The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 25, 1876


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p.2 Countess of Dufferin - Saturday's New York Herald says: "It is possible that the Canadian yacht Countess of Dufferin may join us at Greenport. Major Gifford has advised Commodore Dickerson that he will be in sailing trim the latter part of the week, and, if he does not enter Brenton Reef race for the Bennet Cup, will join the Brooklyn fleet off Shelter Island on Sunday. Commodore Dickenson answered the recent letter of the Regatta Committee of the New York club before he left the city yesterday. He advised, in answer to the question, that the Madeleine will return about the 2d. prox., and then, with three or four days to again get in shape, the yacht will be ready to measure speed with the Countess of Dufferin for the Queen's Cup. During the cruise the British yacht Helen is expected to be fallen in with."

The Oswego Belle - The Brockville Recorder says: "The Customs authorities would not allow the Oswego Belle to land at Alexandria Bay yesterday, and in consequence, she had to cross to Rockport and engage two small steamers to deliver her passengers at their destination. We understand that the difficulty was owing to the steamer touching at Clayton after leaving Kingston.

Accident - Yesterday, while the Pierrepont was landing at Channel Grove with St. Paul's picnic, something went wrong with her rudder. Captain Miller went down to see what was the matter, and got the nail torn off one of the fingers of his left hand and another finger bruised. He got them attended to and they are now all right.

Marine Notes

A. Gunn & Co. - strs. Armenia from Picton, Rochester from Belleville, and Alexandra from Trenton; steambarge Adventure, from Montreal.

J. Swift - strs. Magnet from Charlotte, Corinthian from Hamilton and Oswego Belle from Oswego.

Montreal Transportation Company - schr. H. Dudley from Chicago, 14,388 bush. corn.

G.M. Millar & Co. - Arrived - schr. Star from Toronto, 15,000 bushels wheat; H.B. Rathbun, from Toronto, 8,900 bushels wheat; barge Virginia left for Montreal, with 18,000 bushels oats.

The following information is supplied by the Mill Point correspondent of the Beaver: "Mr. Jamieson has commenced a new steam pleasure yacht for Messrs. Rathbun & Son, which is to be 53 feet keel, 60 feet over all and 10 feet beam, with fore and aft cabins. The engine of the Wave is to be put into her. It is said that the new steamer Armenia, of Picton, is to run daily from Kingston to Napanee and return, calling at bay ports. The steamer Kincardine which has been undergoing repairs to her engine for two or three days this week, left on Wednesday morning for Oswego."

Collinsby, July 24th - Arrivals - schrs. Mary Merritt from Cheboygan, timber; Jane C. Woodruff from Bay City, timber; G.M. Neelon and Augusta from Lake Superior, timber.

Departures - none.

Port Colborne, July 24th - Up - schrs. J.H. Breck, Kingston, Bay City, light; Wacousta, Port Robinson, Georgian Bay, do.; Montcalm, Port Colborne, Detroit, do.; Rutherford, Hamilton, Port Colborne, do.; E.R. Williams, Kingston, Toledo, do.; J. Norris, do., Black River, do.; G.C. Trumpff, Charlotte, Milwaukee, coal; prop. Acadia, Montreal, Duluth, gen. cargo.

Down - schrs. Anglo-Saxon, Bay City, Collins Bay, timber; Defiance, Toledo, St. Catharines, blank; Heather Bell, Goderich, Kingston, wheat; J. Walters, Ashtabula, Toronto, coal; Mary Battle, Alpena, Port Metcalfe, timber; Telegraph, Toledo, Kingston, wheat; Conneaut, do., do., corn; Republic, do., Clayton, timber; Gleniffer, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Havana, Black River, Toronto, coal; Theo. Voges, Cleveland, Oswego, wheat; L. Seaton, Toledo, Prescott, corn; Gulnare, Ashtabula, Hamilton, corn; D.M. Foster, Point au Peele, Merritton, stone; M.F. Merrick, Courtwright, Clayton, lumber; Alsora, Port Burwell, Thorold, blank; T.C. Street, Muskegon, Liverpool, timber; Wm. Home, Kingsville, Clayton, timber; prop. Maine, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; St. Albans, do., do., do.

In Harbour - schrs. Northman, J. Norris, and Russian.

p.3 Customs Imports - July 25th - Str. Magnet, Oswego, Rees Bros., 5 bbls; P. Clint, 1 bbl.

Str. Ocean, Duluth, Holcomb & Stewart, 3,737 bush. wheat.

Schr. Lisgar, Duluth, Holcomb & Stewart, 3,907 bush. wheat.

July 24th - Barge H.F. Church, Chicago, M.T. Co., 20,600 bush. corn.

Schr. Hoboken, Milwaukee, M.T. Co., 17,887 bush. wheat.

Schr. Laura Belle, Toledo, M.T. Co., 19,300 bush. corn.

Schr. Florida, Milwaukee, M.T. Co., 18,000 bush. wheat.

Schr. Gladstone, Cleveland, M.T. Co., 57 tons stone.

Schr. P. Alfred, Toledo, G.M. Millar, 22,556 bush. oats.

Schr. M. Coply, Chicago, St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co., 17,394 bush. wheat.

Schr. Mary Ann, Fairhaven, W. McRossie, 150 tons coal.

Schr. E.G. Benedict, Oswego, A. Gunn & Co., 1 brl., 300 sacks; R. Carson, 300 sacks, 3 tons; T. Kavanagh, 300 tons, 200 sacks; M. Morrison, 115 bags, 20 bush. corn.

Schr. America, Muskegon, Montreal Transportation Co., 6,704 pine deals.

Schr. H. Dudley, Chicago, Jas. Richardson, 14,387 bush. corn.


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Date of Original:
July 25, 1876
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 25, 1876