The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 11, 1883

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p.3 Removal To Portsmouth - The Kingston & Montreal Forwarding Company have decided to remove to Portsmouth. Manager Stewart was asked about it today, and said that the Company had not sufficient wharfage where they now operated, and that the change was purely a business one. He said the removal would take place early next month, and that at Portsmouth he believed all the accommodation necessary would be secured.


The wet wheat is being taken from the schr. Typo at Oswego.

The str. Theresa is loading lumber at Rathbun's for Bowmanville.

The str. Algerian and prop. Ocean have passed up and the str. Corinthian down, all touching at Swift's. The Acadia, wind bound, left this morning for Lake Superior.

The schr. J.R. Noyes brings wheat from Chicago to Kingston at p.t. Detroit rate to Kingston is 5 cents on wheat. The schr. Mediterranean, wheat from Toledo to Kingston, 5 1/2 cents.

The barges Senator and Nebraska have arrived from Oswego for the Montreal Transportation Company, with 567 and 152 tons of coal respectively. The Glide left in the evening for Montreal with six barges carrying a combined cargo of 80,000 bushels of grain and 1,200 tons of coal.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 11, 1883