The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Nov 1905

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p.1 The Tuscorora Injured - Sarnia, Nov. 6th - When the steamer Tuscorora, bound up, was abreast of the Grand Trunk dock at Point Edward, her steering gear became disabled, and she collided with the dock, doing considerable damage. The injury to the Tuscorora could not be learned, as she passed out into the lake.



Swift's wharf: steamers Hamilton down today; Belleville due up today.

Richardsons' elevator: schooners Echo and Pilot from bay ports with grain.

The schooner M.A. Lydon did not leave port Saturday, but will clear for Charlotte today.

Craig's wharf: steamers Alexandria down tonight; Niagara down Saturday; Aberdeen down Saturday night.

M.T. company wharf: tugs Thomson and Hall up with six light barges and cleared down with six grain and coal laden.

The Rutland Transit company will spend between $80,000 and $100,000 in improvements to their warehouses and docks at Ogdensburg this winter.

The steamer Rosedale had a bad time making Sault Ste. Marie from Port Arthur, owing to her cargo of grain shifting to a dangerous extent.

The steamer Rideau King made a trip to Smith's Falls today, and due to the large amount of freight, will make a trip, Wednesday, to Westport.

The S.S. Westmount, which left here on October 26th, is due at the M.T. company elevator tomorrow night with a cargo of wheat from Fort William.

The Turbinia, when on her way to the ocean to enter the West India trade, stuck when passing out of the lock near Cardinal, resulting in the breaking of several blades on one of her shafts. Repairs were to be made at Montreal.

p.6 Had Coal For Deseronto - The barge Manitou, bound from Conneaut to Deseronto, with coal, in tow of the steamer W.J. Carter, foundered off Bonnet light, Lake Ontario, on Friday night. J.W. Greenwood, owner of the Carter, has received word that the steamer succeeded the crew of the barge and had taken them to Deseronto.

Gift To J.A. Goodearle - at Folger's ticket office a presentation was made to assistant general manager of the Thousand Island and River St. Lawrence Steamboat company, who is about to get married.

Recognizes Smaller Yachts - Rochester, Nov. 6th - annual meeting of Lake Yacht Racing Association.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Nov 1905