The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1885

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The schr. Grantham cleared for Toronto today.

The steamer Gazelle arrived light from Gananoque.

The sloop Murray and Sidney are here with 100,000 feet of pine lumber from Trenton for McRossie.

The steambarge Tecumseh has reached this port with 40,000 bushels of grain from Duluth.

The schr. Elgin cleared today for Charlotte to load coal for Swift's.

The steamer Corinthian, Toronto; Persia, St. Catharines; Passport, Montreal, called at Swift's.

The steambarge Cormorant and barge Charles came in at 10:30 from Duluth, with 90,000 bushels of wheat.

The steamer Celtic will leave on July 13th for her annual lighthouse trip, during which every lighthouse on the upper lakes is visited. The trip will last twenty-eight days.

The schr. J.R. Noyes, Chicago, 21,000 bushels of corn, destined for Portsmouth, ran into Kingston harbor by mistake last evening, and she ran aground on Point Frederick shoal. She was released this morning by the tug Bronson and taken to Portsmouth.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 17, 1885