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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 10, 1880

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Marine News.

The sch. Erie Stewart sailed for Fairport with 353 tons of iron ore.

Called at Swifts - stmrs Corinthian from Montreal, and Algerian from Hamilton.

The prop Acadia arrived this morning. On her Mr. P. Harty is making his inspection of the lighthouses, and delivering the annual supplies. P.H. says it is "hot work".

Passed Through the Welland Canal yesterday for Kingston: schrs. Oriental, Fairport, timber; Hartford, Milwaukee, wheat; W.R. Taylor, Morpeth, Collinsby, timber; Annie Craig, Toledo, do., timber.

The sch. Hyderabad left Milwaukee this morning for Kingston in tow of the prop. Argyle. She has a cargo of wheat. Mr. Power has returned from Milwaukee. the salvage question has not yet been settled.

Late Arrivals: schrs. Agnes Hope, Toronto, 15,763 bush corn; Marysburg, Toledo, 11,500; Pride of America, Toledo, 22,200 bush corn; Harvest Queen, Chicago, 20,199 bush wheat. The prop Prussia lightened 6000 bush wheat.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 10, 1880