The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1887

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p.8 Incidents Of The Day - The steambarge Tecumseh, injured by a collision on Lake Huron with a side-wheel steamer, is on the stocks at Port Dalhousie receiving repairs.


The steamer Reliance has 200,511 feet of lumber on board for Oswego.

The steambarge Freemason and barge Minnie Francis cleared for Ottawa today with coal.

The tug Col. By, with barges Thistle and Gipsy Queen, are in port, bound from Cape Vincent to Ottawa

A pilot's license has been issued to Mrs. Louise Daniels, wife of the captain of the schr. Water Lily, of Lake Champlain. Mrs. Daniels passed a creditable examination. She has an experience of ten years on the lake, and will be pilot of the Water Lily.

Cleared - schr. Morwood, Cleveland, iron ore; P. Bennett, Oswego, lumber; str. H.A. Calvin and barges Princesss and William, Montreal, 30,000 bush. rye and peas, shipped by Eilbeck & Richardson; schr. Elgin, Toronto, stone; steambarge Lincoln and consorts, Welland Canal.

Arrivals - props. Ocean and Cuba, Montreal; prop. Lake Michigan, Hamilton; schrs. Eliza Fisher, Capt. Roney, Port Hope, peas and wheat; O.S. Stovis (sic - Storrs ?), Toronto, peas and wheat; Caroline Marsh, Toronto, grain; schr. Ariadne, Toronto, grain.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1887