Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Sep 1875
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p.2 W.C. - 10.
-Lost - The lighters and pumps belonging to Messrs. Calvin & Breck, and which were used in the raising of the steamer Rothesay Castle, Toronto Harbour, were lost off Long Point in the gale of yesterday. The loss will be about $1,000.
-Quickest Wrecking Trip on Record - The str. Hiram A. Calvin left this port at 12:30 yesterday with a lighter in tow to lighten the schooner Erie Queen off the rocks at Point Peter, a distance of 50 miles, lighted off the schooner about 4000 bushels of wheat and arrived back in Kingston at 6 a.m. today with schooner and lighter without damage. Capt. W.R. Taylor is our informant and he thinks that much credit is due to all concerned.
-Imports - 6.
p.3 Incorporated - The Bay of Quinte and Oswego Navigation Company.
-The Regatta - collection for regatta on 24th is off to a good start.
-The Surprise - is safe in Cobourg harbour.
-Boating Regatta - details of race to be held this afternoon.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes