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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 21, 1873


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p.3 Custom Imports - May 21st - Schr. Czar, M.T. Co., 17,600 bush. wheat.

p.4 Marine News

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals: Gearing, Chicago, 6,058 bushels peas; schr. Czar, Milwaukee, 17,600 bush. wheat; tug Elfin, 3 barges, light. Departures: Barge Morton, 19,500 bush. wheat; barge Cruise, 10,000 bush. wheat; barge Amazon, 10,000 bush. wheat; Milwaukee, 21,988 bush. corn.

Messrs. James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamer Corinthian passed up last night, and the Spartan down this morning. The schooner John Wesley, with scrap iron, arrived from the Bay of Quinte, and prop. Lothair coaled here today.

The schooner Fanny is loading with the buoys intended for the harbour.

Port Colborne, May 20th - Down: Schrs. Reindeer, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; J. Scarth, Bay City, Clayton, timber; Garibaldi, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Pandora, Bay City, Kingston, staves; Clyde, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Magellan, do., Collins Bay, do.; Parsons, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Montauk, Chicago, do., do.; Maggie A. Muir, Wallaceburg, Clayton, timber; Shickluna, Erie, Toronto, coal; Mont Blanc, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Seaton, Toledo, Oswego, do.; Prince Alfred, Chicago, Kingston, do.

Up: Steambarge Laurel, schrs. Canada, Shandon, Frank Crawford, New Dominion of Quebec, Telegraph, Wm. Hunter, Two Brothers, prop. Empire, schrs. Wren, Jack, prop. Ocean, steambarge Wm. Cowie, bark Cecilia, prop. Europe, schrs. Arctic, Grace Whitney, steambarge Glasgow, schrs. Almeda, Louisa, Jane Ralston.

Deserved Compliment - Capt. Crawford, late of the steamer Rochester, is gaining golden opinions in the West. The Brighton Ensign says of him: "Captain Crawford has already won for himself the credit of being the most accommodating captain that we have ever had calling at this port, and is highly spoken of by all."

A case of importance to the shipping interest is lately reported. It has been held in the Court of Chancery for Ontario, that where one part owner of a ship took possession and expended in repairs more than the ship's earnings, the other part owner was not bound to contribute to the payment of the difference.

The cargo of the Renaud is being recovered. The paper belonging to Messrs. Buntin & Co., from their paper mills at Valleyfield, is saved. Much difficulty will be experienced in taking out the machinery. The Court of Enquiry in the case met today and adjourned till tomorrow, after merely organizing. Captain Rankin defends his conduct on the score of necessity.

A new vessel built by Taite for C.S. Wilson & Co., was launched on Saturday at Roblin's Mills, eight miles from Picton. She is a fine model, and will carry about 13,500 bushels of wheat or 400 tons of coal. She was sold to P.D. Conger of Toronto and C.J. Starling of Belleville, who intend to place her, together with five or six other vessels, in the coal trade between Cleveland and Toronto, and have named her the Starling.


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Date of Original:
May 21, 1873
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KN.21220
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 21, 1873