The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1874


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p.2 Marine Intelligence

The schr. Vision arrived from the Bay of Quinte with wood for Noble's woodyard.

St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - The schr. White Oak arrived from Toronto, with 12,735 bush. wheat. The barge Powerful left for Montreal, with 19,085 bush. wheat.

Waterwork's Wharf - The barge Clyde loaded with flagstone, from Rideau Canal, for Montreal.

Kingston Foundry Wharf - The tug Active, steam-barge Saxon, and str. Queen are here.

James Swift & Co. - The strs. Corsican and Picton passed up, Spartan down; and the Kincardine from Oswego; props. Lake Erie, and Georgian up.

The tug Admiral D.D. Porter, arrived from Hamilton, and took in coal; three steam-barges arrived with coal.

Montreal Transportation Co. - schr. Bullock, from Hamilton, with 11,485 bushels wheat; schr. Lewis Ross, from Toronto, with 16,316 bushels wheat; tug Elfin left with the Dreadnought, with 9,900 bushels wheat; Energy, 6,963 bushels wheat and 6,299 bushels peas; Relief, with 12,041 bushels wheat; Staghound, with 10,834 bushels wheat.

Port Colborne, May 23rd - Down: schrs. Montcalm, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Bay Trader, St. Williams, Welland, lumber; John Jewett, Cleveland, Toronto, stone; Pimlico, Chicago, Kingston, for Cork, corn; prop. Prussia, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; Sovereign, Milwaukee, St. Catharines, wheat; Queen of the Lake, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; M.J. Cummins, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; H.G. Cleveland, Cleveland, Prescott, stone; Antelope of St. Catharines, Cleveland, Kingston, lumber; G.C. Finney, Chicago, Ogdensburg, corn; C. Jeffrey, Cleveland, St. Catharines, coal; F.D. Barker, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; Madeira, Chicago, Oswego, corn.

Up: schr. N.B. Ogdens (sic), Ogdensburg, Buffalo, iron ore; prop. Ocean, Montreal, Chicago, gen. cargo; schrs. Ontario, Kingston, Kincardine, light; Thomas Simms, Hamilton, Toledo, light; E.J. McVea, Oswego, Chicago, coal; steam-barge Swallow, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; steam-barge Lincoln, Kingston, Chicago, light; barge Lisgar, do., do., do.; schrs. Lady Macdonald, Port Colborne, Chicago, light; J.H. Breck, Kingston, Toledo, do.; L.S. Hammond, Cape Vincent, Cleveland, ice; G.L. Wren, Oswego, Chicago, coal; barque Erie Belle, Kingston, Kincardine, merchandise.

The yacht race for Monday will start at 10 o'clock sharp from Carruthers' Wharf. It is expected that about ten boats will start, and the contest is likely to be an exciting one. The boats are to be restricted to mainsail, topsail and jib.

p.4 C.I. - 20th - Prop. Lake Ontario, J. McKay, 1 trunk and 2 bxs.; R. McLean, 5 bxs bacon, 20 bbls. pork; G. Robertson & Son, 10 bbls. stearne, 24 bbls. grease; S. Chown & Son, 136 rolls roofing paper; Coulthurst & McPhie, 16,020 bush. wheat.

Schr. Japan, Chicago, M.T. Co., 11,824 bush. wheat.

Schr. Northumberland, Milwaukee, M.T. Co., 14,300 bush. wheat.

Schr. E. Blake, do., Coulthurst & McPhie, 22,115 bush. corn.

Barque Arabia, Milwaukee, M.T. Co., 19,000 bush. wheat.

Prop. California, Milwaukee, Coulthurst & McPhie, 17,300 bush. wheat.

Schr. Jessie McDonald, Sodus, G. Chaffey & Bro., 188 tons coal.

Schr. Iona, Sodus, G. Chaffey & Bro., 130 tons coal.

19th - Schr. James Morris, Chicago, Jones & Miller, 17,151 bush. wheat.

Schr. Morning Star, Big Sodus, Folger Bros., 50 tons pig iron.


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Date of Original:
May 23, 1874
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 23, 1874