British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Nov 1904
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The steambarge King Ben arrived this morning at Richardsons' wharf from Montreal, with a cargo of merchandise.
The tug Cardinal and two corn-laden barges cleared from the M.T. company elevator for the Cardinal starch works.
p.3 Picton Pointers - Nov. 21st - The entire Hepburn fleet: steamers Alexandria, Niagara, Waterlily, Aberdeen, Lloyd S. Porter, Rob Roy and Isabel Reed are in the harbor.
p.4 The wooden propeller Pease, owned by Gilchrist & Co., of Cleveland, was burned at Collingwood.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes