The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1872

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Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The barges Alice Pacey and Alabama leave this evening for Montreal with 26,000 bushels of wheat.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals - The schooners J.F. Gilmour, from Chicago, 18,926 bushels of wheat; Clayton Belle, from Chicago, 19,722 bushels of corn. The tug H.F. Bronson left for Montreal with the following barges: C., 18,283 bushels; Energy, 13,200 bushels; Guard, 7,600 bushels; Amazon, 10,000 bushels; Chicago, 20,000 bushels; Fame, 9,000 bushels. The barque Pride of America sailed for Chicago with 330 tons of pig and railroad iron.

Messrs. James Swift and Co.'s wharf - The steamers Picton, Osprey, and Corsican, and propellers America and East passed up. The tug Wren coaled. The steamer Louisa, detained some hours on her regular passage, arrived from and departed for Ottawa today.

The steam barge Nile, from the Rideau Canal, touched on her way to Ogdensburg with two barges, carrying 2,500,000 shingles. A quantity of lumber by the same craft was discharged at the railway esplanade.

Port Colborne, Sept. 27th - Down - Propeller Europe, Port Colborne, Port Robinson; steam barge Wm. Cowie, Port Huron, Ogdensburg, lumber; barque Dundee, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Havana, do., do.

Up - Schooners Montana, Port Colborne, Michigan City, light; Undine, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; Annandale, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; Brooklyn, Oswego, Chicago, salt; Dauntless, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; Jane McLeod, Kingston, Milwaukee, pig iron; Elvira (Elvina ?), Oswego, Chicago, salt; H. Ross, Ogdensburg, Buffalo, iron ore; Southampton, Kingston, Chicago, pig iron; Paragon, Port Colborne, Toledo, light; Sweepstakes, Smith & Post, steam barge Ellsworth, prop. Buckeye, schr. Phalarope, Theresa, W.W. Oades, Penokee.

At elevator - Barques Cavalier, St. Lawrence, schr. M. Filmore.

-We understand that the Kingston Yacht Club do not intend to allow the regatta to fall through this season. The committee have a meeting tonight, when arrangements will be completed for a race on or about the 10th of October. The yachts Gorilla, Ina, and Mr. Cuthbert's new boat have signalled their intention of competing. The Oriole and Brunette are also expected. We hope the committee will receive the generous support of the citizens in the matter.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 28, 1872