The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jun 1895

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The schr. Ella Murton will clear for Oswego to load coal tomorrow.

The R. & O. str. Passport arrived today, making a second boat between Montreal and Toronto.

The schr. Loretta Rooney entered Davis' drydock this morning. She had sprung a leak and will be patched.

The schr. Fabiola has to await her chance to be unloaded. There are several vessels in ahead of her.

H.A. Calvin, M.P., received a telegram from Anthony Malone this morning, stating that the str. Jack would be pumped out so that the real damage to her would be ascertained.

At Port Colborne, Sunday, the str. Omaha grounded in between the piers and two tugs failed to pull her off. She was drawing fourteen feet, eleven inches, and had to be lightered next morning before getting up to the elevator.

Passed up, Port Dalhousie: Str. H.R. James, Ogdensburg to Chicago, general cargo; schr. Wave Crest, Brighton to Port Dalhousie, light; schr. Albatross, Kingston to Toledo, light; schr. Irene, Toronto to Port Dalhousie. Passed down - Str. Tecumseh, Escanaba to Collins Bay, timber; barges M.C. Cameron and Cavalier, Pentwater to Collins bay, timber; schr. J.G. Worts, Toledo to Collins bay, timber; schr. Emerald, Astabula to Kingston, timber; schr. Irene, Port Dalhousie to Brighton, light.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jun 1895