The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 27, 1886

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The schr. Erie Stewart has arrived. She is laden with deals and on her way to Ogdensburg.

The prop. Cuba has ceased running between Chicago and Montreal. She is now in the Lake Superior trade.

The str. Quebec, saved in a wrecked condition by Murphy of Detroit, has been granted American papers. Her name has been changed to F.E. Spinner, a former treasurer of the United States.

The steambarge Nile and consort are in tow to the city from Ottawa with 355,000 feet of lumber, and the steambarge Reliance will be here tomorrow to load lumber for Oswego.

Capt. Donnelly has gone to Georgian Bay to release the str. Telegram, aground near Parry Sound , and not the Meteor as reported on Saturday. The Telegram is owned by Mr. Duffy, of Collingwood.

Arrivals - schr. E.H. Rutherford, from Duluth, with part of the cargo of the steamer Campana, 17,000 bush. of wheat, has reached the M.T. Co.'s wharf; schr. Gleniffer, Toledo, 21,200 bush. wheat.

The following schooners and steamers arrived at Swift's wharf: strs. Algerian, Toronto; Corsican and Persia, Montreal; Ocean, St. Catharines; Acadia, Chicago; Lake Ontario, Hamilton; schrs. Olivia, Charlotte, 225 tons soft coal; Hanlan, Oswego, 225 tons hard coal.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 27, 1886