The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1864


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p.2 First Cargo For Montreal - Messrs. Glassford, Jones & Co's tug Ottawa left yesterday afternoon with a large tow of barges laden with grain for Montreal. The schooners Two Brothers and Ontario, belonging to the same firm, arrived yesterday, bringing between them 20,800 bushels of wheat. Several of the elevators were busy unloading cargoes of grain yesterday, which is fast being put aboard barges for transhipment.

The Barque Arabia - An error occured in yesterday's News in giving the name of the barque Arabia as the vessel which struck in coming out of Port Hope harbor, laden with wheat. It should have been the schooner Caroline Marsh, the Arabia having arrived direct from Port Dalhousie without touching at Port Hope.

The Bay of Quinte - The steamer Bay of Quinte will leave the wharf at the foot of Johnson street at ten o'clock this morning, on her first trip up "the Bay."

-The "ways" of the Marine Railway have been set to rights; the propeller George Moffatt has been run off, and the schooner Helen is being hauled up for repairs.

Clearances - 18th - Schr Ontario, Oswego.

Schr W.G. Grant, Cleveland - 400 tons iron ore.

Schr Two Brothers, Port Dalhousie.

Str George Moffatt, Gananoque.

Schr L.E. Calvin, Hamilton.

Schr M.S. Breck, Hamilton.

Brig Liverpool, Hamilton.

Sailboat Emerald, Milford - general cargo.

Barge Martha, Montreal - 9569 bus wheat.

Barge Champlain, Montreal - 19,971 bus wheat.

Barge Rover, Montreal - 12,704 bus wheat.

Barge Powerful, Montreal - 18,000 bus wheat, 37 cords bark.

Str Ottawa, Dickenson's Landing.

Prop Indian, Toronto.

Schr Jenny Lind, Bath.

Barque Cambria, Hamilton.

Schr Minerva Cook, Hamilton.

Schr Hibernia, Milford.

Prop Brantford, Toronto.

Imports - 16th - Sloop Cora, Oswego - Carruthers & Co., 100 bbls salt.

Scow Monitor, Clayton - J. McRae, 27 cords wood.

Sch Sarah Bond, Oswego - Curtis & Leonard, 351 bales hay, 114 bbls apples, 73 bbls, 7 sacks d apples; B. Haycock, 46 bbls apples, 4 bbls d apples, 1 bbl hickory nuts, 3 bbls hams, 500 sacks salt.

Sch Two Brothers, Toronto - 8,069 bus wheat.

Brig Forest Queen, Hamilton - 8,950 pipe staves, 16,000 W.I. staves.

Sch Ontario, Whitby - 12,000 bus wheat.

Brig Canada, Toronto - 13,000 pipe staves.

Brig Liverpool, Hamilton - 186 pcs oak timber.

Sch M.L. Breck, Hamilton - 12,000 ft oak timber.

Sch Laura E. Calvin, Hamilton - 193 pcs square oak timber.

Sch Lilly, Hamilton - 44,000 staves.

Sch Canadian, Toronto - 15,000 staves.

Sch Rapid, Hamilton - 41,930 staves.

Barque Cambria, Hamilton - 209 pcs oak timber.

Sch Minerva Cook, Hamilton - 99 pcs square oak timber.

Sch Iris, Hamilton - 24,500 staves.

Sch J.S. Clarke, Hamilton - 62,000 staves.

Sch Hibernia, Wellington - 5,200 bus peas.

Sch Jenny Lind, Wellington - 1,600 bus peas.

Sloop Challenge, Picton - 350 bbls ground plaster.

Brig Hercules, Hamilton - 8,000 pipe staves, 56,000 W.I. staves.

Sch West Wind, Hamilton - 8,000 pipe staves, 35,000 W.I. staves.

Scow Hannah, Millen's Bay - J. Irvine, 20 bus wheat, 2 horses, 1 hog, 9 bus potatoes, 2 cows, 1 lot h h goods, 1 waggon, 1 set harness.

Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

p.3 For Bath, Picton, and Belleville - the steamer Bay of Quinte, Capt. Carrell.


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Date of Original:
April 19, 1864
Local identifier:
KN.24309
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 19, 1864