p.2 An international regatta took place at Toronto yesterday. There were ten entries. The race was won by the Lord Stanley, the Ina being second, Oriole third, Brunette fourth and Coral fifth. The race is off on account of the Lady Stanley not having gone round a buoy which had sunk off Mimico Point. The race will be sailed again on Saturday.
p.4 Marine News
The harbour is full of grain vessels, but there are no barges to take in their cargoes. The elevators are quiet in response. The arrivals since yesterday have been very small.
Jones & Miller's wharf - The schr. Nellie Sherwood, Toronto, 6,100 bush. wheat.
Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - The Mohawk left last night with 21,198 bush. wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - The schr. Annie Mulvey left with 114 tons rail iron for Windsor.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Magnet passed up, and the Corsican and Abyssinian down; props. Bristol and Europe passed down. The schr. Morning Star arrived from Fairhaven with 13 (sic) tons coal. The U.S. steamer Addie coaled this morning.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The propeller Europe lightened 4,370 bush. wheat from Chicago.
Port Colborne, Sept. 3rd - Down: Props. Champlain, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Empire, Toledo, do., do.; steam-barge Lincoln, Chicago, Kingston, grain; prop. Brooklyn, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Asia, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; schr. Swallow, Tyrconnell, Ogdensburg, lumber; barque Lisgar, Chicago, Kingston, grain; schrs. Eureka, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; B. Lyon, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Cecilia and Norway, do.; prop. Lake Erie, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.
Up: Props. Lowell, Montpelier, Ocean, schrs. J.R. Noyes, Tailor, Ada Medora, J.C. Woodruff, E.H. Rutherford, S. Amsden, Sarah Jane, Nett Woodward, M.L. Breck, New Dominion of Quebec, barge Garden City, barque W.M. Home, G.W. Davis, schr. Jane McLeod, Jas. Scott, E. Blake.