Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Nov 1870
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p.2 Fall Assizes - Jones vs Warden of K.P. - Jones and Millar, forwarders, took a load from Pen. wharf in barge Consolation to Montreal, had to pay $800 for load before barge was allowed to leave.
p.3 The Schooner William John - This schooner, with 4000 bushels of wheat from Whitby to Ogdensburg, which sank during the recent gale, off the Water Works wharf, has been purchased by Mr. James Wilson for $300, and has been floated and brought into the wharf for the purpose of having the cargo discharged.
-Cast Adrift - the story of 2 survivors of barge Hollom lost off Pointe aux Barques; a full column but very hard to read. [Detroit Free Press]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes