The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 10, 1890

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The drydock will be finished 6 months before the contract time is up.

The prop. Tilley and consorts will clear this evening for Chicago light.

The tug Bronson with 6 barges will clear this evening for Montreal with grain.

The prop. Canada lightened 8,000 bushels of wheat last night and proceeded to Montreal.

The tug Jessie Hall with 2 barges and the tug Bronson with 3 barges arrived last night from Montreal light.

The prop. Scotia and barges from St. Ignace to Garden Island with timber and schr. Neelon, Toledo to Collinsby with timber, passed Port Dalhousie.

T. Barlow resigned his position as first engineer of the steamer Kathleen and took a situation in the Canadian engine and locomotive works. W. Parker succeeded him as engineer of the Kathleen.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 10, 1890