The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 14, 1871

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p.2 Shipping News - At the M.T. Company's wharf the following arrived on Saturday and Sunday:- The Gladstone, from Chicago, with 10,500 bushels wheat; the Henry Fitzhugh, from Chicago, with 19,473 bushels corn; the Pandora, from Chicago, with 18,000 bushels wheat; the J.D. Norris, with 16,556 bus wheat, from Chicago; the schooner Dominion, from Chicago, with 13,100 bushels corn; the Griswold, with 16,600 bushels corn, from Chicago; and the Skylark, with 21,067 bushels do., from Chicago. On Saturday the steamer Watertown left with six barges, containing 63,000 bushels of wheat and corn, to meet the tug Glide on her way up from Montreal. The Watertown met the Glide and took from her six light barges and returned to Kingston, the Glide returning to Montreal with the laden barges.

The Regatta - The regatta on Saturday resulted in favour of the Truant, which came in 8 minutes and 40 seconds ahead of the Mena, the second boat. The Power was third.

-The steamer Corinthian collided with the ferry boat Princess of Wales at Toronto on Friday morning. Damage inconsiderable.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 14, 1871