British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1892
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Calvin & Co.'s new barge, being built at Garden Island, will have a capacity of 50,000 bushels wheat.
George Davis, son of R. Davis, of the dry-dock, will build a steam yacht costing between $700 and $800 this winter.
The prop. Algonquin enters the government dry-dock, today, where she lays all winter to have a new stern inserted.
Yesterday the schooner Glenora was hauled out at the M.T. Co's shipyard. A large gang of men were engaged in doing the work all day.
The B.W. Folger cleared for Clayton with shingles.
Dec. 13, 1892
p.1 General Paragraphs - The Rathbun has decided not to buy the str. Rocket. She has been sent back to Quebec.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes