British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Sep 1904
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The schooner Voges cleared from Booth's wharf for Charlotte.
The tug Col. By and scow loaded coal at Swift's this morning for Westport.
Craig's wharf: steamers Cuba up this morning; Alexandria and Waterlily up tonight.
Swifts' wharf: steamers Toronto down and up today; Corsican up last night; Hamilton down this afternoon.
The steamer Ramona came up from the Thousand Islands last evening to receive repairs to her rudder, which were made in Davis' dry dock.
A Deck Hand Injured - hauling a barrel of oil down gang plank on truck when it rolled on him, on steamer Corsican.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes