The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 8, 1871

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p.2 Shipping News - At the shipyard the schooner New Dominion was hauled on to the ways yesterday for a general overhaul. The schooner M. O'Gorman has finished her repairs. The schooner Mary Fox went off the ways yesterday. The keel of a new propeller was laid yesterday for Captain Patterson & Co., owners of the propeller Magnet. The Annie Falconer has just completed a general overhaul. This fine schooner has been newly painted, and has added several new sails to her suit, and her appearance on the water, always good, is unusually neat and yacht-like.

At Carruthers' wharf the barque Arabian took on board 60 hogsheads of sugar for Chicago.

At Gurney & Glidden's wharf the Nile and two barges with lumber arrived from the Rideau, and left again for Ogdensburgh. The schooner Gazelle is loading lumber for Oswego. The schooner Shannon is loading lumber at Gananoque for Oswego.

At Swift's wharf the steamer Picton passed down, and the Passport up last night, and the steamers Kingston and Athenian down this morning. The steamer City of Ottawa arrived from Ottawa this morning, and left to return this afternoon.

At the Montreal Transportation Company's wharf the H.W. Hoag, from Toledo, has arrived with 15,600 bushels of wheat, and the Charger, from Cleveland, with 16,210 bushels wheat, and the William Shupe, from the same port, with 14,317 bushels of wheat. The Glide left last night with four barges with 55,000 bushels of corn and wheat.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 8, 1871