The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 May 1903


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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

The schooner Straubenzie cleared for Fairhaven.

Swift's wharf: due today, steamers Corsican down and Spartan up.

Craig's wharf: steamers Alexandria and Lake Michigan due up tonight.

The steamer Pueblo cleared for Oswego to load coal for upper lake ports.

The steamer Victoria cleared last night for Rockport after receiving repairs here.

Dorland Dulmage has received the appointment of light house keeper at Long Point.

The steamer Turret Crown is loading railway iron at the M.T. company's wharf.

Capt. John Flynn and C.W. Rose, Picton, have sold the sloop Granger to a couple of Kingston gentlemen.

Mooer's elevator: steamer Morley from Chicago with 64,000 bushels of wheat and corn for the M.T. company.

M.T. company elevator: steamer Denver from Chicago with 49,000 bushels of corn; S.S. Rosemount and consorts from Fort William with 200,000 bushels of wheat; tug Glide cleared for Montreal with one grain-laden barge; tug Bronson up with five light barges, and clears down tonight with four, grain-laden.

Did Excellent Work.

The owners of the steamer Wahcondah are pleased at the expedition shown by the Donnelly Wrecking company, Kingston, in getting the steamer out of her difficulty after she had struck a bad place at Farran's Point. Capt. Thomas Donnelly took a crew to the scene of the trouble as quickly as possible, and in a very short time he had the steam pumps at work on the new boat. The work was begun in the morning, and by afternoon the boat was out of the water and ready to proceed on her way to Toronto. She came on to this city, as is known, not much the worse for wear. She will be placed on dry-dock soon for slight repairs. [Hamilton Herald]

Decide To Sell - ......The account of the Donnelly Wrecking company for $358.60 for testing the suction pipe was referred to the chairman and the superintendent for adjustment, there being a dispute about a portion of the diver's charge.

p.3 Two Yachts Building - for St. Lawrence river - details.

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A FINE RECORD.

The record breaking trip of the season was made by the steamer Reliance, which carries lumber from Deseronto, Canada, to this port for E.W. Rathbun & Co. The steamer arrived here at six o'clock Tuesday with a load of lumber and at 9:15 o'clock was unloaded and outside the piers in her return trip. She went to Deseronto, was loaded and was back here at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, and unloaded at 10:30 o'clock, and the longshoremen commenced the work of reloading her with oak to be used in the car shops of the Grand Trunk railroad. It pays to have such a gang of lumber handlers on every lumber docks.

[Oswego Palladium]

p.6 News of World - The steamer Wexford, Capt. Thomas, has arrived at Montreal from London, on her way up the lakes, to run probably between Collingwood and Port Arthur. She is of 1,340 tons.


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Date of Publication:
22 May 1903
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English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 May 1903