British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Dec 1905
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p.1 News - The coal laden schooner Duval, of Harbor Beach, was run down and sunk in the St. Clair river by the steamer James B. Colgate.
The tugs Bronson and Glide arrived up with three light barges.
Craig's wharf: propeller Michigan cleared last night for Oswego.
Swift's wharf: steambarge Ringleader, light, from Cape Vincent.
The M.T. company are now all here to go into winter quarters. Navigation for them is over.
The cargo of the steamer Myles is being unloaded into the M.T. company's barge Winnipeg, on account of Richardsons' elevator being full. The Myles will likely get away tonight for Dalhousie.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes