The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1889

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The St. Lawrence canals will be open on Monday.

The schr. D. Freeman has made the round trip from Belleville to Oswego.

Capt. Paul Clark has got his vessel the schr. Kate off the shore at South Bay. She is uninjured.

Ferguson Bros., Napanee, are building a yacht 40 feet over all and 8 feet beam. She will be ready in June.

The prop. Myles is laid up for repairs. Through negligence the crown of the boiler became red hot and fell in. The Toledo-Kingston corn contract has been cancelled.

p.7 Emerald - The fishing tug Thistle ran aground on Odrain's Point on Friday; towed off by str. Hero.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1889