The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Nov 1908

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The dredge Sir Richard is at work near Garden Island.

The steamer Regina, grain-laden, passed on her way to Montreal today.

The steamer Ames, grain-laden, passed down on her way to Montreal last night.

Capt. Charles Chambers is making his annual fall trip on the schooner Kitchen.

The steamer Phelps and barge, of Oswego, have arrived at the government dry-dock to undergo repairs.

The steambarge Waterlily called at Folger's wharf with freight Thursday morning, on the way to Montreal.

The steamer Glenmount arrived today from Fort William with 96,000 bushels of wheat for the M.T. Co.'s elevator.

The schooner J.B. Kitchen has been in the harbor for two days waiting for a change of weather before putting out for Sodus.

The schooner Dominion arrived from Belleville and will be laid up in Anglin's Bay for the winter. Capt. Montgomery returned home with the vessel.

Swift's: steamer Aletha down and up today; steamer Waterlily touched for coal on her way to Montreal; schooner Cornelius will clear for Oswego as soon as the weather clears away a little.

The steamer Beaverton arrived at Richardsons' elevator last night from Fort William with 40,000 bushels of wheat, and 40,000 bushels of barley. The Beaverton made good time, notwithstanding the stormy weather.

p.5 News of the World - The tug Home Rule and the wrecking steamer Manistique released the steamer Buell from South East shoal Wednesday afternoon after lightering about 60,000 feet of lumber.



Cornwall, Nov. 19th - The work of repairing the gap in the Cornwall Canal bank above lock 18, which was carried away on June 23rd, wrecking the O. and N.Y. swing bridge, is about completed. At least the gap has been filled by a solid concrete wall, 260 feet long, 20 feet wide at the bottom, three feet wide at the top, and 39 feet from top to bottom. This wall is being reinforced on the outside by a bank of earth and stones, which will be between 30 and 40 feet wide at the top. The stone used to weigh down the coffer dam built around the break under the superintendency of Mr. J.L. Weller, of St. Catharines, immediately after the accident, will be deposited outside the concrete wall. Into this wall a concrete pier 23 feet in diameter and rising 24 feet above the canal, has been built, for the O. and N.Y. swing bridge, which will be in place in a couple of months.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Nov 1908