The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Sep 1902

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Swift's wharf Sunday: steamers Kingston and North King down.

Craig's wharf on Sunday: steamers Cuba and Ocean down; Persia up.

Booth's wharf: tug Edward and barge Columbia from canal ports with wood.

The steamer Caspian has finished her season's trips, and is laid up at the foot of William street.

On Saturday evening the steamer Rideau Queen returned from her last trip of the season to Ottawa.

Penitentiary wharf: schooners Jessie Drummond, Collier and Katie Eccles from Charlotte with coal.

The steamer St. Lawrence came up from the Thousand Islands yesterday to go into winter quarters after a successful season.

Yesterday, the steamer Kingston made her last trip of the season. The steamer Toronto will run till the end of the month.

Richardsons' elevator: steambarges King Ben and Owen from Wellington; schooners Island Beauty (sic - Highland Beauty ?), Monitor and Granger from bay ports.

The steamer Armenia, while bound east yesterday with two barges, was delayed for some hours near Milton Island, because of some of her machinery becoming disarranged.

p.5 Rough For the Yachts - heavy wind; description of race; Cock Robin won Bruce Carruther's trophy.

Cape Vincent, Sept. 13th - The steamer Arundell will make her last trip between Charlotte and Alexandria Bay today. She has had a successful season.....The steamer Arundell, on the way to Oswego, is lying at this port today on account of the severe storm.

Incidents of the Day - The steamer Arundell was in port today with about 200 excursionists from Fair Haven and Oswego. They experienced a rough passage crossing the lake.

p.6 Caught In Storm - yacht from Rochester ashore near Horne's Point, Wolfe Island.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Sep 1902