p.3 MARINE NOTES
The harbour is dull, and very little business is doing. The season seems to be drawing to a close, and not much more grain can be expected.
Montreal Transportation Co. - Arrived - schr. Mystic Star, from Chicago, with 17,083 bush. wheat.
J. Swift's Wharf - The only arrivals are props Lake Erie from Hamilton; Persia from Montreal, and Dromedary from Detroit.
The schr. B.W. Folger is loading iron ore at the harbour.
The schr. Mary Fox is loading barley at Messrs. Sill's warehouse for the American market.
Port Colborne, Oct. 16th - Up - schrs. Tumer (Turner ?) and Kellar, Charlotte, Toledo, salt; Samana, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Bolivia, do., Milwaukee, do.; Cortez, do., do., do.; Prince Edward, do., Owen Sound, do.; Charger, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; Montcalm, Oswego, Chicago, coal; Belle Sheridan, Charlotte, Erie, iron ore; L. Seaton.
Down - schr. D.W. McCall, Port Ryerse, Port Colborne, timber; prop. Dromedary, Detroit, Montreal, gen. cargo; schr. Jennie White, do., Ogdensburg, wheat; brig W.Y. Emery, Kingsville, Kingston, wheat; schr. R. Morewood, Detroit, Kingston, wheat; Belle Mitchel, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Gladstone, Detroit, Thorold, wheat.
In Harbour - schrs. Perry White, Belle Sheridan, L. Seaton, Charger, Prince Edward, M.C. Cameron, D.W. McCall. The schr. Prince Edward left this morning and had to run back this afternoon having carried away her foremast head and topmast.
Wind northwest, fresh.