The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1890

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The barge Idlewild is loading grain at Richardsons.

The steamyacht W.B. Franklin, of Alexandria Bay, called here today.

Clearances: schr. Julia, Oswego, barley; prop. St. Magnus, Chicago, coal; tug Hall and barge Toledo, Oswego, barley.

The barges Cameron and Cavalier towed to Port Colborne from Collins Bay by the str. Tecumseh will go into winter quarters there.

The tug Rival reached Collinsby today from Belleville with a raft measuring half an acre on the surface. It is composed of pine timber. The steamer cleared this afternoon for the same port, and will bring another large raft to the bay.

A large party of young bloods went down to where the steam yacht Myles is lying, yesterday, with the intention of going to Gananoque, but after 3 hours work at the engine in a fruitless endeavor to get up steam, the trip was abandoned.

Arrivals: str. Algerian, Alexandria Bay; str. Kathleen, Clayton; schr. Sylvester Neelon, Astabula, coal; str. Acadia, Chicago, wheat; schr. Annandale, Cobourg, light; scow Idlewild, Howe Island, barley; str. Khartoum, Howe Island, barley; prop. Cuba, Chicago, corn.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1890