Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Nov 1869
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p.2 The Ship-Carpenters Union - on strike because Mr. Powers wanted them to only take 1/2 hour for lunch; one man didn't belong to union and was being intimidated.
-Marine News - The str. Kingston has arrived up and gone into winter quarters at the St. Lawrence wharf.
-sch. J.H. Drake ashore at Grand Traverse, Lake Michigan; sch. Bermuda ashore on Lake Superior a total loss; prop. Avon ashore near 40 Mile Pt., now gone to pieces; schooners Mary Grover and Pandora damaged on Lake Ontario; prop. Colonist ran into Manitowac harbor and broke steam pipes.
p.3 Police Court - more on Marine Railway strike; George Thurston was a witness -he works at yard.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes