The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1873

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p.1 Marine News

Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - Schr. D.M. Foster, Bay City, Mich., 22,000 pipe staves, 6,000 West India staves. The barge Jane left with 18,880 West India staves and 17,100 pipe staves.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 18,610 bush. corn; schr. John T. Mott, Chicago, 19,600 bush. corn; prop. America lightened 4,000 bush. corn from Toledo; schr. Hoboken, Chicago, 19,607 bush. corn. Cleared: Barges Amazon, 9,450 bush. wheat; Index, 6,770 bush. wheat; Waverley, 10,575 bush. wheat and 1,122 bush. peas; Dauntless, 11,534 bush. wheat; Montreal, 20,100 bush. wheat; Cayuga, 18,583 bush. wheat. Schr. Annie Mulvey left with 263 tons of railroad iron for the Air Line, Welland Canal.

James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Abyssinian and Spartan and prop. America passed up; and steamers Corinthian and Athenian and prop. Bristol down. The schr. Morning Star arrived with 110 tons coal from Oswego.

Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The schr. Jessie Macdonald, Wellington, 4,300 bushels peas.

The Francis Smith arrived from Brockville with 70,000 feet lumber for W. McRossie.

Port Colborne, July 31st, Down: Schrs. Magdala, Malden, Clayton, staves; Wanatee, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; steam-barge Kincardine, Erie, Toronto, coal; David Andrews, do., do., coal; tug Matawom (sic), Bay City, Kingston, tow; barges Russell, do., timber; Benson, do., do.; Manley, do., do.; prop. Lake Michigan, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; schrs. J.G. McGrath, Chicago, Oswego, grain; steam barge J.P. Cross, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; barges L.J. Crocker, do., do.; Albany, do., do.; Lester, do., do.

Up: schrs. Panokee, Anglo Saxon, Cecilia, prop. Lake Ontario, schr. D. Lyons, prop. Lawrence, schrs. Wm. Sanderson, props. Canada, Empire State, schr. C.C. Trowbridge, barques London, Norway, schrs. J. Wade, Sterling, Fenton, Nevada, Peerless, Cavalier, Wave Crest, Marysburg, Paragon, Olive Branch, J.P. Mack, barque British Lion.

p.2 Ashore - The tug Admiral D.D. Porter went ashore on Oak Point. The tugs Hiram A. Calvin and Lady Franklin went to her assistance, and got her off. A light is wanted very much on this point; but although petitions have been sent to the Minister of Marine for this purpose, they have not been attended to.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 1, 1873