The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The schooner Flying Scud left here last night to load grain at Amherst Island for Brockville. The barque D.M. Foster from Brockville passed here last night en route to Toronto. The steamer Passport took in stores today at the government dockyard for Montreal. A private telegram from Port Colborne of this morning's date reports that a part of the fleet there left yesterday afternoon, but the ice was coming back this morning. A telegram of today's date from Cornwall says the Cornwall canal will be opened for navigation on Wednesday next positively. The barque Superior and schooners Amaranth, E. Kanter, Etna, Atmosphere, Northumberland and Jennie Mullen have cleared from Chicago for Kingston, and the Wave Crest and Caroline Marsh have cleared from Toledo also for this port. The N.S.T. Company's City of London arrived this morning from Inverhuron, Lake Huron, wheat laden. She lightens 4,000 bushels into the M.T. Company's barges, and proceeds with the balance to Montreal. She is the first vessel of the season from Lake Huron. The propeller Magnet, from Hamilton and Toronto bound to Montreal, touched here this afternoon. The schooner Homeward Bound, Ariadne, O.S. Storrs, and Peerless cleared from Garden Island yesterday afternoon for up lake, and the schooner Mayflower arrived today at the same port from Hamilton.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 30, 1869