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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 27, 1873

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p.2 The Alexandra - This new steamer, on the Bay of Quinte and St. Lawrence route, will commence her trips on Monday next. She is said to be a very handsome and commodious boat, and will add greatly to the convenience of the residents of the Bay of Quinte. Her trips will be made weekly from Trenton to Montreal.

Montreal and Bay Of Quinte Line

The Ontario and Quebec Company's splendid Upper-Cabin


Capt. W.H. Morden,

Leaves Montreal for Bay of Quinte Ports every Tuesday at noon, leaving Kingston for same Ports at 7 o'clock a.m. every Thursday.

Downward Trips - Leaves Trenton at 6 o'clock a.m. every Fridaiy, calling at all ports, and leaving Kingston for Montreal at 9 o'clock the same evening, arriving in Montreal early on Saturday evening.

This Steamer has splendid Passenger and Freight accommodation.

Sept. 28th, 1873 A. Gunn & Co., Agents, Kingston

Marine News

Port Colborne, Sept. 26th, Down: Bark Southampton, Toledo, Kingston, timber; S. Amsden, St. Williams, Welland, lumber; Grace Channon, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; J.G. McGrath, Toledo, do.; City of New York, Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; London, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Louisa, Bay City, Cape Vincent, lumber; Craftsman, Bay City, Kingston, staves; M.A. Hall, Port Ryerse, Welland, lumber; steam-barge Herald, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; schrs. Fitzgerald, Milwaukee, Port Colborne, wheat; Lady Macdonald, do., do.; C. Jeffrey, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; prop. Scotia, Milwaukee, Montreal, wheat; Sovereign, do., do.; Prussia, do., do.; Ocean, do., do.

Up: schrs. Manzanilla, Geo. W. Davis, Victor, Surprise, J. Bigler, Wilcox, Eureka, Collier, Queen of the North, Marysburg, brig Powhatten, schrs. Madeira, Lillie Parsons, Young America, schr. Orient, bark Arctic, schrs. E. Fitzgerald, Lady McDonald.

The Maud - In our report of the yacht race yesterday we omitted to mention that the steamer Maud made a trip or two out of the harbour to enable parties to see the race. It was not, however, sufficiently well patronized to be kept up. The band of A. Battery was on board, and under the leadership of Mr. A.H. Rackett discoursed excellent music. While the Maud was going out of the harbour the United States steamer Addie came into Swift's wharf to coal. As she passed, the band played "Yankee Doodle," which was responded to by dipping the ensign.

That Whistle Again - That tug made another row at the bridge last night. We hope some means will be taken at once to put a stop to this at night.

p.4 Customs Imports - Sept. 26th - Schr. D.G. Frost, Chicago, 23,331 bush. wheat, M.T. Co.

Schr. Trumpff, Chicago, 22,782 bush. wheat, M.T. Co.

Schr. Greenwood, Cleveland, 8,575 bush. wheat, Coulthurst & McPhie.

Schr. Gladstone, Port Huron, W.I. and pipe staves, Jones & Miller.

Schr. American, Milwaukee, 5,795 bush. wheat, do.

Schr. B.W. Folger, Little Sodus, 250 tons coal, J. Swift & Co.

Schr. Morning Star, Little Sodus, 114 tons coal, do.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 27, 1873