The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1888

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p.1 The Baltic Still Aground - Collingwood, Sept. 19th - The two sister ships, Atlantic and Pacific, have failed to pull the Baltic off the island on which she is ashore near Kagawong. Another attempt will be made to accomplish this with the assistance of the Northern Belle. The water which had been let in the hold to prevent the Baltic from pounding was pumped out, and as she made no water it is believed that the vessel has sustained no injury. The hold has again been filled to keep her resting easy.



The steamer Islander has arrived at Portsmouth, there to be docked.

The S.S. Rosedale, from Toledo, with 40,000 bushels of corn, and the S.S. Algonquin, from Chicago, with 72,365 bushels of corn are here. The prop. Michigan, from Toledo, lightened 6,500 bushels of corn and proceeded to Montreal.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1888