The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Sep 1907

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The tug Glide, of the M.T. company, cleared for Montreal with two grain-laden barges.

The schooner Charley Marshall has arrived from Charlotte with coal for the penitentiary.

The steamer John Randall cleared Saturday morning with a cargo of wheat for Washburn.

The scow Mary Louise, towed by a steamyacht, cleared for Rideau river ports, with merchandise.

Charles Chambers is sailing on the schooner J.B. Kitchen. He has been in the carting business nearly all summer.

James Lowry, of Port Milford, late mate of the schooner J.B. Kitchen, has joined the crew of the Lizzie Metzner.

Capt. Daryeau has sold the schooner Lizzie Metzner to Capt. William Lobb, and the latter has already made one trip with the vessel. Capt. Lobb belongs to Port Milford, and was captain of the schooner Highland Beauty, sunk at Cape Vincent, N.Y.

The steamer Topeka arrived at the Prescott elevator Wednesday with 43,000 bushels of corn for the Cardinal starch works. After 31,000 bushels had been elevated the elevator broke down and the steamer crossed the river, securing permission to discharge the balance of her cargo at the Ogdensburg elevator, which was done.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Sep 1907