The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1872

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p.1 Marine News

Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - Arrivals - Schr. Magdala, from Chicago, 10,685 bush of corn; schr. Montcalm, from Chicago, 21,061 bush wheat. Cleared - Schr. E. Hall, for Port Hope, 175 tons of railroad iron; barges Rover, 14,000 bush of corn, for Montreal; Cato, 10,500 bush of wheat; Tiger, 11,000 bush of do. The last here mentioned will leave this evening. The schr. Maria Annette is loading railroad iron for Port Hope.

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - The barges Quebec and Etienne arrived yesterday, the former with773 tons of railroad iron, and the latter with 5,252 bushels of salt. The barge Hope left for Montreal with 15,250 bush of corn.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals: Prop. City of Montreal, from Detroit, lightened 4,020 bush of wheat; schr. American, from Chicago, 18,300 bushels of wheat; Telegraph, from Toledo, 13,779 bush of corn; Jennie Mullens, from Chicago, 13,150 bush of do.; prop. China, from Detroit, lightened 5,000 bushels of wheat; schr. Grenada, from Milwaukie, 14,550 bushels of do.; Bismarck, from Toledo, 18,420 bushels of corn.

Port Colborne, Sept. 4th - Down - Propeller Maine, Detroit, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Fenton, Amherstburg, Kingston, staves.

Up - Schr. Madison, prop. St. Lawrence, bark Gen. Burnside, Geo. Thurston, schr. New Dominion, of Toronto, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; barque Lisgar, Kingston, Chicago, pig iron; schr. Collins, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; H.W. Hoag, Ogdensburg, Toledo, stone; Charger, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; bark Bessie Barwick, Kingston, Port Colborne, r.r. iron; schr. Ontario of Montreal, Kingston, Port Colborne, r.r. iron; Dashing Wave, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; bark St. Lawrence, Kingston, Chicago, light; schr. Wave Crest, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; Gerritt Smith, Emerald, prop. Shickluna.

p.2 Aground - The schooner H.F. Merrick, corn laden from Chicago, grounded on the shoal off Carruthers' wharf on Tuesday night, but got off without sustaining any serious damage.

Collision - The tug Elswood ran a barge to which she was attached against the bow of the schooner D. McInnes, anchored in the harbour last night. The latter received slight damage by the collision.

Notice To Contractors - calling for tenders for cleaning out and deepening the feeder of Welland Canal, from Junction upwards to Dunnville, and to Port Maitland Lock. Department of Public Works, Sept. 3rd.

p.3 Customs Imports - 4th - Prop. Dromedary, Toledo, Jones & Miller, 3,214 bush corn.

Prop. Bruno, Toledo, Holcomb & Stewart, 4,005 bush corn.

5th - Prop. China, Detroit, M.T. Co., 5,000 bush wheat.

Schr. Magdala, Toledo, Jones & Miller, 10,485 bush corn.

Prop. City of Montreal, Detroit, M.T. Co., 4,020 bush wheat.

Schr. Lake Ontario, Toledo, J. Carruthers & Co., 324 hides; Holcomb & Stewart, 5,050 bush corn.

Str. Spartan, Charlotte, (mixed cargo).

Schr. Shannon, Oswego, (mixed cargo).

Schr. Montcalm, Chicago, Jones & Miller, 21,061 bush wheat.

Schr. Telegraph, Toledo, M.T. Co., 13,779 bush corn.

Schr. American, Chicago, M.T. Co., 18,300 bush wheat.

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

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1872