p.2 Marine News
Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The propeller Dromedary, from Toledo, discharged 2,000 bushels of corn, and proceeded thence to Montreal, having in tow the barge John Wesley, containing her lighterage. The schr. Jennie Mullens sailed for Toledo, light. The barge Monica departed for Montreal last evening in tow of one of the government steamers, with 10,000 bushels of corn; and the barge Alice Pacey leaves this evening for the same destination with 17,000 bushels of the same grain as the foregoing. Arrivals since yesterday morning: barque Cecilia, Chicago, 20,000 bushels of corn; schrs. Azov, Chicago, 12,500 bushels of do.; Sweepstakes, Chicago, 12,000 bushels do.
Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - The propeller Enterprise cleared for Port Dalhousie, light. The barges Tuscarora, Quebec and Janes arrived from Montreal yesterday, light.
Montreal Transportation Company - Arrived - Schrs. Tem Sipis ?, Toledo, 15,000 bushels of corn; White Cloud, Chicago, 13,774 bushels of corn; James Morris, Chicago, 18,549 bushels do.; Laura Belle, Chicago, 19,383 bushels do.
Messrs. James Swift and Co's wharf - The steamer Magnet passed up and the steamer Osprey down. The steamer Louisa, from Ottawa, arrived and departed yesterday.
Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - Vessels reported since yesterday:- Schooner Mary, Port Stanley, 15,000 bushels of peas and wheat; Acontia, Toledo, 16,800 bushels of corn; and barge Star, from Montreal, 200 tons of pig iron, which is being transferred to the schooner Lillie Powell for Cleveland. The schooner Ontario, 19,000 bushels of wheat, from Goderich, arrived here last night. The barge Thrush leaves for Montreal with 17,000 bushels of peas.
Hauled Out - The schooner Dauntless, which has been repaired on the ways at Portsmouth, ran off the carriage yesterday when being launched. She was tugged off by the steamer Hiram A. Calvin, and strained thereby, so that she had to be hauled out again for repairs.
Wreck of the Evergreen City - The expedition to raise the propeller Evergreen City on Long Point returned on Saturday without accomplishing anything towards the desired object, except leaving a pump at Port Rowan. The wreck is reported deeply embedded in sand, and will be hard to raise, but we understand the undertaking has not been abandoned. Another pump has been engaged, and possibly the party will return to her today. [Buffalo Express]
Wheat In Store at Milwaukee - The quantity of wheat in store at Milwaukee, May 25, 1872, was 1,436,000 bushels; same time 1871, 994,000 bushels; same time 1870, 947,000 bushels.
For Kingston - Port Colborne, May 31st - Down - Schrs. Folger, Tyrconnell, Kingston, stone; Marysburg, Cleveland, do., coal and oats; Wm. Elgin, Port Huron, do., stone; D. Wells, Chicago, do., corn; Jessie Scarth, do., do., corn; Wm. Sanderson, do., do., do.; Melwin ?, do., do., do.; R. Dart, Toledo, do., do.; brig Albatross, Bay City, do., timber; bark Jessie Drummond, Chicago, do., corn; schrs. Mediterranean, Toledo, do., do.; Ironsides, Chicago, do., do.
Norwegians - immigrants on Magnet going westward.
Aground - A vessel, grain laden in entering the harbour yesterday afternoon, grounded on the shoal near Point Frederick. She was taken off without much damage by the tugs H.M. Mixer and Grenville.
p.3 The Montreal Trade - The traffic of the Chatham and Montreal steamers has been thus far favourable, the shipments to and from these points being brisk, and trips performed with regularity. The only annoyance they are subject to is the barrier at the entrance of the River Thames. This, it is now stated, is shortly to be removed, when the necessity of lightering will no longer remain. The steamer Mary Ward arrived on Saturday with a cargo for Montreal, consisting of 2,500 barrels of flour and sundries. The steamer Dominion accompanied her to Windsor, bringing 1,000 barrels of the above quantity to that place to allow the Ward to pass over the bar. The latter steamer took on 1,000 barrels of whiskey at Walker's distillery, and proceeded on her voyage. [Detroit Free Press]