The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1876

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p.3 Winter Quarters - The steamer Kincardine and the yachts Pioneer, Lizzie, Amoretta and Venus, have laid up in Napanee for the winter.

Marine - The schr. Skylark loaded with coal from Charlotte to Brockville, ran aground on Four Mile Point on Wednesday. She was got off without damage by the tug Hiram A. Calvin. The schr. Grantham was to leave today in tow of the Lady Franklin for Quebec with deals from Muskegon for Liverpool.

Changes On the Ferry Route - By reference to the advertisement it will be seen that there are several important changes in the Cape Vincent and Wolfe Island Ferry routes. The morning boat to the Cape is taken off, so that the only boat crossing leaves at 2 p.m. The seven o'clock island boat is also taken off, and as a consequence of the first change no boat will call at the island on the way from the Cape. Parties interested will do well to make a note of the changes.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1876