The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 25, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The schooner Nett Woodward is loading iron ore at J.H. Henderson's wharf. She will leave this evening. The Flying Scud arrived at the same wharf this morning from the Bay of Quinte, with wheat, which she discharged at J.H. Henderson's wharf, and commenced loading rye and lumber at Carruther's wharf, for Oswego. The steamer Huron passed down this morning. The schooner Mary, from Oswego, with a general cargo, arrived at Swift's wharf this morning, and the tug Mary, with a barge with a cargo of shingles from Merrickville, arrived at the same wharf this morning. The steamer City of Ottawa, from Ottawa, arrived and departed today. She brought a large number of passengers, many of them never having taken that route before, were loud in their praises of the romantic scenery of the stream of lakes through which the steamer passes.

The M.T. Company - The tug Glide left this morning with four barges containing 3,400 bbls of flour, 25,000 bush wheat, and 370 casks petroleum. The prop. Bruno left at 9 o'clock this morning with 300 tons of pig iron for Chicago, and the bark Mary Merritt sailed today light for Chicago. The Augustus Ford arrived this morning with 12,000 bush wheat.

Welland Canal - gates jammed in lock at Port Dalhousie, delay of 9 hours.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 25, 1869