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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 4, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The schooner Ocean Wave arrived at Messrs. Henderson & Co.'s wharf at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon from Toronto with wheat. She unloaded and left again the same night for the Bay of Quinte, to load wood for Toronto. The Caroline Marsh arrived at the same wharf yesterday afternoon from Toledo, with corn. The propeller Brantford after wooding at Gananoque, passed the port yesterday for Toronto, to load for Montreal. The schooner Maggie, with wheat for Montreal, arrived last night, and anchored in the stream awaiting the services of a tug. She will resume her voyage as soon as she has procured the desired aid. The steamer Rochester is undergoing some alterations at the United States wharf. They include an enlargement of her lower decks and complete repainting. Her owners will endeavour to get her ready for the Bay of Quinte route in about ten days. The work of dismantling the hull of the tug Advance is now rapidly going on at Toronto. Today a commencement will be made to hoist the boiler from the hold, preparatory to sending the hull and machinery by rail to Lake Simcoe.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 4, 1869