The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1885

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The str. Ontario is being fitted out at Clayton.

The schr. Oriental left Port Colborne on Tuesday for Detroit.

The barge Bella is laden with 26,000 bushels of corn for Montreal.

The schr. Grantham reached Garden Island this morning from Toledo.

The schr. Abbie L. Andrews arrived at Portsmouth yesterday from Chicago.

The schr. Two Brothers is loading thirty tons of hay at Wolfe Island, for Cape Vincent.

The str. Princess Louise brought eight tons of cheese from Clayton to the city today.

The str. Passport was launched at Power's shipyard last evening. She has received general repairs.

The schrs. Bolivia and Bentley were expected to clear today for Oswego. The latter will load coal for Toronto.

Geo. Hall and Co., of Ogdensburg have chartered the barge Huron, belonging to the Kingston and Montreal Forwarding Company. It will be put into the coal trade.

The schr. Speedwell has for several weeks lain at Power's shipyard. She has received new decks and been repainted. Now she is finished and has been chartered to load stone at Grindstone Island for Cobourg.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1885