The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1888

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Two barges belonging to Eastman & Co., Ottawa, will be hauled out at Portsmouth in a few days and repaired.

The St. Lawrence Steamboat company contemplate building a boat in which to place the machinery from the str. Maynard.

The tug Hiram Easton, of Ottawa, launched from the Portsmouth marine railway on Thursday received a new keel and planks and was recaulked.

Capt. Pierce, cruising all summer on the river St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte, arrived in the city today. His sailing yacht the Wildflower is at the Grove Inn iron dock.

The government dredge, at the instance of Mr. Davis, cleaned out the slip at the foot of Wellington street. At this point Mr. Davis has built a drydock 160 x 40 ft. He is able to dock any boat of canal size.

Lake Of Glenora - details; geological survey.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1888