British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Dec 1907
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p.1 Soo Canal Records Broken - total freight tonnage was 58,000,000, about 7,000,000 greater than last year.
John Fisher has had his yacht Wildflower pulled out on the ways, at his home in Portsmouth for the winter.
There are no more coal vessels expected in this year for local dealers. Most of the schooners are tied up for the season.
A portion of the cargo of the steamer Howe has been unloaded at Richardsons'. The remainder will be taken off in a few days.
The steambarge Glengarry is unloading the balance of her coal cargo at Richardsons' elevator. She will not likely make another trip this year.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes