British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Nov 1871
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p.2 Imports - 3,4.
p.3 Aground - sch. Lafayette Cook, owned by Capt. Parsons of Kingston, is on shoal at Snake Island.
-Improvements - str. Picton to get new Saloon this winter; St. Helen to get alterations and improvements.
-Protection - lighthouse at Port Maitland, near entrance to Welland Canal, is completed, and a life-boat for Salmon Pt. is on the way to Kingston.
-Accident - a hand on str. Georgian fell down the hold.
-Heavy Freights - on steamers St. Helen, St. Lawrence and prop. Acadia.
-Obstruction To Navigation - Scotia struck a rock near entrance to Lachine Canal and sank, after being raised it struck at same place.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes