The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Nov 1906

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The steamer Alexandria cleared from Craig's for Montreal.

The barge Quebec, of the M.T. Co., will clear for Charlotte today.

The schooners Two Brothers and Echo arrived with barley from bay ports.

The schooners W.J. Suffel and Acacia have arrived at Crawford's with coal from Oswego.

Swift's: steamer Belleville up; steamer Picton down; steamer Aletha down; scow Laura D. arrived from Wolfe Island with hay.

Richardsons': steambarge Hickox cleared for Prescott with barley; schooner Pilot arrived from Wolfe Island with oats; the schooner Granger, from Wolfe Island, with hay, and the schooner Ariadne, from Amherst Island, with oats.

A new steamer is to be built by the Canada Shipbuilding company to replace the Garden City on the route between Toronto and Port Dalhousie. The boat will be 250 feet in length, or nearly double that of the Garden City, and will accommodate 1,200 passengers.

p.3 A Couple Married - Capt. Edward Sullivan, of Trenton, captain of the freighter Townsend, of the Hanna fleet, marries woman from Trenton at Cleveland.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Nov 1906