Hamilton, Ont., July 20. -- The schooner GULNAIR, which was lost near Ashtabula, Ohio, on Saturday, was considered one of the most useful of the boats belonging to this port. She was owned by Messrs. Myles, and was an old three-master. The cargo consisted of cut block stone and coal. The boat and cargo were fully insured.
July 20, 1892
GULNARE, schooner of Hamilton, 20 years of age; 325 tons reg. On a voyage from Huron, Ohio to Hamilton, Ont., stranded off Ashtabula, Lake Erie, July 15, 1892. Total loss. $85,000
Dept. of Marine & Fisheries
Statement of Wreck & Casualty, 1892
Schooner GULNAIR. Official Canada No. 71157. Of 325 tons Register. Built Port Robinson, Ont., 1873. Home port, Hamilton, Ont. 142.5 x 25.0 x 11.3 Owned by Thomas Myles, of Hamilton, Ont.
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
Dominion of Canada on December 31, 1886
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PORT OF HAMILTON. VESSEL REGISTER.
Register No. 20.
Home Port HAMILTON
Tonnage 367 tons
When Built 1873
Where Built Port Robinson
Builders name & date of Certificate: - J.P. Abbey, July 5, 1873
Description of vessel: -- Surveyor, J.B. Benson
Length 142 feet & 6inches
Breadth 23 feet & 7 inches
Depth of hold 11 feet & 3 inches
How Rigged Schooner, Carvel built
Masters name Irving
Subscribing Owners: -- Mr. Irving of Port Robinson & Thomas Myles of Hamilton, Joint owners.
Registers Notes:-- Remeasured 325 tons. [See new register]
Transferred to New Registry under 36 Vict. Cap. 128, April 20, 1877
National Archived, Canada
Microfilm Reel, C-2465