The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1890

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The schr. Ella Murton will load ice for Charlotte.

The schr. A. Falconer has been chartered to load grain for Oswego.

The str. Princess Louise will be put into commission on May 1st.

The str. Pierrepont made her first trip to Gananoque yesterday.

The str. Maynard will commence her Clayton and Alexandria Bay route this week.

The schr. Mary Taylor was towed out this morning. She is loaded with ties for Oswego.

Capt. Claire Calcutt, Peterboro, comes to Kingston this week to enter as first mate on the str. Scotia.

The steamer Maud's new engine worked well yesterday. She will be able now to put on more speed than formally.

Louis Lalone, boss carpenter at Collinsby, has gone to Brockville to make repairs on the schooners Neelon and Breck.

The tug Ferris has gone to the wreck of schr. Watertown to take her off. Repairs will be made at Oswego.

Mr. Powers, the designer of the steam-yacht Wherenow, has been asked to send his plans to an architect in Brooklyn, N.Y.

The schr. Von Straubenzie will load ice at Kingston for Cleveland. From there she will carry timber to Garden Island.

Joseph Roadley, late steward of the steamer St. Lawrence, has been appointed to the same position on the str. Maud for this season.

The schrs. Delaware, Bullock and Freeman, laden with ice at Belleville, will clear for Charlotte as soon as the ice disappears from the bay.

The first arrival of the season at Portsmouth was the schr. Annandale, from Charlotte, light. She has been hauled out on the marine railway for repairs.

Capt. C. Beaupre leaves for Buffalo today to take command of the schr. Boody, owned by the Rochester transportation company. Fred Beaupre, brother of the Captain, has been appointed mate of the schr. Montcalm, belonging to the same company.

General Paragraphs - The schr. B.W. Folger is at Bath loading ice.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 8, 1890