p.2 Marine Notes
The tug Bronson left yesterday afternoon with the barge McCarthy for the Montreal Transportation Co., with 5,000 bush. wheat, 160 tons stone; and also barges Star No. 1 with 19,000 bush. wheat and peas; and Annie and Martin, with 700 tons coarse freight for Holcomb & Stewart.
The str. Water Lily sprang a leak in the Rideau Canal the other day, from coming in contact with the ice.
The prop. D.R. VanAllen called this morning at Gunn's wharf, and the Persia at Swift's wharf.
The tug John A. Macdonald was launched off the Marine Railway this morning, and the schooner Stafford was hauled out.
Owing to the mildness of the weather the work on the graving dock cannot be proceeded with, there being too much water. As soon as the ice forms with sufficient depth it will be gone on with.
Port Colborne, Nov. 19th - Down - schrs. L. Seaton, Toledo, Ogdensburg, corn; Knight Templar, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; E.P. Dorr, Toledo, Oswego, corn, flour and wheat; H.Y. Folger, Detroit, Ogdensburg, wheat; D. Lyons, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; Turner and Keller, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Wm. Hunter, Ashtabula, Port Colborne, coal; and Guiding Star.
Up - prop. City of New York, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo.
At elevator - schr. Lillie Pratt.
In Harbour - tug New Era, schrs. Elgin, Bay Trader, Lady Dufferin, and H. Dudley.
The following vessels have stripped to lay up for the winter: schr. Russian, barque Cecelia, schrs. Shandon and Niagara.