p.2 Marine News
Messrs. Jones and Millers wharf - The schrs. Southampton, from Chicago, with 20,000 bush of corn, and Caladonia, from Cobourg, 6,500 bushels of wheat, have arrived and been discharged. The barges America, 200 tons of pig iron, and Monica, 300 bags of salt, arrived from Montreal. They unloaded and left again last night for the same place with 20,000 bushels of corn, 770 barrels of apples, and 260 barrels of flour.
Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - Schr. Meteor, from Oakville, 3,861 bushels of wheat; barge John Munn, from Montreal, 838 bars of railroad iron; barge Elk, 100 tons of pig iron; barge Powerful, 190 tons of pig and 300 bars of railroad iron; barge Jones, 208 tons, and barge Tuscarora, 220 tons of pig iron. The prop. Enterprise left for Hamilton with 220 tons of pig iron.
Messrs. James Swift and Co.'s wharf - The steamers Picton and Osprey and propellers Mary Ward and Bristol passed down. The steamer Norseman arrived with a load of fruit from Rochester, via Charlotte. The steamer Spartan, bound up, was detained by stress of weather.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrivals since Saturday - Ontario, from Toledo, 20,061 bushels of corn; Canadian, from Port Dalhousie, 21,902 bushels of wheat; New Dominion, from Chicago, 11,763 do.; Medbury, from Chicago, 10,132 do.; Mary Jane, from Chicago, 19,565 do.; Maggie McRae, from Chicago, 20,145 do.; Enterprise, from Port Dalhousie, 19,336 do.; Garibaldi, from Toledo, 19,966 bushels of corn; M.L. Breck, from Toledo, 16,496 bushels of corn. Departures, per tug Bronson - Barges Westport, 10,200 bushels wheat; C., 9,775 bushels corn; Dauntless, 10,769 bushels of corn; C. Burgess, 10,448 bushels of wheat; Harvest, 14,148 bushels of wheat; Fortitude, 10,325 bushels do.; Wanda, 10,750 bushels corn; Glow, 709 (sic) bushels do.; Convoy, 9,000 bushels wheat. The barque Mary Jane is loading bag salt for Toledo.
Port Colborne, 5th - Down - Prop. Georgian, Port Ryerse, Montreal, gen. cargo; America, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; B. Everleigh, Toledo, do.; prop. Michigan, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Shickluna, Erie, Oswego, corn; C.G. Mixer, Chicago, Oswego, corn; schr. Wave Crest, Kincardine, Kingston, wheat; R. Dart, Toledo, Oswego, corn; L. Dall, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Clayton Bell, Chicago, Ogdensburg, corn; Madeira, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Jamaica, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Guiding Star, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Mont Blanc, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Amoskeag, Detroit, do., corn; Hungerford, Toledo, Ogdensburg, corn; A.J. Rogers, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Persia, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; barque Jane C. Woodruff, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; schr. Northumberland.
Up - Prop. City of Chatham, Lake Michigan, schr. J.E. Noyes, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Lilly Parsons, Oswego, Milwaukee, salt.
Serious Collision On the Lake - Last night about 10:30 o'clock a collision occurred off Four Mile Point between the schooners Hercules and Medbery (sic - Medbury), by which the former lost her stem and the latter was stove in and sunk. Yesterday afternoon the Hercules sailed for Hamilton with railroad iron. Finding the weather unfavourable for satisfactory headway, she had "come about," and was returning to this port when she sighted the Medbery, salt laden for Chicago. Both displayed lights but the masters of neither had the least conception they were so near until the vessels struck violently, and the extent of the damage incurred wat at once apparent. The Hercules is insured here; the Medbery in Cleveland.
p.3 Drowned - an aged fisherman being towed by steamer in his small boat.