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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 1, 1883

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The schr. A.P. Grover from Toledo, with 17,000 bushels of corn has arrived.

The tug Active and consorts leave for Toledo tonight.

The tug Jessie Hall, while towing barges to Montreal, burst her cylinder near Prescott. She was picked up by the tug Glide and is now on her way to this port for repairs.

The schrs. Ariadne and J.H. Rutherford will load iron ore for American ports.

The Princess Louise is now painted red, white and green and looks extremely handsome.

The steambarge G.N. Pratt, from a Western port, has arrived with grain. She will lighten and proceed to Montreal.

The Maud's popularity is exemplified when we state that a dozen applications were made for her for a Dominion Day engagement.

Nelson Garrison, fish buyer, of Sackett's Harbor, was knocked overboard and drowned off the schooner Cole yesterday morning, while off Nicholson's Island. The body has not been recovered.

p.4 Queen's Birthday Excursion - letter to editor complaining about overcrowding, etc., on trip to Gananoque.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 1, 1883