The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 25, 1886

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The schr. St. Louis, from Sandusky with corn, is in the Welland Canal for Kingston.

The barge Glengarry will be hauled out at the M.T. Co.'s yard on Monday and extensively repaired.

The schr. Kate Kelly was struck by a squall on Lake Erie and had her foremast head and maintopmast carried away.

The steambarge W.B. Hall and schr. Bentley, which were aground near Iroquois, were released and arrived in port yesterday. They are bound for Duluth with steel rails.

Arrivals - barge Bartholomew, Oswego, 175 tons coal; barge C.R. Burleigh, Oswego, 170 tons coal; schr. John R. Noyes, Chicago, 20,700 bush. corn; schr. O.M. Bond, Chicago, 21,300 bush. corn; steamer Khartoum, Gananoque, 2,500 bush. oats; sloop Lorraine, Bay of Quinte, 4,500 bush. peas.

Cleared - tug Charles Ferris, Oswego, having in tow four barges from Ottawa, lumber laden; schr. John Magee, Charlotte, light; schr. Clara White, Toronto, 60,000 feet lumber; steamer Nile, and consort, Ottawa, light.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 25, 1886