The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Jun 1910

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p.1 Hurry On Scheme - June 28th - Port Arthur has sent a deputation to this city to hurry along the government toward the completion of the breakwater there in order that the new shipbuilding company may begin operations on its new yard.

p.3 Gananoque, June 28th - The coal schooner Britton arrived from Oswego with a cargo for the Gananoque electric light company, and ran aground in the Gananoque river, just to the rear of Skinner's Boiler House, while pulling up to their wharf. It took upwards of half a day to release her.



The Missisquoi was up from Gananoque on Tuesday.

The schooner Cornelia arrived from Oswego with coal for Folger's wharf.

The steamer Port Colborne passed down and the steamer Plummer up.

The steamer Doric cleared for Belleville to load cement for Fort William.

The steamer Regina passed down with grain for Montreal from Fort William.

The steamer Dunelm, grain laden from Fort William, is expected at Richardsons'.

The steamer India and barge Ceylon are at Garden Island with timber from the Spanish river.

The barge Augustus will be taken to Garden Island for the purpose of securing a new spar.

The schooner Major Ferry is unloading part of her cargo of coal at St. Mary's-on-the-Lake.

The steamer Port Colborne is unloading grain from Fort William at Mooer's elevator.

The tug Frontenac is loading withs at the Kingston & Pembroke railway wharf for Garden Island.

Swift's: steamer Toronto down and up; steamer North King down and up; schooner Keewatin from Oswego with coal; steamer Rideau Queen for Ottawa.

M.T. Co.'s elevator: tug Emerson arrived up light; tug Bartlett cleared light for Cape Vincent, for barges Hilda and Nadine, for Murray Bay, to load pulpwood; steamer Rosemount light from Montreal, cleared with the barge Augustus for Lake Erie, to load coal for Montreal; tug Bronson from Montreal, with three light barges.

Daily Standard, June 28, 1910

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The steamer Port Colborne arrived at the Cereal Works with grain from Fort William.

The str. Regina passed down from Fort William to Montreal with grain.

The steamer Plummer passed up this morning from Montreal to Fort William.

The schr. Bertie Caulkins cleared for Charlotte, with feldspar from J. Richardson & Sons.

The schr. Cornelia cleared for Oswego light to load coal.

The str. Alexandria called last night at Folger's on her way from Charlotte to Montreal. After the 1st of July she will run all the way to Quebec.

The str. Dunelm arrived at Richardsons with 53,000 bushels of wheat and 83,000 bushels of oats from Fort William.

The str. Missisquoi arrived at R. Crawford's this morning with passengers and freight from Rockport and Gananoque.

M.T. Co. arrivals - The str. Rosemount from Montreal, light; tug Bronson from Montreal with three light barges. Cleared - the str. Rosemount, with the barge Augustus for Lake Erie to load coal, and tug Bartlett for Cape Vincent to bring over the barges Nadine and Hilda.

Calvin & Co. - The steamer India and consort Ceylon will clear this evening for Spanish River to load timber for Garden Island.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Jun 1910