The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Nov 1906

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Crawford's: schooner Tradewind from Oswego with coal; schooner Metzner from Oswego with coal.

Richardsons': steamer Navajo from Montreal with general merchandise; schooner Acacia cleared for Sodus with feldspar.

Craig's: the steamer Alexandria up from Montreal this morning; steamer Waterlily down last night; propellor Cuba up today; propellor Persia up tonight.

M.T. Co.: steamer Fairmount and consorts Ungava and Hamilton arrived from Fort William with 200,000 bushels of wheat; steamer Westmount cleared today for Fort William; tug Emerson cleared for Montreal with grain and coal barges; tug Mary P. Hall from Montreal with four light barges.

Swift's: steamer Picton up today; steamer Belleville up today; steamer Aletha down and up today; steamer Rideau King arrived from Ottawa last night, and will go into winter quarters here after the most profitable season in the history of the Rideau Lakes Navigation Co.; schooner Clara from Sodus with coal; steamer Dundurn down last night; schooner Granger from Wolfe Island is unloading hay at the G.T.R. freight sheds.

p.8 A Steamer Ashore - Deseronto, Nov. 10th - The Reliance which left here last night loaded with lumber for Oswego is ashore at Cressy. The extent of the damage is not yet known.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Nov 1906