The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 5, 1881

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p.2 The Queen's Cup - editorial about Atalanta trying for cup.



The Meteorological Department ordered up the cautionary storm signal today.

The Canadian schooner Bangalore has stripped and gone into winter quarters at Milwaukee. Capt. McArthur has returned to Kingston.

Capt. W. Hartgreves, of the schooner Carveth, had the third finger of his right hand taken off by the winch of the centre board a short time ago.

The steamship Campana, lately purchased by Messrs. Smith & Keighley, is expected to leave Owen Sound on the 15th of the month for Duluth and all Lake Superior ports, being the last steamer of the season on this route.

Captain John Sibley, of the schooner John Walters was recently presented with the medal given by the Dominion Government in recognition of his endeavours to rescue the unfortunate crew of the ill-fated schooner Garibaldi which went ashore on Weller's beach last fall.

The forwarders have about closed up their business for the year. The quantity of grain transhipped has been about half of that handled last year. In October but twelve cargoes of American grain were received and with some of these there were simply lighterages. The cornering of grain in Chicago checked this shipment.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 5, 1881