p.1 Marine News
The signal drum was elevated yesterday afternoon for a storm, and the storm came about seven o'clock last night, from the west. The forwarding trade is now beginning to fall off, as the season is drawing to a close, and freights being low, captains are now thinking of laying up for the winter. The arrivals since last report have been very small.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 20,007 bush. wheat.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The str. Corsican passed down. The str. Bavarian, arrived last night on her way up, but did not leave the harbour. She still lies there awaiting the falling of the storm. The prop. Lake Erie and Bruno passed up. The steam-barge Nile leaves for the Rideau Canal with a general cargo; and the tug Eleanor leaves with a tow of barges with a general cargo for the same place. The schr. Gazelle arrived from Toronto with 60,000 bricks for Ottawa.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The prop. Lincoln and barge Lisgar arrived from Chicago, with 41,000 bush. wheat; J. Stevenson, Port Hope, 8,000 bush. wheat.
Port Colborne, Oct. 30th - Down: props. Empire, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; California, Chicago, Montreal, gen. cargo; Granite State, Toledo, Ogdensburg, do.; schrs. Wawanosh, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Starling, Erie, Toronto, coal.
Up: schrs. Grenada, Rankeebee, Senator Blood, Reindeer, Samana, C.G. Mixer, Ontario of Montreal, props. Lawrence, Lowell, Oswegatchie, schrs. Queen of the North, Bay Trader, Paragon, Garibaldi, Pandora, Jane Ralston, Morning Light, D. Sharp.
Wind, south-east, blowing hard, weather looking bad; several vessels left during the day, but most of them had to remain for more favourable weather.
p.2 Boat Stolen - a hand on a propeller now in harbour is suspected of stealing Brown Jug.