The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1875

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p.2 Marine Notes

The schr. Olive Branch arrived last night from Oswego light; and the schr. E.G. Benedict arrived from Fairhaven with 270 tons coals, both at Swift's wharf.

Messrs. Calvin & Breck's tug Chieftain coaled at Swift's last night, prior to leaving for the rescue of the schr. Blanche, on the rocks at Pultneyville.

The schr. Bentley has arrived all right at Prescott, where she is discharging her cargo.

Port Colborne, Dec. 2nd - Down - nothing.

Up - nothing.

Arrived from Buffalo, barque Montmorency, light.

The steambarge Tecumseh is still aground between the piers. The easterly wind keeps water low. She moved a distance yesterday and she will lay up after getting to elevator to discharge her cargo.

The props Nashua and Oswegatchie which left here yesterday morning are about stuck at Lock 24 Thorold, where they have been all day making very little progress on account of the ice.

The following boats have laid up here: schrs. Russian, Shandon, W.H. Hunter, Montana, L.J. Farewell, M.J. Wilcox, Dudley, Pittsburg, barge Walton, American, Giant Marquette. The tugs Beckwith, R.M. Carter, Salty Jack, S. Neelon, Hector Laughlin, Kitty Haight, Jane Armstrong, Maggie, Mary and Rothare laid up or will lay up tomorrow.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 3, 1875