The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 1, 1881

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The sailors' wages have been advanced because of the good up freights.

Mr. Packer, owner of the sidewheel steamer Sport, beaten by the Lancet last season, is now endeavoring to buy the Camilla, the fastest yacht owned by the late Dr. Holland. The heirs will not sell the Camilla for one cent less than her original cost.

The Erie Queen's forefoot is wrenched from its position, the deck is sprung about the combings of the hatches, two holes are stove in her bow, and the bowsprit and jib-boom wrenched. She will receive a thorough recaulking and refastening to put her in shape. Sixteen courses of the east breakwater at Oswego were broken by the collision of the Erie Queen.

Welland Canal - Bound Down

Schr. Wave Crest, Chatham, Kingston, wheat.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 1, 1881