British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 May 1872
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p.2 Off Again - The propeller Enterprize, bound to Kingston, which was ashore at South Bay, got off on Thursday after blowing off her boiler and throwing overboard 2000 bushels of corn. The tug John Bright was on the way from this port with a lighter, but arrived too late, the rising wind having urged the Captain to lighten his cargo and get off unaided.
-Dreadful Accident - while unloading barque British Lion at Garden Island, a man was crushed against the centreboard by piece of timber.
-Garden Island - arrivals - 24,25.
-Lake Freights - at Milwaukee and Chicago.
-Imports - 23,24.
-V.P.T.W.C. - 24.
p.3 The Fleets - about 20 vessels of grain and timber fleets arrived.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes