The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1884

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p.2 Here & There - The tug Albert S. Wright, of Port Hope, has arrived and will do work in the harbor.


The Glide started from (sic) Montreal today with a tow of barges carrying 80,000 bush. corn.

Arrivals: Schr. Minnie, Islands, 11,000 bush. peas for Richardson's; tug Hall and barges.

The schr. Gulnair, from Hamilton with timber, ran into Collinsby last evening, after being a week on the lake. She met with fogs and adverse winds.

This evening the steamer H.A. Calvin takes a raft from Collinsby to Quebec with seven drams of timber.

The prop. Argyle, having lost her wheel and rudder in a storm on Lake Superior, was scuttled in Michipicoten Bay. Valued at $50,000; cargo C.P.R. stores.

The M.T. Co.'s elevators today unloaded the schrs. Gaskin and Glenora, which arrived last night from Toledo with 37,000 bush. and 43,000 bush. corn respectively.

ad - R. & O. Nav. Co. - Royal Mail Through Line - commencing Sunday, 11th inst. - Corsican, Algerian and Corinthian will leave for Toronto at 5:30 p.m.

p.3 A Man Scalped - by log at Collins Bay Rafting Co.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1884