The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 21, 1890

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The prop. Rosedale arrived last night from Chicago with a cargo of grain.

On Saturday evening the schr. Montgomery, which ran on a shoal near Grindstone Island, was released.

The schr. Straubenzie arrived this morning with a cargo of ice from Howe Island. She will proceed to Charlotte with her cargo.

p.4 Items From Bath - The ice put up at Bath is being shipped. The schrs. Proctor and Picton have each loaded from Messrs. Laird & Co.'s pile, and are hourly looked for for reloading. Rogers and Priest have sold a cargo to Captain A. Eccles for April delivery. There is a large quantity yet unsold. The prices received for it are in most instances very renumerative, and Bath may be looked to for turning out "some big things" on ice this season.

Rogers, Ball & Co. shipped, per schr. White Oak, the barley taken in during the winter on Thursday last. The price paid at date of shipment was 40 cents...

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 21, 1890