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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 26, 1886

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The str. Norseman will leave Kingston for Alexandria Bay next Saturday.

On and after July 5th the str. Princess Louise will run to Thousand Island Park each evening and return in the morning.

M. Kelly, diver, left for Little Current, B.C. (sic), today. He has been engaged by Mr. Kilganon to work at the deepening of the Little Current Canal.

The schr. Belle Mitchell, Chicago; steambarge Clinton and consort, Duluth, grain laden, are in the Welland Canal for Kingston. The schr. Cameron, with lumber from French River to Collinsby, is also on the way down.

Last evening the tug Ferris, with four barges, lumber laden, cleared for Oswego. When opposite Breck & Booth's wharf one of the barges sprung a leak. This necessitated turning about, but this morning they cleared again.

Arrivals - Str. Khartoum, Wolfe Island, 2,200 bush. oats; tug Edmunds and four barges, Ottawa, lumber; schr. Grantham, Toledo, coal; sloop Glad Tidings, Clayton, light; str. Armenia, Chicago, 8,500 bush. corn.

Cleared - sloop Olive Branch, Cape Vincent, 21,787 ft. lumber, 10,000 lath.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 26, 1886