The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 29, 1876


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p.2 The Oswego Belle - The Oswego Belle will leave Swift's dock tomorrow at seven o'clock instead of six, direct for Clayton, Alexandria Bay, and Brockville. She will return from Brockville at 4 p.m., and leave for Oswego at 10 o'clock. This is a fine trip and should be largely patronized.

Marine Notes

A. Gunn & Co. - schr. Jessie Brown from South Bay, strs. Alexandra from Montreal, Rochester from Belleville and Simon Davis left for Smith's Falls.

J. Swift - strs. Algerian from Montreal, Spartan from Hamilton, Oswego Belle from Belleville; Kincardine from Oswego, Armenia from Picton and prop. Dromedary from Montreal.

Montreal Transportation Company - prop. Acadia from Toledo, lightened 4,024 bush. corn.

It is a somewhat remarkable fact that this morning there is not a single vessel with grain in the harbour. There are seven vessels for Kingston and two for Garden Island.

Port Colborne, July 28th - Up - schrs. Perry White, Port Robinson, Ashtabula, light; Defiance, St. Catharines, Ashtabula, light; Canada, do., Bay City, do.

Down - schrs. Sweden, Two Heart River, Garden Island, timber; Cataract, Black River, Toronto, coal; Ella Murton, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; Montana, Detroit, Oswego, lumber; Siberia, Bay City, Garden Island, timber; Penokee, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; American, do., do., do.; Watchful, Cleveland, Thorold, coal; Oliver Mitchell, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Belle Mitchell, Chicago, Kingston, coal; Thos. Parsons, do., do., oats; Mary Lydia, Cleveland, Port Dalhousie, coal; Cossack, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Mary Lyon, do., do., oats; G.C. Finney, Muskegon, Ogdensburg, lumber; E.J. Peters, Ashtabula, Toronto, coal; J. Graham, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Ontario of Montreal, Vermillion, Montreal, stone; H. Roney, Toledo, Garden Island, timber; Bay Trader.

In harbour - schrs. Perry White, Russian, Northumberland, Laura Emma, Erie Belle.

The schr. Ontario of Montreal arrived here today leaking badly, when about ten miles off Erie the roughness of the weather worked oakum out of the centre board box, causing her to leak so bad that the Captain was afraid he would not reach here. She is loaded with block stone for Montreal.

p.3 Owen Sound, July 28th - The Government dredge Challenger arrived on Wednesday along with three scows and a small tug. It is expected she will first repair the breech in the dam of the dry dock, after which she will proceed to clean out the present channel from the outer lighthouse to a depth of ten feet, and to make a turning basin near the railway.


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Date of Original:
July 29, 1876
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KN.21730
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 29, 1876