p.3 In The Maritime Court - Yesterday Thomas Donnelly was on the stand from 11 o'clock to 6 o'clock at the Maritime Court, in the case of Donnelly vs. Ross. He testified that the wrecking company gave him the privilege of making the contract in his own behalf. This morning Capt. Merriman took the stand. The case will probably last for some days. The fight is a triangular one, and must be quite remunerative for the lawyers. Dr. E.H. Smythe appears for Donnelly; J.L. Whiting for the wrecking company; and Kirkpatrick & Rogers for Senator Ross.
Most of Calvin's schooners have gone into winter quarters.
The schr. Elgin arrived from Oswego today with coal for the M.T. Co.
A very heavy gale occurred yesterday and last night. Wrecks must be numerous.
The steamer Ida is wind bound at Washburn on her way up the Rideau Canal.
The schr. Erie Belle has been docked at Cleveland. A big hole was found in her bottom.
The prop. Persia arrived this morning. Capt. Scott says the boat has not been detained a moment this season in consequence of gales. It makes another trip between St. Catharines and Montreal.
The tug Thompson cleared with two barges and 1,200 tons of coal for Montreal, and one barge, laden with 12,000 bush. wheat and a deck load of sand for Ogdensburg.
The tug Active started with four light barges, yesterday, for Oswego. When she got to Four Mile light the wind was so strong that she had to return. She cleared today again.
Loading grain for Richardson & Son - schr. Mary, Consecon, 7,000 bush. for Oswego, freight, 2 cents; schr. Edward Hanlan, Fair Haven, 7,200 bush. barley for Oswego, freight 2 cents; schr. Clara White, Bath, 4,800 bush. barley for Oswego, freight 2 cents; schr. H. Dudley, Gananoque, 16,000 bush. barley, freight 2 cents; steamer Crusoe, Westport, 1,500 bush. rye for Kingston; schr. White Oak, Amherst Island and Kingston, 14,000 bush. barley for Oswego; schr. W.W. Grant is lying outside of Consecon with a cargo of 15,000 bush. barley for Oswego.
Nov. 6, 1884
not published - Thanksgiving