The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1888

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The schr. Singapore is loading barley for Oswego.

The steambarge Water Lily has arrived with a cargo of apples from Montreal.

The Bay of Quinte is being closed with ice. Big Bay, near Belleville, is closed over.

Thirty thousand bushels of barley, shipped by Richardson & Sons, arrived in Oswego yesterday.

The steamer John R. Maynard and sailing yacht Wild Flower are on the Portsmouth marine railway.

The schr. Queen of the Lakes, now in Oswego, has been chartered to load barley here. She will make two more trips this season to Oswego.

On Friday the schr. Cora Post, Capt. J. Dandy, laden with 500 bushels of grain from the wrecked schr. W.J. Preston, went ashore at the head of Simcoe Island.

The steambarge Nile arrived from Deseronto today with a cargo of shingles and lath. The schr. Pilot, from the same point, is discharging lumber at the foot of Queen street.

The schr. Julia (Capt. Saunders) is ashore at South Bay. She is light and will not be damaged much. The steamer H.A. Calvin, with Capt. J. Donnelly and wrecking apparatus, left today for the schooner.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 26, 1888