The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 8, 1875

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p.2 On The Ways - The schr. R. Gaskin has been hauled out at the Marine Railway for repairs. She has seen much service in the lake trade, and no doubt wants a little looking after.

Last Trips - The steamer Alexandra is to make her last trip to Montreal today, leaving Montreal on Thursday, the 11th. The Picton will make a trip in the following week, leaving Belleville on the 15th. The schooner Oliver Mowat is aground at Belleville.

Got Off - After several days hard work, the schooner David Andrews has been hauled off by the tugs Chieftain and Sherwood and the steambarge Ivanhoe.

Marine Notes

The arrivals this morning are from Canadian ports, there being none reported from the canal.

Montreal Transportation Co. - Caledonia, Cobourg, 4,421 bush. wheat; Tenesia, Colborne, 7,288 wheat; A. Falconer, Toronto, 12,744 bush. wheat; tug Bronson with barges Corncrib and Harvest, the latter with 700 sacks of salt.

J. Swift's Wharf - Algerian from Montreal; Zealand from Montreal; Nile from Rideau Canal; Canada from Hamilton.

Holcomb & Stewart - tug Wren with barges Star No. 1, 1,507 steel rails; Finch, 369 bbls. fish plates, and 1,000 steel rails; Martin, 245 bbls. fish plates, and 1,003 steel rails; Annie light; schr. Minnie Davis from Fairhaven, 275 tons stove coal to be transhipped to Montreal.

p.3 Customs Imports - Nov. 8th - Schr. M. Davis, Fairhaven, Holcomb & Co., 275 tons coal.

Schr. Flora Jane, Charlotte, James Swift, 99 tons coal.

The schooners Tecumseh, Ontario and Todman have been put into winter quarters at Goderich.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 8, 1875