The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 5, 1882

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Captain Malcomson (Malcolmson ?), of Hamilton, will sail the Jessie Scarth. Captain Ellman, a Norwegian, will sail the William Elgin. Capt. M. Patterson will sail the Fanny Campbell this season.

None of the schooners at Port Dalhousie will leave the port until May 1st, with the exception of the J.R. Benson (Capt. Saxey Brooks,) which leaves on the 20th of April with timber for Garden Island. She loaded last Fall. The Captain wants to get back to the Port by the 1st of May.

The schr. Kate, of Oakville, dragged her anchor and went ashore at the mouth of South Bay on Thursday of last week. She is owned by Capt. Paul Clark, of South Marysburgh. She lies in about two feet of water, and although her hull has received no perceptible damage, as she lies on a gravel bottom, it is thought it will cost about $500 to convey her to deep water.

The Rideau As A Pleasant Resort - (part) "...Mr. A.G. Judd, of Morton, has purchased two steam yachts, one of which he intends to place on the Lower Delta Lake and the other on Sand Lake."

p.3 Whats The News? - Wm. Robinson for third time awarded contract for painting Royal Mail Line boats.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 5, 1882