1903 : Cattle From Steamer Monterey Run Wild on Miquelon Island.

12 octobre 1903 : Toronto Star
CANNOT BE CORRALLED
Cattle From Steamer Monterey Run Wild on Miquelon Island.

St John’s Nfld., Oct. 12 – It is now just three months since the big C.P.R. liner Monterey was wrecked on Miquelon Island, and to-day there are still 300 head of cattle at large there, whoch cannot be coralled for transport. They have become quite wild, and gangs of improvised cow punchers sent on from St. John’s have been utterly una le to subdue them.

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1874 : A Review of Public Events at Home and Abroad for the year (Niobe)

Annual Register : A Review of Public Events at Home and Abroad for the year 1874

The Niobe left Halifax for St Pierre, intending to communicate with the French naval officer at that place before proceeding on a fishing cruise. A thick fog was experienced the whole pas sage and the consequence was she was unable to reach St Pierre Roads. On May 20 she came to anchor on the west side the Sandy Neck joining the Great and Little Miquelon Islands; but finding the anchorage not a desirable one, and from the state of the weather thinking it possible, …

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