The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1887

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The schr. American is loading granite for Chicago.

The steamer John Thorn will be named the Island Queen.

Mr. Campbell's new yacht will be called the Spark.

The str. Princess Louise went to Gananoque today.

The prop. Sir Leonard Tilley and tow will arrive this evening.

The schr. Craftsman has been chartered to carry coal from Oswego to Fort William.

Capt. Rothwell has sold his str. Khartoum to Messrs. Morgan & Earle, of Smith Falls, for $2,500.

Capt. Charltes Tift, of Kingston, is in Ogdensburg fitting out the schr. M.J. Cummings.

The schr. Herbert Dudley was towed to Oswego yesterday by the steamer D.D. Calvin.

The steamer D.D. Calvin and schrs. Prussia and Dudley arrived in Oswego yesterday at 12 o'clock.

On Wednesday the steamer Glengarry and consorts will leave for Charlotte to load coal for Port Arthur.

Next week the tug Active and three barges will clear for Bay City to load lumber for Montreal.

The prop. Armenia has been chartered to carry coal from Oswego to Port Arthur; freight $1 per net ton.

The schr. Jessie H. Breck was the first boat to sail out of this harbour. She left yesterday for Oswego to load coal there.

The tug Proctor has succeeded in releasing the barge Bolivia, ashore near Charlotte since last fall, and will tow her to Oswego for repairs.

Mr. Miller, engineer of the str. Glengarry, was badly hurt yesterday. The engine's cross-head fell on his foot and crushed it. Dodds will push the work along until Mr. Miller recovers.

Three or four years ago the schr. Anglo-Saxon sank near Garden Island. Having been sold to Detroit parties one of Calvin & Sons steam pumps was started this morning in the schooner for the purpose of raising her.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 22, 1887