The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 11, 1886

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The prop. Europe was hauled out at the M.T. Co.'s shipyard yesterday. She will be rebuilt.

The schrs. Pride of America, Chicago, corn; S. Neelon, Bay City, timber; prop. D.D. Calvin and consorts, Toledo, are in the canal en route to Kingston.

The hull and boilers of the steamer Oneida have been condemned by the U.S. government inspectors. She arrived at Ogdensburg Tuesday night with grain from Milwaukee, and cannot be used again till she is rebuilt. She is owned by Dimick, of Buffalo, and is valued at $30,000.

There is talk of the Ontario & St. Lawrence Co. amalgamating with the St. Lawrence Steamboat Company, a Kingston concern, and the service between Montreal and Quebec may be performed by the Rothesay and another boat to be built. The new steamer may be built at Detroit.

Capt. Allen sees signal of distress (repeated from yesterday).

Arrivals - steambarge Tecumseh, Chicago, 23,217 bush. wheat; barge M.C. Cameron, Chicago, 20,134 bush. corn; str. Hazelton, Oswego, fruit; schr. Clara Youell, Toronto, 17,287 bush. corn; schr. Acacia, Charlotte, 380 tons coal; schr. Julia, Charlotte, 212 tons coal; schr. B.W. Folger, Charlotte, 225 tons coal; prop. Cuba, Chicago, 6,500 bush. corn.

Cleared - schr. Cornelia, Oswego, 90,000 feet of lumber; steambarge Tecumseh and barge Cameron, Toledo, light; schr. Speedwell, Charlotte, light.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 11, 1886