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

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p.6 Collinsby - schr. W.R. Taylor left for last time this season.

Bedford Mills - tug Edmund and 4 barges laid up for winter; Tett Bros. using tug Dresden to work sawdust out of channel to enable sailing scows and steam barges to come in without difficulty.

p.8 Two Robberies Reported - T. Connors, a sailor, had money taken by female cook on same boat.


Navigation on the Napanee River is about over.

The prop. Michigan is windbound at Swift's.

The schr. Clara White, ashore on Indian Point, has been released.

The steamer Deseronto has stopped running between Gananoque and Clayton.

The pumps have been removed from the prop. Myles. Later in the season Mr. Myles will proceed to raise the boat himself.

The tug McArthur has towed the schr. Maggie McRae to St. Catharines. The schooner ran on Pelee Island beach and had to be scuttled to save her.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 27, 1886