p.2 Shipping News - At J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf the bark Louisa arrived on Saturday from Toledo with 16,200 bushels corn; the schooner Maple Leaf, from Chatham, with 8,000 bushels wheat; the schooner Prince Edward, from Chatham, with 8,000 bushels wheat; the schooner Mary, from Port Bruce, with 11,800 bushels wheat and peas; the schooner Gold Hunter, from Chatham, with 11,639 bushels wheat; and the schooner ___, from Cleveland, with 8,770 bushels wheat, arrived during Saturday and Sunday.
At the Shipyard the Montreal, after having been repaired, was launched on Saturday. The steam-barge Dromedary was getting out her damaged wheat preparatory to going on the ways to repair. The shipwrights at the yard are getting up the frame of a new propeller.
At Gurney & Glidden's wharf the steam-barge Nile arrived from Ottawa on Sunday with lumber and laths, and two barges similarly laden. The schooner G.W. Holt left on Saturday for Cleveland with 134 tons of iron ore. The tug Elswood left on Saturday night for the Rideau with two barges. The schooner Markwell left on Saturday with lumber for Oswego.
At the M.T. Company's wharf the following arrived on Saturday and Sunday:- The Mediterranean, from Sandusky, with 14,500 bushels wheat; the Jane McLeod, from Toledo, with 14,000 bushels wheat; the Algerine, from Chicago, with 17,342 bushels corn; the Caledonia, from Hamilton, with 7,328 bushels wheat; the Annie Falconer, from Toledo, with 12,300 bushels wheat; the Victor, from Toledo, with 17,866 bushels corn; the W.G. Grant, from Chicago, with 15,250 bushels wheat; the Orient, from Chicago, with 18,000 bushels wheat; the W.J. Whaling, from Milwaukee, with 16,611 bushels wheat, and the S. Robinson, from Chicago, with 15,299 bushels wheat.
The Glide left on Saturday, towing four barges with cargoes of 51,431 bushels wheat; and the barges Advance and Dreadnought, with 23,758 bushels wheat, left by the tug line.