The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1887

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Capt. Coulson will command the schr. P. Bennett.

D. Cunningham, purser of the steamer Norseman, has gone to Port Hope.

The steamer Chieftain, of Garden Island, came to the city today and was loaded with withes.

The tug Seymour and three barges, light, passed up the American channel yesterday for Oswego.

Martin is giving the Kingston & Montreal Forwarding company's barges the artist's last touches.

The steamer which Mr. Davis is building for Carnegie Bros., Brockville, has been named the Queen of the Islands.

The schr. Herbert Dudley (Capt. Parsons) cleared this morning for Oswego with 16,183 bushels of barley. She was the first vessel reported out at the customs house.

Tomorrow twenty ship carpenters will commence the repairs of the prop. Myles, and put temporary cabins on her. She will be ready for docking in six weeks.

p.8 The Boats Well Kept - James Diche, steamboat inspector, now here, says the steamboats at Kingston have been kept well. He remains here for some time.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1887