The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1890

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The tug Active left Oswego at noon for Kingston with one barge.

The tug Bronson with 6 barges, light, from Montreal, arrived this morning.

The prop. Cuba, lightened 9000 bushels of corn yesterday and proceeded to Montreal.

The schr. Hanlan, now on the beach at Fairhaven, will be taken to Oswego for repairs.

The prop. Tilley and consort arrived with 89,000 bush corn from Toledo.

The steam yacht Biandia, Toronto, here for a few days, went down among the Thousand Islands today.

The tug Walker, with the barge Minnedosa in tow, left Port Dalhousie for Kingston yesterday with grain from Duluth. She will load railroad iron for Port Arthur here.

The tug Eleanor with the barges City of Kingston and City of Quebec, reported Saturday as ashore on Duck Island, arrived at Oswego on Sunday, and were towed to the docks of the Oswego manufacturing company, where they will discharge cargoes of lumber. The boats were not ashore. They were in shelter at the Ducks.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1890