p.2 Marine News
J. Swift's Wharf - Arrived - propellor Celtic, from Hamilton; strs. Algerian, from Hamilton; Cuba, from Montreal; Canada, from Montreal, City of Kingston, from Ottawa; schr. E.G. Benedict, from Oswego, 250 tons of blacksmith coal.
The harbour is not very busy, there being no arrivals to report. Forwarders are now working at the grain which arrived within the last few days.
Port Colborne, Oct. 21st - Up: propellor Nashua, Ogdensburg, Chicago, mdze.; schr. Mary, Kingston, Port Stanley, light; steambarge Tecumseh, Port Colborne, Chicago, do.; schrs. Light Guard, Ogdensburg, Buffalo, iron ore; A. Mulvey, Toronto, Cleveland, barley; barge Grimsby, Hamilton, Chicago, do.; schrs. Alpha, Toronto, Erie, do.; A. Foster, Kingston, Port Burwell, stone; Dauntless, Belleville, Port Stanley, railroad iron; Willie Keller, Ogdensburg, Erie, iron ore; steambarge Clinton, Oakville, Chicago, barley; schrs. Undine and Ella Murton.
Down: schr. Guiding Star, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; prop. City of Concord, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; City of St. Catharines, Detroit, Montreal, wheat; schr. J.E. Gilmore, Muskinggon, Ogdensburg, lumber; prop. City of Montreal, Chatham, Montreal, wheat; schr. Yankee Blade, Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, wheat.
In Harbour - schrs. Willie Keller, John Bredon, James Scott, A. Craig, M. Copley, G.B. Sloan, Alpha, O. Mitchell, Craftsman, Maggie, M.C. Cameron, Cecila, Cavalier, A. Mulvey, Dauntless, China, Mont Blanc, light; Guard, Mary, Prince Edward, L. Mary Guthrie, A. Foster, Undine, Ella Murton, steambarges Tecumseh and Robertson.
Up fleet wind bound.
Prop. Nashua left this morning. Steambarge Clinton with barge Grimsby and schr. Defiance in tow left this evening. Other vessels are expected to leave tonight.
Fine Fish - Mr. Vanorder has laid on our table a splendid salmon over 12 pounds weight caught at Pigeon Island Fishery. Mr. Vanorder has become the lesee of the fishery this season and will provide the Kingston market with this choice fish daily and at moderate prices. He received 250 fish today, and 200 yesterday, and will have a fresh supply daily at the Fish Market. This will be a great boon to the public.