IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The steamer Simla cleared for Deseronto.
The steamer Caspian passed down and up Sunday.
The schooner Kitchen went into the dry dock on Monday.
The sloop Ariadne is engaged carrying freight from Wolfe Island to the city.
The steamer Dundee passed down on Sunday, grain laden, on her way from Fort Willaim to Montreal.
The steamer Dundurn passed down Sunday, from Hamilton to Montreal, with passengers and freight.
The steamer Cardinal and consort arrived at Mooer's elevator from Cardinal, on Sunday, to load grain.
The steamer Sowards arrived from Fairhaven with coal for Crawford, and will clear tonight for Oswego.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: Steamer Glenmount from Fort William with 90,000 bushels of wheat, cleared for Fort William; tug Emerson from Montreal with three light barges, cleared for Montreal with three grain barges; tug Mary P. Hall from Montreal, three light barges, cleared for Montreal with three grain-laden barges; steamer Advance passed up, on her way from Montreal to Fort William.
p.6 Deseronto - June 18th - A severe electric storm passed over here on Saturday afternoon, but with not much damage. The spar on the steamer (sic) Burmah, unloading iron ore at the Deseronto iron works, had a piece taken out of it.
The steamer Aberdeen and consort, coal, in on Monday; Aberdeen took load of lumber for Oswego on Thursday; Porter and consort in on Friday with coal for Marlbank cement works; the Theo. Voges, light, in on Tuesday, cleared Wednesday with lumber for Oswego.
AN OLD MARINER DEAD.
Detroit, June 20th - J.H. Hogan, who spent most of his life on the lakes, and was well known in marine circles, is dead at Port Huron after a long illness, aged seventy years. Mr. Hogan was for thirteen years engineer on the steamer Huron and then for twenty-seven years engineer on the ferry Sarnia. Later he purchased the tug J.H. Martin, afterwards selling it and acquiring an interest in the ill-fated steamer Richmond, which went down off Dunkirk some years ago. Hogan was captain of the Richmond, and on this occasion gained much praise for his heroic work, in having saved many lives.
Daily Standard, June 20, 1910
The schr. Maggie L. discharged grain from Bay ports at Jas. Richardson & Sons, this morning.
Frank Tressel, second mate of the Julia B. Merrill has moved from the Island to the city.
The schr. W.B. Kitchen arrived light from Toronto, to go into the Kingston dry dock.
The str. Cardinal and barge arrived from Cardinal yesterday on her way to Oswego to load coal.
The schr. Dundee is loading stone at Howe Island for Cobourg.
The str. Sowards arrived from Fair Haven on Sunday with coal for R. Crawford & Co. and will clear tonight for Oswego.
M.T. Co. arrivals - The tug Emerson, from Oswego, light; the tug Mary from Montreal, with three light barges and the steamer Advance from Montreal for Fort William. Cleared - The str. Glenmount for Fort William, and consorts Hamilton and Winnipeg for Lake Erie ports.
Swift & Co. arrivals - Strs. City of Ottawa, City of Montreal, and Dundurn, west; strs. Caspian and Kingston down and up.
Str. Rideau King cleared for Ottawa, and schr. Keewatin cleared for Oswego for coal.
p.8 Capt. Tullick in Charge - Captain Corkey of the steamer Navajo is slightly indisposed. Capt. Billy Tullick has charge of the boat for a couple of trips.