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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 26, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The schr. Mary Jane hauled onto the Marine Railway yesterday afternoon. She will complete her repairs today, and will give place to the steamer Bay of Quinte.

J.H. Henderson's wharf - The Jessie Macdonald, from Wellington, arrived this morning with 5,300 bush wheat. The barge Hector, from Montreal, with 140 tons r.r. iron for Buffalo, arrived today. The barge Thrush will leave tonight for Montreal with 18,000 bush wheat.

Gurney and Glidden's wharf - The tug Francis arrived with a barge laden with 450,000 feet lumber, and the tug Elswood with one barge laden with 95,000 ft. lumber, and one with 50 cords hard wood, all yesterday. The sch. Wave Crest arrived from Oswego yesterday light, and departed on her return trip the same day with 157,000 ft. lumber. The tug Swan, with four barges, with shingle bolts and cordwood, for Cape Vincent, arrived and departed yesterday, and the same day the schr. Annie Minnes sailed for Oswego, with 152,000 ft lumber. The schr. Rideau Chief, from Brewer's Mills, with 60,000 ft. lumber and lath, arrived today. The schr. Centurion for Toronto with cordwood, the schr. Newcastle with 45,000 ft lumber for Oswego, the schr Flying Scud with 500,000 ft lumber and 1,000 bush grain for Oswego, and the schr Gazelle for the same port with 95,000 ft lumber sailed today. The schr Pearl is loading lumber for Oswego, and will sail before our next report.

The prop America on her trip up this morning took on freight at Swift's wharf. The steamer Osprey, the prop Colonist, and the steamer St. Helen, passed up today. The barge Powerful with 110 tons iron ore, from Port Henry, arrived this morning at Glassford & Jones' wharf.

The M.T. Company's Wharf - The schooner Active, from Port Rowan, with wheat arrived today. The prop Bruno, from the Bruce Mines, arrived this morning, and having lighted 342 casks of copper ore proceeded on her passage to Montreal. The barges Saginaw, and Intrepid, with 34,000 bushels of what and 342 casks of copper ore, will leave before our next report.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 26, 1869