The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 6, 1877

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p.3 The Riverside - The schr. Riverside was lightened sufficiently to allow her to be towed down from Four Mile Point today. She had two steam pumps on board. It is reported that her back is broken, but those who know don't expect the damage to be so serious. The greater portion of her cargo is badly damaged.

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Port Colborne, Sept. 5th - Up - schrs. Sea Gull, Charlotte, Detroit, coal; T.R. Merritt, Kingston, Bay City, light; H. Folger, Kingston, Chicago, light; Ayr, Collins Bay, Windsor, light; Wm. Young, Ogdensburg, Erie, iron ore; M. Jennings, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; London, Kingston, Toledo, light; H. Roney, Kingston, Toledo, light; G.M. Neelon, Kingston, Middle Island, light. Prop. Cuba, Hamilton, Detroit, light.

Down - schrs. Russian, Black River, Kingston, coal; St. Andrews, Black River, Toronto, coal; Wm. Elgin, Goderich, Belleville, salt; A.W. Luckey, Black River, Toronto, coal; A.J. Dowey (sic), Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Stella, Milwaukee, Portland, staves; Floretta, Chicago, Kingston, corn. Yacht Geo. M. Mowbray, Buffalo, Port Colborne, passengers. Barge Dashing Wave, Alpena, Ogdensburg, lumber. Steam barge Swallow, Alpena, Ogdensburg, lumber. Prop. Dominion, Detroit, Montreal, wheat.

In harbour - schr. Masson.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 6, 1877