The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Jul 1908

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Marine Notes.

The schooner Briton is on Davis' dry dock.

The schooner Jamieson is at Crawford's with coal from Charlotte.

The sloop Maggie L. is unloading grain, from Collins Bay, at Richardsons'.

The barge Burmah left the dry dock, on Thursday, for Garden Island.

The steamer Ames touched at the dry dock on Thursday night on her way west.

The schooner Mary Ann Lydon cleared for Charlotte to load coal for Crawford.

The schooner J.B. Kitchen arrived at the spile dock, with coal for Crawford.

The schooner Bertha Kalkins is unloading the remainder of her cargo at Crawford's.

The steamer Kenora picked up her pilot at the dry dock on her way east, Thursday evening.

The schooner Keewatin is at Swift's awaiting orders. The captain of the schooner is seriously ill at Belleville.

Swift's: steamer Caspian down and up today; steamer Aletha from bay points; steamer Rideau Queen for Ottawa.

The schooner Flora Carveth is on the drydock for repairs. The steamer Cardinal is waiting to tow her back to Cardinal.

M.T. Co.: steamer Iroquois unloaded 75,000 bushels of grain at the elevator, and cleared again for Fort William at eleven o'clock Thursday night.

The steamer H.M. Pellatt, of the Canadian freight line, was at the dry dock, Thursday evening, on her way from Fort William to Montreal, with grain.


Patrons of the searchlight excursions on the steamer St. Lawrence this season are pleased with the frequent variation in route which has been introduced by the new commander, Capt. C.H. Kendell.

Capt. Kendell was born at Clayton, N.Y., and is thoroughly familiar with the river and its many intricate channels. His father, A.S. Kendall, was a vesselman, having been captain of both river and lake craft. Though comparatively a young man, not much past forty, the new commander of the St. Lawrence is no stranger to summer visitors at the Thousand Islands. Last year he was first mate with Captain Estes and he has been in command of the Jessie Bain and of the Islander.

He is very unobtrusive and does not wear so much as a brass button to indicate his rank.

p.5 News of the World - The new steel freighter David B. Meacham, bound on her maiden trip from Ashtabula to Port Arthur, with 9,000 tons of coal, ran on the rocks at Passage Island on Wednesday night in a heavy fog.

p.8 Two Months in Jail - cook convicted for stealing on tug Emerson.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 31 Jul 1908