p.2 Vessels At the Shipyard - The schooner Defiance completed her repairs, and left the Marine Railway yesterday. She was followed on the ways by a barge, which occupied but a short time to get the necessary work done upon her. The barque Arabia followed the barge, and is now in the hands of the shipwrights. The damage sustained by the Arabia is estimated at a sum approaching to $3,000. There is some talk of the proprietors of the yard commencing the building of another vessel, the last one launched from there, the Annandale, having turned out extremely well.
The Steamer Grecian - A telegram was received today from Edwardsburgh to the effect that the steamer Grecian was afloat, and expected to arrive at Matilda this evening, to tranship her cargo, when she will proceed to Montreal and go into dry dock.
Police Court - four sailors fined for being drunk.
St. Catherines - Four gates of Allanburg Lock were carried away this morning by the Northern Transportation Company's propeller Lawrence. The boat is jammed in the lock and badly damaged. The schooner Augustus Ford was in lock at the time, and slightly damaged in the stern.
-The Canadian Inland Navigation Company are going to put a new engine into their steamer Magnet. She was never considered to be a fast boat, hence the company are going to furnish her with a new impetus. The engine will be furnished by W.P. Bartley & Co., and will be a skeleton beam with cylinder 10 feet stroke, by 43 inches diameter.
p.4 Customs Regulations - 32st Vic Cap 44 - respecting drawbacks, wharves and warehouses.