The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 3, 1883


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MARINE NOTES.

The barge Tuscorora, sunk at Fair Haven, has been raised and towed to Oswego.

The tug Metamora and barges arrived at Garden Island from Georgian Bay this morning with timber.

A Frenchman named Johnson, employed on the steamer Algerian, had one of his shoulders injured by a fender while passing through the Beauharnois Canal.

The schooner E.P. Beales has been chartered in Milwaukee for 22,000 bush. wheat to Kingston at 4 3/4 cents, and there is an active enquiry for vessel room for Kingston.

The Rothesay was launched on Saturday from the Ogdensburg marine railway, the damage to her hull being but slight. She resumed her trips again on Monday between Clayton and Dickenson's Landing.

On Friday evening the steambarge Saxon ran aground near Brockville and did herself considerable damage. The steamer Watertown pulled the craft off and brought her to Kingston. The barge is now on the dry dock. Her rudder, wheel shoe and stern were injured.

p.3 A Yacht's Cruise - Emma sold to J. Cooper of Toronto.

Sackett's Harbor Display - of war of 1812 ship "before it is demolished."

Here & There - Tomlinson, West End boat builder, sent small yacht to Amherst Island, very fast.

a sea serpent seen at Fisher's Landing - was it John Donnelly in his diving suit?


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Date of Original:
July 3, 1883
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KN.14722
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 3, 1883