British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Jul 1874
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p.2 The Foam Victims - 2 bodies found on shore on American side.
-Large Cargo - new sch. Jennie Matthews, built at Port Huron, carried 24,145 bushels of wheat; "the vessel is full size, and has to be dubbed to squeeze through."
-W.C. - 20.
-Imports - 18,20,21.
p.3 Shortage - in grain cargoes at Buffalo and Oswego; not much of a problem at Kingston.
-The Harbor - departures from Holcomb & Stewart 's.
-A Strike Among the Shovellers - rate reduced to $3.50 for unloading grain. [Oswego Times]
-The Indians On the Tow Path - an Indian at Cornwall was charged with cutting loose a raft of timber belonging to Calvin & Breck; the Indians claimed that they should be employed in running half the drams down the Long Sault and thought their rights had been infringed on.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes