The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1886

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The lighthouses on the St. Lawrence are lit up.

R.O. McKay, Hamilton, bought the prop. Lake Michigan.

The steamer Pierrepont reached Cape Vincent yesterday and returned to the city about 7 p.m. The boats will now run regularly.

The steam yacht Angler, owned by S.G. Doran, Rochester, is being fitted up and changes made, whereby her speed will be increased.

The tug Thompson may leave for Toledo on Saturday. It is probable the barges Glengarry, Maggie, and Bell will go to Toronto on the same day.

The schs. Acacia, Falconer, Grantham, Folger, and strs. McArthur, Hero, Norseman and St. Lawrence are preparing for the opening of navigation.

The schr. Manzanilla's new foremast will be shipped immediately, and it is expected she will be ready to load timber at Hamilton for Garden Island on Monday.

Capt. Curtis, of the schr. Acacia; Capt. McMaster, schr. A.G. Ryan; Capt. Cornwall, schr. A. Falconer, and Capt. Courson, schr. Elgin, have arrived to take charge of their crafts.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 13, 1886