Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 May 1871
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p.2 City Council - a letter from sundry wharfingers, soliciting the Council to apply to the Government to defray the expenses of lighting up the City Clock as a harbor light; one alderman thought the shoal should have a lighthouse on it; another alderman suggested a lighthouse on the Shoal Tower; another letter from Harbormaster Alexander Smith, relative to the unsafe state of the harbor, owing to imperfect markers.
-New Line on Lake Superior - Chicora, Cumberland and Manitoba to run to Duluth and Fort William.
-Imports - 30.
p.3 the remaining sections of Mr. Kinghorn's steamer have arrived and will be erected at once at Marine Railway yard.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes