p.2 Royal Mail Through Line - Change Of Time - Commencing tomorrow, the 19th August, the steamers of this line will leave for Montreal at 5 o'clock in the morning instead of 5:30 as heretofore. Passengers will please remember that one of the company's steamers leave for Oswego and Charlotte every evening (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock.
Rideau Canal - We learn that the locks have been repaired at Kingston Mills, and that navigation will be resumed tomorrow. This speaks well for the manner in which the repairs have been made. We understand that providing double gates for the Rideau Canal would be attended with enormous expense, owing to the fact that no two of the locks are the same size.
There is a great rush at the harbour just now, the largest arrival of the season having taken place since Saturday. All the elevators are employed.
Jones & Miller's wharf - Arrived: Schrs. Dauntless, Cleveland, 12,500 bush. wheat; E.P. Dorr, Toledo, 14,200 bush. corn; Princess Alexandra, Bay City, Mich., staves; barge Cato, arrived from Montreal, light; barge Alabama leaves with 12,250 bush. wheat, 1,100 bush. corn, and a deck load of staves; Odessa, 14,290 bush. corn, and a deck load of staves.
Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - Arrived: Props. Columbia, Port Hope, 14,057 bush. wheat; B.F. Wade, Toledo, 9,973 bush. corn; Senator Blood, Milwaukee, 15,200 bush. wheat; Surprise, Milwaukee, 13,500 bush. wheat; Picton, Port Dalhousie, 9,666 bush. wheat; S. & F. Collier, Port Dalhousie, 10,342 bush. wheat; prop. Lincoln, Toledo, 17,300 bush. corn; barge Lisgar, Toledo, 22,360 bush. corn; Marco Polo, Hamilton, 16,000 West India staves and 1,800 pipe staves; barge Quebec, 190 tons salt; barge M.A. Grant, 191 tons salt. Cleared: schr. Union Jack, Welland Canal, 779 bars rail iron; barge Canada, Montreal, 17,435 bush. wheat and 3,100 bush. corn.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Arrived: Lillie Parsons, Milwaukee, 16,500 bush. wheat; Yankee Blade, Chicago, 16,300 bush. corn; Benedict, Port Dalhousie, 11,478 bush. corn; Madeira, Chicago, 18,800 bush. wheat; W.N. Grant, Port Dalhousie, 10,319 bush. corn; Vienna, Port Dalhousie, 10,049 bush. corn; G.D. Fort, Chicago, 24,188 corn; Canadian, Port Dalhousie, 8,225 bush. corn; Perry Hannah, Chicago, 14,993 bush. corn; Miami Belle, Toledo, 16,000 bush. corn; tug H.F. Bronson arrived with 6 barges and 150 tons iron. Cleared: Tug Glide with barges Corncrib, 18,224 bush. wheat; C., 9,560 bush. wheat; Finch, 1,000 bush. wheat; Waverly, 11,735 bush. wheat; Wheat Bin, 22,000 bush. corn; tug Charlotte, with barges Montreal, 18,765 bush. wheat; Advance, 13,934 bush. corn; Duluth, 21,000 bush. corn; Arthur, 12,300 bush. corn.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Abyssinian, Magnet and Passport passed up; and steamers Athenian, Corsican and Osprey, and prop. America passed down. Canal boats Sally and D.F. Atkins, arrived from New York with 300 tons Lehigh coal. Tug Wren coaled here this morning.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - Philo Bennett, Port Hope, 6,385 bush. wheat; S.T. Atwater, Chicago, 20,348 bush. wheat; New Dominion of Picton, Kincardine, 12,000 bush. wheat; Heather Bell, Toronto, 8,519 bush. wheat; Wanderer, Toronto, 6,162 bush. wheat; prop. Scotia, Chicago, lightened 4,250 bush. wheat. The tug Wren arrived at midnight last night, having made another quick trip. She left here on Wednesday last at 2 p.m. with four barges, having an aggregate cargo of 65,000 bush. grain, went to Lachine, and returned as above. She leaves this afternoon with barges Jet, 23,000 bush. wheat; Hawk, 12,000 bush. wheat; Snipe, 12,000 bush. wheat; Star, 11,500 wheat and corn; and Thrush with staves.
A splendid new schooner was launched from the shipyard of Mr. Wm. Raymond, Picton, on Saturday afternoon. She was built for Messrs. Haggerty & Hume, of Toronto. She has a capacity of 13,000 bushels, and is to be named Twilight. This vessel is pronounced by connoisseurs in shipbuilding to be the best vessel ever launched from the yard of this now justly celebrated builder.