p.2 Marine News
The arrivals of grain are becoming "smaller by degrees, and beautifully less." The forwarders will soon be called upon to close up for the season.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - The barque Arabia, from Chicago, with 19,510 bush. of wheat, is the only arrival.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The str. Magnet arrived last night, but had to lie over on account of the storm. The Bavarian, which came up on Thursday night, left along with the Magnet this morning.
Port Colborne, Oct. 31st - Down: scow Rockaway, Erie, Toronto, coal; schrs. Sea Bird, Cleveland, Hamilton, stone; St. Andrews, do., Toronto, coal; prop. St. Albans, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Two Brothers, Cleveland, Prescott, stone.
Up: schrs. Gold Hunter of Milford, Queen of the Lakes, props. Nashua and Armenia.
Vessels in harbour wind bound - schrs. Garibaldi of Hamilton, Lady Dufferin, Pandora, Gold Hunter, Bay Trader, Queen of the Lakes, Queen of the North, Jane Ralston, Paragon, Morning Light, D. Sharp, J. Pugsley, barques Fanny Campbell, Erie Belle, steam-barge Belle P. Cross and barges Lathrop, Crocker, Albany, props. Armenia, Nashua, Oswegatchie, Lowell, Lawrence.
Wind today from south-east, fresh, until noon, when it changed to southwest. It is now blowing a gale from that quarter, with snow and freezing. Very heavy sea outside.
The barque Arctic, which left Cleveland some ten hours ahead of the schooner St. Andrews, has not arrived yet.