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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 2, 1872

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Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - Prop. Dalhousie, from Toronto, 10,900 bushels of coal; prop. Kincardine, from Toronto, 8,500 bushels of do.; barge Mohawk, Montreal, 1,083 bars of railroad iron; Pontiac, Montreal, 1,000 bars do.; Oneida, Montreal, 100 tons of pig iron; Seneca, 1,100 bars do.; Elk, 100 tons of old railroad iron; Quebec, 200 tons pig iron; Tuscurora, 505 bars of railroad iron. Departures - barge Oneida, 18,321 bushels of corn.

Montreal Transportation Co.'s wharf - The schr. Wanderer arrived from Colborne with 6,250 bushels of wheat; the schr. Norris is loading 100 (400 ?) tons of pig iron for Chicago. The tug Charlotte left last night for Montreal with the barges Wheat Bin, Cayuga and Index, carrying a combined cargo of 46,000 bushels of wheat.

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

Barque Robert Gaskin - A telegram from the captain of the barque Robert Gaskin states that that vessel "rolled her spars out to anchor" during the disastrous gale of Monday on Lake Erie. She was insured in the Western of Toronto. She is considerably damaged and belonged to Mr. William Nichol (sic - Nickle ?) of this city.

Port Colborne, Oct. 1st - Down - Propellers City of New York, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Empire, Detroit, Chicago, do.; steam barge Westford, Alpira (sic), Ogdensburg, lumber; schrs. N.A. Hall, Port Dover, Kingston, wheat; Ada Medora, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; Acontias, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; American; steam barge Belle P. Cross and barges.

Up - Schrs. Maggie, Miami Belle, B. Eveleigh, T. Perry, steam barge Lincoln, schrs. A. Hope, Thos. L. Howland, Bismarck, Pride of America, barques Arabia, Mary Jane, schrs. Morning Light, Wave Crest, Trinidad, barge Lisgar.

At elevator - Schrs. Oneida, Mont Blanc, Hoboken, M.F. Merrick, W.J. Whaling, Clyde, Guadaloupe, Thos. Parsons.

Police Court - man charged in theft of stove from scow Caesar last winter, while anchored below Cataraqui Bridge.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 2, 1872