p.3 Timber Accident - On Saturday afternoon one of the employees of Calvin & Breck, named Clement was jammed across the shoulders against a vessel's mast by a stick of timber, which was being hoisted out. It was thought that he was most dangerously, if not fatally, injured, but Dr. Irwin was telegraphed for and he was soon resuscitated, and today is in a fair way to a quite early recovery. No bones were broken. The injury was the result of a pure accident, against which every precaution is usually taken.
The steamer Niagara is securing a new wheel at Power's ship yard.
The steambarge J.J. Jenny arrived this morning and lightened 8,000 bushels of corn.
The schr. White Oak has arrived from Oswego with 300 tons of coal for Crawford.
The prop. Alma Munro, St. Catharines, lightened 4,000 bush. of corn and proceeded to Montreal.
The schr. Annandale is at Breck & Booth's with soft coal. She came from Toledo.
The props. Persia and Lake Ontario, Montreal and Celtic, Hamilton, arrived at Swift's wharf yesterday.
The schr. Elgin, unloading coal at the K. & P.R.R. dock, is chartered to carry coal from Charlotte to Kingston for Swift.
The steambarge Clinton and her consorts called today and cleared for Montreal, there to load railroad iron for Lake Superior.
The tug Sir John got her wheel entangled in a telegraph cable below Cataraqui Bridge on Saturday. She is now on Davis' dry dock having the wire extricated.
Mr. John Finncan, of Gananoque, has received word to commence fitting out the strs. Prince Arthur and Rothesay, but he does not know what arrangements have been made for running.