British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 13, 1890
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The tug Thistle, at Picton, will be overhauled during the winter. Her hull was rebuilt at Hepburn's shipyard.
The repairs to the Empress of India will be very extensive. A very large amount of money will be expended on her during the winter and when launched in the spring she will be just about as good as new.
Men are busy sawing a channel through the ice at Deseronto to allow the schr. Baltic, coal laden, to proceed to Napanee. It is thought that if she gets to Unger's Island she can proceed, with little difficulty, to her destination.
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- Dec. 13, 1890
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes