The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Sep 1910


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p.1 Died - McDonald - In Kingston, on Sept. 23rd, 1910, Capt. J.A. McDonald, aged ? years.

Funeral from his late residence 159 Montreal Street, Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend. A requiem mass will be sung for the repose of his soul, Monday morning at 7:30 in St. Mary's Cathedral.

p.5

IN MARINE CIRCLES.

The steamer Missisquoi was up from Rockport and Gananoque on Saturday.

The barges Zapotec and E.D. up light from Montreal, to load at Cereals, Limited.

The government boat Loretta is in the harbor, having been engaged in some work in this district.

The steamer Alexandria was at Folger's wharf, Friday night, from Montreal, and discharged freight.

The steamer Dunellum, loading hay at Howe Island, cleared for the upper lakes, on Saturday afternoon.

The steambarge Waterlily was at Folger's wharf, from Montreal, on Friday night, and discharged considerable freight.

John C. Eaton's yacht, Florence, came down from Toronto, last night, with the yacht Tekla, to have her repainted at the Kingston dry dock.

Swift & Co.'s wharf:

The captain of the schooner Keewatin

People who travel on the river between Kingston and Clayton, perhaps, are not aware that there is a drop of nearly two feet in the river between Cedar Island and the little Yankee town over the river. The drop is at the rate of an inch a mile, and Clayton is twenty-two miles from Kingston. If one stands on top of a steamer going down the river he can see that the water at Kingston harbor is higher than it is miles down. When coming up, one notices that a steamer miles ahead appears higher than it would on the level.

p.8 Incidents - The steamer Arabian passed down on Saturday morning.

The steamer Dunellum (sic) arrived at the long pier, Portsmouth, on Saturday morning, from Howe island, where she loaded hay. The vessel took on more hay at Portsmouth, for her trip to the upper lakes.

A Busy Local Plant.

The Kingston Shipbuilding company have, for the last week, had a large staff of skilled workmen rushing the repairs to the damaged steamer Rosemount. The vessel will be released this evening, after thorough repairs, which were completed within record time. The management have reason to be proud of the facilities established for efficient and quick repairs. All the machinery is in working order now, excepting one or two more machines which they expect to instal during the next few weeks.


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Date of Publication:
24 Sep 1910
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KN.17829e
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Sep 1910