p.2 The Rochester - There cannot be a more delightful trip than that from Kingston to Picton, or Belleville, by the fine steamer Rochester. The scenery is charming and cannot fail to delight those who have an appreciation of the beautiful in nature. The Rochester is fitted out with special regard to the comfort of her passengers. Captain Campbell and the officers of the boat are cautious and attentive to travellers. The table is well got up and abundantly supplied - not by any means an unimportant point. Indeed there is nothing wanting about the Rochester which a traveller would require. A first-class boat, attentive officers and a good table - what more is required?
Montreal Transportation Co. - The tug Glide arrived with the barges Toledo, Convoy and MacArthur.
James Swift & Co. - The steamer Passport up; Picton up; prop. America down; prop. Kincardine from Oswego; steam barge Kitty Friel from Rideau Canal; prop. Celtic; schr. Mary Foster, with 100 tons of grate coal, from Oswego; White Oak, from Fairhaven, with 427 tons of grate coal; schooner Carleton with a cargo of blacksmith's coal.
Holcomb & Stewart - schr. Mary R. Robertson, from Port Elgin, with 16,360 bush. wheat; schr. New Dominion, of Port Rowan, from Port Elgin, with 15,100 bush. wheat; schr. Clara White, Toronto, with 4,200 bush. peas.
Port Colborne, June 5th - Up: schr. M.J. Cummings, Rochester, Chicago, coal; L. Baker, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Nevada, Oswego, Chicago, coal; W.H. Oades, Fair Haven, Cleveland, coal; China of Detroit, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Wm. J. Preston, Oswego, Chicago, coal; City of Chicago, Port Colborne, Oconto, light; Fleetwing, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light; Sailor, do., do., do.; F.D. Baker, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Grace Murray, Alpha, J. Jewett, Toronto, Cleveland, light; barque Mary Merritt, Collins Bay, Bay City, light; Grace Whitney, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; Havana, Oswego, Chicago, coal; brig Cohen, Fair Haven, Chicago, coal; prop. City of Toledo, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo.
Down: schrs. Maize, Toledo, Ogdensburg, corn; Acacia, Cleveland, Kingston, coal; Starlight, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Mary, do.; Willie Keller, Port Huron, Oswego, lumber; A. Ford, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Alzora, Port Rice, Bridge, lumber; Niagara, Kincardine, Kingston; S.D. Hungerford, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; Queen of the North, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Telegraph, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; J.H. Breck, Toledo, Kingston, stone; Watchful, Vermillion, Toronto, stone; Memphis, Kingston, timber; Paragon, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Flying Scud; prop. Cleveland, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; brig Peerless, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal and stone.
At elevator - barque Lotus.
Large Propeller - The propeller Celtic, one of the largest on the lakes, drawing thirteen feet of water, touched at Swift's wharf this morning for coal. The Celtic is from Montreal, and is bound up with a load of pig iron.
The Watertown - The launch of a handsome vessel bearing the above name, of 600 tons burthen, took place at Chaumont on Wednesday afternoon. There were between 2,000 and 3,000 people present. She is full canal size, and is owned by Folger Bros., Copely and Enos. She was built by E. Bertrand.
p.3 A Launch - Port Hope, June 2nd - On Saturday last a large and very fine new schooner, called the Mary Ann Lydon, was launched at the yard of W. Youell & Co., Port Burwell, Mr. W.H. Hamilton, the junior member of the firm, superintended her construction. She has been built for Mr. John Lydon, of Port Hope, who is the sole owner, and will arrive here in a few days. She will be commanded by Capt. D. Casey. The schooner is one of the best launched from a Canadian yard this season, and is a credit to her builders. Her carrying capacity is 16,000 bushels, and she will be a valuable addition to the Port Hope fleet.
C.I. - 5th - Str. Water Lily, Cape Vincent, H. Harris, 25 bbls., 4 sacks flour.
Schr. Mary Foster, Oswego, J. Swift & Co., 97 tons coal.