The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 23, 1875

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p.2 Marine Notes

Jones & Millar - prop. City of St. Catharines lighted 3,500 bush. wheat; schr. R. Morewood, Detroit, 17,600 bush. wheat; left, barge Odessa, 13,000 bush. wheat, 30,000 feet timber; barge Princess, 21,000 bush. wheat.

St. Lawrence and Chicago Co. - left per tug Jessie Hall - barges Jones, 12,000 bush. wheat; Kansas, 21,045 bush. wheat; Onondaga, 17,418 bush. wheat; Albert, 12,236 bush. wheat; Nebraska, 21,315 bush. wheat; Victoria, 12,300 bush. wheat.

Montreal Transportation Co. - The tug Bronson arrived with barges Cleveland, Harvest, Energy and Rapid, light.

J. Swift's Wharf - Arrived - strs. Corsican from Montreal; City of St. Catharines from Detroit; Magnet from Hamilton; Kincardine from Oswego.

Gunn & Co. - Alexander from Montreal; Prussia from Montreal; schr. Wm. Stokes, from Sackett's Harbour, with fruit and vegetables; Queen, from Gananoque; Rochester from Belleville.

Holcomb & Stewart's Wharf - Arrived - schr. Lady Macdonald, Port Burwell, 17,000 bush. wheat and peas.

Port Colborne, Oct. 23rd - Down - schrs. Madeira, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Laura, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Canada, Wallaceburg, Kingston, timber; Jane McLeod, Kincardine, Kingston, wheat; barque Geo. Thurston, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.

Up: schrs. Lillie Parsons, Rochester, Racine, coal; Undine, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; prop. City of Toledo, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, gen. cargo; schrs. Ella Murton, Hamilton, Cleveland, pig iron; W.H. Oades, Rochester, Cleveland, pig iron; Queen of the North, Toronto, Cleveland, barley; Watchful, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; Hattie Wells, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Wm. Holme, Charlotte, Chicago, coal.

In Harbour - schrs. Undine, Maggie, Hattie Wells, Prince Edward, getting new foremast; M.C. Cameron, taking ballast; W.H. Oades, Watchful and Dauntless.

Yesterday's fleet left early this morning.

Fatal Accident - On Wednesday evening while Capt. John Malcomsom, owner of the propeller Acadia, of Hamilton, belonging to the Western Express Line, was endeavouring to get aboard his vessel which was lying alongside the barque Strathearn, he accidently fell between the wharf and the latter vessel, receiving such injuries as resulted in his death at seven o'clock on Thursday morning.

The steamer Picton ran on Rose's Bar, half a mile west of Bath, last night, in a heavy fog, and was easily got off this morning by the steamer Alexandria. No damage was sustained.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 23, 1875