The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 30, 1887

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p.1 The Myles Nearly Up - It is expected that the prop. Myles will be as high as the wreckers want her tomorrow. Calvin & Son have been asked to put their pumps on her and remove the grain and water.

p.8 Incidents Of The Day - The schr. White Oak is receiving extensive repairs - new planks in her topsides, cover board, stanchions and bulwarks.

The tug Metamora and consort will leave Sarnia for the upper lakes on April 20th. They load timber for Collinsby.

Messrs. J. Scott and E. Lynn, in the employ of Robinson Bros., have gone to Port Hope to paint the steamer Norseman.

Loss Of An Old Resident - Thomas Snell of Garden Island, 75 years old, an employee of the Calvin Co., lost two sons on schr. Norway.

March 31, 1887


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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 30, 1887