The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Apr 1904

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The steamer Westmount is in drydock at Collingwood.

The tug Thomson and several schooners are windbound at Oswego.

The steamer Aletha was the first steamboat of the season to reach Belleville.

The steamer Corsican will leave Toronto on her first trip of the season on Friday next.

The three-masted schooner Maize which has been laid up in Trenton all winter has gone to Oswego to load coal for Kingston.

The tug Dauntless and 2 barges left Portsmouth this morning for Fairhaven to load coal for Montreal for the Canada Atlantic railway company.

A Sailor's Clubhouse - James S. Potter, sailors' missionary, has purchased the stone building at the corner of King and Barrack streets from Mrs. T.M. Fenwick, and will turn it into a club for the sailors. The building is well suited for the purpose. It will be put into service for the sailors next week.

p.7 Deseronto Deeds - The steamer Deseronto of the Deseronto Navigation company cleared for Picton, on Saturday, in order to begin her regular trips from Picton on Monday.

Steamer Reliance took a load of lumber to Oswego on Saturday.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Apr 1904