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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 9, 1872

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p.2 The Regatta - committee still gathering subscriptions; to decide on date.

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Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The schr. Marie Annette sailed for Port Hope with 407 (107 ?) tons of railroad iron, and the schr. D. Freeman is loading a similar cargo for the same destination. The barge Monica arrived from Montreal with 166 tons of iron for Toronto.

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrived - Barges Carrier, from Montreal, 250 tons of pig iron; Elk, 112 tons of railroad iron; D. and A. light. Departures - Schr. Garibaldi, for Port Colborne, with 1,217 bars of railroad iron and 400 bundles of fish plate.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals - Barques Arctic, from Toledo, 14,957 bushels of corn; D. Freeman, from Port Dalhousie, 12,127 bushels of do.; prop. Enterprise, 20,135 bushels of do. The tug Glide arrived with five barges from Montreal, carrying a combined cargo of 500 tons of pig and railroad iron; and tug Bronson with five barges light. The latter left again with the following: Barges Index, 7116 bushels of corn; McCarthy, 15,700 bushels of do.; Idyl, 7,300 bushels of do.; Cruiser, 9,900 bushels of do.; Bruno, 9,550 bushels of do., and Harvest, 16,366 bushels of do.

Messrs. James Swift & Co.'s wharf - Passed up - Steamers Spartan, Magnet, Abyssinian and Picton. Passed down - Steamers Corinthian and Abyssinian. The schooner William Elgin is loading scrap iron for Cleveland.

Port Colborne, Sept. 7th - Down - Propeller Oswegatchie, schr. Thos. Mott, prop. Empire, steam barge Belle Crosse, barges Lister, Crocker, Albany, schrs. Taylor, St. Andrew, prop. St. Lawrence, schr. Hibernia.

Up - Prop. Prairie State, schr. Olive Branch, Havana, steam barge Wm. Cowie, prop. Canada, schrs. S.D. Hungerford, H.P. Murray, Clara Youell, Helen Pratt, Paragon, Nett Woodward.

Collingwood, Sept. 7th - Steamer Frances Smith arrived from Duluth this morning at 6 o'clock with 52 passengers and a general cargo of freight. She experienced very rough weather on Lake Superior, and was detained sixty hours by bad weather, and met the steamer Chicora at Bruce Mines on Thursday night, bound up. The Frances Smith leaves at 3 p.m. with about 170 passengers and full load of freight.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 9, 1872