The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1868


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p.2 Marine - The new sloop Express, built at Wolfe Island, is shipping her first cargo at that place, composed of oats for Prescott. The schooner Fulton, repaired here, will leave this evening for Cobourg, to take in a cargo for Cleveland.

Quick Trip - The schooner Trade Wind, Capt. Stocker, arrived here yesterday morning, having left Toledo on the morning of the 24th, thus making the trip in the remarkably short time of four clear days.

-The schooner Andes, from Detroit to Buffalo, with a cargo of 16,000 bushels of grain, sunk in Lake Erie, about 20 miles off shore from Madison Dock, Ohio. The loss will be about $3,000 on cargo and $15,000 on the hull.

p.3 The Chicago schooner Traveller, of 600 tons burden, was wrecked about 2 miles south of Calumet on Thursday morning. The vessel was thrown on the beach dismasted, with not a soul on board of her. It is supposed that three passengers and the entire crew were drowned.

-The barques L.H. Cott and Wirralite have been loading with oil at Cleveland, direct for Liverpool. They will each put on board 2,000 barrels; the cargo of the former will be petroleum spirits, and of the latter petroleum oil. When these cargoes are completed, about 275,000 gallons of oil will have been shipped from Cleveland to Europe during the season.


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Date of Original:
Oct. 29, 1868
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KN.25478
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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. 29, 1868