The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1867

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p.2 Boat Race - The match between the Dominion and the Blue Eyed Maid was concluded on Saturday evening, $25 a side having been placed in the hands of Mr. Falconer. The boats are to run tomorrow, the course after leaving the city being round Simcoe Island. Mr. Henry Cunningham has withdrawn the amount placed in Mr. Falconer's hands as a challenge to the Canadian Life.

Arrivals - 27 - Str. Gazelle, Gananoque, general cargo.

str. Spartan, Montreal, do.

schr. Arctic - Dealtown, 15,000 staves, Calvin & Breck.

Bark St. Lawrence, , 12,000 feet oak timber, do.

schr. Jessie, Port Stanley, cargo pipe staves and salt, do.

28th - str. Grecian, Hamilton, general cargo.

str. Passport, Montreal, do.

29th - schr. Tecumseh, Goderich, 13,360 bush wheat, Glassford & Jones.

barque Victor, Wallaceburg; 40,575 staves, do.

schr. Wave Crest, Toronto, 1000 bush wheat, Chaffey & Bros.

schr. Lafayette Cook, Chatham, 9,500 ft oak timber, do.

schr. St. Andrew, Saugeen, 10,040 do, do.

str. Magnet, Montreal, general cargo.

str. Bay of Quinte, Belleville, do.

str. Watertown, Cape Vincent, do.

Departures - 27th - schr. Richardson, Toronto, 100 cords wood, J. McCaul.

schr. Jessie, Oakville, light.

bark S.D. Woodruff, Hamilton, do.

bark Malta, Wallaceburgh, do.

bark D.M. Foster, Port Brunnell, do.

bark Clyde, Wallaceburgh, do.

schr. Arctic, Port Dalhousie, ballast.

str. Spartan, Montreal, gen. cargo.

barque St. Lawrence, Wallaceburgh, light.

schr. Mary O'Gorman, Toronto, 90 cords wood, P. Burns.

schr. Mariner, Toronto, 43 cords wood, G. Howie.

28th - Tug Francis, Cape Vincent, 4 barges in tow and 532,531 feet lumber, J. Sibbald.

str. Passport, Hamilton, gen cargo.

str. Grecian, Montreal, do.

The Algoma Ashore - Collingwood, July 27th - The steamer Algoma got on the rocks near Michipicoten, sixty miles above Sault Ste. Marie, on the 25th. A tug and another steamer went to her assistance on the same day. She is expected to arrive at Collingwood tonight. The captain of the Algoma was absent in Kincardine, owing to the death of his brother, Captain McLean, of the steamer Du Buque

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1867