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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1889

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p.1 Incidents Of the Day - Walter Power, purser of the str. Quinte last year, replaced by P. Hambly.

-portrait of Capt. Milligan, of schr. Prussia, done by Mr. Stowell.



The sailing yacht Katie Gray will be permanently rebuilt.

The Rathbun company will ship 150,000 ties to Charlotte this summer.

The str. D.R. Van Allen was to have cleared for Oswego today with a load of timber.

The pilots appointed for the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation steamers are Messrs. G. Batten, W. McGannon, J. Carraway, and J. McGrath. The masters will be the same as last year.

Personal Mention - Noah Dunham, Cape Vincent, arrived in the city today on his way to Amherst Island where he will take charge of a fishery for Messrs. Clark and Bowe, of Sackett's Harbour.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1889