British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Aug 1877
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p.3 The Drowning Case - sailor from Brooklyn at Port Dalhousie.
Collision - between Passport and tug Cuba at Lachine, Passport had bow stove in.
W.W. - The Colborne Express says: "The schooner Lumina, lying at Proctor's wharf, Brighton, all summer, was consumed by fire on the night of the 24th inst. She was the property of Mr. Maybee, of Colborne, and insured for $2,000. Origin of the fire unknown.
Break Down - Maud broke crank pin.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes