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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 27, 1872


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p.2 Marine Accident - The schooner Oddfellow, of Toronto, while under weigh from Port Hope to Oswego with a cargo of lumber, was struck by a heavy squall on the 25th inst. off S.E. Long Point 20 miles. Her mainsail was blown away, and filled with water. She also lost a portion of her deck load. She was towed into Portsmouth by the tug Lady Franklin, where she is now undergoing repairs.

Propeller Buckeye - Yesterday the propeller Buckeye (N.T. Co'y) deranged her machinery on her passage down the lake. A crew manned the yawl and were despatched to Kingston for repairs, but on their way here they hailed the tug Mack, which picked them up and towed the propeller Buckeye to Ogdensburg.

Yachting - The yacht Brunette, referred to in last evening's issue, sailed down the St. Lawrence yesterday. The yachts A. Ramsay, of Gananoque, and Island Maid, of Kingston, had a race at Gananoque last week. The Island Maid was there on a fishing excursion, and challenged her old rival. She was beaten, however. The Ramsey is a splendid sailor.

Regatta - A large and enthusiastic meeting of the yachting community was held at the Club Room last evening, when committees were appointed to canvass the separate wards for subscriptions to enable them to carry out their programme. The committee feel confident the coming regatta will be second to none ever held in Kingston. We trust the citizens will support them handsomely with liberal subscriptions.

Marine News

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - The schr. L.B. Stone arrived from Oswego with coal, consigned to the Kingston Gas Company; and the Dundee, from Chicago, with 18,000 bush of corn. The schr. Annie Craig is loading iron for Welland. Departures: barge Oneida, for Montreal, 17,200 bush of wheat; A., for Montreal, 11,700 bush of do.; Protection, for the same destination, 9,750 bush of do.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals: Schr. Montpelier, from Chicago, 20,755 bush of corn; Charger, do., 17,823 bush of corn. Departures per tug Glide: Barges Utility, 11,550 bush corn; Cayuga, 18,525 bush do.; St. Lawrence, 10,050 bush of do.; Dauntless, 11,019 bush of do.; Dreadnought, 10,297 bush of do.; Kinghorn, 17,333 bush of do.; Index, 7,800 bush of do.

Messrs. James Swift and Co.'s wharf - The steamer Athenian passed up, and the steamers Picton, Corsican, Abyssinian and prop. St. Lawrence down.

Port Colborne, Aug. 26th - Down - Schr. Great Western, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; prop. Cleveland, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Gen. Worth, Toledo, Clayton, staves; Orion, Cleveland, Brockville, stone; New Dominion, (of) Toronto, Cleveland, Belleville, coal; Lumina, Cleveland, Belleville, do.; prop. Bristol, Toledo, Montreal, wheat; schr. Helen Pratt, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Gennett, Clyde, Bay City, Kingston, timber; prop. Scotia, Chicago, Montreal, corn; schrs. Bay Queen, Saginaw, Kingston, lumber; Mediterranean, Toledo, Ogdensburg, corn; Mont Blanc, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; Annie Falconer, Port Huron, Kingston, staves; Hoboken, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; S.J. Lieff (sic), Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; Princess Alexandria, Toledo, Kingston, staves; Ben Folger, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Clara Youell, Chicago, Kingston, corn; barks S.D. Woodruff, Romney, Clayton, timber; prop. Oswegatchie, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo. Up - Prop. Empire, schr. New Dominion, of Quebec, schr. Elmira, Albacorn, Undine, St. Andrews, prop. City of Chatham, Georgian, schr. Medberry (sic Medbury), brig Rossins, schr. Eureka, Melrose; prop. Lake Michigan, Montreal, Chicago, gen. cargo; schrs. Lathrop, Ogdensburg, Saginaw, light; Phalarope, Oswego, Milwaukie, coal; Thos. Simms, do., do., do.; Jas. Norris, Kingston, Toledo, light; La Peteca ? , Cobourg, Cleveland, iron ore; Mediator, Oswego, Chicago, salt; Reindeer, do., coal, H. Fitzhugh.

At Elevator - schrs. Rainbow, Cossack, Phil Scoville.

Raised - The barge Martin, which struck a rock and sank on her way from this port to Montreal, grain laden, about two weeks ago, has been raised, and was yesterday towed here for repairs. Her bow was stove in by the accident, and the damage sustained thereby was considerable. Her cargo of wheat was thrown overboard into the river, a complete and serious loss.

Police Court - man charged with stealing stove from cabin of scow Caesar during winter.

p.3 Custom Imports - Aug. 27th - Str. Corsican, Charlotte, (mixed cargo)

Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent - (mixed cargo)

Barque R. Graham, Port Huron, Calvin & Breck, 186 pcs ash, 1305 rope staves, 3130 W. India staves.

Barque London, Bay City, Calvin & Breck, 230 pcs oak, 12 pcs pine.

Sloop Jessie, Clayton, Calvin & Breck, 5,000 pcs wattling.


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Aug. 27, 1872
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 27, 1872