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The fog alarm was converted from steam to oil in By daylight, all the lifeboats had arrived at the station, and the lighthouse, storehouses, and sheds were used to accommodate the unexpected visitors.

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This concrete tower, which remains standing today, was completed in



Second Cape Norman Lighthouse and its capped predecessor in Photograph courtesy Canadian Coast Guard With the fore and main holds starting to fill with water, all the passengers and crew were safely put aboard lifeboats within twenty-five minutes of the grounding.
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Before striking the island, the vessel had been proceeding at a slow speed with soundings taken at regular intervals.
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Nearly three hours later, the flash of a gun was seen, and the crew then knew they were on Belle Isle.



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They swarmed over the ship, stripping it of its sails and gear, and then with hatchets tore up large portions of the deck to get at the cattle, sheep, butter, cheese, and coal stored below.






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Wire stays were used to stabilize the original wooden lighthouse inshortly after it was built, and now the iron tower was encased in concrete with six flying buttresses providing additional support.



The fog alarm was converted from steam to oil in






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Smith, who investigated the wreck, had the following praise for her:






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Campbell took charge of the light as well when Keeper Locke retired, and since then five generations of Campbells have served as keepers.