The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - The forwarders of this port are complaining sadly of the want of barges to take off their freights, and accommodation between parties is the order of the day.

J.H. Henderson's wharf - The barge Lark arrived this morning, and the Lark and Hector will leave this evening with combined cargoes of 37,000 bush wheat.

Shipyard - The schr Pearl went off the ways this morning, and her place was taken by one of Glassford, Jones and Co's barges. The business of the yard is quite sufficient to keep the usual number of hands fully employed.

The sloop Black Hawk belonging to Mr. Jas. Campbell has just completed a rebuild in the Portsmouth yard, and has been despatched to Gananoque in the wood trade.

The harbour tug Ellen Jeffers this morning took out the schooner City of Cleveland to Cape Vincent.

Garden Island - No vessel arrivals since yesterday noon. Cleared - Schrs Denmark, Toledo, light; Kate Bulley, Sarnia, do; Clyde, Saugeen, do.

Royal Canadian Yacht Club - The race for the Prince of Wales' Champion Cup will take place this morning at ten o'clock. The following yachts have been entered:-Geraldine, owned by Commodore Hodder; Glance, Vice Commodore Clarkson; Wide Awake, Vice Commodore Clarkson; Kestrel, Capt. Hagarty; Mosquito, Mr. E.M. Copeland; Stella, Mr. H. Moffatt; Rapid, Mr. R. Courneen. All the above yachts will start; and most likely the Gorilla from Cobourg, and the Vanguard from Kingston, will be on hand in time to take part in the race. The course has been so arranged that the yachts can be seen during the whole race. [Globe]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1869