The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1889

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p.1 Improvements For Lake Ontario - The U.S. vessel owners' association suggest the following legislation for Lake Ontario: "Lighthouse on Braddock's Point, above Charlotte harbor; steam fog whistle on Galoo Island; buoy on Ford shoals, about three miles west of Oswego harbor; steam siren fog whistle in place of fog bell at Beacon light, entrance to Oswego harbor; lighthouse on head of Carleton Island; fog whistle on Tibbitt's Point; lightship on Bay State shoal, at the Crossover; lightship on the Sister Light shoal, about 150 feet from the lighthouse; lightship on Johnson light shoal, about 150 feet from the lighthouse; fog whistle at Charlotte."

Six new steel steamers are to be built at Bay City, Michigan, to form a line from Chicago to Owen Sound.

p.4 Yachting In Rochester - The New L.Y.R.A Rules Prevent Them From Increasing Their Fleet - Rochester yacht club formed four years ago; Ripple is new boat.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 28, 1889