The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1874

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p.2 Marine Intelligence

James Swift & Co.'s wharf - str. Norseman from Rochester; Passport from Hamilton; Alexandra from Belleville; prop. Scotia from Montreal; U.S. survey steamer Ada coaled here; str. Bohemian left for Montreal; steambarge Enterprise from Belleville; str. Corsican from Montreal.

Jones & Millar's wharf - Arrivals: barges Alice Pacy, Odessa, Princess and Virginia arrived up light from Montreal; prop. Lake Erie from Chicago with 5,000 bush. corn.

Barges - Messrs. Jones & Millar have had added two new barges to their stock, making in all five this season.

Port Colborne, Aug. 5th - Down: schr. Victor, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Paragon, Ashtabula, Toronto, coal; prop. R.W. Standly, Toledo, Montreal, corn; Granite State, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; tug Admiral Porter, Cleveland, Toronto; prop. Bristol, Toledo, Montreal, corn; schr. Mary Grover, Picton.

Up: prop. Cleveland, Ogdensburg, Toledo, gen. cargo; schr. Mary Lyons, Oswego, Chicago, coal; L. Andrews, do., do., do.; Prince Alfred, do., do., do.; Florida, do., do., do.; H.W. Hoag, Oswego, Toledo, cement; Monticello, Fair Haven, Chicago, coal; Emen (sic), Kingston, Ashtabula, iron ore; E. Blake, Kingston, Chicago, salt; M.L. Breck, Kingston, Sheboygan, light; E.T. Martin, Cobourg, Cleveland, iron ore; Sarah Jane, Toronto, Pt. Colborne, lumber; prop. Canada, Hamilton, Toledo, lumber; schr. Fanny Campbell, Pt. Dalhousie, Toledo, light; Star, St. Catharines, blank, light; barge Judd, Pt. Colborne, Chicago, light; Jones, do., do., do.; schr. Maria Shaw, Pt. Colborne, Cleveland, light; Antelope of St. Catharines, Pt. Dalhousie, Kincardine, light; Two Brothers, Toronto, Cleveland, light; prop. Ocean, Montreal; schrs. Smith and Post, Oswego, Detroit, coal; prop. Africa, Hamilton, Toledo, light; barque Alexander, Collins Bay, Bay City, light; schr. A. Muir, Kingston, Toledo, light; China of Hamilton, Kingston, Bay City, light; W.B. Oades, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; Turner & Keller, prop. Brooklyn.

Up fleet, wind bound all day. Vessels are leaving this evening.

p.3 Ashore - A telegram from Milford, dated the 1st inst., states that the yacht Gorilla is ashore at South Bay Point, but is not damaged much. She went ashore about 10 o'clock on Tuesday morning.

The Yacht Foam - The body found six miles from the mouth of the Niagara River on the Canadian shore, on Monday, was identified as that of Mr. Taylor, one of the crew of the ill-fated yacht Foam. Mr. T. Brown of the Palace, fortunately happened to be at Niagara, and identified the body by an eye-glass and certain other articles upon it. The features were past recognition. The remains of the deceased were buried with the other bodies in Niagara churchyard by the Rev. Dr. McMurray on Monday afternoon.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 6, 1874