The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Oct 1892

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Mariners say grain will be moving in a few days.

Arrivals: schr. Annie Minnes, Oswego, coal for Anglin.

Clearances: tug Active, Montreal, six barges loaded with coal.

It is not likely that the Thousand Island company will build a new steamer this winter.

While waiting for a load Capt. Dix is spending his time fixing up the schr. White Oak.

F. Saunders will go as mate on the schr. O.M. Bond for the balance of the season. This vessel sails the upper lakes.

The G.T.R. wharf is being repaired. Damage was done to it by the prop. Algonquin smashing against the wharf a couple of weeks ago.

Capt. Craig has returned from Montreal. He says he lost all his clothing in the destruction of the Corinthian by fire with the exception of the suit he was wearing.

It was Archie Muir, brother of Alexander Muir, shipbuilder, of Port Dalhousie, whose body was found near the wrecked near the wrecked str. Nashua. Capt. Millen (Millan ?) was also drowned. B.W. Folger knew the latter gentleman well.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Oct 1892