The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1873

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Jones & Miller's wharf - The barges America and Alabama leave this evening for Montreal with 37,000 bush. wheat. The schrs. Atlanta and Senator Blood have left for Oswego light to load coal.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrived: shrs. Cortez, Milwaukee, 17,800 bush. wheat; Delos de Wolf, Milwaukee, 17,000 bush. wheat; Lisgar, Milwaukee, 21,000 bush. wheat; prop. Lincoln, Milwaukee, 16,000 bush. wheat. The tug Elgin arrived with five barges light. Cleared: the tug Glide left with barges Kinghorn, 18,479 bush. wheat; Max, 7,129 bush. corn; Utility, 12,100 bush. corn; Burgess, 11,200 bush. wheat; Friend, 7,800 bush. wheat; Dreadnought, 10,000 bush. wheat. The tug Elgin leaves this evening with barges Wheat Bin, 19,613 bush. wheat; Lorne, 16,000 bush. wheat; and Detroit, 21,000 bush. wheat.

Messrs. James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The strs. Corinthian and Abyssinian passed up on Saturday evening; the Passport and Athenian down on Sunday morning, and the Magnet up on Sunday evening. The str. Osprey and props. America, Indian, and Sovereign passed down, and the St. Lawrence up. The tug Rescue coaled here on Saturday.

Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The schr. Jane McLeod arrived from Kincardine with 13,800 bush. wheat.

The schr. Francis Smith, from Brockville, and the steambarge Rose, from Rideau Canal, have arrived with 220,000 feet lumber for W. McRossie.

Port Colborne, July 4th - Down: prop. Lake Ontario, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; schrs. Alvina, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Southampton, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Gladstone, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; O.S. Storrs, Cleveland, Kingston, coal; Alexander, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Queen of the Lakes, Northport.

Up: schrs. J.T. Mott, L. Casey, Hungarian, Heather Belle, John S. Clark, Arial, Sweet Home, Knight Templar, W.F. Greenwood, Blake.

Port Colborne, July 5th - Down: prop. Lawrence, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; schrs. Linnie Powell, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; James Scott, Port Ryerse, Port Colborne, lumber; Eureka, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Vector, Port Elgin, Kingston, wheat; Mary Jane, Bear Creek, Kingston, lumber; prop. Bristol, Marqueth, Montreal, pig iron.

Up: prop. Oswegatchie; schrs. Mary Grover, Eliza Lulan, J. Williard, Union Jack, J.Y. Mott, Olive Branch, A. Falconer, Almeda, Louisa, M.A. Whur (sic - Muir ?), Hoag, Morning Star, F.A. Barker, props. Lake Erie and Empire.

Yacht Oriole - arrived from Toronto yesterday; left for Lower Provinces today.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1873