The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Aug 1904

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The schooner Acacia is unloading coal at the malt house.

The steamer Archie is unloading wood from Deseronto at Rathbun's.

The steamer Nile cleared yesterday from Rathbun's wharf for Rideau ports.

Crawford's wharf: steamer John Milne, windbound, from Smith's Falls to Oswego.

The sloop Granger unloaded baled hay, from Wolfe Island, at the G.T. wharf this morning.

Richardson's wharf: tug Kate and three barges laden with corn and wheat will clear tomorrow for Montreal.

Swift's wharf: steamers Toronto down and up; Caspian down and up; Rideau King up to Ottawa; Spartan and Rideau Queen, up tonight.

Craig's wharf: steamers Niagara up and Waterlily up last night; Where Now up and down last night; Persia up tonight.

The schooner Collier was brought from Garden Island to Davis dry-dock for repairs on Friday afternoon, in charge of the steamer Chieftain. It was necessary to keep the pumps working during the trip.

p.4 To Be Measured - The yacht Neola, of Big Sodus, which captured first place in one of the thirty foot races in the L.Y.R.A. regatta at Kingston, will be pulled out on the marine railway of the Oswego Yacht Club to be measured by Michael Cummings, the official measurer of the Oswego Yacht Club, of which Harry Scott, the owner of the Neola, is a member. Upon the winning of the Kingston race Mr. Scott was unable to offer any measurements showing that the yacht was under the thirty-foot limit, but if Mr. Cummings finds that she is, the Neola will be awarded the prize money; otherwise it will go to the Theresa, Capt. James Parker, of this city. [Oswego Palladium]

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Aug 1904