The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1889

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The steamer Norseman will go into winter quarters here.

The schr. Annie Falconer is discharging grain at Oswego from Bay of Quinte ports. Freight 2 cents.

The schrs. Emery and Storrs, from Charlotte, and schr. Clara White, from Oswego, all laden with coal have arrived.

Capt. Andrews, of the schr. D.G. Fort, has been presented with an elegant new overcoat for beating the schr. John Magee to Oswego from Port Dalhousie.

Arrivals: schr. Fabiola, Oswego, coal; prop. Rhoda Emily, Charlotte, coal; tug Jessie Hall, Montreal, light barges; prop. St. Magnus, Duluth, grain; prop. Cuba, Duluth, grain; prop. Acadia, Chicago, grain.

The Deseronto Navigation Company repaired the Ella Ross, and she is once more in commission in command of Capt. Christie, and will ply between Napanee and Picton for a few days, and will then be placed on the Quinte's route.

The Work of the Season Over - The work of deepening the harbor has stopped. The men were paid off on Saturday evening. The scows used in the work have been hauled out at the Royal Military College for repairs. The divers suits will be patched before they are put away.

The Lake Yacht Racing Association - Tomorrow the annual meeting of the lake yacht racing association occurs in Hamilton. The Kingston delegates are Commodore Robertson, J.B. Carruthers and J. Stewart. There is a proposal to have the annual races held in one place the regatta to extend over a week. In this way much expense would be saved. Each club would contribute to the pursers and the meetings would be held in rotation at the club's headquarters.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1889