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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1872


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p.2 Marine News

Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - Arrived - The barges Stadacona, Resolution, Alice Percy and Juno, from Montreal, with 890 tons of railroad iron for Port Hope; also barge Lion, with 200 tons of do. for Toronto. Departures - Schooners Babineau and Gaudry, for Toronto, 150 tons of railroad iron; Agnes, for Port Hope, 60 tons of do.; E. Hall, for the same destination, with 175 tons of do.

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals: Schooners Gazelle, from Toronto, 6,200 bushels of wheat; Ocean Wave, 5,263 bushels of do.; E. Hall, 6,490 bushels of do.; C. Gearing, 11,864 bushels of do.; prop. Enterprise, from Port Dalhousie, 20,547 bushels of do.; schooner Aurilia (sic - Aurelia ?), from Toronto, 8,500 bushels of do.; barge Tuscarora, from Montreal, 50 tons of salt; barges Onandaga and Oneida, light. Departures - Barges Jean Barre, for Montreal, 9,500 bushels of wheat; Canada, 18,912 bushels of do.; Jane, 12,730 bushels of do.; schooner Bessie Barwick, for Toronto, 1,030 bars of railroad iron.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals: Schooners Lisgar, from Toledo, 21,210 bushels of corn; Richardson, from Toledo, 9,000 bushels of do.; H.P. Murray, from Port Dalhousie, 9,440 bushels of do.; Babineau and Gaudry, from Milwaukie, 18,660 bushels of wheat; M.F. Merrick, from Chicago, 19,412 bushels of do.; Tom Martin, from Toledo, 10,562 bushels of corn; four barges arrived from Montreal this morning, light. Departures per tug Glide - barges Cleveland, 18,660 bushels of wheat; Consort, 10,300 bushels of do.; Intrepid, 9,430 bushels of do.; Chicago, 21,210 bushels of do.

Messrs. James Swift & Company's wharf - The steamers Passport and Spartan passed up, and the steamers Corinthian, Osprey, Picton, Corsican and Athenian and the prop. City of Montreal down, the latter lightening 4,000 bushels of wheat.

Vessels Ashore - We learn that the schr. Wm. Home, bound from Garden Island for the Upper Lakes, went ashore high and dry in the late gale about three miles this side of Port Dalhousie.

The schr. Prince Albert was driven ashore near the Wm. Home, but being scuttled she did not go so high on the beach. Both vessels are light.

The brig. Gen. Worth lost her foremast off the Scotch Bonnets in the late gale and put into Clayton. She was laden with staves, and bound for some port on the St. Lawrence.

The barge Argo, which arrived here yesterday, from Port Hope, lost about 10,000 ft. lumber and 20,000 shingles of her deck load overboard in the recent gale.

Port Colborne, Sept. 3rd - Down - Schr. Ariadne, Cleveland, Newcastle, coal; barge Niagara, Port Colborne, Thorold, wheat; prop. Georgian, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; schr. Lyman Casey, do., Ogdensburg, corn; Mary Grover, Bay City, Kingston, staves.

Up - Prop. Cleveland, Buckeye, Oswegatchie, City of London, Empire, schrs. Pandora, Toronto, Goderich, light; E.H. Rutherford, Vienna, Toronto, Toledo, light; barge J. Marks, Ogdensburg, Saginaw, light; Mariner, do., do.; schr. Marysburgh, Oswego, Toledo, light; steam barge Westford, Oswego, Saginaw, light; schr. Whittlesea, Hamilton, Monroe, light; prop. Scotia, Montreal, Chicago, gen. cargo; Lincoln, Kingston, Chicago, pig iron; schr. Annandale, Picton, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light; Gladstone, do., do.; W.O. Brown, do., do.

p.3 Customs Imports

Sept. 3rd - str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).

Barque Bessie Barwick, Big Creek, Calvin & Breck, 264 pcs. oak, 4 pcs ash.

Schr. Emerald, Port Huron, Calvin & Breck, 15,643 pcs staves; 67,036 West India staves.

Brig Lafayette Cook, Toledo, Calvin & Breck, 138 pcs oak, 2 pcs ash, 951 pcs black walnut lumber.

Schr. Clyde, Toledo, Calvin & Breck, 183 pcs ash.

Str. Passport, Montreal, R. & J. Gardiner, 1 cs British goods; Macnee & Waddell, 1 cs do.

Schr. M.F. Merrick, Chicago, M.T Co., 19,418 bush wheat.

Schr. Tom Martin, Toledo, M.T. Co., 10,264 bush corn.

Sept. 4th - Str. Magnet, Charlotte, (mixed cargo).

Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).


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Sept. 4, 1872
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 4, 1872