The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1875

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p.2 Marine Notes

The harbour is exceedingly quiet, there being no arrivals to report save that of the tug H.E. Bronson with barges Corncrib, Energy, Lorne, Montreal, Chicago, and Cayuga. This is the last tow of the season for the M.T. Company.

The schooner Benedict is loading 11,000 bushels barley at Richardson's, and this will be the last shipment of the season.

The steamer Oswego Belle left for Belleville this morning, where she will lay up for the winter.

Port Colborne, Nov. 23rd - Up - tug Carrington, Port Colborne, Toledo; prop. Georgian, Montreal, Port Dover, gen. cargo; steam barge Van Allen, Montreal; schr. New Dominion, of Toronto, Toronto, Cleveland, barley; Ontario, of Montreal, Toronto, Erie, barley; prop. City of Toledo, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; barque Fellowcraft, Brighton, Erie, barley; schr. A. Mulvey, Belleville, Port Stanley, railroad iron.

Down - tug Carrington, Toledo, Port Colborne, dredge Black Rock in tow; schr. Jamaica, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Col. Cook, Port Huron, Oswego, lumber; A.J. Dewey, Toledo, Sackett's Harbor, corn; W.J. Cummings, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; dredge Black Rock, Port Colborne, Port Robinson; dredge Toledo, Port Colborne, Port Robinson; schr. Riverside, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat.

In harbour - tug Carrington, steam barge Van Allen, prop. City of Toledo, schr. Craftsman, Annie Mulvey, Ontario of Montreal, New Dominion of Toronto, Wm. Hunter.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1875