The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1895


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p.1 Marine Paragraphs - The str. Jessie Bain was towed to Clayton from here by the str. Pierrepont last week. She will receive some repairs during the winter and will be put on the Clayton-Alexandria Bay route as soon as navigation opens in the spring.

The str. Hall arrived at noon on Sunday at Port Colborne from Buffalo, bound for Oswego, light, to go into winter quarters. This was the only boat expected going through the canal this fall and navigation may be considered closed at that point. The following boats are laid up at Port Colborne: str. Tecumseh, Cavalier, Edward Blake, Albatross.

Dec. 10, 1895

p.1 General Paragraphs - A tug from Duluth, with all its crew, was lost in Lake Huron, near L'Anse, Mich.

Ottawa, Dec. 10th - Soo Canal closed for season; figures on tonnage, etc.; the new lock was opened on Sept. 9th.

p.2 News of the District - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pye have closed the Scotch Bonnet light-house for the season and have returned to their home on the main-land for the winter.


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Date of Publication:
9 Dec 1895
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KN.16724
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English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Dec 1895