British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Jun 1907
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Swift's: steamer Toronto down and up; steamer Aletha from bay ports and return; steamer Picton going west.
The schooner Ford River is at Richardson's, loading feldspar for Charlotte, and will probably clear tomorrow night.
M.T. company: The tug Thomson cleared for Montreal with three barges; the steamers Jessie Spalding and George Howe cleared for Cleveland.
The steamer Pierrepont will carry 475 tons of pressed hay to Kingston, from Wolfe Island, for William Peters. She made her first trip early this morning.
The steamer America carried 240 passengers on its moonlight trip among the Thousand Islands, last night. The outing was a most pleasant one.
p.3 Yacht Club Cruise - to Gananoque; handicaps given for yachts.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes