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Jones & Miller's wharf - Arrived: Schr. Great Western, Toronto, 10,500 bush. wheat; Flying Scud, Hamilton, 4,000 bush. peas; Hercules, Chicago, 15,000 bush. corn. The barges Minnie and Rover leave tonight with 40,000 bush. wheat and corn for Montreal.
Coulthurst & Macphie's wharf - Arrived: schr. Orient, Chicago, 18,620 bush. wheat; Evelyn Bates, Chicago, 14,253 bush. wheat; Queen of the Lakes, 14,761 bush. wheat. Cleared: barge Janes, 14,650 bush. corn, for Montreal; Lion, 14,000 bush. corn for Montreal.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Schrs. Rising Star, Milwaukee, 17,200 bush. wheat; Dauntless, Toronto, 10,655 bush. corn; Ariel, Port Hope, 9,980 bush. wheat; James Norris, Milwaukee, 17,600 bush. wheat; Annie Melvey, Chicago, 16,000 bush. wheat; Lilly Parsons, Chicago, 17,000 bush. wheat; Nassau, Chicago, 22,569 bush. corn; H.W. Hoag, Toledo, 17,800 bush. corn; Arabia, Chicago, 19,100 bush. wheat; Laura Beth, Milwaukee, 20,900 bush. wheat; M.T. Merrick, Chicago, 19,684 bush. corn; Octavia, Toronto, 5,327 bush. corn; Bell Macphie, 6,750 do.
Messrs. James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamer Passport passed down yesterday, and the steamer Magnet and prop. Lothair up. The schr. Babineau and Gaudry is unloading 265 tons coal here.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - Schr. Delos de Wolf has arrived from Chicago with 17,000 bush. wheat. Two barges are loading at Portsmouth with 1,000 tons phosphate for Quebec, intended for shipment to Liverpool.
Another Schooner - The keel for another new schooner has been laid in Mr. Rathbun's shipyard, Mill Point, to be completed this summer.
Launch - On Wednesday next, June 4th, a splendid new schooner, which has been built by Mr. Jamieson during the past three months will be launched from the shipyard of Messrs. Rathbun & Son at Mill Point. Parties who wish to see a fine vessel go into the Bay in gallant style had better attend.
Port Colborne, May 31st - Down: Schr. F. Crawford, Port Huron, Ogdensburg, lumber; steam barges A.O. Turner, Muskigan, Ogdensburg, lumber; Belle P. Cross, Bay City, do., do.; barges Eureka, Manistee, do., do.; Acton, do., do.; F. Lester, Bay City, do., do.; Albany, do., do.; L.B. Crocker, do., do.; schr. Jane Ralston, Toledo, Kingston, lumber; prop. St. Lawrence, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.
Up: Barque Jessie Breck, prop. Maine, schr. T. Simms, prop. Young America, schrs. New Dominion of Quebec, E.P. Dorr, C.G. Mixer, Prince Albert, Belle Eliza.
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Garden Island, June 2nd - Arrivals in this port since Saturday 31st May: schrs. George Thurston, from Bay City, lumber; Albacore, from Leamington, timber; Bismarck, from Toledo, lumber; new schr. Craftsman, from Bay City, staves; Wave Crest, Bay City, staves; Canada, from Toledo, lumber; Anglo Saxon, Toledo, lumber; barque British Lion, from Toledo, lumber; schr. Eliza Dunbar, Hamilton, staves. The new schr. Lady Macdonald with staves and barque Prince of Wales and schr. Robert Gaskin, with lumber, called here and went down to Calvin & Breck's new branch rafting establishment, Port Metcalfe, foot of Wolfe Island, to discharge. Fanny Campbell, Bay City, lumber; brig Lafayette Cook, Toledo, lumber. Cleared from this port since Saturday: The D.M. Foster, and new schr. Maggie Macrae, both light. The two-masted topsail schr. Gleniffer, a new vessel built at Port Robinson, Welland Canal, by John P. Abbie for Mr. James Norris, of St. Catharines, her first cargo of lumber, from Bay City. She is a fine well-built schr. and gives promise of carrying a large cargo.