The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 14, 1881

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The str. D.C. West has been hauled out at the shipyard for caulking.

The schr. Guelph has been chartered to carry iron ore from Kingston to Milwaukee at $1.10.

The yacht Norah, of Belleville, has undergone thorough repairs at Deseronto. She is owned by Mr. R.J. Bell.

At present a survey is being made of the barge Maggie's injuries by Mr. R. Beaupre, of this city, and Mr. Gardner of St. Catharines.

Schr. Richardson passed through the south Ste. Marie canal, bound down, on the 9th. She is laden with deals from St. Maurice for Collinsby at $7 per m.


Schr. Van Allen, Chicago, 13,000 bu. wht.

Schr. Lewis Ross, Chicago, 15,981 bush. wht.

Str. Corinthian, Hamilton, pass. and fgt.

Welland Canal - Passed Down.

Schr. American, Chicago, corn.

Schr. Singapore, Toledo, corn.

Schr. Leadville, Chicago, corn.

Schr. Falconer, Toledo, corn.

Schr. Pandora, Toledo, corn.

Schr. Craftsman, Toledo, corn.

Schr. Hartford, Chicago, corn.

Schr. Wm. Elgin, Toledo, corn.

Schr. Albacore, Toledo, corn.

Barque Ayr, Charlevoix, Garden Island, timber.

Barque A. Craig, Charlevoix, Garden Island, timber.

p.3 Wind Wafts - On Monday afternoon at Sacketts the new boat R.P. Flower was steamed up for the first time.

Hay Charters - for Gazelle, Pilot, Nellie Sherwood, Balleau (Ballou), Empress.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 14, 1881