p.1 New Elevator - Another new elevator (No. 2) built for the Montreal Transportation Company, arrived here on Monday in tow of the tug Glide. Her capabilities were tested yesterday, and gave the utmost satisfaction.
p.2 Marine News
Messrs. Jones and Miller's Wharf - The schooner Ironside, from Chicago, reached here this morning with 15,600 bushels of corn; and the barge Waterloo arrived from Montreal with a cargo of general merchandise for Messrs. Chown and Cunningham. The barges Waterloo and Tiger depart this evening with a combined cargo of 23,050 bushels corn.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals since yesterday: Schooner Octavia, Toronto, 5,300 bushels of wheat; William Sanderson, Chicago, 17,082 bushels of corn; Mediterranean, Toledo, 4,933 corn; Milrose, Chicago, 14,202 bushels of corn. The tug Glide arrived yesterday with two barges, light, and two laden with 430 tons of iron ore, and she will clear this evening for Montreal with the following: Wheat Bin, 20,251 bushels of corn; Cayuga, 19,050 bushels of do.; Advance, 13,625 bushels of do.; St. Lawrence, 10,210 bushels do.
Messrs. James Swift and Co's wharf - The steamer Louise, from Ottawa, arrived and departed yesterday. The steamer Kingston passed up last night, and the steamer Corsican and propellers America and Bristol down this morning. The steamer Advance, of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Tow Company, called here yesterday. She will for the remainder of the season do service on Lake Ontario and the River St. Lawrence, between Toronto and Prescott.
Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Nothing to report.
Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - The propellers China, from Toledo, lightened 5,500 bushels of corn; the Scotia, from Chicago, 5,000 bushels of do.; the Argyle, from Chicago, 5,000 bushels of do.; and the City of Montreal, from Toledo, 3,500 bushels of do., and a quantity of walnut lumber at Messrs. J. Swift and Co's dock. The above named propellers are all bound for Montreal. Arrivals:- Schooners Jane McLeod, Toledo, 14,000 bushels of corn; Saucy Jack, Wellington, 4,000 bushels of peas, and barge Jet, from Montreal, 300 tons pig iron and merchandise (J.C. & Co.)
Collision - As the schooner Jane McLeod was entering the harbour at an early hour this morning, she came in collision with the schooner Gazelle, at anchor. The bowsprit of the former was carried away, and the stern of the Gazelle sustained slight injuries thereby.
Port Colborne, June 4th - Down - Bark Merritt, Bay City, Kingston, timber; steam barge Wm. Coure, P___ River, Ogdensburg, lumber; prop East, Southampton, Montreal, gen. cargo; schrs. C. Jeffrey, Inverhuron, Kingston, wheat; Trenton, Toledo, Oswego, corn; W.H. Oades, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Nett Woodward, Cleveland, Toronto, coal and stone; Montpellier, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Adirodac, do., do., do.; Grace Whitney, Toledo, Ogdensburg, lumber; Hungerford.
Up - Props Prairie State, City of London; schrs. Paragon, G.C. Finney, White Squall, Eureka, Victor, Louisa, Jane Ralston, bark Robert Gaskin, schr. Maige (sic), brig Paveless ?, schr. Annandale, bark London, Kingston, Bay City, light; brig. L. Cook, Kingston, Toledo, light; schr. H.C. Winslow, do., Cleveland, do.; bark Malta, Clayton, Cedar Creek, do.; schrs. Albecore (sic), Kingston, Bay City, do.; Mary Grover, do., Toledo, do.; San Jacinto. Wind Northeast.
Custom Imports - 4th - Schr. Jessie Scarth, Chicago, M.T. Co., 16,301 bush corn.
Schr. Gazelle, Port Dalhousie, M.T. Co., 6,477 bush corn.
June 5th - Schr. Melrose, Chicago, M.T. Co., 14,209 bush corn.
Schr. Iron Sides, Chicago, Jones & Miller, 15,600 bush corn.
Str. Kingston, Montreal, R. & J. Gardiner, 2 cases, 1 bale British goods.
Barge Jet, Montreal, J. Carrutherrs & Co., 100 cases brandy.
Barque Jessie Drummond, Milwaukie, Coulthurst & Macphie, 19,281 bush corn.
Schr. Chicago, Toledo, Holcomb & Stewart, 5,143 bush corn.
Schr. Mediterranean, Toledo, M.T. Co., 14,395 bush corn.
Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo)