The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 10, 1876


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p.2 Marine News

Montreal Transportation Company - Arrived - schr. J.N. Carter, from Toronto, 7,158 bush. peas; tug Bronson arrived with barges Cayuga, Cleveland, Chicago and Dalhousie. Tug Glide left for Oswego with barges Cayuga and Cleveland.

Holcomb & Stewart - prop. Dominion, from Montreal, loaded 428 steel rails and proceeded to Duluth; props. Lake Ontario from Duluth, 4,046 bush. wheat; Alma Munro, from Port Stanley, lightened 5,500 bush. oats and proceeded to Montreal; tug Wren left for Montreal with barge Hawk, 12,000 bush. wheat, corn and peas; schrs. Agnes Hope, wheat, loaded from Port Hope; Challenge, wheat, loaded from Muskegon for Quebec with deals; barge Eagle, 350,000 deals, from Brockville for Quebec.

J. Swift's - strs. Spartan from Montreal; Passport from Hamilton; Corinthian from Montreal; props. Persia from Montreal; Kincardine from Belleville; Oswego Belle from Oswego.

Port Colborne, July 8th - Up - props. Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; Westford, Ogdensburg, Alpena, light; Zealand, Montreal, Port Stanley, salt; tug Favourite, Montreal, Detroit, light; schrs. Grace Amelia, Montreal, Windsor, railroad iron; Prince Alfred, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Wawanosh, Kingston, Bay City, light; Baltic, Oakville, Inverham (sic - Inverhuron ?), light; Starling, Toronto, Erie, light; Anglo Saxon, Collinsby, Bear Creek, light; Wm. Homer, Kingston, Bay City, light; Gleniffer, Kingston, Bay City, light.

Down - schrs. A. Ford, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Wacousta, Cleveland, Welland, coal; Annie Mulvey, Parry Sound, Thorold, lumber; H. Roney, Toledo, Garden Island, timber and staves; G. Thurston, Penetanguishene, Thorold, timber; J.H. Breck, Cheboygan, Kingston, timber; City of Manitowac, Manistee, Quebec, lumber; Forest Queen, Cleveland, Oswego, wheat and corn; prop. California, Toledo, Montreal, oats.

In harbour - schrs. Wm. Homer, Anglo Saxon, Grace Amelia, Cataract, Russian, Cameron, Baltic, J.E. Benson, tug Favourite.

The Countess of Dufferin - at Halifax; departs for New York City on 9th.

Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company

Tickets to Toronto and Return during the Convention of the Y.M.C.A. will be issued at the following rates:

Cabin - (meals and berths included) $7.50.

Cabin - (meals and berths extra) 5.00.

Deck 4.00

July 10th C.H. Hatch, Agent


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Newspaper
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Date of Original:
July 10, 1876
Local identifier:
KN.21713
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 10, 1876