The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 11, 1871

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p.2 Shipping News - At the shipyard the steamer Gazelle is on the ways repairing and the sloop Greyhound. Messrs. Power & Co. have despatched a gang of men to the Rideau Canal to raise the steamer Whitehall, which sunk on Mud Lake on Monday last.

At Swift & Co's wharf - The steamer Passport and propeller Dominion passed up yesterday, and the Kingston today. The steamer Corinthian and Picton passed down this morning. The sloop Cora arrived this morning from Oswego with a general cargo.

The Smith and Post cleared for Oswego this morning, light, and the Kersage for Buffalo with 190 tons of pig iron.

At Gurney and Glidden's wharf - The steam barge Waterlily, with 873,000 shingles, and the Gipsey Queen, with 1,032,000, arrived this morning from the Rideau Canal and left again for Ogdensburgh. The schooner Ontario left for Shannonville this morning, light. The Irene and Cora are loading shingle bolts for Oswego, and will leave this evening.

At the M.T. Company's wharf - The arrivals yesterday were the Hoboken, from Milwaukee, with 18,000 bushels wheat; the Arabia, from Milwaukee, with 19,000 bushels; the Montgomery, with 20,511 bushels corn, from Chicago, and the Rising Star, from Milwaukee, with 17,300 bushels of wheat. The tug Glide left last night with six barges with 70,000 bushels of corn.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 11, 1871