The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Apr 1910


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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

The schooner Major Ferry cleared for Oswego to load coal.

The steamer America is on the ways at Davis' dry dock for repairs.

The schooner Britton went into Davis' dry dock today to undergo repairs.

The steamer Seguin cleared for Toronto and will undergo repairs at the Polson iron works.

The schooner Cornelia, which has been unloading coal at Portsmouth, will clear tonight for Oswego.

The steamer City of Ottawa will come down from Toronto tomorrow and enter the government dry dock on Monday.

Capt. Steves has been appointed master of the new grain carrier Port Colborne, owned by the Forwarders, Limited, of Kingston.

The government steamer Scout will finish up the work of laying out gas buoys in this district today, and will return east on Sunday.

The first boat to enter Napanee harbor in a commercial capacity was the steambarge Navajo, which took in a load of coal for Charles Stevens.

p.5 Gananoque, April 9th - The schooner Britton, fitting out during the past week under the direction of Capt. W. Ferrington, of Belleville, shipped her crew on Wednesday and cleared light for Oswego, for a cargo of coal, being some two weeks ahead of her average leaving time.

The steamer Columbia, purchased from Capt. Gould, of Clayton, last fall by Capt. D.J. Kenney, has been given a thorough overhauling, and will be placed on the Gananoque ferry route this season, beginning her regular trip on May 1st.

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DESERONTO NAVIGATION.

Deseronto, April 8th - The steamer Varuna has started her trips for the season, calling here on Wednesday, and is taking the Brockville's route. The steamer Aletha will start on her trips for the season on Monday. The steamer Reindeer will soon be ready and will be under command of Capt. Frederick Bristo, with F. Pretell as engineer. The Salisbury will be under command of Capt. James Collier, Capt. John Hudgins, of Picton, and F. Ferne, of Kingston, as engineer.

The schooner Horace Taber left on Wednesday morning for Oswego. Several vessels have passed through the bay this week en route to the lake ports.

Daily Standard, April 9, 1910

p.1 From the Wires - The lightship Kewaunee will leave Cleveland Sunday for Southeast Shoal, Lake Erie.

p.5 City Happenings - The steamer Bickerdike, which has been laying at Swift's slip all winter, will clear on April 14th.

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DESERONTO NEWS.

Deseronto, April 9th - The Varuna has started her trips for the season, calling here on Wednesday, and is taking the Brockville route. The Aletha will start on her trips for the season on Monday. The steamer Reindeer will soon be ready and will be under command of Captain Fred Bristo, F. Pretell as engineer. The Salisbury will be under command of Captain James Hudgons, of Picton, F. Ferue, of Kingston, as engineer.....The schr. Horace Taber left Wednesday morning for Oswego. Several vessels have passed through the bay this week en route to the bay ports.....


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Date of Publication:
9 Apr 1910
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Apr 1910