The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Aug. 25, 1879

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p.3 Pinafore - yacht from Belleville to cruise in Islands.

Charlotte Regatta - yacht Mystery, owned by H. Cunningham came second in class behind Florence of Big Sodus; sailed home to Kingston in a little over eight hours.

A Tourist Dog - on R. & O. steamer - belongs to steward of boat. [Montreal Star]

Large Excursion - on Hastings, Maud, Geneva.

Welland Canal - The following vessels passed through the Welland Canal on Saturday for Kingston, and many, if not all of them, are no doubt now in port: J. Wade, Chicago, corn; H. Fitzhugh, Detroit, wheat; str. Van Allan, Detroit, wheat; schr. T.R. Merritt, Toledo, wheat; Erie Belle, Chicago, corn; H.P. Murray, Toledo, wheat; Nellie Hunter, Cleveland, Cobourg, coal; W.R. Taylor, Toledo, wheat; Mary Lydon, Toledo, wheat; W.J. Suffel, Toledo, wheat; Denmark, Bay City, staves; Annie Falconer, Toledo, wheat; Singapore, Toledo, wheat; Jas. Norris, Toledo, wheat; John T. Mott, Chicago, corn; Norway, Toledo, timber.

Wind Wafts - The Canada Fire & Marine Insurance Co. held a policy to the amount of $1,500 on the Kitty Friel.

Over 300,000 bushels of grain arrived at Kingston on Saturday for transhipment.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Aug. 25, 1879