The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1869

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p.2 The Shipping News - The barque John Breden and schooners Clayton Belle and Mount Blanc left the Penitentiary wharf yesterday evening for Saginaw and Chicago. The schooner Brooklyn is taking in stone at the Penitentiary wharf for the same destination as the above vessels. The propellor Bruno having completed her repairs, left the shipyard and repaired to the wharf of the M.T. Company, whence she will leave this evening for Southampton to load with wheat. The schooner Richardson is loading rye at the wharf of the M.T. Company, from the store of the company, for Oswego, and will leave for that port this evening. The Watertown took over a drove of thirty head of cattle to Cape Vincent this afternoon.

Owen Sound - April 23d - Ice all gone but a narrow belt. The Waubuno and Champion intend leaving in the morning for Collingwood. The O'Konra will try and get through tonight to meet the Magnet and the Frances Smith in the morning.

Port Colborne - April 23d - The propeller City of Toledo, Cleveland, Akron and Prairie State, arrived at noon today. They report coming through over ten miles of ice since yesterday morning. The propellers City of Concord and Dominion, bound out, have got through the ice. No vessels can leave yet. A large fleet is here waiting for a good north wind. Mr. Woodruff, Canal Superintendent, says the break in the embankment at Dunville, by the recent flood, will not affect the Welland Canal.

ad - Kingston and Cape Vincent Ferry - Commencing Monday, 26th inst. - str. Watertown, C. Hinckley, master, with schedule.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 24, 1869