The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Oct 1910

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p.1 Gananoque, Oct. 1st - ....Frank Seymour left for Belleville on Thursday, to join the crew of the schooner Britton, which has been laid up there for some weeks past.



While on his rounds, Peter Mitchell, night watchman on the steamer Keystorm, which is in the Kingston dry dock, fell down the hatchway of the vessel, about two o'clock Saturday morning. A hurried call was sent for Corbett's ambulance and Dr. Keyes, and the injured man was removed to the Hotel Dieu. An examination there showed, beyond the fact that he was severely shaken up, there were no serious injuries. He had a miraculous escape, for had he fallen on his head he would have been killed instantly. The boat is built of steel, and the drop is twenty feet.



The steamer Missisquoi was up from Gananoque today.

The steamer Alexandria passed up from Montreal last night.

The schooner Julia B. Merrill cleared for Garden Island to ship a foremast.

The steamers Nevada and Kenora passed down on their way to Montreal on Friday.

The schooner Major Ferry arrived at Crawford's with a cargo of coal from Oswego.

The steambarge Westport arrived from Rideau canal ports, laden with lumber, on her way to Cape Vincent.

The schooner Ford River cleared for Charlotte with feldspar and will load coal there for the M.T. company.

During September let passes were issued at the local canal office for 1,591,880 bushels of grain and forty tons of flour.

The steambarge John Randall met with a slight mishap to her boiler and is in port, having the necessary repairs made.

Swift's wharf: steamer Aletha down and up; steamer Rideau King from Portland this afternoon; steamer Gelnella (sic ) up last night; steamer Belleville up tonight; steamer John Rolph clears today for Erie.

M.T. Co.: The steamer Westmount and barge Ungava arrived from Fort William, transhipped 142,000 bushels of wheat and barley into barges, and cleared light for Fort William; tug Emerson cleared for Montreal with two grain barges; tug Hall from Montreal, two light barges, cleared for Montreal with three grain barges; tug Emerson will arrive from Montreal, tonight, with the oil barge No. 6.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Oct 1910