The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1850

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p.2 New Bay Daily Boat - The steamer Fashion, perhaps the fastest boat on these waters, has been chartered by Capt. Bonter, of Belleville, to make a Daily Trip to Belleville and the Trent, leaving Kingston every afternoon, and returning the following morning.

Arrival From Halifax - The Propeller Western Miller arrived at Toronto, from Halifax, on the 19th inst., with a cargo of sugar and fish. She is embarked in a trade comparatively new, but promising to become a very important one. Her voyage has been longer than expected, in consequence of an accident to her machinery, when in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Kingston Imports.

June 27th - Str. Earl Cathcart, Detroit, 1280 bbls. flour from Burlington, gen. cargo for Montreal.

Str. Bay State, Rochester, gen. cargo.

June 28th - Str. Ontario, Ogdensburgh, passengers and baggage.

ads for steamers City of Toronto, Capt. Dick; Northerner, Capt. R.F. Child. June 29th, 1850.


The fast sailing Steamer FASHION, Capt. Bonter, will leave McLennan's Wharf for Belleville and the River Trent, This Day, at half past three o'clock, P.M.

Kingston, June 29th, 1850.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1850