The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 21, 1881

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Non-union men are getting employment on outward bound vessels.

The arrivals this week are quite large. The grain is quickly transhipped.

The schr. Nellie Sherwood is loading iron ore for Charlotte at 40 cents per ton.

John McLeod, who was injured on the schooner Gold Hunter, while unloading stone at Toronto, has reached Bruce Mines on his way home.

The schr. Richardson cleared last night for Oswego with 9,000 bushels barley. This is the Richardson's second cargo of Canadian barley for the American side.

It is thought that owing to the severe weather through which the propeller Lincoln and consort have passed her grain will be considerably damaged. It has not been discharged yet.

The schr. Jessie Drummond is unloading some of her walnut in order to reduce the draft of water required to permit her going through the St. Lawrence canals.

Welland Canal - Bound Down.

Schr. Erie Queen, Chatham, Kingston, wheat.

Schr. I.H. Breck, Bay City, Garden Island,wheat (sic).


Prop. Armenia, Ogdensburg, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Cuba, Toronto, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Persia, St. Catharines, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Lincoln, Chicago, 12,315 bu. wheat.

Schr. Acacia, Toronto, 15,800 bu. wheat.

Schr. Lisgar, Chicago, 18,600 bu. wheat.

Schr. Gibraltar, Chicago, 17,500 bu. wht.

Schr. Twilight, Toronto, 12,400 bu. wheat.

Str. Spartan, Hamilton, pass. and fgt.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 21, 1881