The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1864


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p.2 American Steamers - The steamer Cataract, of the American Express Line, left for Charlotte this afternoon to lay up for the season. The change of time consequent on this withdrawal is that the Bay State and Ontario will make tri-weekly trips on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, calling here downwards at three o'clock in the afternoon, and upwards at six in the morning.

The Barque Wavertree - The Ocean Barque Wavertree is now in the harbor, on her homeward voyage, with a cargo of peas, cedar and oil cake, from the upper American lake ports. She is lightening a portion of her cargo at Glassford & Jones's. The Barque Etowah of the same line will arrive downwards in a few days.

The Schooner J.G. Wheeler - A further attempt was made on Saturday by the tug steamers Wellington and William to haul off the schooner J.C. Wheeler, which went ashore some days since at Salmon Point Bay, some sixty miles from here, and about ten miles above Long Point. The steamers worked from nine o'clock in the morning to six in the evening, when the line from the Wellington broke, and they returned to the city. The J.C. Wheeler was laden with lumber for Calvin & Breck from Port Dover, and her deck load has been washed overboard. She is lying on her side, with but two feet out of water, and it is feared that the high wind of last night has done her a material damage.

p.3 Imports - 15th - Str Passport, Hamilton, Pass and bge.

Str St. Helen, Montreal, Gen cargo.

Prop Avon, Hamilton.

Str Banshee, Toronto, Gen cargo.

Str Magnet, Montreal, pass and bge.

Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville, Gen cargo.

17th - Str Bytown, Ottawa, Gen cargo.

Prop Brockville, Chicago, 94 pcs furniture, J G McDonald.

Str Huron, Montreal, Gen cargo.

Str Champion, do, do.

Schr Ayr, Wallaceburg, 11,500 feet oak timber, Calvin & Breck.

Schr Monitor, Collinsby, 16 cords wood.

Tug Francis, with four barges in tow, and 255 cords wood.

Prop St. Lawrence, Toronto, 45 bbls old rye, 25 pkgs mdze, W R McRae.

Str Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo)

Schr Red Rover, Oswego, Thompson & Co, 144 tons coal.

Schr Harriet Ann, Oswego, F Prize, 97 bbls apples, 1 bag chesnuts.

Str Magnet, Montreal, McNee & Waddell, 2 cases, 1 bale British goods.

Schr Gipsey, Oswego, R D Davis, 263 bbls salt, 2 bxs grapes.

Str Brockville, Chicago, G Chaffey & Bros, 15,771 bus wheat, 23 bbls tallow, 2 steam boilers, 10 bbls flour, 2 bbls corn meal, 1/2 bbl fish.

Str Huron, 20 brls porter, 3 brls rye whisky, 20 bxs candles, W R McRae & Co.

Str St. Lawrence, 10 bxs tobacco, 1 case soap, 6 casks wine, 10 bxs pepper, 10 cases gin, 50 brls whisky, W R McRae & Co.

Clearances - 15th - Str Magnet, Hamilton, Pass and baggage.

Str Passport, Montreal, general cargo.

Str St. Helen, Trenton, do.

Sch Ellen M. Baxter, Fort Erie, 17,000 bars railroad iron, G J & Co.

Sch Pride of America, Port Dalhousie, 8 toise stone.

Sch Mary Elmore, Toronto, 100 cords wood.

Barque S.D. Woodruff, Wallaceburg.

Sch Franchemontagne (sic - Tranchemontagne ?), Toronto, 100 cords wood.

Sch James Coleman, Toronto, 120 cords wood.

Prop Avon, Montreal.

Str Banshee, do, general cargo.

Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville, do.

17th - Sch Ayr, Port Dalhousie.

Str Champion, Hamilton, General cargo.

Prop Huron, Toronto, do.

Str Bytown, Ottawa, do.


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Date of Original:
Oct. 17, 1864
Local identifier:
KN.24438
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), Oct. 17, 1864