The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Sep 1873

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p.2 V.P.T.W.C. - 19.

-South Bay - the St. Lawrence broke a connecting rod and Bruno returned because of heavy seas.

-Belleville Regatta - names of yachts which will participate.

p.3 Marine Notes - sch. Cecilia sunk in Point au Pelee passage was valued at $14,000.

-On Dock - the timber carrying vessels Queen of the Lakes of Kingston and Louisa of St. Catharines are being fitted for grain carrying.

-Big Freight - on prop. Alma Munro .

-Ashore - sch. M.C. Cameron ashore in Lake St. Clair.

-Barges Ashore - Three barges, belonging to Messrs. Coulthurst & McPhie, in tow of the tug William, went ashore on Blanket Island, below the foot of Wolfe Island, in the gale on Thursday night. The schooner Morning Star left to lighten the barges.

-Imports - 19.

-Launch at Mill Point - a schooner 103' keel, built by Messrs. Jamieson for Rathbun & Son, A-1, worth $18,000.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Sep 1873