The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Oct 1876

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p.2 Telegraphic - tug Sumner pulled sch. Odd Fellow off beach at Oswego.

p.3 Chicago Rye - carried by sch. Yankee Blade.

Oct. 31, 1876

p.2 The Steamer D.C. West - letter to editor - running on canal, now 67 feet long and fourteen foot beam.

Nov. 1, 1876

p.3 Marine - arrivals.

W.W. - schooners Norway and New Dominion through Welland Canal for Kingston.

The Harbor - str. Spartan delayed by fog.

Nov. 2, 1876

not published.

Nov. 3, 1876

p.3 Under Seizure - prop. East at Ogdensburg for damage to tug Joe Mack in 1875 collision.

W.W. - Sweden and Siberia through Welland Canal for Kingston.

Nov. 4, 1876

p.3 Fishery Inspection - Peter Kiel, Fishery Overseer made visit to P.E. County collecting information.

Sale - of str. Champion, once of Royal Mail Line, lately a tow boat.

Ashore - tug Gardner had three barges in tow from Oswego to Montreal with coal; barge Onondaga of St. Lawrence Forwarding Co. ashore at Pillar Point, lighter and pumps sent.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Oct 1876