The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Nov 1902

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The steambarge Clinton, from Cleveland, arrived at Rathbun's Grove Inn wharf with soft coal.

Swift's wharf: steamer Rideau King cleared this afternoon for Ottawa on her last trip of the season to that place.

A number of steamyachts are under construction at Davis' shipyard. Their speed will vary from 12 to 16 miles an hour.

The steamyacht Myra, owned by R.H. Fenwick, Belleville, will winter at Davis' dry dock, along with Hon. Sifton's Skylark.

Richardsons' elevator: steambarge King Ben, from Wellington; steambarge John Milne, from Stella, and schooner Echo, from Napanee, with grain.

p.6 Was In Port Today - The steamyacht Ellen and barge Toy, owned by Frederick Huck, Rockport, came to the city on Monday to load an engine at the Dominion Cotton Mills wharf for shipment to the electric light works at Gananoque. The yacht left port with her tow this afternoon. Mr. Huck has had a most profitable season among the islands with his steamer. He has still enough work to keep him engaged until the close of navigation.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Nov 1902