While on her way from Tobermory to Kincardine with a cargo of lumber, the Canadian schooner SINGAPORE was dashed to pieces yesterday on the shore near the entrance of Kincardine Harbor. Those on the boat J.C. Sutherland, the owner, his wife, three children and crew of five men, were rescued by the life-saving crew. While on the trip the SINGAPORE became waterlogged and was drawing too much water to enter. She is a total loss and was not insured.
Buffalo Evening News
September 16, 1904
Wrecked September 9, 1904 by being stranded at Kincardine, Lake Huron. Home port, Kingston. Can. Reg No. 77629, of 186 tons reg.
Dept. of Transport
Wreck & Casualty for 1904
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Schooner SINGAPORE wrecked 1904 at Kincardine, just below the south pier, with a cargo of pine planks from Blind River to Sarnia with Capt. James Charles Sutherland in command. She was built at Kingston in 1877 by William Power. Schooner Days
Nov. 6, 1937
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The record of Kincardine shipwrecks closed out in 1904 when the schooner SINGAPORE went into the shallows south of the ANN MARIA on September 15. Launched at Kingston in 1878 by William Power the SINGAPORE was owned and commanded by James Sutherland of Goderich and laden with lumber when lost.
From Shipwrecks Of The Saugeen
by Patrick Folkes
SINGAPORE (Can. #77629) - 186 tons - L. 106', B. 25.4', D. 9.9'.
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SINGAPORE, schooner of 186 gross tons, built Kingston 1878, rebuilt 1898. Owned by Sutherland. Port of hail, Kingston. Value, ---. Class, ---. Remarks. No survey. Bottom caulked 1901. Built of wood.
Inland Lloyds Vessel Register, 1903
Schooner SINGAPORE. Official Canada No. 77629. Of 186 tons register. Built Kingston, Ont., 1878. Home port, Kingston, Ont. 106.0 x 25.4 x 9.9 Owned by Samuel Malcolmson, of Hamilton
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
Dominion of Canada on December 31, 1898