p.2 Shipping News - Glassford, Jones & Co. - Despatched yesterday the barges Waterloo and Teviot to Montreal, with combined cargoes of 22,000 bushels of wheat.
The M.T. Company's wharf - The schr Azov left last night for Milwaukie with 160 tons salt. The prop Georgia arrived today from Port Stanley for Montreal, and lightened 1,000 bush wheat, 100 bbls flour, 28 bbls potash, 80 boxes cheese, 76 firkins butter and sundries.
Gurney & Glidden's wharf - The tug Swan arrived with three barges lumber, and 1 barge with wood, from the Rideau Canal. The tug Elswood arrived from the Rideau with two barges wood laden, and one laden with iron ore. The steam barge Rose with coal oil, and Thistle with wheat for Ottawa, left last evening. The schr Ariel will leave this evening for Toronto with 140 cords hard wood, and the schr Shannon will sail this evening for Oswego with 70,000 feet lumber.
Swift & Co's wharf - The steamer Huron passed up this morning, and this afternoon the prop Indian passed down, both touching at this port.
The steamer Rochester touched at Carruther's wharf this afternoon en route to Oswego.
J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf - The schr Northumberland is loading 300 tons pig iron for Chicago. Rate of charter $1 gold.
The tug Wales was sold by auction this afternoon at the rooms of Mr. J. Linton, for the sum of $7,900. Messrs. Hatchken and Hughson, of Collingwood, are the purchasers.
Another Yacht Race - On Friday next the yachts Arrow and Qui Vive will race over the course used at the late regatta, as it appears that neither party was satisfied with the result of that event, and the last race was protested.
ad - Social Moonlight Excursion - on steamer Watertown on Friday 24th.