Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Nov 1875
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p.3 Marine News - The schr. Olive Branch, en route to Oswego, grain laden, ran ashore last evening at the foot of Amherst Island. She is being hauled out at the Marine Railway for repairs, having taken off by one of Calvin & Breck's steamers.
-sch. Wacousta waterlogged, 2 months taken for trip on Georgian Bay.
-at Picton Gazelle, Belle Cass, Florence Howard, Mary Gormly, Fanny and Babineau & Gaudry are laid up; new sch. St. Clair also wintering there, not having been placed in commission this season.
-str. John Egan sunk near Pembroke, pumped out, had to be run ashore opposite Thistle's Mill.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes