The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 May 1900


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THE DOINGS OF MARINERS.

The schooner Collier, light, cleared on Sunday for Charlotte.

The schooner Burton cleared for Oswego yesterday to load coal.

The schooner Pilot cleared this morning for Stella with lumber.

The S.S. Bannockburn and consorts cleared to-day for Fort William.

The tug Hall cleared to-day for Montreal with three grain-laden barges.

The steamer America took the steamer Pierrepont's ferry route to-day.

The tug Thomson cleared on Sunday for Charlotte with three barges to load coal.

The schooners Eliza White and Lydon are discharging coal at Crawford's and Booth's wharves.

The steamer Orion and barge, Toledo to Kingston, with corn, passed Port Colborne last night.

The steamer John Milne, coal laden, from Oswego, passed down to Smith's Falls on Sunday.

A. Macdonell, manager of the Ontario bank, has purchased a gasoline yacht from Davis & Sons.

The tug Spray and barge, grain-laden, cleared from Richardsons' elevator on Sunday for Montreal.

The steamer Pierrepont entered Davis' dry dock this morning to receive a few repairs to leakages.

The schooners Maggie L. and Monitor from bay ports unloaded grain at Richardsons' elevator to-day.

After ten days repairs at Davis' dry dock, the M.T. company barge Jennie has been put into commission.

The steambarge Nicholls proceeds to Montreal after placing buoys in the river for the American government.

Capt. Donnelly, who superintended the placing of the buoys in the harbor, states that the buoys were in place three weeks ago.

The steamer Glengarry and consort Minnedosa, from Toledo, arrived at the M.T. company elevator to-day with 100,000 bushels of corn.

It is said that a speedy yacht is being built in Hamilton for a Kingston gentleman of means. The building of the boat is being kept a secret.

Capt. Thomas Donnelly stated this morning that all the harbor buoys had been correctly set out, making navigation in this harbor perfectly safe.

The schooner Two Brothers, which sprung a leak on Friday when on her way from Brighton to Kingston, had 600 bushels of her cargo of rye slightly damaged. The grain was consigned to Richardsons' elevator, and, when dried, the grain will be in fairly good shape.

p.5 Incidents of the Day - The steamer Ocean, from Toronto, called at Craig's wharf this morning.

p.6 The schooner Fabiola, Charlotte, and Annie Falconer, Oswego, arrived at Swift & Co.'s wharf this morning with coal.

Have A Complete Chain - The Trial of the Welland Canal Dynamiters - details.


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Date of Publication:
7 May 1900
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KN.16882
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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), 7 May 1900