The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Oct 1913

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The steamers Ames and Natironco passed down on Sunday and the steamer McKinstrey passed up.

The schooner Julia B. Merrill, coal laden from Oswego, is discharging at the Grove Inn.

The schooner Ford River arrived from Charlotte with coal for the Montreal Transportation company.

The tug Shanley and scow cleared for Brockville, with a cargo of lumber.

The steamer Midland Queen passed down on Sunday.

The steamer Sowards is at Bath, unloading coal from Oswego.

The sloop Granger is at the long pier at Portsmouth, unloading a cargo of wood from Deseronto, for Robert Crawford.

The steamer Dundurn passed up on Monday morning.

The steamer Majestic went east on Sunday morning.

The steamer Belleville was west bound on Sunday morning.

The steamer America continues on the Bay of Quinte route.

The steamer Pierrepont has taken the place of the steamer Wolfe Islander on the ferry run, while the latter is in Davis' dry dock for repairs. The Pierrepont is landing at Swift's.

The steamer Prince Rupert, which was in the collision with the steamer Rees at the Sault, last week, arrived at Port Arthur on Sunday, and commenced unloading rails on Monday morning.

The steamer Rolph is out of the Kingston dry dock, after repairs. The barge Augustus, of the Montreal Transportation company, has been docked.

M.T. Co.'s elevator: steamer Advance, light, from Montreal, on her way to Port Colborne; tug Emerson from Charlotte, with the barge Quebec, coal-laden, cleared with Quebec and barge Burmah for Montreal; steamer Hamiltonian, from Fort William, discharging full cargo of wheat; steamer Fordonian, from Fort William, discharging wheat.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Oct 1913