British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Nov 1896
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p.1 Incidents of the Day - Th schrs. Eliza Fisher, Belleville, and Ella Murton, Hamilton, are stripped and laid up for the winter.
p.2 Wellington, Nov. 9th - .....A barge was seen by Capt. McCullough passing down the lake on Friday morning, and suddenly she disappeared. The captain is under the impression that the barge foundered.
p.4 Thousand Island Park, Nov. 9th - ....During the gale of Thursday night and Friday the water rose three feet. The wrecking steamer W. Gilbert took refuge at the park dock during the gale. The sloop Flying Cloud is busily engaged in carrying dirt from South Bay to the Isle of Pines for filling in purposes.
Today's Tidings - The story of the wreck of the schr. Senora on Lake Erie turns out to be false.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes