The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 19, 1871

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p.2 Shipping News - At J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf - The schooner Marysburgh removed to this wharf to load an addition of 80 tons to her cargo of scrap iron, which was received last evening from Montreal by the barge Thrush. The barge Tiger will leave this evening with 13,000 bushels wheat.

At Swift's wharf - The steamers Magnet and Picton passed down yesterday evening, and the Kingston up. The Passport passed down this morning.

At Gurney & Glidden's wharf - The steambarge Waterlily, with 22,000 cedar railway ties, and towing the Gipsey Queen with 26,000, arrived from the Rideau Canal, and proceeded to Cape Vincent.

The Prince of Wales was got off the reef at Four Mile Point yesterday evening by the steam tug William. She is reported as not seriously damaged.

The Harvest Queen went on the ways at Messrs. Power's shipyard yesterday, and was overhauled and relaunched. Her damage was not serious.

At the M.T. Company's wharf - The barque Alice arrived today from Milwaukee with 18,800 bushels of wheat. The schooner Mixer left for Chicago with 400 tons pig iron. The new steamer Louise, from Montreal, for the Ottawa trade between Kingston and that port, did not arrive today. The steamer Corsican reported having passed her at the Matilda Canal, and that she would arrive here tomorrow.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 19, 1871