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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1873


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Coulthurst & Macphie's wharf - Arrived: schr. N. Grant, Toronto, 9,929 bush. corn; Sibilla, Toronto, 9,550 bush. corn; Jura, Toronto, 5,650 bush. corn. Cleared: Barge Tuscarora, 19,065 bush. wheat; Tiger, 12,061 bush. wheat; M.A. Grant, 11,213 bush. wheat; Mohawk, 3,462 bush. wheat and 19,500 bush. corn; Seneca, 1, 89 (sic) bush. corn and 17,000 bush. wheat; schr. Eliza Quinlan, Hamilton, 1,980 iron chairs, 40 cases bolts and nuts and 1,368 bdls. fish plates.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Schr. Prince Alfred, Chicago, 18,054 bush. wheat; Hercules, Toronto, 13,990 bush. wheat; Valentine, Toledo, 16,853 bush. corn; B. Parsons, Toledo, 14,526 bush. corn; prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 20,347 bush. corn; schr. Ocean Wave, Hamilton, 4,781 bush. wheat; Kate Whitby, 5,943 bush. peas; prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 22,000 bush. wheat; Julia, Toledo, 13,700 bush. corn.

Messrs. James Swift & Co.'s wharf - Passed up: strs. Picton, Corsican, Corinthian, props. City of Chatham, Dothair, R.W. Standly. Passed down: strs. Magnet, Spartan, Passport and Picton. The barge Alabama is unloading flour from the steamer Georgian, ashore near Gananoque.

The Grace Murray, which went ashore on Salmon Shoals a few days ago has been towed in. She is leaking badly, and will be docked at the Marine Railway today.

Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The barge Martin, Montreal, 12,000 bush. wheat. The prop. Shickluna lightened, and left for Montreal with 3,500 bush. wheat from Southampton.

Port Colborne, May 24th - Down: Schrs. America, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; New Dominion of Quebec, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Westside, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Maize, Toledo, Ogdensburg, corn; props. Empire, Toledo, do., gen. cargo; Shickluna, Southampton, Montreal, do.; M. Filmore, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; H. Rooney, Toledo, Kingston, timber.

Up: Schrs. S.D. Hungerford, J.H. Hartzell, Enterprise, Magdala, Antelope of Hamilton, barges F. Russell, H. Benson, schr. Geo. Manley, props. Champlain, Ben Franklin, Eureka, Sweden, Enterprise, Akron, schr. Alexander, prop. A. Munroe, schrs. Albatross, Denmark, Mary Jeffrey, prop. Bruno, schr. Norway.

A Trip to Watertown - on Maud through Wolfe Island canal to Cape Vincent - canal needs deepening.

St. Catharines, May 27th - The propeller Enterprise has just made a very quick trip. She left Port Dalhousie on Friday evening, the 16th inst., went to Kingston, discharged 22,200 bushels of corn, and arrived at Port Dalhousie Elevator on Sunday morning the 18th, at 6:30, making the round trip in 35 1/2 hours.


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Date of Original:
May 27, 1873
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KN.21223
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English
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1873