The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Oct 1910


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p.1 Latest News - Capt. Roley, superintendent of pilots, Montreal, is seeking to collect pilotage dues from the American steamer Hinckley, of Oswego, which did not employ a Canadian pilot, and disclaims responsibility for dues. The superintendent claims, however, that an American vessel is as liable for dues in Canadian waters as a Canadian vessel, and he has taken an action to recover the amount claimed. The case will be in the nature of a test one.

p.5

ROUGH ON THE LAKE

Coal Schooners Have Been Delayed On Trips.

Marine men say that the weather is still very rough, out on the lake, and that it has been causing the vessels a great deal of delay.

As a result, the coal vessels running out of Kingston have been unable to make their usual good times.

"The weather may look good here in Kingston," remarked a captain this morning, "but when you get out on the lake, it is altogether different." He stated that one schooner made a half dozen attempts to get out of Oswego, one day, but was compelled to to back for shelter.

The weather on the upper lakes has also been very rough, the big grain carriers having been delayed on their trips.

Swift's wharf: steambarge John Rolph from Lake Erie with coal; steamer Rideau King cleared this morning for Westport; steamer Aletha down and up today.

The steambarge Kenirving, recently sold to parties at Hull, Quebec, is now in Ottawa, engaged as a sand scow.

The steamer Alexandria was at Folger's wharf, Monday night, on her way to Montreal. She had a very heavy load of freight.

The steambarge Jeska arrived from Charlotte with coal for the malt house.

The schooner Ford River, loaded with feldspar, will clear tonight for Charlotte.

The steambarge Sowards will clear tonight for Oswego.

M.T. Co.'s elevator: tug Emerson from Montreal with oil barge No. 86, tug Emerson cleared for Montreal with four grain barges; steamer Turret Chief transhipped into barges 68,000 bushels of wheat, and cleared for Cleveland to load coal for Fort William; steamer Westmount and barge Ungava transhipped into barges 143,000 bushels of wheat, and cleared light for Fort William; steamer Edmonton is expected during the day from Fort William with wheat.

The steambarge John Randall arrived at Richardson's elevator, and will, tomorrow, load wheat for Washburn.

The barge Locke arrived from Erie, Pa., with coal for Davis tannery.

The steamer Pickands cleared for Erie, Pa.


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Date of Publication:
18 Oct 1910
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KN.17833a
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English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Oct 1910