p.2 Change of Time - By reference to the advertisement it will be seen that in future the steamer Bay of Quinte will leave Kingston at half-past three o'clock each afternoon, instead of at four.
Large Fish - 4 foot 9 inch maskinonge weighing 47 pounds caught in net off St. John's Island.
Shipping News - The propellers America and Avon passed down this morning. The steamer St. Helen arrived at one o'clock this morning, and shortly after resumed her voyage to Montreal. It is the intention of the Northern Transportation Company to arrange that one of its propellers shall touch at Kingston daily.
The following vessels are reported through the Welland Canal today:
Up - Prop East, Kingston, Chicago, pig iron; schr. Western Belle, Oswego, Toledo, sundries; Garibaldi, Oswego, Pt. Karnell, light; props Granite State, Oswego, Detroit, gen. cargo; Milwaukie, Oswego, Chicago, gen cargo; Michigan, Oswego, Toledo, gen cargo; Buckeye, Oswego, Toledo, gen cargo; St. Lawrence, Montreal, Buffalo, pig iron; schs. Minnie Slanson, Port Colborne, Erie, light; Wm. Young, Port Colborne, Erie, light; barque Massillon, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light.
Down - Schs. Perry, Milwaukie, Oswego, light; G.D. Norris, Milwaukie, Oswego, light; Rival, Toledo, Ogdensburgh, lumber; Louisa, Wallaceburg, Kingston, timber; C.C. Trowbridge, Milwaukie, Thorold, wheat; Live Yankee, Detroit, Ogdensburgh, lumber; Northern Belle, Milwaukie, Oswego, wheat; bark Bessie Bewick (sic -Barwick ?), Wallaceburg, Clayton, timber; brig H. Roney, Toledo, Kingston, timber. At the elevator the schooner Louisa Day.