p.2 Marine News
Jones & Miller's wharf - schr. Monticello, Chicago, 20,674 bush. wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - schrs. ?, Chicago, 22,232 bush. wheat; Lillie Parsons, Chicago, 17,500 bush. wheat; H.P. Murray, Cleveland, 9,650 (sic) bush. wheat; Rutherford, Toledo, 15,257 bush. wheat; Oliver Mowat, Cleveland, 16,548 bush. wheat. The barges Staghound and Arthur left per Government Tug Line with 22,800 bush. wheat.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamer Bavarian up, and the steamer Magnet down. The prop. Persia passed up, and the St. Lawrence lies at the dock, having been unable to proceed up last night in consequence of the gale.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 18,090 bush. wheat; schr. Yankee Blade, Chicago, 15,325 bush. wheat.
Barges Ashore - Three barges, belonging to Coulthurst and McPhie, in tow of the tug William, went ashore on Blanket Island, below the foot of Wolfe Island, last night. The gale was the cause of this, as the tug hugged the shore a little more closely than she should have done for protection; and in consequence the barges were driven ashore. The schr. Morning Star left this morning to lighten the barges.
Port Colborne, Sept. 18th, Down: prop. City of Toledo, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schrs. Rockaway, Erie, Oswego, coal; Marysburg, do., do., do.; Gold Hunter of Milford, do., do., do.; Olivia, do., do., do.; A. Hope, do., do., do.; Grace Whitney, Toledo, Ogdensburg, lumber; Trade Wind, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; E.W. Rathbun, do., do., do.; prop. Dromedary, Cleveland, Montreal, wheat; M.C. Cameron, Chicago to Port Colborne, corn.
Up: prop. City of Boston, schrs. Fearless, Rival, Richmond, Corsican, Paragon, Annie Falconer, E. Merald, barques Cecilia, K. Bismarck, Mary Battle, J. Drummond, schrs. Monteray, M.L. Collins, J.P. Mack, C. Jeffery, L. Powell, G.L. Wren, Hoboken, St. Lawrence, Benedict; M.C. Cameron, Port Colborne, Chicago, light.