The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 7, 1890

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Yesterday the steam yacht Wherenow was hauled out on L.B. Spencer's premises, King Street, by W. Power.

The barge Muskoka passed Port Dalhousie yesterday on her way to Huron loaded with ice from Collinsby.

Arrivals: sloop Laura, Cape Vincent, light; barges Cherokee, Bismarck and Princess, Fairhaven, cargo for Montreal.

Clearances: Jessie Hall and 5 barges, Montreal, grain; str Nile and Isis, Ottawa, general cargo; schrs. B.W. Folger, Fairhaven, phosphate; G.M. Neelon, Charlotte, light.

The str. Corsican has arrived and will winter here. She will have new boilers put in and her engines compounded. The Spartan will remain at the Grand Trunk dock where she is lying now during the winter.

The barges R. Anglin and Minnie Francis are lying at Swifts waiting to tranship a cargo of stone from the str. D.D. Calvin, which is hourly expected from Sandusky. The stone, of a peculiar quality, called petrified moss, will be forwarded to Ottawa to be used in some large buildings there.

Burst In the Dam - dry-dock dam bursts - details.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Oct. 7, 1890