The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1887

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The prop. California will probably be raised next spring.

The schr. E.C.R. Proctor will load lumber for Oswego.

The prop. Persia will make another round trip after returning to St. Catharines on the present one.

The str. Alexandria is expected to make one more trip before laying up for the winter.

The steamer Princess Louise broke her wheel yesterday while going to Gananoque. She has been hauled out at Portsmouth.

The schr. White Oak cleared last night for Oswego with 13,100 bush. barley. The rate is two cents a bushel. The vessel will take her next load from Amherst Island.

The schr. B.W. Folger left Amherst Island last night with 7,900 bushels of barley. She will load next at Deseronto. The schr. O.S. Storrs comes to Kingston to load.

The schr. Bessie Barwick is still missing. Her crew consisted of parties from St. Catharines. Capt. Thomas Murray is master; his father, Thomas and Owen Gallagher, and Cournee Dacey are on board. The vessel is old and rated low.

The action instituted in the maritime court at St. Catharines, by the owners of the schr. Sylvester Neelon against the owners of the schr. L. Seaton, to recover $3,000 damages occasioned by the recent collision at Port Maitland, has been amicably settled. On Friday, Towers and Eccles, proctors for plaintiff, issued the necessary release, and the Seaton is now on her way to Buffalo.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1887