The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 22, 1879

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The Anna Craig, from Toledo, has arrived in port with a cargo of 13,123 cubic feet of walnut lumber; 15,950 cubic feet of pipe staves, and 1,870 cubic feet of ash lumber.

Prop. Africa, Detroit, lightened 3,000 bush wheat.

Schr. Albatross, Toledo, 18,800 bush wheat.

Schr. Albacorn, Toledo, 19,000 bush wheat.

Schr. Grantham, Toledo, 23,000 bushels wheat.

Schr. J.N. Carter, Detroit, 14,723 bush wheat.

Schr. Wawanosh, Toledo, 18,800 bush wheat.

Prop. Scotia, Chicago, lightened 4,400 bush wheat.

Port Dalhousie, Sept. 20th - The following schooners passed through the Canal: Down - J.N. Carter, Detroit, Kingston, wheat; Wawanosh, Toledo, do, do; Dauntless, do, do, do; Sweepstakes, Detroit, do, do; Asov, Sombra, do, do.

Wind Wafts - The excursion str. Filgate, which has been running out of Toronto, called here yesterday en route to Montreal. She carries 1,700 people.

p.4 Why Fish Die - alewives starving to death. [Ontario]

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 22, 1879