The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1885

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p.2 Late Local News - The South Shore & St. Lawrence River Wrecking Company has purchased the necessary outfit, and on the opening of navigation will have steam pumps and other necessary apparatus for wrecking at Oswego, Clayton and Ogdensburg.

Work has been resumed on Mr. Seeley's scow. She is ready for caulking now.

Capt. Jas. McMaugh, of St. Catharines, who will command the tug Active this year, has arrived.

The schr. Vienna left Port Hope for Whitby this morning, light.

p.3 The Steamer Maud Is Ready - Mr. W. Derry, engineer of the Maud, says the steamer's machinery is in position. She is now ready for service. Steam was got up yesterday and everything worked satisfactorily. She has received a pair of new wheels, which are much larger than the old ones, and will tend to increase her speed.

Personal Column - Capt. Joseph Parsons, of Port Colborne, master of the schr. Dudley, arrived yesterday. He intends to remove his family to the city in a few days. They will remain here permanently.

April 16, 1885


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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 15, 1885