p.2 Accident - Mr. Ira Breck of Garden Island met with an accident which might have been attended with serious results. On his passage home yesterday by the ferry boat he was sitting on the side of the vessel, which, as it approached the wharf, bumped against the schooner John A. Macdonald in consequence of which he was thrown into the water. Mr. Donnelly happened to be on hand and rescued him from what might have been a watery grave. We hope Mr. Breck will feel no inconvenience from his ducking.
The ice is gradually forming in the harbour, and most of the vessels are being laid up. Several propellers, however, have still to pass up the lake. The props. R.W. Standly, Lake Erie, Bristol and Dominion passed up to Hamilton, where they will lay up. The hull of the Bavarian has been towed up to the shipyard, and everything around the docks indicates the close of navigation.
Port Colborne, Nov. 27th - Down: tug Young Lion, Pt. Rowan, Toronto; steambarge Westford, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; prop. Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. J.R. Noyes, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Brooklyn, Chicago, Cape Vincent, corn and wheat; L.S. Hammond, Chicago, Cape Vincent, wheat; Blazing Star, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; prop. Maine, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Trinidad, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Rising Star, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Adirondac, Chicago, Ogdensburg, corn; Polly M. Rogers, Milwaukee, Cape Vincent, wheat; Mystic Star, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Hartford, Chicago, Oswego, wheat. All these vessels have started down the canal with prospect of getting through.
The schr. Anglo-Saxon, from Buffalo, ran in here and has laid up.
Port Colborne, Nov. 28th - Arrived last night: schrs. Masson and H.A. Richmond.
At elevator: barges Bolton and Ketchum with wheat from Chicago. Froze very hard after midnight. Wind this morning north-west, light. Weather milder. No stir made in canal yet this morning. The ice appears strong.