British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1888
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The Gracie, which was sunk near Milton Island, has been raised. She will be hauled out for repairs.
There are 140,000 bushels of corn in vessels waiting to be discharged at the Montreal Transportation company's dock.
The schr. Neelon and N.K. Taylor will arrive next week from the west with timber. The Taylor will be laid up.
The steamer McArthur is at Collinsby fitting out for wrecking purposes. She will be stationed at Windsor for the balance of the season, and carry the most powerful outfit on the lakes.
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- Oct. 1, 1888
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes