p.2 Some means should be taken by the city authorities to buoy the shoal on which the Martello tower is built, for the protection of vessels entering the harbour. Every season a greater or less number of master mariners, being ignorant of the extent of the shoal, get caught upon it, and are caused detention and expense thereby. The last case was that of the barque Robert Gaskin, which came into port the latter part of last week, drawing 11 1/2 feet water, and struck on the outer edge. She lay a whole night on the shoal, and had to be lightened over 2000 bushels before the tug steamer could draw her off.
p.3 Imports - 1st - Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville, general cargo.
Str St. Helen, Trenton, general cargo.
2nd - Str Bay State, Lewiston, J Cochrane, 1 lot h h goods; J Fitzsimmons, 7 sofas, 33 chairs; S Muckleston, 4 bxs h ware; T J Van Patten, 1 buggy.
Schr D.M. Foster, Milwaukee, E Berry & Co, 16,155 bus wheat.
Str Pierrepont, (mixed cargo)
Prop Bristol, Chicago, T Hendry & Co, 12 bales broom corn; G Chaffey & Bros, 502 bbls pork, 338 bbls flour, 30 tierces grease, 4 bbls lard oil, 12,294 bush wheat.
Sch Laura E. Calvin, Wallaceburg, Calvin & Breck, 120 pcs oak and hickory timber.
Str Grecian, Hamilton, general cargo.
Str Hope, with 3 barges, Montreal, J M Millar, 10 bbls coal pitch and 700 bbls gunpowder.
Sch Two Brothers, Montreal.
Clearances - 1st - Sch Mary Frances, Toronto, 80 cords wood.
Str St. Helen, Montreal, general cargo.
2nd - Sch Laura E. Calvin, Nanticook.
Str Grecian, Montreal, general cargo.
Prop Merritt, Port Dalhousie.