p.1 Latest News - The steamer Iowa, one of the largest boats of the Goodrich lines, was hurled against the west shore of Lake Michigan and beached four miles south of Racine, Wis., on Saturday morning.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The tug Bartlett cleared for Cape Vincent.
The schooner W.J. Suffel cleared for Oswego to load coal for Anglin's.
The schooner Bertha Kalkins is loading coal at Oswego for R. Crawford.
The schooner Mary Ann Lydon cleared for Oswego to load coal for R. Crawford.
The steamer Sowards arrived from Sodus with a cargo of coal for R. Crawford.
The schooner Cornelia cleared for Oswego today after unloading coal at Swift's.
The barge Harrison, of the M.T. Co., has been docked at Davis' dry dock.
The schooner Maize arrived at Garden Island, light, from Brighton, to take on a new spar.
The steamer Ames discharged her cargo at the M.T. Co.'s elevator and cleared for Fort William.
The steamers Glenmount and Kinmount are loading grain at Fort William for the M.T. Co. The steamer Rosemount is loading at Duluth.
The steamer City of Ottawa will leave the government dry dock tonight after being laid up there for two weeks. The dry dock repairs have been completed.
With the arrival of three steamers from Fort William, the M.T. Co. had about 250,000 bushels of grain placed in the elevator. The arrivals are the steamers Kenora, Beaverton and Edmonton.
A new whistle has been placed on the steamer Wolfe Islander. It was used for the first time on Friday and mariners say that it is a good improvement over the other. The new one has a very mile tone, whereas the other made rather a screeching noise.
The steamer Port Colborne loaded grain for the Kingston Forwarders' Co., limited, ran into the entrance of lock 10, of the Welland canal, on Thursday, and considerable damage was done to her stern and bow plates. Her cargo of 125,000 bushels of oats is being unloaded at the company's elevator. The repairs to the vessel will likely be made in Kingston.
SCHOONER ON SHOAL.
Gananoque, April 23rd - The coal schooner Horace Taber, Capt. Frank Barnhardt, en route from Oswego with a cargo of coal for W.A. Robertson, ran on a shoal, marked by what is known as the government buoy, near the foot of Hog Island, a little before noon yesterday. Considerable of her cargo had to be shifted aft before she swung off, this being effected about 6 p.m. She then had to lighten her stern, to permit her to enter Gananoque river, where there is only about eleven feet of water. The vessel suffered no serious damage.
Daily Standard, April 23, 1910
The schooner W.J. Suffel cleared for Oswego to load coal for Anglin & Co.
The steamer City of Ottawa left the Government dry dock this morning after undergoing two weeks' repairs.
The schooner Cornelia cleared for Oswego this morning to load coal for James Swift & Co.
M.T. Co.: The str. Kenora arrived yesterday at 5 a.m. from Fort William with a full cargo of grain; the str. Beaverton arrived this morning from Fort William with a full cargo of grain; the str. Edmonton arrived today at 6 a.m. from Fort William with a full cargo of grain. The str. A.E. Ames cleared this morning after discharging a full cargo; the steamers Kinmount Stormount and Glenmount are loading grain at Fort William; the str. Rosemount is loading grain at Collingwood for Kingston; the schr. Ford River unloaded a cargo of coal at the M.T. Co. and cleared for Oswego.
The tug Bartlett arrived this morning with the barge Harrison from Cape Vincent.
The schr. Mary Ann Lydon cleared to Oswego to load coal for R. Crawford.
The steam barge Sowards cleared this morning to load coal for R. Crawford.
The schr. Bertha Caulkins cleared to load coal at Oswego for R. Crawford.
The str. Port Colborne arrived at the Cereal Works this morning with 125,000 bushels of oats from Fort William. On her way down she struck Lock 10 at the Sault and did some damage to her hull.
RAN ON A SHOAL
A COAL LADEN SCHOONER AGROUND.
Gananoque, April 23rd - The schooner Horace Taber, with a cargo of coal, for W.H. Robertson, ran on the shoal near the Government buoy yesterday, and had to shift her cargo before she could be released. This done she was taken to the Taylor & Green's dock, where her cargo was again moved forward to allow her to enter the Gananoque river, as she drew too much water astern.