p.2 Marine News
Vessels are still arriving with grain from the West, but they must shortly cease. This morning the weather is very rough, and a keen frosty wind blowing. Several more arrivals are expected before the ice takes.
Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - schr. W.J. Preston, Chicago, 16,450 bush. corn; Wanoria, Chicago, 21,312 bush. corn; Prince Alfred, Chicago, 19,670 bush. corn; Jennie Graham, Chicago, 22,308 bush. corn. These cargoes will all be stored here for the winter in barges.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamer Magnet arrived yesterday from Montreal to lay up for the season. The prop. Lake Erie arrived and after discharging her cargo will proceed to Hamilton to lay up. The schr. Centurion arrived from Oswego with about 200 tons coal.
The work of dismantling the Bavarian continues. She will remain here for the winter, and will be rebuilt.
Port Colborne, Nov. 22nd - Down: prop. Sovereign, Chicago, St. Catharines, wheat; schr. Dundee, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Augusta, Chicago, Port Dalhousie, wheat; Olive Branch, Detroit, Oswego, do.; Cortez, Milwaukee, do., do.; G.B. Sloan, do., do., do.; Surprise, Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, do.; June McLeod, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Hattie Wells, Chicago, Ogdensburg, corn; G.D. Norris, do., do., do.; Pride of America, Bear Creek, Clayton, timber; prop. Europe, Chicago, St. Catharines, wheat; schr. Eureka, Erie, Toronto, coal.
Went out today - prop. Maine, Nashua, Argyle, with schr. Laura in tow, steam-barge Wm. Cowie.
Tug Young Lion left for the wreck of J.G. McGrath at Long Point.
In harbour this p.m. - schrs. H.W. Hoag, Queen of the Lakes, S. Cook, C. Ames, Havana, Ellen Theresa, prop. Oswegatchie.
Insolvent Acts of 1864, 1865 and 1869
In the matter of George Chaffey & Brothers, Insolvents.
A Meeting of the creditors of the above estate will be held at the Office of Richard Thomas Walkem, in the City of Kingston, on Wednesday, the Tenth day of December next, at Ten o'clock A.M., to consider an offer made by John Chaffey to purchase the remaining assets of the old firm of George Chaffey & Brother, and to consider the matters relating to the winding up of the estate.
J.G. Macdonald, Assignee.
Dated at Kingston, this 20th day of November, A.D., 1873.