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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 29, 1872


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p.2 MARINE NEWS

The schooner Drayton, with wheat for Oswego, was the only vessel which left port today.

The schooner Northumberland, bound from Brockville to Oswego, ran in here yesterday for safety from the storm.

The last vessel consigned grain laden from Chicago this season arrived here yesterday, the Kate Richmond. She is bound for Brockville, where her cargo of wheat will be transhipped for Renfrew.

The schooner White Oak started westward yesterday, but was obliged to put back. She will go into winter quarters now.

The schooners Agnes Hope and Malta have gone to Portsmouth to lay up.

The schr. D. Freeman, bound from Oswego to Toronto, and reported in last night's News as having reached here during the gale of Wednesday, is at Rudd's quarry, township of Pittsburg, where she will likely winter.

The schooners Ariadne, E. Blake and Persia have gone into moorings below the Cataraqui Bridge.

The schooner J.G. McGrath loaded pig iron at Holcomb and Stewart's wharf for Detroit, but owing to the adverse weather she will be compelled to winter here.

The schooner O.S. Storrs went up to Trenton, Bay of Quinte, last week for grain, and has been frozen in. The steamer Pierrepont leaves this evening to break the ice, and tow her to Kingston, if possible.

The schooner Lumina, loaded with barley, for Oswego, is also frozen in at Belleville.

The schr. Rising Star has also gone into winter quarters.

The schr. Luff and other vessels have been laid up at Clayton.

The following schooners have been laid up at Port Hope: Eliza Quinlan, Anna Craig, Caroline Marsh, John Stevenson, Sultan, Enterprise, Two Brothers, John A. Macdonald, Oddfellow, North Star, and steamer Norseman.

The schr. Russel Dart, ashore about 20 miles above Port Maitland, is stripped and abandoned.

Ashore - According to a despatch the bark Northwest has gone ashore at Port Hope. She was wheat laden and bound for Buffalo. Tug Quail was immediately despatched to her assistance with lighter and pump from Port Huron.

A tug with pump and hawser have gone from Detroit to the relief of the schr. Kate L. Bruce, ashore at Chickanola reef.

The schr. Flee is ashore at North Manistee.

Port Colborne, Nov. 28th - Down - Schr. G. Molleson, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; prop. Europe, Chicago, St. Catharines, do.; schr. Montauk, Buffalo, to winter here; J.R. Noyes, Chicago, Oswego, corn; steam barge Glasgow, Port Huron, Ogdensburg, lumber; schr. Cortez ?, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Lilly Parsons, do., do.; Maggie McRae, Port Colborne, Port Robinson, to winter; Havana, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Senator, Chicago, do.; prop. Georgian, Port Ryerse, Montreal, gen. cargo; Maine, Toledo, Ogdensburg, do.; steam canal boat S.D. Gibson, Port Colborne, Dunnville, coal.

Up - schr. C.G. Mixer.

Ran Back Today - schrs. Nevada and G.C. Finny.

The Welland Canal Frozen - St. Catharines, Nov. 29th - There is ice in the canal from two to three inches thick. The weather is cold.

The Gunboat Rescue - This steamer in accordance with the custom of the Government to lay up the gunboats at the different lake ports in winter, has taken up quarters at Hamilton. It is a significant fact to notice that the last time the Rescue entered that port, she carried a number of the wounded from Ridgway. The vessel was rebuilt during the present year. In the summer she was engaged in conveying troops to and from Kingston; since then she has been wrecking. A working crew remains on board during the winter under the command of Captain Thomson the sailing master.

p.3 Imports - Nov. 29th - Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).

p.4 low water in St. Lawrence. [Ogdensburg Advance and Gananoque Reporter]


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Date of Original:
Nov. 29, 1872
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 29, 1872