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

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The strs. Spartan and Alexandria left for Montreal last night.

The work of righting the Jessie Breck has not yet been started.

The str. Bronson for Montreal will clear tonight with five grain laden barges.

The new barge Cornwall being built by the M.T. Company will be launched in a few days.

The str. St. Magnus passed Port Colborne yesterday en route to Kingston from Duluth with wheat.

The steamyacht Wherenow is now where it can be of service. It will run on the river faster than ever.

The steambarge Niagara from Manistee is discharging deals at the M.T. Co's dock. The deals are for Quebec.

Cleared - tug Bronson and barges Queen, and Chicago, to Ogdensburg, light; schooners Julia and Hanlan, Oswego, light.

The tug Jessie Hall and three barges laden with coal arrived from Oswego. The tug was to have returned with two barges with lumber for the box factory.

Yesterday when the steamer Kathleen arrived at Brockville the St. Lawrence river pilot while attempting to pull out one of the gang boards fell into the water between the boat and the wharf. He was rescued.

Arrivals: sloop Laura, Cape Vincent, light; tug Jessie Hall, Oswego; barge Arcadia, Oswego, 344 tons coal; barge Nebraska, Oswego, 537 tons coal; barge Maggie, Oswego, 607 tons coal; schr. Storrs, Oswego, 234 tons coal; schr. White Oak, Sodus Point, 354 tons coal.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 3, 1890