The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1877

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p.1 On Saturday afternoon last the tug McArthur, of Kingston, brought down a large raft of square timber from Garden Island destined for Quebec. [Prescott Telegraph]




This favourite passenger steamer has resumed her trips between Trenton and Montreal. She leaves Kingston every Monday evening at 9 o'clock for Montreal and way ports, running all rapids, including Lachine.

For information, apply to A. Gunn & Co. June 4th

p.3 New Yacht - Mr. Gilmour's new yacht, the Cruiser, was out for a trial trip in the harbour on Saturday evening, and was watched by a great many people. She is a beautiful boat, and evidently very fast. Her model was much admired.

Marine Notes

Port Colborne, June 2nd - Up - schrs. Brooklyn, Kingston, Duncan City, light; Acorn, Oswego, Alpena, coal; Mary Jane, Kingston, Alpena, light; Ganges, Clayton, Alpena, light; M.J. Wilcox, Clayton, Alpena, light; C. Ames, Oswego, Chicago, coal; W. Keller, Hamilton, Saginaw, light; O. Mowat, Hamilton, Black River, light; Sligo, Port Metcalfe, Cleveland, light; Bismarck, Kingston, Bay City, light; Southampton, Kingston, Bay City, light; Lady Macdonald, Kingston, Port Burwell, light; E.R. Williams, Kingston, Toledo, light; Pulaski, Kingston, Sheboygan, light; Clara Youell, Toronto, Black River, light; A. Boody, Clayton, blank, light; Arabia, Kingston, Kincardine, light; G.L. Wrenn, Sodus, Chicago, coal; J. Brigler ?, Clayton, Alpena, light; Senator Blood, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Oriental, Kingston, Lake Superior, light; prop. Oswegatchie, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo.

Down - schrs. Montpelier, Chicago, Kingston, corn; H.J. Collier, Black River, Toronto, coal; Sweepstakes, Black River, Toronto, coal; E.P. Dodd (sic - Dorr ?), Cleveland, Toronto, block stone; Huron, Point Pelee, Thorold, stone; Hercules of Hamilton, Port Huron, Collinsby, timber; Gladstone, Black River, Toronto, coal; Eveline, Bates' Point, Brockville, coal; Blazing Star, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Mystic Star, Chicago, Kingston, corn; P.M. Rogers, Milwaukee, Cape Vincent, wheat; W.M. Raynor, Toledo, Oswego, wheat and corn; W.Y. Emery, Amherstburg, Port Colborne, ties; Ontario of Goderich, Bayfield, Thorold, wheat; D.M. Foster, Parry Sound, Thorold, stone; Montmorency, Toledo, Clayton, timber; J.R. Noyes, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Annie Falconer, Black River, Toronto, coal; barges Grimsby, Bay City, Garden Island, timber; Lisgar, Bay City, Garden Island, staves; steambarge Lincoln, Bay City, Collinsby, staves.

In Harbour - schrs. Senator Blood, Clara Youell, Pulaski, Lady McDonald, Bismarck, A. Boody, E.R. Williams, W.Y. Emery, Hercules of Port Burwell; D.W. McCall, Arabia. The schr. Hercules is unloading timber, and the W.Y. Emery is unloading ties.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 4, 1877