The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Jun 1909

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p.5 Late Marine Notes - steamer Ames, grain-laden, passed on her way to Montreal; schooner Bertha Kalkins, with coal, at Booth's from Oswego; schooner Keewatin, coal laden from Oswego, at Swift's; schooner Mary Ann Lydon, with coal from Oswego at Anglin's.

The steamer Harvey Brown and consort, up-bound, are aground near South East shoal lighthouse, off Pelee Island.



The steamer Dundurn passed down Sunday.

The government tug Trudeau arrived from Toronto.

Steamer Jeska cleared with coal for Rideau canal ports.

The steamer Parthia is loading withs near Folger's wharf.

The schooner Maize cleared from the penitentiary for Charlotte.

The steamer Aberdeen arrived from Erie with a cargo of coal for Swift's.

The steamer Arabian called at the dry dock, Sunday, on her way to Montreal.

The steambarge Kenirving cleared Sunday night with coal for Smith's Falls, from Oswego.

The steamer Dundurn, grain-laden, passed on her way from Fort William to Montreal, on Sunday.

The steambarge John Randall arrived from Smith's Falls and cleared for Oswego to load coal.

The steamer Stormount, grain-laden from Fort William for Montreal, was reported at Port Colborne, 7 a.m., Sunday.

The steamer Sowards made another quick trip. Clearing from here, Saturday night, at 6:30, she made Oswego, loaded, and arrived back in Kingston at five o'clock Sunday evening.

The steamers Simla and Nevada are on their way from Fort William, grain-laden, for Richardsons' elevator. The Simla is expected to arrive on Thursday and the Nevada either on Thursday or Friday.

The steamer Haddington, which ran aground near Morrisburg, was towed to the Kingston dry dock by the tug Bartlett, arriving Sunday. The extent of the damage, beyond a broken rudder, is not yet known.

M.T. Co.: tug Bartlett up, with steamer Haddington and two light barges, cleared for Cape Vincent, arriving back with one light barge, then cleared for Oswego with coal barges; tug Bronson up light; tug Mary P. Hall, one light barge and one grain barge; schooner Katie Eccles, from Pickering, with 7,000 bushels of barley.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Jun 1909