The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1888

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The schr. Julia started for Oswego with a cargo of ties.

The schr. H. Dudley will carry iron to Oswego and coal back.

The schr. Watertown left Portsmouth today for Charlotte where she will load coal for Toledo.

The tug Sir John, with three American barges, laden with lumber, arrived from Ottawa this morning.

The steamer Rothesay will run excursions from Brockville to Kingston during the holding of the provincial fair.

The prop. Acadia, from Chicago, lightened of her cargo of grain, proceeded to Montreal. Her passage list was large.

The steamships Algonquin and Rosedale were expected today from Chicago with 115,000 bushels of corn. The Algonquin has 75,000 bushels and Rosedale 40,000 bushels.

The steamer D.D. Calvin and tow are loading lumber at Georgian Bay. The Jessie Breck, one of the consorts, was left at Toledo, where she is loading timber for Garden Island.

Arrivals; steamers Spartan, Toronto; Acadia, Chicago; Corinthian, Montreal.

Decided Falling Off - in amount of grain coming through Welland Canal for Kingston on American vessels; facts and figures on freight moving through canals.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1888