British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 8, 1886
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p.2 The Sailmakers Returned Home - Messrs. James Hogan, R. McArthur and A. Horn, who have been engaged during the past three weeks at Cape Vincent, making sails for the schr. F.J. King, lying at that port, returned to the city on Saturday. The sails have come to the city and are in bond. They will be erected on the King as soon as navigation opens. The Oswego sailmakers, it is said, are very much annoyed because the sails were made on American soil by Canadians.
Late Local Items - A wood raft designed by H.A. Calvin, of Wolfe Island, has been shipped to the Indian & Colonial Exhibition.
p.3 Incidents Of The Day - The repairs on the str. Tecumseh will be finished this month.
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- March 8, 1886
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes