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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1877


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p.2 Marine News

Port Colborne, Sept. 28th - Up - schrs. Lilly Hamilton, Kingston, Milwaukee, light; Gleniffer, Kingston, Milwaukee, light; Pandora, Kingston, Toledo, light; Mary Battle, Kingston, Chicago, light; Westside, Fairhaven, Chicago, coal; Cortez, Charlotte, Milwaukee, coal; E.C. Woodruff, Kingston, Detroit, light; Niagara, Kingston, Chicago, light; J. Matthews, Oswego, Chicago, light; Conneaut, Oswego, Toledo, light; Nellie Wilder, Sackett's Harbour, Chicago, light; Augusta, Kingston, Toledo, light; Prince Alfred, Kingston, Chicago, light; Mary Merritt, Collins Bay, Chicago, light; barge Clyde, Kingston, Chicago, light; Gibraltar, Kingston, Chicago, light; steam barge Clinton, Kingston, Chicago, light; prop. Zealand, Montreal, Detroit, light.

Down - schrs. Belle Mitchell, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Shandon, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; M.J. Cummings, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Wacousta, Fairport, Welland, coal; Laura, Manistee, Quebec, deals; prop. Alma Munro, Detroit, Montreal, gen. cargo; Lake Michigan, Detroit, Montreal, wheat; City of Toledo, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Tecumseh, Milwaukee, Port Colborne, corn.

In harbour - schrs. Mary Merritt, Prince Alfred, Augusta, Nellie Wilder, Conneaut.

RICHELIEU & ONTARIO NAVIGATION CO.

Royal Mail and Express Line of Steamers

Time of Departure from Kingston, commencing on Tuesday, 2nd October:

5:30 p.m. for Cobourg, Port Hope, Bowmanville, Toronto and Hamilton.

Corinthian, Tuesday, October 2.

Spartan, Thursday, October 4.

Corsican, Saturday, October 6.

6:30 a.m. for Gananoque, Brockville, Prescott, Cornwall and Montreal, connecting at Montreal with the Steamers for Quebec.

Corsican, Tuesday, October 2.

Algerian, Wednesday, October 3.

Corinthian, Friday, October 5.

Spartan, Sunday, October 7.

The Steamer Magnet commenced her regular trips to Oswego and Charlotte, leaving as follows:

On Thursdays and Sundays at 4 a.m. for Clayton, Alexandria Bay, Brockville and Prescott.

On Thursdays and Sundays at 7 p.m. for Oswego and Rochester.

For passage tickets and any information apply at the Lake and River Steamboat Office, St. Lawrence Wharf, foot of Johnson Street.

Sept. 29th C.H. Hatch, Passenger Agent.

p.3 Whistling - Last night just before twelve o'clock, a hideous whistling was started near Cataraqui Bridge, which highly disgusted some of the residents in that part of the city. There was one long scream of about two minutes duration, which was perfectly horrifying. Cannot the City Council pass a Bylaw to prevent this?

The Cape Route - As this was the last day that season tickets could be used the number of those who crossed on the Geneva was tolerably large.

Yachting Association - The Belleville Intelligencer favours the formation of a Yachting Association for Canada, which would be a very good thing.

The Grain Market - (part) Mr. Richardson has this month shipped 115,000 bushels of grain. Today the Herbert Dudley leaves with 15,000 bushels peas, and the Olive Branch with 8,600 bushels barley for Oswego.


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Date of Original:
Sept. 29, 1877
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 29, 1877