p.2 Marine Intelligence
James Swift & Co. - prop. Bristol down; prop. America down; prop. Lake Michigan down; str. Passport down; strs. Magnet and Corsican up; props. York, Scotia, City of Montreal and Persia up. U.S. steamer Ada coaled, tug Wren coaled; schr. Mary Foster unloaded 100 tons coal.
Holcomb & Stewart - prop. Allan Monroe, Milwaukee, lightened 2,900 bushels wheat; tug Wren arrived with four light barges from Montreal and departed with barges Star No. 1 with 20,400 bushels wheat, Eagle, 20,100 bushels wheat.
Montreal Transportation Co. - schr. Annandale, Hamilton, 8,819 bushels wheat; schr. Agnes Hope, Hamilton, 15,161 bush. wheat; tug Elfin leaves with barges Montreal, 16,963 bushels wheat; Colborne, 19,666 bush. corn; Lancaster, 16,900 bushels wheat; Glide arrived with Milwaukee, 250 tons bulk salt; Dalhousie, 300 tons salt; MacArthur, Convoy, Corn Crib, Utility, Wanda, Lorne 75 tons railroad iron for K. & P.R.R.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - Arrived: prop. Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 20,525 bush. wheat; schr. Eliza Quinlan, Newcastle, 4,690 bush. peas; schr. Flora Hope, Toronto, 6,400 bush. wheat; barges Tuscarora and D., light, from Montreal; barge Tiger, 1,180 bags course salt, from Montreal. The tug Chieftain departed with barges Carrier, 9,592 bush. wheat; Powerful, 19,000 bush. wheat; Victor, 12,875 bush. wheat, for Montreal.
The propeller York, while coming into the harbour yesterday, ran through a skiff belonging to Garden Island. By this stroke the York increased the shipping of Kingston, for it made two boats out of one.
Port Colborne, June 15th - Down: schr. Mary Battle, Devil River to Collins Bay, timber; Annie Falconer, Cleveland to Kingston, coal; Bismarck, Bay City to Kingston, timber; E.P. Dorr, Detroit to Oswego, wheat; J.S. Austin, Port Huron to Portland, hoops and timber; Three Bells, Toledo to Kingston, wheat; Atlantic, Chicago to Kingston, corn; Queen of the Lakes, Erie to Toronto, coal; Tecumseh, Kincardine to Kingston, wheat, salt and oats; Lady Dufferin, Toledo to Kingston, corn; Waubush, Sarnia to Kingston, timber; Dashing Wave, Chicago to Ogdensburg, corn; T.H. Oades, Toledo to Oswego, corn; Amoskeag, Chicago to Oswego, wheat; New Dominion of Toronto, Ashtabula to Toronto, coal; Duncan City, Duncan City to Oswego, lumber; barque London, Toledo to Kingston, timber; schr. J.G. McGrath, Bay City to Kingston, staves; Sweden, Two Heart River to Kingston, timber; Wm. Hunter, Detroit to Oswego, wheat; E.J. McVea, Chicago to St. Catharines, wheat; schr. Ayr.
Up: prop. Oswegatchie, Ogdensburg to Chicago, gen. cargo; schr. H.G. Cleveland, Ogdensburg to Cleveland, iron ore; Lillie Pratt, Cape Vincent to Buffalo, iron ore; S.D. Hungerford, Oswego to Toledo, coal; Nassau, Oswego to Sheboygan, salt; Niagara, Kingston to blank; Northumberland, F. Crawford, Ogdensburg to blank; Shandon, McDonald's Cove to Sheboygan, light; M. Stalker, Ogdensburg to Cleveland, light; B. Barwick, Kingston to Bay City, light; Mediterranean, Fair Haven to Chicago, coal; Paragon, Toronto to Ashtabula, light; E.H. Rutherford, Hamilton to Cleveland, light; Fellowcraft, Clayton to Parry Sound, light; C. Ames, Oswego to Chicago, salt; J.C. Jenkins, Fair Haven to Chicago, coal; Trenton, Thorold to Cleveland, light; Cambria, McDonald's Cove to Dresden, light; M.C. Upper.
In harbour - wind bound - barque Barwick, schr. Wanderer, Ontario of Goderich, Nassau, Niagara, China of Hamilton, Queen of the North, Fellowcraft, Rutherford, Union Jack, Huron, Jennie Mullen, F. Crawford, J.G. Jenkins, Cambria, Shandon, Trenton, Willie Keller, Mary P. Bennett, Peerless, M.C. Upper, Hubbard.
p.3 Napanee, June 15th - Mr. Cornelius Daly's large steam-dredge arrived this morning from Ogdensburg, N.Y., and has commenced working in our harbour. The dredge is in splendid order and is working finely. About three thousand dollars were granted by the Government last year, and a small amount by the corporation and private subscription, making in all about $5,000, which was expended between Napanee and the mouth of the river. A larger grant is expected this year, which will be expended to the best advantage, and enable vessels drawing eight and nine feet of water to pass in and out of the river without meeting with any obstructions. A decided improvement has been noticed in what has been expended in partly removing the sand bars, etc., which projects across the channel of the river. Mr. Daly, the contractor, is taking great pains in doing the work.