The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1876

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p.2 The Oriole - This fine yacht arrived in the harbour on Saturday morning, and lay there until last night, when she left.

The Admiral - This fine fast steamer is becoming very popular as an excursion boat. A large excursion came up the river on her on Friday last, and on Saturday she brought up another large party from Clayton.

A Quick Trip - The Picton Gazette says: "The str. Shannon made the run from Belleville to Picton, on Friday last, calling at four ports, in three hours and three-quarters. This is certainly making good time, and clearly entitles the Shannon to be called a fast steamer."

Yachting - The Belleville Ontario says that the owners of the boats which took part in Friday's race think so well of their respective crafts that a proposition for another race will shortly be made by them. The Ontario hopes if a sweepstake race be made, that the Kingston boats will be allowed to take part in it.

p.3 Marine Notes

G.M. Millar & Co. - Arrived - schr. Speedwell, Toronto, 16,000 bush. wheat. The barge Virginia left for Montreal with 14,500 bush. wheat.

St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - Arrived - schrs. Cortez, Milwaukee, 17,800 bush. wheat; Merritt, Toledo, 19,500 bush. corn; E.R. Williams, Toledo, 19,000 bush. corn; Dundee, Toledo, 16,350 bush. corn; Kate Kelly, Toledo, 16,500 bush. corn; G.C. Woodruff, Toledo, 18,651 bush. corn; Pandora, Toledo, 18,519 bush. corn; Mary Battle, Toledo, 19,620 bush. corn. Cleared - tug Jessie Hall with barges Onondaga, 16,303 bush. corn and 6,310 pipe staves; Alfred, 8,750 bush. corn and 4,036 bush. wheat; Winona, 14,775 bush. corn; Tiger, 9,353 bush. wheat and 5,500 bush. corn; A., 8,914 bush. wheat; Seneca, 17,789 bush. wheat; Kansas, 22,537 bush. corn; Nebraska, 23,500 bush. corn.

Montreal Transportation Company - Arrived - schrs. Bolivia, Milwaukee, 18,622 bush. wheat; Winona, Chicago, 20,430 bush. corn; C.A. King, Chicago, 20,125 bush. wheat. The tug Glide arrived with barges Cleveland and Cayuga, with ?125 tons of coal from Oswego, and left for Montreal with barges Toronto 325,000 feet of pine deals and Cleveland and Cayuga coal.

James Swift - Called - props. Persia from Montreal; East from Toronto; strs. Spartan from Hamilton; Passport from Montreal; Norseman from Rochester; barge Col. Brackett from Charlotte, and prop. Ocean from Montreal to Duluth.

Port Colborne, Aug. 26th, 7 p.m. - Up - schr. Erie Stewart, Welland, Dover, light; Hercules, Kingston, Port Burwell, light; Reindeer, Cape Vincent, Chicago, light; Elvina, Oswego, Toledo, light; Cataract, Kingston, Ashtabula, light; Mineral State, Kingston, Chicago, light; Emerald, Kingston, Port Colborne, light; Augusta, Kingston, Bay City, light; Charger, Charlotte, Detroit, coal; H. Dudley, Kingston, Cleveland, light; prop. City of Toledo, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo.

Down - schrs. Annie Craig, Toledo, Collins' Bay, timber; Siberia, Bay City, Kington, do.; H. Keeler, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Henry Fitzhugh, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Knight Templar, Muskegon, Ogdensburg, lumber; J. Halters, Chatham, Toronto, lumber and wood; prop. Maine, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.

In harbour - schrs. Russian, Charger, Augusta, H. Dudley, Cataract, Hunter, Reindeer, Emerald, Elvina, Hercules.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 28, 1876