The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 29, 1884

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p.2 Refusing A Cargo of Coal - The schr. Edward Blake arrived here yesterday with 591 tons of coal for the Locomotive Works. The company refused to accept the coal, claiming that its quality had depreciated, and that its delivery was not in accordance with the contract. The Blake was damaged last fall, and had to lay up in the canal. A law suit may be the result.

Will They Take Him Up - Capt. Malone of schr. Prince Alfred left for Detroit; his spelling abilites questioned.

New Steamboat Company - application to Dominion Government to incorporate "The Thousand Island & Montreal Steamboat Co."

p.3 Here & There - str. Algerian, Corinthian, Passport and Corsican to run from Toronto to Montreal.

The steamer Hastings took the island route today, the str. Pierrepont taking the Cape route, and the Maud going down the river.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 29, 1884