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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Aug 1900

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The schooner Lydon cleared to-day for Oswego.

The steamer Hamilton, from Montreal, was at Swift's wharf last night.

The tug Bronson cleared to-day for Montreal, with four grain-laden barges.

The schooner S.H. Dunn cleared from Garden Island to-day for Charlotte, to coal.

The schooner Kate cleared to-day for Oswego, and the steamer Parsons for Charlotte.

The schooner Two Brothers cleared yesterday for Oswego, to load coal for the asylum.

The schooner Oliver Mowat arrived at the spile dock this morning with coal from Charlotte.

The steambarge John Milne cleared to-day for Oswego, after being repaired in Davis' dry dock.

The steamer Varuna, from bay ports to Alexandria Bay, called at Craig's wharf this afternoon.

The steamer Alexandria from Montreal, with a good passenger list, called at Craig's wharf last night.

The steamer Hero brought a large crowd from bay ports to-day. There was an excursion party from Marmora aboard.

Arrivals at Richardson's elevator: Schooner Helen from Toronto; schooner Peters from Chicago with 42,000 bushels of corn.

Arrivals to-day at Swift's wharf: Steamers Spartan from Montreal; Corsican from Toronto; Rideau Queen from Ottawa.

The steamer India and consort Ceylon arrived to-day at Garden Island, from Lake Superior ports, with timber and iron ore. After discharging the timber at the island, the iron ore will be taken to Deseronto.

The dredge Nipissing at work in the lower part of the harbor since the spring will be allowed to continue work here for some time. It would take two dredges for another whole season to put Kingston harbor into perfect shape.

Arrivals at the M.T. company's elevator: S.S. Rosemount and consorts from Chicago with 175,000 bushels of corn; steamer Glengarry and consort Dunmore, from Fort William, with 65,000 bushels of wheat. They will clear tonight for upper lake ports.

Steamer Chieftain Quarantined - This morning the Calvin company received word that their steamer Chieftain, which left Garden Island a week ago with a raft of timber for Quebec, had been quarantined near that place, on account of a small-pox case having been on board on the down trip. It seems that a hand was taken on somewhere down the river, but as soon as it was discovered that he had small-pox he was put off at Cornwall. News of the occurrence reached Quebec, and a quarantine was established on the steamer by the medical health officials.

A Fine Yacht - The sailing yacht, Gloria, owned by Mr. McLeod, manager of the Toronto branch of the bank of Nova Scotia, was in port to-day en route to Toronto. The Gloria is almost at the end of a long cruise, which began at Bristol, England, upwards of two months ago. She sailed across the ocean and made a remarkably fast run, not having to tack once. The Gloria last year cleared out all the French yachts at a big race held in France.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Aug 1900