p.2 Marine Notes
The harbour today is quiet and no arrivals of schooners are reported.
The Rochester left for Bay ports at 11 a.m. with ten tons of freight.
The schrs. Wave Crest, for Rudd's Quarry, Mary Ann for Gananoque, and W.W. Grant, for Napanee, sailed today.
The steamer Queen left Gananoque this morning on her first trip up the river. She will be hauled out at the Marine Railway for repairs.
Port Colborne, April 24th, 7 p.m. - Up - schrs. Watertown, Kingston, Toledo, ice; H. Rooney, passed up, feeder; prop. Nashua, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; prop. Granite State, Toledo, Chicago, gen. cargo.
Down - schr. Oriental, Port Colborne, Bay City, via feeder; prop. Maine, Toledo and Cleveland, Ogdensburg, corn and general cargo; steam barge Swallow, Port Hope, Mich., Ogdensburg, lumber; schr. Eliza Allan, Erie, Port Colborne, coal.
In Harbour - schooners Denmark, Sweden, Gaskin, Wm. Hunter, Jamaica, Russian, Shandon, Guiding Star, Annandale, Mystic Star, Wilcox, Farewell, Watertown, Rathbun, Hattie Howard, Pandora, Niagara, barque Cecilia, props. Nashua, Granite State, Tecumseh, Shickluna, Pittsburg and barges.
The tug Mary got the Montmorency and Montana out through the ice this morning and returned this afternoon with the schr. Eliza Allan.
The tug Hector with the Star of Mill Point and Morewood which left on Sunday afternoon, still in sight, but making some progress.
The tug Armstrong, with schrs. J.H. Breck and Rutherford left this afternoon, has made good progress so far.
The prop. Maine and steam barge Swallow, in sight all day yesterday, succeeded in getting in this afternoon, and gone on down the canal.
All the outbound steamers intend making an early start tomorrow morning. If wind and ice are favourable as today the sail vessels will also start.
The steamer Peerless, which sank at Brockville recently, has been raised.