The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 May 1906

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The steamer Alexandria passed down last night.

Crawford's: Schooner Clara Youell, Oswego, coal.

M.T. company: tug Emerson from Charlotte, light.

Sloop Granger cleared last night for Stella, with cedar post.

Richardsons' elevator: propellor Midland Queen, from Fort William, wheat.

The schooner Robert Macdonald, cleared light, this morning for the foot of Wolfe Island.

The sloop Fleetwing arrived from Amherst Island this morning to load a general cargo.

The S.S. Rosedale from Fort William arrived at the Frontenac Cereal company's elevator with grain.

The Grantham, lighterer for the Donnelly Wrecking company, is undergoing a general overhauling.

The steambarge Navajo is loading flour at the Frontenac Cereal company's elevator for river ports.

The government supply boat Reserve is at the Kingston marine railway, having some boiler repairs made.

The steamer Brockville is in Kingston, at Davis' dry dock, to be scraped, caulked, painted and receive other repairs. She will be away until the opening of Butternut Bay route, which will be June 12th.

The steamer Argyle left port last night on her initial trip of the season. She went to Picton for a cargo of canned goods, before proceeding to Toronto, to go on her regular run on the north shore of the lake.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 May 1906