The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Nov 1907

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The barge Dorchester is undergoing repairs in the M.T. Co.'s slip.

The tugs Thomson and Bronson arrived from Montreal with ten light barges, which will be laid up for the season.

The tug Emerson cleared for Montreal and will return with several light barges, which will be placed in winter quarters.

The steamer Keefe cleared from Richardsons' Tuesday night, for Chicago, and will return with another load of corn. The vessel will be laid up for the winter here.

Swift's: schooner Lizzie Metzner, from South Bay, with a cargo of canned goods for local merchants; steamer Bickerdike from Montreal with a cargo of sugar; steamer Aletha from bay points.

The last cargo of feldspar for this season has been shipped over to Charlotte. The last cargo was taken over by the schooner Ford River. Flint is now being taken out of the Bedford mines and shipped on the train.

When the steamer Belleville reached Toronto on Monday night to tie up for the winter, Steward Marcille entertained the crew, besides Captain Malone, the company's popular agent, and his staff, to a banquet. The members of the crew presented Captain Stephenson with a handsome suit case.

p.5 The steamer Plummer was at the government dry dock this afternoon, on her way to Montreal, with a general cargo from the west.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Nov 1907