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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1872


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Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Schr. Frank D. Barker, from Chicago, 21,600 bushels of corn; prop Enterprise, from Port Dalhousie, 19,277 bushels of wheat; barge Wild Goose, from Montreal, 886 bars of railroad iron; barge Janes, from do., 450 bars of iron. The schr. Gladstone sailed for Welland with 763 bars of railroad iron, 732 bundles of fish plate, 1,865 railway chairs.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals: Schr. Cecilia, from Chicago, 19,160 bushels of corn; J. McGee, do., 21,762 bush do.; tug Cohen, from Toledo, 13,320 bush do., Augusta, from Toledo, 20,600 bush of do.; Dashing Wave, from Chicago, 18,000 bush do. The tug Glide reached here this morning from Montreal with four barges, light. The schr. Cavalier is loading iron for Chicago.

Messrs. James Swift and Co.'s wharf - The steamer Spartan and propeller America passed up, and the steamers Corinthian and Athenian and propeller St. Lawrence and Indian down. The schooner J.W. Langmuir arrived from Oswego, with a general cargo. The tug Cariboo and propeller Lake Michigan coaled.

Port Colborne, Aug. 24th - Down - Brig L. Cook, Toledo, Kingston, timber; steam barge Westford, Sheboygan, Ogdensburg, lumber; barges Mariner, do., do.; John Mark, do., do.; steam barge Glasgow, do., do.; schr. Nett Woodward, Morpeth, Toronto, lumber.

Up - Prop. Dalhousie, schr. Queen of the Lakes, schr. Paragon, Fenton, brig Orkney Lass, schr. J.B. Penfield, schr. Jas. Platt, canal boat Antietam, Davis, schr. Narragansett, prop Mary Ward, schrs. M. Collins, Port Colborne, Vermillion, light; G.J. Whitney, do., Cleveland, light; Sasaco, do., do., do.; A. Mulvey, Kingston, Toledo, light; P.M. Rogers, Fairham, Milwaukee, coal; Rockaway, Ontario, Erie, iron ore; Telegraph, Oswego, Toledo, salt; brig Hercules, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; schr. Magdala, Port Dalhousie, Toledo, light; bark Arabia, Kingston, Chicago, pig iron; schr. Agnes Hope, Azov, Brig. H. Rooney.

Discharged at Elevator - schr. Lasco.

Canadian Navigation Co's Steamers - The time table for these steamers, commencing tomorrow, 27th August, will be changed. The Express Line for Gananoque, Brockville, etc., will, until further notice, leave Kingston at 3 a.m., and for Oswego, Charlotte and Toronto at 6 p.m. The R.M. Line for Clayton, Alexandria Bay, Brockville, Prescott, Ogdensburg, Cornwall and Montreal at 4 a.m., and for Port Hope, Toronto and Hamilton at 5:30 p.m. The reason for this change to such an early hour is so as to make sure connections with the steamers at the lower end of the route, so that passengers may be landed in Montreal the same evening, and in Quebec next morning.

Yacht Brunette - owned by parties in Hamilton and won recent regatta there, on cruise in 1000 Islands.

Wesleyan Excursion - on str. Watertown to Gananoque and Clayton.

ad - Pleasure Excursion on str. Watertown to Thousand Islands, chartered by St. Paul's church.


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Date of Original:
Aug. 26, 1872
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KN.21077
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 26, 1872