The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 1, 1877

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p.3 The Bay Route - The steamer Hastings has resumed her trips on the old route between Kingston and Belleville. A change has been made in the hours of her arrival. On every day except Saturday she will arrive about 1 p.m. On Saturdays she will arrive about 10 a.m. The Hastings leaves Kingston every day at 4:30 p.m.

Marine Notes

James Swift's - Called - the Celtic and Dromedary from Montreal and the D.C. West from Westport.

Montreal Transportation Co. - Arrived, the tug Glide from Oswego with barges Cherokee, 556 tons coal; Iroquois, 555 tons coal; Cayuga, 2,000 bbls. cement, and 100 tons coal. Left for Montreal - Glide with the three barge loads of coal and cement; Lancaster, 17,250 bush. corn; Colborne, 22,388 bush. barley. The tug Bronson also left for Montreal with Acadia, 23,393 bush. corn; Toledo, 21,908 bush. corn; Corncrib, 18,962 bush. corn; Milwaukee, 23,415 bush. barley; Chicago, 23,597 bush. barley; the barge Minnie, for G.M. Millar & Co., and schr. M.L. Higgie, with deals for Quebec, the barge Chicago taking her lighterage. The Glide arrived up this afternoon with barges Harvest and Kinghorn, and leaves tonight with barges Oswego, 21,792 bush. wheat; Dalhousie, 17000 bush.barley; Lorne, 16,085 bush. barley, and schr. Arctic, loaded with deals.

The Armenia - We learn that the steamer Armenia has withdrawn from the Belleville route, and will ply upon Burlington Bay in future, making trips from Hamilton to the various pleasure resorts near that city on the Bay route. It is said that the City of Kingston has been chartered to ply on this route.

Port Colborne, May 31st - Up - schrs. E.M. Davidson, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; F.C. Leighton, Charlotte, Milwaukee, coal; F. Campbell, Collinsby, Toledo, light; Victor, Kingston, Chatham, light; Magellan, Collinsby, Bay City, light; Charger, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Mary of St. Catharines, St. Catharines, Toledo, light; Acacia, Toronto, Black River, light; Surprise, Fair Haven, Milwaukee, coal; Gerritt Smith, Charlotte, Sandusky, coal; Canada, Kingston, Bay City, light; Lilly Hamilton, Collinsby, Whitefish River, light; Sweden, Kingston, Oswasco Bay, light; Wawanosh, Kingston, Bay City, light; Rival, Sodus, Toledo, coal; Flying Cloud, Oswego, Green Bay, salt; Hattie Wells, Charlotte, Milwaukee, coal.

Down - schrs. J.R. Benson, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Augusta, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Mary of Port Stanley, Port Stanley, Kingston, staves; Lyman Casey, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Erie Stewart, Erie, Brockville, coal; Montana, Port Huron, Clayton, timber; J.N. Carter, Black River, Toronto, coal; Mary Battle, Two Creeks, Collinsby, timber; Louisa, Rifle River, Kingston, timber; E.J. Peters, Bear Creek, Montreal, logs; prop. Champlain, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. D.W. McCall.

In Harbour - schrs. J.E. Bailey and D.W. McCall.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 1, 1877