British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jun 1877
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p.3 The Cruiser - The new steam yacht Cruiser built for Mr. A. Gilmore, of Ottawa, by Messrs. Chaffey & Co. left here yesterday for Ottawa. The Cruiser cost about $17,000, but is a handsome craft. On Saturday evening she was out in the harbour on a cruise, and with 70 pounds of steam made a speed of some twelve miles per hour. She will be the sensation of the Ottawa River.
W.W. - Chicago Charters - Lillie Wilder, Kingston, 20,000 bu corn; Canton, Kingston, 20,785 bu corn. The schr. Jane C. Woodruff, ashore at South Bay Point since last fall, has been got off and taken to Garden Island.
Court of Revision - Victoria Ward - Capt. Patterson, $16,000 on prop. Africa, adjourned until Friday; Thos. Taylor, assessment on vessels equalized at $2,000.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes