The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1874


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p.2 Marine Intelligence

Holcomb & Stewart - schr. Wood Duck, from Wellington Square, 4,614 bush. wheat; prop. Scotia, from Chicago, 3,700 bush. wheat. Departure per Tug Line - barge Linnet, 16,500 bush. wheat and corn.

James Swift & Co. - strs. Corsican from Montreal; Picton from Montreal; Kincardine from Oswego; Spartan from Hamilton. Steam-barges Kitty Friel and Nile left for Ottawa.

Montreal Transportation Co. - schrs. Flying Scud, from Hamilton, 4,000 bush. wheat; Cossack, from Chicago, 18,000 bush. wheat; Sarah Jane, from Pt. Dalhousie, 9,932 bush. wheat.

St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - prop. Oswegotchie, from Milwaukee, 11,500 bush. wheat; schr. Belle McPhie, from Toronto, 5,786 bush. wheat; prop. Enterprise from Pt. Dalhousie, 22,382 bush. wheat; schr. Madeira, from Milwaukee, 18,500 bush. wheat; schr. Reindeer, from Milwaukee, 20,100 bush. wheat; schr. Elvina, from Milwaukee, 17,500 bush. wheat.

Port Colborne, June 26th - Up: schr. Eureka of Montreal, Toronto, Ashtabula, light; D.G. Fort, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; J.G. McGrath, Collins Bay, Bear Creek, light; Corsican, Oswego, Toledo, light; W.H. Oades, Oswego, Detroit, coal; prop. Champlain, Oswego, Chicago, gen. cargo; schrs. Manzanilla, Collins Bay, Bay City, light; D. Lyons, Oswego, Chicago, salt; Starling, Cobourg, Ashtabula, iron ore; Telegraph, Oswego, Toledo, light; M.F. Merrick, Oswego, Detroit, light; steam-barge Wm. Cowie, Oswego, Saginaw, light; steam-barge Tecumseh, Port Colborne, Milwaukee, light; barque British Lion, Kingston, Traverse City, light; scow Wake Up, schrs. J.R. Benson, Augusta.

Down: schr. Blazing Star, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; W.Y. Emery, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Star, Cleveland, St. Catharines, coal; Union Jack, Sebawing, Kingston, staves; Lillie Pratt, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Jane Ralston, Toledo, Ogdensburg, lumber; Nevada, Chicago, Kingston, corn; China of Hamilton, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Perry White, Ashtabula, Welland, coal; Orkney Lass, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Hattie Howard, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; City of Manitowac, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Knight Templar, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Trinidad, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Paragon, Ashtabula, Toronto, coal; Bermuda of Picton, Leamington, Oshawa, wood; O.M. Bond, Chicago, Kingston, corn; prop. Sovereign, Milwaukee, St. Catharines, wheat; schr. Anglo-Saxon, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Cambria, Dresden, Collins Bay, timber; Mystic Star, Chicago, Oswego, corn; brig H. Rooney, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Thos. Parsons, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Azoo (sic - Azov ?), Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Jenny White, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Morning Light, Detroit, Kingston, wheat; Laura Belle, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; Ann Maria, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Lamb, Toledo, Kingston, corn; brig. E. Cohen, Chicago, Kingston, wheat.

At elevator - brig City of Tawas. To discharge, schr. David A. Wells, Montauk, Itasca, M.J. Cummings, Penokee, to light.

The Detroit River Tug Pringle left this p.m. with four vessels in tow; also the steam barge Tecumseh with four or five vessels. Up vessels all left and leaving now. Some fifteen of the down vessels to lock into canal yet.

Raised - The schooner Annie Falconer, sunk in the canal near Port Colborne, was raised on Saturday by pumping. The work was done under the supervision of Captain Douglas, of the Western Insurance Company.

ad - Dominion Day - Excursion to Alexandria Bay - The Splendid Steamer Rochester will make an excursion to the Thousand Island House and other splendid hotels at Alexandria Bay. The steamer will go down by the Canadian and return by the American Channel, thus giving a rare chance of viewing the magnificent scenery of the Thousand Islands. State Rooms may be secured. Gents tickets 50 cents. Ladies tickets 25 cents.

p.3 Port Colborne, 25th - One of the quickest trips on record has just been made by the propeller Scotia, Capt. Scott. Leaving Port Colborne, he ran to Chicago, discharged his load of merchandize at two different places, reloaded, and returned to the canal in the remarkably short time of eight days and seventeen hours.

Steamer Celtic - This new and elegant Canadian steamer, of the Merchants' and Lake and River Steamship Line, running between Toronto, Hamilton and Montreal, arrived here this morning, being her second trip to this port. She was built at Hamilton, and is owned by A.E.D. McKay, of that city. In her construction all of the modern improvements have been introduced, and her accommodations for the travelling public are all that could be desired. Her cabins, which are beautifully furnished, are heated with steam, and the bath rooms are supplied with cold and hot water. The state rooms are of good size, well furnished, and each have two cork life-preservers. The Celtic is in command of Capt. Taylor, and is now loading with merchandize at the Northern Transportation Co.'s warehouse for Toronto and Hamilton.

The Outlook - A number of vessels, grain carriers of all sizes, are lying idle at our docks, unable to obtain cargoes at remunerative rates, and in the opinion of several of our leading vessel men some of them will be compelled to remain idle until the new crop begins to move. The outlook for owners of vessel property becomes rapidly worse, and there is now scarcely a hope of realizing anything upon property of this description the present season. [Milwaukee Wisconsin]


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Date of Original:
June 27, 1874
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 27, 1874