The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Sep 1906

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p.1 Turret Crown Fined - Superior, Wisconsin, Sept. 22nd - The British steamer Turret Crown was fined $1,000 for infraction of the marine regulations. The Turret Crown arrived light from a foreign port, and before being inspected, began loading a cargo of grain, which is contrary to the law. Capt. Cavanagh put up a bond for the amount and entered a plea of not guilty, claiming that while he was after clearance papers the elevator company began loading without his knowledge.



The steamer Kingston passed down this morning.

The steamer Belleville passed up this afternoon.

The steamer J.S. Keefe cleared today for Duluth.

The steamer Aletha was down this morning from bay ports.

The steamer Dundurn was down yesterday on her regular trip.

The steamer Stranger cleared this morning for Smith's Falls.

The steamer Hamilton touched at Swift's on her way east today.

A Montreal Transportation barge has been placed in Davis' dry dock for repairs.

The steamer Victoria left Davis' dry dock yesterday, after having undergone considerable repairs.

The schooners Laura D. and McDonald are unloading hay from Wolfe Island at the G.T.R. wharf.

Upon the arrival of the steamer Alexandria last night at Craig's wharf, she narrowly escaped having a collision with the steamer Stranger, which was lying in the position that the Alexandria generally occupied. It is said that for a short time the temperature was raised several degrees owing to the warmth of the language used.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Sep 1906