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  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Aug 1895
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    p.1 A Big Contract - Detroit, Mich., Aug. 6th - Detroit Dry Dock Co. to build three car ferries for Russia.

    p.4 The Editor At Home - The barge Glenora was so badly injured in the Cornwall canal that she will not be again put into service this year.

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    p.1 A Big Contract - Detroit, Mich., Aug. 6th - Detroit Dry Dock Co. to build three car ferries for Russia.

    p.4 The Editor At Home - The barge ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Dec 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Schr. Denmore (Dunmore ?) is now completed with the exception of being rigged out with sails. Her canvas will not be fitted till the spring. It is not yet decided who will have the captaincy of the new boat.

    Out of the ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Schr. Denmore (Dunmore ?) is now completed with the exception of being rigged out with sails. Her canvas will not be fitted till the spring. It is ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Sep 1894
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    Marine Paragraphs.

    Arrivals for the week - str. Rosedale, Duluth, grain; str. Omaha, Chicago, 49,000 bush. wheat; prop. Hall, Fort William, 28,000 bush. wheat; prop. Toltec and consort, Duluth, 150,000 bush. wheat; prop. Monteagle, Chicago, 48,000 ...

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    Marine Paragraphs.

    Arrivals for the week - str. Rosedale, Duluth, grain; str. Omaha, Chicago, 49,000 bush. wheat; prop. Hall, Fort William, 28,000 bush. wheat; prop. Toltec and consort, Duluth, ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Aug 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The Montreal transportation company is building a new barge to have a capacity of 55,000 bushels of grain.

    On Tuesday the prop. Ocean, which was sunk and raised, was launched from the ways at Deseronto. She was thoroughly ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The Montreal transportation company is building a new barge to have a capacity of 55,000 bushels of grain.

    On Tuesday the prop. Ocean, which was sunk and raised, ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Aug 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Ed. Fox, Cape Vincent, says his steam-yacht Rex is king of the river in point of speed. She can beat any steamyacht afloat in this district.

    The steamer Empire State will not call at Brockville on Sundays awaiting ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Ed. Fox, Cape Vincent, says his steam-yacht Rex is king of the river in point of speed. She can beat any steamyacht afloat in this district.

    The steamer ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Aug 1894
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    p.3 Napanee, July 27th - Ben Luffman launched his new vessel, the Storm King, yesterday afternoon. After many months hard work he has completed a nice little craft and will use it in the trading line between Napanee and other ports on the bay.

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    p.3 Napanee, July 27th - Ben Luffman launched his new vessel, the Storm King, yesterday afternoon. After many months hard work he has completed a nice little craft and ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Jul 1894
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    p.1 The Lowest Point Yet - Chicago, July 18th - 2 1/8 cents per bushel for wheat to Kingston

    WRECK IN THE TAY.

    The str. Rideau Belle met with a serious accident in the Tay canal at night. She was just going in the first lock on her way to ...

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    p.1 The Lowest Point Yet - Chicago, July 18th - 2 1/8 cents per bushel for wheat to Kingston

    WRECK IN THE TAY.

    The str. Rideau Belle met with a ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jul 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Arrivals for the week: prop. Glengarry and barges Minnedosa and Kildonan, Duluth, 125,000 bushels wheat; schr. B.W. Folger, Charlotte, coal; schr. Ella Murton, Oswego, coal; schr. Dunn, Toledo, timber; prop. Lake Michigan, ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Arrivals for the week: prop. Glengarry and barges Minnedosa and Kildonan, Duluth, 125,000 bushels wheat; schr. B.W. Folger, Charlotte, coal; schr. Ella Murton, Oswego, coal; schr. Dunn, ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Jun 1894
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    WRECK OF THE OCEAN.

    The Collision Occurred On Thursday Morning.

    Rockport, June 7th - The tug Seymour with a tow of four barges met the prop. Ocean at Sister light, bound up, at two o'clock. The tug blew two whistles which were ...

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    WRECK OF THE OCEAN.

    The Collision Occurred On Thursday Morning.

    Rockport, June 7th - The tug Seymour with a tow of four barges met the prop. Ocean at ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 May 1894
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    p.4 Editor At Home - The schr. Glad Tidings has been taken off Baker's Point, Bay of Quinte, and repaired at Grindstone Island. Repairs will cost $300, and loss of cargo is about $150.

