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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 12, 1881

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The Norseman, says the Toronto Evening News, is to be added to the excursion fleet at that port.

The steamer Varuna will make regular calls at this port during the camp season. See advertisement respecting her.

The steambarge Niagara, grain laden, bound through, was detained by the authorities today, not having bells and other conveniences according to regulations.


Schr. E.R.C. Proctor, Hamilton, 6,636 bu. wheat.

Barge Cayuga, Oswego, 45 tons coal.

Barge Oswego, Oswego, 43 1/2 tons coal.

Prop. Niagara, Toledo, lightened 5,000 bu. corn.

Str. Spartan, Montreal, pass. and fgt.

Str. D.C. West, Northport, pass. and fgt.

Steamer Gipsey, Ottawa, pass. and fgt.

Steambarge Rawson, Alexandria Bay, excursion.


Prop. Dominion, Toronto, lighthouse supplies.

Welland Canal - Bound Down.

Schr. Mary Merritt, Port Sauble, Kingston, timber.

A. Muir, Chicago, Kingston, corn.

D.M. Foster, Green Bay, Kingston, corn.

Boat Engagements - Maud, Watertown, Pierrepont, Princess Louise.

Visiting Yachtsmen -

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 12, 1881