The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1890

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The prop. Scotia from Kingston is discharging ice at Loraine.

The tug Jessie Hall with 4 barges with grain cleared last night for Montreal.

The schr. Homer, stuck in Georgian Bay, is at Collingwood with 8000 bush. of wet grain.

The schr. American Union was chartered to carry corn from Chicago to Kingston for 4 cents; schr. D.J. Foley will also bring a cargo of corn from the same port.

Arrivals: prop. Glengarry, Toledo, 22,200 bushels of corn; schr. John Gaskin, Toledo, 37,675 bush corn; schr. Glenora, Toledo, 47,675 bush corn; schr. Mowat, Sandusky, coal; barge Oswold, Belleville, brick; schr. Jessie Drummond, Cleveland, coal; Tilley and barges, Toledo, grain; Wawanosh, Toledo, timber; St. Louis, Detroit, grain.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 3, 1890