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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1885

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The steambarge Indian and tow have arrived light, from Collinsby.

One half of the sloop Jessie was sold today by Mr. L. Decour to Mr. W. Corby for $100.

The steamer Deseronto is making three trips daily from Gananoque to Clayton.

After July 1st the Princess Louise will cease her trips to Clayton and run to Alexandria Bay.

Arrivals at Swift's: Strs. Persia, Montreal; Passport, Toronto; Corinthian, Montreal.

The Princess Louise will bring an excursion party from Gananoque to Kingston on Dominion Day.

Richardson & Son are loading the sloops Idle Wild and Horn with 3,000 bushels of wheat for Deseronto.

The steambarge Lincoln and Lisgar have arrived from Montreal with railroad iron. They are receiving the balance of their cargoes here, and, when laden, will proceed to Port Arthur.

The steambarge Nile and tow are on their way from Ottawa with 370,000 feet of lumber. Part of the lumber will be discharged at Rathbun's dock; the balance will be forwarded to Oswego.

Capt. Patterson has informed Mr. C.H. Hatch, that the steamer Spartan will arrive here tomorrow from Owen Sound. She has an excursion party on board. The excursionists will visit Kingston and the Thousand Islands. The Spartan goes to Sorel, and there lies up.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1885