The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1865

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p.2 An Improvement - A thorough filling up of ruts on and leading to Anderson & Ford's wharf is now being done, but not until it was very much needed for the benefit of passengers arriving and departing by the steamers for Cape Vincent, Wolfe Island, etc. That part of the wharf which is not planked has absorbed all the broken stone and gravel which have been placed on it from year to year, but by dint of continually filling in the mud will be sometime overcome and the ground made firm.

Steamer Grecian - The steamer Grecian will not leave Toronto until tomorrow, owing to the unfavorable weather. This will prevent her from starting again on her upward trip on Friday, as she was advertised to do, instead of which she will leave here on Saturday at the usual hour in the morning.

Propeller St. Lawrence - The propeller St. Lawrence, of Jacques & Tracey's line, will leave this port tomorrow for the first time this season, proceeding light to Hamilton, where she will take on board a cargo for Oswego, after which she will make her first trip down the river. Other boats of this line are expected to leave this week.

p.3 Arrivals - 18,19; Exports - 18.

ad - str. Watertown, Capt. Hinckley, for Bath, Picton and Belleville. April 20th

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 20, 1865