British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Jun 1873
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p.2 On A Test - the prop. Africa tries machinery.
-Imports - 7.
-Drowning at Brewer's Mills - crewman from steam barge Rob't Anglin.
p.3 Old Times - The very fine steamer Gazelle, of ferry fame, is once more at her old business of towing, by which as the Raftsman she made her owner a good return. She has ever been a fortunate boat. She has left Kingston and arrived at Ottawa to be placed on the McNaughton Line as a towboat between the capital and Grenville. Her familiar hull will be missed here.
-The Fog Bell - erected near Simcoe Island lighthouse.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes