The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 7, 1857

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p.2 The hour for the departure of the Mayflower, for Cacona, it will be perceived per advertisement, is changed from six to five o'clock, on Saturday morning.

Those of our citizens who have time and means to spare, cannot devote them more agreeably than availing themselves of this only opportunity that will be afforded this season of leaving this port directly for the seaboard.

We understand the Mayflower will remain on the lower route until the close of the season. She will start from Putnam's wharf, foot of Princess Street.

-letter to editor complaining about City Council overspending taxes on such things as road company stock and the Wolfe Island canal - signed Growler.

White Fish - A very "good time" has prevailed among the Fishermen at Colborne Harbor, during the last week. We learn that in addition to the immense numbers of fish taken in Gill Nets there has been over 6,000 caught in a seine within two nights. We frequently see from 40 to 50 boxes of fresh fish shipped by the steamer to Rochester and other ports, besides what go by rail to Hamilton, Toronto, Whitby and Bowmanville. [Transcript]

p.3 Imports - 6; Exports - 5.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 7, 1857