The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The following vessels arrived at Garden Island. On Saturday evening the schooner Bay Queen from Lake Erie. On Sunday the schooners New Dominion of Port Rowan from Lake Erie, the Son and Heir, the Defiance and John Rae from Hamilton, the Samuel Amsden from Lake Erie, the Langmuir, the Hercules and the Rapid from Hamilton, the J.A. Macdonald, the Ellen Theresa and the Allie from Lake Erie. These vessels were all laden with staves. The Dauntless left Garden Island on Saturday for Hamilton, and the J.C. Woodruff will leave this evening. The propeller Bruno arrived last night at the M.T. Company's wharf from Southampton with 15,300 bus wheat and 48 barrels pearl ash. She discharged her cargo into two of the company's barges, which were despatched at eleven o'clock today for Montreal in charge of the tug Clyde, and the Bruno will be off again this evening to Milwaukie. The John Stevens from Port Hope, and the Octavia from Toronto, arrived yesterday at the M.T. Co's wharf with wheat, and were unloaded today. The steamer Corinthian passed up yesterday, having on board a number of English immigrants, a portion of whom were left off here. The propeller City of London from Montreal to Port Stanley touched at Swift's wharf this morning. The propeller Colonist, also from Montreal to Port Stanley, touched the United States wharf this morning. The steamer Huron passed down this morning with a full load from Hamilton to Montreal. The Georgian passed up on Saturday night for Port Stanley. The schooner Amaranth arrived this morning with wheat from Chicago. The propeller Bristol passed up yesterday, and the steamer Passport passed the same day with battery E. Royal Artillery on board.

The following vessels are reported through the Welland Canal today:

Up - Mary Taylor, Oswego, Meaford, light; propeller Empire, Oswego, Chicago, general cargo; schooner C.H. Walker, Ogdensburgh, Buffalo, iron ore; Golden Rule, Port Colborne, Buffalo, light. At the elevator bark Wessellon and schooners King Sisters and D. Norris.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 10, 1869