p.2 Marine Intelligence
Holcomb & Stewart - schrs. Star and C. Gearing.
James Swift & Co. - The prop. America up; str. Picton up; prop. Kincardine from Oswego; str. Corinthian down; prop. Stanley and prop. Argyle up.
Montreal Transportation Co. - The schr. Sybilla, Toronto, 9,605 bush. wheat; La Salle, Chicago, 19,735 bush. wheat.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - Arrived: schr. Hercules, Port Hercules (sic), 10,442 bush. wheat; barge Mohawk left with 19,600 bush. wheat; barge Canada, 19,656 bush. wheat.
Port Colborne, June 12th - Down: prop. Alma Monroe, Milwaukee, Montreal, wheat; prop. City of Concord, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schrs. N.P. Downey, do., Belleville, coal; H.P. Murray, Bay City, Kingston, staves; Picton, Ashtabula, Hamilton, coal; steam-barge Swallow, Detroit, Ogdensburg, timber; schrs. Albatross, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Milan, Chicago, Prescott, wheat; Ironsides, do., Oswego, do.; barque Cavalier, Alpena, Collins Bay, timber; schrs. Mary Lyon, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Oriental, Sault Ste. Marie, Kingston, timber; Fanny Campbell, Bay City, do., do.; R. Gaskin, Two Heart, do., do.; Melrose, Chicago, do., corn; Mary Battle, A. Falconer, Bismarck and E.P. Dorr.
Up: prop. Cleveland, Ogdensburg to Chicago, general cargo; schr. Union Jack, Kingston to Bay City, light; Maize, Ogdensburg to Toledo, light; Wanderer, Toronto to blank, light; China of Hamilton, Kingston to Bay City, light; New Dominion of Picton, Kingston to blank; Huron, South Bay to blank; Ontario of Goderich, Kingston to blank; H.B. Moore, Oswego to Chicago, coal; Pandora, Toronto to Severn River, light; Sea Bird, Magara to Cleveland, light; L. Casey, Oswego to Toledo, coal; Telegraph, Oswego to Toledo, light; Queen of the North, Toronto to Ashtabula; Lillie Pratt, Cape Vincent to Buffalo, iron ore; Nassau, Oswego to Sheboygan, salt; Niagara, Kingston to blank; Northumberland, Toronto to Cleveland, light; F. Crawford, Ogdensburg to Muskegon, light; S.D. Hungerford, Oswego to Toledo, coal.
Six vessels wind bound.
p.3 Regatta - A meeting was held at the British American Hotel last night, for the purpose of taking steps for having a regatta on Dominion Day. The opinion seemed to prevail that if one were held, it would interfere seriously with the large regatta intended to be held in the fall, and as the subscriptions are limited to a certain number of gentlemen, it would be unfair to make too many calls upon their generosity. If there is a race at all therefore, it will be a small one.