The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 12, 1879

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p.2 The opposition steamers between Gananoque and Kingston, the Geneva and Princess Louise, are having a lively time of it, both are fast boats. Fares have been reduced.

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Port Colborne, June 11th - Passed since last report - Up - schr. Thos. Parsons, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; P.B. Locke, Kingston, Chicago, coal; Nellie Wilder, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Van Straubenzie, Kingston, Chicago, light. Down - schrs. Hyderabad, and America, Chicago, Kingston, corn; H. Fitshugh (sic - Fitzhugh ?), Bay City, Oswego, lumber.

Port Colborne, June 12th - Up - schr. B. Eveleigh, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Gleniffer, Kingston, Milwaukee, light; barge Grimsby, and steam barge Clinton, Kingston, Milwaukee. Down - schr. Antelope, Chicago, Kingston, corn; X. Woodruff, Black River, Toronto, coal; prop. Sovereign, Toledo, Montreal, general cargo.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 12, 1879