British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Oct 1871
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p.2 The Gale - schooners Phoebe Catherine and Consuello ashore at Horse Island, Sacketts Harbor; Bruno slightly damaged after collision with str. Corsican ; sch. Homeward Bound towed off shore at Newcastle by str. Wellington.
-Other Disasters - sch. Melrose lost rudder at Genessee River; sch. Dauntless lost centreboard and grounded at Genessee, sch. L. Shickluna damaged sails and put into Genessee in a disabled condition; bark Major Anderson ashore at Two Rivers, Lake Michigan and broke up.
-The Ferry - a letter to editor from Reeve of Wolfe Island Township -he is not happy with Kinghorn's explanation.
-Imports - 17,19.
p.3 Break - Lock No. 2 in the Cornwall Canal has been out of order, which delayed the steamer Kingston many hours, so that she only arrived last evening, instead of on Tuesday.
-Police Court - Joseph Beaupre charged with stealing part of a cargo of wood belonging to someone else, from his scow.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes