The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 28, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - Swift & Co's wharf - The prop Colonist and the steamer Osprey passed up on Saturday night. The sloop Greyhound with a gen cargo from Oswego arrived this morning. The barge Faughaballagh with 64,000 feet of lumber and laths, arrived from Brewer's Mills this morning.

Glidden & Gurney's wharf - The steam barge Hemlock, with 16,000 tamarack r.r. ties for the Grand Trunk company and 16,000 feet lumber. The scow Elizabeth with 60 cords of wood, and the scow Hannah Kemp, with 45 cords wood, arrived this morning, all from the Rideau.

Chaffey Bros. - The steam barge Rose with 115,000 feet lumber from the Rideau canal, and the barges Shamrock and Thistle, from the Crosby mines each with 200 tons of ore, arrived this morning.

M.T. Company's wharf - The sch Pioneer, from Oshawa with 6,100 bush peas, arrived this morning, also the tug Glide, from Montreal with four barges light, and one containing 300 bbls fish. The sch. Azov, from Chicago with 12,000 bush wheat, arrived this afternoon.

Glassford & Jones' wharf - The schr. Princess Alexandra, light from Clayton, arrived on Sunday morning, and is loading iron ore for Cleveland. The sch Rising Star, from Chicago, arrived this afternoon with 17,250 bush wheat.

-The Corinthian, Captain Dunlop, of the Canadian Navigation line, made a splendid passage down from Hamilton, arriving in Montreal at 6 on Wednesday night, the quickest passage ever made by any boat in the line. [Montreal Herald]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 28, 1869