The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1892

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The str. Rosedale cleared for Toronto yesterday to lay up.

The schr. White Oak is in from Oswego with coal for Breck & Booth.

The schr. Minnedosa, Capt. Geoghegan, after an eight months season, has been laid up.

The str. Tilley, Capt. Irvine, will lay up at Port Dalhousie. She left Kingston today.

The sloop Idlewild cleared for Rockport today. She will collect a cargo of wheat at bay ports for Richardson & Sons.

A despatch received yesterday states that the Glenora passed Windsor for Kingston. She is expected to arrive here about Sunday.

The schr. F.F. Cole is laid up at Richardson's dock. She has been carrying lumber to Clayton and Oswego all summer and had a profitable season.

The str. Lorelei is being laid up at the K. & P. R.R. dock and having her machinery overhauled. The Lorelei, owned by Ira Folger, was chartered by the Rathbun Co. last season to run between Gananoque and Clayton.

The str. Hero will make her last trip Thursday. There is plenty of ice in the Bay of Quinte between Nigger Island and Trenton. The Reach was frozen over, but steamers going through broke the ice and made navigation possible.

Capt. Burns left for Buffalo, today, to settle up matters in connection with his steamer Columbia. The Columbia is a large excursion steamer and runs to all points out of Buffalo. Her trips were principally ( ) last year. This is her (two lines unreadable)

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1892