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

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The schr. Sligo cleared this morning for Bay ports.

The schr. Philo Bennett is unloading coal at Swift's.

The schr. White Oak will load barley at Napanee for Oswego.

The schr. Clara Miller has been chartered to load rye for Toronto.

The schrs. E. Fisher and P. Bennett will load lumber for Oswego.

The yacht R.P. Flower arrived this morning from Alexandria Bay.

The schr. Eliza Fisher cleared this afternoon for Oswego with lumber.

The schr. Clara White arrived Saturday evening from Oswego with coal.

The prop. Glengarry and consorts are loading railroad iron for Duluth.

The steamer Canada, from Montreal, cleared this morning for Duluth.

The prop. Alma Munro arrived yesterday from Montreal and proceeded to Duluth.

The tug H. Calvin cleared this morning with two barges with 5,000 bushels corn for Cardinal.

The schooner Annie Falconer is loading barley at Toronto; the destination, the shipper's option.

The steamyacht Wherenow has been hauled out. Her machinery will be improved during the winter.

The str. Dominion and the schr. J.R. Benson arrived at Portsmouth Saturday from Toledo with 50,000 bushels corn.

General Paragraphs - At the instance of Mr. P. Mallen the sloop John A. was seized today. She will be released when a mortgage on her is settled.

The new steamer Governor Smith, of the Central Vermont line, passed down yesterday for Ogdensburg with 70,000 bushels of corn and 300 tons of rolling freight. She lightened 400 tons at Port Dalhousie.

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