The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1877

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p.3 Court of Revision - appeals from Frontenac Ward - W. Dandy, over assessed on schr. B.W. Folger. Reduced to $3,500.

Marine Notes

Holcomb & Stewart - Arrived the prop. Scotia from Chicago, which lightened 4,200 bush. corn; prop. L. Shickluna lightened 4,130 bush. corn. Both proceeded to Montreal. The barge Lark leaves tonight for Montreal with 19,000 bush. wheat and corn.

James Swift - Called - the props. St. Albans from Chicago, the Granite State from Ogdensburg, and the Persia from St. Catharines.

Port Colborne, May 29th - Up - schooners Florida of Oswego, Oswego, Detroit, coal; M.L. Collins, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; H.E. Murray, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Montauk, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; M.F. Merrick, Clayton, Chicago, light; Wasco, Oswego, Chicago, coal; G.G. Houghton, Rochester, Milwaukee, coal; Nellie Hunter, Toronto, blank, light; White Oak, Toronto, Erie, light; Two Friends, Hamilton, Port Colborne, light; M.A. Muir, Kingston, Bay City, light; E.M. Portch, Port Colborne, Buffalo; Golden Fleece, Port Colborne, Buffalo, light; prop. D.R. Vanallen, Montreal, Chatham, gen. cargo.

Down - schooner London, Bay City, Kingston, timber.

In Harbour - schooners Two Friends, Nellie Hunter, Lewis Ross, M. Muir, tug Quail.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1877