Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 2, 1879
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p.2 Excursion - arrived from Morrisburg on str. Algonia ?.
p.3 Wrecking Service - Capt. Donnelly has left with the tug McArthur and apparatus necessary for the wrecking service on Lake Erie. He will be no doubt engaged all Fall, as that lake is known to be the roughest and most unfortunate, in a marine point of view, in the Dominion.
Young's Locks - a diver from Kingston is checking the lock gates.
New Steamers - an American wants a new line to run from Cape Vincent to Montreal on American side of river, to compete against the R. & O.
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- Sept. 2, 1879
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes