The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 23, 1871

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p.2 Canadian Navigation Company's Steamers - The steamer Magnet having commenced her regular trips from Quebec to the Saguenay, the daily steam line from Hamilton to Montreal is now formed by the steamers Corsican, Passport, Corinthian, Spartan and Kingston. The Express steamers will commence their regular trips on Tuesday next, the 27th of June, between Toronto and Prescott, connecting at Prescott with the steamers Champion and Banshee, thus forming two complete lines from the head of Lake Ontario to Montreal. The Expess steamers will touch at the north shore ports on the down trips, and at the south shore ports on the upward trips, thus giving the travelling public a first class steamer for Oswego and Rochester every evening, Sundays excepted.

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The above line is composed of the following Splendid Upper-Cabin Steamers,

Corsican, Capt. Fairgrieve.

Passport, Capt. Sinclair.

Kingston, Capt. Farrell.

Corinthian, Capt. Dunlop.

One of the Steamers of the above Line will leave the St. Lawrence Wharf, foot of Johnson Street, for Toronto and Hamilton, every afternoon (Monday excepted) at

Half-Past Five

o'clock. Also, one of the steamers will leave for Montreal every morning (Monday excepted) at half-past five, touching at Clayton and Alexandria Bay.


consisting of the splendid Lake Steamers

Athenian, Capt. J.J. Morley.

Abyssinian, Capt. J.B. Estes.

Will commence their regular trips between Ogdensburg, Oswego, Charlotte (Landing for Rochester, Niagara Falls and Buffalo), and Toronto on the 27th inst.

Going East at 4 a.m.

Going West at 6 p.m.

For Passage, Tickets apply at the office of Folger Bros., Ontario Street, or at the Lake and River Steamboat Office, St. Lawrence Wharf, foot of Johnson Street.

Passengers going to the West can procure Tickets via Great Western, Detroit and Milwaukee and Michigan Central Railways, for Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Grand Haven, and also for all the principal points in the West, and also via Pacific Railroad to Utah, Nebraska, Colorado, Nevada and California.

A comfortable and convenient Waiting Room for Ladies and Gentlemen on the Wharf.

C.H. Hatch, Agent June 23rd

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 23, 1871