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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1873

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p.1 Marine News

Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The prop. Enterprise arrived from Port Dalhousie with 20,482 bush. wheat. The barge B., with 13,728 bush. wheat, and barge Oneida with 4,268 bush. wheat and 13,011 bush. corn, left for Montreal.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - schr. Victor, Port Elgin, 17,000 bush. wheat, for Holcomb & Stewart; Octavia, Toronto, 5,270 bush. wheat. The tug Glide arrived with four barges light.

Messrs. James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The str. Corsican and props. America and Lake Erie passed up. The str. Passport passed down.

The schr. Alpha was launched from the Marine Railway yesterday after getting repairs, and a barge of the Montreal Transportation Co. was hauled up for repairs.

Application for a decision having been made by a citizen of Sodus Point, on Lake Ontario, the Treasury Department has decided that a ferry-boat of Canadian build cannot be run in an American harbour.

For Lake Ontario - The tug Hector, which has been employed for several years in towing on the lakes and rivers hereabouts, has, we learn, been chartered by Lake Ontario parties to tow rafts in these waters, and will soon take her departure for that locality. It is understood she will remain there until the fall. [Detroit Tribune]

Port Colborne, June 12th - Down: schrs. Penokee, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; City of Manitowag, Milwaukee, Kingston, do.; Canadian, Port Dover, Kingston, do.; Adrionatie (sic), Chicago, Kingston, do.; prop. Granite State, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Bristol, Port Stanley, Montreal, gen. cargo; schrs. Dangerfield, Toledo, Ogdensburg, wheat.

Up: schrs. Schuyler, E. Hennessy, C.W. Smith, Rising Star, Star, M.G. Merrich, Smith & Post, D.T. Fort, Laura Belle, Olive Branch, Wenettee; prop. Champion; schrs. E. Cohen, E. Quinlan, Ocean Wave, J. Ralston, Queen of the Lakes, L. Cook, Union Jack, J.P. Mack; barque Cecilia, schr. Sweepstakes, L. Lamb, Comell, J. Berry, Philo Bennett, tug Metamora; schrs. Wild Rover, New Dominion of Toronto, R. Drud (Dowd, Doud ?), W.J. Greenwood.

p.4 Customs Imports - June 11th - Schr. Garibaldi, Bay City, Coulthurst & Macphie, 61,320 staves.

Prop. Acadia, Duluth, M.T. Co., 2,975 bush. wheat.

June 12th - Schr. Europe, Milwaukee, A. Gunn & Co., 10 bbls. pork.

Schr. America, Montreal, S. Muckleston & Co., 3 pkgs. h. ware; Webber & Co., 1 case.

June 13th - steam barge Norman, Oswego, M.T. Co., 250 tons coal; Fraser & George, 100 wheelbarrows.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1873