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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1872

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p.2 City Council - The Ottawa Trip - pushing for breakwater, removal of Cataraqui Bridge, dredging, etc.

-Marine - Saved From Sinking - the sch. Marquette towed into Sheboygan by Annie Young. [Buffalo Comm. Advertiser]

-The Largest Cargo - steamer Wales towing barge Hotchkiss carrying 1 1/2 million feet lumber. [Detroit Tribune]

-Charters at Toledo.

-V. P.T.W. C. - 27.

p.3 Coal - Messrs. Swift & Co. are constructing a new coal yard at the St. Lawrence wharf to accommodate the Royal Mail Line, two steamers of which are to use coal in future in place of scarce and dear wood.

-The Sailor Acton - injured at Garden Island, did not die from injuries.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 May 1872