The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Nov 1874

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p.2 W.C. - 7.

The Harbor.

Jones & Millar - sch. Huron, from Chicago, with 16,702 bushels wheat; barge Odessa, for Montreal, with 14,500 bush. wheat.

Jas. Swift & Co. - Sch. Carleton, 1,700 bbls. apples from Yates' Pier and Oak Orchard; sch. Jessie McDonald, 400 bbls. apples, from Oswego; str. Corinthian, from Montreal; sch. Wood Duck loading barley for Oswego; prop. America, from Toronto.

The Wrecks.

The steam-barge Lothair and schooners Ariel and Paragon, three more of the boats driven ashore on Amherst Island, at which the tugs were at work, have been taken off by the steamer Chieftain, and have proceeded on their trips uninjured in any material respect. The prop. Stanley, schr. Charm, and a barge are still hard on.

4 p.m. - The prop. Stanley has just arrived, having been safely taken off by Capt. Courneen.

p.3 Ashore - Madeira ashore near Port Colborne.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Nov 1874