Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 5, 1862
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p.2 The Hamilton Spectator says:- This has been by far the busiest season in the shipment of timber at this port that has been witnessed for many years. It continues to arrive yet by rail, and vessels are busy loading every day. The most of the rafting is done, however.
p.3 Imports - 2.
The St. Catherines Journal of the 28th says, that the shipments of grain to Canadian ports are increasing at a wonderful rate. Of forty vessels that were locked through the Lock No. 2 on Friday fully two thirds were destined for Canadian ports.
Vessels Wanted - One dollar and seventy five cents per thousand feet freight will be paid by the subscriber on lumber from this port to the port of Oswego, N.Y., and at all times the highest Lake freights.
Toronto, August 4th, 1862 F.P.G. Taylor, Lumber Shipping Agent.
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- Rick Neilson
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