The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 10, 1874


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p.2 Looking Up - Private telegrams from Detroit indicate that marine matters are looking up at that port quite lively. Several vessels are reported to have been loading on Sunday last.

Marine Intelligence

Jones & Millar's wharf - barge Mona from Montreal with 3,000 bags salt.

James Swift & Co.'s wharf - steamer Passport from Hamilton; prop. Lake Michigan from Hamilton; R.W. Standly from Sodus; Georgian from Pt. Stanley; steamer Magnet from Rochester; prop. America from Montreal.

An Orthodox Bill of Lading - The following is a copy of an old time bill of lading, now in the possession of Luther Dane, of Newburyport, Mass. The bill is dated "June, 1726," and begins: "Shipped by the grace of God, in good order and well-conditioned, by Wm. Pepperills, on their own acct. and risque, in and upon the good Briga, called the William, whereof is master under God for this present voyage George King, and now riding at anchor in the river of Piscataqua, and by God's grace bound for Barbadoes," and then follows the freight, lumber, shingles, oak staves; timber, fish, yokes, and bows, winding up, and so God send the good Briga to her desired port in safety. [Chicago Inter-Ocean, 5th]

The recent storm on the upper lakes was quite severe, but was attended with comparatively little disaster. Several accidents occurred, but none were of a very serious nature.

The prospect at Chicago for an advance in freight is more hopeful, if not more probable, than it has been for several days.

Twenty-one charters were made on the 4th inst.

Port Colborne, Sept. 9th - Down: prop. Lawrence, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. San Jacinto, do., Pt. Colborne, wheat.

Up: tug Oskeson, Buffalo, Pt. Colborne, and return, canal corn; E.M. Blasie, do., do.; schr. G.M. Neelon, Kingston, Chicago, light; Miami Belle, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Magellan, St. Catharines, Pt. Huron, chain; Elvina, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; Maize, Ogdensburg, Toledo, light; barque Fanny Campbell, Collins Bay; barge J. Marks, Ogdensburg, Muskegon, light; Albany, do., do., do.; Lester, do., do., do.; Keating, do., Toledo, do.; Hale, do., do., do.; schr. Emea ?, Toronto, Cleveland, do.; Turner & Kellr, Oswego, Chicago, salt; W.S. Grant, Charlotte, Detroit, coal; San Jacinto, Pt. Colborne, Alpena, do.; Wave Crest, Thorold, Windsor, do.; Glasgow, Ogdensburg, Muskegon, gen. cargo.

p.4 ad - Cape Vincent, Gananoque, Garden Island and Wolfe Island Steamboat Route - 1874 - Maud, Pierrepont and Watertown - change of time. Sept. 10th


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Date of Original:
Sept. 10, 1874
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 10, 1874