The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 3, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - Swift & Co's wharf - The sch Flying Scud arrived this morning from Oswego with corn meal. The sloop Cora and sch Mary O'Gorman are loading timber for Oswego, and will leave this evening. The Flying Scud will also take in lumber for the same port. The steam barge Hemlock arrived this morning with 102,186 ft lumber from the Rideau Canal; she had in tow the barge Linnet with 43,252 ft lumber. The sch Tom Dick arrived last night with another consignment of gravel for Chicago. The sch Gazelle left this afternoon with railway ties for Port Hope. The steamer Osprey and prop Brantford passed up this morning.

J.H. Henderson's wharf - The sch W.W. Grant arrived last evening from Sandusky with 9,992 bush wheat.

The M.T. Company's wharf - The schs Garibaldi from Toledo with 12,500 bush wheat, and the Two Brothers, from Cleveland, with 8,000 bush, arrived this evening. The prop East arrived this morning from Chicago with 12,500 bush wheat, 300 bbls pork and 230 bbls flour.

Yachting Intelligence - yacht Vanguard, 22 tons, left to race for Prince of Wales cup at Toronto on 7th, gives list of crew.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 3, 1869