p.2 The yacht Countess of Dufferin is expected to arrive in Kingston on Sunday or Monday next, and will probably remain for a couple of days.
The harbour today is very dull, there being only one arrival of grain reported, although several vessels have left Chicago for Kingston. A rush may be expected within the next few days.
Holcomb & Stewart - The schooner Maggie Hunter arrived from Toronto wth 12,410 bush. wheat.
Jas. Swift's Wharf - Called - The Nile from the Rideau Canal, the Mary Ann from Ottawa, and the propeller America from Montreal.
The first shipment of deals for Liverpool is being discharged at Holcomb & Stewart's dock, the schr. Surprise having arrived with a cargo from Muskegon.
The new steamer Armenia was towed down to the shipyard from Portsmouth this morning to get her boiler put in. She is to be a fine looking boat when finished.
Port Colborne, June 1st, 7 p.m. - Up - schr. Sweepstakes, Toronto, blank, light; tug Matamara (sic - Metamora ?), Kingston, Grand Manitoulin Island, light; prop. Ocean, Montreal, Duluth, gen. cargo; St. Albans, Ogdensburg, Chicago, do.; schrs. Mary Lydia, Port Dalhousie, Kingston, light; Montauk, Charlotte, Chicago, coal.
Down - prop. City of Concord, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schrs. D. Freeman, Sandusky, Collinsby; Geo. Thurston, Perry Sound, St. Catharines, lumber; Shandon, Wyoskey Bay, Collinsby, timber; Anglo-Saxon, Sheboygan, do., do.; Ella Murton, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal.
In Harbour - schrs. Montauk, Russian, M. Lydia, barge G. Manley, tug Metamora, prop. Pittsburg and barges.
p.3 Toronto, June 2nd - The Countess of Dufferin left the harbour at an early hour this morning for Hamilton.