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

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p.2 Marine Notes

St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - The tug Jessie Hall left with barges Kansas, 3,410 bush. oats; Lion, 12,755 bush. wheat; Onieda, 1,134 bush. wheat and 16,223 bush. corn; Winona, 18,431 bush. oats.

Montreal Transportation Company - Arrived - Flying Mist, Chicago, 24,360 bush. oats. The tug Bronson left with barges Detroit, 20,800 bush. corn; Advance, 13,309 bush. corn; Kinghorn, 7,000 bush. corn and 12,000 bush. wheat; Lorne, 14,800 bush. corn; St. Lawrence, 11,000 bush. oats; Wamba, 13,500 bush. oats.

Arrived at Garden Island - barque British Lion, Toledo, timber; Southampton, Wallaceburg, timber; brigs Manly, Russell and Benson, in tow of tug Metamoras, from Lake Superior, timber; schrs. Bismarck, Sheboygan, timber; Augusta, Lake Superior, timber; G.W. Neelon, Lake Superior, timber.

The following vessels passed through the Canal yesterday for Kingston: D. Freeman, coal; C.L. Fisk, lumber; S. Amsden, wheat; Monticello, oats; Arabia, oats; Sweden, Collinsby, lumber.

Collinsby, June 26th, 7 p.m. - Arrived - Bessie Barwick, from Toledo, timber. Departures - Cavalier and Mary Merritt.

p.3 The Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg Railway are constructing at Ogdensburg, a new ferry boat to run between Prescott and the latter place. The pattern will be similar to those on the New York and Brooklyn ferries. The length will be 110 feet, and the craft will be supplied with two engines. It is expected the vessel will be finished by the first of December.

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