The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 28, 1886

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The str. D.D. Calvin has been chartered to load iron ore for Cleveland.

The str. Princess Louise, on the Gananoque route, will be laid up tomorrow.

The prop. Cuba, from Toronto, en route to Ogdensburg with barley, called at Swift's.

The prop. Celtic and schr. Grantham left Duluth at 8 o'clock yesterday. They carry grain to Kingston.

This afternoon the steamer Pierrepont towed the steamer Princess Louise into port. She had broken her rudder near the foot of Wolfe Island.

A car laden with 600 bushels of barley, from Hartington, and str. Rideau Belle, 400 bushels of rye and oats, were discharged at Eilbeck's elevator.

Arrivals - schr. Emerald, Toronto, 14,046 bush. wheat; prop. Canada, Washburn, 18,000 bush. corn; prop. St. Magnus, Duluth, 28,000 bush. wheat; schr. B.W. Folger, Oswego, 197 tons coal; steambarge Nile and tow, Ottawa, lumber; Easton and barges, Ottawa, 600,000 ft. lumber.

Cleared - schr. Emerald, Charlotte, light; schr. Mary, Oswego, 85,850 ft. lumber.

p.8 Repairing A Water Pipe - Capt. J. Donnelly, sr. and Messrs. W. Bissonette and M. Kelly working at dockyard at military college.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 28, 1886