The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), 13 Aug 1885

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p.4 A Glorious Triumph - results of sculling races.

Floating Facts - Calvin & Son's twelfth raft left for Quebec today.

-The tug Bronson arrived with a tow of light barges from Montreal yesterday.

-The Rideau Belle had a heavy load leaving for Portland way ports this morning.

-The schr. American will bring 20,000 bushels of wheat from Chicago at 3 cents per bushel.

-The prop. Armenia, Montreal to Chicago; steamer Armenia, South Bay, called at Swift's.

-The steamer Algerian did not leave here on her way to Montreal from Toronto until eight o'clock this morning.

-The tug Active arrived from Oswego last night with three light barges and left again with six lumber laden barges for the same port.

-The schr. J.H. Mead arrived at the M.T. company this morning and discharged 29,000 bushels of corn. The schr. Belle Mitchell also arrived and discharged 25,000 bushels of corn. Both came from Chicago.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), 13 Aug 1885