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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 16, 1872


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p.2 That Buoy - On Saturday evening the Harbour Master placed a painted barrel on the shoal off Carruthers' wharf. It didn't cost $10,000. (Whig to copy)

The Grand Conservative Picnic - using steamers Watertown, Hiram A. Calvin and William.

The Regatta - idea likely to be dropped.

p.4 Marine News

Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The schooner Acontias arrived from Chicago with 15,000 bush of wheat, which she discharged, and then left for Oswego light. The bark (sic) Alice Pacey leaves this evening for Montreal with 18,200 bush wheat.

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - schrs. Wood Duck, from Toronto, 4,500 bush corn; Eliza White, from Toronto, 7,425 bush do. The schr. Picton is loading railroad iron for Hamilton.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals - Schrs Camanche, from Chicago, 20,022 bush wheat, John Mott, from Chicago, 20,582 bush do.; Lillie Parsons, from Milwaukee, 18,000 bush do.; Gladstone, from Toledo, 11,389 bush corn; Bermuda, from Toronto, 8,550 bush do.; Jamaica, Chicago, 10,000 bush do. The tug H.F. Bronson arrived from Montreal with five barges, light, and left with the following: Cayuga, 17,500 bushwheat; Fame, 8,553 bush corn; Relief, 15,523 bush do.; Cleveland, 15,000 bush wheat; Dreadnought, 10,285 bush corn.

Messrs. James Swift and Co.'s wharf - The steamers Spartan and Magnet passed up, and the steamers Athenian and Abyssinian down. Arrived - barge Star, from Montreal, 150 tons coal consigned to J.S. & Co.

Marine Railway - The schr. Sweet Home, which struck on a rock and sunk in the St. Lawrence on her way from Clayton here, will be hauled out for repairs, having reached this place on Saturday evening. The schrs. Alpha and Mary Grover are also to be put on the ways for general overhauling.

Steamer York - This craft, which ran ashore at Oak Point during the fog and prevalence of the storm on Thursday evening last, arrived here today, her cargo having been lightened into one of Jones and Miller's barges, when she was easily floated from her unsafe position. She will go to St. Catharines for repairs.

Port Colborne, Sept. 14th - Down - Schooner Ontario of Montreal, Toledo, Kingston, corn; steam barge Glasgow, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; barges Mariner, do., do.; John Mark, do., do.; barque Mary Jane, Bay City, Kingston, timber; brig Sea Gull, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; schooners Annandale, Toledo, Kingston, wheat; Persia, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Augusta, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Belle Sheridan, Toledo, Oswego, corn and wheat; prop. Michigan, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; barque Gibraltar, Port Colborne, Port Robinson, light; prop. Scotia, Chicago, Montreal, wheat.

Up - Schrs. Algora, Prat, P. Dart, Jennie Graton, Waloustah, Oriental, Madeira, Ada, Undine, Westside, Oswego, Chicago, railroad iron; Grace Whitney, Ogdensburg, Toledo, light; Garibaldi of Hamilton, Toronto, Toledo, light; tug Brady, Collinsby, Bay City, light; barge Spaulding, do., do.; barque Alexandra, do.; prop. City of Boston, schr. Perry, brig. A.M. Stoddart.


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Date of Original:
Sept. 16, 1872
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KN.21093
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 16, 1872