The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1878

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p.3 Appointment - The Canada Gazette contains the following appointment: John Y. Palmateer, of South Marysburgh, in the County of Prince Edward, in the Province of Ontario, Esq., to be Receiver of Wrecks for the district extending from Point Traverse to Petticoat Point, in the said county, vice John G. Hicks, Esq., deceased.

Marine Notes

The schrs. Bangalore, Arabia and T.C. Street have left the harbour for the west.

Swift's Dock - The schr. B.W. Folger has arrived from Oswego with 212 tons coal and 54 bags of meal. The steamers Celtic, Cuba, Acadia and Calabria called here.

Holcomb & Stewart - The schr. Pearl arrived from the Bay of Quinte with 3,000 bush. peas, and the scow Ethel from Wolfe Island with 500 bush. wheat. The barge Swan left in tow of Bay of Quinte with 23,000 bush. of wheat.

Montreal Transportation Co. - The prop. Cuba arrived from Toronto with 15,700 bush. wheat, which had been forwarded from Chicago.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), May 6, 1878