Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Nov 1853
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p.2 Wrecks on Lake Huron - Philo Schofield ashore at fishing islands and a total wreck; vessel owned at Kincardine wrecked on pier at Goderich.
-Marine - schooner Aetna wrecked on pier with cargo of lumber from Port Dover; schooner Austria ashore above Dunkirk light, another wreck in Georgian Bay at Hen & Chickens Harbor.
-Breaking Up of a Raft in the Georgian Bay with 19 Men on It - leaving mouth of Nottawasaga Bay for Collingwood.
-work to be done at St. Anne's Locks on Ottawa River.
-Lake Huron steamer Kaloolah not heard of for 10 days.
-Kingston and Cape Vincent Mail Line of Steamers - Champion and Mayflower hauled off; Highlander continues.
-Mail Line of Steamers - Maple Leaf and Passport laid up.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes