p.1 Marine News
Jones & Miller's wharf - The schooner New Dominion is loading 300 tons of salt for Chicago.
Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - The schr. Onward, Chicago, 14,817 bush. wheat. The barge Carrier left with 9,739 bush. wheat. The schr. Wavecrest is loading rail iron for Welland.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Wm. Sanderson, Chicago, 20,347 bush. corn; Gilbert Mollison, Chicago, 18,697 bush. wheat; Wade, Chicago, 18,186 bush. wheat; prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 22,600 bush. corn; Mediator, Chicago, 15,474 bush. corn; Amoskeag, Chicago, 15,500 bush. corn; Turner and Keller, Chicago, 16,003 bush. wheat; D.S. Austin, Chicago, 17,591 bush. wheat; D.M. Foster, Chicago, 22,000 bush. wheat.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Picton and Passport passed down. The str. Athenian went out on her trip up last night, but was obliged to put back to the harbour on account of the gale.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The tug Wren left with barges Jet, 23,000 bush. corn and wheat; Swan, 17,000 bush. corn and wheat; Annie, 14,100 bush. corn.
Port Colborne, Sept. 1st - Up: Barque Cavalier, schrs. Sweepstakes, Dauntless, Perry, Seaton, Mary Grover, C. Youell, Queen of the Lakes, Fleetwing, Paragon, Annandale, Rival, W. Hunter, Fearless, prop. Persia, Oswegatchie, brig. Emery, schrs. Maize, Starling, barque City of Monatawo (sic - Manitouwac ?), R. Gaskin.
Down: Prop. Young America, schr. Hoboken, G. Smith, brig. E. Cohen, barque G. Folger, schr. Freeman, steam-barge W. Cowie, schr. Union Jack, Persia, Scott, prop. Maine, steambarge Glasgow, barge Lathrop, Mark, India, prop. Akron, barque St. Lawrence, schr. Miami Belle, Canadian, Marysburg, Homeward Bound, T. Simms, Jennie Graham, prop. Buckeye, St. Albans, brig. L. Cook, London, schrs. Richardson, Lamb, A. Powell, Anglo-Saxon, S. Blood.
At Elevator - Schr. J. Richards.
Cleared for Erie or Cleveland - E.M. Portch.
Cleared for Cleveland - L.J. Clark.