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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 Jun 1876

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Over the Way - The Oswego Palladium says: The new screw wheel steamboat T.N. Camp, of Cape Vincent, is rather a pretty boat, and was built at Cape Vincent by Luther Road of Henderson. She is seventy-four feet overall, 14 feet beam and 5 1/2 feet deep in the hold, and is owned by the Horton Brothers & Ainsworth, fishermen. The boat was built especially for the fish trade. [Cape Vincent Eagle]

Port Colborne - up, down.

p.3 Aground - The bark British Lion, timber laden from Toledo for Garden Island, got aground on Snake Island shoal during last night. Capt. John Donnelly, with the tug Chieftain, went to her assistance this morning and succeeded in getting her off ground, and towed her in without any damage.

W.W. - regatta at Belleville on Dominion Day.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 Jun 1876