The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 18, 1884

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The schr. Alice Mary, of Brighton, will be hauled out at Davis' yard tomorrow.

Swift's wharf - Arrivals: strs. Corinthian, Montreal; Corsican, Toronto; Persia, St. Catharines.

The steambarge Thomas Kingsford cleared from the Eagle mill, Deseronto, on Monday with lumber for Oswego.

Rathbun's dock arrivals: Philo Bennett, wood, Trenton; steambarge Nile and barge Bedford, wood, Trenton.

Col. Hance's steam yacht Lancet was hauled out at Davis' shipyard today. She will undergo a thorough overhauling.

The steamer Hastings has received a new shaft and is now ready for active service. It is probable she will go to Toronto shortly.

M.T. Co. - Arrivals: str. Hall, Montreal, five barges, light; schr. Comanche, Chicago, 21,558 bush. wheat. Departures: str. Thompson, Charlotte, three barges to load coal.

The steamer Alexandria struck a rock as she was passing through the Lachine Rapids last evening and grounded at the foot of Heron Island. The passengers and crew were all got off in safety.

p.3 He's The Stuff - J. Maloney took action against Messrs. Hoppins & Chadwick, of the Rathbun Company, and Capt. Gaskin, of the M.T. Co., for not removing their sheds and sign boards from the slip at the foot of Queen Street. They will appear before the Police Magistrate tomorrow morning. John is bound that the slip will not be blocked up if he can prevent it.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 18, 1884