The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Sep 1874

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p.2 W.C. - 21.

-Waterlogged - brig. Powhattan, bound from Toronto with lumber, sunk up to decks at Little Sodus. [Oswego Times]

-Alexandria Bay, Ahoy - a letter describing events; steam yachts present were D.C. West, R.P. Shoecraft, The Thousand Island Rambler, Stranger, and Canadian boats Marquis of Lorne, Falcon and Ripple; Cayuga, Thousand Island Rambler and Falcon entered race, won by Cayuga but is not a steam yacht. -

-The Bay - yacht race won by Troubler of Sacketts Harbor.

-The Harbor - arrivals and departures.

-To Alexandria Bay - trip on Maud described.

p.3 Change of Time - for R.M. Line steamers.

-five captains of Canadian Navigation Co. steamers were each fined $50 for unlicensed sale of liquor on board their steamers, the company having leased the privilege of selling on all their steamers to a person whom they supposed had taken out his licenses.

-Imports - 22.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Sep 1874