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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 15, 1886

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The schr. Minnie Foster is lying partly sunk near Anglin's dock.

The schr. W.H. Rounds cleared for Charlotte yesterday to load coal.

The schr. Grantham has been chartered to carry timber from Detroit and Seatille ? to Collinsby.

The sch. A. Falconer, for Ogdensburg, was unable to go down the river today owing to the gale.

The steambarge Rhoda Emily and consorts have passed through the Welland Canal with corn, from Chicago to Kingston.

Cleared - The prop. Montreal, of Chicago, to bring 53,000 bushels corn to Kingston at 6 cents per bushel.

Arrivals - schr. Eliza White, Charlotte, 185 tons coal; schr. B.W. Folger, Oswego, 200 tons coal; schr. Cheney Ames, Chicago, 20,863 bush. corn; schr. Mary Lyons, Toledo, 23,500 bush. corn.

Cleared - schr. McLellan, Dexter, 16,000 feet lumber; schr. A.A. Carpenter, Chicago, light; schr. W.H. Rounds, Charlotte, light; steambarge Lincoln and consort, Toledo, light; schr. O. Mowat, Oswego, 259,249 ft. lumber.

p.3 A Tribute To Memory - the late George Malone.

Effects of Storm - damage to wharves along harbour, coal and phosphate washed into lake; barges pounding against docks;

Personal Mention - Capt. George Crawford, after an illness of several weeks, has resumed command of the str. Norseman.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 15, 1886