The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1889

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Arrivals: Sloop Laura D., Oswego, light; tug D.G. Thompson, Oswego, light.

The schr. Idlewild, from Adolphustown, is unloading sand at Richardson & Son's wharf.

The prop. Freemason and the barge Minnie Francis cleared today for Hull laden with stone.

The following vessels called at Swift's since yesterday: Ocean, Passport, Alma Munro from Montreal, and the Corinthian from Toronto.

The tug Thistle arrived yesterday from Cape Vincent with the barge Minnie, laden with lumber to be used in repairing the Rideau canal locks.

General Paragraphs - Capt. Malone and mate George Ferguson, of the str. D.D. Calvin, hurt at Duncan City, Mich., leave for home tonight. Capt. Malone's injuries are slight, and those of George Ferguson not so serious as first reported.

Incidents Of The Day - The search light is being put in position on the steamer St. Lawrence. An excursion on her around the harbor some evening would, no doubt, be well patronized. She is the first boat on the lake to have a search light.

Schr. Annie Falconer is loading lumber at Swift's for Oswego.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1889