p.2 Shipping News - At J.H. Henderson's wharf - The tug Wren left on Saturday night for Montreal with two barges, containing 20,000 bushels of wheat. She will proceed to Quebec to procure a tow of barges for Kingston.
At the Shipyard - The barque British Lion has hauled alongside the wharf to get in a new mizen mast. She will ship a new rudder, and be otherwise repaired. Mr. Kinghorn's composite steamer is progressing rapidly, and the planking of Henderson's barge has been commenced.
Messrs. Power & Co. have lately erected a shears at the wharf, which will prove a great acquisition to the trade, there being nothing of the kind anywhere else in the port. For shipping and unshipping masts, removing the boilers from steamers and lifting heavy weights generally connected with vessels, the shears will provide a great convenience.
At Carruthers' wharf - The steam-barge Dromedary arrived last night from Goderich with 2,500 barrels of salt. The steamer Norfolk left this morning for Smith's Falls with a general cargo.
At Swift's wharf - The steamers Corsican and Osprey passed down yesterday, and the Corinthian up. The propeller St. Lawrence and steamer Mary Ward passed down last night.
At Gurney & Glidden's wharf - The schooner Jenny Rumball is loading iron ore for Cleveland, and the schooner Dutchman is loading lumber for Oswego.
At the M.T. Company's wharf - The propeller Mary Ward arrived this morning with 3,356 bushels of wheat. The tug Glide, with three barges, left today with 40,600 bushels of wheat.
ad - Dominion Day Pleasure Cruise - on steamer Watertown for Cape Vincent and Watertown.