The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1877


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p.3 The Flight - This pretty little steamer is now in the hands of Captain Swales who intends employing her during the season in plying down the river, up the Bay and among the Islands. She has been newly painted, varnished and fitted up and looks as neat as she is comfortable, she is also very swift having yesterday carried a private party down to Brockville in five hours. She could easily accommodate a hundred persons and for private picnics and excursions is sure to be very popular.

Accident - An accident of a somewhat serious character happened on board the schooner Brooklyn at Garden Island this morning. She is unloading timber there, and while a log was being hauled out one of the timber dogs gave way, and struck a young man named Daniel Mulvany in the face, injuring him severely. He was rowed across to Kingston and taken home, where Dr. Sullivan attended him, and he is likely to recover.

Marine Notes

Holcomb & Stewart - The prop. Prussia lightened 4,200 bush. wheat and proceeded to Montreal.

J. Swift - Called - steamers Milwaukee from Detroit, Persia from Montreal; Granite State and Empire from Ogdensburg; Algerian from Montreal and Mary Ann from Ottawa.

The steamer Hastings was to resume her trips on the Bay of Quinte this afternoon, her shaft having been repaired.

Montreal Transportation Co. - The following are the arrivals since Friday: Flying Mist, Chicago, 21,176 bush. corn; L. Ellsworth, Chicago, 22,917 bush. corn; Lady Macdonald, 18,045 bush. corn; Col. Ellsworth, Chicago, 21,168 bush. corn; Arabia, Chicago, 21,065 bush. corn; E.R. Williams, Toledo, 19,000 bush. corn; Ostrich, Chicago, 16,715 bush. corn. The tug Bronson arrived with seven and the Glide with four light barges from Montreal. The Glide left for Oswego with barges Cherokee, Iroquois and Cayuga to load coal for Montreal. The Bronson cleared for Montreal with barges Toronto 20,600 bush. wheat; Dorchester, 23,738 bush. corn; Europa, 18,104 bush. corn; Detroit, 17,464 bush. corn and 75,000 deals, lighterage of the City of Green Bay; Advance, 12,001 bush. corn, and the schr. City of Green Bay.

Port Colborne, May 26th - Up - schrs. Yankee Blade, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; Knight Templar, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; H. Dudley, Toronto, Toledo, light; prop. Ocean, St. Catharines, Chicago, light.

Down - schrs. L. Hamilton, Ludington, Kingston, timber; Undine, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; Acacia, Black River, Toronto, coal; Clara Youell, Black River, Toronto, coal; R. Doud, Milwaukee, Cape Vincent, wheat; L. Seaton, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Grantham, Sandusky, Toronto, coal; prop. Granite State, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.

In Harbour - schr. H. Dudley.


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Date of Original:
May 28, 1877
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KN.21886
Language of Item:
English
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 28, 1877