    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    Arrivals at Garden Island for the week: str. ...

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    p.4 Editor At Home - The schr. Glad Tidings has been taken off Baker's Point, Bay of Quinte, and repaired at Grindstone Island. Repairs will cost $300, and loss ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 May 1894
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    p.4 Black River Bridge, May 15th - ....The schr. Two Brothers, Capt. McCrimmon in command, loaded grain at McDonald's dock on Thursday....

    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    W. Malone, Garden Island, is again purser of the str. Ocean.

    The str. Marquis of Lorne ...

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    p.4 Black River Bridge, May 15th - ....The schr. Two Brothers, Capt. McCrimmon in command, loaded grain at McDonald's dock on Thursday....

    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    W. Malone, Garden Island, is again ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 May 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    There's plenty of work ahead for the Garden Island fleet.

    An additional appropriation of $10,000 has been made for the improvement of Oswego harbor.

    There are now 2,400,000 bushels of wheat in Fort William and Port ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    There's plenty of work ahead for the Garden Island fleet.

    An additional appropriation of $10,000 has been made for the improvement of Oswego harbor.

    There are now 2,400,000 bushels ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 3 May 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The shovellers of the K. & M. F. Co. at Portsmouth made $30 apiece last week.

    Fifty boats are tied up along the Buffalo docks for want of coal, due to the strike.

    Col. Reynolds, of Toledo, will send 3,000,000 ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The shovellers of the K. & M. F. Co. at Portsmouth made $30 apiece last week.

    Fifty boats are tied up along the Buffalo docks for want of ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Apr 1894
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    p.4 The Editor at Home - The first raft from Garden Island this season left for Quebec on Monday last.

    The new schooner Selkirk was launched in Kingston on Thursday last. She is 180 feet long and 36 feet deep, three-masted, steel strapped and intended for the route between ...

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    p.4 The Editor at Home - The first raft from Garden Island this season left for Quebec on Monday last.

    The new schooner Selkirk was launched in Kingston on Thursday ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Apr 1894
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    p.5 Bedford Mills, April 10th - .... Tett Bros. have a gang of men at work repairing their boats. A new wheelhouse will be put on the tug Edmond.

    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The str. Hero left on Saturday on her first trip up the bay this season.

    Capt. ...

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    p.5 Bedford Mills, April 10th - .... Tett Bros. have a gang of men at work repairing their boats. A new wheelhouse will be put on the tug Edmond.

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 5 Apr 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The schr. Queen of the Lakes will be repainted.

    Capt. C. Beaupre will be master of the schr. Neelon this season.

    Presque Isle bay is clear of ice. Murray canal opened for traffic on Sunday.

    J.E. Rathbun, ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The schr. Queen of the Lakes will be repainted.

    Capt. C. Beaupre will be master of the schr. Neelon this season.

    Presque Isle bay is clear of ice. Murray ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Mar 1894
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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The Welland canal will be open for traffic on April 16th.

    Capt. Patenaude will have charge of the str. Arabian this year.

    The str. Bon Voyage will commence her trips between this city and Rochester, June ...

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    MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

    The Welland canal will be open for traffic on April 16th.

    Capt. Patenaude will have charge of the str. Arabian this year.

    The str. Bon Voyage will commence her ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Mar 1894
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    p.2 Marine Changes - There are numerous changes this season among the captains of the fleet of freight and passenger boats owned in this port. Captain John Clifford, who had charge of the Lake Michigan last year, will sail the Acadia next summer. He will be succeeded on the ...

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    p.2 Marine Changes - There are numerous changes this season among the captains of the fleet of freight and passenger boats owned in this port. Captain John Clifford, who ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Jan 1894
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    Steamboat Laws.

    [Ottawa Free Press]

    Capt. Donnelly, of Kingston, who is in the city attending the sessions of the board of steamboat boiler inspectors, was in high glee last night, over a victory won at Osgoode Hall on Monday ...

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    Steamboat Laws.

    [Ottawa Free Press]

    Capt. Donnelly, of Kingston, who is in the city attending the sessions of the board of steamboat boiler inspectors, was in high glee last ...

  • Weekly British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Jan 1894
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