British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 2, 1879
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p.2 H.R.H. - ...embarked on yacht Cruiser, owned by Mr. Gilmore of Ottawa, touched at dock of K. & M. Forwarding Co. (Mr. W. Stewart manager), shown elevator and informed of some details of the forwarding business; then cruised Thousand Islands.
p.3 Boat Burned - The steam yacht Farrington was burned at Clayton on Friday night, together with a portion of the dock.
The str. City of Belleville, which ran ashore on a bar in Mosquito Bay, was towed off and taken to Mill Point for repairs.
Chicago Charters - To Kingston - schooners M. Copely, Cossack, corn, 4 1/2 cents.
Kingston's new steamer Princess Louise has already a namesake at Hamilton.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes