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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1872


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p.2 The Propeller Argyle - On Friday afternoon the requisite pumps and other apparatus and a grain barge left here per tug Lady Franklin to assist in the clearance of the propeller Argyle, grounded below Gananoque near Grenadier Island. Captain Fortier of Toronto has the management of the work. This morning a telegram was received from Brockville to the effect that four thousand bushels (dry) of her cargo were transhipped to the barges; that the propeller was successfully floated, but beached again, for what reason it is not stated. The cargo, we learn, is insured in American companies for $20,000. There is some prospect of the leak in the hull of the Argyle being so stopped as to permit of her return this evening to Kingston for repairs.

p.3 Regatta - no one is arranging for one - why?

p.4 Marine News

Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The barge America arrived from Montreal with 260 tons of railroad iron.

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals: Schooners Amelia, from Toronto, 5,145 bushels of wheat; New Dominion, from Chicago, 14,757 bushels of wheat; J.H. Hartzell, from Chicago, 16,300 bushels of do.; Barges Quebec, from Montreal, 267 tons of railroad iron; Oneida, 267 bars of railroad iron. Departures: Barge Seneca, for Hamilton, 27 cases of fish bolts and 257 bars of railroad iron.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Prop. Enterprise, from Port Dalhousie, 20,114 bushels of corn, and schr. J.E. Gilmore, from Chicago, arrived since Saturday. The tug Glide reached here from Montreal with two barges light, and left in the evening with the following: Barges Kinghorn 18,527 bushels of corn; Toledo, 20,472 bushels of do.; Advance, 18,500 bushels of do.; Wheat Bin, 19,570 bushels of do.

Messrs. James Swift & Co's wharf - The steamers Osprey, Magnet and Spartan passed up; and the steamers Athenian and Corinthian down from Toronto and Hamilton.

Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - The tug Wren arrived with five barges carrying a combined cargo of 1,200 tons of pig iron and salt.

Port Colborne, Aug. 17th - Down - Props. Michigan, Toledo, Ogdensburg, corn and flour; City of London, Toledo, Montreal, wheat.

Up - Schr. Rathbun, steam barge Mary Pringle, barque J.C. Woodruff, schr. Florida, prop. Granite State, schrs. Meteor, D. Freeman.

To Lock - Schrs. Yankee Blade, Kate Kelly, Miami Belle, Hungerford, Olive Branch, Antelope, Thos. Martin, Nevada.

Elevator repairing this evening.


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Date of Original:
Aug. 19, 1872
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KN.21071
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Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 19, 1872