The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 20, 1884

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The Jessie Hunter is unloading coal for the gas company.

The prop. California, repaired at Detroit, is running again.

The schr. O.M. Bond arrived at the M.T. Co.'s dock today with 21,575 bush. corn.

The tug Jessie Hall left today with three barges and 50,000 bush. wheat for Montreal.

The tug A.G. Thompson arrived with three barges and 1,200 tons of coal from Oswego.

The prop. Armenia, after lighting 7,000 bush. of grain at the M.T. Co.'s dock proceeded to Montreal.

The schr. St. Louis is laid up at Weller's Bay. In two months she will resume business, loading ore at the bay for Cleveland.

The schrs. Itasca, Hyderabad and Lady Macdonald bring 60,000 bushels of corn from Chicago to Kingston for 4 1/2 cents per bushel.

Mr. Titus, mate of the schr. St. Louis was struck by a timber dog in the breast on Thursday, and incapacitated for labour. He arrived in the city today.

Swift's - Arrivals: str. Algerian, Montreal; prop. Alma Munro, Montreal; prop. Armenia, Chicago; str. Corsican, Toronto.

The str. St. Lawrence will be ready for her route in three weeks. Her smoke stack was fitted in yesterday. Most of the upholstering will be done here. The steamer will present a very fine appearance when painted, her hull flesh colored, her upper works white with drab trimmings.

p.3 A Steamboat Owner Sued - Norseman dropped old passenger off at Port Hope instead of Cobourg.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 20, 1884