British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Jul 1905
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Richardsons': schooner Queen of the Lakes from Charlotte.
Crawford's: schooners Tradewind from Sodus; Annandale for Oswego.
Craig's: steamers Alexandria up last night; Waterlily up last night; Lake Michigan down last night.
Swift's: steamers Toronto down; Caspian from Charlotte; Rideau King for Ottawa; Belleville up tonight.
M.T. company: tug Emerson with two coal barges from Fairhaven and Oswego; tug Glide with two light barges up; tug Glide with two barges for Montreal.
The yacht Calumet, belonging to C.G. Emery, of Clayton, N.Y., is in drydock to repair the damages done by the accident of Saturday. It is estimated that it will probably be a week before the boat will be in shape again to ply the waters of the St. Lawrence.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes