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

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The schr. Andrews, of Chicago, has arrived at Portsmouth with 20,600 bushels of wheat.

The barge Gaskin discharged 10,000 bush. of wheat secured in Port Arthur at Richardson & Son's dock.

The steam barge D.D. Calvin, and barges Bavaria, Prussia and Norway, arrived today from Manistee with timber for Garden Island.

Yesterday Capt. Booth left on the steamer John A. in search of the schr. Denmark, which was laden with lumber from Toledo, and coming to Garden Island. She was met at Presque Isle.

The steambarge Reliance made the trip from Oswego to Deseronto and back in one day, taking on a full load of lumber at the latter place. This is the fastest time ever made between the points.

Arrivals: schr. Emerald, Duluth, 22,000 bush. wheat; schr. Glenora, Duluth, 48,000 bush. wheat; prop. Glengarry, Duluth, 21,500 bush. wheat.

Clearances: schr. Julia, Fairhaven, 210 tons phosphate; prop. Shickluna, Escanaba, light; schr. Caroline Marsh, Oswego, light.

Yachting Notes - The yacht Iolanthe has arrived here to be hauled out and black-leaded and receive a new main sail. She will take part in the regattas at Oswego, Kingston and Belleville.

The next race on the circuit is that of the Rochester club, off Charlotte, on Tuesday next. This club gives the best prizes on the lake. The class A and first class prizes are $110 and $50 for first and second in each.

The Norah will race at Belleville only this year.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 30, 1887