The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 25, 1875

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p.2 Marine News

The harbour this morning was very dull, there being no arrivals to report.

Montreal Transportation Co. - Cleared per tug Bronson, Cleveland, 17,600 bush. wheat; Energy, 11,380 bush. wheat; Toledo, 20,983 bush. wheat; Advance, 12,800 bush. wheat; Consort, 9,339 bush. wheat; Harvest, 15,887 bush. wheat; Princess, 21,100 bush. wheat; Odessa, 13,300 bush. wheat.

J. Swift's Wharf - Arrived - strs. Algerian from Montreal; Lake Erie, do.; the City of Kingston left for Ottawa.

The prop. America lost her rudder in the sill of one of the locks of the Morrisburg Canal. She is now lying in the river awaiting a new rudder.

The Shoal - Blasting operations on the shoal in front of Gunn & Co.'s wharf have been suspended for the season, and the working materials have been stored in the shipyard until next spring.

The Oswego Belle - This new boat intended to ply between the Bay of Quinte and Oswego is expected to be launched on Wednesday. After receiving the finishing touches she will proceed to Oswego and from thence to Belleville.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 25, 1875