The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1872


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Port Colborne, Oct. 21st - Down - Sloop Enterprise, Monro, St. Catharines, lumber; props Young America, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; City of New York, Chicago, do.; schrs Mediator, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; L. Seaton, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Jane Ralston, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; Antelope, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Greenwood, Toledo, Kingston, corn; S.D. Hungerford, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; A. Ford, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Laura Emma, Port Ryerse, Welland, lumber; Sarah Jane, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Gibson, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Acontias, do., do.; barque London, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Gen. Burnside, Bay City, Clayton, staves; schrs. Wm. Taylor, Cleveland, Cobourg, coal; Wm. Elgin, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Cossack, Milwaukie, Oswego, wheat; steam barge Wm. Cowie, Port Huron, Ogdensburg, lumber; barque Mary Battle, Chicago, Kingston, wheat.

Up - Props St. Lawrence, Lowell, Mary Ward, barque Fannie Campbell, schr. Wanistee, Morning Light, W. Keller, L.S. Hammond, St. Andrews, barque Wm. Home, prop Scotia, City of Montreal; schr. Charger, Bear Creek, Cleveland; Persia, Toronto, Buffalo, barley; barge Victoria, Dunnville, Buffalo, wheat.

-The schooner S.H. Lathrop, bound from Saginaw to Ogdensburg with lumber, got aground on Hinckley's Flats, St. Lawrence River, yesterday morning. The steambarge Westford attempted to get her off, and got aground also. The Revenue Cutter Chase then came to the relief of both vessels and got them off.

Another Propeller - We understand that Messrs. Simpson & Chisholm, ship-builders, have contracted with Capt. Malcomson, of Hamilton, to build a first-class propeller for that gentleman. The new boat will be of full canal size, and will be finished in every respect similar to the Acadia, of the Sarnia and Lake Superior Mail Line, owned by Captain Malcomson. The engine and boiler will be made at the Dundas Foundry. Cost of the propeller, fully equiped, $33,000. The work of construction will be preceeded with at once.

Wrecked - Several weeks ago 6 vessels were wrecked at or near Rond Eau, in a gale that prevailed for some time. The names of the unfortunate vessels are: Kenosha, of Montreal; Sweepstakes, of Wellington Square; Ottia of Detroit; Ferrell of Milwaukee, (rest unreadable)


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Date of Original:
Oct. 22, 1872
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KN.21115
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1872