The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 14, 1889

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The tug Harris coaled at Swift's this morning.

It was the schr. Hanlan with which the steamer Ella Ross collided.

The steamer Lake Michigan, from Montreal to Hamilton, called at Swift's this morning.

The steamer Corsican from Toronto, and the Passport from Montreal, called at Swift's yesterday.

The prop. Manistique and schrs. Coyne and Angus Smith will carry corn from Chicago to Kingston.

The schr. Keewatin is on her way from Toronto to load grain at Toledo for Kingston at 4 cents per bushel.

The schr. Jessie Breck arrived from Oswego this morning with 700 tons of hard coal for Breck & Booth.

The steamer D.D. Calvin and consorts, schrs. Valencia, Bavaria and Norway, from Toledo, and Prussia from Byng Inlet, arrived at Garden Island yesterday with timber. They experienced much rough weather on the upper lakes.

The steamer Wanderer has been utilized to good advantage on the Alexandria Bay-Ogdensburg route. This season her business has been good. The establishment of this route has long been needed, but until the Wanderer was put on it never paid.

Pioneer Photographer - A.C. McIntyre, pioneer of photography in Thousand Islands, located in Alexandria Bay in 1871, takes photos of scenery, buildings, steamboats, etc.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 14, 1889