The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1876

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p.2 The Oswego Belle - The time for the Oswego Belle going down the river on Sunday morning has been changed from 6 o'clock to 7:15, making it more convenient for those intending to go.

Reflectors - On Monday last the reflectors offered by the Government for the city clock were shipped from Ottawa, but they have not yet arrived. Mr. Tomlinson, Superintendent of Lighthouses, was in town yesterday to assist in putting them up, but went home when he found they had not come. He will be here from Ottawa when the reflectors are ready to put up.

The Yacht - The Countess of Dufferin left the harbour yesterday afternoon, along with a number of barges, in tow of the Hiram Calvin.

Countess of Dufferin - A telegram from Cornwall announces that the Countess of Dufferin passed that town this afternoon en route for Philadelphia.

Marine Notes

A. Gunn & Co. - barge Odessa, from Montreal, 1,390 bags salt; str. Rochester, from Belleville; sloop Phantom, from Wolfe Island.

J. Swift - strs. Corsican from Montreal; Algerian from Hamilton; and Oswego Belle from Oswego. The U.S. Revenue Marine Cutter Manhattan, from Boston.

Calvin & Breck's sixth raft, of eighteen drams of timber, left on Tuesday night for Quebec.

Port Colborne, June 14th - Up - schrs. Landreve, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; Magdallen, Kingston, Erie, light; Lillie Parsons, Sodus Point, Chicago, coal; David Sharp, Welland, Port Ryerse, light; Laura Bell, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Gleniffer, Kingston, Bay City, light; bark Cecilia, Collinsby, Romney, light; H. Folger, Oswego, Chicago, coal; St. Lawrence, Kingston, Sombra, light; Sligo, Port Medcalf, blank, light; Talmouth, Sodus Point, Toledo, coal; tug G.P. Ishamalcott, Ashtabula; steambarge D.R. VanAllen, Montreal, blank, gen. cargo.

Down - prop. City of St. Catharines, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; schrs. Florida of Quebec, Black River, Brockville, coal; E.R. Williams, Toledo, Kingston, oats; Mary Battle, Lake St. Clair, Clayton, timber; Hattie Howard, Saginaw, Oswego, lumber; Guiding Star, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Delos de Wolf, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Mary Jane, Bay City, Port Medcalf, timber.

In harbour - schr. Cecelia, St. Lawrence, Sligo, Cataract, Russian, and Perry White.

Collinsby, June 14th - Arrived - schrs. Annie Craig, Bay City, timber; A. Neelon, Wheatley, tmber. Departures - schrs. Huron and Magellan.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1876