British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Nov 1893
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p.1 No Bodies Recovered - J. Donnelly, jr., and diver M. Murphy return from North Bay; failed to recover any bodies from burning of str. Fraser; details of fire; conditions were very poor for diving; could not see anything when ten feet down.
Incidents of the Day - Capt. Enos Consaul, of Clayton, N.Y., died last Friday night on board the schr. Clayton while en route from Oswego for Clayton with coal. He was troubled with heart disease, and his demise was sudden.
General Paragraphs - The steamer Alberta, sunk near Hickory Island, was raised by Gus Hinckley and is now in the dry-dock receiving repairs.
p.2 Gananoque, Nov. 14th - ...The str. Antelope is now running on the Gananoque-Clayton route in place of the steamer Lorelei. She will continue to run as long as traffic warrants it.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes