The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 12, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf - The schrs Titan, with 18,000, and Sweepstakes, with 12,000 bush wheat, and the bark Arabia, with 18,800 bush, arrived yesterday morning, all from Milwaukee. The tug William, with barges Susan and Tweed, with 30,000 bush wheat and a quantity of tanbark, will leave tonight.

Swift & Co's wharf - The schr Gazelle, light, arrived last night from Oswego, and has commenced loading lumber for that port. The steam barge Hemlock, from Brewer's Mills with lumber, arrived last night. The prop America passed up this morning.

The barges Frontenac and Consolation, with 500 tons iron ore from Port Henry, arrived yesterday. The schr Bermuda, from Hamilton with 8,600 bush wheat, arrived on Saturday night, also the prop Avon from Chicago with 12,000 bush wheat and 307 bbls flour.

The schr New Dominion, of Quebec, passed up this morning without reporting.

The schr Ontario sailed this morning for Port Dalhousie, but having got as far as Four Mile Point, the wind fouled, when she returned, determined to embrace the opportunity of repairing some damage to her centre-board.

The M.T Company's wharf - The schr Monterey, from Chicago with 19,600 bush wheat, arrived yesterday. The tug line, with two barges with 30,000 bush wheat left for Montreal on Saturday evening. The prop Bruno left yesterday morning for Chicago, light.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 12, 1869