The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 12, 1874

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p.1 Marine Intelligence

*St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - repeated from June 9th.

*Montreal Transportation Co. - repeated from June 9th.

*James Swift & Co. - repeated from June 9th.

*Holcomb & Stewart - repeated from June 9th.

A. MacPhie's wharf - Arrived: prop. Lincoln, Milwaukee, 16,000 bush. wheat; schr. Lisgar, Milwaukee, 20,600 bush. wheat; schr. Sarah Jane, Port Dalhousie, 10,000 bush. wheat.

Montreal Transportation Co. - prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 16,973 bush. wheat; tug Elfin with barges Royal Oak, Colborne, Montreal and Lancaster.

James Swift & Co. - The steamers Passport and Osprey up; and Corsican down, and Kincardine left for Oswego.

Port Colborne, June 11th - Down: schrs. Caking (sic), Chicago, Port Colborne, wheat; Melrose, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Sweepstakes, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; prop. Nashua, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.

Up: schr. Caking, Port Colborne, Chicago, light; Marysburg, Toronto, Cleveland, do.; Erie Belle, Kingston, Chicago, do.; O. Mowat, Kingston, Cleveland, do.; Laura, do., Bay City, do.; prop. Georgian, Montreal, Port Stanley, gen. cargo; schrs. S.S. Mott, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; Emeu ?, Fairhaven, do., do.; coal; North Star, Cobourg, do., iron ore; W.G. Grant, Oswego, Detroit, coal; barque Montmorency, Clayton, Detroit, light; schooner New Dominion of Toronto, Toronto, Ashtabula, light; T.R. Merrill, Kingston, Toledo, light; Wm. Raynor, Oswego, do., salt; Louisa, Collins Bay, Bay City, light; Turner & Haller, Rochester, Chicago, coal; prop. Ocean, Montreal, do., gen. cargo; prop. Brooklyn, Ogdensburg, do., do.; schrs. T. Simms, Oswego, do., do., coal; C.G. Mixer, do., do., coal; barque G. Thurston, Lady Macdonald, schrs. Albacore, Queen of the Lakes; Smith & Post, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Sam Amsden, Toronto, Port Dalhousie, light; barque Cecilia, Kingston, Kingsville, do.; schr. J. Mullen, Oswego, Detroit, coal; H.B. Moore.

p.2 Dismasted - The Captain of the brig. Rooney, which arrived in port this afternoon, reports having passed a dismasted schooner off Long Point, supposed to be the Fearless.

Cobourg Harbour - The tender of Messrs. Row and Coyle of Brockville has been accepted, Messrs. Baker & Sulton to whom the tender was first given being in default.

The Dauntless - The yacht Dauntless, which had been purchased by a few gentlemen of Belleville, has arrived in Kingston and will proceed to her destination.

p.3 From Garden Island - Capt. Shortt, of the brig Henry Rooney, arrived today with a cargo of timber, and reported having passed a vessel off Long Point, Lake Ontario, with foremast, bowsprit and jibboom carried away. She was head to wind, a two-reefed mainsail and fore staysail leading from mainmast forward, vessel beariing south-west off Long Point. He thinks it was the Peerless, belonging to Folger Bros., of Kingston.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 12, 1874