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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jul 1875

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p.2 Just Wait Now - vessel captains are complaining that Kingston elevators with the exception of A. McPhee's floating elevator, are weighing everybody short 25-50 bushels. [Oswego Palladium] - with additional comment by Whig.

-a vessel 176' 6" in length was built on Welland Canal and launched at Port Dalhousie.

-Trenton Regatta - Surprise, Enid and Stranger won the prizes.

-Half-Mast - flags of ferry masts are lowered out of respect to the memory of the late Miss Elliot, daughter of steward of Maud.

-W.C. - 26.

p.3 For the Sea Side - Belleville people on way per str. Alexandria.

-Marine Notes - Collinsby - arrivals and departures.

-Safe & Sound - while the tug Frank Perew was towing down Gallops Rapids, one of her barges the M.A. Grant, struck and started to leak, was safely towed to Montreal.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jul 1875