The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Sep 1906

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The schooner Pilot was at Swift's today.

The steamer Picton passed up this morning.

The steamer Rideau Queen leaves for Ottawa tomorrow morning.

The schooner Clara is expected in at Swift's today, from Oswego with coal.

The yachts Nokomis and Sport, from Alexandria Bay, were in at Craig's yesterday.

M.T. company: The barge Alberta has been drawn out on the ways for repairs. The tug Emerson cleared for Montreal with four barges; the tug Jessie Hall from Montreal with two barges.

p.5 A Barge Sunk - This morning the M.T. company barge Cornwall with flaxseed, and en route from Kingston to Montreal, was struck in the Soulanges canal by the steamer Dundurn and sunk.

p.6 Gananoque, Sept. 14th - ....The schooner Theodore Voges with a cargo of coal for Taylor & Green arrived last evening. The schooner Collier, laden with hard coal for the Scranton Coal company, arrived yesterday. The steamyacht Mabel left this morning with a private party for a cruise down the river. The government supply boat Reserve arrived here last evening and left this morning with a floating gas works in charge.....

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Sep 1906