The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 26, 1860

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p.2 Important To Shippers - harbor tariffs at Toronto changed - 12 1/2 cents per ton charged on merchandise brought in.

-We understand that with every prospect of an early spring, the prospects for trade are also very good. We learn that Messrs. Jaques & Tracy, who own those well-known steamers the Indian, the Huron, and the Colonist, intend to start them on the 1st of April next, to commence the season between Ogdensburgh, Hamilton, and Toronto. These boats were wintered at Kingston, and are now nearly ready for their summer campaign. In addition, at the proper season - about May 1st - Messrs. Jaques have arranged to run in connection with those three other well-known steamers, the Ranger, the Whitby, and the Oshawa, the property of Messrs. Jones, Black & Co.; to these is to be added the Bowmanville. The whole will form a commodious and powerful line, and will offer great facilities to the commercial and travelling public, they having already attained a first class reputation. [Transcript]

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 26, 1860