Kincardine, Ont. Nov. 1. -- The bark HOMER HINE, lumber ladem, which was deserted by her crew off Sand beach yesterday, came ashore last night below Pine Point, about ten miles south of here. Her bowsprit, foretop masts, and canvas were carried away. She is apparently in no immediate danger of breaking up.
J.W. Hall Great Lakes Marine Scrapbook, Oct./Nov., 1883
The scow HOMER H. HINE, which has been missing on Lake Huron for several days drifted ashore ten miles south of Pine Point, on the Canadian shore, having been, as previously stated, abandoned by her crew. Her outfit is considerably demoralized, but her recovery is not improbable, the weather to that end being in her favor. - Detroit Report.
Nov. 8, 1883
The HOMER HINE, lumber laden, which was deserted off Sand Beach, came ashore below Pine Point, about ten miles south of Kincardine. Her bowsprit, foretop-masts, and canvas were carried away. She is apparently in no immediate danger of breaking up.
Nov. 8, 1883
HOMER H. HINE 150 Tons, and 12 years old a total loss on Lake Huron 1883. Valued at $2,000.
Lost Tonnage on the Lakes in 1883
Marine Record, December 27, 1883
HOMER HINE Schooner, foundered October 30, 1883. App. value $3,000 app. loss $4,000.
Casualty List for 1883
Toronto Globe, Dec. 4, 1883
HOMER H. HINE Schooner of 150 Tons, built at Fairport by Hine in 1871. Owned by Gilchrist. Port of hail, Vermillion. Value $3,000. Class B 2. REMARKS:- Scow - three masts.
Inland Lloyds Vessel Register, 1882
Barge HOMER H. HINE. U. S. No. 42421. Of 150 tons. Built Fairport, O., 1871, by McClain. 102.4 x 24.5 x 7.4. Three masted, later schooner.
Herman Runge List