British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 May 1873
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p.2 Navigation - the first vessels left Collingwood on May 7.
-V.P.T.W.C. - 6.
-Rafting - tug Wellington left Garden Island for Prescott with raft.
-Whistling - a steamer blew whistle for an hour in harbor last night.
-The Harbor - props Enterprize, Bristol, Shickluna and steamers Utica and Corinthian arrived; Dromedary left today.
-The First Grain - tug Glide, tug Wren and government steamers all passed through Beauharnois Canal with barges filled with grain.
p.3 New Steamers - a sidewheel steamer and a prop. are being built by Cantin for Messrs. Allan, one for Montreal-Detroit route and one for Montreal-Kingston route; the new steamer Bavarian, built on the hull of burned steamer Kingston, is nearly ready for navigation.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes