The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1886

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A heavy gale is expected. The storm signals have been hoisted.

The schr. Singapore has cleared for Oswego with 169,249 feet lumber.

The tug Edmond with two barges, laden with lumber, belonging to the Tett Bros., Bedford, has cleared for Ogdensburg.

The H. Dudley was expected to clear for Oswego today with 16,500 bushels of barley.

The schr. Julian and prop. Dominion are loading barley at Bay of Quinte mills for Oswego.

The hatches and engine room of the prop. Myles having been made water tight the largest pump available has been placed on board and an attempt to raise the boat will be made at once.

The prop. Nipegon, towing the schr. Pride of America, reached port during the night, and, after coaling, proceeded up the lake. During the blow some weeks ago the vessels had a disastrous time of it on Lake Huron.

p.6 Bedford Mills - Capt. Wm. Scott arrived here on Saturday with the tug Edmund and four barges with their decks white as snow. The captain reports rough weather on the Rideau Canal.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1886