p.2 Ashore - The schr. Mary Foster, with a cargo of 3,280 bushels of barley, from I.H. Radford, of Wolfe Island, went ashore in South Bay during the storm of Sunday last. The cargo is a total loss, but was insured in the Canadian Lloyds.
James Swift - The following boats called - str. Picton, from Belleville, and props. Persia, Celtic, and Acadia, from Montreal. The schr. Northumberland is unloading coal.
Holcomb & Stewart - The tug Wren arrived from Montreal with barges Lark, 200 tons steel rails; Swan, 100 tons coal; Mona, 4,500 bags salt, and Hawk, Snipe and Star No. 2, light. The Wren left yesterday afternoon with barge Jet, 20,000 bush. wheat; Eagle, 600 tons freight; Finch, 10,000 bush. wheat; schr. Fleur de Marie, 8,000 bush. wheat from Toronto, and 2 barges from Jones and Miller.
The schr. Richardson is loading grain for Oswego, at Richardson's dock.
Almost all the daily arrivals consist of scows, with wood, of which large quantities are arriving.
Port Colborne, Nov. 15th - Down - schr. Mont Blanc, Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, wheat; John Scheutte, do., Oswego, do.; prop. City of Toledo, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo.
Up - schr. Pandora, Port Robinson, Port Colborne, corn; prop. Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, gen. cargo; schr. Nevada, Oswego, Detroit, coal; steambarge Glasgow, Ogdensburg, Saginaw, light.
In harbour - schr. Niagara, Shandon, Pandora, Nevada, barge Hale, steambarge Glasgow, tug New Era, steambarge Wm. Cowie called for fuel.