The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 18, 1882

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p.1 More Monopoly - R. & O. now controls Lake St. Francis Nav. Co. [Montreal Star]



The schr. Oliver Mowat cleared at noon for Fairhaven laden with ore.

The schr. Huron is loading the iron ore brought from Ottawa by the tug Carlyle and barges.

The steamer Corsican passed down this morning on time with 50 cabin passengers en route to the old country. The time of the boats leaving here will be changed next week.

The steamer Harris, of Brockville, passed here yesterday for Toronto, where she will be used for excursion purposes. She was in charge of Capt. Kennedy and had a Kingston engineer.


Str. Corsican, Hamilton, pass. and fgt.

Str. Algerian, Montreal, pass. and fgt.

Schr. Emerald, Chicago, 23,000 bu. corn.

Tug Bronson, Montreal, barges.

Str. Edith Sewell, Sackett's Harbour, light.

Tug Jessie Hall, barges, Fairhaven, coal.

Str. City of Montreal, Toronto, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Ocean, Montreal, pass. and fgt.

Str. Gipsy, Ottawa, pass. and fgt.

Tug Carlyle, Ottawa, barges 300 tons ore.

Str. City of Belleville, Prescott, light.


Tug Bronson, Montreal, four barges, 80,000 bush. wheat and corn.

Tug Active, Oswego, barges for coal.

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

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 18, 1882