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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 8, 1888

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The tug Eleanor and scow, with lumber from Ottawa, arrived yesterday.

Prop. Myles came into port yesterday from Duluth with grain.

The sloop Minnie is discharging 1,200 bushels of barley from Howe Island.

The schr. F.C. Layton has gone into winter quarters at Ogdensburg.

The tow barge Neelon, from Duluth, was discharged today.

The schr. Clara White cleared for Oswego with barley.

The prop. Cuba, with grain, left for Prescott, where she will lighten.

The steamer Van Allen left today for Oswego with 241,000 feet of lumber.

Personal Mention - Capt. Dunlop, of the str. Norseman, has returned to the city for the winter.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 8, 1888