The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Jul 1891

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July 2, 1891

p.1 Personal Mention - Capt. Donnelly and Inspector Adams made an inspection of the steam yacht Siesta this morning.


The strs. Marion, Argonaut, Algonquin, J.C. Ford and Hecla, from Chicago, are expected here tomorrow.

The schrs. Singapore and Falconer are unloading coal at the asylum dock and the Acacia at the penitentiary.

The str. Bon Voyage arrived yesterday from Charlotte on her first trip. She is a handsomely fitted out boat and lighted by electricity. She had fifty passengers on board.

Arrivals: tug Thompson and two barges, Oswego, coal; tug Bronson and three barges, Montreal, light; str. Resolute, Kincardine, salt; schr. Annie Falconer, Charlotte, 359 tons coal; schr. Acacia, Fairhaven, 352 tons coal; schr. Grantham, Charlotte, 668 tons coal.

Clearances: str. Resolute, Deseronto, salt; schrs. B.W. Folger and Flora Emma, Sodus Point, light; schr. Traveller, Ogdensburg, coal; str. Acadia, Cleveland, light; schr. F.H. Burton, Oswego, 290 tons coal; tug Ranger and barge Ontario, Ogdensburg, light; schr. Julia, Oswego, 201 tons coal.


For The Queen's Cup - Toronto, July 2nd - first annual race under auspices of R.C.Y.C.; Oriole, Vreda, White Wings, Verve and Aileen entered, won by Vreda. (1/2 column)

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Jul 1891