The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1882

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The two forward frames of the new steam barge at Garden Island were erected this morning. (str. D.D. Calvin - ed.)

The schr. A.G. Ryan and Wm. Elgin, from Sodus Point, have arrived with 600 tons coal for Swift.

The schrs. Oriental, Augusta and Gleniffer, from Toledo, have arrived at Garden Island with oak timber.

The schrs. D.G. Fort and A.L. Andrews have been chartered in Chicago to carry grain to Kingston at 5 cents.

The tug Glide came in yesterday with six barges, light, from Montreal, and cleared for Oswego with two of them to load coal.

The steamer Chieftain towed the schrs. A. Muir and Antelope to Brockville, and the Prince Alfred to Ogdensburg, both coal laden.

The schrs. Bangalore, Detroit, 23,500 bush. wheat; and Pandora, Toledo, 20,000 bush. wheat, are at the K. & M. Forwarding Co.'s wharf.

All the regular line boats called yesterday crowded with passengers. The up steamer's arrival was awaited upon by a large number.

The schr. Maumee Valley has arrived from Ludington with 273,817 feet of deals. She will discharge here, the cargo going in the pin-flats H.L. and Eva for Quebec.

The steamer Hiram Calvin left on Saturday night for Montreal with two barges carrying 40,000 bush. wheat. The schr. Bavaria, with 713 tons of coal, from Cleveland, was towed by the same steamer to Brockville.

The schr. Leadville, from Detroit, 22,000 bush. wheat; schr. E.R. Williams, Toledo, 21,500 bush. wheat; and schr. Mediterranean, Toledo, 15,000 bush. wheat, have arrived at the Montreal Transportation Co.'s wharf.

p.3 Excursion On A Schooner - schr. Ocean Wave in Thousand Islands with party from Picton.

Developing A Yachting Sport - in Belleville.

Whats The News? - R. & O. directors declare interim dividend of 3 %.

p.4 The Sunken Ship - sunk off Port Dalhousie - more details in letter from Thomas Zealand.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1882