The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 1, 1886

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p.1 Incidents Of The Day - In the fog of Friday, a propeller headed down for Cape Vincent almost ran on Pigeon Island. Though she neglected her three minute whistle signal the lighthouse keeper, Mr. Davis, was on the lookout and warned her off with the fog signal.



Mr. Creegan's yacht Belladonna is bottom up at the Queen's wharf.

The water in the St. Lawrence is lower now than at any time this season.

There has been an increase in the traffic of the Rideau canal. The lockages have been: steamers, 576; barges, 934; rafts, 35.

Six hundred bushels of rye and peas from Harrowsmith and 300 bushels of peas from Wolfe Island, were discharged at Eilbeck's dock today.

The str. Khartoum, from Brockville, discharged 1,500 bush. of grain at Richardson's wharf, and cleared for Cape Vincent with a lockband of cedar in tow and a cargo of shingles.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 1, 1886