The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 22, 1871

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p.2 Grain Arrivals - The following vessels have arrrived at the Montreal Transportation Company's wharf last evening and this morning:- The Jessie Drummond, from Milwaukee, with 20,000 bushels wheat; the Portland, from Chicago, with 24,000 bushels corn; the Annie Mulvey, from Milwaukee, with 16,000 bushels wheat; the Mollison, from Chicago, with 18,642 bushels wheat; the Adirondack, with 19,000 bushels corn, from Chicago; and the W.T. Greenwood, with 9,006 bushels wheat, from Cleveland. The tug Glide will leave this evening with six barges laden with 60,000 bushels wheat.

Low Water - The water in the lake is so unusually low that the steamer Watertown is obiged to go round the head of Wolfe Island on her trips to Cape Vincent, which has obliged the starting of the vessel half an hour earlier daily. By reference to the advertisement in another column it will be seen that the Watertown will run an additional trip daily during the fair week.

p.3 ad - Kingston and Cape Vincent Ferry - schedule during Fair Week.

p.4 ad - Canadian Navigation Company - Royal Mail Through Line - steamers Corsican, Capt. Fairgrieve; Spartan, Captain Kelley; Passport, Captain Sinclair; Kingston, Captain Farrell; Corinthian, Captain Dunlop; and Magnet, Captain Simpson, with schedule. Sept. 22nd.

-work on supply weir at Lachine Canal is progressing, Government relieved contractor of his contract, and placed work in hands of Mr. Conway, the canal superintendant. [Montreal Gazette]

- Hamilton Yacht Club to have sweepstakes race on 5th of next month. [Times]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 22, 1871