The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The barque Jessie Drummond, from Milwaukee, 19,000 bushels of wheat. Barge Robin, 43 tons r.r. iron for Toronto, arrived at J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf yesterday. The barges Star and Swan left the same wharf yesterday afternoon for Montreal, wiht 29,922 bushels of wheat. The steamer St. Helen passed down last night, and the Spartan this morning. The steamer City of Ottawa left Swift's wharf this morning for Ottawa. The schooner W.T. Emery arrived here this morning, with a cargo of grindstones to Swift & Co. The schooner Pandora, with 10,000 bushels wheat, and schooner Barian, with 13,000 bushels do., from Milwaukee; schooner William Young, 19,713 bushels wheat; schooner Frank D. Barker, 20,112 bushels do.; Gallaton, 20,100 bushels do.; schooner Skylark, 19,300 bushels do., arrived at Glassford, Jones & Co.'s wharf yesterday and today from Chicago. The barges Dixie and Stadaconda reached here yesterday with a consignment of 320 tons of iron ore for Toronto. The barges Powerful and Waterloo were despatched from Glassford, Jones & Co's wharf today for Montreal with 28,300 bushels wheat.

County Court - The jury in the case of Ledford vs Davis did not agree until seven o'clock last evening, when they brought in a verdict for the plaintiff, and damages assessed at $50.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1869