The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 3, 1884

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The report that the men who went to Oswego on the tow barge Mary Stockton were badly used by the captain is pronounced untrue by one of them. He says Capt. Budd could not have treated them more kindly.

The schr. C.A. King, of Milwaukee, is unloading 19,400 bushels of wheat at Portsmouth.

The tug Thompson arrived today from Oswego with three barges, coal laden. She left for Montreal with three barges containing 1,800 tons of coal, two with 25,000 bushels of wheat and 125 tons of sandstone, and schrs. Pulaski and Bolivia for Ogdensburg.

The schr. Clara White cleared today, light, for Trenton.

The tug Col. By has arrived at Rathbun's, from Ottawa, with two barges, carrying 175,000 feet of lumber.

Incidents Of The Day - The new gates at the ferry dock proved a success yesterday. Over 1,500 tickets were taken by the picker, and there was not the slightest confusion. The people quietly departed on their different steamers for home.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 3, 1884