The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Dec 1903


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p.1 Retarded By Storm - no boats arrived at Port Arthur, because of storm on Lake Superior.

p.2 A Sailor Drowned - Hugh Ralmey of Port Colborne, fell into water in Richardsons' elevator slip, from schooner Danforth.

Day's Episodes - The schooner Collier, which Capt. Pelletier intended placing in winter quarters at Picton, will be compelled to remain here. She is frozen in above Cataraqui bridge.

Capt. McMaster, of the lost schooner Emerald, resided in Kingston last winter with his wife, at the head of Johnson street. When living in Deseronto he attended the church of which Rev. R.J. Craig was then minister.

p.6 Erin and Danforth Cleared - The steamer Erin and her consort Danforth completed discharging their cargoes at Richardsons' elevator yesterday afternoon. Last night they cleared for upper lake ports, after a four days' stay here.

Longshoremen Quit - There was a bit of a strike this morning at the steambarge Nile, being loaded with lumber at the railway wharf. There were members of two different Longshoremen's Unions employed, and one side could not agree with the other, so they quit. Though there was a small strike by longshoremen on the steambarge King Ben yesterday, the vessel was unloaded today by others.


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Date of Publication:
4 Dec 1903
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KN.17287d
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English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Dec 1903