The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 13, 1869

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p.2 Shipping News - Swift & Co's wharf - The schr Flying Scud is loading rye for Oswego. The props Her Majesty and Indian passed down, and the Georgian up yesterday, all touching.

J.H. Henderson's wharf - The schr Victor, from Toledo with 16,000 bush wheat, and the schr Richardson from the same port with 8,840 bush wheat, arrived, the first yesterday, and the last this morning. The barge Swan arrived this morning in tow of the steamer William, from Quebec, with 500 tons pig iron for Racine and Chicago. The barge Linnet will leave this evening for Montreal with 18,000 bush wheat.

Quick Despatch - On Saturday last the hands employed at J.H. Henderson & Co's put on board the bark Robert Gaskin 360 tons of pig iron between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; one hour being deducted for dinner.

The bark Jenny P. Mac, from Brockville to Oswego, was towed to Kingston by steamer William this morning, and was beating out this afternoon.

Gurney & Glidden's wharf - The tug Ellswood, with three barges containing 100,000 feet lumber for Oswego, 70 cords wood for Toronto, 125 tons iron ore for Cleveland, arrived this afternoon.

The M.T. Company's wharf - The schooner Ocean Wave arrived this morning from Hamilton with 5,000 bush wheat. Four barges arrived from Montreal with 3000 tons salt.

Glassford, Jones & Co's wharf - Ontario, from Toledo, 13,700 bush wheat; Mary Taylor, from Cleveland, 6,298 bush wheat; Paragon, from Cleveland, 11,600 bush wheat; Sir E.W. Head, from Toledo, 14,500 bush wheat; Cavalier, from Toledo, 17,700 bush wheat; E.W. Rutherford, from Toledo, 14,600 bush wheat; Annandale, from Cleveland, 12,900 bush wheat; City of Hamilton and William, with six barges, arrived; four barges leave this evening.

Garden Island - Arrivals since Saturday - Schr China, Ayr, timber, Saugeen; the brig Sir Chas. Napier, from the same port with a similar cargo; also the bark Canada with a similar cargo. The schr Fanny Campbell, from Bay City, with timber. No departures.

Boat Race - between Arrow sailed by Mr. Smithers and Qui Vive sailed by Mr. Makins.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 13, 1869