The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1880

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Marine News.

The prop Europe from Chicago lightened 4200 bushels corn, and Acadia, Toledo, 3,500 bushels wheat. Both proceeded to Montreal.

A side-steamer, the Flower City, has commenced running between Charlotte and Prescott. She is smaller than the Magnet. She is engaged principally in the fruit-carrying trade.

The following vessels passed through the Welland Canal for Kingston: Singapore, Detroit, wheat; Oriental, Toledo, timber; Garibaldi, Toledo, corn; L.S. Hammond, Toledo, corn.

M.T. Co. Arrivals - prop St. Magnus, Port Dalhousie 28,000 bushels wheatl; sch. Guelph, Toledo, 17,500 bush. wheat; barge Milwaukee, Montreal 100 tons pig iron and 719 sacks salt; prop Argyle, Chicago, 16,738 bush corn; sch. Mary Taylor, Port Dalhousie, 8500 bush wheat.

Departures: tug Glide, Lalonde, 19,000 bush corn; 100 tons phosphate; Detroit, 20,000 bush wheat; Waterloo, 11,300 bush wheat; Corncrib, 20,000 bush wheat.

Yacht Race - Emma wins at Clayton.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1880