British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Jul 1876
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p.2 Tied Up - str. Magnet tied up at Alex. Bay - another incident in custom house wars. [Gananoque Reporter]
Great Fire at Lachine - new barge belonging to Mr. St. Onge burned, scow damaged, tug Plover slightly burned; Gov't light ship consumed; Lachine yacht club lost yachts Ida, Truant, Alarm, Mona and 1 other.
Port Colborne - 21 - down.
p.3 The Squall - steam yacht Clara Louise filled and sank at Clayton.
A New Enterprise - A very handsome little steam yacht called the Marquis of Lorne, hailing from Kingston, plied yesterday between the city and the Humber. She is a very neat little vessel and many availed themselves of the novelty of taking a trip in her. [Leader]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes