p.2 Yachting Notes - The Emma left last night for Belleville to take part in the regatta there today. The Laura is going down to Ogdensburg for the races tomorrow, and the Zitella will take part in the races at Cape Vincent tomorrow, the Emma also being expected to do so. At Cape Vincent tomorrow the small yachts will start at 2 p.m., and the large ones at 3 p.m.
Dominion Day - str. Rochester took excursionists from Bay ports to Alexandria Bay; Geneva took excursionists to Cape Vincent; the Maud brought a crowd from Sacketts Harbour and Henderson Harbour.
Yacht Race - A yacht race for the silver cup won by Mr. Strange's Zitella on the Queen's Birthday came off yesterday, the boats competing being the Zitella, Emma, Laura, and a boat from Sackett's Harbour. A flying start was effected at 12:35, the Zitella being the first to get under weigh, followed by the Emma and Laura. The course was from the Shoal Tower to Garden Island and back, thence to Garden Island, and thence up to Four Mile Point, and back to the Shoal Tower. The Zitella led all the way, and ultimately won the race by about two minutes, the Laura being out of the race after the first tack to Garden Island, and the American boat being about ten minutes behind the Emma. There was very little wind, and the race was not finished until nearly five o'clock. A scrub race for third class boats also took place at the same time, but we have not learned the result.
Excursions Tomorrow - for American Centennial - Maud to Ogdensburg; Oswego Belle and Rochester to Oswego.
p.3 Marine Notes
Holcomb & Stewart - Arrived - tug Wren, from Montreal, with barges Star No. 1, 650 steel rails; Martin, Snipe and Finch, light; prop. Ocean, from Montreal, loaded 650 steel rails and proceeded to Duluth; prop. Argyle, from Windsor, lightened 3,000 bush. corn and proceeded to Montreal.
J. Swift's - strs. Corsican, from Montreal; Algerian, from Hamilton; Spartan, from Montreal; props. Persia, from Montreal; Oswego Belle from Oswego; Kincardine from Belleville; Argyle from Windsor.
Montreal Transportation Company - schrs. Gold Hunter, from Toronto, 10,929 bush. wheat; Wayne, from Chicago, 22,990 bush. oats; Winslow, Toledo, 18,369 bush. oats; Lady Dufferin, Chicago, 20,713 bush. corn; Maggie Hunter, Toronto, 11,101 bush. wheat; M.C. Collins, Milwaukee, 15,063 bush. wheat; Brooklyn, Toledo, 29,670 bush. oats; tug Bronson arrived with barges Acadia, Duluth, Corn Crib and Wheatbin, light; tug Glide left for Montreal with barges Milwaukee, 20,426 bush. wheat; Dalhousie, 17,150 bush. wheat; Lancaster, 3,847 bush. corn and 12,042 bush. wheat; Glengarry, 5,276 bush. corn and 10,874 bush. wheat.
G.M. Millar & Co. - Arrived - brig Mechanic, from Muskegon, 20,000 feet deals; barge Rapid left for Montreal with 15,400 bush. oats and 20,000 feet deals.
Port Colborne, July 1st, 7 p.m. - Up - schrs. Southampton, Kingston, Sarnia, light; Smith & Post, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Flying Mist, Kingston, Chicago, light; Falmbeth, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Augusta, Kingston, Two Heart River, light; Star., do., Port Colborne, light; M.L. Breck, do., Alpena, do.; G.M. Neelon, do., Two Heart River, do.; M. Merritt, Collins' Bay, Cheboygan, do.; R. Moorewood, Toronto, Cleveland, do.; Surprise, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; Telegraph, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; Lyman Casey, Oswego, Toledo, coal; prop. City of Concord, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; Alma Munro, Montreal, Port Stanley, do.
Down - schrs. Emue, Cleveland, Kingston, coal; Sasco, Muskegon, Ogdensburg, lumber; prop. Columbia, Detroit, Montreal, gen. cargo; Argyle, Windsor, do., do.; Westford, Muskegon, Ogdensburg, lumber.
In Harbour - schrs. Telegraph, Russian, Cataract, R. Morewood, Star, prop. Alma Munro, schr. Barlow.
Port Colborne, July 2nd - 8 p.m., Arrived - schrs. H.M. Scove, Sligo, Samana, Montgomery, London, Geo. H. Houghton.
In Harbour - schrs. Cataract, Star, Russian, Bismarck.