel Hunter, coal and wood merchant, and was uninsured. She left Oswego on Monday, and is supposed to have foundered during a violent storm. The owner has received a telegram, saying that part of her cabin has been washed ashore near Oswego. The mate's name was Sharpe. The names of the rest of the crew are not known.
Toronto, Oct. 16th - A message has been received stating that schooner Mary Grover has put in at Kingston, having been forced out of her course by gales. The small schooner Woodduck, owned by Cooper Brothers and sailed by Captain Thomas, is reported missing. She left Oswego at the same time as Maggie Hunter and Grover this day week. Her proprietors are on board. Other vessels are overdue.
The schr. Mary Grover arrived in Kingston all right yesterday morning, and is anchored out in the harbour. She does not appear to have received any damage.