British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Jun 1878
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p.3 The Regatta - yachts at Oswego and Belleville are preparing.
Launch - The Gazette is informed that a few days ago a large sailing craft was successfully launched on Gold Lake (sic - Gould Lake ?), in the township of Loughboro. This vessel was built by Messrs. J. Mathews and G. Campbell, of Inverary, for Messrs. Jones and Hamilton. The Jessie Fraser, for so the new boat has been christened, was built for the purpose of carrying phosphate for the different mining companies in that locality, which will be unloaded at the wharf belonging to Mr. Kenneth Fraser, and thence hauled by teams to the city for shipment. (" Back Lake " - ed. )
Brockville Races - more on the Hanlan race.
Aquatics - Hanlan and Ross -
W.W. - Chicago Charters; Island Belle has bad whistle?
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes