p.1 Another Welland Scare - a Fenian on prop. Europe? [Welland Tribune]
The City of Montreal takes wheat from Detroit to Montreal at 8 cents per bushel.
The schr. Guiding Star, coal laden, is ashore 12 miles north of here. She is valued at $15,000.
The schr. John T. Mott has arrived from Sandusky with 586 tons of lump coal for the Locomotive Works.
The prop. Oneida is in 60 feet of water. The Conqueror is not sunk beside the propeller, as stated, but four miles this side of her.
Capt. W.R. Campbell, of the schooner Morning Star, fell down a hatchway at Menominee on Monday, breaking his neck.
The schr. Laura and prop. Bruno, with deals, 526,000 feet, have arrived from Ashland and are delivering into barges for Quebec.
The steamer Prince Edward has been hauled out at Deseronto, and in addition to being provided with new frames, will receive a general overhauling.
The tug Admiral D. Porter and consorts have arrived at Collinsby with timber from Byng Inlet and Toledo. The barges broke loose while passing down Lake Erie and on the day upon which the Siberia was wrecked.
The crew of the schooner Cecilia have just arrived in Port Arthur in a yawl, having abandoned their vessel about twenty miles off that port in a badly waterlogged condition. She was laden with wood. She is owned by a gentleman in Windsor, and is valued at $16,000; insured for $4,500.
Capt. W.D. Andrews rescued John Patey from drowning at Winman's Island, Toronto, on the 25th September, 1882. He was granted the bronze clasp, Capt. Andrews having already received the medal of the Royal Humane Society of England. Capt. Andrews is a son of C.W. Andrews, of Kingston.
Nov. 8, 1883