The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Sep 1903

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p.1 A Marine Engineer - Edmund R. Dungan, a well known engineer, died at home in Detroit; aged 38, originally from Prescott.



The steamyacht Wherenow is being laid up today.

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

M.T. company wharf: tug Thomson arrives from Oswego and Charlotte with three coal-laden barges and clears for Montreal.

Swift's wharf: steamers Toronto down; Rideau Queen from and Rideau King to Smith's Falls; Spartan up tonight; on Sunday, steamers Kingston, North King and Corsican down.

p.5 Capt. Lobb arrived in Gananoque with his schooner Highland Beauty on Thursday morning, with a cargo of coal for the Rathbun company. He left Sodus Point on August 25th, a week ago last Tuesday, but was obliged to seek shelter for four days on the south shore and three days at Presque Isle. When he encountered the gale from the east last Saturday he was driven seventy miles up the lake. [Gananoque Reporter]

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Sep 1903