The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1884

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The schr. White Oak cleared for Fairhaven today with ore.

The schr. Annie Foster is chartered to load ore for Fairhaven.

The prop. Persia passed down this morning with a large passenger list.

The sloop Trent arrived from Trenton yesterday at Rathbun's with lumber.

The steamer Conqueror is receiving general repairs at Powers' shipyard.

Wreckers are at work on the sunken schooner Erie Queen, near Brockville.

The schrs. Philo Bennett and Fabiola cleared for Deseronto with lumber yesterday.

Calling at Swift's - Corsican, Toronto; Dominion, Toledo; Persia, St. Catharines; Passport, Montreal.

The schr. Clara White cleared from Richardson's dock yesterday for Deseronto with 1,250 bush. wheat.

The schr. Hyderabad arrived at Portsmouth today from Toledo with 21,000 bush. wheat. She made the trip in four days and a half.

The barge Black Diamond sprung a leak on Friday night at the dock of Hall & Co., Ogdensburg, and the services of No. 2 steamer were required to get her afloat during the night.

For the M.T. Co. the arrivals are: schrs. Polly M. Rogers, 2,300 (sic) bush. wheat, Chicago; Belle Mitchell, 21,500 bush. wheat, Chicago. Departures: tug Active and three barges, Charlotte, 1,800 tons coal, and two barges with 40,000 bush. grain for Montreal.

Yachts On A Cruise - Condor, Constance.

p.3 A Man Nearly Drowned - T. Gilmore, engineer on prop. Nyack, on Lake Superior.

A Very Pretty Yacht - 3rd class - Minnie.

Incidents Of The Day - Tenders were received today at the Company's office, Montreal, for the stock of the Wrecking & Salvage Company. Capt. John Donnelly is at headquarters.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1884