p.2 Marine News
Sarnia, Nov. 1st - A telegram received this morning by the Messrs. Beatty from Sault Ste. Marie states that tugs Peck, Ed. Mystic, with lighter, pumps, and line are with the steamer Quebec since Wednesday morning. The weather up to the present time has been favourable. This is the latest information from the steamer.
Port Colborne, Nov. 1st, Down - nothing.
Up - nothing.
Arrived - schrs. Bay Trader, Port Burwell, Port Colborne, timber. Schr. Oliver Mowat left here last Tuesday evening and had to run back here this afternoon from Long Point having lost her large anchor and chain. She reports schooner Lady Dufferin lost her anchor also, and running back, thinks she made for Buffalo.
In Harbour - schrs. Bay Trader, O. Mowat, Mary of Pt. Stanley, Lily Hamilton, Elgin, Emerald, J. Matthews, E.R. Williams, Emma, Mary of St. Catharines, Monticello, Merrick, M. Copley, Wave Crest, Huron, J.M. Scott, O. Mitchell, prop. Oswegatchie, Haze.
A small schooner, name unknown, is reported ashore below Cape Vincent. The schooner Oliver Mowat has lost an anchor and 30 fathoms of chain on Lake Erie. A diver and assistants went over to Charlotte today to look at the wreck of the Star with a view to seeing what can be done with her.
p.3 Ashore - The Recorder says: "The steamer Cuba of the Collingwood Line, went aground while going into Ogdensburg harbour yesterday morning. The accident occurred about 3 o'clock, and at 6 she was pulled off by the ferry steamer Armstrong. The Armstrong's power broke the Cuba's large cable line three times in succession.
The Lady Franklin was assisted by the Glide in pulling the Milwaukee off the shoal yesterday.