p.2 Marine Intelligence
Holcomb & Stewart - steam-barge Mary R. Robinson, from Port Elgin, wiht 16,000 bush. wheat.
Jones & Miller's wharf - barge Odessa, from Montreal, wiht 2,650 bags salt. The barge Beauport, after having landed the largest cargo which ever came up the River St. Lawrence, 530 tons railroad iron, arrived light this morning from Brockville.
Montreal Transportation Co. - barge Wm. 111, with 800 pieces flag stones, unloaded into barge Glyde.
James Swift & Co. - strs. Magnet up; Kincardine, from Belleville; prop. Lake Michigan, from Hamilton; str. Passport down; props. Arcadia, from Hamilton; Martin, from Montreal.
Port Colborne, June 25th - Up: prop. City of Toledo, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; Prussia, Montreal, Chicago, gen. cargo; schr. L. Andrews, Kingston, Chicago, salt; King Fisher, Oswego, Chicago, salt; Wm. Hunter, Fair Haven, Cleveland, coal; Monarch, Oswego, Erie, coal; St. Lawrence, Kingston, blank, light; steambarge Lincoln, Chicago, light; O. Mowat, Toronto, Chicago, light; Aye (sic - Ayr ?), Pt. Cress, Bay City, light; yacht A. Cuthbert, Cobourg, Detroit, Ina, Toronto, Detroit; schr. Marysburg, Cobourg, Ashtabula, iron ore; Trenton, Thorold, Cleveland, light; Canada, Kingston, blank, light; Lady McDonald, Kingston, Chicago, salt; Montblanc, Fair Haven, Chicago, coal; barge Lisgar, Kingston, Chicago, light; schr. Queen of the North, Toronto, Cleveland, light; barque Craftsman, schr. J.G. McGrath, Corsican.
Down: schr. G. Sherwood, Cleveland, Prescott, stone; prop. Scotia, Chicago, Montreal, wheat; schr. Samana, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Acacia, Cleveland, Kingston, coal; Comanche, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; John Dunn, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Atwater, do., do., do.; Louisa, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Marion Egan, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Wanderer, Cleveland, Prescott, stone; prop. Lowell, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Mullen, Toledo, Oswego, corn; New Dominion of Toronto, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; barque Arctic, do., do., do.; schr. Japan, Detroit, Kingston, wheat; Dundee, Toledo, Kingston, wheat; Wild Rover, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.
At elevator - steambarge Tecumseh; schr. City of Manitowoc.
In harbour - schr. Marysburg; barque Craftsman, schr. Ayr; barque St. Lawrence, Lady McDonald, Canada; schr. J.G. McGrath, Wm. Hunter, Montblanc; yachts Cuthbert and Ina.
ad - Steamer Maud - Cheap Afternoon & Evening Excursions - on the 1st and 4th of July. The steamer Maud will leave Kingston for Cape Vincent at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Fare 25 cents. Tickets can be procured at Folger & Hanley's office.