The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Oct 1901

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p.2 The Petrel Returning - The tug Petrel, of the Collins Bay rafting company, which has been engaged in salvage operations in the Straits, between Labrador and Newfoundland, during the past summer, is on her way back to Kingston, and expected in port every day now. Several of the men engaged in the work came home last week by railway.

p.4 Out of the Dock - This morning Capt. Donnelly, for the insurance underwriters, inspected the steamer Richelieu, finding her hull, boiler and machinery in first class condition. The steamer was afterwards floated out of the dry dock and tied to the north pier, where workmen at once began repairs. Nearly the whole of the upper works will have to be replaced. The work will be rushed, as the steamer was due for delivery in Montreal today.



Craig & Co.'s wharf: steamer Ocean, Montreal, bound westward.

The steamer King Ben cleared last evening for Gananoque to load soap stone for Montreal.

Swift & Co.'s wharf: steamer Hamilton, Hamilton to Montreal; steamer Alberta coaled and cleared for Prescott.

The steamer Islander arrived from Alexandria Bay this afternoon to go into winter quarters, having concluded a successful season on the river.

Richardson & Sons' elevator: steamer Alberta, Trenton, 5,500 bushels of barley; sloop Monitor, bay ports, 2,000 bushels of rye; sloop Granger, bay ports, 2,000 bushels of rye; schooner Pilot, Adolphustown, 2,200 bushels of rye.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Oct 1901