The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 16, 1855

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p.2 Lake Fisheries - The Saginaw Spirit of the Times speaking of the fisheries in that region says that they have proved unusually productive this spring. The shipments thus far have been 2,600 brls - 1,600 by schooner Cornelia. The Huron will take out 1,000 tomorrow. The gross shipment of our river fisheries will exceed 3,500 lbs. (sic)

Mirages - could see Toronto on south side of lake.

Welland Canal - Passed May 9th - Leander, Kingston to Port Stanley; J.E. Clark, Chicago to Montreal; Premier, Empress, Welland and California, Toledo to Montreal; Lafayette, Port Rowan to Kingston.

May 10th - Lowland Lass, Chatham to Kingston.

ad - For Picton, Belleville, Trenton and Intermediate Ports - The steamer Novelty will leave Shaw's wharf this day at 11 o'clock, for the above ports. Kingston, May 14th, 1855

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 16, 1855