p.2 Marine News
Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - Schooners Garibaldi, Port Dalhousie, 8,311 bushels of corn; Australia, Port Dalhousie, 7,656 bushels of do.; H.B. Rathbun, Port Ryerse, 9,028 bushels of wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrived - Schooners Lumina, Port Dalhousie, 10,396 bushels of corn; Cortez, Chicago, 19,000 bushels of do.; Sea Gull, Toledo, 14,000 bushels of do.; Madeira, Chicago, 20,000 bushels of do.; Dundee, Chicago, 16,243 bushels of do.; City of London, lightened 4,038 bushels of do.; tug Glide, from Montreal, four barges, light. She left again last evening with the following barges: Intrepid, 10,044 bushels of do.; Frank, 10,350 bushels of do.; Ingot, 7,573 bushels of do.; Friend, 7,500 bushels of do.; Energy, 13,464 bushels of do.; Fame, 8,341 bushels of do.
Messrs. James Swift and Co's wharf - Passed up - Steamers Corsican, Picton and prop City of Montreal, and the steamer Corinthian down. The barge Bobby arrived from Montreal with 350 tons of coal for J. Swift & Co. The new prop Lake Michigan, bound down, called yesterday.
Marine Railway - The tug Jessie Hall was launched yesterday, and the barge Thrush hauled out for repairs.
Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - The schooner Havana arrived from Chicago with 40,000 bushels of corn, and three barges cleared for Montreal with a combined cargo of 40,000 bushels of the same grain.
Port Colborne, June 28th - Down - Prop City of London, Toledo, Montreal; Schooners Maize, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Oriental, Garden River, Kingston, timber; Bismarck, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Smith and Post, Sheboygan, Oswego, wheat; American, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Sybella, Toledo, Kingston, corn; W.H. Hoag, do., do.; Magdala, Kincardine, Kingston, wheat; bark Hercules, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal and salt; schrs. Wm. Hunter, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; Lillie Parsons, Milwaukie, Kingston, wheat; Corsican, do., do.; Florence, Chicago; brig W. Emery, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Schr. Albatross, Bear Creek, Kingston, timber; Undine, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; Ariadne, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Westside, Chicago, Kingston, corn; John Jewett, Cleveland, Monntreal, stone; R. Dart, Cleveland, Toronto, coal and gen. cargo; B. Eveleigh, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Sidewind, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Mary Battle, Oxford, Cleveland, timber; New Dominion of Toronto, Big Creek, Kingston, staves; bark British Lion, Toledo, Kingston, timber; shr. Ayr, Bay City, Kingston; John A. Macdonald of Toronto, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Nevada, Chicago, Oswego, corn; John A. Macdonald of Port Burwell, Port Rowan, Welland, lumber; prop Ocean, Chicago, Montreal, corn; schr. W. Elgin, Cleveland, Kingston, coal; G. Bigler, Chicago, Kingston, corn; George C. Finney; James Morris.
Up - Props Michigan, Georgian, L. Shickluna, shrs. Wild Rover, Pandora, Orient, T. Martin, Cape Vincent, Buffalo, iron ore; prop Bruno, Toronto, Toledo; schr. Queen of the Lakes, Kingston, Inverhuron, light; barks Wm. Home, Hemisphere, Colborne, Erie, light.
At Elevator - Bark Hemisphere and schr. Portland.
The prop Georgian had a narrow escape from burning here last night when coming up through the canal. Near the lock smoke was seen issuing from her stern quarters. By exertion the fire was got under without much damage.
The schr. Portland, with cargo from Chicago, for Port Colborne, got in Colchester.
ad - Dominion Day - Kingston and Cape Vincent Ferry - The New Iron Steamer Pierrepont will leave Kingston for Cape Vincent on Monday next at 6:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Returning, will leave Cape Vincent at 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. and 10 p.m. Fare going and returning 50 cents. Families taken at moderate rates.
Kingston, June 29th, 1872 G.M. Kinghorn
ad - Dominion Day! - Pleasure Excursion to the Thousand Islands - The steamer Picton will leave the St. Lawrence Wharf at one p.m. Tickets 25 cents each.
June 29th James Swift & Co.