The schr. Benson, Toledo, is at Garden Island unloading timber.
The tug D.G. Thompson arrived this morning with three barges, light, from Montreal.
The str. St. Lawrence will probably commence her summer trips on the 10th inst.
The str. Algerian called yesterday afternoon on her way west. Her passenger list was small.
The schr. White Oak cleared today for Oswego to load coal for Breck & Booth.
The props. Persia, St. Catharines and Canada, Montreal, called at Swift's yesterday.
Captain Taylor, Government Inspector, looked over the steambarge Jenny yesterday and classed her A 1/2.
The schr. Annandale cleared from Breck & Booth's dock last evening for Trenton, to load timber for Welland.
The str. Hero, which has been on the marine railway for some days, receiving slight repairs, went up the Bay this afternoon.
The tug Traveller left Garden Island with a timber dram raft last night for Quebec. This is the fifth raft that has left the island this season.
The prop. Bruno, and her consorts Laura and Maggie McRae, have arrived at Garden Island with timber from Traverse City, Mich. The schooner Sylvester Neelon, with timber from Frankford, is also at the island.