The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 3, 1889

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p.1 Work At The Dry Dock

Incidents Of The Day - no truth to rumor about Capt. Marshall's body being found.


The prop. W.H. Stevens left Portsmouth for Charlotte, light.

The schr. Mary Lyon arrived at Portsmouth with corn from Chicago.

B. Folger, jr., brought his new steam yacht from Clayton this morning.

Capt. Thomas Donnelly went to Gananoque this morning to inspect the str. Rothesay.

The tug Khartoum left this morning to gather up what timber she could find belonging to the cargo of the barge Bavaria.

The schr. Watertown was struck by the squall on Friday last while out on the lake. She was tossed about considerably, but sustained no damage.

Arrivals: schr. Julia, Oswego, 257 tons coal; schr. Dudley, Charlotte, 425 tons coal; schr. Eliza Fisher, Charlotte, 234 tons coal; prop. Alma Munro, Chicago, 8,592 bushels corn and a general cargo of freight.

p.3 The Pease's Crew Safe - E.S. Pease aground 2 miles north of Port Hope, Lake Michigan, with iron ore from Escanaba for Cleveland; formerly the California, built in 1873, rebuilt in 1883 after sinking.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 3, 1889