Daily News (Kingston, ON), 12 Aug 1885
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p.1 Floating Facts - The steambarge VanAllen lightened 75,000 feet of deals at the M.F. Company, and proceeded to Quebec.
-The schr. Julia arrived yesterday with 220 tons of coal for the gas house. Steven Tyo, jr. is mate of this vessel.
-The schrs. Belle Mitchell and Mead are expected at the M.T. Company this evening with corn from Chicago.
-The tug Sir John arrived from Ottawa last night with five American barges laden with lumber. They will be taken to Oswego by the tug Active.
-The steambarge Bruno and schooner Laura transhipped cargoes of deals at the M.T. Company this morning. They are consigned to Quebec.
p.4 Stop The Whistling - law says no more than ten seconds at a time; Capt. Daley of steambarge Nile involved.
Belleville Regatta -
The Harbor Shoals - Capt. Paul to commence tomorrow; stone to be taken to Toronto and Cobourg to be used by the gov't.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes