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Daily Standard, June 30, 1910
p.2 Lighting the Rideau - The Marine and Fisheries Department has completed the installation of lights on the Rideau between Manotick and Kingston. Formerly the old tripod lights were used but those got out of place and did not give satisfaction. The new lights are more numerous and are of modern construction. Floating platforms are anchored with chains and the light is placed on a standard on the platform.
The steamer Sowards cleared for Charlotte last night to load coal.
The steam barge John Randall cleared for Fair Haven to load coal last night.
The steam barge Kenirving cleared for Fair Haven to load coal.
The steamer Glengarry passed up today.
The steamers Rosedale and Bickerdike passed down with grain from Fort William to Montreal last night.
The schooner Julia B. Merrill cleared for Charlotte this afternoon.
The steamer Missisquoi arrived from Rockport and Gananoque with passengers and freight today.
The steamer Prince Rupert is expected at Deseronto tomorrow with iron ore.
Raft No. 6 will leave Garden Island for Quebec on Saturday.
M.T. Co. arrivals - Tug Mary P. Hall up light; tug Emerson from Oswego with one barge, coal laden. Cleared - Tug Emerson for Oswego with two barges, coal laden. The steamer Stormount is due tonight with 124,000 bushels of oats from Fort William. Steamer Westmount and consort Ungava, are expected tomorrow from Fort William with grain and the steamer Wasaga is expected tomorrow with wheat, oats, and barley from Fort William.