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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1873


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p.1 Marine News

Jones & Miller - Prop. Africa, 2,916 bush. wheat; California, Chicago, 4,334 bush. wheat.

Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - Propeller Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 18,000 bush. wheat.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Olive Branch, Brighton, 7,623 bushels of wheat; Ocean Wave, Hamilton, 5,488 bush. wheat.

James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Passport up, and Corsican and prop. Shickluna down. The schr. Morning Star is unloading coal.

Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The prop. Shickluna lightened 4,000 bush. wheat from Chicago.

Port Colborne, Oct. 7th - Down: Schrs. B. McPhee, Chatham, Kingston, wheat; Bismarck, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Garibaldi of Port Huron, Port Stanley, Kingston, wheat; Malta, Toledo, Kingston, timber; props. Acadia, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; Lake Ontario, do., do.

Up: Schrs. Admiral, Eureka, prop. Young America, schrs. Louisa, Wabash, Wave Crest, London, Alexander.

p.2 The Kingston Regatta - The owner of the Lady Kate writes to correct misapprehensions of a correspondent signing himself "Main Sheet" in the Kingston News, respecting the regatta at that place, in which it was stated that the protest in the second class race was a small piece of business, instigated by the Lady Kate. The owner of this yacht denies that he attached his name to the protest, but merely gave it as his opinion that it should be resailed, which opinion met the concurrence of the Sailing Committee. "Main Sheet" was whipping the Sailing Committee over the shoulders of the owner of the Lady Kate, which was very cowardly to say the least of it. He cited the Toronto regatta, and other instances, to show, that although not the instigator of the protest, that there were grounds for dissatisfaction; and which were of a similar nature to those arising at Kingston. In concluding, Mr. Henry states that if Phantom, of Kingston, or Sunberry, of Belleville, wants any more sailing, the Lady Kate "will not take back a seat," but will run Sunberry in heavy weather, and Phantom in any kind of weather the appointed day may bring forth. [Belleville Ontario]

Challenge Accepted - Mr. Henry Cunningham, owner of the Phantom, has accepted the challenge of the owner of the Lady Kate of Belleville. (+ ad)

Attempted Drowning - We learn that early this morning the schooner Two Friends attempted to drop anchor at the Canadian Engine and Machinery Works wharf. They were prevented doing so by the watchman named Robinson, who had orders to that effect. Two men of the schooner came ashore, and on Robinson remonstrating with them, they threw him into the water. He was rescued without hurt, and the police have instructions to look after the men.

-str. Alexandra arrives at Picton, description. [Picton Gazette]

ad - "Changed Hands" - Portsmouth Marine Railway - The subscriber begs to intimate to the Masters and Owners of Vessels, that, having leased the above Establishment for a term of years, he is prepared to Haul Out and Repair All Classes Of Vessels on the most reasonable terms and with despatch. Thomas Kelly, proprietor. Kingston, Oct. 6th, 1873


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Date of Original:
Oct. 8, 1873
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KN.21334
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 8, 1873