The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 19, 1884

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p.2 letter to editor - about opening of slips - Rathbun and M.T. Co. picked out but others also to blame.

-letter to editor - why do employees of str. Norseman have to work on Sunday?

Down Among The Islands - Capt. Youngs was down the river on Thursday with his diving apparatus to recover some of the chains belonging to the propeller Oneida.



The sloop Idle Wild is loading 2,000 bush. oats at Richardson's.

The schr. Philo Bennett will load lumber for Oswego on Monday.

The schr. B.W. Folger cleared for Charlotte yesterday with ore.

The schr. Cornelia, of Clayton, has arrived to load ore for Cleveland.

The schr. White Oak has arrived with 280 tons of coal for R. Crawford.

The prop. Tecumseh and tow of three barges is at Collinsby unloading timber.

Rathbun's arrivals: Lorraine, wood, Trenton; Pilot, lumber, Deseronto; Two Brothers, wood, Trenton.

The strs. Corsican, Prescott; Algerian, Toronto; Corinthian, Montreal; and Crusoe, Rideau Canal, called at Swift's last night and today.

The Hero's trip to Brockville on Thursday was done within four and a quarter hours, fifteen minutes better than the time already reported.

M.T. Co.'s arrivals - tug Thompson, three barges, Oswego, 1,800 tons coal; prop. Drake, Chicago, 46,000 bush. wheat. Departures - tug Thompson, 6 barges, Montreal, 50,000 bush. grain and 18,000 tons coal.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 19, 1884