The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1876

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p.2 Freights - At Chicago freights were more active, but rates were unchanged on Thursday last. Wheat was quoted at 5 1/4 cents and corn at 5 cents to Kingston. The schooners L. Parson and American were chartered for Kingston at these rates, the former with wheat and the latter with corn.

Marine Notes

Holcomb & Stewart's Wharf - Arrived - The tug Wren has arrived from Montreal with the barges Star No. 2, Hawk, Finch and Minnie light, and Lark with 100 tons of steel rails, which are to be transhipped to the prop. Scotia for Duluth. The barge Sunnet leaves tonight for Montreal with 15,500 bush. wheat.

Jas. Swift's Wharf - Called - The prop. Lake Erie, from Hamilton; steamer Spartan from Montreal; Oswego Belle from Belleville; Kincardine from Oswego; the Corsican from Hamilton; the Scotia from Montreal. The prop. Olive also called on her way from Montreal for Ottawa, the canals down below not being large enough to admit her.

Montreal Transportation Company - Arrived - The schr. Ganges has arrived from Chicago with 22,597 bush. wheat. A tow will leave this evening for Montreal.

Garden Island - Arrived - The schrs. Alabama, from Bay City, timber; W.Y. Emery, Port Stanley and Tyrconnell, staves; E.H. Rutherford, Port Huron, staves; G. Manley, F. Russell and Benson, timber, in tow.

Cleared for Welland Canal - The schrs. G.M. Neelon, J.H. Breck, J.R. Benson, Augusta, Antelope, Victor, Albacore and Denmark, all light.

Schooner Gazelle Sunk - The schooner Gazelle, in being towed into the harbour this morning behind the schooner Nellie Sherwood, took a sheer, struck the island and sunk. She is laden with lumber for E.W. Rathbun & Co.

The Schooner E. Hall Case - The legal controversy in regard to the schooner E. Hall has been settled on "p.t.," and as we were informed last evening, by Captain Dexter Eccles, one of the owners of the vessel, in a manner satisfactory to all parties, from which we judge that Mayor Poucher collected his claim for legal services. The schooner was turned over to the possession of Captain Eccles, and has gone to Canada. The embargo on the drawbridge is removed. [Oswego Times]

Port Colborne, May 26th - Up - schr. Norway, Kingston, Sault Ste. Marie, light; H.A. Richmond, Oak Orchard, blank, do.; Craftsman, Kingston, Goderich, do.; J.R. Benson, Kingston, Toledo, do., James Norris, Thorold, Point of Play, do.

Down - schr. Mary Lydia, Kingsville, Port Dalhousie, timber; Union, Port Ryerse, Thorold, timber; M.C. Upper, Presque Isle, Port Metcalf, timber; J.E. Bailey, Cleveland, Kingston, coal; prop. Milwaukee, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.

In Harbour - schr. Jas. Norris, Russian, Lady Dufferin, America, Craftsman, Northumberland, prop. Pittsburg and barges.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 27, 1876