p.2 Marine News
Messrs. Jones & Miller's wharf - The prop. Enterprise arrived from Port Dalhousie with 20,700 bushels of wheat, ex schooner Knapp, from Chicago; the schooner Caledonia also reached from Cobourg with 7,300 bushels of wheat. The barge Resolution left last evening for Montreal with 7,300 bushels of wheat. The steam barge Lincoln, and barge Lisgar in tow, left for Toronto, light.
Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - Barges Mohawk, from Montreal, 236 tons of pig iron; Henry Thomas, 2,000 sacks of salt; Seneca, 250 tons of pig iron. Departures - barges Oneida, 17,397 bushels of wheat; Mohawk, 19,750 bushels of wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - The tug Glide arrived with seven barges, containing 290 tons of railroad iron and 240 tons of pig iron.
Messrs. James Swift & Co's wharf - The steamer Passport passed up, and the steamers Corinthian, Corsican, and propellers Dromedary, Lake Ontario, City of Montreal down. The schr. D. McInnis from Oswego is unloading 108 tons of coal.
Port Colborne, Oct. 30th - Down - Prop. Champlain, barque Mary Jane, prop. Cleveland, schr. New Dominion, prop. Empire, barque Southampton, schr. Garibaldi, barque Bessie Barwick, prop. Ocean.
Up - Barque D.M. Foster; prop. Granite State, schrs. Seaton, P. Bennett, Mediator, Augusta, Blake.
Port Colborne, Oct. 31st - Prop. Mary Ward, Chatham, Kingston, gen. cargo; schrs. Gold Hunter, Cleveland, Brockville, stone; H.P. Murray, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; barque Arctic, do.; schrs. St. Andrew, do.; Miami Belle, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; T. Martin, Cleveland, Cape Vincent, coal; Albacore, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Oriental, Toledo, Kingston, timber; prop. Scotia, Milwaukie, Montreal, wheat; schr. Antelope, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Paragon, do.; barque George Thurston, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.
Up - Schr. Gibson, Grenada, Acontias; Prop. Michigan, Nashua, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; barque Bismarck, St. Catharines, Cleveland, light; schrs. Eureka, Toronto, Erie, barley; Albatross, Kingston, Erie, iron ore; A. Ford, Fairhaven, Detroit, coal; Grace Whitney, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; J.G. McGrath, Kingston, Buffalo, iron ore; Dauntless, Toronto, Erie, barley; White Oak, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore.
Police Court - sailor fined $2 for being drunk.
New Propeller - The keel for a new propeller for Messrs. Proctor (of Hamilton) and Patterson (of Kingston), the owners of the late propeller China, destroyed by fire, has been laid by Messrs. Power & Son, of the Marine Railway. She will, according to agreement, be ready for launching by the opening of navigation.
The St. Lawrence - Yesterday the steamer City of Hamilton, of the Government line, while towing up six barges, partially laden with pig iron, grounded just after leaving the Edwardsburg Canal. The barges swung around in the current, and breakng loose ran down the Galops Rapids, at the bottom of which they anchored in safety. The steamer afterwards cleared and secured the barges without damage.
p.3 Customs Imports - Nov. 1st - Schr. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, M.T. Co., 22,090 bush. corn.
Schr. Drummond, Bay City, Calvin & Breck, 247 pieces oak, 17 pieces ash, 14 pieces pine.
Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).
p.4 Customs Imports - Oct. 30th - Schr. Augusta Smith, Cape Vincent, S.B. Hance, 20 bush. apples, 25 do. potatoes.
Str. Corinthian, Hamilton, G. Robertson & Son, 70 cks tobacco.
Str. Passport, Montreal, Macnee & Waddell, 1 bl British goods.
31st - Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).
Capt. Coote, of the schooner White Oak, of Oakville, who recently shot a sailor named Graham, has been acquitted, it having been proved that Graham had rushed upon Coote with a knife.