The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1888

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Departures: tug McArthur, Quebec, raft of sixteen lockages of timber.

The steamer Khartoum arrived today for Smith's Falls and was delivered to Capt. C. Staley, of Wolfe Island, who purchased her.

The steambarge R. Anglin arrived from Belleville today. During the winter she was generally repaired. She is going to Ottawa to load lumber for Belleville. The steamer is owned by James Nash, who had a half interest in her last year. He bought the share held in her by Mr. Waters, now the owner of the steambarge Water Lily. This boat has been greatly improved. As soon as she receives her boiler she will come to the city.

Arrivals: sloop Lorraine, Cape Vincent, light; barge Elm, Oswego, 52 tons coal; tug McArthur, Oswego, light; steambarges Clinton and Grimsby, Toledo and Detroit, wheat and corn; str. Khartoum, Smith's Falls, light; str. R. Anglin, Belleville, light.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1888