The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1888

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The barges Bedford and Isis have been laid up at Deseronto.

The schr. Folger and Clara White and the Khartoum have cleared for Oswego with barley.

The steambarge Erin was twice aground in Toronto harbour while entering it with a cargo of coal.

The general opinion is that the Cornwall canal will not be ready for navigation before Tuesday at the earliest, probably not then.

The steamer Rideau Belle, from Rideau river ports discharged 400 bushels of grain at Richardson & Son's wharf, and the Moravia 4,000 bushels.

The Chatham manufacturing company is supplying a large portion of the oak timber and plank required in the construction of the new 70,000 bushel barge for the Montreal transportation company.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 9, 1888