The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1862

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p.2 Mr. Kinghorn is agent for the propeller line plying between Cape Vincent, Oswego, Cleveland and Chicago, by which parties can obtain commodious means of travel at low rates. The western railroad lines leading from Chicago and other points have as agent at Cape Vincent Mr. H.J. Crevolin, Agent of the Northern Transportation Company. Travellers to the far west and especially those who may desire to take the Saskatchewan route to the new gold fields will find these steamboat and railroad lines worthy of attention.

Tugs on the Welland Canal - We learn from good authority that it is contemplated to establish suitable tugs on the line of the Welland Canal, to be used in towing vessels through in the room of horses. The subject is at present undergoing investigation by the proper department. [Detroit Tribune]

p.3 Imports - 29.

ad - Royal Mail Through Line - For Toronto and Hamilton - str. Champion, J.R. Kelley, Commander, leaving for Toronto and Hamilton, calling at Cobourg, Port Hope, and Bowmanville (weather permitting).

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1862