The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1884

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p.1 District Dashes - The first shipment of barley from Adolphustown was made on Friday last, when the schr. Hanlan was loaded.



The M.T. Company have laid up three of their elevators.

The sloop Minnie has arrived at Eilbeck's with 1,500 bushels of oats.

The sloop F. Smith has arrived from Deseronto with lumber for Rathbun.

The sloop Suffolk has arrived from Deseronto with 200,000 feet of lumber and shingles.

The steamer Reliance has been chartered to load lumber at Rathbun's. She will arrive on Monday.

The schr. W.H. Oades, ashore near Whitby, was lightened and she got off without damage. The steamer Hastings took her to Toronto.

The steamer Empress of India was in port yesterday with 1,000 barrels of apples from South Bay. They were for shipment to Liverpool. The steamer went back for another cargo.

An American marine man says that a week of rough weather will have the effect of laying up a large number of vessels. Freights are still scarce and the rates are still very low.

Loading On The Bay of Quinte - schr. Kate, of Oakville, barley, Bongard's, for Oswego; Ed. Hanlan, Cressy, barley, for Oswego; Singapore, Stella, barley, Oswego; H. Dudley, Stella, barley, Oswego; Nellie Hunter, Adolphustown, barley, Oswego; White Oak, Emerald, barley, Oswego.

Incidents Of The Day - On Sunday the ill-fated schr. Norway, of Garden Island, sprung a leak. She is loaded with lumber. Pumps were set to work and men are now unloading her. She will not sink.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1884