The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1879

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p.2 The Sweet Home's Case - In the U.S. Court at Syracuse the action brought by Barney, of Kingston, against Pappa et al, Oswego, for the recovery of the value of the schooner Sweet Home, a stay of proceedings till November 1st was granted. Mr. Benedict, who appeared for the tug owners, claims that the other side are beaten, and that Judge Wallace said the libellant cannot recover in this action.

p.3 Second Mishap - The propeller City of St. Catharines, which ran aground at Lachine a few weeks ago, returned on Friday morning to Montreal, after taking on board a cargo of railroad iron, discharged at the time of the accident. She started on the upward trip, and immediately after leaving the wharf again ran aground at the canal entrance, but she is believed to have sustained no damage.

R. & O. Navigation Co. - tri-weekly trips between Montreal and Hamilton for remainder of season.

Bound For Kingston - The steam barge Lisgar and barges, and schooners E.H. Rutherford, from Toledo; Mary from Port Stanley, and Emerald, from Chicago, all wheat laden, passed through the Welland Canal yesterday for Kingston.

Wind Wafts - The Monetary Times says: "The barque Garden Island, of Kingston, Ont. and barquentine Elgin, of Port Stanley, are loading with coal at Sydney, N.S., for Lake Ontario ports."

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1879