The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1875

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p.3 The propeller Phil Sheridan went ashore on Monday morning in a snow storm at Sand Point, Lake Superior.

Marine Notes

Montreal Transportation Co. - Arrived - tug Glide left with barges Detroit, 19,400 bush. wheat; Hawk, 11,800 bush. wheat and peas; schr. Richardson, for Prescott.

J. Swift's Wharf -

Port Colborne, Oct. 28th - Up - Schr. E. Blake, Toronto, Chicago, barley; S.B. Conklin, Charlotte, Erie, iron ore; A.W. Luckey, Ogdensburg, Erie, iron ore; Watertown, Rochester, Milwaukee, coal; prop. Ocean, Toronto, Chicago, barley; schr. Elvina, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; Jennie White, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; Dundee, Belleville, Port Stanley, railroad iron; C.H. Walker; canal boat H.B. Moore; schr. Perry White.

Down: schr. Jessie Scarth; steam barge Lincoln, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; barge Lisgar, do., do., do.

In harbour - schr. Erie Belle, A.W. Luckey, E. Blake, C.H. Walker, tug Crowell, and canal boat Moore.

Up fleet left this morning.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 29, 1875