The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 8, 1869

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p.1 The Free Navigation of the St. Lawrence Canals - advantages for Americans. [N.Y. Tribune]

p.2 Shipping News- The schooner Bessy Berwick left Garden Island this morning for up lake. The steamer St. Helen and Champion passed down this morning. The propeller Colonist put back yesterday with some slight damage to her machinery, which she repaired, and proceeded on her trip up. The tug Glide arrived last night at the M.T. Company's wharf with four barges laden with pig iron. The sch. Gazelle, Capt. Dix, arrived this morning at the same wharf with 6,250 bush wheat. The propeller Acadia from the Bruce Mines to Montreal, lightened 340 barrels of copper ore this morning at the M.T. Company's wharf. The sch. Bay Queen left Gurney & Glidden's wharf this afternoon with cordwood for Toronto. The first shipment of lead from the Frontenac Lead Mine was forwarded yesterday by J. Carruthers & Co. per James H. Henderson & Co's barge Forth, consigned to James Robertson, Esq., Canada Lead Company, Montreal. The sch Hibernia with 6,500 bush peas from Port Darlington, arrived at J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf this morning. The sch Maple Leaf from Owen Sound, discharged part of her cargo of wheat at the above wharf this afternoon.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 8, 1869