The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1877

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p.2 Excursions - The str. City of Kingston can now be chartered by Excursion parties for Excursions on the Rideau Canal, River St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte. Also, can be engaged for freight purposes. Apply to W.B. & S. Anglin, Wellington St. north. Aug. 11th.

p.3 The schooner Hannah Elizabeth of Buffalo was in the harbour last night en route for the Old Country with a cargo of lumber.

Delayed - The steamer Corinthian was delayed on her trip up the river yesterday morning by a dense fog. She arrived at her dock last evening at eight o'clock.

The yacht Irene, of Port Hope, arrived in the harbour today en route for the Camp Ground, and the Thousand Islands, where she will remain for a few days, after which she will go to Oswego. Mr. R.C. Smith, jr., the owner, is her commander.

Stabbing - on board steamer Hastings - a quarrel between two young waiters - details.

Marine News

Port Colborne, Aug. 10th - Down - schooners Queen of the Lakes, Black River, Toronto, coal; Montauk, Green Bay, Kingston, deals; Pride of America, Marquette, Point Metcalfe, timber; barge O.J. Hale, Toledo, Ogdensburg, wheat and corn; prop. Cleveland, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Dominion, Toledo, Montreal, corn; Prussia, Toledo, Montreal, corn; Ocean, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo.

Up - nothing.

In harbour - schrs. Southampton, Garibaldi and Oneida.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1877