p.2 Marine Intelligence
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - steamer Corsican from Montreal; prop. R.W. Standly from Montreal; Lake Erie from Montreal; steamer Spartan from Hamilton; prop. Kincardine from Oswego; steamer Norseman from Rochester; str. Jessie McDonald, 165 tons of stove coal from Oswego.
Port Colborne, Sept. 4th - Down: schrs. John Mott, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; S. & J. Collier, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Pride of America, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Senator, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; brig Baltimore, Buffalo, Port Dalhousie, light; schrs. Sligo, Romney, Clayton, timber; McCammon, Chicago, Prescott, wheat; Taylor, Chicago, Oswego, corn and wheat; S.T. Atwater, do., do., corn; Mary Lyons, do., do., wheat; Picton, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; W.H. Oades, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; steambarge Abercorn, Detroit, do., do.; John Magee, Chicago, do., do.; Reindeer, do., Ogdensburg, corn; Mont Blanc, do., Ogdensburg, wheat; Duncan City, Duncan City, Oswego, lumber; prop. City of St. Catharines, Toledo, Montreal, corn.
Up: prop. Granite State, Ogdensburg, Toledo, gen. cargo; St. Albans, do., Chicago, do.; barge H.F. Church, do., Toledo, light; scow Juno, Thorold, Cleveland, do.; barque Alexander, Collinsby, Bay City, do.
At elevator - schrs. James Norris, Bolivia, and America.
A Regatta - Belleville is moving to get up a regatta this fall. Nothing, as far as we are aware, has yet been done in Kingston in that direction.