p.1 Off For Prescott - gunboat Rescue carrying Deputy Minister of Militia and party.
Yacht Oriole - The fine schooner yacht owned by Messrs. Campbell, Hunter and Mulock, of Toronto, arrived here from that place last night, and is now lying opposite Carruthers' wharf. This vessel is on its first cruise, having been built this spring by Mr. Shickluna of St. Catharines. She measures 90 tons, and is fitted up with great taste. A number of Toronto gentlemen are on board, and the sailing master is Capt. Bilton of our city. The party intended going down the river as far as Ogdensburg, and will probably return to Toronto in a couple of weeks, visiting some American towns on the return trip. We congratulate the owners on the result of their undertaking in having obtained the finest yacht afloat in Canadian waters.
p.2 Marine News
Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - The schr. S.D. Hungerford, from Toledo, arrived with 17,000 bushels of corn, and the prop Dromedary, from Toledo, lightened 3,000 bush corn, and proceeded to Montreal. The schrs. Sweet Home and Olive Branch, sailed for Toronto with 384 tons of railroad iron; and the barges America and Cato left for Montreal with a combined cargo of 25,000 bush corn.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals - Prop Enterprise, for Port Dalhousie, 20,140 bush corn; schr. Hoboken, Milwaukee, 18,000 bush wheat; L. Casey, Toledo, 17,000 bush corn; G. Smith, Milwaukie, 17,206 bush wheat; Queen of the Lakes, Milwaukie, 15,200 bush wheat.
Messrs. James Swift and Co's wharf - Passed down - Steamers Abyssinian, Corsican and Picton, and prop City of Montreal. Gunboat Rescue, tugs Advance and Erin coaling.
Port Colborne, July 29th - Down - Bark Jessie Drummond, Chicago, Kingston; schr. Theresa, Kingston (sic), Clayton, timber; prop Europa, Milwaukee, Montreal, gen. cargo; City of London, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; China, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; barge Lester, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; G.B. Rocker, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; Albany, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; steam barge Belle P. Cross, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; East, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; Akron, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Magdola, Toledo, Kingston, staves; prop. Shickluna, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; bark S.D. Woodruff, Ramney, Clayton, timber; schrs. Madeira, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Havana, Chicago, Oswego, corn; H.N. Badman, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Great Western, Mary, Defiance, prop. Empire, Ogdensburg, Toledo.
Up - Bark R. Gaskin, prop. Ocean, schr. Gen. Bradly, Union Jack, Augusta, Julia Willard, prop. Oswegatchie, schr. Ada Medora, Olive Branch, schr. Lisger, Port Robinson, Cleveland, light; Clara Zitell, Kingston, Toledo, prop. Maine, Ogdensburg, Toledo, gen. cargo; schr. John Jewett, Montreal, Cleveland, scrap iron; Albacore ?, Kingston, Port Huron, light; Dauntless, do., Cleveland, iron ore; Bay Queen, Port Hope, Rondeau, light; steam yacht Nellie Booth (Rooth ?), St. Catharines, Detroit, light; tug T.R., Port Robinson, Goderich, light.
The Wreck of the Steamer Kingston - The remains of the once fine steamer Kingston have been towed down by the Bruce from Grenadier Island where she was grounded at the time of the late accident, to the derrick of the Brockville and Ottawa Railway wharf, Brockville, with which the ends of her shafts, etc., were lifted in upon the deck. On Saturday the hull passed down the Lachine Canal, where the steamer will be rebuilt and refitted, with the addition of new boilers, and will be ready to take her place on the line upon the opening of navigation for the season of 1873.
The Excursion Yesterday - nearly 400 persons on str. Rochester to Gananoque, Brockville, Prescott and Ogdensburg.