The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 20, 1879

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p.2 Look At That Now - letter to Editor about yacht race between Laura and Oldrieve.

p.3 For Lake Erie - Mr. William Lesslie, of the Collins Bay Rafting Company, left tonight for Lake Erie with the steamer McArthur, having on board steam pumps and all other necessary wrecking apparatus. She will be stationed at either Detroit, or Windsor.

The Hattan Life Boat - 15' x 31 1/2" x 1' deep - a description.

Wind Wafts - The schr. Wanderer, which went ashore on the False Ducks, is insured. She is valued at $3,000.

The Northern Transit boats, the Maine and Buckeye State that have been laid up at Ogdensburg for some time past, are again put in commission. The advance in freights brought them out.

Considerable anxiety is felt for the small schooner W.T. Greenwood, of Port Hope, Capt. S. Phillip, lumber laden, and bound for Oswego, which has not been heard from since dark on Tuesday night.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 20, 1879