British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Aug 1874
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p.2 W.C. - 2.
-Tenting On the Old Campground - a letter to editor about Buck's Island, 21 miles from Gananoque; mentions John Buck keeper of the lights west of Gananoque, and mentions recent changes to fishing laws.
-The Harbor - arrivals and departures.
-New Tugs - The Chicago and Montreal Forwarding Co. (Coulthurst & Macphie) have purchased a new tug at Buffalo and another at Ogdensburg, to do river service on the abrogation of the Gov't tug line service.
p.3 The Norway - repairs amounted to $3000.
-Broken - a raft of cedar posts being towed from Napanee to Sodus broke up near Oswego.
-Small - a steamer only 15' long with engine and boiler - the Little Fraud.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes