The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jun 1896

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The schr. Two Brothers is in Davis' dry-dock being caulked.

The tugs Thomson and Bronson, light, cleared for Montreal today.

The str. Bannockburn and consorts, Fort William, will arrive tomorrow.

The str. Denver will carry corn from Chicago to Kingston for two and three fourths cents.

The Collinsbay rafting company will take down pontoons to raise the tug Petrel, ashore below Cornwall.

The strs. Orion, with barges, and Niagara, Collins Bay, light, cleared the Welland canal, today, bound up.

Arrivals: strs. Passport, Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal, at Swift's wharf; str. Algonquin, Fort William, 60,000 bushels of wheat, at Portsmouth.

Welland canal, bound down: str. Armenia, Traverse City; schr. Valencia, Cheboygan; schr. Norway, Frankfort; schr. Grantham, Parry Sound; str. Bothnia, Duluth; schrs. Manley and Russell, Parry Sound, all timber laden for Kingston.

A Steamer Burned - Point Edward, June 27th - About 9:30 o'clock this morning the steamer Windsor, of Wallaceburg, loading sand here, caught fire. The cabin and furniture was badly damaged before the fire was got... (bottom of page cut short)

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jun 1896