The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 18, 1884

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p.2 Late Local News - The schr. Annie Foster, damaged in Cobourg harbour, is hauled out on Portsmouth Marine Railway.

The tug McArthur arrived in port today with a broken wheel. The accident happened while pulling the Mary Ann Lydon off Weller's Beach. The tug took the schooner to Port Hope.

p.3 Phosphate Trade Looking Up - schr. Grantham takes 450 tons of phosphate to Fairhaven.

Late Marine News.

Arrivals: steamer Active, five light barges, Montreal, at the M.T. Co. Prop. Celtic, from Montreal, at Swift's. Loading for Richardson: schr. Clara White, Millhaven, 4,600 bush. barley; H. Dudley, Bath and Amherst Island, 16,000 bush. barley; O. Mowat, Amherst Island, Collinsby and Kingston, 18,000 bush. barley. They are loading for Oswego.

Sale Of Damaged Grain - Yesterday 1,400 bushels of damaged wheat, taken from the schr. Fellowcraft, were sold by auction. Mr. T. Hanley bought the whole lot at 25 1/4 cents per bushel. By the way why wasn't the sale advertised? Men who might have bid knew nothing about the transaction.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 18, 1884