p.2 Marine News
The elevators are still silent, but a favourable wind is blowing, and the fleet is expected down the lake today.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The strs. Magnet, Abyssinian and Picton passed up, and the strs. Corsican and Athenian and prop. Indian passed down.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The schr. Ariadne, from Newcastle, 8,600 bush. wheat and peas; schr. Sweepstakes, Chicago, 12,100 bush. wheat.
Port Colborne, July 18th, Down: Schrs. W.Y. Emery, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; J.R. Noyes, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; John Miner, Chicago, Port Colborne, corn; Jane Ralston, Toledo, Ogdensburg, lumber; F. Crawford, Port Huron, do., timber; Garibaldi, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Anglo Saxon, Toledo, Kingston, timber; E.H. Rutherford, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; A. Falconer, do., Toronto, do.; Augusta, Windsor, Kingston, timber; D. Loyns (sic - Lyons ?), Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; London, Toledo, Kingston, timber; British Lion, do., do., do.; Cecilia, Romney, do., do.; Havanah, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Norway, Toledo, Kingston, timber; prop. Granite State, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schrs. H.L. Biggie, Chicago, Owego, corn; Penokee, Kingston, wheat; steam-barge Westford, Ausable, Ogdensburg, lumber; schrs. North Star, Cleveland, Brockville, coal; Mary, Port Stanley, Clayton, staves; Valentine, Toledo, Kingston, corn; Clara Youell, Sandusky, Toronto, coal; L. Cook, Toledo, Kingston, timber; O.S. Storrs, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.
Up: Schrs. Oriental, L. Parsons, Picton, Clyde, steam-barge Wm. Cowie.
New Telegraph Line - The Montreal Telegraph Company are just now building a line to Port Metcalfe, at the extreme foot of Wolfe Island, where an extensive business is carried on in discharging timber vessels and making up rafts. It is expected that the line will be in operation in a few days, and will be of great use to businessmen.