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

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The schr. Idlewild arrived this morning, light, from Cape Vincent.

The schr. Grantham arrived from Deseronto after receiving extensive repairs there.

The schr. W.Y. Emery arrived this morning with 206 tons of coal from Charlotte.

The schr. Keewatin, from Toledo to Kingston with corn, passed Port Dalhousie last night.

The schr. Oliver Mowat is on her way from Cleveland to Kingston with coal for Swift & Co.

Three barges, owned by the M.T. Co., laden with wheat, are ashore near the Galoup rapids.

After the steamer St. Magnus left Kingston she went on the dry dock at Port Dalhousie for repairs.

The str. Maud will probably make two trips a day between Cape Vincent and Kingston until the first of November.

Owing to the stiff east wind which has been blowing for several days, no work has been done by the wreckers at the steamer Armstrong.

The other day 50,000 feet of lumber, owned by Mr. Cook, at Serpent River, were burned. The steambarge Isaac May and barges, owned by Mr. Leslie, intended to load the lumber, which was destroyed. The boats are lying idle at Sarnia.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 15, 1889