The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1889

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The schr. Philo Bennett cleared for Oswego with lumber this morning.

The steamers Algerian and Kathleen are expected from Montreal tonight.

Arrivals: schr. Idlewild, Prescott, light; prop. Saginaw Valley, Chicago, 42,800 bush. corn.

The barge Anglin is sunk 8 miles below Smith's Falls and not at Brewer's Mills. John Donnelly, jr., left this morning to raise her.

The tug Jessie Hall arrived today from Montreal with three barges, and will leave for the same port today with four barges, grain laden.

The steamer Spartan arrived this morning from Toronto for Montreal. Her air pump has been fixed and she is now in good running condition.

The tug Col. By arrived last night from Cape Vincent with the barges Thistle and Minnie in tow. They have timber to be used in repairing the Rideau canal locks.

The tug Walker is waiting for three barges to arrive from Montreal. When they reach here they will leave for Charlotte to load coal for Port Arthur. From there they will go to Duluth to load grain for Montreal.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1889