p.2 Yachting - Mr. J.B. Walkem is in receipt of a telegram from Col. Shaw, of Toronto, stating that the yachts Lady Stanley, Ina, Coral and Rivet will arrive at Kingston this week, and a number of gentlemen intend getting up a purse for their competition.
Jones & Miller's wharf - schr. Hercules, Port Dalhousie, 13,000 bush. wheat; Mont Blanc, Chicago, 21,000 bush. wheat; Seabird, Hamilton, 75,000 staves. The barges Powerful and Rover left for Montreal wth 3,6000 bush. wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - Atlantic, Chicago, 21,624 bush. wheat; Dundee, Milwaukee, 15,500 bush. wheat. The tugs H.F. Bronson and Elfin left with Dauntless, 18,400 bush. wheat; Fortitude, 11,400 bush. wheat; Wanda, 11,037 bush. wheat; Dreadnought, 10,060 bush. wheat; Utility, 10,989 bush. wheat; Albert, 12,975 bush. wheat; Victor, 12,775 bush. wheat; Convoy, 8,752 bush. wheat; Ingot, 7,394 bush. wheat; Cruiser, 9,358 bush. wheat.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Corinthian and Spartan passed up; and York and Bavarian down. The prop. America passed down. Tug Wren coaled.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - Homeward Bound, Darlington, 9,000 bush. peas; Philo Bennett, Darlington, 7,000 bush. peas; prop. Argyle, Chicago, lightened 4,989 bush. wheat. The tug Wren arrived from Montreal with six barges.
Port Colborne, Sept. 20th - Up: schrs. A.L. Andrews, Gen. Burnside, Louisa, Reindeer, Gleniffer, Gibraltar, Morning Light, Mystic Star, Queen of the Lakes, W.H. Oades, Undine, Cambria, prop. Nashua.
Down: schrs. Two Brothers, Cleveland, Port Hope, coal; Helfenstein, do., Toronto, do.; Meteor, do., Hamilton, do.; Vienna, do., Toronto, do.; Fanny Campbell, Toledo, Kingston, corn; prop. Maine, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schrs. S.H. Rathbun, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Union, Port Ryerse, Port Colborne, lumber; Sweden, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Sturgess, Chicago, Oswego, barley; prop. St. Albans, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.