The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Jul 1906


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July 31, 1906

p.2 Does Not Call Here - Kingston has practically lost the steamer Iroquois, so it is understood. It seems too few patronized the new boat on her tri-weekly trips down the river or her west-bound run. For the past few days she has continued in the American channel when leaving Oswego. It is understood, however, that if she has anybody from her western ports of call for Kingston, she will run into the harbor.

p.3 The Yacht Races - Chiriya beat the Gananoque boats; Monday's race.

MARINE NEWS.

The schooner Clara and W.J. Carter are unloading coal in Picton.

The schooner Clara Youell is at Booth's from Charlotte, with soft coal.

The schooner Mary Ann Lydon, at the waterworks with soft coal, from Sodus.

The steambarge Waterlily, Picton to Montreal, freight laden, passed down last night.

Crawford's: The schooners Cornelia and Lizzie Metzner from Oswego with hard coal.

The schooner Acacia arrived from Oswego last night, and is unloading coal for Swift's.

Richardsons': the steamer Navajo from Montreal to Toronto with general cargo.

The steamer Alexandria had on her down trip, last night, one hundred passengers for Quebec.

The steambarge Resolute was in the drydock, Monday, and replaced a wheel. She cleared for Toronto.

The tug Gordon and houseboat, with party, were at Craig's wharf, yesterday, and left for the Rideau trip.

The S.S. Ionia arrived Saturday from Erie with coal, for the government drydock and Frontenac Milling company.

The S.S. Ceylon was in the drydock Saturday, for repairs to her forefoot. She cleared, at night, for Quebec for pulpwood.

The steamer Varuna passed up, yesterday, to Trenton, with a full load of excursionists who had gone down on Saturday, for over Sunday at Thousand Island Park.

Sanford Calvin's gasoline launch went on strike, on Saturday afternoon, near Macdonald Park, and assistance had to be signalled for, to tow the launch to its anchorage.

M.T. company: the steamer Howe, from Duluth, with 80,000 bushels of flax; steamer Fairmount with consorts Melrose and Quebec from Fort William, the first named proceeding to Prescott; tug Thomson and two barges for Montreal; tug Emerson and three barges for Montreal; steamer Advance cleared Saturday night for Fort William; steamer Fairmount and consorts Melrose and Quebec cleared last night for Fort William; steamer Howe cleared today for Fort William.

p.5 Two Boats Aground - Sunday night the tug (sic) Augusta ran aground on Stevenson's bar, abreast of Nine Mile Light. The tug Frontenac went to her assistance and pulled her off. No damage was done except the unshipping of her rudder which was fixed yesterday at Garden Island by a diver.

During Sunday night the steamyacht Bigelow went ashore on Horseshoe Island, between Wolfe and Simcoe Islands, and was released by the tug Frontenac yesterday. No damage was done.

p.8 Yacht Club Notes - last Saturday's race cancelled for lack of wind; Chiriya, Tespi and Heather mentioned.


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Date of Publication:
30 Jul 1906
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Jul 1906