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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 18, 1872

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p.2 Steam Dredge - Last night the tug Sarah Daly arrived here from Picton with the steam dredge J.E. Daly and 2 barges. She was to have commenced service today at the Montreal Transportation Company's wharf. In the absence of the owner we are unable to ascertain the length of time she will remain employed in this harbour; but the News reporter was informed by one of the men engaged thereon that she would likely be kept dredging in this vicinity for a considerable time, probably the whole of the autumn. Such a piece of information will be welcomed by the shipping community. The dredge is a good one, competent to perform the work required of it rapidly and satisfactorily.

Marine News

Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The schooner Adirondac, from Chicago, with 18,000 bushels of wheat, arrived yesterday; the barge Alabama left for Montreal with 11,500 bushels of do.

Messrs. Coulthurst and MacPhie's wharf - The schooner Picton cleared for Hamilton with 1,024 bars of railroad iron, and the schr. Mary Grover, for Cleveland, with 150 tons of pig iron.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals - Barque Pride of America, from Chicago, 20,000 bushels of wheat; schr. Yankee Blade, from Chicago, 15,445 bushels of do.; prop. East, from Toledo, 16,000 bushels of corn; schooner Delos de Wolf, from Chicago, 20,206 bushels of wheat. The schr. Emerald is loading salt for Chicago.

Messrs. James Swift and Co's wharf - The steamers Passport and Osprey passed up, and the steamers Magnet, Picton, Corsican and Abyssinian down. The steamer Louisa arrived from and departed for Ottawa yesterday.

Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - The prop. Scotia, from Chicago, lightened 4,000 bushels of wheat, and proceeded to Montreal last night.

Aground - The barque Pride of America, in entering the harbour during the night, grounded on the shoal off Carruther's wharf. She was lightened by one of the Montreal Transportation Company's elevators, and cleared with the assistance of the tugs Lady Franklin and Mixer.

Port Colborne, Sept. 17th - Down - Schr. Maize, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; prop. Mary Ward, Chatham, Kingston, gen. cargo; schr. Sweepstakes, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Elvina, Milwaukee, Oswego, barley; Penfield, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Hungerford, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Eureka, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; W. Fitzhugh, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Phalarape (sic), Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; H.P. Murray, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Mediator, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; Agnes Hope, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Jane McLeod, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; bark London, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Buffalo, St. Williams, Willard Port, lumber; prop. Empire, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Wave Crest, Toledo, Kingston, corn; brig. H. Roney, Bay City, Kingston, timber; schrs. Senator Blood, Pt. Huron, Oswego, lumber; Thos. Simms, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Kate Gillett, Milwaukee, Pt. Colborne, wheat; bark Lottie Wolf, Milwaukee, do.

Up - Schrs. Antelope, Kingston, Toledo, light; W.F. Greenwood, do.; Republic, Kingston, Chicago, light; Vienna, Pt. Dalhousie, light; barge Crocker, Ogdensburg, Saginaw, light; Lister, do.; Albany, do.; Mistrase ?, Oswego, Detroit, r.r. iron; W.W. Grant, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; Kate Gillett, Pt. Colborne, Erie, light; bark Lottie Wolf, Pt. Colborne, Cleveland, light; barge New Dominion, Welland, Buffalo, wood.

At Elevator - Schr. Rogers.

p.4 letter to editor - praises Capt. Crawford of steamer Rochester.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 18, 1872