The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Oct 1906

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p.5 Did Not Show Up - the long talked of dividend did not materialize; want to know the cost of fitting out the company's new steamers first.

Marine Notes.

The yacht Shark has left for Toledo.

The schooner Idlewild and the Pilot have left for Howe Island to load hay.

The tug Bronson of the M.T. company has arrived from Montreal with four light barges.

Craig's: steamer Missisquoi from river points, up and down yesterday; steamer Waterlily up today.

The tug S. & Y. cleared this morning with the schooners Granger and Laura D. for Wolfe Island, to load hay for the G.T.R.

Swift's: steamer Picton up last night; steamer Hamilton down today; steamer Rideau King down tonight from Ottawa; steamer Dundurn from Hamilton yesterday.

The tug Emerson of the M.T. company arrived today, from Montreal, with three light barges, and cleared for Buffalo with two barges, one for Charlotte and the other for Fairhaven.

The Canadian government steamer Scout came up this morning from Prescott, on her monthly tour for recharging the buoys through the Thousand Islands. She called here for coal and has gone down the river again.

p.8 Portsmouth Council - ....The clerk was instructed to write to Hon. William Harty, M.P., asking him to request the minister of public works to make appropriation for repairing the long pier, some parts of which are fast going to decay.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Oct 1906