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Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - Schooner America, Chicago, 19,275 bushels of corn; H.W. Hoag, Toledo, 17,800 bushels of corn; Corsican, Milwaukee, 13,400 bushels of wheat; West Side, Chicago, 20,000 bushels of corn; B. Everleigh, Toledo, 9,360 bushels of corn; Alice Pacey, Montreal, 201 tons railroad iron; Monica, 120 tons of ore. Departures - Barges America, Cato, Stadacona, Lion and Rover, for Montreal, with 70,000 bushels of corn and wheat; schooner America for Oswego, light. H.W. Hoag for Toledo, light; Corsican for Oswego, light; Wave Crest for Toronto, 300 tons railroad iron; The schooner O.S. Storrs is loading railroad iron for Toronto, and 120 tons of ore for Cleveland.
Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Schooners Alma, from Port Dalhousie, 10,000 bushels corn; O.S. Storrs, Port Dalhousie, 9,117 bushels corn; barque Pride of America, Chicago, 21,000 bushels of corn; Persia, from Toronto, 11,400 bushels of corn.
Messrs. James Swift and Co's wharf - Passed Down - Steamer Corsican, from Charlotte to Oswego; Athenian, from Toronto, prop America, from St. Catharines; prop Mary Ward, from Chatham. Passed Up - Prop St. Lawrence and steamers Abyssinian and Passport.
Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - Arrivals - Schrs. Agnes Hope, Toledo, 15,200 bush of corn; Mayne (sic), Toledo, 17,200 bushels; Wm. John, Toronto, 5,000 bushels; Olive Branch, Toronto, 7,600 bushels; prop Ocean, Chicago, lightened 5,000 bushels; tug Cariboo, from Montreal, three barges, containing 200 tons of pig iron. Departures - Barges Falcon and Martin, for Montreal, with 30,000 bushels of wheat and corn; schr. Agnes Hope for Chicago, 350 tons of pig iron.
Montreal Transportation Company's Wharf - Arrived - Jura, from Toronto, 5,521 bushels of corn; Perry Hanna, Chicago, 15,018 bushels of do.; J.W. Langmuir, Toronto, 6,937 bushels of do.; Picton, Toronto, 9,639 bushels of do.; Lillie Parsons, Milwaukee, 17,000 bushels of do.; Ontario, Port Dalhousie, 4,325 bushels of do.; Sybilla, Toledo, 9,702 bush of do.; Canadian, Toronto, 9,299 bushels of do.; propeller Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 22,009 bushels of do. The tug Glide left with five barges: Corn Crib, 18,989 bushels of corn; Faith, 8,074 bushels of do.; Grace, 5,145 bushels of do.; Cruiser, 10,300 bushels of do.; Wanda, 11,162 bushels; and Fortitude, 12,000 bushels.
Port Colborne, July 2nd - Schrs. Southampton, Port Huron, Kingston, timber; Rising Star, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Rockaway, Sandusky, Oshawa, lumber; Senator Blood, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; Polly M. Rogers, Milwaukee, Cape Vincent, wheat; White Squall, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Theresa, Kingsville, Kingston, timber; New Dominion of Port Rowan, Port Elgin, Kingston, wheat; Light Guard, Sheboygan, Ogdensburg, lumber; M.L. Collins, Toledo, Oswego, corn; barque George Thurston, Bear Creek, Garden Island, timber.
Up - Schrs. King Sisters, Paragon, Augusta, barges L.B. Crocker, barques London, Montmorency; props Scotia, Akron, Lake Michigan; schr. Hungerford, barge Lester, steam barge Mary Pringle.
Patent Combined Steam Hopper Dredger - Mr. Ex-Mayor Livingston has received from Messrs. W. Simons & Co., Engineers and shipbuilders, Renfrew, Scotland, a photograph of the above dredger, with letter press descriptions from several Scottish newspapers, and which are deserving of the attention of our local authorities and others expecting to require dredging executed. It may be mentioned that the Messrs. Simons & Co. are the builders of the new dredge for the Canadian Government, of which we gave a description some time since.
A Race - A race between the barges (sic) Mary Jane and Dundee, is arranged to take place from this port to the Welland Canal, for $500. Both vessels are loading. They may not start at the same hour, but the decision rests on the length of time occupied by the voyage.