The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1908

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The steambarge Navajo cleared for Oswego, to load coal for Collins Bay.

The steambarge Carlton loaded coal at Swift's Saturday on her way to Belleville.

The steamer Carlton, which ran aground near Belleville, cleared for Detroit to go on the dry dock.

The sloop Maggie L. loaded wheat at Richardsons' for Glenora, and the sloop Granger loaded wheat for Collins Bay.

The steamer Bothnia and the tugs Glide and Mary, of the M.T. Co., are due here tomorrow from Montreal to be laid up for the winter.

The steamer Tagona arrived from Montreal with 15,000 bushels of damaged grain for Richardsons' elevator, and cleared light for Owen Sound.

The arrivals and departures are now becoming very few, most of the vessels and schooners tying up for the season. The steamer Aletha, from bay points, was the only arrival at Swift's today.

The following movements of M.T. Co.'s vessels are reported: steamer Fairmount cleared from Depot Harbor, Saturday night, for Fort William; steamer Glenmount at Owen Sound discharging cargo, cleared today for Fort William; steamer Stormount is loading grain at Fort William for Georgian Bay; steamer Westmount passed up the Soo Saturday night, on her way to Fort William; the steamer Rosemount cleared from Midland, Sunday, to load grain at Fort William for Richardsons' elevator at Kingston; steamer Kinmount cleared from Midland, Monday morning, for Fort William to load grain for Prescott.

p.3 The steamer Business cleared for Erie to be laid up for the winter. The vessel ran aground just after clearing from Swift's wharf, and was released without damage by the tug Frontenac.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 30 Nov 1908