British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Nov 1871
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p.2 The Tete du Pont Barracks - could be used for Kingston and Pembroke Railroad Co. or for a forwarding firm.
-The Storm On Lake Erie - sch. Advance damaged in storm, towed into Port Colborne.
-sch. Gold Hunter a total wreck at Cabots Head, crew rescued by gunboat Prince Alfred.
-Imports - 18,20.
p.3 sch. Catherine ashore near Bath.
-barge Magnet, converted from prop., launched but leaked badly.
-Laying Up - R.M. steamer Passport laid up at Montreal; Kingston and Corinthian will lay up at Kingston.
-Dismantled - str. Queen of Union Forwarding Co. of Ottawa being dismantled at G.T.R. Esplanade, machinery being shipped to Pembroke to be placed in new steamer; hull sold to Messrs. Power & Son of this city.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes