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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 18, 1872

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p.2 Marine News

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - Schr. Helen, from Morpeth, 60,520 pieces of West India staves; prop Enterprise, from Port Dalhousie, 23,373 bushels of corn; barge Powerful, Montreal, 586 bars of railroad iron. Departures - schr. H.P. Murray, for Detroit, 50 tons of pig iron; barge Mohawk, for Montreal, 24,750 bushels of corn.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals - schr. H.B. Rathbun, from Toronto, 8,631 bushels of corn; propeller Kincardine, from Toronto, 8,430 bushels of corn.

Messrs. James Swift and Company's wharf - Passed up - steamers Passport, Osprey and Champion. Passed down - Steamers Spartan, Athenian, Magnet and propeller America.

Port Colborne, July 17th - Down - Prop Arctic, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; schr. Trade Wind, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; barge John Moak, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; barge Martner, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; barge Glasgow, do., do.; brig W.G. Emery, Cleveland, Toledo, coal; schr. S. & J. Collier, do., do.; prop Akron, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; barque Robert Gaskin, Bay City, Kingston, timber; schr. J.A. Macdonald of Toronto, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.

Up - Schr. Hungerford, barque Creola, schrs. New Dominion of Toronto, Parson, brig E. Cohen, schr. Montezuma, H. Fitzhugh, Ironside, Mary, barque E. Rutherford, China, schrs. Fenton, Kingston, Windsor, light; Rockaway, Ontario, Erie, iron ore; barge Lizzie Hutchinson, Toronto, Buffalo, lumber; barques S.D. Woodruff, Clayton, Wallaceburg, light; Miami Belle, Oswego, Toledo, salt; prop Mary Ward, Montreal, Bruce Mines, lighthouse supplies and sundries; schrs. R. Dart, Fairhaven, Toledo, coal; Magdala, Kingston, Toledo, salt; Onward, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; barque Alexandria, Collinsby, Bay City; prop Oswegatchie.

The Rideau Canal - The Ottawa Citizen of yesterday says: The steamer Louisa arrived here from Newboro today, and will clear again for Jones Falls tomorrow. She will not be able to make a through trip to Kingston for two months, on account of the break in the lock at Kingston Mills. The vessel will continue to run between the lower Rideau ports so as to keep the crew employed. It is quite a loss to the line, and will be a great inconvenience to the people of the Rideau that the steamer cannot continue her through trips.

Police Court - man charged with stealing coats from sailors on sch. Forest Queen.

p.3 Custom Imports - July 17th - Str. Watertown, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).

-Schr. Henry Rooney, Fair Port, Calvin & Breck, 152 pieces of oak, 23 pieces walnut, 4 pieces white ash.

-Schr. Mary Grover, Bay City, Calvin & Breck, 1,295 pipe staves, 27,049 West India staves.

July 16th - Str. Spartan, Oswego, (mixed cargo)

-Schr. Rathbun, Toronto, M.T. Co., 8,631 bush corn.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 18, 1872