Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Jun 1875
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p.2 W.C. - 9.
-Railroad Iron - is the only type of upward freight, the barge Frontenac arrived with 400 tons from Montreal, for Coburg.
-Our Fisheries - Hugh Ralston, inspector of Fisheries is stocking salmon from the fish-breeding station at Newcastle in Sloat's Lake (Sydenham Lake), Loughborough Lake, Collin's Lake, Beaver Lake, and Lime Lake. [Standard]
-Imports - 8,9.
-Mirage - Coburg could see Presqu'Isle Pt.; why can't Kingston see if Oswego's harbor is as empty as Kingston's, or "even the home of old Dick the hermit, on the Ducks"?
-The Bay Route - a puff for Capt. Campbell and str. Rochester.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes