The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1873

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p.1 Marine News

The steamer Corsican passed down from Hamilton and Toronto for Montreal, with a full load of passengers and freight.

Regular traffic has been resumed on the Rideau Canal. The first arrival of the mosquito fleet is reported today. They are laden with wood for the Royal Mail Line.

The new steamer Utica, of Clayton, touched here on Saturday on a special trip.

The St. Lawrence Canals are all open now for business.

The schooner Eliza Quinlan is discharging her cargo of grain at McPhie's.

Given Up - A special despatch from Sandusky of the 30th, says the schooner Wanderer, ashore on Kelley Island, has been abandoned by the underwriters as a total loss.

The schooner M. Drayton, Capt. Covill, from Kingston with rye for Irwin & Sloan has been ice-bound since Friday of last week. She went into the ice near Little Sodus and drifted with it until today, when she was pulled out by a tug and brought into Oswego.

Port of Chicago, April 30th - Cleared: barque Summer Cloud, Kingston, 22,500 bush. corn; barque Emerald, Kingston, 21,774 bush. corn; schrs. Camanche, Prescott, 19,200 bush. corn; W.T. Allen, Port Colborne, 14,900 bush. corn.

Port of Milwaukee, April 30th - Cleared: schrs. Surprise, Ogdensburg, 13,350 bush. wheat; P.B. Locke, Kingston, 21,500 bush. wheat; Gold Hunter, Port Colborne, 16,571 bush. wheat; schr. Typo, Kingston, 20,750 bush. wheat.

The schooner Dashing Wave was today hauled out for repairs at W. Power & Co.'s shipyard.

The tug Wren left here last evening for Montreal with four barges containing 73,000 bushels of corn and wheat.

Port Colborne, May 5th - Down: Schooner Wacouta (sic - Wacousta ?), Cleveland, Toronto, coal; propeller Bristol, Toledo, Montreal, general cargo; schr. Azov, Toledo, Kingston, corn; prop. Dromedary, Toledo, Montreal, general cargo; schrs. Albacore, Toledo, Kingston, corn; H.P. Murray, do., do.; Lucky, Detroit, Ogdensburg, lumber; Almedia, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Union Jack, Toledo, Kingston, staves; Maumee Valley, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; Belle, Port Ryerse, Oswego, wheat; Thomas Simms, Detroit, Oswego, corn; Grenada, Toledo, Kingston, corn; J. McLeod, Toledo, Kingston, corn and wheat; Miami Belle, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Oriental, do., timber; Sarah Jane, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; props. Argyle, Chicago, Montreal, general cargo; Shickluna, do., do.; schrs. New Dominion, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; John Wesley, Toledo, Kingston, corn; L.T. Atwater, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Arctic, Toronto, Kingston, corn; Telegraph, Toledo, Oswego, corn.

Up - schrs. Sweepstakes, Sweden, Trinidad, E. Brother, J.B. Penfield, Smith & Post, Augustus Ford, Florida, barque Mary Jane, prop. Akron, schrs. Ontario, Morning Light, , Alma, schrs. Munroe, Lincoln, Doll Northumberland.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1873