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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Jul 1899


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p.8 Incidents of the Day - Another raft of the Calvin company left last night for Quebec.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

The schooner Acacia cleared today for Oswego.

The steamer Alexandria, from Montreal, called at Craig's wharf last night.

The schooner Burton arrived this afternoon from Oswego with coal for Crawford & Co.

The steamer Cyclone brought a small excursion from Cape Vincent this morning.

Called at Swift's wharf: steamer Corsican, from Montreal; steamer Spartan, from Toronto.

The sloop Laura D. unloaded 3,000 bushels of oats at Richardsons' elevator this morning.

The tug Jessie Ferris came from Oswego this morning to take in tow two barges from Ottawa with lumber.

The steamer Orion, from Fort William, with 30,000 bushels of wheat, arrived at Richardsons' elevator this morning.

The sloop Trent, from Trenton, unloaded lumber at Craig's wharf today for the Carnovsky wood manufacturing company.

The schooner Jessie Drummond, from Port Hope, with lumber for Ogdensburg, called here last night for a pilot. John McCummisky took the schooner down.

The steambarge Alberta, which sprung a leak near Belleville, arrived here yesterday afternoon. She will have some repairs made before proceeding on another voyage.

The steamer Caspian made the trip from Quebec to Montreal last Wednesday in twelve hours and forty five minutes, breaking all previous schedules by an hour and thirty minutes.

Goderich Marine Notes.

The Oak Leaf, Chicago, unloaded on Thursday at Mooers' elevator 25,000 bushels of corn.

A man named Brown was working at the schooner Delray, unloading coal. The bucket fell and injured him severely.

The St. Andrew came in on Saturday with full cargo for Richardson & Sons. The Magill came in last week from Chicago with 21,330 bushels of corn for Mooers' elevator. The Atlantis, with basswood bolts, from Grand Bend for Mount Clemens, came in for shelter, having lost her anchor.

Could Not Have The Slip - It seems that in June, 1898, the city property committee did ask city engineer Bolger to prepare a plan for converting the waterworks slip into a bathing resort, but the committee did not meet again until October and the matter was dropped. Objections were made by the waterworks committee to have to having bathers about the waterworks property. Further, the slip is leased to the Donnelly wrecking company.


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Date of Publication:
29 Jul 1899
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KN.16821k
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Jul 1899