p.2 The Wreck - The party of wreckers under the supervision of Captain Howard, of Montreal, and which is composed of several Messrs. Calvin and Breck's employees, left today for operations at the site of the wreck of the steamer Kingston. The old steamer Queen, which has been lying for some months at the Water Works Company's wharf, has been towed down, and will be used as a cabin for the men engaged at this work.
Port Colborne, July 10th - Down - Schrs. James McDonald, Port Rowan, Port Hope, light; Annandale, Cleveland, Cobourg, coal; Marysburg, Port Burwell, Oshawa, wood; Miami Belle, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; H.P. Murray, Dealtown, Clayton, staves; Hungerford, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Azov, Milwaukie, Kingston, wheat; Ironsides, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Portland, Detroit, Ogdensburg, lumber; bark Arabia, Chicago, Kingston, corn; prop. Buckeye, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; bark Clyde, Pyron Bay, Kingston, timber; schrs. Jane McLeod, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Wm. Hunter, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; Jessie Scott, Milwaukie, Kingston, wheat; Laura Bell, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Agnes, Wallaceburg, St. Catharines, wood and lumber.
Up - Schnell, C. Winslow, barge Chippewan, Welland Port, schrs. Ben Franklin, Lillie Parsons, Annie Mulvey.
p.3 Custom Imports - July 10th - Str. Corinthian, Montreal, McNee & Waddell, 2 rolls oil cloth.
July 11th - Str. Spartan, Oswego, R. Town, 15 bskts cherries, 5 bskts tomatoes; R. Tompkins, 1 crate berries.
Str. Passport, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo)