The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jul 1906

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Tug Frontenac loaded withes for Garden Island, today.

Steamer Rideau Queen made the trip to Washburn today.

Schooner Queen of the Lakes arrived from Oswego with coal for Swift's.

Swift's wharf: steamer Hamilton up last night; steamer Picton down today.

Steamer Niagara brought the camp supplies back from Cobourg to Kingston, and cleared for Picton.

Steamer Rosedale with grain from Fort William, arrived last night, and unloaded today at Mooers' elevator.

The lock at Washburn is expected to be fully repaired by Monday, when through navigation from Kingston to Ottawa will be resumed.

M.T. company's elevator: tug Mary P. Hall and three barges, light, from Montreal; steamer Sharples from Chicago, with 80,000 bushels of grain.

p.5 Adrift On Lake Ontario - Robert Graves, keeper of Galloup Island lighthouse, left Sackett's Harbor in motor boat; after breakdown spent all night drifting around in storm.

Likely A Joke - bottle with note found near Conway, signed by Capt. Beaupre of "Schooner "Allendale;" schooner Annandale went aground last October at Charity shoal; Capt. Beaupre now is in charge of steamer Tecumseh.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jul 1906